Spirit Week

March 8-12 is Spirit Week at LCS. Go Falcons! Read full story to see the calendar for each day's theme (elementary/secondary).

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It is incumbent on Livingston Christian Schools to train young Christian men and women to apply the truth of Scripture in their homes, their future careers, and in all of life and knowledge. Christian education calls for an educational process that puts the Bible at the center and asks the student to evaluate all he sees in the world through the eyes of God-because God is Truth. All must conform to Him or it is not Truth. Jesus said, “I am the Way, the Truth, and the Life.” (John 14:6) In true Christian education, students, parents, and teachers learn to use the Bible to evaluate all of life. The Bible is life; it is the Living Word.
 
There is an important difference between a Christian and a secular viewpoint on any given subject. Even though knowledge is factually the same for both, no subject can be taught in the totality of its truth if the Creator is ignored or denied. Knowledge is purified by the recognition of God’s place in it. No other approach can be wholly God -honoring for parents and children as this approach through Scripture.
 
Parents and children in the school consider the Word of God clear in making Christian parents responsible for the education of their children. Education is not limited to the counsels of God revealed in His Word, but does include the counsels of God revealed in His world. These parents want their children to be educated at home and school with the consciousness that all truth is God’s truth, including history and geography, science, music, and the arts. Jesus Christ is to be central in all learning and living.

From the Desk of Mr. Nast

Last fall one of our teachers requested approval to show our juniors and seniors a video entitled “The Social Dilemma,’” one of which I was unaware.  After watching it I encouraged the teacher to proceed with utilizing it in her classes.  Most of you know I am neither “techy” nor a supporter of social media.  After watching the video, which delves into the habit forming and time consuming products that we and our children have at our fingertips, I came away with a deeper conviction to cautioning our students about the underlying intent of the industry and the effects it has on many who venture into its grasp.  The video contains three words that are not representative of LCS or a Christian life, so I hesitate to be dogmatic about suggesting you take the time to watch it.  However, if you are willing to, as adults, look beyond those words you will find a plethora of information that will inform you of things that may help you guide your children - maybe even yourself.  It is available on Netflix and youtube.
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Spirit Week

March 8-12 is Spirit Week at LCS. Go Falcons! Read full story to see the calendar for each day's theme (elementary/secondary).

Open Enrollment at LCS

Open Enrollment Season at LCS began February 1, 2021 and will continue until classes are full....some are closer to that than others so don't delay! Submit your application for enrollment to begin or continue the process to join the Falcon Family. An enrollment fee of $100, payable to LCS, is required to process the application. We will schedule visits and interviews for applicants in the early spring. Questions should be directed to office@livingstonchristianschools.org

Falcon Fast Lane

Have you noticed that the LCS website's homepage has added a podcast icon? Check out the latest episode and catch up the ones you may have missed.

The Social Dilemma

A news highlight of Mr Nast's most recent FTDOMN: Last fall one of our teachers requested approval to show our juniors and seniors a video entitled “The Social Dilemma,’” one of which I was unaware. After watching it I encouraged the teacher to proceed with utilizing it in her classes. Most of you know I am neither “techy” nor a supporter of social media. After watching the video, which delves into the habit forming and time consuming products that we and our children have at our fingertips, I came away with a deeper conviction to cautioning our students about the underlying intent of the industry and the effects it has on many who venture into its grasp. The video contains three words that are not representative of LCS or a Christian life, so I hesitate to be dogmatic about suggesting you take the time to watch it. However, if you are willing to, as adults, look beyond those words you will find a plethora of information that will inform you of things that may help you guide your children - maybe even yourself. It is available on Netflix and youtube.

Please Join our Prayer Partners

Mrs. Carol Cook has led a group of parents for the last few years who are committed to praying for our students, staff, board and the various needs of the school. Moms in Prayer quietly has done and continues to do a yeoman’s job of supporting the school in this critical ministry. This is Mrs. Cook’s final year at the school, as her youngest child will be graduating and moving on to college. If you feel prayer is a ministry you would like to become involved in or lead please contact the office and they will put you in touch with Mrs. Cook. Next Sunday evening at 5:00 we will be praying as a school for all things LCS and thanking God for all he has done and is continuing to bless us with this year. We will meet in room 6 at 5:00 p..m. and finish by 6:00 p.m. We’d love to have you join us. Just drop in and enjoy the hearts of other LCS families as we acknowledge the importance of God in our school.

Chapman's Chit Chat

Miss Chapman has a variety of books to choose from for this month's missionary themed reports.

Moms in Prayer

Moms in Prayer has prayed for school families and issues throughout the summer and are continuing into the fall. Their group is very disciplined and they take their ministry seriously. However, we’d love to have the number of parents involved in the ministry grow. Many of the participants represent older students in the school and it would be beneficial to have an influx of moms of younger children, as well. It is not a major time commitment and we know that God honors prayer and those who fervently seek his will in their lives and the life of the school. Plus, it’s a way you can support the school without ever reaching for your purse.

Keep LCS Safe, Healthy, and Open

Just a reminder that we need your consistent oversight of your children’s health. Please review with each child how they feel and check their temperature each day prior to dropping them at school. If they are not well, please do not have them attend.that day. Have them return when they are healthy and able to participate again.

Preschool and PreK are Peanut - FREE!

Please note that we are a peanut free and tree nut free classroom for both preschool and prek classrooms. Please be sure that your child’s snacks and lunch are peanut free and tree nut free! Thank you!

Jamaica Mission Trip

LCS has travelled to Jamaica with Pastor Kris Mavin every-other year since 2011. However, due to the uncertainty created by the coronavirus, it has been postponed from early 2021 to early in 2022 but graduates of the LCS Class of 2021 who had planned to participate on this life-changing mission trip will be welcome to attend.

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