Q: What day is it in Fort Wayne when the realfeel temperature is 53F and it is raining?
A: Koinonia Service Day!
Concordia’s annual Koinonia Service Day was held on October 5, with our school sending 65 separate groups throughout Fort Wayne in a variety of service projects. The rain did affect many of the outdoor plans, but not the heart of our students serving. Translated from Greek, Koinonia means “being in community.” Concordia’s Koinonia groups consist of 10-12 students from a mixture of grades, which meet weekly in prayer, conversation, and fellowship. Please view our Koinonia Service Day Photos of our Concordia students in service to the Fort Wayne community. Kudos to Mr. Mark Dolde for his leadership in our Koinonia program.
The First Quarter ends on Friday, October 12. Students and parents may check grades and report cards via OnCampus. Please contact your teacher(s) if you have questions about a course. Please contact the school’s Guidance Office if you need login assistance to OnCampus.
I encourage and invite parents to attend our Parent-Teacher conferences at Concordia on Wednesday, October 24, from 6:30-8:30 PM. The format of the evening is a firstcome, first serve approach with teachers stationed in the gymnasium and cafeteria. Concurrently, parent presentations are given by Concordia’s School Counselors and Administrators about graduation requirements and college planning.
October is National Bullying/Cyberbullying Prevention Month. See this resource from Common Sense Media for Parent resources about how to help your child when they are bullied.
Schedule Change - Academic classes will begin at 8:00 AM on Tuesday, November 6. Concordia hosts Remedy Live’s “Get Schooled Tour” later the same day.
Internet Essentials from Comcast offers reduced internet access in the home for $10/month. Families whose children qualify for the National School Lunch Program may be eligible for Internet Essentials. Learn more at https://internetessentials.com.
P.S. Weather delays and closings are posted on local ABC, CBS, and NBC television stations, via school email, and text messages.