March 2020 Newsletter

March 2020  

Volume 6, Issue 8



We raised $61,472 and packed 10,080 meals for Haiti. In addition, the money raised will be used for prizes for the fundraiser and money for the school. Thank you! to all those who helped with FTN!


 We are monitoring the situation and seeking the Lord as we make decisions for NICS. Please keep us in your prayers.  

 We are still working although mostly from home. Please reach out to staff and faculty using email during this time. We are available to answer questions and provide support.  

 COVID do’s and don'ts  



· Do humble yourself and pray and seek His face and turn from wicked ways, then God will hear from heaven, and will forgive our sin and will heal our land.


· Do stay hydrated and active. It is important to take care of yourself even though you find yourself taking care of your children and possibly working from home.  


· Do look out for the elderly and neighbors.




· Do not be anxious about anything, but in every situation, by prayer and petition, with thanksgiving, present your requests to God.  


· Do not buy more than you need. Be mindful that other’s need supplies too.




Thank you to everyone who chose to fast and pray for NICS. We know that God prepared that time for us knowing what lay ahead. You are the best part of this community in Christ.  


Teacher Recognition… Holly Thomas has truly been, not only an amazing teacher, but a valuable asset for all things NICS. She has a great attitude for the small school environment and is encouraging to others. Using her skill set, she has chaired the English department and streamlined learning for students 7th—12th. Thank you Holly!

 North Idaho Christian School does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national or ethnic origin in the administration of its educational policies, admissions, or its hiring policies. The school reserves the right for purposes of admission to assess the academic, emotional and physical aptitude of each student applicant, basing its findings on previous academic records, character references, a personal interview, and the result of an administered standardized test of general ability.


Blog Post written by:
Paulette O'Neal
School Counselor