Grandparents, we are thrilled to welcome all those who signed up to attend Grandparents’ Day on the CHA campus on Thursday, April 6! We hope you’ll stay to join parents, faculty, staff, and students for our all-school Easter Chapel service at 10:30 AM. Full details will be emailed on Tuesday, April 4.
Grandparents’ Day Order of Events
8:30-9:10 AM—Light continental breakfast, served in our Student Center
CHA’s Head of School, Joe Torgerson, will welcome you and share about the exciting things going on at CHA. We’ll have pastries; fruit; yogurt and granola; and coffee, tea, and juice.
9:15-10:00 AM—Classrooms Open House & Campus Tours
Visit your Kindergarten through Grade 5 grandchild’s classroom to meet their teachers and see what they’ve been learning, take a campus tour with Middle and Upper School student hosts, or both!
10:15 AM—Auditorium doors open for seating
10:30 AM—Easter Chapel begins in the Auditorium
Join all students, parents, and guests where together we’ll celebrate the life of Christ—our Rescuer, Immanuel, Healer, Lamb of God, Savior, and King! Chapel will conclude at 11:30 AM.
Frequently Asked Questions
How do I register?
Registration closed on March 30. Please join us for Chapel open to all beginning at 10:30 AM.
Is there a fee for this event?
No, we are happy to host you here at the school, as we know that you’re an important part of your grandchildren’s lives and we are honored to partner with you!
Is this event for the whole family?
Grandparents’ Day is just for you…the grandparents! The rest of the family is invited to come at 10:30 AM for the all-school Easter Chapel. It will be a memorable time of worship during this special season!
What if I have more than one grandchild at CHA?
Yes, as the segment from 9:15-10:00 AM will be open-house style. Grandparents may stop by several classrooms and/or take a school tour.
Who do I contact with questions?
Please email Tawnya Patterson or call her at 847-446-5252, x2308.
“A grandparent is a little bit parent,
a little bit teacher,
and a little bit best friend.”