St. Paul Lutheran School Newsletter

January 27, 2020

MONDAY, January 27:

– Girls Basketball Practice from 3:30 – 5:30 P.M.

– Tickets sales for the Valentine Adventure ends.

TUESDAY, January 28:

– Girls’ and Boys’ Basketball at Emmanuel/Faith, York. Girls at 4:00 P.M., Boys at 5:15 P.M.

WEDNESDAY, January 29:

-Girls Basketball Practice from 3:30 – 5:30 P.M.

– Chapel at 8:35 A.M. with Pastor Dunbar. Our monthly mission for January is Orphan Grain Train “Christmas in July”. Please use your envelopes from last week.

– 1st and 2nd grades Personal History Museum in the Fellowship Hall from 9:30 A.M. – 2:30 P.M.

THURSDAY, January 30:

D.A.R.E. classes for grades 5 & 6 from 8:30 – 9:15 A.M.

– Girls’ and Boys’ Basketball at home vs. St. Paul, Plymouth. Boys at 4:00 P.M., Girls at 5:15 P.M. (Rescheduled from last Thursday) Parents are needed to help run concessions.

FRIDAY, January 31:

MONDAY, February 3:

– Girls Basketball Practice from 3:30 – 5:30 P.M.

Valentine Adventure time is here! Ticket sales will end today, January 27th. Grades

K – 2 are putting together some wonderful entertainment which will follow the Windsor loin dinner. The date is February 5th, at 5:59 P.M. Get you tickets now and support our students and our school while enjoying an evening of fun. Tickets may be purchased from Mrs. Luebbe or Miss Gardels.

Please check the attached schedule for Parent/Teachers Conference. If your name is not included, or incorrect, I may have made a mistake (sorry). If your times do not work, please contact your students’ teacher. Thanks

Minutes: The minutes from the last Parents’ Association meeting, and February’s Menu are also attached.



Our Prayer Ministry families for this week are

Travis and Domi Schmieding and their children Hadley, Tally, and Elsie; and Mark and Deanna Slawnyk and their children Devin and Justin. Please keep these families and our school staff in your prayers this week.

We also pray for missionaries; Daniel and Joan Jastram in Japan, and Anton Lutz in Papua New Guinea.

We grieve with the Hahn family at the untimely death of Sheri’s father. Please comfort the family with the hope we have in the Lord Jesus Christ.

Please keep Pastor Dunbar and his family in your prayers as he contemplates a call to a congregation in Indiana

Please continue to pray for Kyle Nichols, son of Haylea Nichols, who has been hospitalized for a high fever. May God grant healing to all.

Congratulations to our Boys’ Basketball team for bringing home second place at this past weekend’s Roundball Tournament. Well played boys!

Welcome: Everyone is welcome to visit the first and second grade history museum this Wednesday, January 29th. The museum will be in the fellowship hall and is open from 9:30 A.M. – 2:30 P.M. Come browse as you have time.

Christmas in July Needs: We are short quite a lot of supplies for our “Christmas in July” boxes. Please donate any of the following items; Coloring book, Crayons (24 count box), Plastic or rubber ball (tennis ball is okay), Stuffed animal (Beanie Baby size – Beanie Baby is okay), 1 toy per box – Doll for girls age 2 – 7, Wheeled toy for boys age 2 – 7(no combat vehicles),1 jump rope, 1 lip balm (non-liquid), 1 hair clip or bow for girls age 8 – 12, Deflated soccer ball and small pump for boys age 8 – 12, New toothbrush – in package, 1 pair new socks, non packaged (gender and age appropriate), 1 pair new underwear, non packaged (gender and age appropriate), 1 T-shirt gender and age appropriate (nonmilitary; non offensive), Stickers (age appropriate – non offensive) Please, no additions, deletions, or substitutions. Do not add money, photos, or personal notes.

This printed Christmas message provided by Orphan Grain Train.

This is our mission for January. The student may bring donations to chapel on Wednesday. Thank you.

Silent Auction: We are in need of help contacting Seward and York businesses for the Silent Auction on March 1. If you can help by taking a letter explaining our silent auction to businesses in either York or Seward to solicit their support, please visit with Mr. Brauer. Thanks!