Grandparents Day is a very special day on our campus where we have an opportunity to thank our wonderful grandparents who do so much for our school and for their grandchildren. We welcome about 250 grandparents in the gym for breakfast at 9am and then open classrooms for a time of grandparent/grandchild fun and games! We end with a time in our chapel where each classroom shares a song or skit in honor of our amazing grandparents! For more information please see the Grandparents Day flyer sent home with students this week and attached to this post.
Looking for an awesome Christian School in the South Bay? Come tour our campus and meet our staff, students and families at our Open House on Saturday, Feb 2 from 10:00 am - 12:00 pm with a special Kindergarten Information Session at 10:00 am. While you are here you can enter to win HALF-OFF Tuition for the 2019-2020 School Year! Details below.
Please use this link to RSVP to our Open House.
You are invited to attend our service of carols, communion,
and candlelight as we celebrate the birth of our Savior Jesus.
Our Deacon, Dennis Jacobson, will lead the service and preach.
This was the message the TK & Kindergartners shared during the advent program and during a chapel service for all our students to enjoy. A BIG thank you to Mrs. Soon, Mrs. Blechner and Miss Deanna for helping the student prepare for their big show!
Our 3rd and 4th graders did an amazing job leading the Advent Family Service presenting the ABCs of the Christmas Story.
Our students, who represent over 30 different churches throughout the South Bay were delighted to see their pastors on our campus for a special San Pedro's Pastor's Luncheon. Our Kindergartners stopped by during lunch to play the hand bells and sing a couple of Christmas carols.
"Rejoice in hope, be patient in tribulation, be constant in prayer." Romans 12:12 It's hard to be patient, especially leading up to Christmas morning! Congratulations to these students for winning the "patience" chapel award.
The Mystery of the Manger has been solved!
We were visited by Jane Blond, an investigative reporter who was looking into allegations that the baby Jesus born on Christmas Day was indeed the Son of God. She had questions, we had answers. She tried to poke holes in the Biblical account of Jesus, but facts are facts. Jesus fulfilled every Old Testament prophesy about the coming Messiah. The eye witness accounts documented in the Gospels are more evidence of the Truth. Way to go 5th - 8th grade students who brought forth this powerful message through song and dance and a BIG thank you to the incredible teachers who helped the students bring this story to the stage: Mrs. McKenzie, Mrs. Nicholson, Mrs. Kim and Ms. Noch. A special thank-you to Unmatched Lighting, we appreciate you!
News from around the school and church.
A BIG thank-you to our Jr Chargers Cheer Squad and parents who represented CLS in the San Pedro Holiday Parade!