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Nellermoe Named Park Christian School President
June 1, 2017


MOORHEAD — Park Christian School announced Wednesday, May 31, that it's hired Chris Nellermoe as its new president.




Nellermoe, a longtime PCS teacher and administrator, served as the interim president during the 2016-17 school year.








"This clarifies job descriptions and where my efforts will be focused," Nellermoe said.


His focus on academics going forward will be a "big picture" view, instead of the "day-to-day, hands-on" work of a principal. His work will now have more of an emphasis on the spiritual life of the school, community involvement, networking with sponsoring churches, and developing and creating partnerships.


Nellermoe said it must still be determined how his duties as principal will be distributed, including deciding whether to hire a replacement and whether any of his former duties will be divvied up among current staff.


"I'm just excited for the opportunity and look forward to bringing Park Christian School forward," he said.


Nellermoe received a bachelor's degree from Concordia College in Moorhead and earned a master's degree in educational leadership, and his K-12 principal and superintendent certifications through Minnesota State University Moorhead.


He was a junior high school science teacher at PCS from 1990 to 2004, and then served as elementary principal until 2007. From 2007 on, he was the principal for the kindergarten through 12th grade school and was interim superintendent in 2009.


Nellermoe and his family live in Moorhead and are members of Triumph Lutheran Brethren Church.




Five students to intern at Hoeven's offices in Washington, D.C., Fargo
Saturday, February 4, 2017

PCS is proud of 2014 alum, Ander Sawchuk.  


http://www.inforum.com/news/4211765-five-students-intern-hoevens-offices-washington-dc-fargo



WASHINGTON — Sen. John Hoeven, R-N.D., announced Friday, Feb. 3, that five students are interning in his Washington and Fargo offices.





Alaura Williams of Fargo, Benjamin Jacob of Waconia, Minn., Christian Anheluk of Medora, N.D., and Todd Moellenkamp of Lisbon, N.D., will work in the senator's Washington office.


Ander Sawchuk of Fargo will work in the Fargo office.


Williams is a junior studying political science and criminal justice at Minnesota State University Moorhead. She is the daughter of Angela Williams and Harold Turner.


Sawchuk is a junior at North Dakota State University, where he is majoring in finance, global business and Spanish, and minoring in Arabic. He is the son of Ted and Jana Sawchuk.


Jacob served four years in the U.S. Air Force, primarily in security force units. He will graduate from the University of North Dakota in May with a political science degree. He is the son of Roy and Anne Jacob.


Anheluk is a junior at NDSU studying economics and finance. He is the son of Jerry and Jackie Anheluk, and grew up on a cattle ranch near Medora.


Moellenkamp has a bachelor's degree in psychology from UND and a master's in public affairs from Indiana University.He is the son of Mike and Sue Moellenkamp.


North Dakota students interested in applying for the internship program can get an application online at https://www.hoeven.senate.gov/serving-you/internships. The deadline for applications for summer internships, which run from June through August, is March 15. Questions can be directed to (202) 224-2551.




Park Christian students compete in annual spelling bee
January 30, 2017

MOORHEAD — It was a gym packed with excited onlookers at Park Christian School in Moorhead Monday morning, Jan. 30.


The competition wasn't a sporting event. It was the annual spelling bee.


Twenty students from fourth to eighth grade competed — spelling words from banana to lyre to mahogany.


Seventh-grader Sophia Beach took home the title this year, and for her, it meant a little more.


"It feels really great because last year I was super nervous and my nerves overtook me and I spelled the word 'dojo' wrong," she said.


Beach said she was surprised by correctly spelling "poutine," a Canadian dish.


"I was so surprised, I didn't even know what poutine was," she said.


