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How Canterbury Christian Students Change Their Behavior It wasn’t my finest hour.  Old school can also mean outdated. After serving in the US Navy, I went on to live in Japan where I stayed for nearly 20 years. During my time overseas America became very 
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Should We Teach Traditional Sports at Canterbury Christian School? I know professional sports. MLB, NFL, NBA, MLS I grew up in Cincinnati, Ohio. Cincinnati is home to Major League Baseball’s Cincinnati Reds, the oldest professional baseball team – 1876, and all-time hits leader, Pete Rose 
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Who enjoys Christmas break from school the most/least? The students or the teachers? I have been a teacher and a student over the years. From my experience, I can say with confidence that teachers enjoy breaks from school much more than students. In addition to 
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It would be terribly naive for anyone of any age to think they had no room for improvement. Obviously so? Sadly, the need to grow is not so clear to some. There are those who are inclined to think that what always was is the 
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If you are like me, you want your children to be completely pleasing to God, “with all thy heart, and with all thy soul, and with all thy mind, and with all thy strength.” (Mark 12:30) We work on increasing the giving of ALL of 
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What do the Greatest Generation, Gideon, Apostle Paul, Jesus and Canterbury Students have in Common? Greatest Generation Meets Canterbury Christian School Students My dad was among the Greatest Generation – those who came into adulthood during WWII. He grew up shoeless on a farm in 
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Chinese Wisdom Meets Japanese Meets Jewish Meets American In a previous newsletter (post if you are reading this online) I mentioned a Chinese proverb that has seeped into my thinking as I serve as physical education instructor for the children at Canterbury Christian School each 
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Canterbury Christian Parents Are Invited to Participate in Mileage Challenge, Too Wife Says to Husband My wife told me a while back, “You need to get in shape.” “Round is a shape,” I told her. She was not amused. Nor should she be. We don’t 
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Ancient Chinese wisdom and modern science are meeting Canterbury Christian traditions in Physical Education. When Traditions Meet History Canterbury Christian school has long traditions. The school was started in 1974. The Chinese have longer traditions. The Middle Kingdom began to form some 5,000 years ago 
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Greetings from the Dots! (Newsletter from our Phys Ed Teacher – Mr. Belew) The Dots are where Canterbury kids start out each Thursday afternoon for Physical Education Classes. The dots can be found around the corner from the 4th grade classroom. We’ve had a month 
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