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From the Principal for 12/10/17

 

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God’s Warmest Blessings to you from Christ the King Lutheran School. CTK would like to thank all those adults who came to worship with us at the first Advent in the Afternoon service led by Pastor Boyer. We pray that God would lead so many more adults that they outnumber the students who attend the worship service. Thank you to Pastor Boyer for conducting chapel. We just hope that small, tiny baby Jesus made it home to your house. Chapel services will be held in the afternoon at the Sebewaing campus. Advent in the Afternoon will allow you to come at 2:25 PM and attend an Advent service with Christ the King Lutheran School. This will also be taking place on December 20th. There will still be an Advent service at 7 PM at Immanuel and St. Paul if you need a later time for worship. The Unionville Campus will still hold chapel at its regular time of 9:30 AM on Wednesday on those days. If you have any questions, please feel free to give the school a call.

Christ the King Lutheran School would like to invite you to our Christmas programs this year.

There are two different Christmas programs, one held at Unionville campus and one held at Sebewaing campus. The Unionville Campus Christmas Program will be led by the Preschool-First Grade students. There will again be two different programs. The first program will be taking place on Friday, December 15th at 10 AM. The second program will take place on Sunday, December 17th with the program taking place at 4 PM. The Sebewaing Campus Christmas Program will be led by the Second-Eighth Grade students. This will be taking place on Wednesday, December 20th, starting at 7 PM. We invite you to come and watch our students share the love of Jesus Christ.

CTK is also proud to announce the newest Ruth and Isaac award winners for the month of November. The Ruth award winner is Miss Mia Stecker from the 7th grade. She was nominated by Mr. Bunke. The Isaac award winner is Mr. Tripp Payne from 1st grade. He was nominated by Mrs. Kaiser. CTK is proud of their newest award winners. Both Mia and Tripp received a cross from Marxhausens Creative Woodworking to celebrate their awards.

Christ the King Student Council has extended its food drive one more week. We are asking for either dry goods or canned goods to be delivered to either school campus. These donations will be given directly to the St. Paul Care and Share Food Pantry in Unionville. If you are planning to bring in some donations, please know that this Friday is the deadline.

Mr. McGathy gained entry into the Sebewaing campus (somehow) this week while the elves came out of hiding at the Unionville campus. If you have the chance and would like to experience the 8th Grade decorating, please come and see their efforts. Mr. McGathy allowed the 8th grade class to decorate the hallways again. The elves transformed the hallways at Unionville into a Christmas Wonderland as well so the little ones can experience a small change in their campus too!

Christ the King is praying for God’s glorious tidings to be with you this Advent season.

I pray that you make a difference in God’s ministry this week.

In HIS ministry,

David Kaiser, Principal

Christ the King Lutheran School, Sebewaing/Unionville

From the Principal for 12/3/17

nullI need to ask for prayers of celebration to God please. There was a car accident on Monday night involving one of OUR CTK families and the other car included an infant. A mistake was made by the other car. But here is the celebration part - while the devil was able to cause total destruction to both vehicles, we celebrate because no one died. Other than rattled nerves and a few bumps and bruises (including the baby), everyone survived this horrific ordeal. Please say a prayer of thanks that one of OUR CTK families is able to celebrate life, is able to revel in Christmas fellowship, and praise the arrival of a different baby, Jesus Christ. Thank you God for allowing this family to kiss their loved ones goodnight one more time.

CTK then needs to thank you for supporting our families who struggle financially. Thirteen families applied for scholarships this year. Obviously I was concerned because the scholarship fund was not at the level it has been in the past. I knew that God would provide, but I also had a small seed of doubt to think that this would be the year where CTK would not be able to help all of its families.  Please remember that the CTK scholarship fund is a fund that is supported through private donations and memorials. No money is budgeted for this school account. The day before scholarships were awarded, a check was received by an anonymous family which raised the fund over $20,000 for the year. This put a smile on my heart. The scholarship committee met and awarded $16,630 to families in need. To God be the glory, Amen.

Christ the King would like to invite all of you to its Wednesday chapel services. Starting next week for the entire Advent season, Immanuel Lutheran Church and CTK will be offering a different worship experience. Starting December 6th, chapel services will be held in the afternoon at the Sebewaing campus. Advent in the Afternoon will allow you to come at 2:25 PM and attend an Advent service with Christ the King Lutheran School. This will also be taking place on December 13th and 20th. We pray that you come and enjoy this worship experience with us. There will still be an Advent service at 7 PM at Immanuel if you need a later time. The Unionville Campus will still hold chapel at its regular time of 9:30 AM on Wednesday on those days. If you have any questions, please feel free to give the school a call.

