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Bethlehem Lutheran School News

From upcoming activities to amazing accomplishments and events, we’ll post all of the important BLS happenings right here on our News page. We may even give a helpful parenting tip or two. Check back regularly so you don’t miss a thing. We thank you for your support! 

Christmas Programs

We invite you to join us for some very special Christmas programs coming up soon!

The preschool and pre-kindergarten students will present "Christmas Means...." based on the book Christmas Cookies by Amy Krouse Rosenthal. They will highlight several words of the season and their meanings. Their program will be on Sunday, December 9 starting at 3:00 p.m.

Then our kindergarten through eighth grade students will present "The Legend of the Christmas Cookie" by Dandi Daley Mackall, adapted by Stephanie Rippstein. Their program will be on Tuesday, December 18 at both 2:00 and 7:00 p.m.

Papa John's Fundraiser

The seventh and eighth grade classes are hosting a Papa John’s pizza fundraiser on Wednesday, December 12. Please see the flyer in the recent news slice for details and instructions. All proceeds will go toward the Washington, D.C. trip next spring!

Birthday Party for Jesus

We invite you to a birthday party for Jesus! Check out the details below and plan to join us.

  • Date: Sunday, December 16
  • Time: 9:30 a.m.
  • Where: Gym
  • Who: Kids and adults of all ages! Invite your friends and neighbors!
  • What: Nativity pictures, crafts, and coloring activities
  • Why: Let’s celebrate the joy of our Savior’s birth! Hallelujah!

Bethlehem Lutheran School Water Bottles For Sale

The school office has Camelbak water bottles available for purchase. These 25 oz. bottles are the perfect size for both kids and adults and would make a great stocking stuffer this holiday season! We have a limited supply and will not be re-ordering, so get yours before they are gone! They sell for $22 each.

Bad Weather Procedures

Winter weather may cause school delays or closures. When this occurs, we will generally follow the decision of the Kennewick School District. We will advertise school delays and closures on local radio and television stations. We will also post the information on our Facebook pages, send a flash alert, and email you from Gradelink.