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Teaching a younger generation the power of creation

I have always had a passion for art even as a young child. It has been a place where I can connect to my creator by creating works that glorify Him. I believe art allows people to express themselves in ways words cannot. Teaching that gift to young students and allowing them to connect to God though art has been such a blessing these past two years.
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Why Vitamin D is important for everyone

Vitamin D is one of the vitamins we are starting to hear a lot more about and is only naturally present in a few foods. It is essential for our bone health (preventing osteoporosis) and may protect us against colds and in fighting depression. Vitamin D has other roles in our body as well: cell growth, boosting our immune system, reduction of inflammation, preventing autoimmune disease and cancer, and in regulating mineral levels in our systems.
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He is Risen, Alleluia!

The prayers of our school community are with you and your family in the coming days as we journey from Palm Sunday’s parade through Jerusalem, to the events of Holy Week, culminating with Christ’s resurrection on Easter Sunday. God’s hope and promise of life eternal are ours through the death and resurrection of our Savior, Jesus Christ. With confidence we celebrate His love to us as we live in relationship with Christ and with one another. It is from Christ’s death and resurrection that Concordia Lutheran High School exists in serving and educating our community. Happy Easter. He is Risen, Alleluia!
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CLHS to host second-annual SERVing Bowls fundraiser

From 5-7 p.m. April 26, the school will host a chili fundraiser for $20 per person. Each person will receive a handmade bowl, made by a CLHS student, faculty or staff member, and a chili dinner. Along with the bowls, there will be other ceramic pieces to purchase. There will be mugs with hot chocolate and small planters with spider plants grown in the art room.
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A German travel adventure with GAPP

Twenty CLHS students are preparing to embark on a German travel adventure. Two days after graduation, these students and their teacher (Herr LaCroix) will travel to Lüdenscheid, Germany for four weeks of immersion living through GAPP (German American Partnership Program).
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