St. Paul Lutheran School Newsletter

May 1, 2017


– Grades 1-2 author’s tea at 9:00 A.M. in

the Fellowship Hall.


– Chapel at 8:30 A.M. by Pastor Mau. Offerings for the month will be

designated to the Children’s Christian Concern Society.

– Sports Banquet at 6:30 P.M.


– Preschool field trip to Lincoln Zoo.

– Kindergarten entertains for Ladies Aide at about 1:30 P.M.


– Kindergarten Mother’s Day Team at 2:00 P.M.


– Confirmation Question and Confession of Faith at 7:00 P.M.


– Confirmation.

On Thursday, May 11th, the 5th and 6th grades

will be going to Lincoln to help/visit the People’s

City Mission for a servant event. In preparation for this, we will begin collecting items that the mission has suggested. They always need XL

twin sheet, men’s deodorant, bath towels, and inexpensive razors. Travel-sized toiletries are also needed. Another suggestion was that kids bring toys or clothes that they’ve outgrown. Another possibility would be the purchase of $5 to $10 restaurant gift cards or movie passes to be used as reward for positive behaviors of the transitional men. We have 20 of these passes available thru our Scrip program. Please bring donations to the 5th and 6th grade room.


SAVE THE DATE! The St. Paul Lutheran School

Athletic Dinner will be held on Wednesday,

May 3rd. The carry-in dinner is scheduled to

begin at 6:30 P.M. followed by a message from our guest speaker, and then recognition of our athletes, with special recognition for 8th grade

athletes. This year’s speaker is Jason Weides, Concordia University-Seward men’s soccer coach and C-Club basketball tournament coordinator. He will have many wonderful insights about being a Christian athlete, fan, and coach. All St. Paul school and church families, friends, and fans are invited to attend.

Please bring your main dish and salad and/or desert along with your

own table service. Beverages will be provided.


Parents, our hot lunch program is going very well;

costs are up with all the fruits and vegetables,

but it looks like we will be close to breaking even

on the year. The wonderful participation in this program is the reason we can provide this service. The breakfast program, however, is losing money. For those on free lunch – breakfast is free, for those on reduced lunch, breakfast is 30 cents, and a full priced breakfast is $1.95. If we are to keep the breakfast program going for 2017-2018, we will need to increase participation. Please let Mr. Brauer know if you wish to keep the program for next year, or better yet, have your children try it out between now and the end of the year to see if it is a fit for your family. Thank you.



Our Prayer Ministry for this week are for our

confirmands: Cooper Gierhan, Carson Richters,

Psalm Richters, Jaycee Stuhr, Kailey Ziegler,

Samuel Dunbar, Kiley Rathjen, Kate Hirschfeld,

and Kaden Kosek.

Please keep them and the

rest of our staff especially in your prayers this week.