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Pan Am has launched a search for it's 10th president. "Our search committee has been hard at work developing a comprehensive position description and is eager to begin reviewing the materials submitted by potential candidates," said interim president Kim Warner. "This is a terrific opportunity to lead an institution fulfilling the church's mission of education." "We welcome the sharing of this announcement and position description broadly to assist us in developing a robust candidate pool," noted search committee chair, Judy Fletcher. The search committee comprises current and former members of the Pan Am board of trustees, Pan Am alumni, and members of the Pan Am faculty.
Kleberg County and the City of Kingsville have imposed limits on public gatherings to no more than 50 people. This has impacted our decision to move to online classes, along with Texas A&M University-Kingsville and local school districts.
EFFECTIVE WEDNESDAY, MARCH 25, ALL CLASSES WILL BE TAUGHT ONLINE.
The student-led worship service of scripture lessons, carols, and candlelight held on Tuesday, December 3 was a truly beautiful remembrance of Christ's birth. We are grateful for the student liturgists who shared the lessons, our talented choir and musicians who presented the carols, and the students on the tech team who coordinated the sound and video. Afterwards, students shared a meal together and exchanged gifts, complete with Santa and his elves!
On Monday, December 2, twelve new members were inducted into the John A. Mackay Chapter of the National Honor Society. These students were selected by their teachers as those who most uphold the ideals of scholarship, service, leadership, and character. During the ceremony, inductees were presented with a yellow rose from current members of the chapter. Congratulations to these well-rounded students!