Board Communication to LCS Families

Sign of the times - The new electronic sign is up and should be operational soon!  Thanks so much for your support and patience as we become and even brighter light to our community.  Special thanks to Kee Construction, Fiske Electric, and Keith Hawk signs for this final push. Thanks also to Mr. Creighton and the HS p.e. classes that worked out with shovels!

Lighting it up inside - Not only are our faculty and students bright, but so is the new lighting in the school.  This is a great investment in our facility that also comes with learning environment benefits as well as economic and ecological ones.  We are working on short and long range plans for other facility needs and wants so keep your eyes peeled.

Prayer - Prayer is a powerful thing and we start each board meeting with a devotion and prayer time.  At the October meeting we reviewed Acts 12:1-11, these verses highlight the power of corporate and community prayer.  We discussed 3 questions;

  1. What do you suppose it would look like if prayer were the defining activity in you life?

  2. What obstacles stand in the way of our making prayer the defining component in our existence as believers, church leaders, and LCS?

  3. What would it take for LCS to be known as the school that prays?

We ask that you pray with us that our faculty and staff may continue to support God and our mission to develop a biblical worldview in our beloved students.  Pray for continued growth in enrollment at LCS so me can impact more lives (and our culture) for Christ. Pray for individuals and organizations that will come along side LCS and invest financially in our mission.

Year end appeal - As we approach the end of another calendar year, consider LCS in your annual donations.  Ask family and friends to consider doing the same. Take advantage of the child care tax credit to maximize your giving.

As we strive to be good stewards of the resources God has provided, we are working diligently to institute best business practices throughout the school.  Standardizing fundraising policies, vendor management strategies, and communication tools are just some of the things we are putting in place.

Vision in Action - After all of the work done by the VIA committee and CACE, Mr. Stoecker has presented the findings and recommendations to the board and the faculty.  Watch for your opportunity to meet with him to discuss these important initiatives.

And, last but not least, be sure to save the date of March 10, 2019 for our second annual Community night.  We will get together from 4-7 p.m. at the Wild Game in south Longmont. It was great last time and will be even greater this time, so you don’t want to miss it.