Enrollment – Is There Something Wrong with Adventist Education

Lecture given for SDA Church in Canada Pastors meeting;

June 22, 2009

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Date: June 21st, 2009 | Categories: Presentations | By: | Comments: 2

2 Responses to Enrollment – Is There Something Wrong with Adventist Education

    Holley (Leen) Bryant

    Hi Larry!

    I’m not sure if you remember me, but you hired me in the Idaho conference for Boise Valley Adventist School in 2003 – you started my career, actually! They took a chance on a first year teacher!

    I’m in the Oregon Conference now, Principal at Hood View Junior Academy and I’ve found myself the chair of our Principal’s Committee (ELT=Educational Leadership Team). One of the topics that we definitely need to discuss is enrollment and I noticed that you have lots of information on that topic!

    We have two meetings coming up and I was wondering if you ever travel and present? ELT would cover your costs, of course. We have a retreat coming up soon (October 17-19) and another meeting in April. I know that you’ll be on the west coast for the Education Summit the 20th-23rd. This is such last minute notice, but would you be able and/or willing to come and share at our retreat? If not, would an April meeting work?

    If travel is not part of your job at this point, no worries. I just thought I’d ask!

    Hope all is well for you!


    Holley Bryant

    Hi Holley,

    Of course I remember you! Once in awhile we find great teachers and have the opportunity to hire them, that is what happened with Holley! It is great that you are in administration, I think you would be a natural. I am sorry that I am not available in October. I travel about 200 days a year and will be in southern California on those days. Please give me the April dates as soon as you can and I will try to get that on my schedule. I will cover my own travel expenses and look forward to seeing you soon.

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