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St. John Lutheran School

Preschool-Grade 8

Open House

Tuesday, February 7th & 28th

6-7:30 pm

All are welcome!  Come to meet the teachers, tour the building, and ask questions.

Hope to see you then!

TURKEY DINNER  ANNUAL TURKEY DINNER

SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 12

4-6 PM

Adults-$10

Children ages 5-10, $5

 

Access our Fast Direct website for St. John Lutheran School below for up to date information on activities.  To view the weekly Monday Memo  after going to our FD site – click on Bulletin Boards/Calendars on left side of screen and then click on bulletin board next to Terrie Licht (office).

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Mission Statement

The mission of St. John Lutheran School is to nurture children academically and spiritually toward a life of witness and service in Christ

EARLY CHILDHOOD

2016 – 2017

THREE YEAR OLD PROGRAM 

Registration Fee:        $150.00 (due with application, non-refundable)

Class sessions:           

Monday, Wednesday, Friday        8:30-2:45 pm

  • $2,295.00 (extended day to 5:30 pm is available)
  • Monthly payment of $229.50, September -June, by the 1st of the month

Five Days a Week      8:30 to 11:45 a.m.

  • $2,080.00
  • Monthly payments of $208.00, September-June, by the 1st of the month

Five Days a Week      8:30-2:45 pm

  • $3,250.00 (extended day to 5:30 pm is available)
  • Monthly payment of $325, September-June, by the 1st of the month 

FOUR-YEAR OLD PROGRAM: 

Registration Fee:        $150.00 (due with application, non-refundable)

Class sessions:           

Monday, Wednesday, Friday        8:30-2:45 pm

  • $2,295.00 (extended day to 5:30 pm is available)
  • Monthly payment of $229.50, September -June, by the 1st of the month

Five Days a Week       8:30-2:45 pm

  • $3,250.00 (extended day to 5:30 pm is available)
  • Monthly payment of $325, September-June, by the 1st of the month

This weeks verse is For nothing is impossible with God. Matthew 1:37. We will be learning about God’s promise of the savior.

In math we are continuing to work on math facts to 18.

We will review long a sounds and move onto long I in phonics, spelling and reading. The spelling practice test will be Wed and the test on Fri. The reading test will be on Thurs.

In grammar we are still learning about proper nouns. We are learning the correct way to write titles. (Dr., Mrs. Mr.)

The chapter 3 science test will be on Tuesday. We studied last week.

In social studies we are learning about communities and goods and services.

If you haven’t turned in the field trip slip and money please do it tomorrow.

I am sorry I was told that I didn’t post this for the Monday memo so many of you may have been looking for it and not finding it so here it is now. Thank you for letting me know that it wasn’t posted.

 

 

Hello Parents!

I hope that everyone had a safe and enjoyable Thanksgiving break! This week we are talking about advent and the true meaning of Christmas. We are discussing and sharing what we can do this time of year to help others and spread the word of God. Wow! The students have shared some amazing stories of what they do with their family. We are SO blessed to have such amazing families in this school.

In math we are multiplying 2 digit numbers by 2 digit numbers. They are shown various methods and in many cases told which method to use to solve it. They are not to multiply as we were taught…YET. Please continue to encourage them to use the methods we use in our math book.

The spelling list went home today and the tests will be Wednesday and Friday. The bonus word is ‘hope’. Please be sure you let your child know the word. We are talking about subject-verb agreement in grammar and we are writing a persuasive speech this week on why they should be elected class president. The students will be reading their paper by the end of the week to their classmates.

In social we are finishing up chapter two on resources and regions this week. There will be a short (small) quiz on this Thursday.

I hope you enjoy your week!

God’s Blessings,

Kristy Messing

Welcome back!  I hope you all had a wonderful Thanksgiving break.  We are now in the season of Advent, a time of waiting, of hope, and of preparation for the Lord’s coming at Christmas time.

There will be no memory work or spelling this week.  We are preparing to work in literature circle groups which includes responsibilities as a vocabulary builder, passage keeper, personal connector, discussion director, and graphic organizer.  Early this week, we will practice using these jobs as we enjoy reading some poetry.  On Friday,  your son/daughter will receive the book The Promise.  Each night he/she will read one chapter and be responsible for one of the jobs listed previously.  The next day, he/she will share that job as they work in their assigned literature circle groups.  This will continue until the book is completed.  In math we are beginning our division unit.  Please encourage daily practice of the multiplication facts.  The memorization of the multiplication facts will help them with division.  There will be a test on Friday in science, Unit A, chapter 4.  Look for more information coming home later this week.

Blessings on your week!

Monday Memo december 1

There will only be one spelling test on Unit 3 week 1 this Wednesday.  Please have your child read Pearl and Wagner to you Thursday night.  Reading and vocabulary tests will be on Friday.  There will be a math test on Topic 6:  Mental Addition this Wed.  I will send home a review worksheet for the test on Tuesday.  We will be learning our subtraction math facts so please practice all of the one’s subtraction math facts this week.   Memory work is verse 1 and 2 of Joy to the World.  Scholastic book orders are due Monday the 8th.  Pizza Hut Book It calendars for Nov. should be turned in by tomorrow.   I will be going out of town on the 4th, 5th , and 8th to celebrate my 50th birthday.   Mrs. Agee will be the  substitute teacher.