Divine Peace Lutheran School Calendar

2017-2018 (First Draft)

Welcome to a new and exciting year at Divine Peace Lutheran School. We are delighted you have enrolled your scholar at Divine Peace!

 

School Family Chapel is held on Fridays at 8:15. All are welcome to attend!

 

August 15 Back to School Night - Bring Supplies 6:00 PM

22 First Day of School 8:00 AM

Opening Chapel 8:30 AM

 

September 4 Labor Day - No School

22 Grandparent’s Day 8:15-11

24 Scholars Sing 10:00 AM

 

October 4-6 Michigan Teacher’s Conference- No School

11 Harvest Planning Meeting 6:00 PM

18 Board of Education Open Forum 6-7:00 PM

27 End of First Quarter

27 Noon Dismissal/ Fall Harvest Set Up 12:00-3:00

Fall Harvest Festival

 

November 12 Homecoming Sunday- Scholars Sing 10:00 AM

22-24 Thanksgiving Break- No School

 

 

December 17 Christmas Practice with Sunday School 12-1 PM

22 Half Day - Noon Dismissal 8-12

24 Christmas Eve Service (Arrive at 6:00) 6:30 PM

25 Christmas Vacation Begins - No School

 

 

January 4 School Resumes 8:00 AM

12 End of 2nd Quarter

15 Martin Luther King Jr. Day - No School

24 Open House 8-11 AM

25 Open House 5-7 PM

 

 

February 11 Lent - Scholars Sing 10:00 AM

19 President’s Day- No School

21 Open House 8-11 AM

22 Open House 5-7 PM

 

March 21 Open House 8-11AM

22 Open House 5-7 PM

TBD Science Fair 6-7 PM

29 End of 3rd Quarter

30 Good Friday, No School, Easter Break Begins

 

 

April 1 Easter, Scholars Sing 10:00AM

9 School Resumes 8:00 AM

25 Open House 8-11 AM

26 Open House 5-7 PM

 

 

 

May TBD Field Day 8:00 AM

18 Awards Night 7-8 PM

28 Memorial Day- No School

 

June 1 Last Day of School- Noon Dismissal 8-12

3 End of Year- Scholars Sing 10:00 AM

TBD NAD District Conference

18-22 Vacation Bible School 8:30-11:30

 

(Please note that this is a First Draft. You will receive a Final Draft in the July Mailer.)

 

 

                                

 

 

 

 

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God writes the Gospel not in the Bible alone, but also on trees, and in the flowers and clouds and stars.
— Martin Luther
The function of education is to teach one to think intensively and to think critically. Intelligence plus character; that is the goal of true education.
— Martin Luther King Jr.