Ian Vividor is a new Kindergarten student this year. His parents have sacrificed a lot for him to be here. Every day they drive one hour each direction! The family’s faith in Jesus and desire for Ian to be brought up in the instruction of the Lord are the reasons why they are willing to make such a sacrifice. Ian is overcoming the challenge of having English as his second language and is learning with leaps and bounds each day. Here is what he had to say about his experience thus far…
How has the school year been for you so far?
I have loved it. I want to go to school on Saturday.
Tell me about your teacher?
Mrs. Goubeaud is really nice. She is patient. She corrects everything we do.
What is your favorite thing to eat at lunch?
I always eat a sandwich, grapes, and apple juice.
What subject do you like learning about the most?
I like Math, English, and Gym but especially Math.
Do you go outside for recess?
I play on the playground. I like going down the slide as many times as I can.
What activities have you done in gym class?
We have played wiffle ball.
Do you remember a Bible verse you learned recently?
Romans15:5 “May the God who gives endurance and encouragement give you the same attitude of mind toward each other that Christ Jesus.”
(Ian was able to recite this verse word for word during Friday’s Daily Prayer in front of the entire school)
Tell me about your friends?
I like all the others in my class. (He goes on to name them all)
Along with Ian’s parents Alex and Idania Vividor, OSNAS thanks all who sacrifice for their children to have a Christ-centered education. There is nothing more important than passing on the message and joy of Jesus to the next generation!