Blessed 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.
In HIS ministry,
David Kaiser, Principal
Christ the King Lutheran School, Sebewaing/Unionville