Dear Parents, Staff & Friends,
How do I even begin to express my heartfelt gratitude to you for allowing me to represent our school as your superintendent for the past eight years? God has shown great favor for our school’s vision and mission, and I’m blessed to be a part of such a beautiful journey together. Cornerstone Christian Academy’s future is very bright with Sandra Yager at the helm as superintendent starting July 1st. She is God’s anointed leader and will take the school to even higher levels of spiritual and academic growth. A special thanks to our great teachers, staff, students and parents. I so love you all! I’m looking forward to being a part of the CCA Board and providing oversight with the fundraising and construction for our new K-12 & ECE campus. I will continue to work on campus, so I am thankful I will still see all of you on a regular basis!
In closing, please allow me the opportunity to share with you the most recent news regarding the capital campaign and other school updates…
• Our capital campaign goal is to raise $38 million to complete our K-12 campus. To date, we have pledges for nearly 30% of our goal.
• Covered play structure – This summer, we are beginning the construction of our 10,000 square foot covered playground.
• Traffic light – We are working with Clark County and WSDOT to construct a traffic light at 107th & Highway 503 by fall 2020.
• ECE Playgrounds – This summer, sun shades/weather protection will be installed
• Soccer field – The soccer field is completed including sideline seating. We are installing 20 foot safety nets on the north side to prevent balls from going over the fence.
• In our Freedom Plaza, we have installed over 400 bricks with another 100 scheduled to arrive this week. Freedom Plaza landscaping and irrigation has been donated to the school.
Please continue to pray that the Lord would direct our steps as we look for generous givers to help us with our capital campaign. We are so thankful for your prayers!
“Every time I think of you, I give thanks to my God.” – Philippians 1:3