Linda Dyck

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Linda Dyck joined Master's Academy and College in September 1997 as a pioneer member of the K-8 teaching staff. Upon joining the faculty of Master's Academy and College she worked as a Junior High teacher, moving into the field of Administration in September of 2000. Mrs. Dyck believes, "The staff of Master's Academy are committed to building a foundation for student character development, through the integration of biblically based values and the teaching of the Seven Habits of a Master Learner." In addition, she is committed to developing a strong academic program, including skills that allow students to become future ready. Mrs. Dyck is pleased to note that Master's Academy has been recognized three times, by the Fraser Institute, as a School of Distinction. Mrs. Dyck is married and has three children, all of whom graduated from Master's College.

Articles by Linda Dyck

Finding the Silver Lining
Student Learning
Linda Dyck

Finding the Silver Lining

…we have always emphasized to students the importance of being an Independent Worker. We have always believed that this habit is one that would set students up for success, both now and in the future. However, neither students nor we could have imagined how this habit’s importance would be emphasized during a global pandemic.

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