JBU school of business features MCA alumni: Brooke BowlinRead More
It’s that time of year when people start thinking about spring break, then summer plans, and yes–even next school year! The staff and leadership at MCA are doing the same. Re-Enrollment is open and plans for the 2019/2020 school year are well underway.Read More
Anita Eckhardt has been honored for her exemplary volunteer service with a President’s Volunteer Service Award. Congratulations!Read More
Congratulations to Mrs. Malinda Evans!
Last night she was recognized by Kansas Association of Independent Religious Schools (KAIRS) in their Teacher of the Year Celebration!
Mrs. Evans represented MCA from the Great Plains Alliance of Christian Schools (GPACS).
We are very proud of her!
Please join us in congratulating Mrs. Evans!
It’s a new year, and that means new apps on your tweens’ and teens’ phones. While the old standbys like Snapchat and Instagram are still going strong, there’s no shortage of social media, video-sharing, and homework-help apps that are popular but not necessarily household names.Of course, it’s nearly impossible to keep up with every hot new app, which makes knowing the risky features — like interaction with strangers, anonymity, privacy concerns, and iffy content — a solid first step. But it’s still important to know the specifics of what’s on your kid’s device and whether or not you’ll allow it to stay there.
Read the whole article from Common Sense Media and CNN:
Disappearing message apps are all the rage right now on social media, but are they as unsafe as they seem? Find out exactly what’s so harmful about phantom posts on Snapchat and Instagram.
TikTok has become a social force to be reckoned with, but not everyone uses this video-sharing app as intended. Bark breaks down what parents need to know.
Snapchat is one of the fastest-growing social media apps available today. It allows people to snap and caption photos as part of a conversation. This is viewed as far more personal than simple text messaging. Although Snapchat certainly has fun features, it’s important to discuss safety with kids – especially they have their own mobile phones. Here’s how to approach the conversation and keep your child safe online.