Important Office Updates:
A co-curricular fee of $175 is due in the office by December 3.
School buildings are locked by 4:00 p.m. every day; supervision and student safety is our first priority. Only those students staying after school for practice should be on campus after hours. All students on campus after 4 p.m. will be asked to wait in the 200 building (Ms. Reverman’s room) with a staff member until practice begins. Students will need to make sure they take backpacks and personal belongings with them. Students will not be allowed into other buildings after 4 p.m.
Experience Concordia Day - Friday November 30
What is it?
We want to showcase our high school by inviting prospective 9-12th graders on campus for a half day where they will eat lunch, attend chapel, hear from alumni and engage in several activities led by faculty and students.
What’s in it for me?
We are excited to show off our high school, and who better than you, our students, to do this? If you invite a friend to Concordia Day and they attend the event, you'll be able to choose a gift card. In addition, you'll be entered to win a larger prize!
We need YOU!
What are you waiting for? Let’s get the word out! Postcards are available to help you spread the news about Concordia Day; they also have information regarding registration. Pick them up in the office or see Mrs. Larsen.
Kevin Kozakowski, a former Hawk and pre-med graduate from Gordon College, is available to tutor students in math and science. He has experience working with a wide variety of learners and would love to assist our current students. If you are interested in tutoring assistance for your student, please call Libby Glasser at 253-284-4433 to obtain contact info.
Important High School Updates:
11/30 - Experience Concordia Day
11/30 - 9th-12th grades NOON DISMISSAL