St. Paul Lutheran School Newsletter

May 4, 2015


  • Chapel at 8:30 A.M. with Pastor Mau. Crossing

    Cambodia will be the mission emphasis for the month.

    (Crossing Cambodia.org is their website).

  • Sports Banquet at 6:30 P.M.


  • Board of Education at 7:30 P.M.


  • Kindergarten Mother’s Day Tea at 2:00 P.M.

Everyone is invited to our Sports Banquet this

Wednesday at 6:30 P.M. It is a carry-in dinner,

so please provide a main dish and a salad and/or

dessert to share. Drinks will be provided, but

please also bring your own table service. Our

guest speaker will be Devin Smith from

Concordia University. Please mark your

calendar for an evening of fun and fellowship.


Thank you to everyone for keeping Mr. Brauer’s

mother in your prayers. She is recovering nicely

in an Alzheimer’s care facility in Washington,

Mo., and her broken leg is healing well. Your

encouragement and support is much appreciated.

The Brauers


Miss Gardels taught a ½ day of school today. For

this we are thankful. It is her intention to begin

full time very soon.


Thank you for your thoughts, prayers, and help

for me while I was ill. I’m still trying to gain some

strength, but it is good to be back.

Miss Gardels


The 5th and 6th grade classroom is beginning collection before

their servant event at People’s City Mission on May 14th.

Items that the Mission has stated are of particular interest

for their summer program are these possible items:

-snack for summer programs, packaged cookies,

cracker, candy, suckers, popcorn, granola bars,

fruit snacks, etc.

– sidewalk chalk, bubbles, sunblock, sunglasses, etc.

– medical supplies; bandages, creams, cough syrup, cough

drops, aspirin, ibuprofen, etc.

– office supplies: pens, pencils paper, markers, paper

clips, staples, sticky notes, etc.

– twin sheets

– towels

These are just a few of possible items. Donated materials can be brought to the 5th and 6th grade room. Thank you in advance.




Our Prayer Ministry for the week are our DCE interns, Mariah Schamp and

Kade Clark. Please keep these families and the rest of our staff especially

in your prayers this week.

We also keep Bill Bender in our prayers as he is

back in the hospital for pneumonia on top of

the cancer. We continue to ask for God’s

peace and a miraculous recovery.