Learning Resource Center
The Learning Resource Program offers academic support in small-group classes. The Program’s goal is to help capable students overcome individual differences and develop the strategies necessary to meet with confidence the academic challenges of the Christ School curriculum. Integral to this support system is the student’s willingness to be a productive, successful student, open to the techniques and strategies presented within the context of the program.
- To develop time-management techniques and organization skills
- To master and internalize study strategies and study techniques
- To identify individual academic strengths and weaknesses
- To use those strengths to overcome relative weaknesses and help students reach their academic potential
- To assist in setting measurable goals
Organization, Goal Setting, Time Management, Note Taking, MLA Formatting, Outlining, Highlighting, Essay Writing, Study Skills, Test Preparation, Communication Skills, Motivation and Confidence Building
Evening Study Halls
In-Room Study Hall: For the disciplined student, evening studying takes place in the dorms. This two-hour time, scheduled for each evening (Sunday – Thursday) and proctored by a Houseparent and a senior leader, is time for homework completion, reading and studying. Quiet time is observed.
Evening Classroom Study Hall-S (ECSH-S): Under the direction of the Director of Learning and Support, proctors are available to help students (limited number per classroom) maintain focus and productivity during the evening study period (Sunday – Thursday). Proctors oversee student organization, prioritization, and assignment management.
Please email or call Tina Evans, Director of Learning and Support if you have any questions:
firstname.lastname@example.org or (828) 684-6232 ext. 111
M.L.I.S., Library and Information Studies
Fresh off receiving her Master's degree, Aly Bolton is a new member of the Learning Resources Department.
Ms. Bolton got her undergraduate degree in English Language and Literature from Sewanee: The University of the South, where she rowed for the crew team, served as president of the Perpetual Motion, and was a writing tutor. During this time, she also studied abroad at Oxford University. Ms. Bolton made the Dean’s List every semester following her first, and was a member of the Phi Beta Kappa and Order of the Gown honor societies. She graduated Summa Cum Laude with Honors and presented her academic work in English at three separate conferences in the Southeast.
After college, Ms. Bolton was recruited by Teach for America, a national service corps of young professionals who commit to teaching for two years in under-resourced public schools. Ms. Bolton taught English as a Second Language for two years at Albemarle Road Elementary School in Charlotte and was most recently Media Specialist for John W. Dillard Elementary School in Madison, N.C. There, she coached the Battle of the Books team and taught information skills.
Ms. Bolton graduated in May from UNC Greensboro with a Masters in Library and Information (MLIS), with a concentration in K-12 school libraries. In her free time, Ms. Bolton enjoys hiking, reading, tea, CrossFit, and spending time with her cats, Chuck Norris and Luna.
Beth Duhaime’s third year at Christ School will be particularly memorable. She and her husband, Engineering Instructor Marcel Duhaime, have a son Sawyer ’18 at Christ School.
Mrs. Duhaime is a Learning Resources Instructor who teaches Pre-Algebra, with Publication and Design serving as her after-school activity. She graduated from Northeastern University in 1987 with a B.S. in Business. Mrs. Duhaime’s pastimes include walking the family dog, Bella, kayaking small lakes and ponds, boating at nearby Lake James, traveling the world, and designing and sewing.
Prior to coming to Christ School, Mrs. Duhaime taught at three schools in New Hampshire: Bishop Brady, Bow, and Brewster Academy.
Always ready for her next adventure, Tina Evans is excited to become a Greenie and helm the Learning Resources Department. Before joining Christ School, Mrs. Evans was a founding teacher of Buncombe County’s first public STEM high school (Nesbitt Discovery Academy), where she was chosen as the school’s 2016 Teacher of the Year. Before that, Mrs. Evans lived abroad in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, where she was the director of a writing center and taught English at an International Baccalaureate school. Her overseas adventure came after a decade at Carolina Day’s Key School in which Mrs. Evans served as the Admissions Director and as a teacher working with students with learning differences. Mrs. Evans has been a teacher-trainer in the Orton-Gillingham approach to language.Along with her husband Bill and their children Zachary and Mariah, Mrs. Evans enjoys exploring new places, hiking, gardening, and learning how to play the didgeridoo.
José Martin teaches in the Learning Resources Department. A graduate of the University of Florida, Mr. Martin taught history and economics and worked in marketing and business before joining the Christ School faculty in 2011.
Without question, Mark Moroz has turned Christ School football into a consistent winner. Entering his seventh year, Mr. Moroz has only lost to arch rival Asheville School once, and has led the Greenies to three NCISAA championship game appearances. His overall record as a head coach is 77-22.
Mr. Moroz was an All-American lineman for Wake Forest University and earned a B.A. in Communications from the Atlantic Coast Conference school in 2004. He was then a professional player in the NFL and CFL, before two seasons on the Demon Deacons coaching staff (2006 and 2007).
Mr. Moroz is presently a Learning Resources Instructor. Outside of school he likes spending time with his family, hiking/backpacking, playing guitar, and playing piano. He and his wife Liz have a daughter, Mary Claire.
Dale Harris Sparacino is one of the longest-tenured faculty members at Christ School. She uses her 26 years of experience to aid the Learning Resource Program and teach the Test Prep Class. She was part of the first year for the Learning Resource Program and is its former director. She will oversee the student Lectors for the Chapel program this school year.
Mrs. Sparacino earned a B.A. in Special Education from Florida Atlantic University in 1980 and her teaching background includes jobs in with Henderson County Schools and the Hun School of Princeton, N.J.
Mrs. Sparacino enjoys the outdoors, travel, and time spent with her family. Her husband’s name is David.