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  • ACT Bake Sale after school

    ACT will be selling cookies, brownies and puppy chow after school.
    Merchandise will also be on sale. Proceeds from concessions will be going to “Every Daughter”, a local organization that fights human trafficking.

  • Menu Update this Week

    Tuesday and Wednesday's lunch menu's will be switched this week.

    uesday: Chili or Chicken Drumstick with Garlic Bread, French Fries, Celery, Choice of Fruit and Milk.
    Wednesday: Soft Shell Tacos of Tortilla Chips w/Taco Meat,  Or Hamburger, Shredded Lettuce, Refried Beans, Mini Muffins, and Choice of Fruit and Milk. 

  • Feb 21-Town Hall Meeting, 6:30, LMC

    Mark your calendar and plan to attend our spring Town Hall Meeting on Thur, Feb 21. Come to the LMC at 6:30 pm to get more information about what's coming up at ALCS,  ask questions, and give to feedback.  We hope to see you there!

  • Feb 22 – Box Tops Turn-In

    ALCS collects General Mills Box Tops for Education throughout the school year.  Just 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 love box tops collection sheet and turn them in to the school. Proceeds raised from the box tops supports ALCS students, K-12, and in particular our PE classes.  Turn in date is Friday, February 22.

  • Feb 22-Order a Yearbook by Friday!

    The yearbook is almost done, & final numbers need to be sent to production by the end of the week next week.There are 2 different yearbooks:
    An Elementary/Middle school book which is a soft-covered book and our high school book, & a High School book which is a hard-covered book with a student designed cover this year!
    Each enrolled student at ALCS receives one yearbook for the grade level that they are in (Elementary/Middle School students receive the soft cover book & HS students receive the hard cover book). If you would like to order the other book so you have them both as a memory of this year, please email Miss Ferge at with your order by 3:30 pm on Friday, February 22nd! 
    Yearbook Pricing: 
    Elementary/MS yearbook - $12.75
    HS yearbook - $29.75


  • Feb 22-Yearbook Family Movie Night

    Yearbook Family Movie Night Rescheduled (again)!  

    Join us
    Friday, February 22 for the rescheduled Yearbook Family Movie Night to watch ‘Finding Dory’ in the Library (LMC).  The movie is FREE – concessions will be available (pizza, popcorn, applesauce, etc) for sale to help support the yearbook.  Movie starts at 5p; the LMC and concessions open at 4:30p.
    (Elementary students should be accompanied by an adult)

  • Check the ​Lost and Found!

    We have a lot of great clothing and miscellaneous items in our lost and found currently on display in the Main Foyer – please see if any of your items are there.  Items not reclaimed will be donated to charity.
    To help reduce the number of items for Lost and Found, please take a moment over the weekend to note your student’s name INSIDE his/her lunch box/bag, on water bottles,and on the tag of his/her sweatshirt/coat. This will help us get the left or misplaced item back to the student, saving you money and worry.   

  • Feb 21-Lunch Visit w/MCDS Track Coaches

    The MCDS Track Coaches will visit HS lunch on Feb. 21, 2019 to talk with and recruit potential track athletes for the 2019 Track season.

  • March 8 – Spring Reading Fair and Book Sale

    It’s time for a very special event . . . our annual reading fair and book sale on March 8 from 3:30p-7p.  The Scholastic Book Sale returns to ALCS along with the reading fair.  We’ll dress up, play games, enjoy dinner and treas, hear special readers, and have fun as we visit the ‘Carnival’ at this year’s fair.  Plan to join us!

  • March 12 – Scoopie Night, 5-8p

    Our Parent Support Organization is hosting an ALCS Scoopie Night at Culver’s (4401 Cottage Grove Road, Madison).  Have dinner or a treat or go through the drive thru – a portion of all proceeds between 5p – 8p will benefit the PSO to support student scholarships and school improvement projects.  Mark your calendar and let Culver’s do the cookin’ on March 12!

  • We Need You!

       We are in need of many volunteers to host our home Challenger Basketball games at ALCS. Please assist the ALCS Athletic Department by signing up on the link below. We have over 200 volunteer opportunities for both JV and Varsity Girls and Boys Basketball home games. If every family signs up for 8 volunteer shifts, we will have all the home games covered sufficiently. Training will be provided if you need it.

