HEAD OF SCHOOL MESSAGE: PARTNERING WITH PARENTS
Hayes highlights two parent-driven programs vital to the Worthington Christian experience
In his October message to the school, Dr. Hayes reminds us of Worthington Christian’s commitment to providing an education to students in partnership with their parents. WC parents have a variety of ways that they can engage with and be involved in the school community. In this video, Dr. Hayes highlights two key parent-driven programs that invite moms and dads into the life of the school and offer opportunities to foster friendships: Marmon Valley Weekends and DadLab.
Marmon Valley weekends have been enjoyed by WC parents and elementary students for over 25 years now. This year’s event saw record attendance. Any WC family who attended a Marmon Valley weekend in previous years is invited to a reunion hosted by Marmon Valley (watch their website for more details).
DadLab is a newer WC initiative aimed at connecting dads of students in Kindergarten through grade six. It is made up of father-focused, parent-strengthening small groups that meet to encourage each other as believers, fathers, and husbands.
Dr. Hayes also mentions a few important events happening in October, including the 2022 fall play “But Why Bump Off Barnaby?“, the Warrior Scramble, and the All-School Tailgate. See it all in the video below: