St. Paul Weekly Cardinal Note - October 16

Mission Offerings

Apache Land Mission
Collected Friday, October 12 - $92.97
Collected to Date - $581.55
 

School Dates to Remember

October 17 – Gr. 4 to Old World Wisconsin
October 19 – Forensics at St. John, Watertown
October 22 – Gr. 5&6 to Milwaukee Public Museum
October 23 – Lakeside 8th Grade Welcome Night 5:30-7:30 PM
October 23 – Early Childhood Night 6-7 PM
October 24 – End of 1st Quarter
October 24 – Harvest parties
October 25-26 – NO SCHOOL

Music & Performing Arts

October 20 - Beginners & Cadet Band and Color Guard at Lakeside 9-10:30 AM
October 21 – Gr. 3 sings 8:00; Gr. 2 sings 10:30
October 27 - Beginners & Cadet Band and Color Guard at Lakeside 9-10:30 AM

 What’s New?

 Parent/Teacher Sign-ups – Beginning on Thursday, October 18 the parent-teacher sign up genius will be ready to go. Parent-Teacher consultations are on Thursday evening and Friday afternoon/evening. Be looking for your Thursday update for the link.

 Forensics:  The regional meet is at St. John, Watertown this week Friday, Oct. 19th.   The event begins in the gym at 6 PM.  Our team of 20 consists of:  8th graders:  Trey L, Ethan S, Ben B, Christian S, and Caden K; 7th graders:  Emma W, Christian C, Caleb B, Chloe K, and Kooper M; 6th graders:  Trinity W, Farah S, Lilly M, Kayla H, Ethan H, Joseph M, Ryan S, Ella S, Ruby L, and Caleb W.  We thank our coaches:  Becca Lauber, Mary Ann Johnson, Deb Haar, Bev Buelow, and Sue Filter for dedicating their time and energy to help prepare these young people for this event.  We also thank Amanda Dobberstein and Alana Enger for serving as judges for the evening.  Feel free to attend and help support the students as they perform their pieces.  The parents of the participants received an email last week with all of the specific details.  Please let Miss Radue or Mrs. Bauer know if you have any questions.  

PTL Brainstorming Session – For those looking to help out the school, there will be a Parent Teacher League (PTL) organizational meeting on Monday, October 22. The brainstorming session will begin at 6:00 and go no longer than an hour. We will meet in the library.

 Reminder:  For those families that chose to pay their registration fees on a monthly basis, please note that a payment is now due.  Kindly check your records.  Band parents, band lesson payments are also due on a monthly basis ($35/month per student or $65/month per family).

 Repeats

 Early Childhood   Save the date and RSVP! Children in our early childhood classrooms (3K-2nd grade) invite you to our Harvest Hop evening Tuesday, October 23rd from 6:00-7:00pm in our school gymnasium.  If you haven't already, head on over to CCB and submit your RSVP selection for the evening.  Please contact Allie Byers if you are able to donate pumpkins, gourds, or corn stalks to help us decorate.

Yearbook will meet Wednesday, October 17, from 3:15-4. If you did not attend the first meeting it would be helpful to attend this meeting. 

 YEARBOOK PHOTOS: As we begin another school year we would like to collect photographs for consideration for the yearbook.  Please email pictures to our committee at yearbookspl@gmail.com. Photographs of sporting events, music events, class parties, school events, every day classroom events, etc. would be appreciated.

 SCHOOL MENU

October 22 – October 26

Sunday          God’s Word in Church
Monday         Chicken Quesadilla
Tuesday         Chili
Wednesday   Chicken Nuggets
Thursday       NO SCHOOL
Friday          NO SCHOOL

 All menus subject to change

Check out the school web site for complete monthly menus at www.stpaullakemills.org

St. Paul Weekly Cardinal Note - October 9, 2018

Mission Offerings

Apache Land Mission
Collected Friday, October 5 - $71.07
Collected to Date - $488.58

School Dates to Remember

October 16 – Picture retakes
October 17 – Gr. 4 to Old World Wisconsin
October 19 – Forensics at St. John, Watertown
October 22 – Gr. 5&6 to Milwaukee Public Museum
October 23 – Lakeside 8th Grade Welcome Night 5:30-7:30 PM
October 23 – Early Childhood Night 6-7 PM
October 24 – End of 1st Quarter
October 24 – Harvest parties
October 25-26 – NO SCHOOL

