Greetings CLS Families!
Here are a few items to include on your calendar:
- Friday, April 29 – Mothers’ Tea at 10 am (2nd grade)
- Monday, May 2-6, Staff Appreciation Week
- Tuesday, May 3 – Fine Arts Festival at 6:30 pm
- Friday, May 13 – Wheels’ Day (morning) and Field Day (afternoon)
- Saturday, May 14 – Lutheran High Track Meet at Center High School
- Wednesday, May 18 – 8th grade graduation service at 6:30 pm
- Thursday, May 19 – Kindergarten graduation ceremony at 6:30 pm
- Friday, May 20 – Awards Recognition, Closing Chapel, Dismissal at 12 pm
In His Grip,
Steve Vandemark – principal
Theme for 2015-16:
Therefore be imitators of God, as beloved children. And walk in love, as Christ loved us and gave himself up for us, a fragrant offering and sacrifice to God.
Here at Christ Lutheran School, you will find a school unlike any other. It is founded on excellence. Excellence in academics; excellence in facilities; excellence in preparing students to be leaders!
Above all, our excellence is founded on a faith and understanding that the God of this universe, who gave us His excellence through the gift of His son Jesus Christ, created us and expects us to use our God-given talents and abilities to love Him and serve. That is why at CLS you will find all we do, all we believe, and all we exist to accomplish is profoundly rooted in equipping the future generation of Christian leaders.
Christ Lutheran School is rooted in Classical Education. The challenge is communicating exactly what that means, or more important, what does that look like in the education of a CLS student. In summary, Christ Lutheran School is passionate about developing proficient readers, eloquent writers, and deep, logical, independent thinkers who will be equipped as leaders.
Thank you for considering Christ Lutheran School and giving us the opportunity to serve you and your family in this special way. If you have further questions or would like a personal tour of the school please contact us at any time – We are here for you and your child!
Equipping the future generation of Christian leaders . . .