CTK would also like to offer a different invitation as well. Valley Lutheran will be holding a cottage meeting for all parents in Grades 5-8 today at 3 PM. This will be a meeting where you are able to hear about the Valley Lutheran High School experience and see if this might be something you would like your child to experience. This will be happening in the cafeteria at CTK, Sebewaing. Please think about taking some time and listening to Mrs. Sondra Yantz and her contingent from Valley Lu.

Finally, it is my pleasure to invite you to one last worship event. The students have begun practicing for the Christ the King Lutheran School Christmas programs. There are two different Christmas programs, one held at Unionville campus and one held at Sebewaing campus. The Unionville Campus Christmas Program will be led by the Preschool-First Grade students. There will again be two different programs. The first program will be taking place on Friday, December 15th at 10 AM. The second program will take place on Sunday, December 17th with the program taking place at 4 PM. The Sebewaing Campus Christmas Program will be led by the Second-Eighth Grade students. This will be taking place on Wednesday, December 20th, starting at 7 PM. We invite you to come and watch our students share the love of Jesus Christ.

I pray that you make a difference in God’s ministry this week.

In HIS ministry,

David Kaiser, Principal

Christ the King Lutheran School, Sebewaing/Unionville

December Notes from CTK

nullBlessed Greetings from Christ the King Lutheran School. It is CTK’s hope that you are preparing your hearts for the Christmas season as the Christ child will be the best gift you receive this year. CTK would like to invite you to join the students of Christ the King Lutheran School at Sebewaing on Wednesday afternoons for an Advent chapel service. This will be taking place at Immanuel Lutheran Church with the service beginning at 2:25 PM. Please come and join our students who will be worshipping their Lord and Savior throughout the Advent season. The chapel services held at the Unionville campus will continue to be held at 9:30 AM on each of the Wednesdays.

CTK would also like to announce that the student Christmas programs are arriving very soon. The Unionville Campus Christmas Program will be led by the Preschool-First Grade students. There will again be two different programs. The first program will be taking place on Friday, December 15th at 10 AM. The second program will take place on Sunday, December 17th with the program taking place at 4 PM. The Sebewaing Campus Christmas Program will be led by the Second-Eighth Grade students. This will be taking place on Wednesday, December 20th, starting at 7 PM. We invite you to come and watch our students share the love of Jesus Christ.

The first quarter has ended. Here is the listing of the Principal’s List and Honor Roll for CTK:

 

A STUDENT MUST MAINTAIN A GRADE POINT OF 3.67 OR HIGHER IN ALL CORE SUBJECTS TO QUALIFY FOR THE PRINCIPAL’S HONOR ROLL. * INDICATES ALL A’S

GRADE FIVE: Dalton Anderson, Eli Kaiser, Channing Kuhl, *Lily Mammel, Blair McIntosh, Parker

Ritchey, Jeffersen Schuette, Noah Shelson, Chloe Smith, Connor Sonntag, Carter Toft, Will Welch, Courtney Zuzga GRADE SIX: Taylor Alderson, Veronica Brink, Kayla Eremia, Jenna Gremel, Grace Herman, Emma Hoy, Evalinn Monforton, Ella Neumann, Konnor Olson, *Alberta Reinbold, Rachel Sattelberg, Brittney Sting, *Claire VanTol, Hanna Welch GRADE SEVEN: Madison Gettel, Seth Gremel, *Carson Holland, *Olivia Jubar, *Kelsey Nitz, Gabriella Reinbold, Kennedy Schember, *Rainey Schuette, Keaton Shelson, Mia Stecker, JoAn Welch, Riley Werschky GRADE Eight: Joshua Eurich, Emma Kaiser, Ruby Kauffold, *Brooklynn Kuhl, Dawson Kuhl,

*Adam Maust, Anna Prime, *Macy Reinhardt, *Emma VanTol, Bailey Weir

HONOR ROLL WITH GRADE POINT OF 3.17 – 3.66 GRADE FIVE: Ethan Bohn, Gavin Hoy, Gabriel Payne GRADE SIX: Benjamin Abke, Jayden Wilson GRADE SEVEN: Michael Lutz, Zachary Scholtz

GRADE EIGHT: Bryce MacFarlane

COLLIDE would like to let families know that there will be a winter dance for junior students on Thursday, December 21st. Please watch the church bulletin for more details to this fun evening. Formal attire is required to attend this event.

