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How well do you react to having flaws pointed out? That was part of what the people of St. Paul Lutheran Church considered in their study of King David and the prophet Nathan this past week. We are working our way through The Bible in a version called The Story.
Need some books for summer reading?? No worries, the Spring Book Fair is almost here! The Book Fair will be here the week of April 18 – 22. It will be open Mon – Thurs from 8:00 – 3:30 and Friday from 8:00 – 12:00.
* Our Family Night Event will be Wednesday, April 20th from 3:00 – 6:00. If the parent or guardian of a student attends this event, the student will be eligible to win the Basket of Books! They will also receive “3” extra tickets to use in voting for the task Mr. Boyd will have to perform for our reading event (ask your student about this :)).
*Teachers will have a classroom wish list if you would like to add to the classroom library – it makes a great end-of-year gift!
*If you can’t make it into the fair, then you can shop at our on-line book fair. Just click on this link: http://bookfairs.scholastic.com/homepage/stpaullutheranschool19
St. Paul will have many activities and programs occurring this summer to include Summer Camp, Chess Camp, Vacation Bible School, Volleyball Camp, Fine Arts and Tutoring. Summers just around the corner and we can’t wait to make a big splash!! Click here to view all programs and view more information.
OK, I admit putting off doing my taxes. Do you do the same thing?
I am officially a Commissioned Minister of Religion (not the same as a pastor, even though some students call me pastor… and some even call me Jesus!) That makes doing taxes a little more cumbersome and confusing, So my response is to put it off.
2016-2017 SCHOOL CALENDAR
The Board of Christian Day School have finalized the school calendar for the 2016-2017 school year. Classroom orientations will begin the first week of August 8th and the first day of school is Thursday, August 18th. Click here to view the entire schedule.
Tim Elmore Responded to a Harvard Study on the Competitive College Admissions Process
Mr. Elmore points out some things that would be important to think about even for a parent of an elementary or middle school child. See what you think. I have “bolded” some key points and added notes in italics.
The Harvard report recognized that society has unwittingly produced a generation of children who