Hillcrest E-Connect 8/13/16

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Hillcrest Announces New Theme
Comets Step Into Virtue Laden Teaching
President Egge Gives View From Castle Window
Catch Up on Things Happening Around the Castle

School Theme Unveiled

This year the theme is FreeDone. After an hour discussing important aspects of the previous year, Hillcrest staff and instructors settled on the theme FreeDone in June. Hillcrest's creative team set about capturing the concept that salvation is found in Jesus Christ and it is wholly free. The theme verse from Galatians 5:1 reiterates a truth that staff want students to internalize this year. Namely that their salvation rests in Jesus Christ and it is already accomplished. Read more about the school theme here>>
Campus News

Staff Display Love

Throughout the summer Hillcrest staff have been praying over the student body. While many students will see their teachers care, Hillcrest staff make a strong impact on the lives of the students as well. Watch a quick video of a HIllcrest staff member who shared some of her love for the senior class last year. Watch the full video>>
Principal's Desk

So Much More

FreeDone is Hillcrest's theme this year. It is a concept the oozes out of the classroom where students hear a lot about freedom and grace. Hillcrest's classrooms have a lot to say about retaining freedom and teaching students the concepts that build a free people. The Principal's Desk is embarking on a 7 part series that will spell out how Hillcrest instructs students to retain freedom and live as redeemed people.  Read the first entry>>
Alumni News

Notes from Pres. Egge

Today, when I look up from my computer screen, I see waving evergreen branches, the steady Otter Tail River, and the deep blue sky dotted with puffy white clouds. What contrast for my eyes and spirit to look from one reality to the other. Which is most important, significant, and meaningful? Is it what I see on my monitor or see through my 2nd story office window? Read the Full Story>>

Comet Calendar

Band and Choir Retreat
Saturday, October 3 from 7-10pm is a band and choir retreat. A bonfire followed by team building will be held at the Jahr house.
Mall of America
Dorm students are going to the Mall of America on Sunday, October 4. For more info contact Craig Nersten (cnersten@ffhillcrest.org).
MEA Weekend
Thursday and Friday, October 15 and 16, is the Minnesota Educators Association weekend. There are no classes Thursday and Friday.
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