St. Paul Lutheran School Newsletter
October 21, 2019
MONDAY, OCTOBER 21:
– Second Quarter Begins
*Remember; No Bus Service
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 22:
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 23:
– Volleyball Post-season Party from 3:30 – 5:30 P.M.
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 24:
– Preschool Field Trip to the to JK’s Pumpkin Patch
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 25:
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 27:
– Grades 5 – 8 sing at St. Paul, Utica
- Please have students meet in the Kindergarten room at 8:40 A.M. for warm-up before worship. Thanks.
MONDAY, OCTOBER 28:
– 1st Quarter Report Cards will be sent home
Thank you parents and students who helped clean up after last Thursday’s Fall Family Festival. We had a good time with Pastor’s timely devotions, the food, the maze, and of course, the candy.
Our Prayer Ministry families for this week are
Aaron and Tricia Hirschfeld and their children, Jackson, Kate and Alex; and Chad and Lana Hoffschneider and their children, Cora, Meg and Jake. Please keep these families and our school staff in your prayers this week.
We also pray for missionaries; Ed and Monica Naumann in Sri Lanka, and Steve and Maggie Oliver in Taiwan.
As the volleyball season comes to a close, I would like to give a sincere thanks to parents, relative and fans for supporting and helping us during the season! Girls Basketball starts on Monday, November 18th!
Fall Bazaar Update – Mrs. Brauer is in need of some small/medium sized baskets for what her little granddaughter calls “The Bazaar Bazaar.” She has enough creatures – they are taking over her house!!! Thanks
We have had two people step up for 5th and 6th grade band on Mondays and Thursdays. Extra help would be great as it would be wonderful to have a few substitutes. If you could sub, the schedule is to take the 5th grade to band at 10:00 A.M.; then the 6th grade is taken to band at 10:50 A.M. and the 5th grade picked up after dropping off the 6th grade; finally, the 6th grade is picked up from Centennial and brought back to St. Paul at 11:30 A.M. If you can help with this transportation please call Mr. Luce or Mr. Brauer. Thank you for your help.