St. Paul Lutheran School Newsletter
April 29, 2019
WEDNESDAY, MAY 1:
– Chapel at 8:35 A.M. with Pastor Meyer. Camp Luther is our mission for May.
– Sports Banquet at 6:30 P.M.
THURSDAY, MAY 2:
– Kindergarten sings at Ladies Aide at 2:15 P.M.
FRIDAY, MAY 3:
– Kindergarten field trip to Lincoln. They will be back in time for buses.
– Grades 5 and 6 to Utica Care Center.
SATURDAY, MAY 4:
– Confirmation questioning.
SUNDAY, MAY 5:
– Confirmation during 9:00 A.M. worship
MONDAY, MAY 6:
– Preschool field trip to York Children’s Museum.
Please note the attached updated and correction May lunch menu.
Joel Brase, the athletic director of Lincoln Lutheran will be our speaker for the evening of our Sports Banquet on May 1st. Everyone is invited as we honor all of our student athletes from this past school year. This is a carry-in meal where everyone provides a main dish and a peanut/nut free dessert and /or salad to share. Please bring your own table service. The drinks will be provided by the eighth grade parents. We look forward to an evening of food, fun, and fellowship. Mark your calendars for an evening of fun fellowship, and treats.
Grades 3 and 4 will present “Zeroes into Heroes The Story of Gideon” and grades 4 and 6 will present “Showdown at the Hoedown” on May 8 at 7:00 P.M. Parents, please bring along a dozen or two peanut/nut fee snacks to share with our guests. We hope to see you there!
On May 1st Centennial will have available paperwork for the free sports physicals for next year’s 8th, and 9th graders. Students entering 7th grade who wish to play sports at Centennial will need to fill out the paper work before they will be allowed to participate. They will need complete physicals and this will serve as their sport physical. Kindergarten will need complete physicals and updated immunization from their family doctors. The free sports physicals will be given on May 8 and 13 from 3:30 to 5:30 P.M. but all paperwork must be completed and signed.
Our Prayer Ministry people are the St. Paul confirmands:
Madison Brandenburgh, John Fehlhafer, Jayde Gumaer, Shawn
Rathjen, Cambria Saunders, Elijah Utter, Kim Nitz,
Micah Richters, Luke Dey, Keenan Kosek, and Dillion Tonniges.
We also pray for Rev. and Mrs. Steven Mahlburg of Sri Lanka,
Asia, Rev. and Mrs. Larry Matro of Papua New Guinea and
Rev. Dr. and Mrs. Edward Naumann of Sri Lanka.
We also pray for Bonnie Pieper (sister-in-law of Lynette Hans) who was diagnosed with stage 4 breast cancer.
Please keep these families and our staff in your prayer