    If you do not know what the volunteer shift entails, please contact either Luanne Koon at or Courtney Walker at

    Thank you for your support and Go Challengers! 

    2018-2019 Basketball Volunteer Needs

  • Save These Dates for Athletics!

    Save the Date!Make sure to mark these athletic-related special events on your calendar!
    April 13 (Sat):  Challenger Sports Banquet and Auction
    June 10 (Mon): Challenger Golf Classic

  • April 1 – ALCS Pizza Ranch Night (rescheduled), 4-

    We are trying again on Apr 1 at the Sun Prairie Pizza Ranch for dinner.  A portion of the proceeds between 4p – 8p will go to support student scholarships and school improvement projects.  PSO will need some parent volunteers to help that evening to help clear tables – if you are available for a shift, please email

  • FYI-Snow Info

    SNOW:  We have three simple rules about playing in the snow for the students’ safety that we would appreciate you encouraging your child(ren) to follow when at school:  

    1. Play in it & with it, but keep it on the ground (aka - no throwing snow balls or snow)
    2. Eat lunch, not snow! (aka – please don’t eat the snow)
    3. Leave snow outside where its happy  (aka – brush yourself off & no filling gloves/pockets/hats with snow to ‘save for later’*)  
    SLEDDING:  It has been a long-standing practice of parents to send sleds to school for their elementary students. Sledding is not a school-sanctioned activity – we neither encourage nor discourage it; sledding is the sole purview and responsibility of the parent.  Students sled only at the discretion and permission of their parents.  

    While ALCS does not prevent K-5 students from bringing sleds and sledding, the following rules do apply if a parent chooses to allow his/her student to sled: 
    1. All sleds must be clearly marked with the student’s name AND grade.
     ONLY the student to whom the sled belongs is allowed on the sled; sleds may not be shared – no piggy backing, doubling up, etc. 
    2. The student who owns the sled is the only user of the sled; this is how permission for sledding is understood (no sled = no permission to sled). 
    3. Students must have snow pants, boots, and gloves on to be allowed to sled. 
     ALCS is not responsible for sleds that are broken or go missing; sleds are kept outside the south foyer doors and are the responsibility of the individual student/family.  [we recommend families take them home each Friday]
    4. Should conditions change, ALCS reserves the right to end or limit sledding if students’ safety is a concern.
    We do all we are able to keep the students safe while sledding and these rules help us do so.  Some students are sad when they cannot sled, but without a sled of their own, we simply cannot allow them to do so. Building forts and playing in the snow can be an easy distraction for them. Contact Miss Barbie if you have any questions about sledding at ALCS.

    SNOW DAYS: If school is canceled or delayed due to weather, all parents are notified via text message and email (please make sure your phone numbers and emails are up-to-date in ParentsWeb!).  *If you're only phone number is your cell phone, please list it in BOTH the cell phone and home phone field.  Check your Parent Alert settings in Parentsweb if you are not receiving texts and would like to.

    We also post the information to the announcements section of our website and on our Facebook page. We notify the media and you will find us listed typically as Abundant Life Christian School OR Madison - Abundant Life Christian School depending on the station. We want to prevent inconvenience and frustration by communicating.

  • Report Absences & Tardies-Call or Email by 8:30 am

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    Your child's safety is very important to us. Please notify the school by 
    8:30 am
     if your child: 

    ~Is ill
    ~Will be absent for any reason
    ~Will be arriving late for any reason (doctor appointment, car issue, etc.), 

    -Call 608-221-1520 and leave a message on the Attendance Line (1) OR
    -E-Mail attendance to
    The office provides notification to the faculty of attendance.  Thank you!
    *If you are emailing the teacher, please be sure to copy the attendance office!

  • ALCS is always looking for Subs!

    ALCS is looking for substitute teachers for the 2018-19 school year. 

    Qualifications: Have a personal relationship with Jesus Christ, agree with our statement of faith, and have experience with children. This is a great way to impact students and scheduling is flexible! Click HERE to learn more about applying.


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