TO KEEP IT
HAPPENING FUND


"Nurturing Spiritual
& Academic Growth"

We are asking you, 
as a parent, grandparent, 
former student, and 
friends of FLS for continued 
support. Since 2008 over 
$100,000 has been received 
in the "FLS To Keep It 
Happening Fund."

 

In the past few years First Lutheran School:

  • Had seven high school valedictorians or salutatorians

  • Finished in the top three of the Lutheran Spelling Contest eight times

  • Qualified in the Minnesota State Geographic Bee

  • Won the GSL District Spelling Contest four times

  • Won championship in the Lutheran State Basketball Tournament

  • Participated in the Lutheran National Tournament in Valparaiso, IN

  • Tied for 14th place in the 7th Grade Minnesota Math League Contest

  • Participated in the Regional & State Science Fairs


The FLS To Keep It Happening Fund is 
designated for educational improvements 
in the school, providing funds for families 
who need tuition assistance, and keeping tuition rates at an affordable cost for all parents. We are asking you to prayerfully consider a special gift. All gifts to the "FLS
To Keep It Happening Fund" are fully tax deductible. We hope that you will consider helping as we strive to provide an education that nurtures spiritual growth and success in the world for our children.

Thank you for your consideration of this request and all that you have done to assist First Lutheran School in the past.

God's richest blessings to you and your family.

To participate, download the file, fill out and send in/drop off to First Ev. Lutheran School.


THRIVENT CHOICE


We encourage any Thrivent member making donations, both member and non-member, to take advantage of the benefits found in the Thrivent Financial for Lutherans "Thrivent Choice" Program. This program started in the summer of 2010. For more details, contact the Church Office for a Thrivent member. We thank Thrivent for their partnership in the ministry!
 

STUDENT AID & PONATH SCHOLARSHIP


These programs allow children to enroll at First Lutheran who otherwise may not be able to afford the tuition.

FIRST EV. LUTHERAN SCHOOL FUND-RAISING PROGRAMS


During the school year First Ev. Lutheran School families are asked to participate, if they choose, in various fund-raising activities. All fund-raising programs are done on an optional volunteer basis. During the year these activities generate additional funding for the school in the range of $13,000 to $16,000. Below is a list of some of the activities scheduled for the year. If you have any questions on a particular activity please call the school office, 320-864-3317.

 

BOX TOPS FOR EDUCATION

Please remember to turn in the "Box Tops for Education" labels. The school received $.10 for each label returned.

 

Amazon Smile!

Follow this link below to easily support our school while you shop on Amazon! Funds will automatically be depostited into the school’s checking account each quarter. It’s an easy way to support our school and there is no extra cost to you! Thank you for your help!

Click this to start Amazon Smile

 

COBORNS MORE Rewards – 
School Rewards is one way Coborn’s Inc. fulfills its commitment to investing in the youth in our communities.

Coborn's, Inc. is committed to donating $150,000 to the program during the 2017-2018 school year (September 1, 2017 through May 31, 2018). The points your school earns will help grow their share of the $150,000 total. It's like a pie - the size of your school's slice will depend on how many points they have received. Reward checks will be issued by June 30, 2018.

VISIT: www.moreRewards.com/school to designate First Lutheran School to receive rewards.  By registering for the program and shopping Coborn’s Inc family of stores, schools and childcare organizations can earn cash to be used for any expenses.

LOAVES 4 LEARNING

Start saving UPC proof-of-purchases from any Country Hearth or Village Hearth product. Each one is worth 5 cents. UPCs can be dropped off in our designated collection box. Call the school office for more information or to help with the program. Visit online at www.Loaves4Learning.com.