Alumni Update

Dear alumni,

It's Ceili time of year again! We know that some of you will be swamped at the moment with exams, but if you can make it on Sunday evening we would love to see as many of you as possible there. It's a great chance to catch up with old friends.

Also just around the corner is the Midwinter Festival. We now have a firmly established tradition of our alumni forming a panel of judges, and just to encourage you a little more, we will be throwing in a lunch of Kettleman's bagels to help you in your deliberations.

One more event for your diary is during March Break, when we will be painting pysanky eggs again. With 65 students to supervise, we really will need as many pairs of skilled hands as possible, plus we would love just to have any of you back in the school for the afternoon. I'll be in touch later with details.

God bless you all, and I pray that you are building well on the foundations laid at St. Tim's.

Dr. Small


From Miss Martin
Dear Alumni-
St. Tim's students tend to love stories. When you were a student here, you were presented with Bible stories, picture books, novels, historical narratives, and biographical sketches in the hopes that through these stories your attention would be drawn to wonderful things, and that through these stories you would learn something of what it means to live and love well.

The current students at St. Timothy's continue to be given daily feasts of stories, but they have, perhaps, a bit of an advantage over you in one way: they also have access to your stories. Older siblings and visiting alumni have stories to tell our current students about their time here. The littlest ones love hearing about your adventures and knowing what you loved as a student. They love seeing pictures of you in the hallway, and being impressed by how grown up you are now.

And the older students, while they might not smother you with hugs as you come through the door, are curious about your stories as well. It's helpful for them to hear what you struggled with during your time at St. Tim's, and what you might understand now that you didn't when you were a student here. As they move towards graduation, it's good for them to meet you and to know something about what you're doing now.

The staff are always grateful when alumni show up to help set up for events, but we are grateful too when you take the time to chat with the current students, telling stories that help them see their time here in new ways. We hope you are finding yourselves in the middle of good stories these days, and that you'll take a minute to share some old legend of your time at St. Timothy's with a student next time you visit.
  • Caleb Butcher is on a gap year, and is currently headed to India to volunteer in an orphanage.
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"Finally, brethren, whatever things are true, whatever things are noble, whatever things are just, whatever things are pure, whatever things are lovely, whatever things are of good report, if there is any virtue and if there is anything praiseworthy – meditate on these things. "
Philippians 4:8
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