 


 


See the story here:  http://www.wday.com/news/4208733-park-christian-students-compete-annual-spelling-bee


Pine To Prairie Conference Volleyball Awards
November, 2016

Park Christian School is pleased to announce the following Pine to Prairie Conference Awards for Volleyball:


All-Conference – Lexus Noyes


Honorable Mention – Taryn Nellermoe and Carmen Albrecht


 


 


PCS Serving the Community
November, 2016

Park Christian School is trading classroom work for community service projects at various locations on Friday, November 11th


 


·         The Senior High Choir is presenting a Veteran’s Day program at four different locations:  The Fairmont at 9:00 am, Touchmark at 10:00 am, Moorhead American Legion at 12:00, and  Elim at 1:30 pm.


·         5th graders will be working at Open Doors 65 at 213 NP Avenue from 9:45am – 12:00 noon and 12:45-2:30 pm.


·         7th graders will be making blankets at Park Christian School for the Linus Project from 12:30 – 3:00 pm. 


·         8th graders will be assisting at the Pink House at 1114 16th Ave. N.  The Pink House works to connect international students at NDSU from 12:30 – 2:30 pm. 


·         9th graders will be going to help at the Great Plains Food Bank at 1720 3rd Ave. N., from 12:15-2:15 pm.


·         10th graders will be helping at the YWCA at 3000 University Drive S. from 12:45-2:30 pm. 


·         11th graders will be helping at Charism at 622 23rd St. S. from 12:30-2:30 pm.


·         12th graders will be helping at PCS building shelves for a storage room from 12:30 – 3:00 pm. 


·         The remaining elementary children have been working on service projects at the school this week.  One example is the 3rd graders:  They are making felt stuffed toys for children in orphanages in Nicaragua. 


 


 


Park Christian School to Hold Mock Election Tuesday, November 8th
October 19, 2016

Every four years, during the election year, Mr. Nelson, PCS Social Studies teacher, does a special project with his senior Principles of Democracy class and holds a mock election. 


 


-Students are divided into three political parties


 


-Each party nominates a candidate, creates a political party name, and a platform of school related issues, and crafts a brand/image for their candidate


-Each party works with a fictitious budget to create campaign materials (including 3 TV ads and 2 speeches)


-Each party has the opportunity to ‘fund raise’ during the three weeks to pay for their campaign


-All students in grades 5-12 will act as the electorate college, so the campaigns have to appeal to real voters


-All students in grades 5-12 will vote on Election Day, Tuesday, November 8th during the lunch period.


-Ten special interest groups are created


This is a great learning experience for our students.  The goal of the project is to help them be lifelong concerned citizens, always striving to gain knowledge on issues and candidates, and to exercise their right and privilege to vote.


 


Lunch voting sessions will be from 11:30-1:00 pm at Park Christian School Commons, 300 17th St N, Moorhead.


 


PCS Will Celebrate October 24
October 16, 2016

PCS Ribbon Cutting Celebration October 24


Park Christian School will celebrate additions and renovations to the school with a ribbon-cutting and dedication ceremony starting at 4 p.m. Monday, Oct. 24, in the commons.


The additions made this past summer include new classrooms, renovation of other classrooms, new halls and storage on the southwest side of the school, extending air conditioning throughout the building, and creating a S.M.A.R.T. (Stimulating Maturity through Accelerated Readiness Training) room on the north side of the commons.


 


Park Christian SMART Program designed to boost student's learning
October 16, 2016

Sunday, October 16, 2016 Fargo Forum.  Written by Helmut Schmidt.  Photos by David Samson.


MOORHEAD — Learning can be child's play.


Just ask Sophia Johnson.


The 7-year-old was sporting a big smile after a 40-minute stint in Park Christian School's S.M.A.R.T. room Friday, Oct. 14., with the rest of her first-grade class. "It's really fun. It gets your brain and your eyes ready to learn," Johnson said, taking a break from crawling on a map and alternating between touching numbers and her ears.


Her favorite exercise is swinging rung to rung on the overhead ladder, which is similar to monkey bars. "Five times!" in three minutes, she said proudly.


