Dallas Lutheran School Students and Teachers Give Back to the Community
Contributed by: LeAnne Langholz
Dallas Lutheran School students spent Wednesday, November 7, making a difference throughout the metroplex by serving others. This fall’s “Beyond My Front Door” program helped 21 different groups which included food banks, nursing homes, adult brain injury day care facilities, elementary and pre-schools, and building wheelchair ramps. Students were involved in planning the various projects and leadership of their peers at the service locations. The entire student body was transported all over the metroplex to help make improve the lives of others. Dallas Lutheran School believes that it is important for its students to learn about civic responsibility and service to their community and those around them.
About Dallas Lutheran School
The Dallas Lutheran School is a coeducational academic community serving students in 7th through 12th grade. The community is made up of a diverse group of students, parents, faculty and staff that all share the love of Christ as their Savior. For over 40 years that shared faith has been the foundation for offering excellence in education to provide students the opportunity to grow spiritually, academically, physically and socially. For more information, please visit www.dallaslutheranschool.com