1st & 2nd Grade News

First and Second Grade News

Week of March 25, 2019

Be still and know that I am God. Psalm 46:10

 

Bible Lessons for this week: Zacchaeus, Jesus Rides into Jerusalem

 

Memory Work: Please take the time to help your child memorize the assigned verses.

Tues., Mar. 23: My sheep hear My voice, and I know them, and they follow Me. John 10:27

Thurs., Mar. 25: The Son of Man came to seek and to save the lost. Luke 19:10

Tues., Mar. 30: I am the Good Shepherd. The Good Shepherd lays down His life for the sheep.

John 10:11

 

First Grade Spelling Words: (Unit 31) jets, frogs, tails, weeks, gates, pails, lakes, rakes, nails, games, suits, cubes. Challenge words: wagons, kittens

Second Grade Spelling Words (Unit 31): running, clapped, stopped, hopping, batted, telling, pinned, hugging, sitting, rubbed, missed, pulled, planning, shopping. Challenge words: wrapped, swelling, guessed.

The second grade will write sitting, missed, and telling in cursive. We will practice this at school, but extra practice at home will be helpful as well.

 

We will be studying poetry in English and working on writing some poetry.

 

The Missouri Extension Office sponsors a program titled “Hatching Chicks in the Classroom.” Our class will have an incubator in our classroom and have the opportunity to observe this miraculous process. The eggs will be delivered to our classroom on Thursday, and the chicks will hatch next week. The chicks will need a “farm” home, so if you would like to have some of these chicks, please let me know. Please realize that although the chicks are fluffy and cute, they are farm animals, not pets. They grow up to be adult chickens.

 

Chapel offerings:  Our offerings for March will be given to Lutheran Hour Ministries—Project Vietnam.  Our gifts enable Lutheran Hour Ministries to reach out to children in a variety of ways such as vacation Bible schools, music events, puppet ministry, and a holistic program to boost children’s nutrition by providing milk on a regular basis.

 

Scrip: You may support our school by purchasing SCRIP cards. These are "gift" cards that you spend at businesses, and a percentage of the purchase price comes back to our school. Talk to Ms. Janice in the office, and she will tell you which cards she has in stock. She can also order cards that are not in stock. Just stop by the office to talk to Ms. Janice and support St. Paul's Lutheran School.

 

If you do not have a Church home, you are invited to join us at St. Paul's for worship. Saturday evening services are at 5:30. Sunday morning worship is at 9:00, followed by Sunday School and Bible Classes for high school youth and adults.

 

You are welcome to attend the weekly Lenten services at St. Paul’s. The services are at 6:30 each Wednesday evening in Lent. There is a meal served in the gym prior to the service at 5:30. The cost is a free will donation.

 

You and your family are also invited to attend the “Living Last Supper and Crucifixion”

presentation in our gym (April 16-17 at 7:00 p.m.) and some of the special services leading up to Easter as well as worship on Easter to celebrate Christ's resurrection. 

 

Mark Your Calendars:

Mar. 27: Midweek Lenten service at St. Paul’s (6:30 pm) Meal served at 5:30 in gym (Free will offering)

Mar. 29: Dismissal at 12:30 (Staff Meeting)

April 16: Dismissal at 12:30 (Easter break begins at noon) Please note the change from the original calendar: We are making up snow days by having school on April 15-16.

April 17-22: Easter break

April 16-17: Living Last Supper and Crucifixion (7:00 pm-St. Paul’s gym)

April18: Maundy Thursday service (6:30 pm)

Apr. 19: Good Friday service (6:30 pm)

April 21: Resurrection Day!!! Easter Service

April 23: Classes resume

May 16: Spaghetti Dinner and Talent Show

 

God’s blessings on your week!

Mrs. Brandt

 

First and Second Grade News

Week of March 18, 2019

Be still and know that I am God. Psalm 46:10

 

Bible Lessons for this week: The Lost Sheep, Mary Anoints Jesus

 

Memory Work: Please take the time to help your child memorize the assigned verses.

Tues., Mar. 19: Little children, let us not love in word or talk, but in deed and in truth. 1 John 3:18

Thurs., Mar. 21:. Ask, and it will be given to you; seek, and you will find; knock, and it will be opened to you. Luke 11:9

Tues., Mar. 23: My sheep hear My voice, and I know them, and they follow Me. John 10:27

 

First Grade Spelling Words: baby, penny, fry, candy, sky, why, try, pony, cry, fly, down

Challenge words: myself, every

Second Grade Spelling Words (Unit 30): water, story, playground, never, isn’t, warm, morning, classroom, I’ve, mother, shore, under, door, wouldn’t. Challenge words: remember, because, favorite

The second grade will write story, warm, and shore in cursive. We will practice this at school, but extra practice at home will be helpful as well.

 

The class has been keeping a line graph of daily temperatures in Sedalia, South Carolina, and North Dakota. It has been interesting to see the differences in temperatures between these areas. The students are starting to see how cities further south or further north will have temperatures warmer or colder than ours.

 

This week the class will address the envelopes to mail their letters they wrote to the Comfort Dogs. Everyone is looking forward to hearing a reply once the letters are mailed.

 

Please plan to attend the PTL meeting on Thursday, March 21. The meeting begins at 6:00 pm and child care is provided. Your input is a valuable part of this organization.

 

Chapel offerings:  Our offerings for March will be given to Lutheran Hour Ministries—Project Vietnam.  Our gifts enable Lutheran Hour Ministries to reach out to children in a variety of ways such as vacation Bible schools, music events, puppet ministry, and a holistic program to boost children’s nutrition by providing milk on a regular basis.

 

Scrip: You may support our school by purchasing SCRIP cards. These are "gift" cards that you spend at businesses, and a percentage of the purchase price comes back to our school. Talk to Ms. Janice in the office, and she will tell you which cards she has in stock. She can also order cards that are not in stock. Just stop by the office to talk to Ms. Janice and support St. Paul's Lutheran School.

 

If you do not have a Church home, you are invited to join us at St. Paul's for worship. Saturday evening services are at 5:30. Sunday morning worship is at 9:00, followed by Sunday School and Bible Classes for high school youth and adults.

 

You are welcome to attend the weekly Lenten services at St. Paul’s. The services are at 6:30 each Wednesday evening in Lent. There is a meal served in the gym prior to the service at 5:30. The cost is a free will donation.

 

You and your family are also invited to attend the “Living Last Supper and Crucifixion”

presentation in our gym (April 16-17 at 7:00 p.m.) and some of the special services leading up to Easter as well as worship on Easter to celebrate Christ's resurrection. 

 

 

Mark Your Calendars:

Mar. 20: Midweek Lenten service at St. Paul’s (6:30 pm) Meal served at 5:30 in gym (Free will offering)

Mar. 21: PTL meeting (6:00 pm)

Mar. 29: Noon Dismissal (Staff Meeting)

April 16: Noon Dismissal (Easter break begins at noon) Please note the change from the original calendar: We are making up snow days by having school on April 15-16.

April 17-22: Easter break

April 16-17: Living Last Supper and Crucifixion (7:00 pm-St. Paul’s gym)

April18: Maundy Thursday service (6:30 pm)

Apr. 19: Good Friday service (6:30 pm)

April 21: Resurrection Day!!! Easter Service

April 23: Classes resume

May 16: Spaghetti Dinner and Talent Show

 

God’s blessings on your week!

Mrs. Brandt

 

 

 

 

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