Our Savior Lutheran School: growing and changing

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Photo courtesy Annette McInnis Archuleta County Sheriff Richard Valdez and Sgt. Brandon Bishop pose with kids from Our Savior Lutheran School after Sheriff’s Office representatives read to the students recently. Reading to local youth is an outreach effort by the Sheriff’s Office.
Photo courtesy Annette McInnis
Archuleta County Sheriff Richard Valdez and Sgt. Brandon Bishop pose with kids from Our Savior Lutheran School after Sheriff’s Office representatives read to the students recently. Reading to local youth is an outreach effort by the Sheriff’s Office.

By Alicia Brodner
Special to The PREVIEW

Our Savior Lutheran School (OSLS) has served the families of Pagosa Springs for over 25 years and currently offers preschool, kindergarten and first-grade classes. With over 55 children enrolled and a waiting list, the school will be expanding classes in the fall of 2016 to add second grade.

And, we’re not just growing, we’re changing our educational offering.

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