News and Announcements

Perspective

During a recent Koinonia Zoom session, I asked the kids to write down the top three things that they complain about the most. As you would suspect, I got the typical answers of school, homework, curfews, etc. Mine include grading papers, practically living in my car as I drive my children to their activities, and kids standing in the middle of the hallway. After a short story about whining, we reviewed our complaints, and changed them to blessings.
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Plans for the Class of 2020

The members of the Class of 2020 have accomplished so much in their time here, and will continue to impact their world for Christ after graduation. Here is a compilation of their time at Concordia and their plans for next year. Please Note: We are still gathering information from our seniors. Please check back over the next week for updates. If you have any changes to the information posted, please let us know by email at awiehe@clhscadets.com.
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Comfort Dog program continues to provide comfort

If you haven’t heard, Concordia Lutheran High School and Holy Cross Lutheran Church and School have adopted a Comfort Dog through the Lutheran Church Charities organization. His name is Jared. He has had nearly 2,000 hours and has been with us since June 2019. In all, there are nine handlers and 20-plus ministry partners that support the ministry of the Comfort Dog program.
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HOSA competes virtually in state competition

The CLHS HOSA club, a competitive medical club, competed at the State Leadership Conference last week. The physical conference in Indianapolis was cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic so Indiana HOSA held the State Conference virtually. Competitive events were completed online. Five Concordia students placed in the Top 10 in the state in their event.
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