Administrator Workshop in Chattanooga, TN

Posted on August 2nd, 2013

Large GroupOn July 10 – 11, 2013, we hosted the principals, business managers, and school managers from each Renaissance School in Chattanooga, Tennessee. We had a great time meeting, playing games, going over information, and discussing how this Network of schools would work together as a whole.

The Renaissance Network’s mission is to build a network of world-class, influential Adventist schools that are transforming the landscape of Adventist education by adopting an effective management solution. During the administrator workshop, we discussed how we were going to work together to see this mission succeed. Some of the topics we reviewed included:

  • The 10 core standards of the Renaissance Network and how they affect the schools
  • Roles and responsibilities of all involved parties
  • School Enhancement Plans
  • Administrator and teacher evaluations
  • Business office functions and maintaining sound financials
  • Professional development for all faculty and staff
  • Communications and public relations
Dan Johnson

Dan Johnson, Madison Academy business manager, takes his turn in pictionary.

Principals and business managers were able to be apart of future planning and collaboration between the schools. This type of synergy has never been done before and we are excited about the prospective. Each administrator and school manager will be responsible to one another to see the school and the Renaissance Network succeed. They will do that by holding true to these core values:

  • Humility
  • Hope
  • Respect
  • Authenticity
  • Responsibility

With the 2013-2014 school year beginning, we pray that God will bless these schools, their faculty and the students. Our vision is to see “Adventist academies  par Excellence. In every way. Period.” and that can only be accomplished by letting God lead.

If you have more questions about the Renaissance Network or how you can be involved, please contact us at (423) 308-1855 or

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