Doris Todd Christian Academy Annual Giving 2016-2017
60th Anniversary Edition
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‘ GODS FAIT For Over
Annual Giving Report Dear DTCA Families, Friends, and Alumni: 2016-17 was a memorable time of celebrating our 60th anniversary. We began the celebration with a worship service in the auditorium. Alumnus Senator Gil Keith-Agaran presented a congratulatory recognition from the Senate of the State of Hawaii, and alumnus Mike Molina brought congratulations from Mayor Alan Arakawa. There were tears in the eyes of many people as our band played and students sang, Shout to the Lord, all the earth, let us sing. Power and majesty, praise to the King. Mountains bow down and the seas will roar at the sound of Your name...
That evening alumni, former staff, and friends of the school celebrated with a banquet at the Nahele Banquet Room. Bright and early Saturday morning, the School hosted its first North Shore Run to raise money for our scholarship fund. An Open House that afternoon with a picnic the next day were wonderful opportunities to “talk story” with alumni, former staff, and friends. We are grateful to God for using our small school to spread the gospel to so many people over the last 60 years. Just recently one of our chapel speakers told us of the impact Mary, his youth leader, had on his life. Mary attended our school from PS-8th grade. Our high school moved to the old Valley Isle Fellowship church building in Wailuku during the summer. The church recently moved into a brand new building and very graciously offered the use of their old building. Wailuku is centrally located on the island and more accessible to a wide range of students. We will have lots of room to grow in this building. Another milestone for DTCA was reaccreditation with Association of Christian Schools International (ACSI) and accreditation with the Accrediting Commission for Schools, Western Association of Schools and Colleges (ACS WASC). We are grateful that God continues to provide financially so that we may continue to offer a distinctively Christian education for our 180 students in the 2017-18 school year. Our Annual Fund Drive is our most important fundraiser of the school year. We rely on tuition income and fees to keep our doors open, but these sources are not enough. We also need generous donations from the DTCA community in Hawaii and on the mainland to continue offering an affordable Christian education on the island of Maui. Our goal is to reach $50,000 this year. Our status will be posted regularly on Facebook and our website (www.doristoddchristian.org). Donations go to general operation expenses, teacher and staff salaries, taking care of our campus, and other specific projects such as moving the high school, more computers/ iPads, and a new playground structure. Please come alongside and help us continue our ministry of giving children a Christ-centered, loving, nurturing, and safe learning environment. ALL GIFTS large or small are an INVESTMENT in the future of our children, our community, our island and our world. Your contribution will make a difference in shaping a child’s life for eternity! Mahalo nui loa for your support,
Carolyn Moore HEAD OF SCHOOL
Mabel Todd BOARD PRESIDENT
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anniversary Celebration School Worship Service
6th-8th grade band played as the 5th grade students performed a sign dance, and our secretary, Amanda Criste, sang Shout to the Lord.
Evening Banquet At Kahili
Amy Kamikawa & Karen Kokubun, greeted our many guests who joined us for an evening of music, testimony, and reconnecting.
Open House and Picnic
Mabel Todd, Dawna Stinson, Jane Dale, Gord & Jill Hills, and Dan Reeves (Grandson of Ed & Doris Todd), talking story after looking at hundreds of archive pictures & eating ono grinds.
God went before us
1959 | The school moved to Paia Youth Center, where classes were held, teachers lived, and youth activities were hosted.
1959 1960 | A tidal wave destroyed homes in Paia and took out a large pavilion at Baldwin Beach Park. The school, which was located at the Youth Center, was the only structure left standing on the ocean side.
1956 | Doris Todd began a preschool with 4 children at the Toddâ€™s home in Haiku. Tuition was $7 a month.
hawaiian islands mission established
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1961 | With 29 students, the school needed more room. Edward Todd was asked by the plantation to take over the current 519 Baldwin Avenue building for $14,000.
1957 | More teachers were needed when enrollment grew. Teachers came as missionaries to serve the Lord, and the families on Maui, including Mabel Sharples.
