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A Warm Warrior Welcome from the PTF Chair.

Dear Fellow Parents,

With great pleasure and enthusiasm, I warmly welcome each of you to the Parent-Teacher Fellowship (PTF) at Worthington Christian School (WC). As the PTF Chair, I am honored to embark on this journey alongside you in fostering a supportive and nurturing community dedicated to enhancing our students’ educational experience.

At WC, we believe in the power of collaboration between parents and teachers. The PTF is a vital bridge, bridging our parent and teacher communities’ diverse talents, perspectives, and experiences. Grounded in Christian principles, we are committed to upholding the values of love, compassion, and mutual respect.

Our mission is simple: to build strong parent-to-parent relationships and parent-to-teacher connections.

By working together, we aim to create an environment where every student feels valued, supported, and empowered to thrive academically, socially, and spiritually.

The PTF will organize various events, activities, and initiatives throughout the year to strengthen our school community and enrich our students’ educational journey. From parent workshops and teacher appreciation events to family fun nights and service projects, you will have plenty of opportunities to get involved and make a meaningful impact.

I encourage you to actively participate in the PTF and contribute your time, talents, and ideas.

Whether you can volunteer for a committee, attend a meeting, or lend a listening ear to fellow parents, your participation is invaluable and deeply appreciated. Make sure to check out all the volunteer opportunities. We want to hear from you if you want to champion a new initiative that aligns with our purpose.

I look forward to partnering with you in the days and months ahead as we work together to fulfill the mission of the Parent-Teacher Fellowship at Worthington Christian School.


Amanda Haines, Parent-Teacher Fellowship Chair

Amanda is pictured with her husband Kris and children Kolton (WC ’36), Karter (WC ’32), and Abigail (WC ’30).

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