Parent Interviewed on KFUO Radio

Parent Interviewed on KFUO Radio

On Thursday, January 12, 2017, St. Paul's member and school parent, Mrs. Laura S, (Brady, 3rd Grade, & Brooke, 1st Grade) was interviewed on the Faith & Family KFUO radio program in conjunction with the upcoming National Lutheran Schools Week to talk about how wonderful Lutheran Schools are for families. Click here to listen to Laura and the other show guest, Katherine (Kit) Auble, Director of Fund Development & Marketing for Lutheran Elementary School Association.

Host an Exchange Student!

Host an Exchange Student!

KoAm students range from 4th - 8th grade and come for two months to an academic year. Currently, they have a couple of boys seeking immediate placement. By hosting an exchange student, host families are afforded the opportunity to share American life and culture and to make a personal difference in the life of a student from across the globe. Likewise, KoAm's host families are able to experience Korean culture first-hand as lived through our students.

KoAm students arrive ready to learn and experience all that you have to offer. We invite you and your family to participate in this memorable cultural experience by becoming a KoAm host family.  Contact KoAm Program Coordinator Trasi Platero at 800-521-6640 or by email at administrator@koameduall.org. Please visit the KoAm website at http://www.koameduall.org and click on 'Apply to Be a Host Family'

Celebrating your child's baptismal birthday

Celebrating your child's baptismal birthday

Guest Blog by Ann P., Parent
I remember when I was registering our Ellie for Kindergarten (now in 5th grade), having a mix of emotions as I was going through all of the questions and lines of information. I could not believe that I was actually registering my baby for school!

The "Band Thing"

St. Paul's Music Education from a Parent's Perspective

Guest Blog by Heather L., Parent

Band starts in 5th grade at St. Paul’s. Your 5th grader gets to choose between band and choir. Some years they can do both but they have to pick at least one.

Simple ways to help your child develop his/her reading skills

Simple ways to help your child develop his/her reading skills

At St. Paul's Lutheran, we utilize the balanced literacy approach. Parents often ask how they can support the work their children are doing in class when they are home. 

Here are some ways that you can help your child further develop his/her reading skills: