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We serve a RISEN Saviour!

Posted on March 28th, 2013 by LHCS Administrator

Easter is the time when we remember Christ’s sacrifice, and victory over sin and death. We can celebrate that we serve a risen Lord, who is Lord over all of creation! We can say with confidence that “The earth is the Lord’s, and everything in it!” Psalm 24:1a

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Tip for a successful Parent/Teacher Conference

Posted on November 26th, 2012 by LHCS Administrator

parent-teacher conference

We are looking forward to meeting with parents during Parent/Teacher Conferences. Sometimes parents ask what they can do to prepare for these conferences; here are a few suggestions to help make the most of Parent/Teacher Conferences.

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Fun and Character at the IPM

Posted on September 21st, 2012 by LHCS Administrator

Group moustache photo

I received this email from one of our parents who went along as a chaperone to the International Plowing Match on Wednesday, and wanted to share it. Funny story from yesterday’s plowing match…

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Planting Seeds Literally

Posted on May 30th, 2012 by LHCS Administrator

Grade 5 students

LHCS’s theme is to love your neighbour, so 5B decided, through the House of Friendship, to grow and donate seedlings. The House of Friendship helps new Canadians through local community centres. These centres have community gardens that help new immigrants have fresh vegetables. 5B grew cucumbers, onions and zucchinis that we will deliver to the Chandler-Mowat Community Centre.

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Community while Cleaning

Posted on May 10th, 2012 by LHCS Administrator

students outside

Saturday, May 5th a small army of parents and students participated in the LHCS Spring Clean-up. Inside the school, microwaves were scrubbed, paint touched up, shelves dusted and scuff marks erased. Outside the school, sand was spread for the long jump pit, the parking lot and sidewalks were blown clean and the playground was made safer by loosening the mulch. Our school became a little tidier and the property committee had help with a few unfinished jobs around the school; but what may have been more significant was the sense of community and common purpose.

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