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Rejoicing in Forgiveness

This week we prepare our to remember Jesus’ suffering and death for our sake on Good Friday. It is a somber day, one in which we reflect on our own sinfulness and our great need for redemption. It is a day in which we remember the mocking, scourging, taunting and torture that Jesus bore on our behalf. And yet, we can rejoice with quiet gratitude for the great love poured out upon us.

Team Handball: A break from the traditional sports

Each year in Boys Physical Education, I introduce students to “non-traditional” sports in an effort to expand their skill set and expose them to something new. I enjoy teaching units like this because the students usually start at a similar level. This means that we spend a lot of time on skill acquisition and tactics so we can play quality competitive games. Team Handball uses a lot of familiar skills so the focus in this unit tends to shift quickly towards teamwork and tactics.

Concordia announces fan and athlete policies for Spring Sports

Concordia Athletics has announced its Spring Sports Policy as it pertains to home events for fans. The policy will follow the status of the county (red, orange, yellow, and blue). Stages are based upon the Indiana Department of Health's county map and evaluated weekly.

Information on the Survey Request from ISM

Good morning. Earlier today you may have received an email from Stevland Medley, Survey Manager of Independent School Management (ISM). ISM is one of the top worldwide companies focused on primary and secondary schools. We worked with them in 2013 and 2014 and were impressed with their data driven process of consultation.

Submit nominations for the Barnabas Award

The Class of 1986 through is gift to Concordia Lutheran High School established an award, which is to be annually presented to a member of the senior class.  Barnabas was a missionary and co-worker with St. Paul.  The name “Barnabas” means “encourager” and that is what he was.  His mission and ministry in life was to be of service to his fellowman.  He lived the faith and was dedicated to bolstering and encouraging fellow believers in theirs.  His actions spoke clearly what he professed to be.

Reinventing admissions to make it easier for you

Our CLHS Admissions events were a little different this year. I feel like we have been the “MacGyver” Admissions Team, reinventing events as we find out what we need to do to comply with state guidelines.

Mychal Thom accepts Call to Concordia-St. Paul

Mychal Thom, Head of School at Concordia Lutheran High School, has accepted a Call to be the Chief Diversity Officer and Associate Dean for Academic Innovation at Concordia University, St. Paul, MN. The position would begin for the 2021-22 school year. His position will begin in August 2021.

Making things beautiful in HIS time

A year ago, when I wrote my last blog, none of us saw how crazy the next 12 months would be. I thank each and every one of you for your support throughout the pandemic.
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