Our students’ hard work and dedication paid off as they presented a lovely church service last Saturday at the Stanley Seventh-day Adventist Church. They led the songs, presented a student-written skit, sang a special song, played the handbells and preached their very own sermons.
First and third graders play David and his sheep in an original skit co-written by fifth-seventh grade.
Goliath can’t believe David is serious.
David isn’t about to be intimidated by Goliath.
Pre-K and 1st grade play a hymn on the handbells.
A third-grader preaches about love.
Is this your child?
He’s developing an active and creative mind…She’s demonstrating a sense of understanding and compassion for others…They’re practicing courage to act on their beliefs…
Wouldn’t it be wonderful if you could depend on your children’s school to reinforce the values and critical thinking skills you are trying to teach them at home?
At Stanley Seventh-day Adventist School, we are committed to maintaining the kind of high expectations that promote academic excellence and self-disciplined behavior. We are dedicated to the creation of a positive learning environment where teachers and students practice respect, trust and support. We seek the total development of each child: spiritual, moral, intellectual, social, emotional and physical.
Your child’s journey to success has already started–and we would love to be a part of it. Give us a call today 540-778-3377 or 540-860-0707, or leave a comment here or in the form on the right of this page.
The students discover the attraction of negative and positive ions–but they had to sacrifice their hairdos in the name of science.
“My hair! It’s RUINED!”