The Family Ministry Program helps families and staff understand Legacy’s mission as it relates to the partnership with parents. The parent-school partnership is evaluated to determine training needs and help parents live out Deuteronomy 6:7. Family Ministry supports parents’ efforts at passing along their faith and values by integrating spiritual and character instruction into academics and student activities, and ensuring that Legacy’s discipline policies encourage growth. A culture of Christ-like love is promoted to encourage a rich learning environment.
Monthly Bible Study Webinars for Tween Girls
First Tuesday of every month, 6:30pm CST.
These free, monthly Bible study webinars are crafted to meet your tween daughter exactly where she is with some of the toughest tween trials such as friendship, acceptance, entitlement, submission, and how to study the Bible.
Click here to register.
A Sacred Trust
Encouragement and wisdom for moms in your ministry to your children.
Bible Memory Resource
Seeds Family Worship offers CDs and downloads of Scripture set to music that the whole family will enjoy. A great resource for hiding God’s Word in your kids’ hearts.
This Month’s Events
See the bi-weekly parent email for details on these events.
Pride Parent Meetings – We’ll celebrate this year’s accomplishments and prepare for end of year!
ES Chapel – Students will worship together and learn about our character trait of the month.
HS Morning Pronouncements – Student-led worship and message every other Friday.
Character Trait of the Month: Respect
The word respect is a translation of the Greek word timēsate, meaning “honor or value.” It literally means “to place a great value or high price on something.” At Legacy, we have one rule: Respect. Respect God, Authorities, Others, Ourselves, and Property.
1 Peter 2:17, “Show proper respect to everyone, love the family of believers, fear God, honor the emperor.”
We know that to improve reading comprehension, we need to get kids to read more. The question is, HOW? First, find a topic they’re interested in. If your student likes sports, find a series with a sports theme. Second, let them read below their reading level occasionally so they can enjoy the fun of reading without it feeling like work. Again, find a series of books and let them relax and read!
(Mrs. Havemann, Middle School English Department Head & 6th Grade Teacher)
Visit www.spellingcity.com for spelling ideas.
Visit www.quizlet.com to practice vocabulary.
Visit www.khanacademy.org for instructional videos and practice activities for Kindergarten through Calculus.
Love is Lesson One
Resources for Elementary Co-teachers
Resources for Middle School Co-teachers
Resources for High School Co-teachers
Did you know that the word “teacher” means ‘one who brings out the best in the student?’ As parents, we are our children’s first and best teachers. – Cheri Fuller, Talkers, Watchers, and Doers
Other Resources & Training
For more information about these events, visit the RenWeb calendar or watch the weekly parent email.
Co-teacher Coaches – Veteran parent volunteers who answer new parent questions about summer preparation such as ordering uniforms and textbooks.
Family Ministry Reps – Dedicated to you, the co-teacher. Contact your Family Ministry Rep whenever you have questions about home days or Legacy events.
Dean of Family Ministry – Need help with your home days? Just need to talk with someone about co-teaching? The Dean of Family Ministry is available to meet with you to help, and also can refer you to a veteran co-teacher.
Ongoing Parent Training – Academic and parenting training is offered to equip parents.
Encouragement Groups – Meet regularly at the start of the school year to walk new parents through the co-teaching role.
Class Socials – A great way for students to get to know their classmates and for co-teachers to meet other class parents.
People Resources at Legacy – Refer to the Family Handbook or the Contact Us tab for a list of people to contact with specific questions.