School accreditation is a process of evaluation which begins with a self-study, followed by a visit of objective observers. It is completely voluntary and is a national, rigorous process designed to evaluate schools on the basis of their unique purposes......We are very pleased to announce that the visiting team recommended another full seven year accreditation.
It is easy to say that we want our children to grow up happy, healthy, and successful (in more more ways than one). Every moment that goes by with our children they are learning and making connections to further their understanding of the world around them. And how quickly this all happens! By the age of 5, your child’s brain will have grown to 90% of its adult size. To keep up with the rapid growth of your child, try a simple challenge with your family -
There is nothing simpler yet more complicated than love....We at Our Savior’s Lutheran School feel especially blessed that we are able to articulate the love of God to our students in our preschool, kindergarten, and elementary school....Here’s to a month of embracing the joy of true love and showing our children that they are miraculously loved and adored!
Giving It Our All (a message from the preschool)
Pastor Bill Hurst from Torrance California questions us...”Do we give it our all? Why does it seem to be a challenge to us who devote time, talent and treasure to the Gospel? How can we help these youngsters in our care see the value of that moment of generosity, no matter how small the gift may appear? How can we consecrate this moment for ourselves as well, placing all that we are and have in God’s hands?”
My first baby was colicky and my husband and I spent many sleepless nights and weary days trying to learn how to help her feel better. One of the things I learned by accident was that the more I talked with her and told her what to expect, the better she handled things and the less she cried. By the time she was a year old, it was very clear to me that she understood me when I told what we were about to do and this really helped her with transitions.