Good Shepherd Lutheran School is hosting an information night highlighting grades K-5 on February 5, from 5:30–6:30 p.m. and a Preschool information night will be held February 6, from 6:15–6:30 p.m. An Open House immediately follows the informative presentations each evening.
K-5 Families will learn about Good Shepherd Lutheran School’s focus on learning; curriculum, extended kindergarten program, enrichment program, outdoor education, and extended care, in addition to hearing from current Good Shepherd families and students. Preschool families will learn about Good Shepherd Preschool’s play-based curriculum and weekly chapel program. The Open House will provide families with the opportunity to visit classrooms and see first-hand the academic environment at Good Shepherd as well as converse with teachers and staff.
For more information on Good Shepherd Lutheran School, please contact Gigi Dennis, Marketing/PR at 415-250-4762 or e-mail email@example.com. Information Night details below:
K-5 INFORMATION NIGHT
Tuesday, February 5
5:30 – 6:30
OPEN HOUSE FOLLOWS
PRESCHOOL INFORMATION NIGHT
Wednesday, February 6
6:15 – 6:30
OPEN HOUSE FOLLOWS
About Good Shepherd Lutheran School Founded in 1976 as a ministry of Good Shepherd Lutheran Church, Good Shepherd Lutheran School provides a comprehensive Preschool – 8th grade education serving the children of families in Marin and Sonoma Counties. Based on biblical principles and centered on Jesus Christ, Good Shepherd Lutheran School is a faith community that believes the best education takes place within the context of relationships, and where the uniqueness of every child is valued. Small classes emphasize one of the core values of GSLS, and teachers integrate a Christian worldview into the curriculum thereby creating foundations of faith, integrity, leadership, service to others and academic excellence.
GSLS is a member of the Evangelical Lutheran Education Association and the California Association of Private School Organizations, and is accredited by the National Association of Education for Young Children (NAEYC) and Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC).