Before I came to Weatherford Christian School I was at Midland Christian School, a very large, established school in west Texas. The superintendent is a man named Eddie Lee, and he has been there over thirty years. He is a good friend of mine and someone I admire tremendously. I don’t think I ever heard him get up and address a group of parents without thanking them for trusting the school with their children on a daily basis. That trust is valuable and imparts a high level of responsibility on the school to educate, train, and nurture the children. We take it very seriously and work hard to live up to it in every aspect of the educational process.
We value feedback. When parents give us positive feedback and tell us, in effect, that we were good stewards of that trust, it inspires us to continue to work hard to make WCS the best school it can be. We realize that constructive negative feedback can also be beneficial. If someone is disappointed in a certain area, we want to know about it and have the opportunity to address it and make it right. Either way, our response to feedback is to get better and strive for excellence so that we can glorify God in everything that we do.