Head of School Retreat Tentative Schedule

June 26–28, 2019

Wednesday, June 27

3:00

Hotel Check-in

Hampton Inn

4:00

Retreat Check-in

Hampton Inn Lobby

5:00

Meet for Shuttle to Dinner

Hampton Inn Lobby

5:30

Dinner

Simmons Great Hall (SGH)

6:30

Shuttle to Dessert and Opening Session

The Pollard Home


Thursday, June 28

7:00–8:00

Breakfast

Hampton Inn

8:15

Drive to Campus

Hampton Inn Lobby

8:30–9:30

Shining a Light on Today's Mental Health (heads & spouses)

Simmons Great Hall (SGH)

9:30-3:00

Spouse Event and Lunch

Crystal Bridges and Downtown Bentonville

9:30–10:30

Headwinds Facing Christian Education, Part 1

Simmons Great Hall (SGH)

10:30

Coffee Break

 

11:00

Campus Tour

SGH Lobby

12:00

Lunch

Simmons Great Hall (SGH)

1:00–2:00

Headwinds Facing Christian Education, Part 2

Simmons Great Hall (SGH)

2:00–3:00

President's Role for Recruiting

Simmons Great Hall (SGH)

3:00–5:00

Break

Downtown Siloam Springs

5:30

Dinner with Spouses

28 Springs Restaurant

6:30–8:00

Worship and Prayer

28 Springs Restaurant


Friday, June 29

7:00–8:00

Breakfast

Hampton Inn

8:30–9:30

Personal Development through the Lens of the Enneagram

Simmons Great Hall (SGH)

9:30–10:30

Private School Fundraising

Simmons Great Hall (SGH)

9:30

Campus Tour for Spouses

Simmons Great Hall (SGH)

10:30–11:30

Best Practices in Christian Education

Simmons Great Hall (SGH)

11:30–12:30

Lunch

Simmons Great Hall (SGH)

12:30

Retreat Concludes

 


Registration:
There is no registration fee for the workshop - click here to register.

Spouse Event and Lunch


Thursday 10:30–3:30 

Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art and Downtown Bentonville

With Mrs. Carey Pollard

Carey Pollard, Dr. Chip Pollard's Wife Mrs. Carey Pollard has been the “first lady” of JBU for twelve years.  She partners with Chip in a variety of Advancement activities as well as in hosting events in their home, typically over 40 different events a year for 1200-1400 people. She is actively involved in campus life, particularly in chapel, the arts, and athletic events.  She also serves on the board of the Manna Center in Siloam Springs, an interchurch organization that provides food and clothing to people in need.  She has taught the toddler Sunday school class at First Presbyterian Church for 5 years, and serves on the Christian Education committee. She spent most of  the first part of her adult life as homemaker and the mother of four children: James who is 17 and still at home, Emma who is at JBU studying secondary English education, Chad who is married to Anna and lives in Wisconsin, and Ben who passed away in 2011. She and Chip have been married for 30 years.