We Are Walther Newsletter, August 2022

Welcome to the 22-23 school year! This summer, for the first time since 2019, we have been able to focus our summer planning on things other than COVID–and for this we are grateful! Even though we are not completely out of the woods yet, it feels good to be in a place where we can plan for a school year in terms of curriculum, student life, and all the activities and events that make Walther a special place rather than on social distancing, mask policies, and hand sanitizers. I am still in awe of how amazing our teachers have been the past two years, showing great flexibility, resilience and patience as we continued to serve our students and families no matter what! In spite of the challenges we faced, we have been blessed.
Our scripture verse for this year is John 10:10b, “I came that they may have life and have it abundantly.” In this coming school year, we are going to encourage our students to embrace everything we have to offer, and to experience an “abundant” school year. How can our students get the most out of their high school experience? They can really throw themselves into their work and strive to learn for the sake of learning, not just to get a grade or a credit. They can join one of our sports or clubs, try out for a play, sing with the choir, or play in the band. They can run for Student Council, create art and poetry for Aura, take part in our service projects, volunteer, join the Mathletes, or even start a new club. Walther has so much to offer–why not take advantage and get involved? A life of Abundance is a life well-lived!
Welcome to Walther’s 69th year. May God bless it and may our Broncos experience a wonderful year of abundance!

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Walther Christian Academy is operated for the purpose of providing Christian Education at the secondary level for the families of Lutheran congregations. However, it admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin, and religion to all the rights, privileges, programs and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin and religion in administration of its educational policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school administered programs.