Washington Co., WI – At the eighth-grade graduation luncheon served at Ozaukee Christian School (OCS), 1214 Hwy 33 West Bend, WI, parents, pastors, and teachers met to celebrate each graduate and encourage them as they enter the next chapter of growth.
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Field Day saw 5th through 8th graders enjoying exciting activities throughout the afternoon in the warm weather. They more than earned the break from regular classes; they served the kindergarten through fourth-grade students in the morning by operating the Field Day activity stations under the guidance of their PE teacher. The opportunity for peer leadership and service was a blessing to all.
During Kindergarten graduation, parents rededicated their children to the Lord as an important part of the ceremony. Eighth-grade graduates prayed and charged them with carrying on the Lion legacy of Ozaukee Christian School.
This year’s closing chapel featured goodbyes, Fruit Reports summarizing God’s work in Ozaukee Christian School throughout the year, and an energizing performance from the Awake Choir, directed by student Abel Hoke.
The Student Leadership Council gave half of their fundraiser earnings to PE teacher Hope Shane for new recess equipment; the other half of the funds will go to the Sheboygan Salvation Army, where the 7th and 8th-grade students served in March.
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