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St. John's Costume Parade
 
The annual St. John's Costume Parade was held in the Activity Center. Students in grades K-8 showed their originality and creativity. We hope you enjoy the parade!
Science and Arts Fair
























This weekend, St. John’s students in grades 5-8 participated in the fall edition of the Science and Fine Arts Fair. This fair consists of five categories: musical vocals, band, chess, math, and spelling.

Mrs. Stange, our coordinator, would like to thank all of the participants. She remarked, “We were very blessed as a school to be able to finally return to participating in the fair.  It offers such blessings of demonstrating our God-given abilities.  The fair is important because it brings us together as a community of believers and fosters growth in the children to be well rounded individuals.  I thoroughly enjoyed and was impressed with the skills and abilities that our students possess.” One special note should be mentioned. Avery was the individual champion in 7th grade math and spelling, and was the SAFA's chess champion. We thank and praise God for His continued blessings upon our students both inside and outside of school. To God be the Glory!

Peace Poster Winners

 

 











Yesterday, winners were announced for this contest from the Lewiston Lions.  Theodore was the 1st place winner and Evan was the 2nd place winner!  Congratulations to these young aspiring artists.

FOOD/PERSONAL CARE ITEM DRIVE





















The students at St. John's have been busy gathering food/personal care items for Winona Volunteer Services (WVS) the past two weeks as a part of a challenge with St. Matthew's Winona. Mr. Drews's classroom counted up the items which will be delivered to WVS this week! Thank you to all who donated!
Luther High Sound Foundation









 



Luther High School’s Choir, The Sound Foundation, directed by Mr. Paul Adickes, visited the school. The group is made up of 20 Luther High junior and seniors. Two former  St. John’s alumni, Kayleigh Anderson and Faithe Rupprecht are part of this choir. The students enjoyed the music and also received a special bonus. They had some extra recess with their new high school friends. If you have any questions about Luther High School, please contact principal Phil Punzel,  punzphil@luther.k12.wi.us for more information.

St. John's Basketball













St. John’s 2021-22 basketball season is off and  running  St. John’s teams have hosted St. Matthew's Winona, and St. John’s, Nodine at the Activity Center. A very enthusiastic crowd enjoyed watching the teams play.  We hope to see all of our Rocket fans at the games this year. Please check the Activity Page/Basketball/Season Schedule for additional scheduled home games.