Chapel Service Wednesday, March 29th (rescheduled)
Pastor Lindemann will lead our monthly chapel service. Everyone is welcome to attend.
Call Updates 3-26-23
Mr. Alex Brown, a member of St. John’s, has been called to be our 5th & 6th grade teacher. If you wish to contact him to discuss the call before him, he can be reached at 507-923-5127 or email@example.com
Mr. Macord Johnson has been called to be our 7th/8th grade teacher and principal. He is currently serving at Prairie Lutheran in Fairfax, MN. His phone number is 507-317-3653 and email address is macord.johnson@..More Information
3rd quarter Midterm Progress Reports Updated 2-23
Progress reports will be handed out on Wednesday, March 1st. Included in the progress reports will be the winter MAP testing resultsI. If you have any questions or concerns please email or call me. Thank you
Scoliosis Screening April 3rd
From: The School nurse:
Re: Scoliosis Screening
The school nurse screen students for scoliosis on Monday, April 3rd
If after the screening there is a concern, the nurse will send home a note in the mail.parents The scoliosis screening's purpose to catch any problem at a very early stage so it can be easily corrected. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact the LA school district nurse. Mrs. MacPherson, for further information
Native American Villages (updated 3-18)
The 5-6th grade class have finished their study of the Native Americans. The students researched and created regional villages and will present their findings in an oral presentation to the K-4 classrooms last Wednesday.
Classroom Sings Examination Sunday, April 23rd
Our class will be singing at the 10:30 Examination Service on Sunday, April,24th. The children will be singing following the examination. If at all possible, please have the children come to our classroom by 10:10. This time will give the class an opportunity to warm up before the service..
If you have any questions, please email me.
Helping Your Child With Their Study Skills
1. Set up a regular study time in a quiet, comfortable place where your child won't have distractions.
2. Encourage daily study, even if there's no homework. reading and reviewing lessons will get your child in the habit of studying every day.
3. Make sure your child keeps track of assignments and has all the study tools needed for homework.