Welcome to Atonement, 


May God bless you and your family as you enjoy some time of rest and relaxation this summer!  We are already busy preparing for a great 2018-19 academic year.  This page will be a great resource to you as you also begin to prepare for August.  Below you will find:  Academic Calendar and Special Events, Supply Lists, Summer Reading, Uniform Information & the Family Handbook, 2018-19

Academic Calendar 2018-19

January 22nd:                                         OPEN ENROLLMENT BEGINS! 

                                                                                            (re-enrollment fee is now $200)


May 9th                                                        3rd Grade Field Trip, 8:40am - 1pm

May 10th                                                   Sports Banquet, 6:30pm in the Gym

May 13th                                                    1st Grade Field Trip, 10:15am - 12:45pm

May 16th                                                    8th Grade Field Trip, 9am - 2:30pm

May 17th                                                    8th Grade Last Day, Early Release at 11:30am

May 18th                                                     8th Grade Graduation. 2pm in the Gym

May 20th                                                     PK Field Trip, 9:45am - 11:45am

May 21st                                                       PK Last Day, Closing Program, 9 am

May 22nd                                                    3rd - 5th Grades Water Day, 10am - 2:30pm

May 23rd                                                     Kindergarten Last Day, Closing Program, 9am                                                                                    (dismissal following)

May 23rd                                                     6th & 7th Grade Field Trip (all day)

May 24th                                                     1st - 7th Grade Last Day, Dismissal at 11:30am

May 24th                                                    End of 4th Quarter

  • Please remember that supplies may need to be replenished throughout the year.  Hint/Tip:  Stocking up on some essentials while things are on sale might be a good idea.  
  • Bibles will be given as a gift from PTL to all new students and all 2nd grade students. These will be delivered to your student's classroom when they arrive.  If your student has lost theirs, or you are in need of a new one, please stop by the office.  New bibles are $15.
  • SIXTH GRADE CHROMEBOOKS:  All incoming 6th graders are responsible for purchasing their own Chromebook for for the 2018-19 academic year.  Three options are provided to help you choose what will be best for your student and budget.  All questions should be directed to Mrs. Sarah McDow (smcdow@alcs.org) or Mrs. Tiffany Wismar (twismar@alcs.org)

School Uniforms

Schumacher's Shoes & Uniforms

3601 Hessmer Avenue

Metairie, LA  70006

Order forms:    K-8th Grade,     &      PreK

Ponsetti's Shoes in Clearview Mall

Sweatshirts and sweatpants are available through the Booster Club.  Sweatshirts may be worn in the classroom with regular uniform bottoms.  Sweatpants may be worn for PE during chilly weather.

  • While it is not chilly quite yet, Booster's Club is also selling Atonement Sweatshirts which students are permitted to wear in the classroom.  The order form for those are here.
  • Students in Grades 5-8 are required to wear a PE uniform.  The form to order those through Atonement's Booster Club is here.  Complete the order form and drop it off to the School Office.  Uniforms will be delivered to the classroom.

The Family Handbook provides the purpose, philosophy and objectives of Atonement Lutheran School.  It also includes information on the daily procedures in effect for the 2018-19 academic year.  It is our hope that parents will read the handbook carefully and refer back to it during the school year as questions and concerns arise.  The support of the parent is vital to the child and teacher.  While every effort has been made to cover most aspects related to school operations, no handbook can cover all the complexities of a total school program.  If questions arise, please direct those to the Mr. Molin, our principal.