We’ve been working around the clock to make some pretty amazing improvements to the facilities here at Sinai Christian Academy. And we’re just getting started! But all of these improvements haven’t been made on our own. We’ve had help from some very special people. They have truly been a blessing! Take a couple of minutes to see some of the awesome work that’s been accomplished so far.
As we all know, teachers are one of the most valuable resources we have for our children. We should feel fortunate as believers in Jesus Christ to have dedicated teachers who provide children with a quality education based upon Christian doctrine. Did you know that each year teachers dip into their own pockets and spend on average $600 to purchase items and supplies for their class? It’s true, teachers not only spend long hours ensuring that each child succeeds, but they also spend their own money to add activities or supplies to aid in their class’ learning.
Sinai Christian Academy’s Adopt-A-Classroom program make parents/guardians and other committed believers partners in support of student learning by providing an avenue to donate money or resources to specific classrooms, departments, or areas throughout the building. Teachers and administrators will be able to use 100% of the donated funds to purchase supplies and equipment as specified to help make the 2016/2017 school year one of the best years yet.
For supporters interested in working with us towards increasing the beautification of Sinai Christian Academy, we are excited to announce the Adopt-A-Wall campaign this year. We want our school to be a very warm and inviting environment filled with beautiful painted biblical and educational wall murals in each classroom and throughout the entire building. For this campaign, we invite all supporters to adopt a designated wall to be painted by a local artist who does incredible work (please see the amazing examples). We will give special recognition to every supporter or organization by having the artist inscribe each donor or organization’s name in tribute on their chosen wall or classroom.