Seniors Honored with Home Special Deliveries by Concordia Staff

On Friday, May 8th, Concordia Lutheran High School continued their month-long celebration of the Class of 2020 during May, with special deliveries to each senior at their home. This year’s senior class features 127 seniors, from 12 different communities, and 21 different zip codes.

A total of 23 Concordia staff members that included administration, faculty, staff, and coaches, delivered special senior themed gifts to each senior’s home. The delivery routes were grouped by subdivisions and zip codes to make it possible to deliver all of the packages in a quick four-hour window. The communities represented were Conroe, Cypress, Hockley, Houston, Katy, Klein, Montgomery, Navasota, Spring, The Woodlands, Tomball, and Waller.

"We got a big kick out of blasting music and bringing our mini Crusader to each house!" said senior theology teacher, Melanie Schultz.

The gifts included a personalized yard sign, a themed t-shirt, and a hand-written note by Mrs. Rita and Mrs. Domann.

“I could not be more blessed to attend a school that cares so much about their students,” said senior Megan Wooddell. “It really made my week to open the door to the reaction and excitement from my principal and teachers as they delivered the sign and shirt.”

During this final month of their high school careers, the seniors have had several events cancelled including prom, state championship fine art and athletic competitions, the annual POPS Concert, and many more. Concordia’s administration and staff are intentionally trying to provide this class with safe, memory-making opportunities during this pandemic that will positively shape their final months as a Concordia student, before they become Concordia alumni. This event was one of many that are designed to show the seniors and their families how much they are missed, cherished, and loved.

Senior parent Petra Finn was very appreciative of the delivery: “It was really special that my daughter was such a valued part of the Concordia senior class that a personal delivery was made. She’s not just another graduate; she’s part of the Concordia family.”