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THE BIG PICTURE
Good communication is always at the top of my to-do list. Besides knowing what is going on at your child's school, it wouldn't hurt to have a little inspiration, vision, and direction to go with the myriad of calendar notices and deadlines.
 
As a new WCA parent this year myself, I understand some of the "scratch your head" moments where you wonder why certain decisions are made. I am looking forward to putting my experience running schools to use as we clarify the "why" behind what we do here.
 
With that in mind, you may begin to hear some new ways to describe who we are as a school and what we're here for. I look forward to unpacking this new messaging in the weeks to come. I want to communicate it clearly and repeat it often.
 
This will only work if someone is listening. So I ask you read my messages I will be sending out in this format every other week. Come and participate in the weekly face-to-face Coffee Chats I will be having on each campus (details below.) Stay in touch. Ask questions. Tell others about all the great things happening at Westminster Christian Academy.
 
By staying informed through these avenues, you will understand WHY we are using phrases like, "At Westminster Christian Academy, it will not always be easy, but it will be worth it." Or, "Superior Education. Transformative Opportunities. Biblical Foundation."
 
Through these and other messages that I look forward to expounding upon in future issues of "Embrace the Difference" and live Coffee Chats, I hope that you will not only understand what is happening at WCA but also why it's happening; you might even be inspired to tell others about it as we continue toward fulfilling our mission to prepare students and affect culture.

P.S. Here's a sneak peek of the new messaging we will be unpacking!
 

Mr. Scott Davis
Head of School
Westminster Christian Academy
sdavis@wcala.org

"A man who has lived in many places is not likely to be deceived by the local errors of his native village: the scholar has lived in many times and is therefore in some degree immune from the great cataract of nonsense that pours from the press and the microphone of his own age."  - C.S. Lewis The Weight of Glory