Mrs. Kim Hinojos

Administrator

My name is Kim Hinojos, and I am the Administrator at CCS.  I have had the opportunity to be apart of Canyonside for 14 years now.  During this time, I have taught both Kindergarten and 1st Grade and just recently have taken the position as Administrator at the beginning of the 2018-2019 school year.  For the past 25 years, my work experience has included teaching and working with college age students at the College of Southern Idaho, being a Children’s Director at a local Magic Valley church, teaching at both Immanuel Lutheran and Canyonside Christian schools and working with in the “behavioral health” field with youth and young adults.   During this “journey” I have been repeatedly reminded of just how much the Lord loves each and every one of us and how we all have a part in His great plan!  I believe we are all called to do His work in some way, it’s just figuring out what that “way” is, an being open and willing to be used by God!

I have a wonderful husband, Ron, who I have married to for the past eight years.  We share five amazing children between us, who are either in college or out on their own making a place for themselves in the “BIG OLD WORLD.”  They are truly a blessing to the both of us each and every day.  I enjoy spending time outdoors, watching baseball, reading, and baking.

I was very fortunate to grow up in a Christian home.  My parents took me to church on a regular basis and I grew up knowing and loving the Lord.  I have had several ups and downs throughout my life and wondered at times “why Lord, is this happening to me?”  But the Lord has never failed to see me through every challenge, opportunity, and blessing!  I look forward to continuing the strong academic excellence Canyonside Christian School has always promoted in the community along with sharing the love of Christ to all who enter our doors!  I believe the Lord has GREAT plans for Canyonside, and I am looking forward to being apart of the adventure!

Favorite Bible Verse:
“If you have faith as small as a mustard seed, you could say to the mountain, move from here to there, and it would move.  Nothing would be impossible.”  Matthew 17:20