These little ones learned about winter animal adaptations such as migration and hibernation. They also participated in several fun activities...
Heritage News & Stories
Heritage is always buzzing with news and we hear so many stories of how God is using this school to impact the lives of everyone on campus. Check out some of those stories below.
Katie is a permanent substitute teacher in Prep-K through 6th grade. Katie grew up spending a lot of time in a school setting–and at Heritage. Her mom, Sharon Rager, was an HCS elementary teacher for many years, and Katie attended HCS for most of her schooling.
Today is Racial Reconciliation Day. High School History teacher, Mr. Ambrose taught a lesson that we expect will have a lasting impact on his students.
Ashley primarily works with first graders and loves getting to do fun crafts and play soccer with them. Her favorite part of working with students is watching them learn something new for the first time.
Congratulations to the 7th/8th grade girls fall basketball team! They are the IYBL Fall League division and tournament champions for their age group!
Betsy volunteers with Bentley’s Buddies and Friends where students with reading needs can come read to dogs to become better readers. Before COVID, Betsy often took her therapy dog, Miles, to schools and hospitals.
“I love how uninhibited and creative young kids are when it comes to creating art. I love seeing how students take an art project and add their own unique features and interpretation.”
Joy is excited to be part of the Heritage community and to watch her students learn how to read more independently. She most loves when they ask genuine, thoughtful questions.
Check out this recap video of our little ones enjoying the week before Christmas break.
Sharie has loved getting back into teaching. She has a heart for working with teenagers and she most loves seeing them grow, academically and spiritually.