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Tuition Payment Schedule '21-'22
Since 2012, Concordia Lutheran School has participated in the Parental Choice Program. Income eligible families may receive a voucher from the State.
Visit the Department of Public Instruction's website: (https://dpi.wi.gov/sms/choice-programs/student-applications?rdt=choise) for eligibility information or to apply.
A limited number of seats will be available beginning February 1 of each year. Application periods for the current year are as follows:
February 1 – February 22
March 1 – March 22
April 1 – April 20
May 1 – May 20
June 1 – June 21
July 1 – July 20
August 1 – August 20
September 1 – September 14
Use the link above to apply. Residency and income verification are required.
Online Application and Enrollment
Please use this link to obtain more information about applying to Concordia and beginning the enrollment process.
Procedures and expectations for the students and families at our school can be found here.
School Supply Lists 2021-22
Download or print this year’s school supply list.
K4-8th grade: 8:50 AM – 3:55 PM
The school day begins promptly at 8:50 a.m. Parents transporting their children to school are encouraged to arrive at 8:25am-8:40am to ensure their children are ready to start their day promptly at 8:50 a.m.
Preschool (3 year old program): 8:50 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. Arrival is at 8:25am-8:40am and dismissal is promptly at 12:00 p.m. Child care is available following dismissal for those students who are in need of this service.
K4 Program: For the 2020-21 school year, two programs are necessary, an AM Program from 8:50 - 12:00 p.m.and PM Program from 12:45 - 3:55 p.m.Child care is available in the afternoon on a limited basis. Arrival is between 8:25 - 8:40 a.m. for AM Program participants, with a prompt 12:00 p.m. pick up required. Arrival for the PM program is between 12:30 - 12:45 p.m. with dismissal at 3:55 p.m
Before Care and After Care is available for all families on days that school is in session.
6:45 AM - 8:45 AM
Afternoon Care for PK3
12 PM - 3:50 PM
3:50 PM - 6:15 PM
($3.75/hr. billable by the half hour)
Children may be driven to school or take the bus service provided by Racine Unified School District if located within the school's busing boundaries. To inquire about busing or sign your child up for bus service, you may contact RUSD directly at: 262 631-7138.
In the case of school closing due to inclement weather, we will be listed in the closings on your local networks. If Racine Unified School District has a delay, we will be closed for the full day.
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The lunch menu goes home on a monthly basis and will also be posted here. Costs range from $2.50 - $4.00 per meal. Items featured are pre-made, well-balanced meals. Area vendors are utilized as well. You may also send a home-packed lunch if you wish.
An authorization for medication administration form must be completed in order for a student to receive or take any medication, whether prescription or non-prescription. Per healthy and safety requirements, all medicine must come to school in its original packaging. You may download and print one of the forms here to submit upon your child's arrival with medication.
Children in grades 5 through 8 have an opportunity to participate on interscholastic teams that compete against similar teams from other schools in the area. These teams include basketball and track for boys; volleyball, basketball, track and cheerleading for girls.
An Athletic Fee of $35.00 per sport is assessed to students participating in any sport. This fee is non-refundable. There is a cap of $100.00 if 3 sports are played.
A variety of extracurricular activities are offered which vary from year to year. This year students may choose participate in:
- Children’s Choir
- Girl Scouts
The primary purpose for existence of Concordia Lutheran School is to have each child become totally dependent upon Jesus Christ for all their spiritual and earthly needs by:
- teaching the will God has revealed in the Bible
- providing daily Christian fellowship as one of the most powerful factors in building character and training for Christian living
- instilling in the hearts of our children a child-like faith and greater love in the Lord Jesus Christ and love for other human beings.
It is the aim of Concordia’s Athletic Program to facilitate these goals through sports activities. Through a student’s participation in interscholastic sports, it is hoped that the student will further develop spiritually, mentally, emotionally, physically and socially. Students will be encouraged to be the best they can be by doing the best they can to the glory of Christ.
It will be the role of the Athletic Director and coaches to facilitate this growth and development.
Concordia’s interscholastic sports are designed primarily for Concordia students in grade 5-8. They provide interested students a voluntary competitive program where the athlete plays on teams which compete against teams from other schools.
- to glorify Jesus Christ in all that is done on and off the playing field
- to help understand how the use of physical skills can be a form of worship
- to help the athletes establish a firmer and more personal relationship with Jesus Christ
- to help the athletes realize the importance of other people in their lives and the value of working cooperatively in a team effort, with them
- to help the athletes improve their ability to make quick decisions under pressure
- to encourage the athletes to be free in allowing themselves to experience the emotions they feel, yet not let these emotions control them or make them ineffective people
- to improve the athlete’s overall physical condition in order to encourage a lifelong enjoyment of sports and recreational activities
- to provide an additional avenue to promote school spirit and unity
- to provide an additional way for families to meet and socialize
- to develop a greater understanding of the fundamentals of the sports in which they participate
- to develop the idea of sportsmanship by being a good loser and a gracious winner
Students participating in extra-curricular activities are expected to have passing grades in all subjects and maintain a 2.00 (C) grade point average. The grades of all students will be reviewed at the mid-term and quarter grading periods. Any student not having a 2.00 grade point average, or having any F’s on two consecutive grade sheets, will be declared ineligible