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Easter Ideas for Families
Easter is around the corner! As a Christian school, Impact Christian Academy is already focused on Easter, but it is also important to take that conversation home. As we get closer Easter, parents and families may be wondering how to incorporate the lessons that Easter season provides into their students’ lives.
Discover the Benefits of Altruism, Athletics, and Arts at Impact Christian Academy
Discover the Benefits of Altruism, Athletics, and Arts at Impact Christian Academy At Impact Christian Academy we do school differently, here your child can receive an exceptional education and thrive in a supportive Christian environment. As a private Christian school in Jacksonville, Florida, we offer a unique approach to education that focuses on developing our students’ character, leadership, and God-given talents. We also never forget the most important part of Christendom, which is an extension of the heart of Christ. Here are our four reasons why your child belongs at Impact Christian Academy: Academics: Our highly trained teachers go above
Strategies for Helping Your Child Set and Accomplish Strong Academic and Personal Goals
As parents, we want the best for our children and that includes setting strong academic and personal goals for the new year. The start of a new year is the perfect time to reflect on the past and plan ahead for the future.
Settling into a Routine this School Year
As fall arrives, families start to take a deep breath and relax into the new school routine. Everyone has adjusted from the transition back to school. . As you settle into the new routine, make sure you keep consistent with the routines and rituals you’ve put into place. Now’s not the time to let it slide! In fact, now’s the time to reevaluate what’s working and adjust if needed.
Making This School Year the Best One Yet
August is officially upon us, and that means it’s time to break out the pencils, notebooks, and calculators. With school back in session, this exciting time is full of new possibilities for students.
Building Strong Confident Readers During the Summer Months
One concern that parents often have is that their child will fall behind academically during the summer months. That’s why it’s important to keep your child’s reading level advancing over the break. During summer parents tend to want to limit “screen time” for their kids. This doesn’t have to be time consuming or challenging, it can be a simple as carving out a small piece of the day to work on reading skills.