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Posts from the Principal- 2/25/19

Posts from the Principal- 2/25/19

There is no fear in love, but perfect love casts out fear. For fear has to do with punishment, and whoever fears has not been perfected in love.

- John 1:18

Greetings,

I hope our students had a wonderful break!

Although school was closed, Martin Luther was still filled with students! We had about 40 basketball campers join us this week to enhance their offensive and defensive skills on the court. 

At MLS, we are always looking to improve and expand our offerings to meet the needs of our students. I am pleased to announce the expansion of our Performing Arts Program to include Dance beginning Fall 2019, taught by our very own Ms. Zambelli. Please read the article below for additional details.

I am excited to welcome back Mrs. Linda Lavarello as a member of our staff. She will be joining our Math Department.

With the donation of a Baldwin Grand Piano to our music department, we now have a Hallett-Davis Baby Grand Piano that we will not be using and would like to find a new home for in the Martin Luther community. If you are interested in adopting the piano, please contact Mr. Fredericksen at gfredericksen@martinluthernyc.org or call the school. 

Please support our Cougar Parent Club! They are planning a night of continuous laughter on March 29th. Proceeds support Martin Luther School and Laughter Saves Lives. You can purchase tickets by emailing pta@martinluthernyc.org or through Eventbrite. Additional information below.

Click Here For 'Laughter Saves Lives' Tickets

Have a great week!

Mrs. Younghese

Upcoming Events

2/25 - Spring Athletics Begin

2/26 - Intramural Hockey @ 3:00 pm

     Middle School Basketball Game at Lexington @ 3:30 pm

3/1 - Interim Reports 

What's Happening at MLS

Weekly Photo Recap

Although school was closed, Martin Luther was still filled with lots of students! The mid-winter camp hosted 40 eager campers this past week. The camp was successful in continuing its mission to develop community youth within the halls of Martin Luther School.