We live in an instant world. Internet, pictures, updates, texts, etc. It has all altered our minds, making us think at a faster rate and causing us to expect things at a faster pace.

 Because of this, sometimes we can hear from God and think that whatever He has spoken is going to happen instantly. Yet most of the time, it’s a process, and this is actually a good thing! The process is ordained by God to help mold you into the person He has called you to be.

 This is why it’s so important to stay faithful where you are right now and rejoice for what is to come, knowing God is in control of the timing. What’s more, He has it all planned out for your good!

The Lord is good to those who wait for him, to the soul who seeks him Lamentation 3:25


LCA will be selling donuts tomorrow morning at 8am in the Elementary School lobby! Donuts are just $1 so be sure to stop by and help support our school!! If you are interested with helping sell donuts on Friday mornings for service hours, please contact Hannah.Griffin@LCAeagle.org!

Girls VolleyballGirls Volleyball is AT HOME tonight facing Altamont! Frosh play at 3:30pm, JV at 4:45pm and Varsity at 6pm! Concessions will be available, so come out and help support our Lady Eagles!

High School Cheerleading

If you are interested in becoming a LCA cheerleader for the upcoming basketball season, next week is your week! We will have a Cheer Clinic on Wednesday, October 10th from 4pm-6pm. Tryouts will take place Thursday, October 11th at 4pm. You do NOT have to have cheer experience to come to the clinic or try out! We hope to see a lot of you there!

If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Maxfield!

Service Hours Opportunities

Speech and Debate season is upon us! We are finalizing the schedule in these next weeks and are planning on having a great season. These tournaments are typically Friday and/or Saturday’s at a local High School and are a BLAST! Picture 200-800 High School students from around the state in one place all trying to communicate messages that are important to them. Each tournament presents an opportunity for parents and families to earn quick service hours. At each tournament, we need volunteer judges to bring with our team to help judge events. THIS IS NOT HARD! All training will be provided at each tournament and most of the judges are brand new to speech and debate. Essentially, you will be handed a criteria sheet, listen to students speeches, dramas, or debates, and judge based on the outlined criteria on the sheet. You are also fed a meal and will have many snacks.
As an incentive for volunteer judges, I am offering DOUBLE SERVICE HOURS to all who come and help. I had one parent receive 22 hours last year from 1 Saturday tournament. Not only can you rack up service hours doing this, but you are making an impact on students lives from around the state!
If you’d like more information about judging and our schedule for the year, please contact Sean Musil. His email is sean.musil@lcaeagle.org.


Reality Town is fast approaching! This is a great event for our Junior High students to get a glimpse of what life is like in the real world. They will learn practical skills of finance like paying bills, grocery shopping, and keeping track of spending! For this event, we are in need of someone to help us in making debit/credit card readers out of wood or something of the like. (Sturdy material, not cardboard.) If you are interested in helping with this project, please email linda.seager@lcaeagle.org!


For the past several years we have been blessed with donations of special handmade prayer blankets to distribute to students who are experiencing injuries, illnesses, surgeries or loss of a family member, which keep them out of school for a prolonged time.  Unfortunately, we have exhausted our supply of blankets.  Because this has been such a blessing to the students who have received them, we would like to continue to provide them.

If you are interested in knitting, crocheting or sewing simple lap-sized blankets to be donated for distribution you will receive 7 service hours per blanket.  Please contact Angie.Justice@lcaeagle.org if this is something you would like to do.

Substitute Teachers

Layton Christian Academy is looking for several people who love children and are available to step into a classroom, follow a provided lesson plan and cover for teachers as needed.

The qualifications to be a substitute teacher at Layton Christian Academy are:

  • Profession of faith in Jesus Christ
  • Flexibility and availability
  • Substitute teachers do not need to have a teaching license, or a degree.
  • A desire to teach and help students.

If you are interested in becoming a substitute teacher, please email Angie Justice at angie.justice@lcaeagle.org for further information.

Main Office Needs

Often times your child may need a few items during the school day from the Main Office because of a bump or scrape, headache or stomach ache. We try to have things on-hand to help with these little aches and pains! With your help, we are able to keep our Main Office stocked and ready to go! Currently, we are in need of the following items.


Tylenol – Adult and Children’s Chewable

Ibuprofen – Adult and Children’s Chewable


If you are able to help us with theses items, please drop them off in the Main Office at any time! We are very appreciative of your help and know your kiddos will be, too!


Hot lunches are served each day! You can get on the lunch list by contacting the Main Office. For those who bring their lunch from home, please know that each student needs to bring any items needed for their lunch does not have supplies such as plates, forks, spoons, etc.  You must furnish your own each day.

Current Lunch Menu: 

Monday- Chik-Fil-A

Tuesday: Pork Tacos

Wednesday: Cold Cut Trio

Thursday: Mac & Cheese with Chicken Nuggets

Friday: Pizza Pie Cafe