 Music & Performing Arts

October 13 - Beginners & Cadet Band and Color Guard at Lakeside 9-10:30 AM
October 14 – Kindergarten sings 8:00; Gr. 1 sings 10:30
October 20 - Beginners & Cadet Band and Color Guard at Lakeside 9-10:30 AM
October 21 – Gr. 3 sings 8:00; Gr. 2 sings 10:30
October 27 - Beginners & Cadet Band and Color Guard at Lakeside 9-10:30 AM

Sports

October 10 – A1 & B1 Volleyball home
October 11 – Cross Country at St. Joe’s, Fort Atkinson
October 13 – A1 VB Tourney at LPS

What’s New?

Picture retakes will be on Tuesday, October 16. If you plan to do a retake, send the proof back with your child to turn in to the photographer on this day.

Early Childhood   Save the date and RSVP! Children in our early childhood classrooms (3K-2nd grade) invite you to our Harvest Hop evening Tuesday, October 23rd from 6:00-7:00pm in our school gymnasium.  If you haven't already, head on over to CCB and submit your RSVP selection for the evening.  Please contact Allie Byers if you are able to donate pumpkins, gourds, or corn stalks to help us decorate.

Yearbook will meet next Wednesday, October 17, from 3:15-4. If you did not attend the first meeting it would be helpful to attend this meeting. 

Cross Country: We are nearing the end. Next week Tuesday, October 16, is our end of the season party. We would like to have  a pizza party. Please try to have $3 per child to Mrs. Gartner by or on next Monday in order to purchase the pizza. If you are able to cook pizza for the party please let Mrs. Gartner know. More information will come through CCB.

Cross Country change of venue for Thursday. The St. Joe meet will be run at Jones Park in Fort Atkinson. Hopefully the final information will be out tonight. Please be watching CCB for updates. Thank you!

BLAC CC meet rain date is next Monday, October 15.

Parent/Teacher Sign-ups – Next Tuesday, be looking for the Sign-up Genius link in the Tuesday Note. Conferences will be on Thursday evening, November 1 and Friday, November 2.

Repeats

Car Line Name Tags – As we start a new month with a different set of teachers, we ask that you remember to put your name tags in the front visor for the teacher to see.

YEARBOOK PHOTOS: As we begin another school year we would like to collect photographs for consideration for the yearbook.  Please email pictures to our committee at yearbookspl@gmail.com. Photographs of sporting events, music events, class parties, school events, every day classroom events, etc. would be appreciated.

Fundraising Opportunities

Scrip – If you haven’t done so already, sign up now online at shopwithscrip.com. The enrollment code is: 44CF335253186. Last week alone we raised almost $100 for the school! Even if you do not have children in the school, you can designate your proceeds to go towards tuition assistance. You can also get immediate access to many of your scrip purchases by printing off your printer at home or by downloading MyScripWallet.com on your phone. Come see how you can help out our school.

Box Tops for Education:  Collect Box Tops off participating products and bring them into the school throughout the year. Download the Box Top App and get coupons for commonly bought items, purchase those items, scan your receipt and easily earn extra money for our school. Each Box top is worth 10 cents for our school.  Our goal for this school year is $1,000.00. COMING UP:  We will be having a Box Top Drive in the beginning of October. Plan ahead and ask your Grandparents, Aunts, Uncles, Neighbors, Coworkers and Friends to begin saving Box Tops to help your child's classroom collect the most Box Tops during our drive.

Milk Moola: Purchase bags or jugs (pint, gallon, etc) of Milk, Chocolate, Strawberry milk or orange juice and save the lid or cut the milk moola strip out of the bag and bring them into school. Each milk moola lid or strip is worth 5 cents for our school. 

Jensen's Labels for Education- Collect Labels from Sentry brands including Essential Everyday, Equaline, Wild Harvest, Sentry, Stone Ridge Ice Cream, and Culinary Circle. Bring Labels into school and place in Jensen's Labels for Education Bin in Lobby. For every label collected we will earn 5 cents for our school. 