CTK will be holding Christmas Spirit Week from Monday, Dec. 18th, through Thursday, Dec. 21st. Again, please watch the bulletin and school newsletter for details as to what theme days will be so you can show your CTK spirit. Christ the King Lutheran School will be closing for the Christmas Break on Friday, December 22nd.

If you have a good deal of basketball IQ, Mrs. Katie Gremel and I would love to talk with you. CTK is looking for a boys’ coach for the A-team. If you are interested in coaching the boys’ team and love to work with these young men, please let Mrs. Gremel or myself know.

Finally, CTK would like to thank those people who support it financially. Recently, the CTK scholarships were awarded to school families who were struggling financially. The scholarship fund had less donations this year than in previous years. The day before the scholarship meeting took place, God provided a substantial donation to the scholarship fund. To God be the glory! Knowing that God provided, we continued to allocate monies to the families.

I ask that you would continue to support Christ the King most importantly through your prayer life. Please begin praying for each of the talented teachers at CTK. Please prayer for the support staff at CTK, including Mrs. Mammel, the cooks, and the janitors. Finally, please pray for the pastors who help spiritually lead OUR school towards Gods glory.

  I pray that you make a difference in God’s ministry this week.null

  In HIS ministry,

  David Kaiser, Principal

  Christ the King Lutheran School, Sebewaing/Unionville

 

Highlights from CTK's Newsletter for 11/20

CTK STUDENTS ACHIEVING, WINNING AWARDS

I love it when I get a chance to “promote” (BRAG) CTK in regards to OUR students and their accomplishments. Here is one of those times…Maddie Gettel, a member of Superheroes In Training 4-H Club, attended the 4-H Fall Family Social in Kinde and was presented a plaque from Michigan 4-H Youth Development, TSS Photography, and Huron Co. MSU Extension. Her photography entry into the Huron County Division at this year's Huron Community Fair in August, won her Best of Show. She represented her group alongside 33 other Huron County 4-H clubs with several MSU staff, County dignitaries, Fair Board members, and area business owners in attendance. Maddie says it was an amazing experience to see what is possible through 4-H and an honor to receive Best of Show in a project she loves. She thanked our very own photographer extraordinaire, Chuck McGathy, for inspiring her, group leaders Mrs. Schuette, Mrs. Martens & Mrs. Roggenbuck for their hard work and encouragement, and her fellow 4-H members for always making it FUN! She looks forward to next year's still projects and hopefully raising swine again.

ROBOTICS AND LEGO TEAM COMPETITIONS

NICE JOB FIRST ROBOTICS Team - Beginning in August, Christ the King’s very own FIRST Tech Challenge (FTC) Robotics team, Christ Connectors, has had a very busy season preparing for competitions this fall. FTC is the next step up from FIRST Lego League, requiring teams to build an 18”x18”x18” robot to compete with an alliance team simultaneously with two other opposing teams. Points are gained by accomplishing numerous tasks on a floor playing field. It is so much more than building robots, though. Teams must also raise funds, design and market their team brand, and do community outreach. This is the first year Christ Connectors has competed at this level.

Their first qualifying event took place on November 18th at Bullock Creek High School, and the hard work was evident as the Christ Connectors walked away with a 4 th place finish out of 32 teams. They were also chosen by the 2nd place team to compete in their alliance in the playoffs and worked their way up to the championship round, finishing in second place. The second qualifying event took place this past Saturday at Marysville Middle School south of Port Huron. Alliances are randomly picked for the first five matches and some of our neighbor teams had difficulties. Our team still enjoyed the day finishing the matches in 18th place out of 36 teams. The coveted Inspire Award is the top award given in FTC and automatically advances a team to States. It is an all-encompassing award recognizing a team for its robot design and efficiency, engineering notebook, outreach, and to the judges represents a ‘role model’ FTC team. Our Christ Connectors team was presented with the second place Inspire Award, and because of that were the third highest team to qualify and advance to the State level from the Marysville competition. The State Tournament will be held on December 15- 16 at the Kellogg Arena in Battle Creek, MI. Not bad for a rookie team. Way To Go, Christ Connectors!

