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Do you ever struggle reading the Bible? Do you find it difficult at times to share scripture with your family because the language, even in modern translations, is difficult? Are devotions with your children tough for the same reason?
Our St. Paul Lutheran Athletic program is in need of a couple coaches for our basketball season, several boys’coaches and a assistant girls’ coach (late Oct. – mid Feb.) If you are have the skills in this area or know of anyone who does, please contact Athletic Director, Ruth Smith, email@example.com / 863-644-7710.
Girls Volleyball Grades 1-8 Fall League: Register your daughter now for St. Paul Volleyball Fall League! Practices start Monday November 7th and conclude with a fun Tournament on Saturday December 10th. For Details and registration form click here. Need more information? Call Coach Lynn Andersen at 863-602-3698
I celebrate it whenever I meet hard working students. I see them on almost every university campus I’m on, and in almost every high school I visit. These adolescents just “get the system” and realize you can achieve almost anything if you work hard enough. On the other hand, I also see far too many students growing up in a world of speed and convenience who’ve never developed a work ethic.
May I suggest a couple of reasons why this might be?
St. Paul Lutheran School is following the lead of Polk County Schools and other area non-public schools. We will be closed Thursday and Friday, October 6 and 7 due to the impending storm and its impact.
All programs will be closed. We recognize the significant inconvenience this causes for families and we apologize, but we have to err on the side of student and family safety and consistency with the local school district.
We will provide separate communication relative to the status of any weekend events.
St. Paul Lutheran School will follow the lead of Polk County Schools in responding to the possible impact of Hurricane Matthew. We will use both e-mail and our text alert system to notify you of any decision impacting school or the upcoming Saturday conference soccer and volleyball tournament on Saturday.
Here is what the local school district is saying:
We continue to monitor Hurricane Matthew and are in regular contact with county emergency personnel. At this time, no decision has been made to close schools.
If a decision is made to close schools, we will communicate… We will also contact the local news media with this information.
Please stay tuned to these channels of communication for any updates. Thank you for your patience.
In the meantime, please pray for the safety of our fellow humans in Jamaica, Haiti, and any other area in Matthew’s path.
In His Children’s Service, Robert C. Boyd