Be Bold, Be Strong
Mission Offerings – Operation Go
Collected Friday, April 13 - $119.61
Collected to Date - $215.52
School Dates to Remember
April 20 – K-2 Play 6:00 (Doors open at 5:45)
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
April 22 –4K sings 8:00; 3K sings 10:30
NEW THIS WEEK
Mr. Dais Call
This past Sunday, Mr. Dais received a divine call to Faith Lutheran School in Tacoma Washington. The call is to teach 5-6th grade along with the extra duties of athletic director and technology. Please keep Mr. and Mrs. Dais in your prayers as he contemplates where he should best use his talents.
Once a student receives a Wisconsin Parental Choice Program (WPCP) voucher, the voucher is renewable for three additional years. Renewal is relatively easy.
The parent/guardian logs back into the same site that (s)he did the first time and answers the required questions. There is no need to prove financial eligibility for renewal. The state assumes the family’s financial eligibility based on the initial application.
Most WPCP applicants report that reapplication takes far less time than first-time application - just a few minutes. Once reapplication is complete, most applicants send a proof-of-residency document to Lakeside with the student for verification. No meeting is necessary. Lakeside sends an email to the parent/guardian once verification is complete.
Like first-time applicants, the parent/guardian of students in their second, third, or fourth year will receive notification in June from the state Department of Public Instruction that the voucher is renewed. The parent/guardian should follow the directions in an email that Lakeside sends to its WPCP families in May.
This is the final week for application and reapplication to the WPCP for 2018-2019. Applications must be completed by this Friday, April 20, and all necessary documents must be at Lakeside the same day.
For further information how the WPCP may serve your family, contact Principal Grasby at Lakeside (920-648-2321).
Yearbook Committee: We will have a work day tomorrow, Wednesday 4/18.
The annual Lakeside Math Competition for 5th-8th graders will be held on Wednesday, April 25, 2018. The competition begins at 4:00 and usually wraps up around 5:30. All students are encouraged to consider participating using their God-given talents and abilities. Please remember that this is examination night for the eighth grade students being confirmed at St. Paul. Students compete both as individuals and as part of a six person team. We are planning on fielding several teams at both the 5-6 grade and 7-8 grade levels.
We will also hold two optional practices: one on April 11 and the other on April 18. They will go from 3:15 to 4:30. if you have any questions please contact Mrs. Enger or Mrs. Struck.
Warrior Forensics “Fam & Friends” Night | Wednesday, April 18 | 6–8p
Interested in hearing some excellent public speaking? Our championship Warrior Forensics team is hosting an F&F night on campus, as our team prepares for its state meet that weekend. Hear several stories, speeches, comedic and dramatic sketches, poetry, radio speaking and more! It’s a fab free night of fun.
LLHS Drama presents The Nifty Fifties, a Musical Comedy
It was the fifties. Captain Midnight decoder rings and hula hoops. Teenage girls dressed in poodle skirts with bobby socks and saddle shoes. Teenage boys imitating Marlon Brando’s black boots and black motorcycle jacket or James Dean’s blue jeans and a white t-shirt. Elvis on the Ed Sullivan show. American Bandstand. And, of course, there was a place in every town where kids would gather to have a coke and some fries after school, while listening to the jukebox.
Our story begins in a place just like that. Your LLHS is staging a vintage 50s musical that will have you cheering! Advance tickets available online (start at llhs.org/drama) or by calling 800-838-3006. Call or e-mail the LLHS office with questions 920-648-2321 • firstname.lastname@example.org
Friday & Saturday, April 27 & 28, 2018 • 7 pm nightly • $8.00 (reserved floor seating) • $5.00 (walk-up non-reserved bleacher seating)!
Jump Rope For Heart information has been sent home. Your child is under no obligation to participate in the raising of funds, but later in the spring everyone in grades K-8 will participate in the rope jumping event. Those that receive key ring prizes, may receive those from Mr. Gartner.
8th GR. CONFIRMATION …..reminders include:
= Rehearsal Mon &Tues Apr 23-24 at 3:15 PM
= Examination Service Wednesday, April 25 6:30 PM
= Confirmation is Sunday April 29 at 10:30 AM.
4th grade will team-up with White House of Music’s Karen Brunk to explore opportunities to learn a musical instrument & join a school band program on Tuesday, April 24 from 1-2pm.
Final School Tuition & Band payments are due soon. Parents, contact secretary Mrs. Happel with questions about amounts owed and to make final payments . To make a payment online go to www.stpaullakemills.org, then connect, then give. If unusual circumstances exist, call School Bd. President Dennis Gulczynski at 920-648-8976.
Empty Toner cartridges are no longer being accepted. Please do not bring your empty toner cartridges to school or church.
4th Quarter Mission Offering
The 4th quarter mission offering will be designated towards Operation Go. Operation Go consists of Lakeside students going out to various parts of North America from as far south as the Caribbean, as far north as Alaska, out east to New York, and as west as Idaho. Each designated group will have its own mission focus. A number of our past St. Paul students will be involved in these mission outreach ventures. Let’s remember these teenagers in our prayers and our offerings.
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
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 email@example.com. If we get enough volunteers, we can break off into several groups to take smaller sections.
Yearbook Photos: Please, please email any pictures you have for the yearbook to firstname.lastname@example.org . We need sports, music, classroom candids like parties and field trips, Science sensations, Science Fair, Spirit Week, etc.
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)
April 22 - age 12 and under and 14 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.
April 23 – April 27
Sunday God’s Word in Church
Monday Beef Burritos
Tuesday Spaghetti & meatballs
Wednesday Tomato soup/ham & cheese sandwich
Friday Chicken nuggets
All menus subject to change