at 7040 36th Ave NE , 98115
Intimate, private Christian school in NE Seattle school offering programs for preschool through 8th grade.
Celebrating over 100 years of educational excellence, Concordia Lutheran School has two Northeast Seattle campuses; Wedgwood offers Preschool through 8th grade, Lake City offers Preschool for 2 to 5 year olds.
Don't forget, the rummage sale is this weekend! We still need volunteers to help with setup and running the sale. Let us know if you can help!
Spring Open House tonight at 6:30pm! See you there if you are looking for there right preschool or K-8 for next year.
Tonight is our Celebration of Success. Our K-8 students will be doing some singing, playing instruments and we are showing you a fun project we've been working on using QR readers! Hope to see you there. 6:30pm in the gymnasium.
Thank you to everybody who donated and walked in our JDRF Kids Walk to Cure Diabetes this week. We raised $800! Pictures coming soon.
We just got an update on our walkathon last week that raised funds for JDRF Kids Walk to Cure Diabetes. And, we raised $1000. Good job kids!
Do you know somebody who would be an amazing addition to our administrative team? Concordia Lutheran, Seattle, a Preschool-8th grade school in NE Seattle is looking to hire a full-time administrative assistant starting July 1, 2015. This position requires someone who is friendly, self motivated and positive. As well, they must have strong communication, highly organizational and multi-task skills. Computer skills should include a minimum of: Word, Excel, (with mail merge), email, webpage management and database entry. Please send resume by June 15th to Lisa Meyer or Jodie Laing at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
We made it through another school year! And what an awesome year it was. Have a great summer Concordia families and congrats to our 8th grade graduates. Proud of all of you!
Our halls are quiet but our playground is still full of joy and laughter! It's summer camp time!
Tomorrow, Thursday May 29th, we have our final PTL meeting of the year. Please join us at 8:35 to review the year, plan the budget for 2014-2015 and discuss some fundraising ideas.
This month, for our chapel offering, we are collecting non-perishable food items, new socks and gently used or new blankets to support Tent City in Central Seattle. If you would like to help, please bring these items by May 31st. Thanks!
Have you ordered your yearbook yet? They are just $20 and we only have 20 left. Reserve your copy before it sells out.
Listening to the squeals of the summer camp kids on the playground is reminding us that school starts in two weeks! Can't wait to see all those sweet smiles on the first day and hear the joyful noises from the playground daily.
Did you get your school supply list? You can shop through Amazon Smiles, never leave your house and your $$ will support Concordia! http://smile.amazon.com/ch/91-6007722
Need anything from our office? The school office is open from 9:00-2:00 Monday-Thursday for the month of July.
Our summer camp program is well on its way and the kids are having a blast. There is still room in the elementary age program and we have only two spots available for the week of August 18-22 in our preschool age program. Share with all your friends who are still looking for camps. Contact Pam Curry if you are interested in signing up. firstname.lastname@example.org
How could tomorrow be the last day of school? Summer is coming! Can't wait to see the pics of the kids enjoying Field Day today.
Harrison Jerome, one of our incredible 8th grade graduates wrote this week's minutes. Good job Harrison and congrats! Here are his sweet words... Concordia has been a friend to me all the way. All the teachers have done their part: they were patient, and tried to get us to understand to our best ability about what we were learning. That’s all you can ask from a teacher. But our teachers have gone above and beyond the call of duty to prepare us for high school. That’s what I like about Concordia; all of the students and staff know their limits and try to push us and themselves past them. We can go at our own speed to make sure we get a full understanding of what we’re learning. In a public school, you can’t do this, you move at everyone’s pace. This has prepared us to continue into the real world. I speak for my fellow graduates when I say that we are ready for the next chapter in our lives, and we’ve had all the support possible from our friends, teachers, family, and God. I have received full support in many areas, when I started the rocket club, my endeavor to attend Raisbeck Aviation High School, and also in my everyday life. I am thankful for Concordia, my friends and teachers that have supported me in many ways, from a large-scale trip to Washington D.C., to small gestures of encouragement that get me through tough days. So, as I and my fellow graduates continue on our separate ways, I hope none of us will take for granted what a gift it has been to attend this school, and I hope we will all cherish the memory of the wonderful experiences we had here for the rest of our lives.
We are so proud of our Cardinal Team students who are graduating and moving on to high school. One of our incredible 8th grade students, Lydia Miller, did a great job of expressing the emotions and excitement behind this big event. Thanks Lydia! Wow, where do I begin? I guess I could begin with the beginning. I remember coming to this school when I was in preschool, it was so different. Now I’m about to graduate? That’s crazy. This is the only school I’ve ever known, the only life I’ve ever known. I must say I’m a bit nervous to go on to high school, but let’s not talk about that. Let’s look at all the amazing things that I have learned from this school. Like how this school is my family. All the teachers, staff, and students, they’re my family. I’ve always been in a small class, like my kindergarten class was four and now my graduating class is three. It hasn’t varied much over the years, but I’ve learned that that’s a good thing. Why would being in a giant school with tons of kids be fun? Here, I’ve learned so much responsibility. So much respect and love. I’ve learned that there are other kids and teachers who share my beliefs, and can help me as I grow. I know for certain that I’m going to miss this place. It definitely won’t be as fun. All I hope is that I can come back, and I know I will. I’ll never leave this family, not really. Family is forever, that is probably one of the most important things I have ever learned here. So I look forward to seeing you around for years to come.
Tonight we have our final community night. It's a Celebration of Success! Join us 5/22 at 6:30p to see what each of our teams have been learning about.
Our annual rummage sale is this weekend!! Tons of stuff at amazing prices. 9-4 Sat & Sun. Tell your friends!
Don't forget that this is the last week to donate to our December chapel offering. We are collecting $$, new & like new clothes, toys and shoes for this great organization. Drop off items in the red box or under the tree in the upstairs lobby!
Auction Committee Meeting tomorrow! We would love to have you join us at 6:30pm. See you there!
Don't forget! No school tomorrow 12/1 for or K-8 students. Our teachers will be having a learning day. See you on Tuesday, 12/2.