Our Clear Mission:
St Paul's Lutheran School celebrates God's gift of eternal life
by providing children and their families with a
Christ-centered, quality education
in a caring and nurturing environment.
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.
Summer Day Care
Every day during the summer except July 4th. Program ends on August 16th.
$2.50 per hour or - $15.00 per day or - $60.00 per week
Lunches will be $2.50 (children are welcome to bring their own sack lunch)
Snack will be served at 2:30 daily
Nap time -rest time daily at 1-2:30
Review time daily of school work
Crafts/ Art times
Possible field trips to area locations (parks)
For more information or to sign your child up for the program go to our form at https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1jwcu_Ns-Qk2qZHg5KHm6EcUC5T_AwhpejAomOcvfigk/viewform
The Lutheran Schools in the area recently participated in a Lutheran Schools Spelling Bee in Stover, Mo. Participating schools were St. Paul’s of Sedalia, St. Paul’s of Stover and LSA in Cole Camp.
1st Grade Oral - 1st Samantha Hagedorn (Sedalia) 2nd Grady Strathman (LSA) 3rd Kalysa Cochran (Stover)
1st Grade Written - 1st Grady Strathman (LSA) 2nd Ashton Matheis (Sedalia), Emily Sprinkle (Sedalia), Samantha Hagedorn (Sedalia), 3rd Allie Palmer (Stover)
2nd Grade Oral - First Isabella Cowan (Sedalia) 2nd Kyla Harms (LSA) 3rd Brayden Holt (Sedalia)
2nd Grade Written - 1st Jeremy Weber (Sedalia) Isabella Cowan (Sedalia) Reyna Kammeyer (LSA) 2nd Brayden Holt (Sedalia) Dylana Stoppel (LSA) Kyla Harms (LSA) 3rd Lakota Barker (Stover)
3rd Grade Oral - 1st Angelica Pfremmer (Sedalia) 2nd Adam Corpening (Stover) 3rd Ethan Siegel (Stover)
3rd Grade Written 1st Angelica Pfremmer (Sedalia) 2nd Desiree Heimsoth (LSA) 3rd Peter Adermann (Sedalia) Megan White (Sedalia) Adam Corpening (Stover) Daniel Vosmith (LSA)
4th grade Oral 1st Willy Murphy (LSA) 2nd Keegan Vosmith (LSA) 3rd Natalie Adermann (Sedalia)
4th grade Written 1st Keegan Vosmith (LSA) 2nd Savannah Ward (Sedalia) Garrett Strathman (LSA) Willie Murphy (LSA) 3rd Aaron Anderson (Sedalia) Natalie Adermann (Sedalia)
5th grade Oral - 1st place Zachary Zimm (LSA) 2nd Brooklyn Cross (Sedalia) 3rd Jenna Harms (LSA)
5th grade Written - 1st place Brooklyn Cross (Sedalia) 2nd place Bridget Gile (LSA) 3rd place Denise Sprinkle (Sedalia) Zachary Zimmer (LSA)
6th grade Oral - 1st place Camden Baker (Sedalia) 2nd place Caleb DeFord (Sedalia) Lena Hinck (Stover)
6th grade Written - 1st place Welton Vosmith (LSA) 2nd Place Clayton Hesse (LSA) Lena Hinck (Stover) 3rd Trenny Hering (Sedalia)
7th Grade Oral - 1st place Sidney Johnson (LSA) 2nd place Jeremiah Brandt (Sedalia) 3rd Place Taylor Viebrock (LSA)
7th Grade Written - 1st place Sidney Johnson (LSA) 2nd place Taylor West (Sedalia) 3rd place Anden Murphey (LSA) Taylor Viebrock (LSA)
8th Grade Oral - 1st place Vance Hesse (LSA) 2nd place Hannah May (Sedalia) 3rd place Skylar Balke (LSA)
8th grade Written - 1st place Hannah Schlesselman (LSA) 2nd place Vance Hesse (LSA) Skylar Balke (LSA) Adara Brotherton (Stover)
Winners of the Senior Division (grades 4-8) of our Chess Tournament.
First - Jeremiah Brandt (grade 7)
Second- Caleb DeFord (grade 6)
Third - Andrew Poteet (grade 7)
Fourth - Kobey Hill (grade 4)
Winners of Junior Division (grades K-3)
1st - Zachary Poteet (grade 3)
2nd - Brayden Holt (grade 2)
3rd- Gage Cross (Grade3)
4th - Peter Adermann ( Grade 3)
5th - Jeremy Weber (Grade 2)
6th - Nathaniel DeFord (Grade 3)
7th - Dominic Torok (Grade 2)
8th - Bethany Holt (Grade 3)
9th - Alexi Rayho (Grade 3)
Tournament was on May 4th at St. Paul's
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
Study Finds Advantages for Students in Faith-Based Schools
Religious schools have higher academic performance, narrower achievement gaps, and better behavioral outcomes than traditional public schools and public charter schools, according to findings from a meta-analysis of 90 studies on the effects of schools conducted by William Jeynes, senior fellow at the Witherspoon Institute in Princeton, NJ, and a professor at California State University, Long Beach.
Jeynes calls religious schools "the best hope for American education" and says the nation should "rethink its strategy of espousing charter schools and overlooking the benefits of faith-based education."
You can read more at : http://www.capenet.org/pdf/Outlook385.pdf