JAN. 17, 10-11 AM / FEB. 13, 6-7 PM / MAR. 14, 10-11 AM


Visit the classroom and observe students and staff interacting and learning together (morning events) or tour the classroom and talk with the teachers (evening event). Learn how Immanuel Lutheran School meets the needs of preschool age children and helps them begin their educational journey in a positive, Christian setting.


"When children are young, they are learning sponges. Every new experience, every word they learn, every behavior they adopt, is an investment in a more fruitful future."

Vicki Palmer in The 13 Key Benefits of Early Childhood Education: A Teacher’s Perspective, The Huffington Post.


Can't make it to one of the Preschool Open Houses? Try a splash of preschool at Preschool Splash! Also recommended: Sing and Play!





FRI., MAR. 16, 6-10:30 PM

Students in grades 4 and 5 who attend Immanuel Lutheran Church and/or Immanuel Lutheran School are invited to an upcoming Half Lock-In. Immanuel’s director of children’s ministries/fourth grade teacher Mary Wert will lead the Lock-In, which will include games, Bible study, crafts, snacks, and fellowship.  Permission slips are being distributed in Sunday School, ILS backpacks, and are available in the church and school lobbies and here. Adult chaperones are needed! To volunteer or to learn more about this event, contact Mary Wert at 630 879 7163 or






SAT., MAR. 24, 10:30 AM

Immanuel shares the true meaning of Easter with children preschool age through Grade 3 at the annual Easter Egg Hunt. After enjoying an engaging story of the first Easter morning, children enjoy hunting throughout the ILCS campus for plastic Easter Eggs filled with candy and other treasures. Make this an Easter tradition!

Adults and children Grades 4-8 can contact Mary Wert to indicate their willingness to volunteer to help with this event.





FRI., APR. 13, 11:30 AM

Preschool Splash gives prospective preschoolers and their parents a chance to get to know Immanuel's talented preschool staff, explore preschool classrooms, and interact in the preschool setting. Children will listen to a story, make a craft, and meet other children their age. Parents can talk with the principal and preschool teaching staff and learn how Immanuel can meet their child's needs and exceed their expectations.


"Each child is a special gift from God and is to be encouraged to develop socially, emotionally, physically, cognitively, and spiritually, and accepting and affirming each child’s unique competence as a learner today."

--Immanuel Lutheran School Student and Family Handbook.


Through a caring Christian environment with stimulating, hands-on experiences and varied learning resources, preschool children can gain problem-solving skills, social skills, independence, and a love for learning. These concrete learning experiences broaden the foundation for future learning, providing a strong base from which to grow and develop.





SUN., APR. 15, 1-2 PM

Immanuel’s Kindergarten Preview gives prospective Kindergarten students and their parents a chance to meet the teacher, check out the stimulating classroom, and participate in a sampling of Kindergarten classroom activities. The theme of this year’s Preview is “Pete the Cat.” Come to Kindergarten Preview and see if ILS isn’t the purrfect fit for your future Kindergartener!




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