Presbyterian Day School | News
Steps for Re-Enrollment for 2020-2021

Wed, Jan 1 in News

All PDS Families - Join Us for PDS Sunday at 2PC on Feb. 2

Wed, Jan 1 in News

The Life of A True Pacesetter: Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

Thu, Jan 1 in Strategic Parenting Blog

The Bold Adventurer - 7 Virtues of Manhood Breakfast - Friday, February 7

Fri, Jan 1 in Elementary News

The Premiere of "The Shield" — A Monthly News Show by Students

Fri, Jan 1 in News

After-School Adventures - Open for Registration!

Fri, Dec 12 in News

A Reminder of Our Inclement Weather Communications Procedures

Mon, Nov 11 in News

Student Directory App for Mobile Phones

Tue, Aug 8 in News

Birthday Book Club - Honor Your Son on His Birthday

Sat, Aug 8 in News

previous arrow
next arrow
Slider

 

This is the second article in a three part series on helping our children grow in wisdom, stature, and favor with God and man (Luke 2:52).

As we continue our series on growing to be like Jesus in wisdom, stature, and favor with God and man (Luke 2:52), this article focuses on what it means to grow in stature. You can find the introduction to this series here, and the article on wisdom here.

Quick—think of someone you admire. What four or five attributes do you admire about them?

Maybe you thought of their talents or skills—or even their strength or their intelligence. But it’s likely most of the things you thought of have to do with character.

We should think about our kids in a similar way. We want our kids to grow physically and develop skills in academics, arts, and sports, is that really what we want our kids to be known for? I think we want our children to be known for their character—for being brave or kind or wise.

Growing in stature means developing physically and developing a reputation. As a parent which part of growing in stature can you have the biggest impact on as you spend time with them and shape them? Certainly not height! And while you can have some impact on the skills your children develop, you can have a huge impact on the development of their character.

Last modified on October 1, 2019

Moms in Prayer - Begins September 25 [Update]

News Brannon Schroerlucke Monday, September 09, 2019 9:09 AM

Note

The first meeting date has been moved from September 11 to September 25.

The Moms in Prayer group meets on the 2nd and 4th Wednesday of each month in room B100 in the church building.

Join other PDS moms after carpool from 8:15am to 9:00am in praying for our boys, families, faculty, and school

The first meeting for the 2018-2019 school year will be on Wednesday, September 11th September 25.

For more information, contact Brannon Schroerlucke.


We all love having friends, but are we good at being friends?

Think back to your best friends when you were in elementary school or middle school. What do you remember about those friendships? Can you remember times when you really needed a friend and someone stood by you? Can you remember a time when a friend stood up for you when no one else did? What about the time that a friend stood up to you when you were doing the wrong thing?

Last modified on October 1, 2019

Need to lookup another parent’s phone number or email address? You can always do that via the website’s Student Directory, but there’s an even faster way to access this information on the go.


On theCalendar

22
Jan
Wednesday

22
Jan
Wednesday
B100 (Church)
8:15 am
Meets on 2nd and 4th Wednesdays. Join other moms in praying for our boys, families, faculty, and school.

23
Jan
Thursday

23
Jan
Thursday

27
Jan
Monday

27
Jan
Monday

27
Jan
Monday

30
Jan
Thursday
PDS boys share their musical talents. Singers, musicians, even full bands! More Info

Slider
Image not available
Image not available

Image not available

Image not available

Image not available

Slider