Mr. Daniel Andonian
Mr. Andonian (or “Mr. A” as the children call him) is new to Glendale this year and has been a huge help to us serving as a substitute teacher in everything from Art to almost every grade at Glendale! Mr. Andonian has been teaching since 1993.
Mr. A. has this to say about working at Glendale, “One of the best parts of being a teacher is participating in the development of today’s youth. To see a student learn from something that was directly taught to them, is the greatest feeling in the world. Knowledge is POWER!”
A favorite quote of his: “Whatever tears at us, whatever holds us down, and if nothing can be done, we’ll make the best of what’s around!”
In Mr. A’s spare time, he enjoys tennis, trivia, the beach, photography and his cats.
Mrs. Amanda Bailey
Mr. Jim Foxworth
Mrs. Deborah Henderson
Mrs. Henderson teaches 6th -11th Grade English, Language and Literature at Glendale Christian. She has been a teacher for 26 years and at Glendale Christian for 20 of those years. The thing that Mrs. Henderson enjoys most about her job is the opportunity to reach children and to help mold them into young adults of character and integrity. She loves having the opportunity to help them know Jesus and become strong in their spiritual walk with Christ. Mrs. Henderson likes NASCAR, reading and the beach!
Jeremiah 29:11 – ” For I know the plans I have for you,” declares the LORD, “plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future.”
Mr. Bill Page
Mr. Page is our History and Art teacher. Mr. Page is a familiar face here at Glendale as he was an Aide in Mrs. Page’s class as well as a fourth grade teacher. Mr. Page enjoys helping the students learn and watching them blossom when concepts are “caught”. He states, “It makes you feel like you did a good job!” When Mr. Page is not at school, he most enjoys reading, creative writing, art, singing and music.
Mr. Page’s favorite Bible verse is Deuteronomy 31:8:
“It is the Lord who goes before you. He will be with you; He will not leave you or forsake you. Do not fear or be dismayed.