School is back in session, and the teachers are back in the classroom. So, we decided to ask our teachers: What did you do this summer? Here is a little look into the lives of our teachers — outside the classroom.
News and Announcements
A new school year is always exciting – new uniform shirts, new shoes, new friends, and re-connecting with old friends, but sometimes we get hurt in sports practice, overheated in marching band, have anxiety, get headaches, a bad day for our asthma or allergies, or some days we just do not feel great! Maybe you need to check your blood sugar or take medications on a regular basis. These are all reasons to visit the Concordia Clinic.
Welcome back! What an exciting time of year for us here at CLHS where we gather again as a community to journey through another school year. We’ll have some new faces, whether that is a new freshmen class of students, some new transfer students, new faculty or new staff, God has brought us together again for the purpose of Christ-centered education.
The JROTC team took fourth place in the nation at the 2015 Army JROTC Academic Bowl Championship, beating out more than 1,500 teams from around the country.
We are excited to announce our 2016 Cadets in Cadence co-chairs! This year we have three couples working together to create another amazing event to help support Concordia and our students. Meet and welcome our 2016 Cadets in Cadence co-chairs.
Mychal Thom has accepted the call to be the executive director of the high school following Terry Breininger’s retirement in 2016.
After advancing through two phases of online competition, two Concordia Lutheran High School JROTC teams will compete in Washington, D.C, at The 2015 Army JROTC Bowl Championships later this month.
The Lutheran Foundation has awarded nearly $200,000 to help local Lutheran school students, including those at Concordia Lutheran High School. A $185,000 grant has been given to Concordia to help supplement financial aid to families who come to Concordia.
Forty-nine kills, five aces and 36 digs led the Cadets to the final line of the 3A state championship winning match at Worthen Arena earlier this year. The volleyball team, seeking revenge from last year’s runner-up finish, was relentless in its pursuit of the blue medal. The team took the title with a 3-0 (25-21, 25-22, 25-16) win over Northview High School.
I love my kids. Those of you reading this that have children of your own, know exactly what I mean. You know what it is like to walk alongside your kids, through thick and thin, and love them no matter what. Even if you don’t have children of your own, you may have a spouse, significant other, pet, etc., that you just love, and there can be no mistaking it. It’s hard to put into words what that means, and sometimes we can even have trouble knowing exactly how to express it, but we just know it is there.