Here is an announcement from the LEGO team: Come on out and cheer for our LEGO team on Saturday, Dec. 2nd. The competition will begin at 9 AM at the Freeland Public School complex. The students have worked really hard on their robots and are ready to compete against the other teams in the state. Competition rounds begin at 9 AM and 1 PM. Go Cerebral Athletes!!! Address in Freeland: 8250 Webster Rd., Freeland, 48623. THE

SPORTING NEWS: by Mrs. Gremel (CTK’s Athletic Director)

Mrs. Gremel and I are looking for a coach. This is for the A-boys’ basketball team this time. If you have a passion for sports and a little more sports knowledge than the average Joe, we would like to see you on the side of the court this January. Please let her or I know as soon as possible. Thanks.

FROM VLHS

VLHS is calling all current 7th and 8th Grade students to VLHS for its annual Fall Information Night on Tuesday, Nov. 28th at 7 PM. The event is a great way to receive a guided tour of Valley, meet fellow students, teachers, and to hear about all the great happenings that you could be part of at Valley Lu. No RSVP are needed - simply come and enjoy a fun, relaxed evening. Valley Lu is located at 3560 McCarty Road. Any questions can be emailed to Mrs. Sondra Yantz, student recruiter, at syantz@vlhs.com or by calling the school office at 989-790-1676.

What is important about 12/3 @ 3 PM? This is when Valley Lutheran will be holding a cottage meeting for all parents in Grades 5-8. This will be a meeting where you are able to hear about the Valley Lutheran High School experience and see if this might be something you would like your child to experience. This will be happening in the cafeteria at CTK, Sebewaing. Please think about taking some time and listening to Mrs. Sondra Yantz and her contingent from Valley Lu.

VLHS Cottage Meeting 12/3

Valley Lutheran Cottage Meeting Sunday, Dec. 3, 3:00 p.m.

nullWhat is important about 12/3 @ 3 PM? This is when Valley Lutheran will be holding a cottage meeting for all parents in Grades 5-8. This will be a meeting where you are able to hear about the Valley Lutheran High School experience and see if this might be something you would like your child to experience. This will be happening in the cafeteria at CTK, Sebewaing. Please think about taking some time and listening to Mrs. Sondra Yantz and her contingent from Valley Lu.

 

 

 

From the Principal for 11/12/17

Excerpts from CTK's Weekly Newsletter for the Week of 11/6

Chapel Offerings for November Go to LCC K-9 Comfort Dogs

Don’t forget about the puppies!!! Yes, this is my desperate way of asking you to continue to show your children good stewardship by giving regular chapel offerings to CTK. The chapel offering dipped a little this month. CTK students have given a total of $876. This is great news. I also know that we had a Coin War which looks like it did fairly well too. We have one more month of offerings before we write a check to the LCC K-9 Comfort Dogs.

Fall Canned & Dry Goods Drive to Support St. Paul's Care & Share

The Student Council would like to announce the start of their annual Fall Canned Goods & Dry Goods Drive. The drive will directly impact the St. Paul Care and Share Food Pantry. Students should bring in their canned goods to their classroom. Once the Book Fair is over, the drive will move to the hallways where the Coin War took place. This will run until Thanksgiving Break.

Upcoming Fundraiser: Magazine Subscription Sales

Similar to books, CTK will be holding a magazine sale. This will be taking place from Nov. 13th through Nov. 27th. Students are encouraged to sell magazine subscriptions to friends, family, and perhaps, even parent colleagues. Any monies raised during this fundraiser will be credited to your family balance at CTK. Just doing the online portion may produce results for your child. It took about fifteen minutes last year and the Eli Kaiser sold to five more people than what he would have just selling face to face. Packets will be coming home.

Honor Roll Breakfast Monday, Movember 13

Awesome Job in the First Quarter CTK!!! I have reached out to Mrs. Julie Mammel. She has told me to relax because the Honor Roll Breakfast will be taking place on Monday, November 13th at 7:30 AM. The Honor Roll Breakfast is a way to recognize the students in Grades 5-8 who have earned their way onto the Honor Roll or Principal’s List. Sorry, siblings will have to wait because this is for parents and Honor Roll students only. The food is always great and the jokes are always…well, let’s just say I am consistent with my humor.

Student Council Decree: Camo Day November 15

Ollie Ollie Oxen Free!!! Come out, come out, wherever you are! Student Council has assigned for November 15th to be Camo Day at CTK. Please have your student dress up in appropriate camo and celebrate school spirit at CTK. Thank you to the Student Council for this fun way to be part of CTK.

