January 27, 2024
8 am - 10 am
Grace Brethren Church
3455 Atlas Street
San Diego, CA 92111
All HCS dads are invited! Enjoy hot coffee, warm breakfast burritos, donuts, and the fellowship of other HCS dads.
Don't miss this opportunity to meet other HCS Dads and together intercede in prayer for our families and school.
This is a FREE event for HCS dads, but you must register by January 25, 2024. Logging into your HSL account required to register.
Congratulations to Darren Jones, Jake Womack, and Leo Acosta for winning the “HCS Men’s Golf Tournament” held March 25, 2023 at Admiral Baker Golf Course in San Diego.
Sponsored by the HCS Board, the golf tournament was a time of fellowship for HCS dads and a fundraiser for the HCS Tuition Relief Fund.
The Board will be planning some more casual men’s events in the future, including some "golf for fun” and prayer breakfasts.
For information about the qualifications and duties of Board members, please go to the member's password-protected area of the website, enter the passcode, and locate the Bylaws (under Documents).
The Board Nomination process can be summarized as follows: Members submit Board Nominations during a nomination period. Those nominations are then turned over to a Nomination Committee comprised of a former Board member, the Principal, and current or past members of our volunteer leadership team. Together, this committee meets with qualified nominees and then passes along their recommendations to the full Board. The Board will then proceed to interview potential candidates based on the committee’s recommendations.
The nomination process runs from February 1st through February 28th with the goal of completing the Nomination Committee meetings by March 11th and the Board interviews by the end of March.
Please send your nominations to HCSboard@hcssd.org. You do not need to confirm the interest of the nominee to submit their name (though you are certainly welcome to do so). The committee will reach out and let the nominee know they have been nominated and determine whether or not they want to proceed.
Your role as members is absolutely vital in this process. We are looking to you to bring forth men who you believe share our passion and vision for Heritage Christian School. We hope that you will take some time to think through at least one or two nominations. Self-nominations are also welcomed.
Together, Jake and Allissa have committed themselves to homeschooling their children. Both being products of public school, Allissa in Davison, MI and Jake in San Diego, CA, they recognize and understand the importance of parents taking on the responsibility of teaching their children. Allissa was a kindergarten teacher, but has since answered the Lord’s call for her to teach her own children and to ensure that they receive a Christ-centered education. They are starting their second year with Heritage Christian Schools.
Jake has been a credentialed English teacher for San Diego Unified for 14 years and has seen first hand the positives and negatives of public school. Jake is currently the Dean of Students at an A-Typical school within SDUSD, and he sees the role of the family being active in a student's education more important than ever before.
As a family, the Womack’s enjoy camping, swimming, traveling, Little League, golf, bike riding, and many other outdoor activities. They drive to Michigan every summer to spend quality time with Allissa’s family and they enjoy stopping throughout the country to explore exciting places. They are blessed to call San Diego their home and have gained lifelong friendships through their church and through Heritage Christian.
Mike is the Senior Pastor at Westminster Presbyterian Church in Escondido. He has a communications degree from Whitworth University and a Masters of Divinity from Fuller Seminary.
Mike and Sarah feel blessed by God to be able to homeschool and are so grateful for the Heritage services and community that has helped make home education not only possible for them, but a joy. They love being able to guide and build their sons up in faith, character, and academics at home and in the community of other Christ-centered homeschool families.