Kettering College in Dayton, Ohio, recently donated $10,340 to the Good Neighbor House, a nonprofit organization that provides food pantry services, clothing, and household items to under-served individuals and families in the Greater Dayton Region. The money was raised during the seventh annual Spring into Health 5K, which had over 600 participants this year.
This summer I started the “SVA Parent Village” Facebook group to support and uplift our Shenandoah Valley Academy (SVA) students, parents, faculty and staff, and recently shared the following experience of how God’s tender care and leading provided the way for my twin sons to attend SVA.
Protein. P-r-o-t-e-i-n. Protein.” Eighth-grader Carina Ming from the John Nevins Andrews School (JNA) carefully spelled the word that ensured her spot as first-place winner of a Potomac tri-school spelling bee at JNA in Takoma Park, Md.
Loren Agrey recently joined Kettering College, located in Kettering, Ohio, as the dean for academic affairs. Agrey was previously the president of Asia-Pacific International University in Thailand. In 2005, Agrey graduated with a doctorate in education from the University of Alberta.
Kettering College’s Campus Corner logo received two awards this year; one from the Healthcare Advertising Awards where they were recognized for a Gold award and a second at the Hermes Award ceremonies where they received a bronze Addy.
At the beginning of the 2014-15 school year, Chaplain Luis Camps challenged every faculty and staff member to choose one student to help develop a personal relationship with Christ. The staff took the challenge to heart, and the Lord answered their prayers during the spring semester.