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CLCS STUDENTS Keep The Distance Learning Pictures Coming Week 7

CLCS Students:  KEEP THE PICTURES COMING!! Week 7 We know you are busy doing your schoolwork online but we would love to see how you are using your creativity to get your schoolwork done, to explore new hobbies and adventures, and to keep in touch with your friends while social distancing and spending time at

THANK YOU to Our First Responders and Medical Professionals

In these unfamiliar, stressful times, social distancing keeps many of our families together working and doing school from the security of home. But some of our CLCS families have loved ones who must leave the safety of home every day to care for and ensure the safety of others. We would like to thank them

CLCS Students:  KEEP THE PICTURES COMING!! Week 6

CLCS Students:  KEEP THE PICTURES COMING!! Week 6 We know you are busy doing your schoolwork online but we would love to see how you are using your creativity to get your schoolwork done, to explore new hobbies and adventures, and to keep in touch with your friends while social distancing and spending time at

CLCS HOLDS PARADE FOR ELEMENTARY STUDENTS

On Saturday May 2 2020  CLCS elementary students and their parents participated in a "reverse" end of school parade on the campus of CLCS.   Parents drove their elementary students in a circle around the campus while the CLCS elementary faculty greeted them with cheers and signs.  Elementary students had signs for teachers showing how much they missed them during this

ADMINISTRATOR’S ARTICLE – May 1 2020

  HIDDEN BLESSINGS IN THE STORMS OF LIFE  by Mr Eddie Riley, Administrator   In Matthew 14:22-33, we find the disciples of our Lord trapped in the grip of a fierce storm. They find themselves in that storm, because they have been commanded by the Lord to cross the Sea of Galilee, v. 22. These

CLCS EDUCATOR IN SPOTLIGHT April 15 – 30

Our Educator in the Spotlight for April 16-30 Mrs. Elizabeth Blake   Mrs. Blake has been teaching for 7 years, all 7 of those years have been and Cross Lanes Christian School. She is married to Josh Blake and they have two children, Braxton and Peyton.   She has a BA from Marshall University in

LAST DAY OF SCHOOL 2019-2020

  Mark Your Calendar!  Friday, May 15, 2020 is the last day of school (distant learning online classes) for the 2019-2020 school year. You are aware that the Governor has ordered schools to remain closed throughout the remainder of the school year. We will continue to use the distant learning platform to finish out the school

CLCS STUDENTS WEEK 5 Distant Learning/Social Distancing

WE MISS OUR STUDENTS!  WEEK 5 We know you are busy doing your schoolwork online but we would love to see how you are using your creativity to get your schoolwork done, to explore new hobbies and adventures, and to keep in touch with your friends while social distancing and spending time at home. Here

ADMINISTRATOR’S ARTICLE – April 24 2020

The Continuing Adventures of Pink Fuzzy Man  By Eddie Riley, CLCS Administrator Everyone likes to be encouraged. It’s what motivates us to continue and excel. Maybe it should be noted that every living thing thrives on encouragement. Patting the pet dog on the head or scratching it behind the ears complemented with supportive words helps our

CLCS EDUCATOR IN THE SPOTLIGHT April 1-15

  Our Educator in the Spotlight for April 1-15 is Mrs. Shelly Rawlings. Mrs. Rawlings has been teaching for 24 years completing her twelfth year at CLCS. She currently teaches 3rd grade here at CLCS. She has a B.A and an M.A from Marshall University. Mrs. Rawlings is considered a reading specialist and is capable