St. Paul Lutheran School Newsletter

May 7, 2018


                       – Grades 1-2 to Pioneer Nature Center. They will be

                          back for regular dismissal at 3:20 P.M.


– Grades 3-4 and 5-6 Spring Plays at 7:00 P.M. Students please be

  to your rooms by 6:30 P.M.



– Grades 3-4 to Pioneer Village. They will not be back in time for

  buses. They will arrive back at school about 4:15 P.M.


On Tuesday, May 15, Grades 5-6 will be going to the People’s City Mission for a servant event. If you are able, we would like to begin collecting items of which they have need. Some of the suggested items are:

– spices (They go through a lot when cooking three meals a day every day.)

– napkins, paper towels, and baggies of any size and type for use in packing about 100 sack lunches ever day of the year.

– bottled water

-liquid laundry detergent

In addition, there are always needs for sock (for males, females, adults, and children), towels, bedding, beach towels, sunscreen, and probably most things that you would get for yourself.

A table is set up outside the teacher workroom where donated items can be placed. Thank you in advance for your donations and thank you to those who donated money during our April Chapels!


Mark your calendars for Wednesday, May 9 when we have another evening of spring plays beginning at 7:00 P.M. Grades 3-4 will perform Malice in the Palace: The Story of Esther, and Grades 5-6 will perform Wolfie. Parents please bring a dozen or two peanut-nut free treats to share with our guests following the performances. Thank you.

ATHLETIC BANQUET RECAP: We hope that everyone that attended the Athletic Banquet last Wednesday was uplifted and encouraged by Coach Mattera’s message. Since he is in the foundational stages of his new enterprise, he is asking for our help. If anyone is willing to share quotes about the talk or pictures of Coach Mattera, please send them to him at www.morethan wins.com or you can send them to Mr. Luce at rluce@stpaulutica.com or written on paper.



Our Prayer Ministry for this week are all our

high school graduates including Harlee Barth,

Taylor Richters, and Cameron Eggleston.

Please keep these families and our staff in your prayers

this week.