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Salmon Project!

Posted on March 28, 2018

Today our 5th and 6th Grade Classes went to the Willow Creek Hatchery on behalf of the Lynnwood Campus and released the salmon that we’ve been raising since they were eggs. What an amazing experience the children had, they definitely learned so much!

Library Loose Change Drive on the Lynnwood Campus!

Posted on March 12, 2018

The book fair is closed but there is still fun to be had! An  anonymous donor is gifting $300.00 to the class who has the highest AVERAGE on the last day of our Loose Change Drive which is Wednesday, March 21st at 9 a.m.!  So get your tractors ready to pull all that loose change in!

Down On The Farm Scholastic Book Fair!

Posted on February 19, 2018

Our "Down on the Farm" Book Fair is here!  Come to the farm and have some fun with exciting new books kids want to read from Scholastic and other popular publishers Feb. 26 - March 9th during school hours.  Stay awhile on Thursday, March 1st and enjoy extended shopping hours 7 a.m. - 7:30 p.m.  
Watch us fill our silo with our loose change drive Feb. 27 - March 21st.  
The Farm Stand will be open for Italian Sodas, Pink Cookies and Ice Cream Bars!  
Your support of the Book Fair and Loose Change Drive helps buy books for our library!

Former CPCS, Lynnwood Campus, student chosen to carry the Olympic Torch!

Posted on January 20, 2018

Haeun Lee attended Cedar Park Christian, Lynnwood campus, as an international student in the 2015 to 2017 school years for fifth and sixth grade.  Morgan Brockmann, sixth grade teacher on the Lynnwood Campus and her husband hosted Haeun in their home.  Haeun not only became a family member of the Brockmann family, she was also a special student on the Lynnwood Campus!

Returning to Korea Haeun entered a nationwide contest for an opportunity to be an official Torch Bearer in the 2018 Olympic Torch Relay.  The theme was “Let Everyone Shine” with an emphasis highlighting those who achieve in their community and those who seek their dreams to open new horizons.  In Korea a nationwide contest asked people to write an essay about something that they pursued that changed their lives.  

Sharing her experiences while living in America with the Brockmann family, Hauen wrote about how the opportunity changed who she was.

Hauen was selected to interview in front of the Olympic Committee and was chosen out of many candidates for the once-in-a-lifetime honour of carrying the official Olympic Torch which she proudly did on January 8th, 2018!