Archive for December, 2015

Soccer Clinic – December 21st

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A soccer clinic will be held Monday, Dec 21st from 9:00am-Noon. Instructors are former St. Paul grads who now play at the collegiate level as well as added collegiate players if enrollment dictates. Click here to download a sign-up form and return to the front office by December 18th.

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Using Natural and Logical Consequences

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Using Natural and Logical Consequences

Rose Allen, Extension Educator — Family Resiliency, University of Minnesota; and Linda A. Boelter, Extension Family Living Agent — Oneida County, University of Wisconsin

A consequence is a result of something a person does. Letting children experience the natural or logical consequences of their actions is one way to teach responsibility. A natural consequence means what happens because of something a child does. A logical consequence is a result arranged by the parent but logically related to what the child did. Natural and logical consequences result from choices children make about their behavior. In effect, they choose the consequence they experience.

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“I’m Bored” “So What?”

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Have you noticed the Chevrolet commercial where kids are asked to compare the latest Chevy SUV to a competitor? The kids choose the Chevrolet because it has built in Wi-Fi and the kids can play their on-line games in the car. I just shake my head and wonder when we decided that kids in cars require constant entertainment. Maybe that will keep them from actually making conversation with a parent or playing a game with a sibling.

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Pre-Registration for Christmas Break’s Kid’s Club

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We staff according to numbers, so we may not able to honor any late registrations. Click here to download your pre-registration form and sign up today. Forms may be turned in to the front office. If you have any questions please contact Benita, bbalingit@stpaullakeland.org.

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CHRISTMAS MINI CHESS CAMPS

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Coach Mark Williams will be hosting a Games of Strategy and Chess Knights camp at St. Paul Lutheran School. Games of Strategy will be in the mornings of Monday, December 21st – Wednesday, December 23rd from 8:00AM – 12:30PM and the Chess Knights will be in the afternoons from 1:00PM-5:30PM. Pre-registration for Christmas week must be received by Monday, Dec. 14. Click here for a registration form and to learn more

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BUY OUT DAY IN DECEMBER

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Reminder that December’s buy out day is Friday, December 18th. Wear something Christmas-y! 

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SPLS ALUMNI MAKES U-20 SOCCER TEAM FOR WOMEN’S CONCACAF CHAMPIONSHIP

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Former George Jenkins standout Jessie Scarpa dribbles past two California defenders during a game at the University of North Carolina this season.
The 19-year-old has been working out with the U-20 team and is currently in Honduras for the 2015 U-20 Women’s CONCACAF Championship in San Pedro Sula. The tournament serves as a qualifier for the 2016 U-20 World Cup, which will be held in Papau New Guinea. Only the top three teams qualify. Click here to read more!

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THE LIGHT OF CHRISTMAS

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Get ready to join Jesus on His mission in your neighborhoods this Advent and Christmas Season. You will receive a gift at church this Wednesday that will help free you from the stress of a commercialized Christmas and prepare your hearts in sharing the true meaning of Christmas with your neighbors. Mark your calendars for our Christmas Eve Candlelight services, Thursday, Dec. 24 at 6:00pm & 8:00pm and Christmas Day service Dec. 25 at 10:00am.

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Advent Worship led by Elementary Students

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Wednesday, December 9 @ 6:30pm 
Advent Worship led by Elementary Students

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Who Will Show Them Christmas?

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What television scene goes best with the classic Christmas carol Silent Night?
What is the reason for celebration this time of year?
What is the most offensive thing our military veterans might face this holiday season?

Those three questions are answered in recent news stories and remind us of the important task of reversing years of secularization of Christmas in our homes and community. It has to be so hard to be a child and keep heart and mind focused on God’s gift of a Savior when the world is constantly enticing, even forcing the child to look away.

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