This is an all-drama program with our after-school drama club, and a few adults in some choice roles. Two of the short plays tell the story of Joshua and Jericho and King David and Absalom. Another is a spoof of the old TV show “Dragnet.” Some biblical truths told with a bit of humor
This program is offered by our school’s 5th grade bellchoir, the middle school singers, orchestra, and both middle school bellchoirs. There will be lots of music…from the trumpets and percussion’s “Starsplitter Fanfare” to a belltree duet and music from “The Greatest Showman”.
We are excited to share information about our program with you and your child at our special event scheduled on Monday, January 29th in the lower level of the school at 11:30 A.M.
At our Leaping into Preschool event we will offer you time to tour our preschool classrooms and campus, meet our preschool teachers, have some Q&A time with the teachers, extended care director, and principal, and enjoy a light lunch. You will also be given the opportunity to register your child for our program at that time.
Please feel free to share this information with other families that might be interested in our program.
An information session for families interested in our middle school program. An overview of our program will be given by our principal, our Middle school teachers will be present for Q&A, and tours of our campus also offered.
It's a fun night to get a chance to do some awesome experiments with your family, see some cool science projects and have some fun.
Some activities tower building, boat floating, building and testing paper airplanes, car racing, slime making and scientific selfie photo booth.
Proceeds will benefit Agape Ministries, Inc. food pantry to assist area families.
Saturday, November 4th
Runners and volunteers are needed to help make this great event a huge success. Contact Michael Repass (352-223-7604) or the church office for more information. Proceeds from the run will go to support Agape Ministries.
Registration forms are available in the church and school offices or you can register on-line through a link on the church web site (www.faitheustis.org). Just click the 5K logo!
Everyone is invited and encouraged to attend this musical celebration of the Reformation. This 6:30 pm program concludes the day’s activities, which begin at 3 pm with “Trunk or Treat”, include our Reformation Festival event and then finish with the music festival. The program is in our sanctuary and is really a musical celebration.
Joining with our adults and members of the choir from St. Paul’s Church, Apopka; our Faith Ringers; and some instruments Those in attendance will have the opportunity to join in singing some of the honored hymns of the Reformation.
Please plan to culminate the day’s activities in our sanctuary to enjoy, and participate, in some great music of the Reformation. Join with other area Lutherans in Word and song. Please plan to join us!!!
Fall is here, let's have some fun! Faith Lutheran School PTL is hosting it's 5th Annual Trunk or Treat on Sunday, October 29th from 3-4 pm. Here's how you can be part of the action: ** We need trunks! There will be prizes for the best decorated cars, so get creative! Also, the class with the most cars participating wins a pizza party! (Be sure to put your child's grade(s) on the car) ** No trunk? No problem. Bring your kids and their friends to come enjoy the afternoon and get lots of candy. Costumes are encouraged ** Can't attend the event, but still want to help? We are collecting bags of individually wrapped candy. There is a collection box in the school office. ** Any questions or to sign your trunk up, email Valerie Meyer at PTL@flcse.org. Thanks for helping make this a great event for our students and kids in our community!
Our Scholastic Book Fair is a reading event that brings the books kids want to read right into our school. It’s a wonderful selection of engaging and affordable books for every reading level. Please make plans to visit our Book Fair and be involved in shaping your child’s reading habits.
Campers get the opportunity to paint, use paper mache, work with clay, paint a t-shirt, make 3D drawings and learn to shade using colored pencils.
Two session offered
9 A.M. to 11 A.M. for PK4 trough 1st Grade
1 P.M. to 3 P.M. for 2nd through 5th Grade
Mrs. Ford is the instructor.
This camp is designed for students who already have some experience with robotics, and want to learn some of the more advanced concepts of design and programming. Using the Lego Mindstorms system, campers will learn to design robots capable of performing many different tasks. They will learn to use motors, as well as touch, ultrasonic, and color sensors. This camp is a great introduction for students who might be interested in being on a robotics team during the school year.
Mr. Hoffschneider is the instructor
Students will begin by using Ozobot robots and will learn to code and communicate instructions to the robot using simple color codes. Simple enough for younger students, but even older kids will have a great time as they see these little bots respond to their commands! Later campers will move into more advanced coding using the Blockly programming language. The week will wrap up with an introduction to the Lego Mindstorms system, and a glimpse into the possibilities of more complex building and programming projects.
Mr. Hoffschneider is the instructor.
The Faith Lutheran Fundamentals Basketball Camp provides boys and girls the opportunity to learn and improve their skills to learn and improve their skills in the game of basketball. While learning the skills, campers will have a chance to compete in team games and individual contests. Campers leave the camp with a new-found passion for the game and receive a t-shirt and basketball.
Two sessions offered
Mr. Jeremy Fritz, Mr. Kip Sanderfeld and Faith basketball alumni
Camp Faith offers fun-filled summer programs for children ages 3 through 5th grade. Each week, campers jump into action, participating in exciting sports programs, culinary arts, science exploration, becoming involved in creative arts, playing a part in group activities, and attending special trips.
Our campers have the opportunity to expand their horizons during the summer, embark on new adventures, and have fun! Our exceptional program and caring staff create an environment that forges lifelong friendships among our campers. We create a summer experience that is unforgettable!
It all starts with our outstanding staff. A camp is only as good as its staff and we are extremely proud of ours. Talent, creativity, love of children, and devotion make our staff the heart and soul of our program. We take our camp seriously and our staff is doing exactly what they enjoy most: spending a summer inspiring campers to explore, reach for new heights, and expand their horizons.
Camp Faith gives you choices. Camp Faith includes five days of activities from 7:00 A.M. – 6:00 P.M. We offer a range of outdoor activities, plus indoor activities conducted in our fully air conditioned facility. We offer special trips (at additional expense) to engage the imagination of your child. Parents have the option of having their camper attend weekly or daily. We’re here for you.
Faith Lutheran School Parent Teacher League is hosting its 13th annual golf tournament. The money raised at this event will support the school's annual subscription to Accelerated Reader, classroom learning supplies, and the teacher wish list.
Contact the school or church office for a registration form.
Kids of all ages will love this free, unique, interactive community event held in a festival-type atmosphere where children can climb on, learn about, and explore various trucks, as well as meet the people who use these vehicles to serve our community. Free hot dogs, chips, and water.
Hosted by Kiwanis Club of Eustis
Sponsored by: 1884 Restaurant-Eustis
Held at Faith Lutheran-2727 S. Grove St., Eustis