Our Clear Mission:
Celebrating God's gift of eternal life through Christ-centered, quality education.
St. Paul's Lutheran School is dedicated to a belief in the value of each individual as a child of God. We provide Christ centered, quality educational opportunities to help students achieve their potential to be life-long learners and to make positive contributions to their families, their communities and their churches.
A HONOR ROLL : Brayden Holt, Bethany Holt, Megan White, Jeremiah Brandt, Shania Medrano,Savannah Ward, Aaron Anderson, Natalie Adermann, Evelyn Gramajo, Brooklyn Cross
AB HONOR ROLL: Isabella Cowan, Jeremy Weber, Peter Adermann, Nathaniel DeFord, Angelica Pfremmer, Tyler Ruddell, Caleb DeFord, Jose' Alicea, Rachel Anderson, Taylor West, Delaney Mayes, Kobey Hill, Dominic Alicea, Denise Sprinkle, Blake Brandkamp, Donney Pfremmer
Lutheran Schools Week—March 2 – 8, 2014
“Witness Always—Raising Up Faithful Disciples”
“For there are three that testify; the Spirit and the water and the blood; and these three agree.”
1 John 5:7 – 8
These are the special activities taking place during Lutheran Schools Week. Our goals are to not only have fun but also to promote unity and to help others, ultimately displaying God's love in our school, church, and community.
Penny War—Money will be collected for a penny war all week. Money collected will be added to our playground fund in hopes of upgrading our playground in the near future. Students will work to fill their classroom jars with pennies and fill other classroom jars with bills and silver coins. At the end of the week, pennies will count for the class, and any bills and other coins will count against the class in this fun competition.
Mismatched Monday—Wear your mismatched clothes to school! Mix and match your favorite crazy combinations of clothing (polka dots, patterns, stripes, etc.). Please do not wear your clothes inside out, backwards, or have crazy hair.
Team Tuesday—Go team! Support your favorite sports team by wearing your team's apparel (jerseys, t-shirts etc.) to school!
Western Wednesday—Yeehaw! Get ready to wear your western clothes to school! Any clothing you might see in the wild west is welcome (cowboy hats, jeans, boots, t-shirts, dresses, etc.). Please do not bring any toy weapons to school.
The Great Outdoors Thursday—Ahh, the great outdoors! Wear clothes that you could wear during an outdoor activity such as hunting, fishing, or camping. Camouflage, hats, and green/brown/black clothing are a few ideas.
Faithful Friday—Jesus loves me, this I know! Be a witness to your faith by wearing your favorite Christian t-shirt, St. Paul's t-shirt, or other clothing that tells about Jesus!
Other Projects and Events
We will be working to make bookmarks for Veterans. They will be delivered to the Missouri Veterans Home when our band and choir go to perform for them.
On Western Wednesday, we invite parents to the St. Paul's Rodeo Round-Up! Chapel families will compete in some wild, wild western games. Games will take place from 1:30 p.m. – 2:30 p.m. in the gym.
On Thursday, chapel families will work together as Star Performers! Each chapel family will act out and pose for a picture of a Bible account, while remaining chapel families guess the lesson they are acting out. Performances will begin at 8:15 a.m. in the gym. Students will be working with their chapel families each morning Monday – Wednesday to prepare. Students may need to bring some props from home if you have them.
On Friday evening, you won't want to miss our Fine Arts Festival. Each class will have artwork on display in the gym, and all students will perform some music. We will begin with a potluck dinner at 5:30 p.m. You will have some time to look at the artwork, and students will perform at 6:30 p.m. We are asking each family to bring some kind of dish for the potluck dinner.
Nathaniel DeFord is the winner of our Dove Award this week. Congratulations Nathaniel!
Each Wednesday we have a Dove Award in chapel. The recipient is nominated by a staff member for demonstrating a Christ like spirit in the school. The dove represents the Holy Spirit that helps us through this life.
Pre-K by Conscription or Choice?
That's how John Coons, professor of law, emeritus, at the University of California at Berkeley, frames a central question in the current debate about early education policy. Will parents be told by the government where to enroll their four-year-olds, or will they have a genuine choice of providers?
The issue is currently playing out in the U.S. Congress.
Here is the link to the article
You can print this form off- complete it and bring it to the school office to reserve a seat for your child next school year. The registration will make sure your child has a seat in next years classroom.
Sedalia St. Paul's Lutheran School has implemented a new electronic payment system to make it easier on our parents and our faculty. Click here for the link.
St. Paul's has so much to offer!
- Weekly Chapel Services
- Small class size: current average is 14 students per classroom
- A growing school library
- Climate controlled classrooms
- An enclosed and secure playground attached to the gymnasium
- A ten computer lab with high-speed internet, supervised by staff.
Click here to view a wonderful Youtube video about Christian Education