Monthly News


Monday, February 27, 2017


The Lion Cubs and primary grade students’ fieldtrip to Chabot College to see “Charlotte’s Web,” was wonderful. We arrived on time and the students anxiously waited for the show to begin, and the performance did not disappoint. It was also an adventure to get back to school as it started to rain on us; the students loved it!


Wednesday will bring another busy but exciting month of school activities! As usual, the academics will remain strong mixed in with many events: our parents’ meeting on Friday; the Western Roundup dinner/auction on Saturday, March 25. Post this newsletter or visit our website, to stay abreast of all these happenings and a “BIG THANK YOU” to our webmaster, Mr. Long, for his behind the scene dedication to the school!

Friday, March 3:

Dinner order forms are due.

Parents’ Club meeting at 7:00 p.m. in the chapel followed by refreshments in the Fellowship Hall. Childcare is provided and primary grade students will receive free dress on Thursday, March 16..

Monday, March 6:

Yearbook well-wishes are due.

Tuesday, March 14:

Deadline for pre-registration, 2017/2018, is on this date. After this date, we will open our enrollment up to new families.

Friday, March 17:


Monday, March 20:

Lion Cubs and Kindergarten classes fieldtrip to Chabot College, “Skippy Jon Jones Snow What” 9:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.

Saturday, March 25:

Western Roundup Dinner/Auction Chabot College 4:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.

PARENTS’ CLUB MEETING ~ Friday, March 3, at 7:00 p.m. in the chapel:

Since there is no Parents’ Club Meeting in April, we are hoping to see everyone at the upcoming meeting on Friday. The help of many hands, helps to lighten the load of the teachers and other parents who are helping to ensure the success of our biggest fundraiser. The Parents’ Club is solely responsible for the dinner portion of the Western Roundup Dinner/Auction, and the preschool teachers handle the auction. Mrs. Stump and the teachers have been working hard to organize and make our final fundraiser successful but cannot do it alone! The first and second grade classes will be entertaining us, their parents will host the refreshments in the Fellowship Hall, childcare will be provided, and primary-grade students will receive one free dress for their parents’ attendance!


Don’t forget, we need the count of how many people are attending our family-styled fundraiser so that we may purchase the correct amount of food.  Please send the form in by Friday, March 3!


The deadline for the well-wish pages of the year book is quickly drawing near Monday, March 6. Well-wish money is used to help to defray the cost of the yearbook. Send your child a congratulatory message for doing an awesome job in school this year or just an “I love you” message, and let your parental pride shine!


As you know, Ms. Ho is spearheading the raffle ticket portion of the Western Roundup dinner/auction, and she has mini treats for students when they turn their ticket stubs. In addition, the top five sellers will be treated to a Burger King lunch! It is one the easiest ways to help ensure the success of our final fundraiser. Remember to buy for yourself and “sell, sell, sell” to family members, friends, and co-workers! First prize is $800!!!! Second prize is a Sony Laptop!!!! Third prize is $200!!!! All monies will benefit the students of Lea’s Christian School. If you would like more raffle tickets, please see Ms. Ho. Be sure to watch the raffle-ticket thermometers to see how well we are doing. It’s up in the third/fourth grade classroom’s window.

Have a blessed week, and we’ll see you Friday at the meeting!

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