Ellen Koslowsky, 6, is also a fan of the overhead bars. It's one of the best exercises because it's "about helping your body get smarter," she said.


S.M.A.R.T., or Stimulating Maturity through Accelerated Readiness Training, is a system that uses a series of exercises — including bouncing, balancing, crawling, rolling and swinging around on that overhead ladder — to give students a better sense of their bodies and teach them motor skills that will help make them better learners.


Jenny Browning has overseen the S.M.A.R.T program at Park Christian for the last four of her seven years at the school.


But this is the first year in which she has a room dedicated solely to S.M.A.R.T. for the school's kindergartners and first-graders. The room was added this summer on the north side of the commons as part of a larger addition and renovation project.


"Everything they do has a purpose," Browning said. "It's a multisensory approach to learning."


"They're working on their spelling. They're working on their numbers. They're working on their colors," she said. "Everything they're doing is making connections in their brain. Every activity has a purpose. There's something going on that's helping them get ready to learn."


For example, according to the Minnesota Learning Resource Center, walking on a balance beam helps a child develop balance and body awareness. Body awareness helps children sit still and remain seated. It also helps a child understand left from right, which helps when learning to read from left to right.


The overhead ladder helps a child with eye teaming — using both eyes to see a single image — as they grab each rung to make their way across the ladder. Eye-teaming is important for reading. Children who have trouble with eye teaming may tire easily and show a decline in reading comprehension and even avoid schoolwork.


Auditory activities help children understand distinct units of sound (phonemes), blend of sounds to form words, and develop the brain's ability to organize and make sense of language sounds (auditory discrimination).


It doesn't hurt that all the crawling, creeping, spinning, balancing, rolling and hanging from bars is not only fun, but improves students' physical fitness, strength, coordination and their ability to pay attention.


Before the creation of the S.M.A.R.T. room, Browning would hold the classes in the school's halls.


Next up, she will teach the school's second-grade teachers how they can use the S.M.A.R.T. principals in their classrooms.


"It's a neat program," Browning said. "It's just another tool in our cart to help these kids succeed."


PCS Senior Class Mission & Community Service Trip
April 13, 2015

The Park Christian School Senior Class will be traveling to the Rosebud Indian Reservation this Thursday – Sunday, April 16-19, to serve children and families.


 


The project is being coordinated with the Boys and Girls Club of Mission and Rosebud, South Dakota. 


 


Thursday and Friday after school, the PCS students will have fun activities for the local children.  Friday during the day, PCS will be involved in service projects for the boys and girls club and the local church, Door of Hope Church of Mission.  Saturday will be a day of activities for the children and a barbecue that evening for the families.  Sunday the students will be involved in a local church service.


 


The PCS students will be staying at the Habitat for Humanity dorm in Mission SD.


 


The team is being led by teacher Mr. Matt Larson, and chaperones are Michael Moran, Chris Schuster, and Brooke Stewart. 


 


We are super excited for this ‘capstone’ service opportunity for our seniors and are delighted to be partnering with the Boys and Girls Club of Mission and Rosebud.


 


If you would like to interview staff or students before or after their experience, please contact Teresa Nickel at tnickel@parkchristianschool.org.


Mrs. Betsy Dalrymple Will Be At PCS
April 8, 2016

Mrs. Betsy Dalrymple, wife of North Dakota’s Governor Jack Dalrymple, will be at Park Christian School on Friday, April 10th at 12:45 pm to recognize Lauren Knoll (7th grade) for her outstanding service award.  Lauren has been selected as North Dakota’s top Middle Level youth volunteer in the 2015 Prudential Spirit of Community Awards program.  As a State Honoree, Lauren will receive a $1,000 award, an engraved medallion, and an all-expense paid trip to Washington, D.C. for a series of national recognition events.  


We invite the media to this special recognition event with Mrs. Dalrymple and Lauren Knoll.


Where:  Park Christian School, 300 17th St. North, Moorhead, MN


Date:  Friday, April 10th


Time:  12:45, in Room #310


Please check in at the office and we will take you to the room.


