February Events

February 1
- Gr. 4 to John Marshall HS, 9:20 – 11 am
- Mayo HS night, 5:30-8 pm

February 3
- Gr. 8 to lead Chapel / Concert Choir to sing

February 4
- RCLS Science Fair, 6 pm – NOTE: the gym is closed for the day

February 5
- John Marshall HS Shadow Day, 10:30 – 1:40 pm
- 7/8 BB Conference Tournament – through the weekend
- 5/6 BB Tournament at Faribault

February 7
- Concert Band at Family of Christ

February 10
- Theme t-shirt day
- Gr. 4 to lead and sing at Chapel

February 11
- Grs. 6 and 8 at RCTC for Science Fair set-up/evaluation, 7-9 pm

February 12
- Math Count students gone 8 am – noon
- Grs. 6 and 8 at RCTC for the Science Fair, 11:30 – 2:15 pm

February 12-14
- RCLS Invitational Tournament

February 15
- No School – Presidents Day

February 17
- Kindergarten sings at Chapel

February 18
- Grs. 6-8 at Ironwood Springs, 10:30 am – 2 pm

February 19
- Biology Trip Bake Sale before and after school

February 23
- Gr. 1 to St. Mary’s Hospital, 12:35 – 1:50 pm

February 24
-Gr. 5 leads and sings at Chapel

February 26
- Spirit Day (wear blue & white)

February 27-28
- 7/8 State BB Weekend



Are you seeking a school where your child belongs? Somewhere your child will be celebrated as an individual? A place where students' faith is developed and encouraged? That is what you will find at RCLS. We have a strong tradition of educating the whole child - mind, body, and spirit, raising students to be servants of Christ. We are a faith community where students and parents create lifelong relationships.



An RCLS education provides children with a challenging academic environment. During the formative elementary school years, the focus is on ensuring that critical skills related to reading, writing and mathematics are mastered. As children mature into middle school students, the focus shifts to applying those skills to enable them to be critical thinkers. In addition, technology integration, foreign language instruction and small class sizes are guaranteed.



The RCLS athletics, fine arts and extra-curricular programs teach and encourage Christian values as they promote skills, teamwork and school spirit, providing a wide variety of options. This beautiful balance of academics, arts, athletics and extra - curricular activities cultivate a well-rounded program. This leads to diverse and joyful involvement for RCLS students and their families.

Rochester Central Lutheran School

Welcome to RCLS or Rochester Central Lutheran School! Please explore our website so that you can become familiar with our ministry and educational program. RCLS offers programs for students three years of age through eighth grade. We also offer, "Stepping Stones" which is our School Aged Care (SAC) program. It is held before and after school and during the summer months. SAC is available for children ages 3-12 years. In addition, we offer a homework-based after school program for grades 4-8 called the POST.