At Faith Lutheran, we encourage students to connect their art to other disciplines as well as use it to have a positive impact on the world around them. Visual art classes like studio art, printmaking, sculpting, and fine crafts and 3D arts are available in the middle school and high school.
March 16, 2020-Health UPdate
- Our faculty and staff were blessed to begin our day with Dr. Shadaba Asad, the Medical Director for infectious diseases at UMC. She graciously provided an hour for a presentation on this newest coronavirus and Q & A.
- The Nevada Interscholastic Activities Association (NIAA) has required that schools are not to compete in games or contests, conduct practices, hold meetings, or allow any school facilities to be used by any NIAA athlete or coach until further notice. All middle school sports are following that same directive and are postponed until further notice.
- All school activities are postponed until further notice including clubs, arts, and student life events. Beginning March 18, school events that are officially cancelled will be listed on our website. Rest assured, our campus is safe and clean; we are hoping that the mitigation strategies we are taking at Faith Lutheran will help slow the further spread of this virus.
- The Shield Store on campus is closed until students return.
- The Thrift Store on Rainbow is currently open.
- Beginning Wednesday, March 18, school office hours will be from 8 am until 3:30 pm.
- All coronavirus communication and updates can be found by clicking here.
- The ill person from the Faith Family was seen at UMC this morning and was fully tested. That person has been diagnosed with the common cold.
Update from March 12th, 5:00 PM
Dear Faith Family,
As promised, we are providing updates to you as they develop. We meet and discuss daily and continue to monitor the insights and opinions of health professionals. Today’s meeting has prompted some changes:
Why are the numbers 186 and 78 of interest to Faith Lutheran students? Because this year high school students have 186 classes from which to choose, and middle school students have 78 classes from which to choose. Each student only gets to choose 8 per year so middle school students get to take 24 of the 78 offered in their careers, and high school students get to take 32 of the 186 in their careers. So many choices, so little time!