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EMMANUEL ALUMNI

We want to hear from you!!! Alumni Roll Call, contact us here at Emmanuel Christian Academy 330-836-7182 & tell us what’s going on now! Also like our Alumni Page uploaded on Facebook, it’s been too long.

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Timeline PhotosBeginning July 23 at 6 p.m., citizens in all Ohio counties will be under a mandatory mask order while out in public.
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Masks must be worn at all times when:
➡️At an indoor location that’s not a residence.
➡️Outdoors, when unable to keep 6 feet social distance from those not in your household.
➡️When waiting for, riding, driving, or operating public transportation, such as a taxi, car service, or private rideshare.
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This order only requires those who are 10 years old or older to wear a mask. In addition, excluded groups include:
➡️Those with a medical condition or disability.
➡️Officiants at religious services.
➡️Those actively exercising or playing sports.
➡️Those actively involved in public safety.
➡️Those who are actively eating or drinking.
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4 weeks ago

Emmanuel Christian Academy
Throughout this summers STEAM Academy,  campers have had the privilege of growing their success tool chest through Emotional Intelligence lessons facilitated by Lisa A. McCraney, M.Ed, LPCC-S. 

This week campers practiced lessons of teamwork and self-control. 

Thank you Healing Hearts Counseling  & Consultation Services for lending your talents toward the growth of our eager learners.  @ Emmanuel Christian Academy

Throughout this summer's STEAM Academy, campers have had the privilege of growing their "success tool chest" through Emotional Intelligence lessons facilitated by Lisa A. McCraney, M.Ed, LPCC-S.

This week campers practiced lessons of teamwork and self-control.

Thank you Healing Hearts Counseling & Consultation Services for lending your talents toward the growth of our eager learners. @ Emmanuel Christian Academy
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1 month ago

Emmanuel Christian Academy
Our Middle School STEAM campers learned about Art and Agriculture while planting flowers in Emmanuel’s 5 Points Art Garden. 

Thank you to the Akron Fire Department who lent their toward this community beatification project. 

#ArtIsLove #ArtGarden #WeAreEmmanuel #STEAM #Community #Development 
 @ Emmanuel Christian Academy

Our Middle School STEAM campers learned about Art and Agriculture while planting flowers in Emmanuel’s 5 Points Art Garden.

Thank you to the Akron Fire Department who lent their toward this community beatification project.

#ArtIsLove #ArtGarden #WeAreEmmanuel #STEAM #Community #Development
@ Emmanuel Christian Academy
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1 month ago

Emmanuel Christian Academy
For the second year, this summer 2020 Emmanuel hosted the MY-STARS Enrichment Camp funded by the Summit County Department of Job and Family Services.  

After 5 weeks of camp, MY-STARS camp held its Culminating Celebration where campers showcased the work they’ve completed during the camp. Along with developing entrepreneurial endeavors, campers were charged with identifying a Recreational Desert in the Greater Akron community and developing ideas and ultimately proposals to redevelop and recreate their chosen area.  Aided by slide shows, 3D models, props and oration, the camps 3 teams presented their proposals before the camp and community leaders. 

Each team did a great deal of research to identity their areas and the needs therein. The winning team was Black Swan, instructed by Mr. Franshon Bickley and Emmanuel Alumni Miss. KyAsia Wililams, Black Swans proposal was to recreate the Joy Park Community Center and surrounding area to the ends of offering a fun safe space to the community to gather and receive enrichment saving youth from drug use, teen pregnancy, violence and crime. As a prize, the team was awards $1000 funded by Emmanuels Entrepreneurship Program. Congratulations to Black Swan on your victory as well as M.I.A and T.O.U.G.H for their efforts. 

Emmanuel student Jaidah Taylor was honored for her exceptional efforts throughout the camp, including those in entrepreneurship and philanthropy as the camps Summer Mogul. 
 
During the Culminating Celebration, campers received awards and presentations, including a proclamation from County Councilwoman Veronica Sims, who also served as a judge.

Thank you to our judges Judge David Hamilton, Verna Lee of The Candy Lady & Kids, Councilman Russell Neal Jr., Meg Pais Exec. VP of SIRVA, Kent Starks of Summit County Council and Vincent Suber, Educational Administrator.

For the second year, this summer 2020 Emmanuel hosted the MY-STARS Enrichment Camp funded by the Summit County Department of Job and Family Services.

After 5 weeks of camp, MY-STARS camp held its Culminating Celebration where campers showcased the work they’ve completed during the camp. Along with developing entrepreneurial endeavors, campers were charged with identifying a "Recreational Desert" in the Greater Akron community and developing ideas and ultimately proposals to redevelop and recreate their chosen area. Aided by slide shows, 3D models, props and oration, the camp's 3 teams presented their proposals before the camp and community leaders.

Each team did a great deal of research to identity their areas and the needs therein. The winning team was Black Swan, instructed by Mr. Franshon Bickley and Emmanuel Alumni Miss. Ky'Asia Wililams, Black Swan's proposal was to recreate the Joy Park Community Center and surrounding area to the ends of offering a fun safe space to the community to gather and receive enrichment saving youth from drug use, teen pregnancy, violence and crime. As a prize, the team was awards $1000 funded by Emmanuel's Entrepreneurship Program. Congratulations to Black Swan on your victory as well as M.I.A and T.O.U.G.H for their efforts.

Emmanuel student Jaidah Taylor was honored for her exceptional efforts throughout the camp, including those in entrepreneurship and philanthropy as the camp's Summer Mogul.

During the Culminating Celebration, campers received awards and presentations, including a proclamation from County Councilwoman Veronica Sims, who also served as a judge.

Thank you to our judges Judge David Hamilton, Verna Lee of The Candy Lady & Kids, Councilman Russell Neal Jr., Meg Pais Exec. VP of SIRVA, Kent Starks of Summit County Council and Vincent Suber, Educational Administrator.
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2 months ago

Emmanuel Christian Academy
Now until 4pm come out and support our MY-STARS Enrichment Camp 2nd Annual Community Market Day. 

Consumable and wearable goods as well as homemade personal cars items and more! Come get some useful good and support our young small business owners.  @ Emmanuel Christian Academy

Now until 4pm come out and support our MY-STARS Enrichment Camp 2nd Annual Community Market Day.

Consumable and wearable goods as well as homemade personal cars items and more! Come get some useful good and support our young small business owners. @ Emmanuel Christian Academy
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