As a parent, the topic of being a good parent is near and dear to my heart. It’s a topic I am constantly reading and studying about. I’d like to present some ideas I have gleaned on how we as parents can find a better way of loving--a way that is both biblical and down-to-earth. By practicing the principles discussed, I hope we can bring harmony to our homes and move toward the final goal of raising responsible, loving adults who also citizens of the kingdom of God.
Guam Adventist Academy’s Music Department is offering individual piano lessons during and after school hours. Students of all ages will enjoy learning music theory and how to play the piano! Whether you are a beginner or have previous musical experience, our lessons are catered to help you on the road to reach your musical dreams. We firmly believe that in order for students to reach their full potential, they need to be taught with an effective method that is also enjoyable.
The Guam Adventist Academy campus was aroused from its summer slumber with the sounds of people greeting, feet thumping, lockers slamming, and car doors banging. Students, teachers, and parents mingled in the lobby, office, and the hallways, saying, "Hello," "How are you," and "I missed you," and asking each other what they did for summer.
They started off with the annual icebreaker, “The Handshake,” in which all the students lined up and went around shaking people’s hands. Then, they separated into eight teams led by teachers and challenged other teams in eight different rounds. In one of the games, “Water Cup Relay,” the opposing teams lined up and quickly passed cups of water over their heads to fill a bucket with as much water as they could; the team with the most water in their bucket won. Another thrilling game played was “Pipeline,” which involved moving ping pong balls down different lengths of pipes.