We'd love to hear your fundraising ideas. Contact Crystal Cramer or Principal Gartner with any suggestions, questions or ideas about these fundraising programs and opportunities to volunteer.

SCHOOL MENU

October 15 – October 19

Sunday          God’s Word in Church
Monday          Beef & Rice taco bowl
Tuesday          BB chicken
Wednesday    Loaded baked potato
Thursday        Pizza
Friday          Cheesy beef casserole

 All menus subject to change

Check out the school web site for complete monthly menus at www.stpaullakemills.org

St. Paul Weekly Cardinal Note - October 2, 2018

Mission Offerings

Apache Land Mission
Collected Friday, September 21 - $126.55
Collected to Date - $417.51

School Dates to Remember

October 4 – Gr. 1&2 to Bypass Farm
October 4-5 – Gr. 7 to Camp Philip
October 16 – Picture retakes
October 17 – Gr. 4 to Old World Wisconsin
October 19 – Forensics at St. John, Watertown
October 22 – Gr. 5&6 to Milwaukee Public Museum
October 23 – Lakeside 8th Grade Welcome Night 5:30-7:30 PM
October 23 – Early Childhood Night 6-7 PM
October 24 – End of 1st Quarter
October 24 – Harvest parties
October 25-26 – NO SCHOOL

Music & Performing Arts

October 7 – Gr. 6 sings 10:30 AM
October 13 - Beginners & Cadet Band and Color Guard at Lakeside 9-10:30 AM
October 14 – Kindergarten sings 8:00; Gr. 1 sings 10:30
October 20 - Beginners & Cadet Band and Color Guard at Lakeside 9-10:30 AM
October 21 – Gr. 3 sings 8:00; Gr. 2 sings 10:30
October 27 - Beginners & Cadet Band and Color Guard at Lakeside 9-10:30 AM

Sports

October 3 - A2 & B2 Volleyball home
October 10 – A1 & B1 Volleyball home
October 11 – Cross Country at St. Joe’s, Fort Atkinson
October 13 – A1 VB Tourney at LPS

 What’s New?

 Car Line Name Tags – As we start a new month with a different set of teachers, we ask that you remember to put your name tags in the front visor for the teacher to see.

 YEARBOOK PHOTOS: As we begin another school year we would like to collect photographs for consideration for the yearbook.  Please email pictures to our committee at yearbookspl@gmail.com. Photographs of sporting events, music events, class parties, school events, every day classroom events, etc. would be appreciated.

 Congratulations to the A1 Girls Volleyball Team for their first place finish in last weekend’s tournament at Lakeside. 

 Repeats

 Morning Drop-off As you enter the parking lot, please be aware of other cars near you. Please continue as one lane until you are through the first crosswalk and are either going into the drop-off lane or travelling through to park your car. Also; please pull all the way to the end of the drop-off lane and then let your child out. Thank you for your help in keeping everyone safe.

 Early Childhood   Save the date and RSVP! Children in our early childhood classrooms (3K-2nd grade) invite you to our Harvest Hop evening Tuesday, October 23rd from 6:00-7:00pm in our school gymnasium.  If you haven't already, head on over to CCB and submit your RSVP selection for the evening.  Please contact Allie Byers if you are able to donate pumpkins, gourds, or corn stalks to help us decorate.

 Fundraising Opportunities

Scrip – If you haven’t done so already, sign up now online at shopwithscrip.com. The enrollment code is: 44CF335253186. Last week alone we raised almost $100 for the school! Even if you do not have children in the school, you can designate your proceeds to go towards tuition assistance. You can also get immediate access to many of your scrip purchases by printing off your printer at home or by downloading MyScripWallet.com on your phone. Come see how you can help out our school.

 Box Tops for Education:  Collect Box Tops off participating products and bring them into the school throughout the year. Download the Box Top App and get coupons for commonly bought items, purchase those items, scan your receipt and easily earn extra money for our school. Each Box top is worth 10 cents for our school.  Our goal for this school year is $1,000.00. COMING UP:  We will be having a Box Top Drive in the beginning of October. Plan ahead and ask your Grandparents, Aunts, Uncles, Neighbors, Coworkers and Friends to begin saving Box Tops to help your child's classroom collect the most Box Tops during our drive.

