Heritage Herald Articles

Technology Class Robots

Mr. Munson’s technology class has enjoyed learning all about programming and design the last couple of months as they programmed and designed their very own robots! Thank you to Grantwood AEA, Iowa Stem and Code Joy for their help with…

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Operation G.O.O.D.

Each year our school participates in Operation G.O.O.D. (Giving of Ourselves Day).  It is Heritage Christian School’s opportunity to send students out into the community to serve others. During the month of April, HCS students collect sponsorships in the form…

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Introducing Mrs. Palmer, 1st Grade Teacher

Emma Palmer grew up in Paullina, Iowa until middle school when her family moved to Cedar Falls, Iowa. She graduated high school and headed to the University of Dubuque for her undergraduate degree. During her time there she enjoyed learning about other…

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Introducing Mrs. Kurtzhals, 3rd Grade Teacher

Jenna Kurtzhals is an only child and was raised in Saint Charles, Illinois. She graduated from Saint Charles East High School in 2018 and graduated from the University of Iowa this May, receiving a Bachelors in Elementary Education and endorsements in…

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Introducing Miss Maier, 2nd grade teacher

Annette grew up on their family farm in Alburnett, Iowa. She attended Mount Mercy University and graduated in 2006 with a degree in Elementary Education with an emphasis in early childhood, special education, and reading. She taught for 10 years (kindergarten,…

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Reflections from Head of School Scott Montgomery

As a former History teacher, I love to look back on the circumstances, documents, and events that have shaped our world, country, communities, and people. History majors at Stanford University are provided an overview of their course of study when…

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Help Is on The Way!

As most of you are aware, the Theme for this year at Heritage is Thrive (rooted in Romans 15:13). But, if I am honest, there are many times that rather than thrive, I am simply just trying to “survive”. (My…

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