FROM THE HEART OF COACH HIGHT
Envision a large cruise ship full of precious cargo.
A new kind of fog has emerged—so thick and enveloping that the crew can barely see what lies ahead. The ship cautiously continues to carry the precious cargo safely into port.
This parallels what Metro—a vessel of hope—is trying slowly, cautiously, and with uncertainties to bring your precious cargo, your children, into a safe port here at Metro. We desperately want to be that haven for your kids this summer at camp; to experience all the fun and exciting activities of summer that kids should be enjoying, safely.
Will this illustration be our new normal? We all hope and pray that soon we can confidently and enthusiastically return to our normal, which is the ministry whose business is preparing and educating your children academically, physically, relationally, and spiritually all in
the pursuit of excellence through Christ
Until that time, Metro continues to listen to our local, state, and federal experts on the best practices regarding
and to adapt those guidelines and findings to our Metro community and activities. Metro is committed to having camps and to striving to offer a comprehensive and balanced approach that is safe and still allows for a memorable experience.
That is easier said than done. Even with the best of intentions, at times we may miss the bullseye. As Christ so lovingly gives grace as we start each new day, please allow us that same grace as each day continues to be a learning curve in how to best respond to the needs of (re-)
our campus safely even during these uncertain times.
We’re committed to doing that well.
Jay Hight, C.A.A.