We’ve all been there. The days are growing shorter, the weather is getting colder, and the world itself begins to feel sleepier. Thus, trudging to school and being forced to think can feel like more and more of a chore to your student.
The days seem to pass by slower and slower and your little one is getting harder and harder to wake up in the mornings. The advent season can sometimes cause this state of sluggishness as our students begin to experience the burnout common at the end of the semester.
As the weather turns colder and stores begin lining their windows with all sorts of holiday decorations, it is quite easy to get caught up in the pomp and circumstance surrounding the holiday season. However, we as Christians must remember the true meaning of the Advent season and what it means for us as individual believers, as well as for us as families.
Below, we’ve compiled a few creative ways for families to celebrate Advent together.
North Carolina is a beautiful state, no matter the season. However, there is something appealing about being in the mountainous western area during autumn. With fall just arriving, we can start to see the leaves changing and the cooler weather coming.
Whether you are one who loves being adventurous in nature, gazing upon the magnificent mountains, trekking through caves and caverns or one who loves to sit down to enjoy pumpkin or apple treats, there is something for every member of your family here in western North Carolina.
When you take a moment to consider whether to send your child to private school or not, there are probably many questions that come to mind, as well as media-driven stereotypes.
Maybe you have tried public school and notice that your child is struggling, whether academically, socially, or spiritually. Maybe you and your child are transitioning into Kindergarten, Middle School, or High School, and you desire to provide the best learning environment you can for your growing student. Maybe you’ve run across this blog by accident and it has ignited a newfound interest.
Whatever your journey to this point, just know that we understand that this is an important decision! Therefore, we are here to help provide some answers to those questions.