Hello, my name is Lori Eggert. I am so excited about this school year! What an honor and privilege it is to teach at CHCS! God has blessed me with the opportunity to teach Kindergarten this year. I attended the University of Akron and received my Bachelor's Degree in Elementary Education. I also attended Kent State University and received my Master's Degree in Evaluation & Measurement. In the midst of getting my education, I married my husband, Bart. We have a sweet, loveable dog named Scarlet who keeps us busy. It is such a blessing to be able to share my faith with my students and teach them how to love the Lord God with their heart, soul, and mind! I absolutely love teaching Kindergarten! Kindergarteners are so excited about learning! They soak up everything like little sponges. Kindergarten is extremely important because it is the foundation of their education. I want my students to be excited and to love learning. This will set the tone for how students feel about school for their remaining educational years. It is amazing to witness the different ways they learn throughout the year. It is also very exciting to see how much they have grown socially and academically by the end of the school year. I hope you will see my love for your child and my desire to help him/her grow this year spiritually, academically, and socially. It will be such a blessing to see where the Lord will take our class this year! What's Special About Kindergarten? Students arrive with a vital and open creativity and imagination. With this in mind, students, due to trust in their instructor, are remarkably available to learning, and thus, make great strides in their knowledge base, which makes them a joy to teach. It is simply astonishing to be present as these children engage their initial experiences with independence and confidence building. Major Events for This Year
- Field trips to the Pumpkin Patch, Nature Realm, Farm at Walnut Creek and a few others.
- Thanksgiving Feast
- Happy Birthday Jesus Celebration
- 100th Day Celebration
- Dr. Seuss Day
- Community Outreach Project