School Advisory BoardThe Christ the King School Advisory Board is comprised of nine members of the parish and school community, who provide guidance and assistance to the principal, work toward maintaining the vitality of the school and assist in fundraising efforts.  The Board also oversees Christ the King's technology initiative and assists with enrollment, retention, and growth initiatives to ensure the continuing vitality of Christ the King School. 

Family and School Association—The Family and School Association is a volunteer parent/teacher organization that provides programs and events to enhance the curriculum, support the faculty and encourage a sense of community and hospitality, all while having some fun together. 

Christ the King School Foundation—Christ the King School has been a treasure for the neighborhood for many years.  We recognize, though, that the cost of a Catholic education can pose a challenge.  In 1993 a group of parishioners formed an independent foundation to create an endowment fund for the school.  This novel approach has proved to be a continuing source of significant financial support for the school and continues to make a Catholic education more affordable for all. 

SPRED—Religious education for all children is a critical mission for Christ the King.  The Special Religious Development program at Christ the King welcomes 6-10-year-olds with learning or developmental disabilities in a small faith group. 

ReachOut Retreats—Youth Ministry at Christ the King seeks to engage 7th-12th-grade youth in experiences of faith, service, and fun!  We participate in parish and Diocese-wide activities as well as the National Catholic Youth Conference.  A highlight each year is the ReachOut Retreat, a weekend of faith, fellowship, service, and fun, which draws participants from the Midwest.   

RE—Our RE program provides religious education for those children not attending Catholic school.  The faculty and staff are made up of volunteers who give of their time and talent to assist in the religious education of young people. 

MANNA—One of the easiest ways to support Christ the King School is through participation in the Manna Program.  Parishioners can buy certificates from national and local retailers at face value.  Christ the King School receives a percentage of the value from the retailer when the certificates are purchased. Certificates can be purchased at the rectory as detailed in The King's Page church bulletin. 

RCIA/RCIC—Christ the King has an Adult Education Program for initiation into the Catholic faith.  The group meets weekly from September through Easter season, learning about Catholicism by studying scripture and the catechism of the Church.  

Christ the King Drama Club—Each year CK students from grades 5-8 present a school play.  The students are introduced to all aspects of theater production and develop their talents and interests in drama, music, song, and dance. They also learn teamwork, fair play and self-confidence.  Adult volunteers are always welcome to support and encourage the students. 

Christ the King Math and Science Club—Christ the King students compete in a Lego robotics competition each year and learn about science, math and engineering all while having fun.  CK’s Little Eagles—This program welcomes newborns through preschoolers along with their parents, grandparents and caregivers to play, sing songs, make crafts and have snacks.  The group meets weekly during the school year and provides a great opportunity to meet new friends and connect with other families.  

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