 Milk Moola: Purchase bags or jugs (pint, gallon, etc) of Milk, Chocolate, Strawberry milk or orange juice and save the lid or cut the milk moola strip out of the bag and bring them into school. Each milk moola lid or strip is worth 5 cents for our school. 

 Jensen's Labels for Education- Collect Labels from Sentry brands including Essential Everyday, Equaline, Wild Harvest, Sentry, Stone Ridge Ice Cream, and Culinary Circle. Bring Labels into school and place in Jensen's Labels for Education Bin in Lobby. For every label collected we will earn 5 cents for our school. 

 We'd love to hear your fundraising ideas. Contact Crystal Cramer or Principal Gartner with any suggestions, questions or ideas about these fundraising programs and opportunities to volunteer.

 Picture Retake

Picture retakes will be on Tuesday, October 16. If you plan to do a retake, send the proof back with your child to turn in to the photographer on this day.

 SCHOOL MENU

October 8 – October 12

Sunday          God’s Word in Church
Monday          Nachos
Tuesday          Biscuits and Gravy
Wednesday     Chicken Pot Pie
Thursday          Grilled cheese/tomato soup
Friday          Hamburgers

All menus subject to change

 Bountiful harvest???  Our school lunch program welcomes excess fresh produce (potatoes, tomatoes, squash, zucchini, cucumbers, etc.) from your garden.  Take them to the kitchen door (in back of building) during morning hours.

St. PaulWeekly Cardinal Note - September 25

Mission Offerings

Apache Land Mission

Collected Friday, September 21 - $126.55

Collected to Date - $417.51

 School Dates to Remember

September 27 – 4K & K to Schusters
September 28 – NO SCHOOL
October 4 – Gr. 1&2 to Bypass Farm
October 4-5 – Gr. 7 to Camp Philip
October 16 – Picture retakes
October 17 – Gr. 4 to Old World Wisconsin
October 19 – Forensics at St. John, Watertown
October 22 – Gr. 5&6 to Milwaukee Public Museum
October 23 – Lakeside 8th Grade Welcome Night 5:30-7:30 PM
October 23 – Early Childhood Night 6-7 PM
October 24 – End of 1st Quarter
October 24 – Harvest parties
October 25-26 – NO SCHOOL

Music & Performing Arts

October 7 – Gr. 6 sings 10:30 AM
October 13 - Beginners & Cadet Band and Color Guard at Lakeside 9-10:30 AM
October 14 – Kindergarten sings 8:00; Gr. 1 sings 10:30
October 20 - Beginners & Cadet Band and Color Guard at Lakeside 9-10:30 AM
October 21 – Gr. 3 sings 8:00; Gr. 2 sings 10:30
October 27 - Beginners & Cadet Band and Color Guard at Lakeside 9-10:30 AM

Sports

September 25 – Cross Country at Lakeside
September 26 – A1&B1 Volleyball at TSL WTTN; A2&B2 VB at Lebanon
September 29 – A1 BLAC Volleyball Tourney at Lakeside
October 3 - A2 & B2 Volleyball home
October 10 – A1 & B1 Volleyball home
October 11 – Cross Country at St. Joe’s, Fort Atkinson
October 13 – A1 VB Tourney at LPS

 What’s New?

 Morning Drop-off As you enter the parking lot, please be aware of other cars near you. Please continue as one lane until you are through the first crosswalk and are either going into the drop-off lane or travelling through to park your car. Also; please pull all the way to the end of the drop-off lane and then let your child out. Thank you for your help in keeping everyone safe.

 Early Childhood   Save the date and RSVP! Children in our early childhood classrooms (3K-2nd grade) invite you to our Harvest Hop evening Tuesday, October 23rd from 6:00-7:00pm in our school gymnasium.  If you haven't already, head on over to CCB and submit your RSVP selection for the evening.  Please contact Allie Byers if you are able to donate pumpkins, gourds, or corn stalks to help us decorate.

