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In March 2019, Phillips Wharf Environmental Program Fishmobile visited CLS. The Fishmobile had 13 interactive displays and 2 touch tanks. Their friendly and knowledgeable staff talked to students about the Chesapeake Bay aquatic animals, their habitats and environmental challenges.
In the 3rd Quarter of the 2018-2019 academic year, CLS teamed up with Little Friends of Grace Preschool to bring the love for reading to the preschoolers. CLS middle school students visited the preschool and read books, preselected by the preschoolers, in small groups of 3-4 children. This outreach program helps ensure the younger children understand the importance of reading and encouraged further discussions amongst the children.
This year’s CLS Annual Bingo was held on March 30, 2019, and, as usual, was enjoyed by a Sold Out crowd. The CLS Annual Bingo has become a tradition among Carroll County residents, as well as, others from the surrounding counties. This is an event that people know well, get excited to attend, and look forward to each year. The crowd of nearly 300 came to enjoy the delicious food while taking their chances at winning the generous prizes sponsored by the CLS families and other CLS Bingo sponsors.
On March 8 2019, CLS hosted the Open House/Family Fun Night! Many families and members of the CLS Community came to socialize, tour CLS, eat pizza, play games and have a great time. Even Chick-fil-A of Westminster joined in the fun!
In the middle of February 2019 CLS students grades 3-8 were recognized for their outstanding academic achievements. Students who received all A’s and all A’s and B’s for their second quarter of the 2018-2019 school year attended our quarterly academic achievement breakfast.
At the beginning of February 2019 CLS students, grades K-4 watched an interactive and educational comedy on the benefits of conserving energy. Students learned different ways to conserve energy and make their homes more energy efficient.
CLS 4th – 8th grade students took part in caroling and spreading the joy of Christmas at Carroll Lutheran Village.
At the end of the Second Quarter of the 2018-2019 school year, CLS kindergarten students worked on their individual projects dedicated to the North Pole and the South Pole habitats.
In December, CLS 4th-grade students worked on their individual projects dedicated to the history and culture of the American Indian Tribes in the Mid-Atlantic region. Using their research details, each student created an informative display along with a model of their chosen tribes dwelling.
In November, CLS students participated in the Mobile Lab – Ag Products Science Studies where they experimented with food dyes and different food compositions.
In October, CLS 6th-grade students became archeologists for a day and uncovered part of a single-layer archeological site.
At the beginning of May, CLS students participated in the schoolwide Fun Run event promoting healthy living and the importance of exercising.
In the middle of March, CLS students had Pie Day. It was filled with exiting math facts, hands-on experiments and delicious pie slices.
At the beginning of March, CLS students learned about the life of Diamondback Terrapins native to the brackish coastal tidal marshes of the eastern and southern United States, and in Bermuda.
Mobile Science Lab week at CLS was dedicated to farming and agriculture.
Swing for Scholarships Golf Tournament takes place at the beginning of the school year. All proceeds from Swing for Scholarships go to the Carroll Lutheran School Scholarship Fund. These scholarships are provided to families based on financial need.
Field Day takes place near the end of the school year, with a day of fun and games for students, staff, parents and visitors. There is definitely never a dull moment.