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Faculty and Staff

One of the things that sets Liberty Christian Academy apart is our faculty and staff.  They provide the living curriculum for the students in and out of the classroom.  Read some of the stories from our dedicated faculty and staff.

Mrs. Ruiz – 5th Grade Teacher (2nd Year at LCA)

I teach 5th grade at LCA!  What I love about LCA is the Christ-centered atmosphere and am so excited that I was led here to teach.  I bring the gift of a sense of humor to the classroom.  I love to laugh with my students and have so much fun while learning!  Students at LCA are set apart by their kindness and willingness to learn.  I want students to know that their teachers love them and want to chose joy in every stage of life!  I have the best co-teacher in the world – Mrs. McCoy.

 

Mrs. McMenamin – 1st/2nd Grade teacher (28 Years at LCA)
I love so many things about LCA.  One of the things that stands out to me the most is that we are family!  We cry together, laugh together, we share one another’s burdens, and we pray together.  I am honored to be a part of the LCA mission.  I love the students and that I get to share my testimony and Jesus with them everyday.  I didn’t think I wanted to be a teacher, but here I am 26 years later and loving teaching and “my kids!”  I use many creative and hands-on learning techniques to prepare fun lessons.  I use my love of learning to spur students to be life-long learners, to love Jesus, to think creatively, and to always follow God’s will.  My main desire is that the students come to know Jesus as their personal Savior and that they are on HIS Honor Roll.  I hope they remember that I challenged them, that I pray for them, and that Jesus and I always love them.

 


Mrs. Erskine – 4th Grade teacher (3 Years at LCA)
I love working in a Christian environment and teaching Heritage Studies and Ohio History.  I enjoy History and how we get to focus on all the amazing events of the past.  I enjoy bringing new ideas and new, creative ways to accomplish learning in the classroom.  LCA students are surrounded by teachers/staff who have a love for the Lord.  The students are looking through everything with a Biblical lens.  I want my students to know that I first have a love for God and that it’s okay to make mistakes, that we will learn from them and grow.  I want them to know that kindness is a two-way street…we show kindness and in turn others show kindness to us.  Most of all, I want them to know that I love them too!   My most fun fact is that I LOVE watching football games!

 

 

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