To our Students, Parents, Families, and Community:

Psalm 46:1-2 King James Version (KJV)

1.God is our refuge and strength, a very present help in trouble.

Therefore will not we fear, though the earth be removed, and though the mountains be carried into the midst of the sea; 

I need to start by humbly expressing my thanks for the continued support from all ACA families.  

In times like these, it is especially important to remember God’s promise to be with us. He who made us and gave his own Son for the salvation of the world, will not leave his children in this time of need.

As a Christian School, God calls us to assist the well-being of our students, parents, and staff, making wise decisions to support the health of all. As a result, we have journeyed through of maze of paper, phone tag, computer programming, zoom meetings, hand sanitizing, physical distancing and limited celebrations for Graduation and end of year parties.

The guidelines placed before us at times seem harsh, unrealistic, and sometimes unnecessary.  However, because our school is part of a larger community, we seek to reduce all opportunities for the virus to spread.  We serve our neighbors globally and locally when we seek ways to help mitigate the impact of the virus. 

Even in times of social distancing, we can safely reach out in mercy and love. God is calling his people to be a blessing and, most importantly, to provide hope to those who are fearful.

There will be many inconveniences, challenges, and frustrations in times like these. God grant us a spirit to see these as avenues of service to others. 

Yours in Christ,

Mrs. Jo-Ann Panchuk