The school day runs from 7:40 am - 2:10 pm, Monday through Friday. The school must be notified before 7:40 am each day that your child will be absent. (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Each day begins with prayer and a study of God's Word and how it applies to our daily life. For grades 1-4, this primarily focuses on learning Bible stories. The older children focus on topical lessons with applications as well as catechism instruction dedicated to learning Biblical doctrines. Other subjects taught include: Reading, Mathematics, English, Social Studies, Science, Spanish, Art, Music, and Physical Education.
Parent-teacher conferences are scheduled after the first and third quarter. Other conferences can be scheduled at any time by contacting the teacher. You may also request a phone conference as needed.
The following symbols are used for grade reporting in daily subjects:
A – Excellent
B – Good
C – Average
D – Below Average
F – Failure
The following symbols are used for grade reporting in selected areas (work habits, conduct, etc.):
E – Exceptional
S – Satisfactory
N – Needs Improvement
U – Unsatisfactory
Students in grades 3-8 have the opportunity to participate in some extra-curricular activities. Activities include:
FALL: volleyball (girls), soccer (co-ed), cross country (co-ed)
WINTER: basketball (both boys and girls), dance team (girls)
SPRING: track and field (both boys and girls), bowling (co-ed)
Students in 5-8th grades also may participate in the Spelling Bee, Math Bowl, Forensics competitions.
Hot lunch is available each day through catering from Premier Catering. Students have the opportunity to sign up for lunches on a weekly basis, ordering as many or as few as they wish. Three options are available: HOT MEAL, SANDWICH, or a SALAD. You do not need to order lunch every day - you choose based on the menu.
Anoka-Hennepin District 11 provides busing for Kindergarten through 8th grade students living within District 11 boundaries. The week before school starts, you will be notified by mail of the bus pick up time and other necessary bus information.
Those living outside District 11 will need to provide their own transportation.
On days when District 11 busses will not be running, parents must provide transportation for their child to and from school.
If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact the school office at 763-786-0637 or email@example.com.
Registration and tuition information.