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Teaching Friendship Skills in Preschool

By Amy Crouse | April 26, 2021

Growing a Garden of Goodness, not a Palace of Perfection Parenting preschoolers in the realm of friendships takes time. Aside from Christ, nobody is perfect, so show your child grace as they navigate the tricky nuances of building relationships. Here are some tips to help guide you through some of the challenges that come with…

Mark Jedrzejczyk

Zoom, the Pandemic, & the Death of Sacred Spaces

By Megan Wells | April 21, 2021

Recently Assistant Principal of Instruction in the CLS Upper School, Mark Jedrzejczyk, wrote a thought-provoking article that was published in The Imaginative Conservative, an online journal for those who seek the True, the Good, and the Beautiful.  Like a sunny spring morning that promises warmth but becomes a cold rainstorm, technology makes one promise but delivers…

One-to-One

By Megan Wells | April 12, 2021

Middle and High School students at Christian Life School (CLS) recently went one-to-one (1:1) with Google Chromebooks. Students in grades 7-12 were issued their own computers to use as needed in classes and at home without needing to return them each day.  Previously the school had 10-12 Chrome Carts that were shared amongst classes. Dr.…

Theatre is for Everyone

By Jeff Langley | April 6, 2021

Why Theatre is for Everyone By: Jeff Langley, CLS Theatre Arts Director For me, the choice to do theatre was an easy one. No other experience I’d tried had quite the same sparkle. I never felt so invigorated and motivated as I did when faced with the unique challenges of putting on a play.  But…

Morning Routine Tips

By Heather Descourouez | March 24, 2021

By: Heather Descourouez, Assistant to Upper School Principals Showers and breakfast and meltdowns-oh my! Weekday mornings…ugh. Trying to get everyone out of the door in the morning can be rough. I am NOT a morning person so trying to survive while not ruining everyone’s mood for the day can be even more difficult. Many years…

Teaching in a pandemic

Teaching in a Pandemic

By Beth Feest | March 18, 2021

Reflections from a Teacher During Unprecedented Times By: Beth Feest, Upper School Social Studies Teacher As we approach the 1 year anniversary of the Covid-19 shutdown, I’ve been doing quite a bit of thinking back and analyzing all that has transpired in the past 12 months.   Obviously Covid-19 caused a dramatic upheaval for all…

And the Survey Says…

By Megan Wells | March 12, 2021

In an effort to continuously improve and grow, Christian Life School (CLS) recently sent out a satisfaction survey to all parents with a request for honest feedback. The survey included 36 questions with five categories: strongly agree, agree, neither agree nor disagree, disagree, and strongly disagree. Numerous questions were included within the following topics: service,…

Balance in a Digital World

By Mary Grubb | March 9, 2021

By Mary Grubb Finding Balance in a Digital World Technology is at our fingertips! Everywhere we look, no matter where we are, we can access the Internet. We can be online with friends, be on social media, and watch or read the news with just a click. Our access is instantaneous and with each passing…

Celebrating 100 Years

By Megan Wells | March 1, 2021

CLS CELEBRATES 100 YEARS OF STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT & INNOVATION WITH THE NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY Kenosha, Wisconsin, 1 March 2021 — Christian Life School is proud to join thousands of schools from around the world to celebrate the centennial anniversary of the National Honor Society (NHS). Since its inception in 1921, NHS has been a pioneer…

Spring Open House

By Megan Wells | February 23, 2021

Christian Life School will be hosting their Spring Open House on Monday, March 1 from 5:30-7:00pm. Prospective families are invited to visit the school, meet staff and students, get a tour, and get answers to pressing questions. Registration is requested and can be done HERE. Christian Life School is a K2-12th grade college-preparatory school with…

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