Wednesday, March 6, 2013

Lutheran Schools Week - Day 2

"Wild Wednesday" - that's today! What does Wild Wednesday mean? It means that the students will be dressing in some outlandish fashion as they come to school today. They will do their best to be "wild." There will mismatched socks and shirts that don't match the pants. Shoes will be mismatched. Hair might even be on the "wild' side.  We will celebrate our faith together as we have chapel today at 9:00 a.m. The 5/6 grade will present a skit on the importance of the Word of God during chapel today. The preschool 3s and 4s will also have chapel at 1:00 p.m. The Word of God is the focus of all that we do at St. Paul's School. We are seeing that as we go through Lutheran Schools Week.

This is Day #2 of Lutheran Schools Week at St. Paul's. Day #1 was a great success. Grandparents and other significant care gives came to the Goodies with Grands yesterday. Here are a few pictures of the students and their grands.


There were around 200 people at the Goodies with Grands! Lots of children, lots of GRANDS, lots of fun, and lots of sharing of Jesus Christ with one another. That's what makes it such a "grand" day - we were sharing Christ's love with one another. And once again, that is what makes Lutheran Education such a wonderful thing to support. We need to realize what a jewel we have in St.Paul's School, giving children form Preschool 3 through 8th grade a strong, Lutheran foundation for their lives.
You and I need to support the work that is done at our school. It is a vital link to the spiritual future for our children and grandchildren. Lutheran Schools Week! A good time by all!

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