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“For God has not given us a spirit of fear, but of power and of love and of a sound mind.” - 2 Timothy 1:7

“For God has not given us a spirit of fear, but of power and of love and of a sound mind.” - 2 Timothy 1:7

Livingston Christian Schools students have submitted the last assignments for the 2019-20 school year, the teachers have graded them, report cards have been issued and summer vacation has officially begun. Congratulations to every student, parent, teacher, and support staff on the successful completion of what is sure to be remembered as the most unique school year in history.

The leadership of LCS is already busy at work to plan for the 2020-21 school year. It is with great confidence and 100% reliance on the will of God, who has not given us a spirit of fear, but of power and of love and of a sound mind, that the plan is for students to begin the school year in the classrooms at LCS@The Naz in Brighton on August 31, 2020 at 8 a.m. While much of the plan for 2020-21 will follow the same routine we always use, please be assured that it is with great diligence that we have and will continue to research and learn all we can about the laws, recommendations and data available to us about the health and safety of our school. We will continue to update the school’s health and safety plan as needed and will notify school families of the specifics as “opening day” approaches.

We are pleased with the success of LCS’ Online Instruction Days but look forward to returning to traditional, on-campus classes where students and teachers will interact, instruct, and fellowship in person. Some facets of the online program that proved organizationally and instructionally advantageous for students this spring may be incorporated by teachers into their classes this fall. We will also continue to offer the popular online dual enrollment program for students in eleventh and twelfth grades, but we recognize our families have chosen to attend LCS in part because of their desire for their children to learn in a traditional, live classroom. We are now better prepared for emergency situations, such as the one we experienced this spring and those we may face in the future. However, we look forward to seeing each student’s face on August 31.
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Introducing the LCS Director of Spiritual Development

We are pleased to announce the hiring of Pastor Kris Mavin to the position of Director of Spiritual Development. The position is designed to address the areas that directly affect the spiritual growth of students (EC - grade 12), and personnel. This includes Bible classes and Bible curriculum, chapels, special events such as mission trips and spiritual life emphasis weeks, and more. Pastor Mavin will work with the administration as he implements the programs. He has been a long time associate of LCS as chapel speaker, facilitator of our Jamaica trips, and most recently provider of family devotions during the lockdown. Pastor Kris has also pastored several churches, served as a missionary to Jamaica, and taught in several Christian schools. We will all benefit from his direct involvement in leading our students and staff in their spiritual growth.
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Survey Says.....

We are please with an over 50% response rate to the final Online Instruction Days survey. Thank you for participating and here's a brief summary of what you said....
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Don't Cry because it's Over, Smile because it Happened

We've already announced the retirement of Denise White, LCS second grade teacher since 2007 but we have a couple other staff members who won't be returning in the fall.
Vocal music teacher Satara Johnson and her husband Sam are eagerly awaiting their first child, due to arrive in September. We all look forward to meeting their new addition and wish them the best.
We also want to thank Shane Baranek for his two years of service as physical education and health teacher. We wish him well in his future endeavors.
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Way to go Megan! CLT10 Distinguished Scholar Award Recipient!

Congratulations to LCS sophomore Megan Zimbelman!
The CLT10 is the official preparatory exam for the CLT. It is designed for high school freshmen and sophomores. The exam takes two hours and tests for the similar content as the CLT, at an age-appropriate level and with fewer questions of the highest difficulty. Students take the exam on their own laptop or tablet, and receive their scores the same day. The CLT10 provides scholarship opportunities through our partnership with the National Association of Scholars.
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Employment Opportunities: 1 Opening

Vocal Music Teacher
Full time
K-High School
Michigan certification required

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