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Parent Teacher Fellowship

The Lebanon Christian Schools PTF (Parent Teacher Fellowship) serves to enrich the Christian school experience for students and their families and to support our invaluable teachers and staff.  Our mission is to create a close knit community among all those connected to our school.  The PTF achieves its goal through four different areas of activity:

Enrichment Programs:  The PTF invites guest speakers and groups to present academic programs to students during the school day.  These programs enhance the already excellent education our students receive at Lebanon Christian Schools.  

Family Fellowship Nights:  These events bring families and staff together for an evening of fellowship and child-friendly activities.  Our annual Fellowship Nights include the Welcome Back Ice Cream Social in August, our Fall Festival in October, and Movie Night in February.  

Teacher Appreciation:  Our teachers and staff work hard to nurture our children in a Christ-filled environment and provide them the best education possible.  It’s only natural that we want to show them our appreciation.  We do this with our annual Holiday Luncheon, our Valentine’s Day Sweet Cart, and Teacher Appreciation Week.  The PTF also assists teachers with their out-of-pocket expenses.  

Fundraising:  The PTF works diligently to raise the money necessary to provide the events our families and teachers appreciate.  We are happy to say that our fundraising is completely activity based; students are never asked to sell anything.  We depend on our ongoing Box Tops Program, the annual Coin Drive, and Hill’s Martial Arts After School Program to raise a large portion of the necessary funds.  This year we are excited to introduce our Live/Silent Auction & Dinner to help reach our financial goals.  

Every parent, teacher, and staff member is intrinsically a member of the Parent Teacher Fellowship at Lebanon Christian Schools.  We welcome your input and need your help to make our activities possible.  All time spent helping the PTF earns volunteer hours for your family.  We invite you to attend our bi-monthly meetings to learn more about our organization and how you can use your God-given talents to support our mission.  Meetings begin at 7:00pm in the Art Room at the Countryside Campus.  2017/2018 meeting dates are as follows:

Questions about the PTF should be directed to Kelly Savage at  ksavage@lebanonchristianschool.org

2017/2018 Calendar of Events


AUGUST       25 - Fellowship Event: Ice Cream Social

SEPTEMBER   19 - PTF Meeting

OCTOBER     2 - Enrichment Program, Grades K-8: Jack Blosser from Fort Ancient, “Show Me & Tell Me about American Indian History”

                  9-13 - PTF Fundraising: Coin Drive

                  27 - Fellowship Event:  Fall Festival

NOVEMBER, 14 - PTF Meeting

                  20 - Enrichment Program, Grades K-8:  Dayton Philharmonic

JANUARY     9 - PTF Meeting

                  10, 17, 24, 31 - Hill’s Martial Arts After School Program

MARCH        3 - Live/Silent Auction & Dinner

                   13 - PTF Meeting

MAY             7-11 - Teacher Appreciation Week

                   8 - PTF Meeting


PTF Board Members & Committee Chairs

President Kelly Savage

VP of Fundraising Raquel Cienega

VP of Programs Nancy Roszell

Secretary Melissa Blackburn

Treasurer Susan Ramsey

Fellowship Chairperson Amy Fornshell

Box Tops Chairperson Ann van der Merwe

“Each one should use whatever gift he has received to serve others, faithfully administering God’s grace in its various forms.” 1 Peter 4:10


Academic Excellence Since 1973

Founded in 1973, Lebanon Christian Schools has been committed to graduating highly skilled leaders that can and will affect their worlds for Christ. We are proud to stand upon our effectiveness, as we observe our former students participating in all levels of society: including military, medicine, engineering, entrepreneurship, and government. We are committed to expanding our reach in the areas of academic excellence, leadership, critical thinking, and entrepreneurship by exposing our students to community, business, and government leaders through lecture and internships at the High School level.

When compared in normative testing, our students consistently score 10-20 points higher than the average. All academic efforts are meant to prepare our students for successful testing in ACT and SAT environments.