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Kindergarten Round Up

This past Sunday, St. John’s had Kindergarten Round Up. Students went on a Safari trip in the Kindergarten classroom!  Parents and students learned a little more about Kindergarten at St. John’s and had some time for food and fellowship! 


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In their latest computer literacy project, the 7/8 graders have created their first news show. The shows will feature student and teacher interviews, class projects, and general school events. Students are learning to plan, collaborate, and communicate as they learn important critical thinking skills. Please watch for future broadcasts in the coming weeks. 


Dr. Seuss!

On March 1, K-2 celebrated the birthday of a wonderful author, Dr. Seuss! Several books were shared during read aloud time on Thursday.  The children enjoyed the funny rhyming words and colorful characters present in these well-loved books. Happy birthday, Dr. Seuss!


Native American Projects

K-2 students finished their Native American study for Social Studies by working together to build a Native American home out of a variety of materials. Students worked in groups and decided whether their group would build a Longhouse, Wigwam, or Teepee. The students then shared a little about their home to the whole class.


Emma performing her flute solo Menuetts by Friedrich Kuhlau.

Spring SAFA

This weekend, St. John’s students in grades 5-8 participated in the spring edition of the Science and Fine Arts Fair. This spring fair consists of five categories: forensics, instrumentals, science projects, piano, and each school can enter a social studies team.
Mrs. J. Dorn, our coordinator, would like to thank all of the participants. She remarked, “The fair gives the students an opportunity to use their God given talents to the best of their ability. Many life skills can be drawn from these activities. It is important to continue to develop these skills through their formative years of school.” We thank and praise God for His continued blessings upon our students both inside and outside of school. To God be the glory!



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This Week at St. John's

March 19th Parenting Class 7:00 pm
March 20th Lenten Supper  6:00 pm
March 20th Lenten Service 7:00 pm
March 21st PIZZA PICK-UP 3:00 pm.
March 22nd Mornings with Mommies 9:30 am

The Music and Play Schedule are now online. Please click on their respective activity sites for more information.