Over 200 attended Chesapeake Conference's annual convention for children's and youth ministries leaders from Sept. 8-10.
Hibbler most recently taught at Frederick Adventist Academy.
Baltimore White Marsh Adventist School recently welcomed Randa Hibbler as its new principal for the upcoming school year. Hibbler comes to the school from Frederick Adventist Academy, where she served as a teacher for the past two years.
Before coming to Chesapeake Conference, Hibbler taught in the Northeastern Conference for 12 years. During her time in the conference, Hibbler served at the Brooklyn Temple Seventh-day Adventist School, Bethel Seventh-day Adventist Elementary School, RT Hudson School of Seventh-day Adventists, and Flatbush Seventh-day Adventist School.
“The Baltimore White Marsh School and Chesapeake Conference Department of Education are grateful that Randa has been led by God to serve as the new principal/teacher. Her love for children and prior educational experiences in Adventist Education will be an asset to the Baltimore White Marsh community,” said Renee Humphreys, associate superintendent of schools for Chesapeake Conference.
Humphreys added: “We look forward to the wonderful gifts that Randa will share as a leader as she helps to foster spiritual growth and academic excellence.”
Hibbler said she is grateful for the warm welcome she has received from the school and church community, which included a freshly renovated office and new furniture. She said she looks forward to partnering with church leaders and members to help students succeed.
“Adventist Education is Kingdom business,” Hibbler said. “I am proud to be an educator who believes in excellence: excellence in academics and excellence in spiritual life.”