Published : Wednesday, December 21, 2016 | 3:30 PM
Special guests Faith Rumer and Lou Nicolaides of Light Keeper recently spread peaceful music and mediation during an all-school morning chapel to get neighboring Barnhart students off to a great start for their week!
Earlier in the school year, The Santa Anita Church celebrated the United Nations’ International Day of Peace by hosting a community event where San Gabriel Valley representatives of all faiths shared their religious beliefs and celebrated together as one. During the day, Barnhart students celebrated the special day by ringing a bell every 15 minutes to welcome in peace.
Located in Arcadia, California, The Santa Anita Church is a New Thought community. New Thought is an umbrella designation for churches whose common thread is that a person’s individual consciousness has a powerful creative influence on their experience of the outside world. For more information on this non-denominational organization, please visit santaanitachurch.org.
Barnhart offers a private K-8 education. Distinguishing programs of Barnhart include Spanish, Art and Music at all grade levels, daily physical education, the Virtues Project™ character development program, the creative writing program (Lucy Calkins’ Writer’s Workshop), a choral group, and an on-site harvest garden. The school has an early literacy emphasis, a 1:1 technology ratio and an average 12:1 student-teacher ratio. Barnhart is accredited by the California Association of Independent Schools and Western Association of Schools and Colleges. Established in 1959 by Dr. Ethel Barnhart, Barnhart is affiliated with The Santa Anita Church, a non-denominational fellowship.
Barnhart School, 240 West Colorado Blvd., Arcadia, (626) 446-5588 or visit www.barnhartschool.org.