St. Paul Lutheran School Newsletter
March 6, 2017

– Hero’s Day. Dress up as your favorite Bible, family, or Super Hero.

– Spirit Day – Dress up in school colors.
– Grades 3-4 Reading Classic Practice from 3:30 to 4:30 P.M.

– Chapel with grades 7-8. All are invited for chapel and our Gospel Balloon
Release immediately following our worship together. Our mission offerings
are going to the York Crisis Pregnancy Center for March.
– Kindergarten Roundup.
– Best Clothes Day.
– Last Day of Quarter.
– Grades 1-2 will be singing for Lenten Worship. Please meet at 6:45 P.M. for
warm-up before worship.
– Lenten Supper begins at 5:30 P.M.
– Board of Education at 6:00 P.M.

– NO SCHOOL – Spring Break.
– Centennial Boy’s basketball first game at state played at Lincoln Southeast
at 8:45 P.M. Go Broncos!

– NO SCHOOL – Spring break.

– NO SCHOOL – Spring break.

Thank you to everyone who helped make our
Fun Day a huge success. We had a “Force Filled”
time of food, fun, and fellowship! We can all
take a sigh of relief as we have now completed FOUR major school events since January 21st. What a wonderful bunch of parents, teachers, students, staff, and congregational member we have to successfully complete these events with great unity of spirit. Thank you all!
We apologize that we ran out of prizes at
Fun Day! If your child had points left over,
call Jami Utter at 534-2218 and let her
know how many points. She will get something for your child. Thank you!
Congratulations to Timmy Backhus after a tie
breaker round for the championship. Timothy
won 2nd at the District Spelling Contest in
February on Saturday. He will compete at
the Midwest Spelling Bee in Omaha this Saturday, March 11th. Well
done, and keep on spelling!

Thank you to everyone that took time to visit the 5th and 6th grade Science Fair. Hopefully it was a fun and informative time for all.



Our Prayer Ministry families for the week are
Pastor and Bonnie Gudgel. Please keep this family and the
rest of our staff especially in your prayers this week.

We welcome Jamie Braniff into the 7th and 8th grade
classroom as a fourth quarter student teacher from
Concordia. Miss Braniff grew up in Worms, NE, and her
home congregation is Zion, Worms. Please when you have
the opportunity, introduce yourselves and welcome her to our St. Paul family.