St. Paul Lutheran School Newsletter
May 18, 2015
TUESDAY, MAY 19:
Grades 3-4 field trip to Omaha zoo. They leave at 8:30 A.M.
and will be back before 4:00-4:15 P.M.
Second Grade Author’s Tea at 9:00 A.M.
WEDNESDAY, MAY 20:
Kindergarten graduation at 7:00 P.M.
Preschool graduation at 2:00 P.M.
THURSDAY, MAY 21:
Last day of school with closing worship at 10:30 A.M. There will
be NO BUS SERVICE.
SUNDAY, MAY 24:
8th grade graduation with 5-8 singing. Please meet in Kindergarten
room at 8:44 A.M. for warm-up before worship.
Congregational picnic following Sunday School.
The Board of Education invites everyone to the
picnic following Sunday School this coming
Sunday. We ask that you bring a salad and/or
nut-free dessert to share. Pork sandwiches,
drinks and table service will be provided. The
teachers will hand out report cards after lunch.
Please plan for an afternoon of Christian fun
Congratulations to Jackson Hirschfeld on placing
8th in the mile and 4th in the 4 by 8 relay at the
state meet this past Saturday.
Thank you parents! All year you have supported
the ministry at our school with supplies,
volunteering, driving for field trips, providing/
making costumes, and supporting our teachers
and staff as we strive to share Jesus with our
students, congregation, and community. We
could not do this without your help and support!
Thank you! Have a blessed summer!
The Board of Education interviewed three
very capable candidates for our preschool
teaching position that opens next year with
Mrs. Backhus having a baby and deciding to be a full-time mother. They
have chosen our own Pam Johansen as our preschool teacher for the 2015-2016
school year. We welcome Pam aboard and pray that her ministry will bring blessings to all of us.
Mr. Brauer has copies of our school plays on DVD.
If you would like a copy, please ask him. Extras can
be made and given out at our picnic on Sunday.
These are offered at a free-will donation. Thank
Thank you to everyone that made generous
donations to the People’s City Mission over
the last weeks. The donations were greatly
appreciated. If you wish to continue to donate and have the opportunity to
travel to Lincoln, further donations can be made to the Homeless Prevention Center
at 26th and O Street. Donations can also be made at any of the thirty
“Toss Boxes” located around Lincoln. These “Toss Box” locations can be
found at www.peoplescitymission.org, “Donate Items, Toss Box Program”.
Clothing donations are especially welcome, as they relieve crowded space at
landfills and provide an income source to the mission, as “rags” are bundled and
purchased by a clothing recycler.
Our Prayer Ministry for the week are our 8th grade graduates:
Cody Bender, Cole Gocke, Nathan Hanneman, Jackson Hirschfeld,
Peyton Johansen, Elisha Meyer, and Shelby Ziegler.
Please keep these families and the rest of our staff especially
in your prayers this week.