Be Bold, Be Strong
Mission Offerings – Nepal Children
Collected Friday, March 9 - $70.85
Collected to Date - $690.86
School Dates to Remember
March 14 – Lenten Worship 3:30 & 6:30 PM – Grade 4 sings 3:30; Supper 4:30-6
March 16 – End 3rd Quarter
March 19-23 – NO SCHOOL – NO CHILDCARE – SPRING BREAK
March 26-30 – NO LAKE MILLS SCHOOL DISTRICT BUS
March 28 – Lakeside Easter Concert 7:00
March 29 – Maundy Thursday Worship 3:30 & 6:30 PM – Jr. Choir sings 3:30
March 30 – NO SCHOOL – Good Friday Worship 10 am, 1:30 & 6:30 PM
April 2 – NO SCHOOL
April 6 – No Preschool – Daycare is Open
April 20 – K-2 Play 6:00
April 23 – NO LAKESIDE BUS
April 23 – Confirmation Rehearsal 3:15 PM
April 24 – Grade 4 Band Introduction 1:00
April 24 – Confirmation Rehearsal 3:15 PM
April 25 – Math Meet at Lakeside 4 PM
April 25 – Confirmation Examination 6:30 PM
April 27 – Gr. 5&6 to Play at Lakeside 10 AM
April 29 – Confirmation 10:30 AM
Music & Performing Arts
March 14 – Grade 4 sings 3:30
March 25 – Sunday School sings 8 & 10:30
March 29 – Jr. Choir sings 3:30
April 8 – Cherub Choir sings 8:00
April 14 – Fine Arts Fair at Lakeside
April 15 – Fine Arts Fair Concert at Lakeside
April 22 – 3K/4K sings 1:00
NEW THIS WEEK
Class Composites are being sent home today.
Summer School information has been emailed to every family. Read it carefully and follow the directions to sign up for classes. If you would like a paper copy, they are in the kiosk.
Spring Break for School is March 19-23. Both Lakeside & St. Paul share similar dates. God bless your family time together. There will be no daycare during spring break.
Is it necessary to meet with someone from Lakeside following application for a Wisconsin Parental Choice Program (WPCP) voucher?
Occasionally, a parent or guardian drops off what they believe is the correct documentation and leaves Lakeside - only to find out that something is incorrect or missing. Then, they need to return to Lakeside to correct the information or bring something new.
After a WPCP application is made for a new (i.e.: first year) student, a meeting with the parent(s) or guardian(s) is highly recommended. In this meeting, a Lakeside representative will verify that the information for the application is correct.
After an online application is complete, call Lakeside (920-648-2321) to speak with Mrs. Becky Retzlaff (extension 2222) or Principal James Grasby (extension 2204) to arrange a time for a verification meeting. During the phone call, you will be instructed what to bring for the meeting.
As of March 11, 12 noon, there are 59 applications for vouchers to Lakeside. 36 are for Lakeside students currently in the program and 23 are for incoming 9th graders. Lakeside opened 107 seats for next year. 50 of those are reserved for incoming freshmen. There are also a handful of seats available for 10th, 11th, or 12th graders wishing to transfer to Lakeside. The application period closes on April 20.
For further information how the WPCP may assist your family to provide a Christian secondary education at Lakeside for your child, contact Principal Grasby at Lakeside (920-648-2321).
School Calendar 2018-2019 – Please mark these important dates on your calendar for next year. More activity dates will be added in the weeks to come.
August 22 – 1st Day of School K-8
August 27 – 1st Day of School – Preschool
August 31-Sept 3 – Labor Day Weekend
September 28 – No School – Curriculum In-service
October 25-26 – No School – Teachers Conference
November 2 – No School – Parent Teacher Conferences
November 21-23 – No School – Thanksgiving
December 22-January 2 Christmas Vacation
January 3 – School Resumes
February 14-15 – No School – Curriculum Conference
March 18-22 – No School – Spring Break
April 19-22 – Easter Break
May 23 – 8th Grade Graduation
May 24th – ½ Day – Noon Dismissal
Coaches Needed We are looking for 3 assistant track coaches and 1 assistant softball coach. If you can help in this way, contact Mr. Seim. Track meets will be held May 5 & May 12. Softball tournament is May 18.
Student/Parent Handbook Revisions – We are looking to revise areas of the student handbook in the near future. If you would be interested in helping out in these revisions, please contact Mr. Gartner either in person, or by emailing him at firstname.lastname@example.org. If we get enough volunteers, we can break off into several groups to take smaller sections.
Wednesday Evening Meals –We are asking for your help in regards to the Wednesday Lenten suppers. We are asking that the gym area be kept as a dining hall for the evening and not a gymnasium. People are coming back and forth, including the elderly, and we want to keep it as a safe environment for everyone. If students are running around and playing tag, they are not watching for those coming and going. Thank you for your help.
Yearbook Photos: Please, please email any pictures you have for the yearbook to email@example.com . We need sports, music, classroom candids like parties and field trips, Science sensations, Science Fair, Spirit Week, etc.
Summer camps and programs for youth LLHS summer programs for grade school students opened for online registration February 26. 4-day sports camps include basketball, soccer, running, football and volleyball throughout June and July. New this year is a Volleyball Camp for girls grades 1-3!
The Warrior Youth Football Program runs from August to October.
Windmill Softball is again available and runs from May throughout July.
Our 2nd STEM camp will be July 23-26. See all the details and registration links at llhs.org/K8sports Paper copies of registration forms are in the kiosk.
Summer Softball it is time to start preparing for 2018 summer ball. Here is the upcoming schedule for our open gym rotations for girls’ softball. All girl students and friends are invited.
Sundays at St. Paul 1-3p
1-2p - Drills by age group (age as of Dec. 31, 2017)
- March 18 - age 12 and under and 14 and under
- March 25 - age 10 and under and 8 and under
- April 1 – Easter Sunday
- April 8- age 12 and under and 14 and under
- April 15 - age 10 and under and 8 and under
- April 22 - age 12 and under and 14 and under
- April 29 age 10 and under and 8 and under
2-3p - Pitching / Catching (all ages - HS age too)
You are invited to join us for Chapel every Friday at 8:00 AM and then stay for coffee fellowship. Volunteers are needed to brew some coffee, buy or bake breakfast goods, set up before Chapel, and clean up afterwards. Please sign up to help. It’s a wonderful way to get involved in the fellowship of St. Paul School.
March 26 – March 30
Sunday God’s Word in Church
Monday Grilled Chicken sandwich
Tuesday Corn dogs
Thursday Chicken strips
Friday NO SCHOOL
All menus subject to change