National Lutheran Schools Week provides more than 1,900 preschools, elementary
schools and high schools with the public opportunity to proclaim and celebrate God’s work
among us in schools of The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod.
We thank God for the opportunity to provide excellent academic preparation for the
children we serve. We are most grateful for the opportunity to share Jesus’ amazing love
with children and their families.
National Lutheran Schools Week gives us an opportunity to proclaim these great
blessings within the communities we serve.
Our schools are amazing incubators for faithful witness of God’s love for us through Christ
by teachers and students alike.
REMINDERS: No bussing on MONDAY (1/25)-SE does not have school!
NO Friday afternoon bussing.
Tuesday, Jan. 26: B-ball Practice Starts 3:30-5
Jan. 25-29: National Lutheran Schools Week.
A SURVEY IS HEADED YOUR WAY (via email)!
We know this has been an unprecedented year; however, we still want
to know how well we are handling it and how well you think we are
doing as a whole! We will be emailing out a survey for you to participate
in and let us know! If you have more than one child enrolled, please rate
your OVERALL experience and use the comment boxes, when available,
to share your comments about specific grades, concerns, and/or praises.
There will be a class incentive for the highest percentage of
Thank you in advance for your commitment and involvement in
Immanuel Lutheran School!
BLESSED IS THE MAN WHO PERSEVERES UNDER TRIAL, BECAUSE WHEN HE HAS STOOD THE TEST, HE WILL RECEIVE THE CROWN OF LIFE THAT GOD HAS PROMISED TO THOSE WHO LOVE HIM. ~ JAMES 1:12~
Life is tough, living a Christian life is even tougher! Ironically, with all the uncertainty and unusual c circumstances around the world today, the character trait for this month is perseverance. The book of James (where the verse above is taken), may just be the perfect book to read. It’s short and sweet and packed with wisdom and advice for Christians. We all face situations that require perseverance. At Immanuel, we can talk about how God would want us to live and encourage each other to
focus on why making God’s choices is worth it! Prayers that we may all stay strong in our faith and persevere through struggling times!
Not really sure what else a person can say about a year like 2020!
I think the best description could be told with a Mad Lib — interactive stories that you can addwords to; words are inserted in the blanks and once all blanks are full, the story is read, usually ending up really quite funny —
It almost felt as though there was no rhyme or reason to anything we did. Whatever anyone thought was NORMAL was thrown out the window. Of course, if we think hard enough there were definitely blessings! Unfortunately, the new year doesn’t change things like a light switch, so we still will be living one day at a time, praying for health and strength; but we are excited to get back and see everyone in the new year and enjoy our time together again! And if we know WHO is in control, we definitely know good will come out of all the craziness!