Chapel Service Wednesday November 28th
Pastor Lindemann will lead our monthly chapel service on the theme: Rooted and Built Up in Christ. Everyone is welcome to attend. What a wonderful comfort to parents, students, faculty, and staff as we let Jesus guide us through the school year.
Snowmobile Safety Training
The youth snowmobiling safety training class is an introductory class of approximately 12 hours, designed primarily for the snowmobile rider with little or no experience in snowmobile operation. The course includes a hands-on operating field day.
Youth ages 11-17 are eligible to complete the course. Certification becomes valid at age 12.
School Delays and Cancellations
School Cancellation/ Delays and Early Outs
Our Minnesota weather often causes problems with scheduling school events. When the weather is severe enough to endanger safe transportation to and from school, the district will notify radio and television stations with information and times. We urge parents to monitor stations when the weather may cause a delay, cancellation or early release.
St. John's Email site
Students can find the school's email site under the Cool Sites/Safe search tab.
You can find the new parent resource page under the Important resource tab on the homepage. These links will provide you with helpful information on various family topics.
Use the Devotion tab to start your day with a message from God's Word. Want to know more about Luther High School or Martin Luther College? Check out the WELS school tab. Are you concerned about internet usage in your home? Click the internet safety links that provide up-to-date information. Dr. Sylvia Rimm, a noted psychologist and WELS presenter, gives her important thoughts on topics such as homework, after school sports, divorce, and many other important issues. There are other resources to guide you in your walk with Christ. Please take the time to use the resources...More Information
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.
Get Involved: Jr.Choir and the School Play
Mrs. Dorn and Miss Hoffmann will be sending home information about junior choir and the school play this week. Parents and students should read the information, and if interested, return the signed portion of the information by the due date.
What a wonderful way to use your talents to glorify our Savior.
If there are any questions please email or call Mrs. Dorn and Miss Hoffmann. Thank you.
Classroom Math and Spelling Resources
Our subscription to IXL, a web based math curriculum, will continue to run throughout the summer. Studies have shown that over the summer children can lose 10-15% of the prevoius subject's skills. This is a great opportunity for skill review! 20 minutes a day, 3 times a week will get your child off to great start next year.
Also, the SpellingCity website is a nice site for your child to review their weekly spelling words. There are pretests and interactive game to reinforce the words throughout the week. You can find both websites on the classroom cool sites page...More Information