Before & After School Care
The Hope Lutheran Extended Care Room opens at 7:00 a.m. and closes at 6:00 p.m. and offers quality Christian-based childcare as a service for our families at an additional cost.
Beginning in 4th grade, students may join the band. Practices are twice a week before school at 7:45 a.m. Performances consist of a yearly spring concert and Christmas program. Advanced students also play at pep assemblies, church services, and Gathering of the Talents. Additional cost to join.
The day school choir is broken up into three groups; grades 1st & 2nd, 3rd – 5th, and 6th – 8th. Each group practices twice a week. Performances consist of a yearly Fine Arts Night and Christmas Program. They may also participate in Gathering of the Talents, Grandparent’s Day, church services, nursing home visits and other special events. Music curriculum includes and not limited to – rhythm, music appreciation, reading and writing music, recorders, choir, and basic instruments.
Students in grades 4-8 are eligible to become members of Math Club. The club meets once a week after school and participates in two or three Mathletics competitions each year.
The Student Council consist of elected officers from 4th to 8th grade plus a representative from each class (3rd to 8th grade). Students in grades Kindergarten to 8th will vote for President, Vice-president, Secretary, Treasurer, and Artist/Publicity.
Hands of Hope 4-H Club was established in 2010. We are a Community Club that meets on the 3rd Friday of each month at 3:45 p.m. at Hope Lutheran Church and School. Sometimes the meeting dates or times change due to school conflicts, so we recommend calling to confirm.
Hands of Hope members are involved in many projects such as: Clothing, Foods, Fiber Arts, Visual Arts, Photography, Leadership, Entomology, Dogs, Goats, Shooting Sports, etc. During monthly meetings, members give project talks and demonstrations to strengthen their communication skills. As a group we compete in the County Club Days and work at the concession stand at the fair.
Community Service is a central goal for our club. Some of our projects include: ringing bells for Salvation Army, singing at a local nursing home, sewing for "Tree of Warmth" and collecting items for underprivileged foster children.
Dream it. Build it. Wreck it.
Kids are already naturally gifted creators. Then they get added inspiration from our specially trained instructors. They dive into our massive collections of LEGO® And while they build elaborate objects, structures, and vehicles, they explore fundamental principals of engineering and physics. They also learn to collaborate and create without fear of mistakes.
The experience is joyful, the impact is long-lasting. Learn more and sign up at www.play-well.org.
This after school activity is offered in two sessions during the school year.
Each spring the 7th and 8th grade students can participate in the Spring Melodrama as actors, stage hands, or both. Students learn the basics of theater production while enjoying Christian fun and fellowship.
Students in grades 4-8 can participate in First Lego League robotics teams that meet after school.