Stepping Out in Faith

Amanda ColeSaints Blog

The year 2020 will be one that we never forget. We came to school on Friday, March 13th not knowing that COVID-19 would keep us from returning to the building in that school year. Since then, a great deal has happened. We have stayed home. We are required to wear masks. Rules have changed. School planning for the 2020-2021 school … Read More

You are a blessing!

Josh WannerSaints Blog

On behalf of the Springfield Lutheran School faculty, staff, and leadership, we would like to thank you for a wonderful school year.  We could not have survived such a roller coaster school year without the support and love from our wonderful students, parents, and community.  God has been so good to us.  Thank you for being a blessing to us. … Read More

Don’t Worry? Sure!

Josh WannerSaints Blog

In the past few months, your child has been hearing repeated messages that COVID-19 is out to “get them” and they need to hide.  They’ve been told that danger is around every corner.  Every normal activity has been postponed, including seeing loved ones and sharing a hug.  They hear adults worry about jobs, money, and going back to school.  They … Read More

Let Them Be Bored!

Josh WannerSaints Blog

It’s the cry that sends shivers down the spines of adults everywhere, “I’m bored!”  This home-based learning system is like a snow day that never ends.  It may be nice weather outside, but your children can’t go to the park, can’t see their friends, can’t go to school, and can’t do their typical sporting activities.  It’s so tempting to allow … Read More

Small Blessings All Around

Josh WannerSaints Blog

Dear SLS Students, We’ve made it another week on our home-based learning adventure!  Can you believe that it’s been a month since we’ve seen one another?  Our last day of in-person school was on Friday, March 13th.  Look how much has happened in one month.  It seems like a long time, and that a lot has happened.  That actually gives … Read More

Should We Go Back to Normal?

Josh WannerSaints Blog

We’re a little over a month into the COVID-19 lock-down situation, and it’s sounding like the Springfield area may be able to resume some normal functions with restrictions.  We are certainly praying for our leaders as they make these important decisions, and are anxious to resume “normal life” as soon as it is safe to do so.  But should we … Read More

Check Out Our Summer Reading List

Josh WannerNews & Events

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Windcrest to Begin Campus Expansion Next Year

Josh WannerNews & Events

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Meet the Windcrest Academic Decathlon Team

Josh WannerNews & Events

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New Library Opening This Week

Josh WannerNews & Events

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