The missionaries drove old limousines and Navy surplus vehicles to pick up children around the island. In the 1970â€™s they aquired a bus.
and came behind us
1975 | Construction began on a building at the lower end of campus that would provide classroom space for 2 or 3 classes & restrooms for boys & girls.
Doris Todd Memorial Christian Day School was incorporated as a nonprofit organization in the State of Hawaii on October 16, 1967
1968 2006 Maui Christian Youth Camp Summer Team brought eventual full-time teachers and administrators, Leta Carpenter & Carolyn Moore to the island.
1968 | The first section of the lower buildings was constructed. Instead of windows, they had large garage doors.
2006 | The school celebrated their 50th anniversary, and moved into brand new classrooms (Kindergarten & 1st grade were constructed in 2001).
Doris Todd Christian Academy preschool - high school enrollment grew to187 in 2016-2017.
Live Worship Music
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hat our keiki cannot receive a Christian education at Doris Todd Christian Academy. We want students to be loved and on a daily basis. Our first annual 7.25 mile North Shore Run was held October 22, 2016, to raise money for scholarships. d, and all over Maui participated. Please pray with us that through this island-wide event, we will reach our community with or families to send students to His little school in Paia in the years to come! Mahalo to Kristen Mills for the awesome photos! 6
DISCIPL Shaping Lives to
Grades K-5 and middle school compete in meets in Haiku, Pukalani, and Lahaina.
1st Grade enjoys Honey Bunny, their classroom rabbit.
field trips The Maui Ocean Center has interactive learning opportunities our kids love!
science fair Middle school students are able to advance to the Maui County Science Fair
operation christmas child Preschool-8th grade brought in over 100 boxes to send to children in need.
performances Students enjoy opportunities to perform through out the year.
Shape the Future
8th Grade graduation We had 17 graduates in our 8th grade class.
technology Students learn coding, typing, PowerPoint, and more in computer class.
8th grade oahu trip 8th graders visit many places, including the State Capital.
Students learning how rain forms in a cloud.
marine life Students learn about starfish jellyfish, manta rays, turtles whales, sharks, and more!
community service Middle Schoolers pick up trash along Baldwin Avenue.
This summer the school Doris Todd began in 1956, moved our high s
1955 WAILUKU BAPTIST PRESCHOOL
In April of 1954, Edward and Doris Todd moved to Maui, Hawaii after serving six years as missionaries in the Philippines. In 1955, Doris Todd began driving their daughter, Barbara, to Wailuku Baptist Preschool. The school asked Doris to become a teacher there, and since the Toddâ€™s were living in Haiku, they began carpooling with other families in Paia. The parents in Paia suggested that she begin her own Preschool on the North Shore instead of driving across the island. So, in 1956, Doris Todd began a nursery with 4 children. God blessed that nursery, which became Paia Baptist School, and is currently Doris Todd Christian Academy.
school classes into the facility she began teaching at on Maui in 1955
2017 MAUI CHRISTIAN ACADEMY
After much prayer, in 2014, Doris Todd Christian Academy began Maui Christian Academy, offering grades 9-12 to give a much needed Christian education to the youth on the island. Chet and Kathy Crain moved back to Maui to run the high school. Upon moving back, the Crains began attending Valley Isle Fellowship, formerly Wailuku Baptist Preschool. Pastor Steve Kaneshiro approached Chet in the spring of 2015 to offer their old church building to MCA once the new church sanctuary they were building was completed. MCA began classes this fall in the building where Doris first began teaching on Maui in 1955.