Lakeside Lutheran will again host the Cadet and Beginner Band members for rehearsals for the Fall Concert on Sunday, November 4 at Lakeside.  Grade 5-8 girls not in band are also invited to participate in the color guard for this event.  REGISTRATION FORMS are due to Lakeside Wednesday.

 Fundraising Opportunities

Scrip – If you haven’t done so already, sign up now online at shopwithscrip.com. The enrollment code is: 44CF335253186. Last week alone we raised almost $100 for the school! Even if you do not have children in the school, you can designate your proceeds to go towards tuition assistance. You can also get immediate access to many of your scrip purchases by printing off your printer at home or by downloading MyScripWallet.com on your phone. Come see how you can help out our school.

 Box Tops for Education:  Collect Box Tops off participating products and bring them into the school throughout the year. Download the Box Top App and get coupons for commonly bought items, purchase those items, scan your receipt and easily earn extra money for our school. Each Box top is worth 10 cents for our school.  Our goal for this school year is $1,000.00. COMING UP:  We will be having a Box Top Drive in the beginning of October. Plan ahead and ask your Grandparents, Aunts, Uncles, Neighbors, Coworkers and Friends to begin saving Box Tops to help your child's classroom collect the most Box Tops during our drive.

 Milk Moola: Purchase bags or jugs (pint, gallon, etc) of Milk, Chocolate, Strawberry milk or orange juice and save the lid or cut the milk moola strip out of the bag and bring them into school. Each milk moola lid or strip is worth 5 cents for our school. 

 Jensen's Labels for Education- Collect Labels from Sentry brands including Essential Everyday, Equaline, Wild Harvest, Sentry, Stone Ridge Ice Cream, and Culinary Circle. Bring Labels into school and place in Jensen's Labels for Education Bin in Lobby. For every label collected we will earn 5 cents for our school. 

 We'd love to hear your fundraising ideas. Contact Crystal Cramer or Principal Gartner with any suggestions, questions or ideas about these fundraising programs and opportunities to volunteer.

 Repeats

 Cherub Choir October is the beginning of Cherub Choir practices. Third grade students are automatically enrolled in the choir. Fourth and Fifth grade students are able to choose.

 Lakeside Lutheran Volleyball teams invite you to attend their  annual VOLLEY FOR HOPE on Tuesday, September 25. The Lakeside Warrior Volleyball team will be hosting Luther Prep, with games beginning at 5:15pm. We encourage all fans to attend and be a part of this special night. Volley for Hope is an evening benefitting Tomorrow’s Hope; a non-profit that supports LOCAL health care recipients who help those touched by Alzheimer’s, cancer, diabetes, heart disease, and other life-limiting illnesses. They also foster health-related research, education and support activities. Activities will include a Bake Sale & Raffles.

Picture Retake

Picture retakes will be on Tuesday, October 16. If you plan to do a retake, send the proof back with your child to turn in to the photographer on this day.

  SCHOOL MENU

October 1 – October 5

Sunday          God’s Word in Church
Monday         Pizza Sliders
Tuesday        Beef Stroganoff
Wednesday   Mac N Cheese
Thursday       Sloppy Joes
Friday          Spaghetti

All menus subject to change

Bountiful harvest???  Our school lunch program welcomes excess fresh produce (potatoes, tomatoes, squash, zucchini, cucumbers, etc.) from your garden.  Take them to the kitchen door (in back of building) during morning hours.

St. Paul Weekly Cardinal Note - September 18

NO MORNING LAKESIDE BUS WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 19.  3 PM BUS AS USUAL.

It All Began With God

Mission Offerings - Apache Land Mission

Collected Friday, September 14 - $112.89
Collected to Date - $290.96

School Dates to Remember

September 19 – NO MORNING LAKESIDE BUS
September 24 – NO LAKE MILLS SCHOOL DISTRICT BUS
September 27 – 4K & K to Schusters
September 28 – NO SCHOOL

Music & Performing Arts

September 23 – Gr. 4&5 sing at 9:00 AM – This is a change

 Sports

September 18 – A1&B1 Volleyball at home; A2&B2 Volleyball at St. John WTTN
September 19 – A1&B1 Volleyball at St. Mark WTTN; A2 & B2 Volleyball home
September 20 – Cross Country at Sheehan Park in Sun Prairie
September 25 – Cross Country at Lakeside
September 26 – A1&B1 Volleyball at TSL WTTN; A2&B2 VB at Lebanon
September 29 – A1 BLAC Volleyball Tourney at Lakeside

 What’s New?