Park Christian School will celebrate National Licorice Day!
April 8, 2015

All PCS students and staff will receive comlimentary licorice on Friday, April 10th in honor of National Licorice Day, which is on Sunday, April 12th.


Kenny’s Licorice, in Perham, generously donated the licorice, and will be at PCS to help celebrate. 


The licorice will be doled out in a short ceremony during Senior High lunch Friday, April 10th, at 12:30 pm in the PCS Commons!


Join us as we celebrate National Licorice Day!!


Qualified Science Fair Projects
February 9, 2015

Park Christian School qualified ten science fair projects for state and one Intel ISEF finalist at the Regional Science Fair this past weekend.

State Team: Sarah Herlihy, Katrina Lodewyk, Olson Langness, Olivia Wagendorf, Elizabeth Krause, Gabby Sandman, Emily Doeden, Lauren Knoll, Kaelen Langness, Jacob Jelinski

Olson Langness: 1st Place in High School projects (Intel ISEF Finalist), State Qualifier, Intel Computer Science Award ($200), Navy Award
Olivia Wagendorf: 1st Place in Jr High projects (Broadcom MASTERS applicant), State Qualifier, Excellence in Chemistry Award, Navy Award, State qualifier for written Paper
Lauren Knoll: 2nd Place in Jr High projects (Broadcom MASTERS applicant), State Qualifier, US Stockholm Jr Water Prize, American Meteorological Association Award, Air Force Award, Navy Award
Jacob Jelinski: 3rd Place in Jr High Projects (Broadcom MASTERS applicant), State Qualifier, ASM Materials Education Foundation Award, Air Force Award

Elizabeth Krause: State Qualifier, Minnesota Academy of Science Inquiry Award ($50), ASU Sustainability award
Kaelen Langness: State Qualifier, American Meteorological Association award
Gabby Sandman: State Qualifier, US Metric Award
Sarah Herlihy: State Qualifier, Junior Science and Humanities State Qualifier

Amy Jacobson: Red Ribbon, US Stockholm Jr Water Prize, ASU Sustainability Award

The PCS Science Fair is directed by teachers Mrs. Krista Rankin and Mrs. Nancy Schnabel.


NDSU Cheer Team Assisting PCS Cheer Team
January 30, 2015

The NDSU Cheer Team will be performing and assisting at the PCS Cheer Camp Saturday, February, February 7th, from 10:00 am to noon!

PCS hosts a cheer camp twice a year. There were over 100 campers at the fall cheer camp.

The camp is for students in K-5th grade students all over the region. The PCS cheer campers will perform at half time of the game Boys\' basketball game on 2/13/15, 7:30 pm game start time.

The camp and the half time performance will be held in the PCS gym; 300 17th St. N., Moorhead, MN.


Park Christian School Science Fair
January 26, 2015

Thursday, January 29, 2015, students from Park Christian School in grades 7, 8, and 10 are competing in a school level Science Fair. Students spend up to 5 months working on projects.

Judging is from 8:15 am - 12:00 noon. Judges are from all over the science community.

The Awards Ceremony is from 1:15 - 1:30pm. The public is welcome to this ceremony.

Projects are open for public viewing from 1:30 pm - 3:00 pm.

The Fair is held in the Park Christian School Gymnasium at 300 17th St. N., Moorhead.

The results of the PCS Science Fair are actually rather stunning. Results from just the last 3 years;

In 2014
- Seventeen students were selected to present at Regionals.
- Six students placed high enough to present at the State Science Fair.
- One student received a Silver in the Grand Awards at the State Science Fair.
- Four students received Bronze in the Grand Awards at the State Science Fair.

