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Don’t lose sight when things might be lacking

About a month ago, as I was scrolling through Yahoo! News, a headline caught my eye that read: This Year’s Rockefeller Christmas Tree Is Extremely 2020. If you did not see this story, I’ll briefly fill you in. When the new Christmas tree that was to be placed in downtown NYC was initially brought in a month or so ago, people were left unimpressed. They found this year’s Rockefeller tree very lacking in appearance.
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CLHS calendar update End of Semester 1 Dec 2020

Concordia Lutheran High School (CLHS) is in Remote Learning mode this week, November 30-December 4. We are attempting to slow the spread of the coronavirus in our school community so that we may return to in-person learning on the CLHS campus on Monday, December 7.
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The Art of Self Portraits

Self-portraits are a classic project in an art class. They teach students about the proportions of the face, you can get a full range of value, and most importantly – you always have your model with you!
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Planning … and the Lord’s Will

I am, by nature, a planner. I like to have things organized and prepared, whether that be for the math classes I teach, the tasks I want to tackle at home on a given weekend, or just the Kaschinske athletics and activities schedule. Maybe you are a bit of a planner, too. We make plans regarding simple daily activities and plans regarding larger events, like Thanksgiving celebrations and family vacations. When things don’t go according to plan, as has been the case during the pandemic of 2020, we find ourselves disappointed about the events on which we have missed out.
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Tuition lowered for 2021-22 School Year

We are excited to announce that we are lowering tuition for our families next year! Tuition, including the Educational Materials and Tech fee, will be $9,500. This change is to meet the needs of our families and to make Christ-centered education more affordable to more families in our community.
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Concordia Day cancellation

As you may have heard, Governor Holcomb announced today that gatherings will be limited to no more than 50 people starting on Nov. 15. Out of an abundance of caution, we are cancelling Concordia Day on Friday.
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Concordia announces winter sports policies

Concordia Athletics has announced its Winter Sports Policy as it pertains to home events for fans. The policy will follow the status of the county (red, orange and yellow), which is put forth by the state. Please click here to see the full policy. We will continue to livestream home games as much as possible. View our Livestream at
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