Please note that our Extended School Care and Sand Dollar Club will be closed during Christmas/New Year’s break starting Thursday, December 20 through Tuesday, January 2, 2019. Both programs will resume on Wednesday, January 3, 2019.
Posts By: Shari Wallace
Hope Giving Tuesday – #GiveHOPE How can you measure the value of an education at Hope Lutheran School? As teachers at Hope, we work hard to provide our students with curriculum and teaching that guides them to reach their potential with a firm foundation in Christ. We want our students to discover their passions… Read more »
For our family, Thanksgiving is only slightly below Christmas in terms of favorite holidays. From the annual touch football game with friends in the morning, to the delicious smells of turkey and pumpkin pie cooking throughout the day, to evening board games with family and friends, Thanksgiving showcases our family’s interests: sports, food, and games… Read more »
First Impressions by Mark Goodspeed, PE Teacher and Co-Athletic Director Hello! I’m the new PE teacher at Hope this year and thought I would share more about my first impressions of serving at Hope. It’s been a busy fall season with teaching PE and helping manage five different sports teams but it’s been a… Read more »
Creating Community by Sally Heit, Admissions Director The word community has been on my mind these past few weeks; primarily, I’ve thinking about how belonging to a community, whether it is in a group, city, neighborhood, church or school, gives you a feeling of being a part of something bigger than yourself. Life-long friendships… Read more »
Teacher Training by Kristen Okabayashi Hope Lutheran School is part of a larger Lutheran district, including about 35 schools in Washington, Oregon, Alaska, and Idaho. The district office in Portland, Oregon, sets up teacher professional development opportunities each year for all schools at a conference, typically located in beautiful Seaside, Oregon. The topics and… Read more »
2018-10-03 PTH Minutes_general Select above link to view our minutes from our last general meeting. These minutes include proposed PTH events for 2018-19 and our Member-at-Large job description as we are still in need of one Member-at-Large.
Kindergarten with Confidence! By Jennifer Neafcy, Kindergarten Teacher Throughout my teaching ministry, I have taught almost every grade from preschool thru 8th grade. While I have enjoyed working with children of all ages, Kindergarten has become one of the grade levels that I have enjoyed the most. What a joy it is to work… Read more »
October 15, 2018 Chinook Book Fundraiser Deadline Extended to Friday Oct. 19th Our fundraiser has been extended to Friday, October 19! All orders will then be filled and available for pickup on Monday from the school office or sent home Tuesday with your oldest student. Email Mrs. Wallace at firstname.lastname@example.org if you do… Read more »
Creating Music by Thaddus Franklin, Music Director In 2nd – 5th grade, we started the year listening to music from the middle ages called Gregorian chant. Many students described the music as VERY boring which was expected. Gregorian chant is monophonic music so it only uses one note at a time and has no harmonies…. Read more »