The administrative team has adopted a majority of the curriculum that will be used for the upcoming school year. You can find the updated list under the “Academics” tab.
Students will not be required to wear uniforms at Legacy Christian School. Our general guidelines will reflect the overriding principles of modesty, school-appropriateness, cleanliness, moderation and safety. A specific dress code will be made available prior to the start of school for students and parents to review.
Personal electronic devices (i.e. cell phones, iPads, tablets, etc.) may be brought to school at the parents’ request. However, they are expected to be kept in the student’s backpack and not taken out for use unless in the presence of a school staff member. Additional information will be provided at the start of the school year.
The safety and security of our students is of the utmost importance. We are actively researching the most effective and appropriate methods of campus security which include video monitoring, fencing along Dairy Road, and the use of volunteers to patrol the campus premises during school hours.
We have not yet adopted any specific lunch options and there is no kitchen to prepare lunches on site. However, we will be exploring options such as establishing a schedule of where advanced orders could be placed and delivered from a number of local fast food restaurants. Our priority is to explore options for as many healthy lunch options as possible.
While parents are not required to volunteer, we value their involvement. There will be a number of opportunities to become involved and we will communicate specific areas where assistance is needed. COVID-19 restrictions may limit parent volunteer opportunities.
Legacy Christian School does not have bus service available. All transportation to and from school is the responsibility of parents. Carpooling with other parents is recommended and encouraged, but is not facilitated by the school.
Due to COVID-19 restrictions it may not be possible to hold chapels. Apart from COVID-19 restrictions, Chapels would generally be held weekly on Friday mornings. Our commitment is for chapels to be engaging and provide age-appropriate experiences centered on the personal application of God’s Word. We want students to look forward to chapels so we are focused on providing a variety of different styles of chapels that excite and challenge our students.
Enrichment Fridays may look different than originally planned due to COVID-19 restrictions. However, the goal is to provide a variety of planned activities along with intentional, individualized and small group student assistance as needed. Teachers may use it as an additional opportunity to revisit subject matter content that needs reinforcing. It is also designed to provide opportunities for extended hands-on activities or special projects. Field trips are planned on Fridays as much as possible. At times teachers may invite outside guests to provide instruction or enrichment in the arts, or to speak on a specific topic the class has been studying. Parent-Teacher conferences and teacher professional development activities are also planned in advance on appropriate Fridays when school is not in session. All of this allows for a more in-depth and intentional academic focus Monday through Thursday.
School hours are Monday through Thursday from 8:30-2:30 and
Fridays from 8:30-12:00. School begins on Monday,
August 31st, 2020 and ends June 5, 2021.
Due to COVID restrictions, visiting the classroom during school hours when students are in class will not be possible. Campus tours may be scheduled and classrooms will be open and available to view after school hours.
The school office is located in the classroom quad area on the Dairy Road side of the facility. School office hours are Mon-Thurs from 8:00-3:30 and Fri from 8:00-2:00. Summer office hours may vary but are generally from 9:00-4:00.
Yes, we are open and are committed to remaining open barring any COVID-19 related closure orders. Complete COVID-19 policies and procedures are on our website.