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Distance Learning at Our Savior Lutheran School

With distance learning at Our Savior, we remained focused on three desired outcomes for students and families during the school building closure and Coronavirus pandemic:

  • Spiritual care and support
  • Building and continuing relationships
  • Focusing on key essential learning (Reading, Math, Writing, and Christian Studies) to finish the school year.

Parent Perspective

We’re doing a lot of baking and outdoor time with one another. Yesterday Leah quickly learned how to play the recorder and she’s adding more and more songs to her repertoire. She is also quickly learning plant identification. We have fourteen acres of land that we can roam and identify various herbs and edible plants. We’re having a ball! She loves dirt bike rides with her Dad too. 
– Julissa & Jordan

About Our Savior Lutheran School
The strength of Our Savior Lutheran rests in the teaching staff working closely with parents on behalf of the students.  This partnership between home, church, and school is what sets us apart from public and other parochial schools. We offer a rigorous academic program with Christ-centered instruction emphasizing a Biblical World View. We hold accreditation with the state of Michigan and with MANS (Michigan Association of Non-Public Schools) and NLSA (National Lutheran School Accreditation).
We are proud of the accomplishments with which the Lord has blessed us these past 60 years and look forward to the future with hope and confidence that the Lord will continue to bless us. We pray that you will join the family at Our Savior Lutheran and see why we feel that we are second to none when it comes to preparing children for life in the 21st century.
For more information, contact Deb Walworth at dwalworth@oursaviorlansing.org
Our Savior Lutheran Church and School
7910 E. St. Joe Hwy., Lansing, MI 48917 | 517.882.8665 
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