In 2013
- Nineteen students were selected to present at Regionals.
- Eight students placed high enough to present at the State Science Fair.
- At State, one student took 1st place overall, winning a free trip to present at the International Science Fair.
- At State, one student took 2nd place overall, winning a free trip to present at I-SWEEP.
- At State, one student took 1st place of all the high school papers.
- At State, one student took 1st place of all the Jr. High papers.
- At the International Science Fair, (Intel ISEF) out of 1600 projects presented, a PCS student won a 3rd grand award in Plant Sciences. This is a huge accomplishment.

In 2012
- Fourteen students were selected to present at Regionals.
- Nine students placed high enough to present at the State Science Fair, taking 1st, 2nd, and 4th overall.
- At State, the 1st place student won a free trip to present at the International Science Fair.
- One student's results/paper was published in a professional medical journal.


Park Christian School Introduces Stock Market Game for all 7th-12th graders
September 18, 2014

Personal finance and financial literacy are hot topics in educational these days.

Stock-Trak's HowTheMarketWorks.com site is a free stock market game site that gives users virtual cash and allows them to buy and sell U.S. stocks to test their stock portfolio skills against their classmates.

Mr. Michael Levang, Park Christian School Junior and Senior High Principal, set up HowTheStockMarketWorks.com for all Park Christian School 7th - 12th graders by giving them each $10,000 virtual money to trade, buy, and sell. Time will tell how they will all do. They have until the end of May. As of September 18, (a mere 2 weeks into trading) Gage Stromme is off to an amazing start, with a gain of 68.6%! Maybe he should look into a career in the stock market!

According to the website, 96% of the HowTheMarketWorks.com users report that, after using the site, they are more confident in their investing abilities.


Minnesota 2013-14 high school top 10 stories of the year
June 30, 2014

Park Christian School Boys' Basketball Team makes MN 2013-14 high school top stories of the year. View the story here.


Park Christian School Receives Accreditation Letter
June 10, 2014

On June 10, 2014 the ACSI Mid-America Accreditation Commission held its annual meeting and unanimously voted to approve the recommendation and grant ACSI accreditation of Park Christian School for five years. They stated that our 'continual demonstration of commitment to having a school with a quality program of education is commendable, and that the students of PCS will be greatly rewarded because of these efforts\'. Park Christian School will receive dual accreditation from Association of Christian Schools International and AdvancED through this process.


Michael Richards - Eagle Scout Rank
June 26, 2014

Michael Richards - Eagle Scout Congratulations to Michael Richards for earning his Eagle Scout rank.

He was recognized Saturday, May 3 at a ceremony at Elim Rehab and Nursing Home, where he did his Eagle Scout project.






First PCS Presidential Scholar
June 26, 2014

Haleigh Larson - Presidential Scholars Competition Haleigh Larson, PCS 12th grader, has been selected as a 2014 Presidential Scholar. The White House Commission on Presidential Scholars, appointed by President Obama, selects 141 honored scholars from over three million graduates, annually, based on their academic success, artistic excellence, essays, school evaluations and transcripts, as well as evidence of community service, leadership, and demonstrated commitment to high ideals.

Haleigh will be presented with this prestigious award during the annual ceremony in D.C. in June. Mrs. Krista Rankin, PCS Science teacher, is invited to attend with her as the most influential teacher in her life.

Haleigh will be attending Yale University in New Haven, CT in the fall. Yale has an acceptance rate of less than seven percent. (6.8%) She has received a scholarship to Yale that covers nearly all of the tuition.

Haleigh will begin an internship under James Rothman. He won the Nobel Prize in medicine and physiology in 2013.

We are extremely proud of Haleigh's achievements.


PCS 6th graders head to St. Paul Thurs., May 1 to take part in the Museum Marvels Tour
April 25, 2014

Mrs. Striker (PCS 6th grade teacher) applied for the MacMillan Field Trip Grants Program and received a scholarship for all PCS 6th graders to visit the Minnesota Historical Society and participate in the "Museum Marvels" tour in St. Paul, MN.

With the state capitol within walking distance of the museum, they are scheduled for a guided tour of the Capitol in the afternoon.

They are learning about the geography, facts of the state, and famous people of Minnesota.


Chrystal Deringer Hired as Head Volleyball Coach
April 25, 2014

Chrystal Deringer has accepted the head volleyball coaching position at PCS for the 2014-2015 school year. Julie Faul, head coach from 2012-2014, requested to step down as she works to pursue her master's degree. Ms. Faul will continue to serve as the assistant/JV coach this year. Alicia Greening remains on staff as the assistant/C squad coach.

Chrystal competed as a Student-Athlete at NDSU from 1994-1997. She officiated at the high school and college level from 1997-2001 and again at the high school level from 2005-2009. Mrs. Deringer was the Assistant Coach at Fargo North the 1999-2000 season and the Head Coach the 2000-2001 season. She has coached a number of JO Volleyball teams ranging in age from 12's to 18's and is currently coaching the PCS 14\'s JO team.


Haleigh Larson - Presidential Scholars Competition
April 23, 2014

Haleigh Larson - Presidential Scholars Competition From nearly 3.2 million graduating high school seniors, over 4,000 students were identified as candidates in the Presidential Scholars competition. 565 finalists have been selected from across the country. These semifinalists form the pool from which the 2014 U.S. Presidential Scholars will be chosen.

Haleigh Larson, Park Christian School 12th grader, was selected as one of the 565 semifinalists to advance to the final round of the 2014 U.S. Presidential Scholars competition. Please see the attached press release with the details, and a more complete description of the program.

We are extremely proud of Haleigh's achievement.

Haleigh is an accomplished, goal driven, talented young lady who is accepted to Yale in the fall. If you would like to speak with her, please feel free to contact the school at 218-236-0500.


Park Christian School senior, Haleigh Larson, has been named a candidate in the U.S. Presidential Scholars Program
February 26, 2014

Contact: Park Christian School
Teresa Nickel, Director of Admissions
tnickel@parkchristianschool.org
218.236.0500

Park Christian School senior, Haleigh Larson, has been named a candidate in the U.S. Presidential Scholars Program.

Haleigh Larson, a graduating senior at Park Christian School, has been named one of more than 3,000 candidates in the 2014 U.S. Presidential Scholars Program. The candidates were selected from nearly 3.4 million students expected to graduate from U.S. high schools in the year 2014.

Inclusion in the U.S. Presidential Scholars Program, now in its 50th year, is one of the highest honors bestowed upon graduating high school seniors. Scholars are selected on the basis of superior academic and artistic achievements, leadership qualities, strong character and involvement in community and school activities.

Over 3,000 candidates were selected for their exceptional performance on either the College Board SAT or the ACT Assessment. In addition, each Chief State School Officer (CSSO) was invited to nominate three male and three female candidates, based on their outstanding scholarship, residing in the CSSO\'s jurisdiction. Further consideration is based on students\' essays, self-assessments, descriptions of activities, school recommendations, and school transcripts. A distinguished panel of educators will review these submissions and select 560 semifinalists in early April.

The Commission on Presidential Scholars, a group of up to 32 eminent citizens appointed by the President, will make final selection of the Scholars. They will select one young man and one young woman from each state, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, and U.S. students living abroad; 15 students at-large; and up to 20 students from the creative and performing arts. The U.S. Department of Education will announce the Scholars in May.

Scholars will be invited to Washington, DC, for several days in June to receive the Presidential Scholars Medallion at a recognition ceremony and to participate in events and activities with their elected representatives, educators, and other leading individuals in public life.

Haleigh is the daughter of Pete and Linda Larson.


Park Christian School Science Fair Produces Stunning Results
January 17, 2014

Contact: Park Christian School
Teresa Nickel, Director of Admissions
tnickel@parkchristianschool.org
218.236.0500


Park Christian School Science Fair Produces Stunning Results

Thursday, January 23, 2014, students from Park Christian School in grades 7, 8, and 10 are competing in a school level Science Fair. Students spend up to 5 months working on projects.

