While monitoring elementary lunch this week, I witnessed two third graders in an all-outRock, Paper, Scissors showdown. Five times they flashed the same choice, each time with more animation at the prospect of losing.Read More
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A few weeks ago, a long-time Cornerstone student got a call at school from her grandmother and went into a panic. The door of the student's house had accidentally locked when her grandmother stepped outside to see her granddaughter head off to school. This left an active toddler unattended inside the house with all the adults stranded outside.Read More
Looking out into a sea of students whose stories are peppered with trauma and uncertainty, I shared about a peace from God which surpasses human understanding. In many ways, for our students, there is no greater gift.Read More
"Ms. Wright died last night," I said as clearly as I could, sitting in one of those tiny Kindergarten chairs with the Kindergarten and First grade sitting on the floor in front of me. My tears welling up, my voice cracking. I don't really remember much beyond their scrunched up wet faces as I followed my script. The room was filled with parents and other staff modeling that it was ok to cry.Read More