Covenant News

Remarkable Faculty: Tabitha Rude

Tabitha Rude serves as Covenant’s Pre-K teacher. Coming to the school with many years of experience as a local preschool teacher, and as Covenant’s former after-school program director, Tabitha is a special member of the Lower School community. Why is nature exploration such a large component of your Pre-K curriculum? Young children are naturally curious…. Read more »

Remarkable Faculty: Asher Spruill

Asher Spruill serves as Upper School English Department Chair, teaching English 12, Honors English 12, and AP Literature and Composition courses. He is also president of Covenant’s local chapter of the Cum Laude Society. What is most fulfilling about shaping modern students through the heritage of literature? I love introducing students to ways old books… Read more »

Kindness in Chalk Sends a Message

Lower School students once again participated in Kindness in Chalk, a kindness movement created in honor of National Bullying Prevention Month, on Monday, October 3. In the morning and throughout the school day, students had the opportunity to write Scripture and share positive messages on the sidewalks around the Lower School campus. More than 200 school communities across… Read more »

Remarkable Faculty: Laura Marks

Laura Marks has served as a teacher at The Covenant School for thirteen years. She is a beloved member of the Lower School community where she teaches first grade. What do you enjoy most about working with first grade students? I love that everything is new and exciting to a first grader. My students soak up… Read more »

Remarkable Faculty: Jerry King

Jerry King serves as the Fine Arts Department Chair at the Upper School. He teaches several drama and theater courses and is the director of the spring musical, Big Fish. This is his first year at The Covenant School. What does a Fine Arts education add to a Pre-K–12 experience? The arts are a core… Read more »