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They aren't in elementary any more! Last years 5th graders are this years incoming Junior High students.
RLCA Elementary participated in a Reach Schools campus wide Prayer of Convocation. Tall Oaks, Journey and GCA came together with RLCA students, faculty, staff and many parents to pray for the Lords blessing on this 2017-18 school year.
Our garden has been very fruitful again this year. In only a few short weeks the seeds we have planted are ready for harvest. First out of the ground are the radishes, harvested here by Mrs. Murphy's 4th grade class.
The weather was perfect to practice a little "plein air" Art. (thats French for Art done outside) Students from kindergarten drew pictures with chalk inspired by the season and the celebration of the Resurrection that we remember at Easter time.
Mrs. Arriola's Pre K 4s class marches through 4th grade showing off their fancy Easter bonnets.
Praise and worship was the theme of the RLCA Elementary spring concert held on April 4th. Students were led by music director Nathan Gioconda as they sang to the glory of God.
Everyone is excited about tonights Spring Musical. All of RLCA Elementary students took a field trip to Glasgow Church to practice for the performance. I hope we see you there!
Justin Schmitz joins Jonathan Huey and Justin Breidenbach in the top Boy Scout rank.
Snow delights Mr. Petrauschke's 5th grade class. Where was this snow 2 months ago?
The Tri-M Music Honor Society chapter at Red Lion grows!
Praising the Lord is a daily event in the upper school. Here Junior High students participate in morning devotions.
Third grade enjoys Gym class outside in the lovely spring weather, in FEBRUARY!
Red Lion hears from local and global missionaries during its first World Missions Week.
Today, all of our preschool classes gathered together at the Glasgow Campus for a visit from Mr. Vogel and his special friend, Rags. They taught us all about how to take care of our animal friends and also how to interact with new animals. We had a blast!
RLCA kindergarteners celebrate the 100th day of school by pretending they are 100 years old.
Fifth grade students display their 1st honors awards for earning all A's on their report cards.
4th grade students bow their heads in prayer at RLCA Elementary's weekly Chapel.
The RLCA family was blessed this December by the Elementary Christmas Program. All the Kindergarten students were stars as they brought the blessed story of the birth of our Savior to life.
In Mrs. Walker's PreK-4 class, the students discovered what happens to water when it freezes...inside balloons! Each student had the chance to touch and examine the ice globe. Afterwards the students got to look outside as Mrs. Walker, with the help of Mr. Beazer, smashed the ice globes. Being stuck inside because of the cold isn't so bad!
Preschool is busy preparing for their Christmas Program on Monday evening. Don't miss it! 6:30pm at Glasgow Church.
Kindergarten students participated in the annual Thanksgiving Feast and Parade in handmade costumes.The food for the feast was cooked and served by students from St. Georges Vo-Tech High School
Kindergarten students surprise Mrs. Helton with bags of her fall favorite, acorns from a beloved oak tree by Ashley's Garden. What will she do with them? Think Johnny Appleseed!
Fourth grade students enjoy a few minutes before the school day begins catching up with friends. Red Lion is home away from home for our students.
High school students take a break from traditional academics to travel offset for a Spiritual retreat. The students had the privilege to hear from Pastor Tom Hudzina of Newtown Square, Pennsylvania. Pastor Tom spoke to the middle school students on Ephesians 2:10. For we are his workmanship, created in Christ Jesus for good works, which God prepared beforehand, that we should walk in them. This is a great encouragement to our school students as they mature and grow, but it is also a reminder to all of us. None of us have "arrived", no one is yet the person that God wants them to be. God has a distinct purpose for each of us that He has prepared for us long before we were born. The Greek word for "workmanship" is the same word where we derive the words "poem" and "poetry". A great piece of poetry is sometimes called a "masterpiece". We are God's masterpieces and he will continue to work in us. And I am sure of this, that he who began a good work in you will bring it to completion at the day of Jesus Christ. (Phil. 1:6) Be encouraged, God will never stop working in us or through us.
Preschool students start the year right with hands on learning. There is more fun to come for our three and four year old students.
Congratulations to 7th grader Mackenzie Skelton for being featured in Sports Illustrated Kids magazine this past summer. In each issue of Sports Illustrated Kids, three students who excel in sports, academics, and community service are featured. These young athletes do it all — on and off the field! Way to go Mackenzie!
Sixth Grade students went all out as they participated in the annual Rake N Run for the first time this year. Paired with their senior buddies, much work was accomplished to benefit the communities near Red Lion's campus. What a privilege and honor to minister locally to people with great need. Sixth Grade students went all out as they participated in the annual Rake N Run for the first time this year. Paired with their senior buddies, much work was accomplished to benefit the communities near Red Lion's campus. What a privilege and honor to minister locally to people with great need.
It has been extremely mild this month and preschool students have made the most of every possible moment playing outside in the warm sunshiny weather. Preschool is hard work for little minds and even three and four year old students enjoy recess! That is plain to see from these friendly smiles.
The first harvest from the MaryBeth Huey Garden was a huge success. God has blessed the garden site with ideal conditions for growing delicious and nutritious vegetables. Here two fourth grade girls exclaim over the size of the Japanese Turnips being harvested. It was vegetables all around later that week. Some students went back for third helpings! What a blessing.
The senior class under the direction of Senior Advisor Mrs. Letty Rupert, produced a show they called, "Red Lion's Got Talent". Proceeds went toward the senior mission trip to the Dominican Republic. It was similar to the television show, but without the judges. All of the 26 students making up 17 different acts from grades 6-12, definitely did have talent. The show was fantastic and the audience had a great time. I'm thankful for the talent that God has given our students. Most of these students participate in Red Lion's fine arts program in which they have an opportunity to practice and sharpen their skills. These students enjoy performing and I'm looking forward to see how God will use them for His glory.

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Sam Osbourn, Principal

Artistically Gifted

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Athletic Director Bonvetti

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1 Thessalonians 5:17

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Psalm 22:30-31

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