May 11, 2022

Real-world Problem Solvers

By Janet Staal, Director of Nature-based/ Outdoor Education “Trust me, you’ll need these skills one day.” Do you remember hearing this phrase while you were in […]
January 25, 2022

Veggies for Your Yard

“Your veggies don’t have to ride on a truck to get to your mouth.” Grant, Jack and Cohen (4th Grade) Even with all this snow outside, […]
October 8, 2021

Growing God’s Creation Classroom: A Greenhouse Update

Look and see a forest, swamp, garden, mini meadow, and a learning landscape that was ripe for playscapes which it has.
April 2, 2021

Reflection on Spiritual Emphasis Week

We know that God used this week to move the hearts of our students and staff. Take a peek below at some of the activities students participated in this past week.
March 24, 2021

A Prayer for Our Asian Brothers & Sisters

Last week, our nation was shaken again by crimes against its people. Please take a moment to read and pray to our Lord and Savior as we continue our journey to the cross.
March 14, 2021

Growing God’s Creation Classroom: Educating Students Today

In addition to developing content skills in reading, writing, Bible, science, math, social studies, Spanish, art, and physical education, our students experience integrating their content skills while learning immersed in their outdoor classroom.
February 16, 2021

Growing God’s Creation Classroom: A History

Look and see a forest, swamp, garden, mini meadow, and a learning landscape that was ripe for playscapes which it has.
November 12, 2020

Everything You Need to Know About Educational Support Services

Top row (left to right): Sam Koeman, Taylor Klomp, Julie LouwerseBottom row (left to right): Mary Jo Nanninga, Kim Mast, Rachel Hendricks, Maria Bultsma, Kimberly Curtis, […]
October 5, 2020

7th Graders Share Their 6-Word Memoirs

by WSCS 7th Graders As a starting point for thinking about memoir writing in English class, our 7th grade students were asked to write six words […]