Preschool Update: Learning ABC’s and 123’s Remotely!

Back on March 2, Eastern Christian faculty members met for the first time to begin thinking about the possibility of a Coronavirus outbreak in our area and what that would mean for how we instruct our students. If I'm completely honest, I wondered if our administrators were being overly cautious. I thought to myself, "There…

Yearbook Writing Projects

With publishing schedules suddenly changed due to COVID-19, yearbook students utilized the same creativity, process management and journalistic skills to pursue and document projects of their choosing. Here are a few you may enjoy!   Through My Lens By Tara   Adding Years to My Dad Using Makeup By Rebecca   I Tried to Learn…

College & Career Webinar

If you missed the EC College and Career Webinar on April 1st, no worries!  We’ve got you covered. Below you can find the webinar recording, our EC College and Career Program Guide, as well as the presentation slides.  College & Career Program Guide Webinar presentation slides Webinar recording We were glad that while we could…

#ECRemoteLearning Teacher Feature: Liz Van Ryn, HS English Teacher

Liz Van Ryn is an English teacher at Eastern Christian High School. In this brief Interview, Liz talks about how remote learning is different- with pros and cons- than in-class learning, how social/emotional needs of students deserve extra attention in this context, and how Shakespeare's Hamlet is helping to fill a March Madness college basketball…

Wyckoff Campus Faculty: Core Values and #ECRemoteLearning

Thinking back to early March many may have not expected to be in the situation we are in right now. Watching the news and hearing about a devastating virus that was killing thousands seemed so far away. Students prayed for those impacted in countries such as China and Italy and early conversations started among students…

#ECRemoteLearning Teacher Feature: Kari Wilkins, P-8 Art Teacher

Kari Wilkins is the P-8 Art Teacher at Eastern Christian School. In this brief Interview, Kari talks about her transition from a studio teacher to a remote teacher, discusses tapping her inner Bob Ross while creating student videos, and how the EC Community can pray for her. Virtual Art Lessons   Remote Learning Student Art…

April Fool’s Gift: The Official EC Remote Learning/Working BINGO Card

Ordinarily, on April 1st every year, the EC Communications staff enjoys sharing a blog post that, in the spirit of "April Fools Day," turns out to be false. Here's a list of some examples from past years: That time we changed from Eagles to Beagles That time Tom Dykhouse won a phony award That time…

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