This year we have projects in the following categories: Animal Science, Behavioral and Social Science, Chemistry, Computer Science, Energy and Transportation, Engineering, Environmental Management, Environmental Science, Medicine and Health, Microbiology, Physics and Astronomy, and Plant Science.

Judging is from 8:15 am - 12:00 noon. Judges are from all over the science community.

The Awards Ceremony is from 1:15 - 1:30pm. The public is welcome to this ceremony.

Projects are open for public viewing from 1:30 pm - 3:00 pm.

The Fair is held in the Park Christian School Gymnasium at 300 17th St. N., Moorhead.

The results of the PCS Science Fair are actually rather stunning. Results from just the last 2 years;

In 2012
Fourteen students were selected to present at Regionals.
Nine students placed high enough to present at the State Science Fair, taking 1st, 2nd, and 4th overall.
At State, the 1st place student won a free trip to present at the International Science Fair.
One student's results/paper was published in a professional medical journal.

In 2013
Nineteen students were selected to present at Regionals.
Eight students placed high enough to present at the State Science Fair.
At State, one student took 1st place overall, winning a free trip to present at the International Science Fair.
At State, one student took 2nd place overall, winning a free trip to present at I-SWEEP.
At State, one student took 1st place of all the high school papers.
At State, one student took 1st place of all the Jr. High papers.


We invite the media and the public to come and enjoy observing the culmination of these student's hard work.


Sanctity of Human Life Gathering
January 15, 2014

Contact: Park Christian School
Teresa Nickel, Director of Marketing
tnickel@parkchristianschool.org
218.236.0500

Sanctity of Human Life Gathering
Wednesday, January 22, 2014
2:30-3:10 p.m.
Park Christian School
300 17th St. N.
Moorhead, MN 56560


Life Is For Everyone (LIFE Coalition) invites you to attend a pro-life gathering to commemorate the solemn 41st Anniversary of the Roe v. Wade Supreme Court decision that legalized abortion. We will meet at Park Christian School in Moorhead, MN.

L.I.F.E will introduce students who have been selected from Shanley High, Sullivan, Park Christian, and St. Joseph Schools. These students will present their speeches answering the question, "What makes all human life valuable?"

Kate Lodewyk and Kaylen Quanbeck, both 9th graders, will be presenting from Park Christian School.

We sincerely hope that you can join us in supporting our students and the community to grow in our society's obligation to respect and protect the right to life for all humans. Please call L.I.F.E. at 701-219-4380 for more information or E-mail us at lifeis.foreveryone@yahoo.com.


Park Christian School 2014 National Geographic Bee
January 8, 2014

Contact: Park Christian School
Teresa Nickel, Director of Admissions
tnickel@parkchristianschool.org
218.236.0500


Park Christian School 2014 National Geographic Bee

Thursday, January 9th at 1:15 PM in the Park Christian School gymnasium, twenty Park Christian fourth through eighth grade students will compete in the 2014 School level National Geographic Bee.

The media and the public are invited to this challenging event.

The National Geographic Society has held the National Geographic Bee for students in the fourth through eighth grades in thousands of schools across the United States and in the five U.S. territories, as well as in Department of Defense Dependents Schools around the world for twenty six years.


Park Christian School Student Council to host Eggnog Chugging Contest
December 18, 2013

Contact: Park Christian School
Teresa Nickel, Director of Marketing
tnickel@parkchristianschool.org
218.236.0500


Park Christian School Student Council to host Eggnog Chugging Contest


The Park Christian School Student Council will be holding the annual Eggnog Chugging contest today, December 18, 2013, at the beginning of the Senior High lunch (lunch is from 12:17-12:43). Park Christian students will cheer someone on to victory; whoever can chug 1 quart of eggnog the fastest.

This has become an annual event. We welcome the media to this fun, festive, spirited event.

Park Christian School
300 17th St. N.
Moorhead, MN 56560