Welcome to the Elementary Campus (Grades K-4)
Our elementary community is a family of believers. Each child knows that he/she is a child of God, loved and saved by Jesus. Each day we work to grow together spiritually, academically and socially. Our faculty and staff establish a warm and caring environment where each child feels loved and safe.
We have weekly chapel services where we gather together to worship and to hear God’s word. The students are placed into chapel families. These groups sit together during chapel services. Throughout the year, the chapel families meet for special times such as doing service projects, having devotions and participating in our annual field day.
We feel that frequent communication with families is a key to success for the students. Special events are planned to bridge the gap between school and home and to make students feel comfortable. Before the school year begins, homeroom teachers visit students’ homes to begin building the relationship with the students. A few days before school starts, we have our Charger Night event that gives students the opportunity to come to school, see the classrooms, visit with their peers, and organize their supplies. Throughout the school year parents are able to stay connected and see a window into the classroom through a platform called Seesaw. Teachers also communicate classroom goals, objectives, and announcements at least once a week. Parent-teacher conferences are held in October then throughout the year as needed.
God has a great plan for your child. As is stated in Jeremiah 29:11: "For I know the plans I have for you,” declares the Lord, “plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future.” We would love to have your child grow with us. Welcome to the elementary campus of CCLS!
Greetings from Janet Leet & Rachel Klug
Elementary Principal & Assistant Principal
In the elementary grades, students are developing their academic and social skills. They are learning how to become empowered learners through critical and creative thinking. CCLS supports development by not only preparing students academically, but growing the whole child. A well-rounded curriculum allows children to expand life skills like problem solving, self-awareness and collaboration. Our faith-filled community drives character development and Christian discipleship supported by passionate teachers in an inspiring learning environment.