Help Immanuel's Mary Martha Guild Support CTK

If I can dress us in a pretty princess unicorn costume, then you need to step up in a different way. Mrs. Mammel has a different request for the parents of Christ the King Lutheran School. The Mary Martha Guild of Immanuel Lutheran School will be hosting a Cookie Walk with all profits going to the Sebewaing Campus heating system. The Ladies of the Guild are requesting CTK families to make a couple dozen cookies (Ed. Note - or 14 dozen is OK too). These ladies do so many things in the background for CTK. This is another event that they are raising funds for OUR school. It is my hope that you are able to bake cookies. If you have no baking talent, then again wear your stretchy pants and purchase the cookies that have 50 calories in them. Mr. Dale Truemner has already told me that he will be making at least 6 dozen with his favorite nephew, Cody, this Saturday. Cookies should be brought to school on Friday, Nov. 17th, or to Sebewaing Township Hall by 11 AM on Sat., Nov. 18th. The Cookie Walk is from noon to 4 PM. I must say that if cookies are walking, either Tinkerbell is in the area or the cookies need to be baked longer. Don’t groan - you haven’t read the punchline to the joke yet!

Immanuel's TIMEOUT Group Chili Cookoff & Soup Lunch

Please take a look at the flyer attached to the end of the newsletter. The TIMEOUT Group from Immanuel Lutheran will be hosting its 2nd Annual Chili Cookoff and Soup Lunch. This will be taking place from noon to 5 PM (or until they sell out). This will be happening in the Great Room at Immanuel. A free-will donation will be taken with 100% of the profits going to the CTK Heating System. Read the flyer for new other exciting activities for this year.

Sports News

Parents of a Basketballer…I wanted to let you know that Mrs. Gremel has scheduled sports pictures for Thursday, November 30th. These will take place right after school. Please make sure that they bring their uniform and shoes for pictures. Yes, please check their bags so no phone calls are needed…lol.

The basketball teams have two different games this week. Both games are away this week. The first game of the season is at Frankenmuth on Tuesday. The girls play first starting at 4:30 PM. The boys are roughly an hour later. The second game will be on Friday. Since this is a Friday game, the games start at 6 PM. Please come out and cheer on your Knights and don’t forget to wear your navy blue and grey!

Beyond CTK

From Bay Shore Camp

I just received a postcard from our friends at Bay Shore Camp. They will again be offering a Living Nativity on Saturday, December 2nd from 5 - 7:30 PM. This family event is FREE to the public. “Come and celebrate the One True King; the REAL reason for the season; Jesus Christ and his birth!” Hope to see you there.

From Valley Lutheran

7 th and 8th Grade Parents - VLHS is calling all current 7th and 8th Grade students to VLHS for its annual Fall Information Night on Tuesday, Nov. 28th at 7 PM. The event is a great way to receive a guided tour of Valley, meet fellow students, teachers, and to hear about all the great happenings that you could be part of at Valley Lu. No RSVP are needed - simply come and enjoy a fun, relaxed evening. Valley Lu is located at 3560 McCarty Road. Any questions can be emailed to Mrs. Sondra Yantz, student recruiter, at syantz@vlhs.com or by calling the school office at 989-790-1676.

What is important about 12/3 @ 3 PM? This is when Valley Lutheran will be holding a cottage meeting for all parents in Grades 5-8. This will be a meeting where you are able to hear about the Valley Lutheran High School experience and see if this might be something you would like your child to experience. This will be happening in the cafeteria at CTK, Sebewaing. Please think about taking some time and listening to Mrs. Sondra Yantz and her contingent from Valley Lu.

Support CTK with Your Holiday Shopping

I would like to remind you that now is a great time to begin stocking up on SCRIP cards for Christmas and other famous festivities, like the Buy Tressa Roemer a New Car Holiday. This is another way that you are able to earn money to reduce the student fees on your account. If you do order Amazon, please register for the Amazon Smile program. This will give a percentage back to our 501C3 that supports OUR school, the Knights for a Brighter Tomorrow. While you are making your everyday and holiday purchases and throughout the year, simply enter amazon at this link: https://smile.amazon.com/.

November News from CTK

From our Principal, Mr. David Kaiser

nullGood Day from Christ the King Lutheran School. CTK has a few announcements to pass onto you. The 8th grade class was able to take part in its second servant event. They traveled to Bay City to Good Samaritan Rescue Mission. While they were there, they packed over 500 hygiene kits to be given away at a food drive in Bay City. Mrs. Jill Bair was pleased with the efficiency and production of our 8th grade students. Mrs. Bair messaged me back to let me know that next year, she will need over 600 packs completed because they ran out of the kits. 

