I don’t know about you but my kids spend an alarming amount of time staring at a screen. Their screentime is spent mostly playing video games. With new crazes popping up daily whether it is a new map in Fortnite, or a legendary spawn on PokemonGo, either way a lot of time is devoted to gaming. When I was growing up on my nintendo an hour at a time was my limit and only on the weekends. I have witnessed my kids playing for over 4 hours straight so how much is too much when it comes to screen time. Read More »
Clubs are a part of WNA’s weekly activities. Every week middle schoolers get to go to a club they chose at the beginning of the quarter. New this year is boxing club a fun way to learn something new and stay in shape. Read More »
Sometimes the outcome of a storm is worse than we expected, some times it is better. I think that we have dodged some bullets on the weather storm front but life doesn’t always shape up that way. We mention the anxiety of storms and trials in our last post check it out if you haven’t had the chance yet. Tropical Storm Olivia brought some wind and rain but we felt it was safe to come back to school today.Read More »
With all the storms recently anxiety levels are high. Ohana is the sometimes over-used word for a family but there is more to it. Ohana is who you turn to in these times, the people you trust for comfort, understanding, and safety. We call ourselves an Ohana here at Windward Nazarene Academy and like any […]
Extra-Curricular is a term often used for activites after school. The current culture of busy is at an all time high, usually filled with Extra-Curricular activites. Some parents have it down to a science with no minute unaccounted for. As a parent this can all be intimidating and overwhelming so I asked some other parents how they tackle the monster known as extra-curricular activities.Read More »
As one of the authors of this blog, I get to see the inner workings of Windward Nazarene Academy. I am a former teacher, but now I get the chance to see the big picture. This article is titled Always Learning not only because I am always learning, but because the WNA staff has made a commitment to always be learning. Read More »
Windward Nazarene Academy exists to partner with parents to nurture the whole child spiritually, intellectually, socially and physically in a loving environment in accordance with God’s Word. As Part of that partnership we have started this blog. As a WNA Ohana, we hope you will join us as we go on this journey of growth together. We are excited to share testimony by parents and staff, educational tips, inspiration, and overall updates on the happenings at Windward Nazarene Academy.
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Start children off on the way they should go, and even
when they are old they will not turn from it.
— Proverbs 22:6