The Mount Olive Preschool celebrated the hundredth day of school by dressing up like they were 100 years old.
Looking for a preschool or kindergarten for your child? Visit Mount Olive Lutheran School and Preschool to discover what the school offers on Thursday, February 20, 2020 from 1:00-3:00 p.m.
Thank you to all who made the Crusader Feast a wonderful success. Through your support, our students will continue to know the love of God our Father almighty maker of heaven and earth and their savior Jesus Christ in all aspects of academia and life. Pastor Willis McCall presented Donna Johns with the Miles Christi (Soldier of Christ) Award. Donna, the church and school business manager, goes out of her way to keep the staff and school on track. In her amazing way, she pulls this annual fundraiser together for us.
Join us for the
9th Annual Crusader Feast
February 7, 2020
Montana Pavilion at Metra Park
Doors Open at 6:00 pm
Catered by Outback Steakhouse – Dinner tickets are $15/person
This annual fundraiser includes a dinner, auction, baked goods raffle and presentation by the school.
- Cozy Family Weekend Basket – 6-8 grade Students
- Sweet Tooth Basket – K-5 grade Students
- Valentine’s Day Basket – Preschool Students
- Family Fun Basket – Preschool Students
- Chateau Rouge Stay – Red Lodge
- Antique Repurposed Decorative Window
- Crocheted Carry-All Bag and Mittens
- “10 – Online Health Coaching Sessions”
- Baby Shower Basket
We appreciate all your support.
Please consider donating auction items or a monetary donation to our annual school fundraiser.
Contact Donna at the school 656-2635
Preschool through 8th grade had a great time getting lost in the corn maze, cheering the pigs on to win a race, and picking out the best pumpkin for Halloween.
Tuesday November 26th 2019 at Barnes N Noble on 24th St W.
20% of all sales will be shared with the preschool and K-8 Day School.
You may make purchases all day on Nov 26th or shop online Nov 27-Dec 1.
When shopping online use our school ID # 12557393.
K-8 will provide entertainment at the store from 4-7 that evening.
Hope to see you there.
Family, faculty, and friends were very impressed with the performances of 38- 3rd – 8th grade students for the 6th Annual Lutheran School’s “Speak Up” Tournament.
It was the ultimate “Good Behavior” class party in Mrs. Forke’s K-2 grade classroom. It took good behavior to contain three different recipes of slime. The day only got better as the students experimented with different activating solutions to mix the best slime. We also learned that slime is good for us. Without slimy snot we would catch a lot more germs. Animals need slime to climb walls, to protect themselves, and to make the perfect environment for eggs. Cool!
2336 Saint Johns Avenue