Abundant Life Christian School


  • Sept 26-Oct1: Homecoming List of Events

  • Sept 29-Jam the Gym-BLACK out, 6:00/7:30pm

    Everyone is invited to "Jam the Gym-BLACK out" on Thursday, September 29th to cheer on the Challenger Volleyball teams as they play Hustisford.  The JV game begins at 6:00 and the Varsity at 7:30.
  • Sept 30-All-School (K-12) Pep Rally, 6pm

    An All-School (K-12) Pep Rally will take place on Friday, September 30th following the High School volleyball scrimmage against Madison Country Day School.  Students in grades K-12 and their families are invited to attend. 
    -4:30p  ALCS vs. MCDS Volleyball Scrimmage
    ---Pep Club will be selling pizza at the concession stand during the scrimmage and rally.
    6:00p  Pep Rally

  • Oct 1-Aruna 5K Run/Walk/Volunteer, 8-11am

    Join the ALCS ACT team in the Aruna 5K Run/Walk. Participate in the event or volunteer. See Mrs. Gruchow for details. Get more information HERE.

  • Oct 1-Homecoming Game & Activities, 12:45pm

    Saturday, October 1 cheer on the Challenger Football Team as they play Wisconsin Heights.

    12:50p-ALCS vs. MCDS Volleyball Scrimmage
      1:00p-Kick-off Homecoming Football Game
                 Challengers vs.Wisconsin Heights

    Half-time Homecoming Court with King & Queen announced & ALCS MS Flag Football Scrimmage

  • Oct 6-ALCS Town Hall Meeting; 7p in the Library

  • PSO Organization Invitation

    The ALCS Parent Support Organization would like to kick-off a few sub-committees to assist in planning this year's events and activities. We would like to invite you to join the ALCS PSO by serving on one of the sub-committees below.
    -Fall Fundraiser Planning Committee
    -Teacher Appreciation Planning Committee
    -Community Nights Planning Committee
    These sub-committees will meet for a limited period of time and would be responsible for planning and coordinating a particular event or activity.  Additional information regarding each sub-committees may be located via this LINK or by cutting and pasting the link below in your web browser.
    We hope to have you on our team!  Please contact Mrs. Ferge (pferge@mcs-wi.com) or Mrs. Koon (lkoon@mcs-wi.com) if you have questions or need additional information.
  • Oct 5-4th Grade F/T World Dairy Expo

    On Oct 5 the 4th grade will visit the World Dairy Expo. Information was sent home in student binders. For questions, contact Mrs. Valencik. 
    -Wear good walking shoes
    -Bring a sweatshirt or jacket
    -Bring a sack lunch from home (unless you pre-ordered one from the ALCS lunchroom)
  • Oct 12-Early Dismissal @11:30 am

    Students will be dismissed at 11:30am. Lunch will not be served.
  • Oct 12-Box Tops for Education Turn-in

    ALCS collects General Mills Box Tops for Education clips throughout the school year; the school benefits and there is no extra fundraising, buying, or selling required for families.
    -Simply check the items that you already purchase for Box Tops  on products you use at home. 
    -Then, put the loose box tops into a zip top baggie OR affix them to a 25 box top collection sheet or a 50 box top collection sheet and turn them in to the school.
    Proceeds raised from the box tops supports ALCS students, K-12.  This year's first turn in date is October 12.
  • Oct 13-14:NO SCHOOL for Teacher In-Service

  • ACT Meeting, 6:30-9:30pm

  • Oct 24 & Oct 30- 2016 Tommy Awards Broadcast WPT

    Be sure to tune in and watch the premiere of the 2016 Tommy Awards on Wisconsin Public Television MON, OCT 24, 8 PM or the encore broadcast SUN, OCT 30, 4 PM. This broadcast is brought to you in partnership with Wisconsin Public Television and Overture Center for the Arts.
    The 2016 ALCS musical of Rodgers + Hammerstein's Cinderella was featured in the show!
  • Nov 3-Winter Sports Parent/Player Meeting, 6:30pm

    For High School students interested in taking part in basketball, it is mandatory to attend the Winter Sports Parent/Player Meeting.
    This meeting will take place on Thursday, November 3rd at 6:30 pm in the ALCS high school gymnasium.
    If your child did not participate in a fall sport please check to see if he/she is due for a physical.  High School age student-athletes must have a physical every other year. The typical schedule requires entering freshmen and juniors to obtain proof of physical. On the opposite years an alternate year card is completed by a parent/guardian. Please contact the athletic office if you are unsure of your child's physical schedule.

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