Clinton Christian School - Echo Yearbook (Goshen, IN)

 - Class of 1969

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B O A R D O F D I R E C T O R S " he Boar- " cf " ir ' -ctors c- " ' . " -!-— . 2 Tv .? . " -.er.bero. The " are: Perry Yoder, Chairman; ertcri ( irperi- i, Vice-Chairmsn; hiarry Vierich, Secretary; Stanley Schrock, Treasurer; l-ielvir. " iontrater. Alpha Mller; Elir er D. Killer. Th " school board enjoys to - ' or ' -: i. ' ith the school in making many --pifhty decisions for +he benefit of thi school. An organ- ization cf this type needs responsible oersons in order to r.ake it a .■-■jc " ' ess. " " len problens arise the board use the best knov:- ledf in order to proncte the school. Throuj h the years the Lord has blessed us botii financially and spiritually. " 2 thank the Lord very mucn lor w ' ;-t no has don for us in t ' .e ;;ar:l fin! trust that ' ne -.. ' ill ■;cntiaiie to lerd u.s. Heri.iaa r;o-;trarcr Kichari; Bontra;-er Jerr " .iontrafv.r A D M I N I S T R A T I O N ► - ' ' P.T.A. Verton Cinperich, 3oard representative Lloyd Sontrafer, Chairman i ernon D. Bontraper, Vice Chairman Ora ;tostetler, Secretary-Treasurer David rt. I-Aller, Faculty Representative

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PRINCIPAL ' S MESSAGE The 1968-69 school term coulH xvell be considered The Year The Lord Provided o He has provided in the past for the Clinton Christian School, but the advancements made possible for this term, were miracu- I0USI7 provided for» It, The Clinton Community School was leased from the Fairfield School District by the Clinton Christian School Association; not only does this provide a wonderful campus for our six- grade elementary- department, but the lease price was so reasonable, it came almost as a giftt, The over crowded condition for elementary and high-school has been corrected o 2, Each teacher is responsible for only one grade level with the exception of one , This is a significant step in the direction of aca- demic improvemento 3o The shop program has been stepped up considerablyo The new rooms formerly occupied by Junior High were converted into shop facilitieSo Thanks to the PoToOo who purchased shop equipment consisting of tab].e saw, jointer, sander, and drill press and other small tools. The improved shop program has stimulated a nev; enthusiasm among the shop studentSo ho The modem kitchen at the Clinton Community School was used as a Home Ec class-roomo The students spent their first semester in learning improved cooking ideas „ The second semester will be spent with sewing projectSo Patrons are urging an expansion of this programs 5o The science department is stepped up i-rith a new science labo The lab is significantly complete and designed to accomodate very amply, and yet to cost only a fraction of most science labSo Chemistry and psychology are offered this year for the first time. 60 This year more teachers were available than were needed. Six- teen full, and part tine teachers are responsible for the staffing of GoCoSo The Lord has given us sixteen fine teacherso 7o ' ' fe have a student hand-book which is the result of the work of five teachers who spent two weeks of the summer workshop, under the federal curriculum -study program considering our own needs as well as the hand books of a number of other schools o 8„ GoCoSo is using a decending tuition scale for the first timeo The main feature is that larger families are not eliminated from the school because the wage earnings and student number do not corresponds God be praised for His blessings and provisions„ May C,CoS„ continue to be obedient, to His words „ J M y



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COUNSELOR ' S MESSAGE FOliR DIMENSIONAL DEVl!L0Pr4ENT AA B r.Ka.-j ' i ' H KAi ' i ' H Relate Recall RatloniD-ize Recoryftruct S R |ICE Crea .vity o ' s The -diagram above illustrates the four-dimensional development which confronts the three institutions which are charged with the responsibility of meeting the " -JHOLE need of the child. The four dimensions are so interralated that each must develop proportionally, else the child develops abnormally. To a counselor in a Christian school, the spiritual dimension is basic and its development is imperative, else the others are in vain„ " Fear not him that id.ll destroy the body, but rather him that will destroy the soul, " " ' " Jhat shall it profit a man if he shall gain the whole world and lose his own soulo "

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