Today we are launching a new publication "The Christ Lutheran Messenger." Each month a copy will be mailed to Christ Lutheran Church members and emailed to school families. This newsletter is meant to be a place to showcase the happenings of the entire Christ Lutheran Community. Please enjoy the articles from church members, school staff, faculty, students and Chargers.
Please note, this newsletter will not replace the weekly "What's Happening." You will continue to receive the "What's Happening" with school calendar items each Friday.
We are pleased to offer academic classes through Prime Academy and Sports Camps through Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA) as part of our summer camp offerings all under the direction of our new School Age Care Director, Miss Anna.
See attached flyer for more information. Please note, swim days and field trips are now on Fridays and specific outings are subject to change. Please submit the attached registration form with a $100 fee to save your spot!
Welcome our New Coaches! Coach Peter will be coaching Boys Volleyball and Coach Shannon will be coaching Girls Basketball.
Please welcome Anna Reinisch as she steps into her new role as Director of School Age Care on April 3, 2017.
Anna has a BA in Child Adolescent Development from San Francisco State University. She has an AA in Liberal Studies and has 24 Early Childhood Education classes.
While attending college to receive her degree in Child Adolescent Development she worked at Child Development Inc., in Redwood City, Ca. where she was a teacher. She then ventured on to becoming a swimming instructor, pool lifeguard, and swim coach. She has worked for Children’s Creative Learning Center for fourteen years in different positions ranging from teacher, program supervisor and Director. Working at CCLC she tutored many school age children. Anna has also been a nanny for multiple families. As of November 2016 she has worked at Christ Lutheran’s Preschool.
Her philosophy is “it’s a pleasure to see children grow in a positive and enriching environment. I enjoy working with children and helping them develop into positive little people.”
We look forward to having Anna share her experience and talents in our SAC Program.
Let us run with endurance the race that is set before us! Hebrews 12:1
Our goal is $20,000 which will go towards New Water Bottle Dispenser/Drinking Fountains, Balls and tetherballs for the playground!
A portion of what is raised will also go towards our ongoing commitments such as Art to Grow On, Country Fair, Walk Through California, Walk Through the American Revolution, AR Reading, Grandparents Day, Family Fun Night etc…
Please support our Annual Jog-A-Thon by donating today!
You may choose one of our donation levels listed below:
•Bronze Donation $10
•Silver Donation $25
•Gold Donation $50
•Platinum Donation $100
In order to make the donation via PayPal, you will need to set up a PayPal account. If you wish for your donation to be credited to a specific student, please enter their name in the "notes" section of the PayPal payment area..
If your child has misplaced any of the Jog-A-Thon forms sent home on his/her packet, please feel free to print out the forms below.
Funds are due March 17th, 2017.
Thank you for all the many ways you bless our students and their goals!
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Good news for CLC. On Sunday April 2nd we are honored to have President Matthew Harrison to preach the sermon at CLC. The Rev. Dr. Matthew Harrison is the 13th man to serve as the President of LCMS since its founding in 1847. Matt was elected President last year for his second term.
After the service we will offer a full breakfast honoring him and his wife Kathy. Matt is a professional banjo player and will play some songs for us.
This morning Mr. J led us in a dedication of the new field. Students cheered at hearing: “the field is now open!” These were the first steps onto the newly upgrade field since the new grass went in during Christmas Break. It’s been a long wait through the rainy season, but we are pleased to announce that the field is now open for play!
Congratulations to our Spelling Bee winners! Way to go Christ Lutheran students!
As we continue this National Lutheran Schools Week themed: “Upon this Rock” we are dressed as inspirational figures that have “rocked” our world. Students are dressed as different “heroes” from Abraham Lincoln to Martin Luther King Jr.
Our 7th graders are dressed as their teacher, Mrs. So Jung Kim, who often sports a flannel, Vans tennis shoes and sunglasses. We are so blessed to have Mrs. Kim join us this year as the new 7th grade homeroom teacher and middle school science teacher. She has truly become an inspiration to her students as she teaches and trains in the ways of the Lord; always directing them back to God’s Word.
“Everyone then who hears these words of mine and does them will be like a wise man who built his house on the rock. And the rain fell, and the floods came, and the winds blew and beat on the house, but if did not fall, because it had been founded on the rock.” Matthew 7:24-25
“Trust in the Lord forever, for the Lord God is an everlasting rock.” Isaiah 26:4. This "National Lutheran Schools Week" we will be looking at the ways Jesus is our rock and how we are to build our lives upon this firm foundation. Today we “rock a bye baby” for PJ Day! “For they drank from the spiritual rock that followed them, and the Rock was Christ.” 1 Cor. 10:4.