2019 Summer In-service.
2019 South-Central Summer In-service
August 1, 2019
The Hope Center in Plano, TX
Attend a professional development opportunity at The Hope Center in Plano, Texas on August 1. Our two main speakers are Dr. Todd Marrah, superintendent of Tree of Life Christian Schools and president of Tree of Life Christian Ministries, Columbus, OH, and Dr. Milt Uecker, associate dean of the College of Education, Columbia International University, Columbia, SC. Dr. Marrah will present sessions for elementary and upper school teachers on the topic of spiritual formation. Dr. Uecker will follow the same theme geared for early educators.
Dr. Edward Bunn will present the Philosophy of Christian School Education course and Dr. Diane Bunker will lead a REACH 2019 Accreditation Training session.
Dr. Larry Taylor, headmaster of Prestonwood Christian Academy in Plano, TX, and the new president of ACSI will give the opening address.
The cost is $49 per person which includes lunch and one CEU in educational studies. Doors open at 8AM. Registration (check-in) begins at 8:30AM with in-service ending by 3:30PM.
The Hope Center
2001 West Plano Pkwy
Plano, TX 75075
We wish to announce that registration for the 2019 summer in-service has filled to capacity. You may contact the ACSI South-Central office at 972.941.4409 to inquire of cancellations or to be placed on a waiting list. Thank you!
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The American Christian schooling movement has deep roots and a rich history, and it continues to produce graduates who can transform our nation with their Christ-centered values. A few years ago Cardus, a Christian think tank headquartered in Ontario, Canada, sought to discover to what extent those graduates are making an impact.