FORMER FACULTY $2,730
To Our Gener
CURRENT FACULTY & STAFF $3,335
BOARD MEMBERS $4,750
ALUMNI PARENTS/ GRANDPARENTS $6,175 EXPLORERS
$5,000 - $9,999 Pam Thorstenson
$100 - $249 CURRENT PARENTS/ GRANDPARENTS $7,350
$2,500 - $4,999 Rodney & Gail Dahlman Matthew & Renée Sharman PARTNERS
$1,000 - $2,499
John & Martine Carbonaro Leta Carpenter Lillian Dolenak Troy & Shara Gemmer Bryan & Janice Goodnight Dale & Angie Kennedy Noel & Karen Kuraya Carolyn Moore Matthew & Tonya Tarasenko John & Loanne Sturtz Mabel Todd Cynthia Urbach Lance & Stephanie Weisel
$500 - $999
Law Offices of Jan Apo Betsill Brother LLC John & Amy Burkett Dorthy J. Dotson James & Jaimee Dvorak James & Erin Fitt Island Creations Construction Jane Ironside John Mooney Thom & Sue Olmstead Kevin & Leslie O’Malley Fred & Anne Dee Pahl Craig & Valerie Richter Kenneth & Annette Tanaka Truss Systems Hawaii, Inc. Phil & Nancy Winkler
$250 - $499
Greg, Claire & Noe Aguera Ken Bleau & Cheiko Nagata Eugene & Karen Fontanilla Michael & Lori Johnson Carl & Amy Kamikawa Raymond & Karen Kokubun Tom & Hoku Osterhus
John & Maria Bews Vernon Bishop Robert & Brenda Bonheim Zadoc & Hillary Brown Chet & Kathy Crain Susie Daguimol Derek & Laura Delgado Peter & Janice DeMichele Jeremiah & Angela Dusenberry Richard & Sandy Fewell Patrick & Tobi Fisher Brent & Terri Hallsten Merlyn Hanada Shawn & Cindy Hanscam Bob & Shirl Harriman Howard & Alana Hashimoto Michael & Lori Johnson Soren Joy & Dora Oliveira Paul & June Kaneshiro John McCollum Joe & Sara Monteiro Jeff Murray Scott & Lynn Nelson Kevin & Leslie O’Malley Paleka Ohana
$2500 | KOKUA GIVING GRANT $100 | DONATION FOR 60TH ANNIVERSARY
IN LOVING MEMORY OF
$12,000 | JOHN RUHLAND
GAVE US A FREE DAY FOR ALL OF THE STUDENTS WHO RAISED $100 FOR OUR PLAYGROUND PROJECT!
2008 - 2017 Annual Giving
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$100 - $249
Michael Shelton Djong & Jenny Sie David & Kellee Smith Audrey Sutliff Heidi Takitani Jack & Pati Teeple Robin Valaroso & Leila Morin Janet Wakayama Mark & Julia Weatherford Samuel & Megan Woods
Elizabeth Ball Corey & Elizabeth Bonheim Jack Bunch Christopher Carbonel & Amber Malunay Jane Dale Eric & Kimberly Duff Hunter Eggers Gary & Faith Fitt Roland & Cindy Hara Thom & Ardyce Harris Davin & Tammi-Lyn Hashimoto David & Rachel Hastilow Hi-Tech Maui, Inc. Blanche Horner Luis Heredia & Donna Molinaro Karl & Dotty Higa Paula Hunt Rebecca Jakeway Jonathan & Jeni Kaneshiro Ted & Andree Kapoi Shea & Marie Kennedy Tam & Elizabeth Kim Julia Lagrimas
Under $100 Continued Kelly McCready Yuliya McCollum Daniel & Liezl Nicholas Darin & Rosy Olaso/Lydia Kwee Yolandi Passaro Theodore & Jessica Reed Shannon Sinclair Todd & Rachel Slechta Yuri & Maria Soledade Sage & Liz Spalding Rx Strength Earl & Lori Takabayashi Jeff & Tara Tarpey Rosaline Turnbull Vellissa Woods
two thousand seventeen
10th Annual WWII W
NOV DEC DEC
28 04 08 6Th - 8Th Science Fair
K - 3 Christmas Program
FEB MAY MAY
03 04 24 Open House - 9Am
Maui Mall Band Concert
May Day Program
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Water Balloon Battle
DEC DEC JAN
12 13 26
Preschool Christmas Program
Founder â€˜s Day
MAY MAY MAY
26 27 29
High School Graduation
8Th Grade Graduation
Kindergarten Graduation 14 18
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