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Kindergarten Graduate

It is hard to believe it, but we have a Kindergarten graduate in the house. Just one more 1/2 day of school and summer is upon us. We are all excited for that, especially since Grandpa and Grandma arrive from Michigan tomorrow afternoon.

Joash's class had a very nice closing program for their graduation and it reminded me of so many of the things I love about Immanuel Christian School. Here are a few:

  • Joash and all of his classmates singing songs of praise to God with lots of enthusiasm.
  • Joash's whole class pray together
  • The grade 8/9 class came to watch the program as well. What a neat community.
  • Mr. Mann, the principle, sitting on a kid size chair so he could speak directly to the kindergarten class.

We are so thankful for this school and all of the people who are part of it. We are already looking forward to the fall and what Grade 1 will bring.


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