Not to be outdone, the 5th grade students were recruited to help pick up black walnuts that had fallen at the Sebewaing campus. Mr. McGathy and Mr. Truemner had asked for their help. Both the students and two servants of God, Mr. Rod Truemner and Mr. Harold Gremel, were able to move an estimated 4,000 pounds of walnuts. The fifth grade was running out of gas when I went in and recruited a second class to help with the walnut elimination. The 2nd grade class was more than willing to help pick up the nuts too. Thank you to our Squirrel Squad for making mowing at the Sebewaing campus a little less bumpy.

There were several field trips that happened since the last newsletter. The preschool class went to Kohl farms. First Grade went to Miller’s Apple Orchard. Fifth Grade had their annual field trip to Bay City to the planetarium, antique mall, and of course, the Nut House. The Sixth through Eighth Grade classes traveled to Saginaw to watch a series of short story plays based upon the writings of Edgar Allan Poe. 

Annie Bowman, a fourth grade student at Christ the King Lutheran School in Sebewaing, has been selected to participate in "Be a Senator for a Day" Contest, held by the office of Phil Pavlov.  She was chosen from the entries at the Sebewaing Township Library, after the summer reading program was completed.  She will be traveling to the Capitol building in Lansing on October 19.  During her visit there, she will be treated to lunch, a tour of the Capitol building and a lesson on Michigan's history.  After that, she will be sworn in, as all newly elected officials, on the Michigan Senate Chamber Floor, as a Junior Senator for the day.  As part of her responsibilities, she, along with other Junior Senators, will take part in a committee hearing.  They will have an opportunity to listen to the positives and negatives of a bill.  Once testimony from each side of the issue is given, she will have time to ask questions, give opinions, and then vote on the topic.

The 4th graders raised funds for the Veteran's Homeless Shelter in Akron through a classroom coin war.  The donation will be given to the shelter for Veteran's day this November.  Each class had their own jugs in the hallway to collect their coins.  The object of the war is to collect as many pennies as you can.  Other grades can put silver coins in your jug though and it deducts pennies from the total penny count, but adds to the total amount. This is another creative way that our students minister to others.

The fall sports seasons wrapped up on Saturday, October 21st. The volleyball girls fell short in their tournament. The soccer team gave it their all and fell short in the Silver Championship. Thank you again to Ms. Canfield, Mrs. Anderson, Mrs. Neumann, Mrs. Sattelberg as well as to Mr. Kuhl for coaching and inspiring our young men and women of God. The B-basketball season will begin on November 7th.

A special note to our veterans who are reading this: On Thursday, November 9, Christ the King Lutheran School will once again be hosting our Veterans Day Program at 9:30 a.m. at the Sebewaing Campus.  If you have served in a branch of the military, even if it was not during a time of war, please come and join us.  You also do not have to have a connection to a student at Christ the King to attend.  Your presence is a “living history” of your time of service to our country.  We can teach this through books, but you have an amazing story to share.  If you have special memorabilia to also share, we would appreciate it.  Some people have worn their uniform, hat, special shirt, or special medallions.  Thank you for your service!  We look forward to seeing you soon.

The end of the 1st quarter is hurtling towards us. November 3rd marks the end of the quarter. Report cards will be handed out soon after. And of course, parent-teacher conferences will be on Nov. 9th and Nov. 10th. 

One small note about a way to help support OUR school: We all shop Amazon!  Whether you have Amazon Prime, or you simply shop at Amazon this is a great way to earn a little extra money that benefits Christ the King school.  What’s even better is that it costs you nothing!  While you are making your everyday and holiday purchases and throughout the year, simply enter amazon at this link:  https://smile.amazon.com/.  Log in from that site as you normally would and search for Knights for a Brighter Tomorrow, Sebewaing, MI, select them to be the recipient of the donation from Amazon. When you complete your purchase Amazon makes a small contribution for the benefit of Christ the King School.  Those funds are used to provide many of the things our students need and again it costs you nothing.  What a simple way to make a big difference without spending more money.  

Ladies and Gentlemen, on behalf of the faculty, staff, and students of Christ the King Lutheran School, thank you for making the sacrifices you do in order to keep the word of Jesus Christ present in the lives of OUR young disciples on a daily basis. Please continue to pray for CTK and OUR students. You are truly a blessing to us.

null     God’s blessings and peace. 

     Sincerely, 

     David Kaiser

     Principal of Christ the King Lutheran School

 

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