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Secondary News 4/15/19

You can always tell when a school year is wrapping up - the students start counting how many Mondays are left and teachers are saying they have too much to teach and to do before they release their students for the summer. Well we are at that point. Lets recap some of the amazing things that have been happening:

10th grade students safely canoed in the Peace River as part of our Biology curriculum

The Junior/Senior Prom was held at Atlantis and our young people looked amazing as they danced and dined on fantastic desserts

The middle school play was hysterical and the students who participated did a wonderful job

Both 11th grade and 6th grade students have celebrated their SNAP fundraising reward field trip and had a blast (the 8th and 10th grade trips are still to come)

Jubilate will be returning from Iceland and reportedly have had the experience of a lifetime (the pictures that have been shared show the beauty and wonder of another part of God’s creation)

With all that in the past just imagine what we have in store for for the last weeks of school! 

Upcoming Events:

4/17/19 the 8th grade SNAP Reward field trip 

4/18/19 the 8th grade Busch Gardens Trip ( departs from LWC @ 5:30 AM, returns around 10:00 PM)

4/25/19 the 10th grade SNAP half day reward field trip

4/26/19 Senior Grad Bash Trip (Departs LWC at noon and will return on 4/27/19 around 6-7 AM) remember the dress code guidelines

5/2/19 Honor Societies Awards Evening 7:00 PM in the Gym

5/3/19 Middle School Awards Morning 8:00-9:00 AM in the Gym

5/3/19 Mother Son Bowling (Registration through Elementary)

5/4/19 Athletic Awards Ceremony (Tickets are available)

5/6/19 Secondary Concert 7:00 PM

5/7/19 High School Awards 8:00 AM in the Gym

5/17/19 Graduation 7:00 PM at Christ Fellowship in Boynton Beach (open seating)

5/18/19 8th grade Dance

5/20-23/19 High School Exams

Mr. Wingate continues to work with students on their schedules for the 2019-2020 school year as well as keeping abreast of college acceptances and scholarship news. He will be hosting a Junior Parent night scheduled for April 23 at 6:45 PM. More information will be forthcoming.

The Admissions department continues to share all that LWC has to offer with interested families. Think and pray about the people you know and who you would like to have around your students and then invite them to come visit. We have an Open House scheduled for 4/30/19.

We continue to be encouraged by the number of graduates that return to campus and share what God has been doing in their lives. So many have continued the LWC legacy by volunteering locally and internationally on mission trips and various forms of outreach as well as achieving academic excellence at their colleges. Our top seniors who participated in the Pathfinder Scholarship Interviews were competing with the best and brightest in Palm Beach and Martin County and show that LWC is pushing our students for excellence so that God can use them where He sees fit. Our senior class has so many plans to put into use the gifts and talents that God has given them as their futures unfold- we can’t wait to see the next step. Please keep them in your prayers.

Sadly we are also wrapping up our chapel and small group times for the year. Pastor Phillip has recruited some amazing and inspiring speakers and guests. Last week we had a group from Word of Life perform and share their testimonies. We want to thank our small group leaders that are parents, who volunteered to mentor and share throughout the year, Mr. Alexander, Mr. Acosta, Mrs. Amestoy, Mrs. Simon, along with faculty and staff.

The Parent Association has plans for Teacher Appreciation Week this year, April 23-26, 2019. Please refer to the attached flier. 



Lorin Shropshire

Secondary Principal


LWC Families,

This is the last year for the LWC Circle Logo Polo Shirts due to our new logo.  God has another plan for these "Circle Shirts"!!!

Here is the plan - From now until the end of the school year we will be collecting these "Circle Shirts".  There will be boxes in the offices for the collection of these shirts.  The shirts will then be cut into cloth squares and the buttons will be cut off.  The cloth squares we will wrap around bars of soap to be used as face cloths and placed into our Operation Christmas Child Shoeboxes.  The buttons will be put into small sewing kits and also placed in the shoeboxes.  The "Circle Shirts" will have a new life!!

Have a great day in Christ,

Miss Kauffman

April 9, 2019

Dear Parents:

I am pleased to announce that the music department will be presenting their year-end music concert on Monday May 6th.  In addition to a variety of music being performed, the music awards for the year will be presented.  The concert will be held in the school gymnasium and will begin at 7:00 p.m.  Please note that this is an earlier start time than in previous concerts.  All students involved in music performance classes in grades five through twelve will be participating and are required to attend the entire concert as part of their course grade.  Failure to attend the concert in its entirety will result in a significantly lowered course grade for the marking period.

Students in grade seven through twelve are required to wear their formal concert uniform for the concert. Students in fifth and sixth grade are asked to wear nice, dress clothes.  The boys should wear dress pants, dress shirt with a collar and the girls should wear a dress or skirt and blouse or a dressy pants outfit.  Please make sure that the dress is appropriate and fits within the guidelines of the school dress code. We ask that no student wear jeans.  Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions.

The concert is free and we urge you to invite your friends and family to share in the evening.  A free-will offering will be taken to support the music department. Please note arrival times below.  Students will lose points from their concert grade if they arrive late. I appreciate your cooperation in this matter.

Blessings in Christ,

Beth Acosta

Director of Performing Arts

Warm-Up Times in the Music Room

6:15:  MS/HS Concert Chorus

6:25:  7-12 Concert Band

6:35:  Sixth Grade Advanced & Sixth Beginning Band

6:45:  Fifth Grade Beginning Band

**Fifth grade band students are permitted to leave the concert after they perform if needed**





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