Christ Lutheran School

Small class sizes. Big hearts. Limitless futures.

National Lutheran Schools Week – March 4-9

February 28th, 2012

Securing Each Child’s Future – Equipped
“All Scripture is God-breathed and is useful for teaching, rebuking, correcting and training in righteousness, so that the man of God may be thoroughly equipped for every good work.” 2 Timothy 3:16-17

Sunday, March 4
Worship at Christ Lutheran Church – 8:00 and 10:30 a.m.
Fellowship and Sunday School – 9:15 a.m.

Monday, March 5
School Opening in Courtyard – 8:15 a.m.
Class Color Shirt Day – see below

Tuesday, March 6
Pajama Day (see below) – Bring a pillow, a “blankie” and a great book for
Reading in the Gym – 1:45 pm
Basketball Night – 5:15 pm (dinner) 5:45 pm (games)

Wednesday, March 7
Dress Up Day (school uniform or nicer; no jeans)
Chapel-Special Coin collection for Rice Depot

Thursday, March 8
CLS T- Shirt Day & Crazy Sock Day
Service Project Day (cards to those in nursing homes/shut-ins)
Larry’s Pizza Night: Cantrell Rd, 5-8 pm

Friday, March 9
FREE Tag Day
Band Concert at CLS-St. Louis Lutheran High South-2:00 pm
Evening Band Concert at CLS-7:00 p.m.

We look forward to celebrating the blessings God gives Christ Lutheran School – especially the blessings of our students and families!

Class Color Shirt Day – (March 5) children are encouraged to wear a shirt (does not have to be polo style) in their designated class color with their uniform bottoms.  Class colors:
Preschool – Light Blue
Kindergarten – Green
Grade 1 – Purple
Grade 2 – Orange
Grade 3 – Brown
Grade 4 – Dark Blue
Grade 5 – Yellow
Grade 6 – White
Grade 7 – Red
Grade 8 – Grey

Pajama Day Guidelines
Matching pajama sets may be worn. Nightgowns may be worn, but must be knee length or below.  Tights and a shirt need to be worn underneath the nightgown. Pajama tops must have sleeves. Pajama bottoms must be knee length or longer. Robes are acceptable. Shoes are required in the hallway, at lunch, at recess and in the restrooms. All clothing must be conducive to our Christian learning environment. Students choosing not to participate in Pajama Day must dress according to the regular dress code. Final decisions regarding acceptability rest with the Principal.