An open house will be held on Sunday, February 10th from 3:00 – 6:00 pm. Families can stop by the school to take a tour of the classrooms, talk with the principal, and find out more about the programs that ILS has to offer. Those visiting ILS are invited to stay for the movie "RIO" (see post below). We look forward to having you as our guests at both events!
A Family Movie Night will be held on Sunday, February 10th
Immanuel Lutheran School will host a series of informal Open Houses every Wednesday between January 16 to March 6. Anytime between the hours of 9:00 am and 4:00 pm, interested parents have the opportunity to stop by and tour the school, meet with the principal, and see the school in action. Contact the school office (63-239-1636) if you would like more information about these open houses or about ILS.
Registration for the coming school year will be held during the week of January 22. Parents are able to stop by the school office any day during this week between 8:00 am and 3:00 pm or on Tuesday, January 22 between 5:30 and 7:00 pm to register their child(ren). These registration times are open to all interested families – if you are looking for a Christian education for your children or know of a family that may be interested, have them call the school office (636-239-1636) or stop by the office during this week to get more information.
Students at ILS have begun practices for the upcoming Choral Vespers worship service, held on Wednesday, December 19th. Students in Kindergarten through 8th grade will add songs, instrumental music, and spoken recitations to the service as we share the story of Chirstmas! This year’s Choral Vespers service is entitled “Christmas Jubilee”. This classic Christmas worship service centers on the Old Testament concept of the jubilee year – which includes redemption, freedom and restoration – as it describes Christ’s coming. We invite you to join us for this wonderful evening at ILCS!
As a student body, we had the opportunity to practice selfless giving during the past month as we collected items for Operation Christmas Child. Toys, candy, and personal hygeine items were collected and donated by the ILS families. We collected over $700 to offset postage costs as well! Boxes were packed with the help of our Student Council members last week as we prepared them for shipping. In chapel, we dedicated 291 boxes (pictured above) that will leave ILS and be sent to various countries throughout the world which will bring hope, joy, and the Good News of Jesus to the chidren that receive and open them.
Come and enjoy a night of family fun at Trunk or Treat. This PTL sponsored event will be held Sat, October 27th from in Immanuel’s parking lot. Some activities include pumpkin decorating, crafts, and a cupcake walk. Food and drinks will be available for purchase. Trunk or Treat is a free and safe way for the whole family to enjoy Halloween!
ILS started this school year with 210 students in Preschool through 8th grade. Our support to parents in the Christian Education of their children has been a key element to the mission and ministry of Immanuel for the last 150 years.
In honor of our Lord and the past 150 years of blessings, our capital campaign this year is titled, "Serving the Savior". As we kick-off a new annual campaign, we invite you to consider a special gift in support of the ministry of our school. The gifts given through this campaign go to support various capital needs, including the playground, technology, gym renovations, and tuition assistance. In the past three years, over $50,000 has been given to the school. If you are interested in giving a gift to ILS or would like to know more about the "Serving the Savior" campaign, contact Alan Wunderlich (239-4705).
This year, the school children have made a display describing the benefits they see of their Christian Education (see picture to left). Stop by the display in the school lobby and read firsthand how your help and support has touched our students. What a difference Immanuel has made in their lives! We thank you for your past support and humbly ask you to consider supporting ILS once again this year!
September 20th through 22nd is this year’s Apple Butter Cook! Now we need your commitment! In order to make this event run smoothly, we need to fill in approximately 180 slots for various tasks throughout the apple butter event. Tasks include set-up, cutting and coring of apples, stirring the apples while cooking, jarring the apple butter, and the clean-up afterwards. If you are interested in helping out, stop by the sign-up table outside the school office or call the school (239-1636). If you aren’t able to commit during the week, come out on Saturday! What a great way to support the school and get to know more people in our school and church and join in an Immanuel tradition!
Once again, a new school year is upon us and our halls are full of energy as we welcomed students back to ILS. This year we celebrate our 150th year of providing Christian Education to the families in the Washington area through our school! We can't think of a better reason to celebrate! Throughout the school year, we will highlight different activities and events of our past 150 years and share pictures from our archives in our chapel services as well as the weekly newsletter. We are excited to have you alongside us as we continue a long tradition at Immanuel Lutheran and look forward to what God has in store for us in the future!