St. Paul Lutheran School Newsletter

October 7, 2019


– Preschool will visit the Utica Fire Station at 9:50 A.M, and 12:40 P.M.

– Volleyball Practice from 3:30 – 5:30 P.M.

– Centennial JH Football, home at 4:30 P.M. vs Malcolm (*moved from Tuesday)


– Kindergarten Field Trip to Vala’s Pumpkin Patch.

*Reminder; we will not be back in time for afternoon buses

– Centennial JH Volleyball, at 5:00 P.M. at David City


– No School – National Lutheran Teachers’ Convention in St. Louis


– Centennial JH Volleyball Tournament starting at 10:00 A.M.


– Columbus Day

– Indigenous Peoples’ Day

– Volleyball Practice from 3:30 – 5:30 P.M.

Please remember that our teachers are going to the Lutheran Educators Association (LEA) National Conference in St. Louis this week. There will be no school from Wednesday through Friday. Enjoy this fall break and please keep our teachers in your prayers as they attend this conference and in their travels to and from St. Louis.

Fall Family Festival will be next week on October 17. We ask that students not wear gruesome costumes, and please bring enough candy for about 120 students. The teachers will supply the hotdogs and s-mores for the evening.

Fall Bazaar Update – I have a nice supply of animals for the bazaar, all hoping for homes. However, I could uses a few more baskets, small to medium sized. Thank you, fellow lovers of animals, and what my granddaughter calls, “The Bazaar Bazaar.” Mrs. Brauer



Our Prayer Ministry families for this week are

Adam and Theresa Fritz and their children, Carter and Paxton; and Travis and Danielle Grantski and their children, Kayla, Nick and Sawyer. Please keep these families and our school staff in your prayers this week.

We also pray for missionaries; Anton Lutz in Papua New Guinea and Julia Lutz, also in Papua New Guinea.

We have had two people step up for 5th and 6th grade band on Mondays and Thursdays. But, it would be great to have a substitute. 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.

All Rada and Kleinhenn catalogs are due back to school. If you have not returned yours, please do so as soon as possible. Miss Sherry and helpers are compiling these orders and would like to send them off this week. Thank you for all of your help with this school fundraiser.