WILDCAT NEWS - St. Peter Lutheran School

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WILDCAT NEWS - St. Peter Lutheran School
WILDCAT
NEWS
Volume 8, Issue 1
May 29, 2015
UPCOMING EVENTS
IMPORTANT NOTES
NO BUS SERVICE - Monday, June 1
FUN DAY – PLEASE TURN IN $2.
GRADUATION – Join us, June 2 at 7 p.m. for the
graduation ceremony of the 2015 St. Peter Graduates.
Ceremony is held in the sanctuary.
AUCTION MEETINGS – Yes, 2016 AUCTION!
We need to pick a theme and start forming committees.
If you would like to hear more information, please join us
for one of the following meetings; June 3 at 7:45 a.m. or
June 3 at 7 p.m. Bring theme suggestions!
LAST DAY OF SCHOOL, JUNE 5, 2015
Last day of school is all school Fun Day. Various
game and activity stations will be set up for the
students. We are asking $2.00 per student to help
offset costs. Please turn money into your teacher
by May 29th. VOLUNTEERS are needed to run the
activities from 8-1. Interested in volunteering?
Email [email protected]
Your help is
appreciated in making this a successful event.
LAST CHAPEL SERVICE & AWARDS
At 8:30 a.m. on June 5, we will have our end of
the year Awards Ceremony. Kindergarten – 8th
grade will be participating. Parents are welcome
to join us. Chapel will begin at 9:15 a.m.
Let SCHOOL TOOL BOX do your school supply
shopping – Teachers have turned in their specific
supply list for the 2015/2016 year and you can find
it on St. Peter’s School Tool Box. It allows you to
purchase all name brand supplies plus you can
check off the items you may not need. Go to
schooltoolbox.com and click find my school! Need
to order by August 1st to insure delivery before
school.
SUMMER SPORTS CAMPS: This summer we will
be offering a few PTL
different
IS HOSTING
camps. InAN
July we will
have our annual AFTERNOON
volleyball and basketball
camps
OF FOOD,
instructed by Mrs.FUN
Hineman
&
Coaches.
In
June,
AND FELLOWSHIP!
Matt Walsh (former SHS basketball coach) will do
an instructional basketball camp for our students
only! See attached flyer for details and registration.
Please register by June 5.
STEAM CAMP- June 16-20 from 1-4 p.m. at St.
Peter Lutheran School. It is an exciting and handson learning opportunity for young people with a
special emphasis on the STEAM curriculum areas
(Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and
Mathematics). The camp sessions are both fun and
full of learning.
For more information and
registration go to www.cuw.edu/STEAM.
JUNE RNO will be on June 5 at Oberweis and
Menchie’s. A great way to kick off summer.
Menchie’s Flyer is attached, Oberweis will be
available next week. June 15 will be the next
Restaurant Night Out. Stay tuned for more details.
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CHURCH NEWS: For more information on Bible
Classes and Weekly/Monthly Groups, take a look
at our Weekly Take-Home. It can be found online
http://church.stpeterlcms.org/weekly_take_home
SUMMER TUTORING
SHARE YOUR ST. PETER STORY! We would
like to know your St. Peter Story and share with
families considering sending their children to our
school. If you are willing to SHARE YOUR STORY,
please
email
Mary
Bahn
at
[email protected]!
Slots are still available for summer tutoring. If you
are interested in having your child tutored, please
contact one of the following teachers directly for
day, time, fees, etc.
Pam Johnson ([email protected])
PS-4th grade, Math & Reading
Kathy Kruel ([email protected])
All levels, Math
Jessica LaHay ([email protected])
All levels, Math & Reading
Amy Schneider ([email protected])
K-2nd, Math & reading
LIBRARY NEWS: Summer AR Testing: In
order to support a strong reading program at St.
Peter Lutheran School and encourage year round
reading, we have made it possible for students to
also take AR tests during the summer. Testing
will take place every Wednesday from 4:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. starting June 17th and ending August
19th. In grades 5-8 a minimum number of AR
points is required each trimester. Any student in
grades 5-8 who earns AR points during the
summer may apply up to 5 of those points toward
each of the trimester requirements. Additional
summer points may be applied to the student's
cumulative goal including the end of the year
special lunch and the end of the year point clubs.
Students must take tests that are in their most
recent ZPD level. SummerDaze student will have
the opportunity to take tests during the day. Keep
reading all summer long!
EVENTS CONTINUED…
FOOD PANTRY CHALLENGE – 3000 in 3 Weeks
continues. As of Wednesday, we collected 168
pieces of food. We know more have come in since
then.
Donations can be brought in to the
classrooms every day. See attached flyer for more
details. Please make sure items donated are not
expired. As of Wednesday we have received 1,447
items! Thanks!
SEEDLINGS: Wed. morning playgroup for ages
4 & under - 1st and 3rd Wednesdays of the month
in the church nursery from 9-10:30am. Step out
into a new environment to connect with other
parents while young children begin to socialize
with peers of their same age. Contact Alison
Tarman for details, [email protected]
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May, 2015
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Sunday
Volunteer Appreciation Luncheon
12:15 p.m.
JUNE 2015
1
Monday
NO AM OR PM BUS SERVICE
All Day
1
2
5
5
5
5
8
14
Monday
Tuesday
Friday
Friday
Friday
Friday
Monday
Sunday
Eighth Grade Banquet – Chandler’s
Eighth Grade Graduation – Church & Fellowship Hall
Awards Ceremony for K-8th Grades, Parents Welcome
Chapel
Fun Day
End of 3rd Trimester – LAST DAY OF SCHOOL!
Summer Days Begins
Voters Assembly
6:00PM
7:00PM
8:30AM
9:15AM
School Hours
7:00am-6:00pm
10:00 AM
THE HAITI SUMMER MISSION TEAM is packing
their bags and practicing their Haitian Creole as
they prepare for their trip to Haiti in June. While
there, we will be leading VBS at 3 locations,
teaching English as a second language, assisting at
the computer school, and working with the
women from several different communities,
assisting with a feeding program and working with
the community on farming techniques!
We are looking for donations to take with us on this very special trip as we return on Sunday June 7 to the
community of Les Cayes. ITEMS NEEDED ARE: gently used clean tennis shoes (any size), notebooks,
peanut butter or cheese crackers, hard candy or suckers, chalk, rulers, women's dresses, skirts or
blouses, tooth brushes and tooth paste, individually wrapped bar soap, wash clothes, cash donations
for Haitian Bibles and Hymnals ($8 each), cash donations for goats ($50-60). All donations are needed
by Thursday, June 4. Most importantly, we would love your prayers that we are able to serve our Lord and
be the hands and feet of Jesus!
LOOKING FOR VOLUNTEERS
PTL BOARD MEMBERS – We are currently looking to fill a position for the PTL Secretary. If you
or someone you know would make a great Secretary, let the school office know or email
[email protected] to learn more. Thank you for considering being a part of this important
committee. We also are looking for Event Committee Chair. Currently Holiday Shop and Birthday
Party for Jesus and Auction Committee are looking for parents to take the lead. Volunteering is
a great way to get involved and become more connected.
Newsletter 3

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