This month the Pennsylvania Conference education team is saying good-bye as Toni Wlasniewski, a teacher at Reading Junior Academy, and Machelle Williams, head teacher for the Pocono Adventist Christian School, Stroudsburg, Pa., are both retiring from education.
Earlier this year, Allegheny East Conference's Pine Forge Academy incorporated life enrichment clubs into their curriculum. Students joined clubs, such as Coding, Genealogy, Media, Chess, Crotchet, Poetry, Art and Debate, that met for 50 minutes twice a month.
One of Takoma Academy’s (TA) missions is to lead young people to Jesus by helping students maintain a strong spiritual life. This was no challenge for new hire Leah Burgess, who was welcomed to the Tiger family late last year.
Charis McRoy, a junior at Chesapeake Conference's Spencerville Adventist Academy, learned how to loom knit hats from a family friend. After making hats for each of her family members, McRoy wondered how she could use this newfound hobby to serve others.
Kristi Barnes and Mari Dortch, the Class of 2020 valedictorian and salutatorian, respectively, for Potomac Conference's Takoma Academy (TA), were recently interviewed on their experiences and memories at TA and what the future holds for them.
Earlier this year, 20 Highland View Academy (HVA) juniors and seniors joined more than 100 academy students from across the Chesapeake Conference to participate in the second annual Capital Model United Nations (Model UN), held at Washington Adventist University in Takoma Park, Md.