Dr. Matthew Blomstedt, Nebraska Commissioner of Education, as well as our LCMS district office in Seward, have both recommended that all Nebraska schools including our Lutheran system operate online classes through the end of this school year.
Hampton Lutheran School will continue online education for our students through April 30. April 30 will be our last day of school. There will be no classes on Friday, April 10 in honor of Good Friday or April 13 on Easter Monday.
Hampton Lutheran School will be open for parents only this Thursday, March 26 to:
- Drop off homework
- Drop off library books
- Pick up new homework (lower grades)
- Drop off plant sale orders
- Clean out desks and lockers
We ask you follow this schedule to allow for social distancing:
- March 26 9–10:30 AM: Parents of multiple HLS students and grades 2, 4, 6
- March 26 10:30 AM to noon: Parents of preschoolers, kindergartners, and grades 1, 3, 5
If this is inconvenient for you, or if you need a private pickup time for health reasons, please contact Mrs. C to arrange another time.
We ask God’s blessings for each of you as we move forward. We have been talking about this in fifth and sixth grade and on Kidblog. God does not cause evil to happen. We live in a very fallen and sinful world, but be on the lookout for how God will work in the midst of hard circumstances. It makes our school verse all the more relevant:
Rejoice Always, Pray Continually, Give thanks in ALL circumstances for this pleases the Lord.1 Thessalonians 5:16–18