Cherub Choir October is the beginning of Cherub Choir practices. Third grade students are automatically enrolled in the choir. Fourth and Fifth grade students are able to choose. We are missing some forms from students. Ones that have not returned an intent form will have one coming home today. Please fill out whether it is a yes or no. Thank you.

Lakeside Lutheran Volleyball teams invite you to attend their  annual VOLLEY FOR HOPE on Tuesday, September 25. The Lakeside Warrior Volleyball team will be hosting Luther Prep, with games beginning at 5:15pm. We encourage all fans to attend and be a part of this special night. Volley for Hope is an evening benefitting Tomorrow’s Hope; a non-profit that supports LOCAL health care recipients who help those touched by Alzheimer’s, cancer, diabetes, heart disease, and other life-limiting illnesses. They also foster health-related research, education and support activities. Activities will include a Bake Sale & Raffles.

Lakeside Lutheran will again host the Cadet and Beginner Band members for rehearsals for the Fall Concert on Sunday, November 4 at Lakeside.  Grade 5-8 girls not in band are also invited to participate in the color guard for this event.  Further information is being sent home with your student today.

Cardinal Cross Country Thank you everyone who made our cross country meet a success!

 Repeats

Parking Lot – Please remember to drive slowly through the entire parking lot. We want to make sure everyone stays safe.

Parents, we present a School Family Directory. Understanding the great privileges, obligations, and challenges we share as members of God’s family, we encourage your friendship, fellowship and worship.  Please use this list to help get acquainted with new members in our midst & to encourage one another. (Please do not use the list for marketing, mailing or personal profit.)  Remember when using this list for birthday parties, sleepovers, etc. that inclusion fosters everyone’s friendship. Exclusiveness strains relationships.  Thanks in advance for helping us keep accurate records by phoning the office to update any changes that occur throughout the year.  Look for your directory with your youngest child in the K-8 family.

 Picture Retake

Picture retakes will be on Tuesday, October 16. If you plan to do a retake, send the proof back with your child to turn in to the photographer on this day.

 Reminder:  For those families that chose to pay their registration fees on a monthly basis, please note the first payment is now due.  Kindly check your records.  Band parents, band lesson payments are also due on a monthly basis ($35/month per student or $65/month per family).

 Powerschool Grades 3-8

Directions on how to access your child’s grades through Powerschool were sent home last week. If you have any questions on how to set it up, please contact the office.

 School Mission Project (1st Quarter) The first quarter mission offering is going towards the Apache Mission 125th Anniversary. 125 years ago our synod began doing mission work on the various Apache reservations in Arizona.

 St. Paul Childcare follows the St. Paul School schedule.  On days there is no school, childcare is not provided.  However, on early release days, (when the school day ends at 12:30 PM) childcare will be available until 3 PM.  Please keep this in mind as you look ahead at your child’s schedule.

 LLHS Dance Clinic for K-8 girls Another great K–8 Dance Clinic is planned for Sunday, Sept. 30 from 1–3:30 pm at LLHS, hosted by the Warrior Dance team. Attendees are invited to dance at the LLHS home football game on October 5 v. Poynette. $15 and you’ll learn basic techniques, a short routine based on Disney’s “Incredibles 2” movie, get a T-shirt and a copy of the music to use at your own school! Registration forms are in the kiosk and due by September9 – also find the registration form & more details at llhs.org/K-8

 SCHOOL MENU

September 24 – September 28

Sunday          God’s Word in Church
Monday          Taco Soup
Tuesday         Lasagna
Wednesday  Chicken nuggets
Thursday       Egg Bake
Friday          NO SCHOOL

All menus subject to change

Bountiful harvest???Our school lunch program welcomes excess fresh produce (potatoes, tomatoes, squash, zucchini, cucumbers, etc.) from your garden.Take them to the kitchen door (in back of building) during morning hours.