It may surprise you, but we have an assembly almost every week. Our assemblies are dynamic events, designed to help build school spirit and community. We celebrate our students, their accomplishments and talents. We learn together. We grieve together.
Assemblies are mainly student-led and usually comprise a time of devotions and worship as well as student presentations and performances. They often include the latest episode of The Pulse, our school's very own television show. At times, people and groups from outside the school community present and perform. Assemblies make use of the latest technology, taken care of by a technical crew of students (audio, stage management, lighting, and video) under the guidance of a production manager.
Assemblies are often cited by graduates as one of the highlights of their time at TDChristian.
Our homerooms are deliberately set up cross grade, meaning each homeroom contains a small group of students from grades 9, 10, 11, and 12. This allows students to get to know each other in a different context.
Homerooms meet on the first day of each week. It is a more intimate time for devotions, announcements, fun, and camaraderie.
The School Store, run efficiently and creatively by Mrs. Elaine Roorda, provides hot lunches, snacks, and beverages every school day.
The aim of the School Store is to provide quality items at reasonable prices.
There are also two vending machines for snacks.
Any profits are redirected to supporting service trips.
Marg's Coffee Club
Marg is our beloved school secretary and the unofficial "mom" of the school.
She started Marg's Coffee Club a few years ago.
Throughout the day, students stop by the office to buy toasted bagels, coffee, hot chocolate, tea, and usually even fresh baked (nut-free) cookies, squares and more.
Best of all, all of the profits from Marg's Coffee Club supports the school's annual service trip to Belize.
(Sorry, there is no UberEats delivery to classes just yet!)