St. Paul Lutheran School Newsletter

April 27, 2015


  • Grades 5 and 6 Field Trip to the SASM Museum.

    They will leave at 8:30 A.M. and return at 4:15 P.M.


  • Spring Plays with grades 1-2 with “Too Much Noise”,

    and grades 7-8 with “Saved by the Serendipity

    Circus”. The plays begin at 7:00 P.M. with grades

    1 and 2.


  • Confirmation Questioning at 7:00 P.M.


  • Confirmation.

Parents of students of grades 1-2 and 7-8,

please bring a dozen or two nut-free snacks

to share with our guests following the plays

on Wednesday. The Parents’ Association

will provide drinks for the evening.


Our Annual Athletic Dinner will be held on

Wednesday, May 6th, beginning at 6:30 P.M.

While this is a time to recognize our athletes of

the past year, everyone is invited to attend. We

start with a carry-in dinner, after which our guest

speaker, Devin Smith from Concordia University,

will offer us uplifting and encouraging words. The

evening will close with recognition of our athletes and

awards. Plan to attend!

The 5th and 6th grade classroom is beginning collection before

their servant event at People’s City Mission on May 14th.

Items that the Mission has stated are of particular interest

for their summer program are these possible items:

-snack for summer programs, packaged cookies,

cracker, candy, suckers, popcorn, granola bars,

fruit snacks, etc.

– sidewalk chalk, bubbles, sunblock, sunglasses, etc.

– medical supplies; bandages, creams, cough syrup, cough

drops, aspirin, ibuprofen, etc.

– office supplies: pens, pencils paper, markers, paper

clips, staples, sticky notes, etc.

– twin sheets

– towels

These are just a few of possible items. Donated materials can be brought to the 5th and 6th grade room. Thank you in advance.


Congratulations to those students who participated in

Concordia’s Gathering of Talents. You put your talents on

the line for all to see and that takes courage. Participants

in Art were: Abigail Meyer, blue; Luke Hoffschneider, yellow;

Andrea Gumaer, yellow; Hannah Luebbe, yellow; Riley Zieger,

yellow; Cora Hoffscneider, pink; Kayla Grantski, pink;

Savannah Vestal, blue; Gracen Fehlhafer, blue; Jaycee Stuhr,

pink; Kaitlyn Fehlhafer, blue, and Shawn Rathjen received

and illusive purple ribbon for art. Muscial participants

were: Abigail Meyer for guitar, blue; Scarlett Vestal

for piano, pink and for flute, pink; and the duet of

Cole and Ian Stahr also received that illusive purple ribbon.



Our Prayer Ministry for the week are our

8th grade confirmands: Cody Bender, Cole Gocke,

Nathan Hanneman, Jackson Hirschfeld,

Peyton Johansen, and

Shelby Ziegler. Please keep these families

and the rest of our staff especially in your prayers this week.