The primary aim of Seventh-day Adventist Education is to provide opportunity for students to accept Christ as their Savior, to allow the Holy Spirit to transform their lives, and to fulfill the commission of preaching the gospel to all the world. Our office is here to support our teachers in fulfilling this goal for the children and youth of our conference.


Tim Kripps



Angeliqua Kripps

Education Assistant



  1. NAD Website
  2. Classroom Resources
  3. Cognitive Genesis/Value Genesis—Reports on the academic and values development of K-12 students.
  4. Core of Adventist Education Curriculum—A framework for integrating the Adventist worldview with curriculum, instruction, and assessment and aligned to J2E,  a resource that identifies 21st century practices for Adventist schools.
  5. Elementary Standards — what learners should know (content) and be able to do (skills), serve as the framework for curriculum development.
  6. Lifeline—A handbook for small school success.
  7. MAP Testing Resources
  8. Science – By Design—A faith-based, inquiry science program for grades 1-8 presented in the context of the Adventist worldview.
  9. Student Information System (SIS) - Jupiter iO
  10. SoSMART – Social Studies Management and Resource Tool for multi-grade teachers.
  11. Southwestern Union Adventist Education
  12. Textbook lists


  1. Kindergarten Stepping Stones - A developmentally appropriate, integrated kindergarten curriculum aligned to the Pathways’ themes.
  2. Early Childhood Education

  3. Math - Designed for elementary teachers featuring the HMH curriculum, as well as our standards.
  4. REACH - Reaching to Educate All Children for Heaven—A resource manual with strategies for creating an inclusive classroom/school.
  5. Pathways - Resources for the Pathways-using educator. PREP—Pathways Resources for Easy Planning for multi-grade teachers – is available on this site.
  6. TDEC - Location of webinar information (archived & upcoming), discounts, preferred vendors, etc.
  7. The Dashboard - Location of three NAD Apps necessary for data management within the NAD school system - User Manager, Student ID Manager, and Data Rollup. eCertification (A digitally-based certification database for Adventist K-12 teachers) is linked to this database for ease of leveled reports.


Free to NAD Teachers and Students
  1. Visual Thesaurus – The Visual Thesaurus is an interactive dictionary and thesaurus which creates word maps that blossom with meanings and branch to related words.  Contact Martha Ban to setup an account.
  2. Encyclopedia Britannica - To Log on, your user name is: anw### (use the school org ID, lower case);  Password: nadsa1 (lower case).

SUBSCRIPTION RESOURCES available at an NAD-negotiated price

  1. Online Subscription Resources
  2. Vocabulary/SpellingCity To add your own vocabulary lists.


  1. Center for Adventist Research
  3. Teacher Bulletin
  4. Ellen G. White Estate



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