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January 2010
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January 5, 2010

Dear Midland Families,

Trudy Hoffman, Principal
  
     The beginning of a new decade can be a special time to reflect on the journey of the past and consider the possibilities of the future. At Midland Adventist Academy, that is exactly what we want to focus on as we begin this new decade, the future of our students, and the future of our school. I am inspired by the following thought penned by Ellen White where she writes, “As I see what the Lord has wrought, I am filled with astonishment, and with confidence in Christ as leader. We have nothing to fear for the future, except as we shall forget the way the Lord has led us, and His teaching in our past history.”--Life Sketches of Ellen G. White, p. 196

start quoteTrust in the Lord with all of 'my' heart, lean not on 'my own' understanding:  in all of 'my' ways acknowledge Him and He will make 'my' path straight. . end quote
-- Proverbs 3:5,6
     I believe that the success in the future of our students and our school is in remembering the many ways God has led Midland in the past and to claim the promise that He will continue to lead in the future. So many times I want to worry and fret about our school because I only see right now. That is when I remind myself that I serve a mighty God who not only sees the 'today', but knows exactly the path for tomorrow. 

     My challenge for myself this year is to not only claim the promise found in Proverbs 3:5-6 but live it as well. “Trust in the Lord with all of 'my' heart, lean not on 'my own' understanding:  in all of 'my' ways acknowledge Him and He will make 'my' path straight.”  In the world of education, we call this transfer of learning. It is one thing to know something, and another to apply it to our daily lives.

     I invite you to partner with me and the Midland staff as we begin the new year to “trust in the Lord with all of our hearts”, and to remember that Midland Adventist Academy has provided quality Christian education to this community for more than 40 years. He will continue to bless this ministry as He has promised in Jer. 29:11 “For I know the plans I have for you,...plans to give you a hope and a future.”

     Thank you, parents, for all of your support, prayers, and commitment to Midland Adventist Academy where we believe that shaping our youth today is shaping their tomorrow. 

     Below you will find our second quarter and first semester honor roll. Congratulations to all of these hard-working students. We also realize that there are some very hard-working students who are not on this list, and we would like to congratulate them as well. Midland has amazing students and we are proud of them all! Have a great second semester.

Sincerely,

Trudy Hoffman
Principal

1st Semester Honor Roll

PRINCIPAL’S SCHOLARS
3.90 – 4.00

Christopher Fairchild
Elizabeth Schlinsog
Shelby Seibold
Sarah Whitson
Melissa Willer
Robert Willer
Katherin Tucker
Victoria Williams

HIGH DISTINCTION
3.70 – 3.89

Mikey Archibe
Bryan Pope
Kirbi Yelorda
Hannah DeCamp





DISTINCTION
3.50 – 3.69

Danielle Archibeque
Annelise Perry
Andrea Reed
Landon Frishman












HONORS
3.00 – 3.49

Giovana Silva
Matthew Zacharias
Jacob Trana
Rebeka Pech Moguel
Nicholas Kanion
Jacob Prosser
Craig Christensen
Lindsey Maddux
Ronda Wallace
Braden Frishman
Zachari Frishman
Nayome Frishman
Jonathan Nolasco
Lisa Craig

 

2nd Quarter Honor Roll

PRINCIPAL’S SCHOLARS
3.90 – 4.00

Christopher Fairchild
Elizabeth Schlinsog
Shelby Seibold
Katherin Tucker
Sarah Whitson
Melissa Willer
Robert Willer
Victoria Williams
 
 
HIGH DISTINCTION
3.70 – 3.89

Bryan Pope
Kirbi Yelorda
Annelise Perry





 

DISTINCTION
3.50 – 3.69

Hannah DeCamp
Andrea Reed
Matthew Zacharias
Danielle Archibeque
Giovana Silva







 
HONORS
3.00 – 3.49

Jacob Prosser
Landon Frishman
Jacob Trana
Rebeka Pech Moguel
Zachari Frishman
Craig Christensen
Nicholas Kanion
Braden Frishman
Lindsey Maddux
Jonathan Nolasco
Ronda Wallace