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“God at Work”….What an appropriate School and ECC theme for the next 18 months or so. We begin this school year with the excitement of the ground-breaking at the North Campus, watching the destruction and demolition of the 1984 wing of the school, and then being able to watch step by step as a new K-8 school building is erected. We are so excited that this is going to occur on our campus, beginning this fall.
On Saturday, August 18, when the Cardinals play the Milwaukee Brewers, the students of St. Paul's will sing "Take Me Out to the Ballgame" during the 7th inning stretch.
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Again this year, the “Meet the Teacher” visits will be held at school in the teacher's classroom. However, all families in 1st to 8th grade, new to St. Paul’s, will be offered a home visit. Please watch for an e-mail the week of July 16, 2018 with information on how to schedule your school or home visit.
With the new building and physical changes to the North Campus beginning this fall, we have made changes to classroom locations for this upcoming school year. We assume these changes will remain in place until we are ready to move into the new K-8 building (approximately mid-year of the 2019-2020 academic year).
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!
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.
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: