FCC Staff Blog


Posted by Susan Ridgway on

Anna and I had a great conversation this morning.  We were talking about a new song that we will be introducing soon called "New Wine".  I asked her if she liked the song.  She said she loved it.  I smiled and said, "Ok.  What is the song about."  She thought for a...

Girls & Dads Date Night

Posted by Daniel Acton on

Girls & Dads Date Night is March 22nd. Daniel and Brooks want to tell you a little about what it is, how to sign up, and what you need to do. It is going to be an amazing night that you will not want to miss.  

Broken Stones and Hallelujah

Posted by Susan Ridgway on

When my son Josiah was little he was infatuated with stones.  He would pick them up everywhere and put them in his pockets.  He would run up to me and say, "Mom, look at this one!"  I would nod dutifully and act surprised at each "treasure" he found. For him, these were priceless...

Never Stop Learning

Posted by Brooks Wachs on

Reading is one of my favorite things to do. This past year I set a goal of reading a book a week. Well I reached that goal and decided to keep going with reading a total of 80 books in 2018. One of the questions I have often get is what was my favorite? That is a tough question to answer, but in...

January's Parent Resource!

Posted by Daniel Acton on

Hey everyone! I'm excited to share this month's parent resource with you all this week because I believe it is a practical guide for parents (and grandparents alike) of something that may seem mysterious to many. Today, more and more students are using the social media platform SnapChat and it...

Giving Of A Gift

Posted by Brooks Wachs on

It is the Christmas Season...the word gift consumes us during this time of year so often. Instead of thinking about what gift you will receive or want, what if you started to think about how this Christmas Season you could give something that might impact someone's life more than you can ever...

December's Parent Resource!

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Hello again! Daniel Acton here with this month's parent resource! This month, we are going to take a look at an article walking through the day in the life of a middle school student in 2008 and in 2018.  This is a powerful post that accurately depicts how the life of the average student...