Principal's Corner

Welcome to another school year

Ever and always, time marches inexorably forward. From the joys of harvest and bounty, to the stillness of winter cold, it marches on; through the beauty of growth and color, on to the adventure and liberty of summer fest, it marches on. Inevitably, the march arrives at the foot of a new year - a year of books and desks, of teachers and friends, of new experiences of both mind and body. Well, here we are ready to the excitement and routines of another, and yet, new school year 2018-2019.

This summer break has been a bit on the warm side, but whether you’re sad to see it end or eager for a change, we are pleased to welcome you to the new school year here at Laura E. Mason Christian Academy in Cheyenne, Wyoming.

This new school year brings a new and improved learning environment! We don’t want to ruin the surprise by going into detail, but we’re very excited to have our students – both new and returning – experience the changes for themselves. A warm and hearty thanks go out to the parents and other volunteers whose hard work over many hours helped make these improvements a reality. Your commitment to making our school a better place is a lesson and a gift to us all.

With appreciation, we also express our gratitude to our supporters in making possible for some students to receive a Christian education based on Bible principles and moral guidelines. In faith, I say, keep up the good work as our good Lord bless the work of our hands.

As ever, we cannot enter into a new compromise without first calling upon our greatest supporter, so we lift up our hearts and send a plea to our Creator. May His blessings fall upon our dear children, our dedicated teachers, and all our families.  May His guidance and protection lead our school into a bright new year, and may we give the best of ourselves to make this the best year yet!

The time is here, so to our new students, I say, welcome to our school and the next year of your life; may it be a year to remember. To those returning to us, I say, welcome home.

Nancy Arias

School Principal


 

"For wisdom is a defence, and money is a defence: but the excellency of knowledge is, that wisdom giveth life to them that have it.

Ecc: 7:12