Abundant Life Christian School proudly presents...
Doors open 45 min prior to show start.
Thur, April 28 @ 7:30 p.m. (Tickets only @ the door)
Fri, April 29 @ 7:30 p.m.
Sat, April 30 @ 2:30 p.m. (only matinee)
Sat, April 30 @ 7:30 p.m.
$8 Child/Student (through age 18)
$10 Adults (19 +)
Purchase Tickets Online HERE
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Grandparents' Day will be on Friday, Apr 29th. We are in need volunteers to help make our grandparents feel like the stars they are! Help is needed in the following areas:
Serve Lunch- 1 more volunteer to help serve food from 10:30-12:00 p.m. Lunch is included.
Donate Treats- Yummy treats for our grandparents (finger-type foods). Please avoid anything with nuts to prevent any issues with nut allergies. Treats should be dropped off by the end of the school day on Apr 28th.
Please contact Ms. Verbeten at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 608-221-1520.
The Elementary Spring Music Program is on Thursday, May 5th at 7pm.
Theme: Hymns of Praise-Featuring each grade singing classic hymns.
Where: Sanctuary of City Church
When: Students should arrive between 6:30 and 6:45 to the fellowship hall (basement of the church) for warm-ups and to get into their standing order.
What to wear: While there is no color scheme for this year's program, all students should wear dress clothes. Please no t-shirts, jeans, or tennis shoes. Help your child dress for excellence! Dress code applies.
Need dress shoes?
I believe dress shoes are important for a concert because they help a child feel like the event is out of the ordinary and encourages an increased level of expectation and participation. I know that it is difficult to always have a pair of dress shoes on hand for growing boys, so we have begun a collection of boys' (and men's) dress shoes at ALCS. Please have your child come talk with me at least two days before the concert if he is interested in borrowing a pair.
The MS/HS Spring Choir Concert is coming up Monday, May 16th at 7 pm in the sanctuary of City Church. Students, be looking ahead to make sure you have concert attire and that you have cleared that evening of any other activities.
Please contact me if you (the student) will not be able to attend. Attendance and timeliness will affect your grade. *Even if you are absent from school on that day and the office knows about it, it would be helpful for you to also email me about your situation. You will need to do a make-up assignment.*
Concert Attire Guidelines
*All: Please no jeans, t-shirts, hats, or tennis shoes.
*Gentlemen: Black dress shoes, black socks, black dress pants, and a collared dress shirt. School dress code applies. If you do not own a required item and would have difficulty purchasing it (for whatever reason), please talk with me. We can try and lend you some or work with what you do have. Please talk with me sooner than later if this is the case.
*Ladies: Dress pants or a skirt and a dress shirt or a dress. School dress code applies. Going above and beyond the dress code for the sake of looking like a professional, unified performing ensemble, skirt and dress hems must be at or below the knee, no bare shoulders (no tank tops), no straps should show, and no skin-tight shirts, pants, or skirts. Feel free to check in with me if you are unsure about your outfit. Thank you!
Concert Outfit Colors
-High School: Ladies should wear any combination of black and red. Gentlemen should wear all black with a red tie. Ms. Flaherty has extra red ties if you need to borrow one, but it may be worthwhile for you to purchase one if you plan to be here for more than one year.
-Middle School: Any combination of black, red, and white for ladies and gentlemen. Gentlemen do not need a tie.
Please let me know if you have any questions or concerns. My email is email@example.com.