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Lion's Poster Winner




Paul Doran, representing the Lewiston Lions Club, stopped by the school last week to present checks to St. John's "Peace Poster" contest winners. (Please click on bolded words to see posters)
Kate (1st place) and Natalie (2nd place).
God Bless You Sergeant Knabel

SSS G Knabel, the father of two of our students, is being deployed to Kuwait to serve our country for the next year. The students signed this banner to wish him well and to let him know that he will be in our thoughts and prayers. Thank you for serving, Kevin, and we pray for your safe return. God bless!

Lewiston Fire Poster Winner


The Lewiston Fire Department along with the Tri-County Firefighter’s and the Minnesota State Fire Chief’s Association announced that Gracelynn received 2nd place in the annual poster contest. This year's theme was Serve Up Fire Safety in the Kitchen! Congratulations to Gradelynn and all the other St. John's participants.


American Democracy- Vote

St. John's 2nd grade voter. Dawson, urges everyone to vote. Dawson and other St. John's students participated in the Presidential school election held at in the Activity Center this afternoon.  After their vote, many of the kids discussed the blessing of voting.   One student remarked, "Don't take it for granted. There are countries in the world that don't have free elections. Please vote."

Monthly Newscast


The St. John’s Newscast is back! Our 7/8 grade computer literacy students filmed, produced, and directed this month’s production. Please join our cohosts, Bella and Allie, recap our school stories.

This month’s stories include: Spirit Week, The Owen Mundt Memorial Free Throw Tournament, and the Historical Connection projects. We hope you enjoy the show!

Please click on the graphic to view the newscast!

Costume Parade in the Activity Center

St.John's held their Fall Costume Party in school this past week, Students dressed up in a variety of crazy and zany costumes. In the afternoon the teachers prepared games and activities for the students. The students participated in the annual Costume Parade. Many thanks to Nate for taping the parade and Emma for creating the video. We hope you enjoy the video!