St. Paul Evangelical School Newsletter

It All Began With God

  “In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth.” Genesis 1:1

Imagine being able to pick up a musical instrument and being able to play it perfectly the first time, or picking up a basketball for the first time and making every shot. Imagine taking a calculus class and never making a mistake while only five-years-old. While all these scenarios would be amazing, they would pale in comparison to what God did. In six 24 hour days he created the heavens and the earth perfectly. The Bible even says that he created man in his own image. At the end of the six days he simply said that it was good – perfect, just the way he wanted it.       

 Isn’t it wonderful that the students here at St. Paul are taught this lesson, and every other part of the Bible as the true, inspired Word of God. They don’t have to worry whether or not what they are being taught is true according to what God says. They also don’t just wake up one morning knowing everything in the Bible, nor will they ever know it all. They slowly build up a foundation of head knowledge and heart knowledge year after year so that as they leave the school after 8th grade they have a solid foundation built on nothing less than God’s Word fully equipped to boldly proclaim God’s Word to those who may not already know it. That is where we are different than most other schools. We can equip both the body and the soul for eternity; others can only equip the body for this life. If you would like more information on how your child can enroll in St. Paul for the upcoming school year, please don’t hesitate to contact the office and we will be more than happy to talk to you about what we have to offer you and your child.

There Still is Room We are in the process of taking applications for both our preschool classrooms and our grades K-8. If you know of anyone interested in enrolling, please have them call the office at 648-2918.

 Spring Break for School is March 18-22. Both Lakeside & St. Paul share similar dates.  God bless your family time together.  There will be no daycare during spring break.

 Lakeside Fine Arts Fair is Saturday, April 6 with a Sunday, April 7 concert.

 Thanks for continuing aluminum can collections. Members may drop off aluminum at the approach to kitchen & garbage corral. ANYTIME DROP-OFF is encouraged! Proceeds used for school.

 Play Night April 12 – Come enjoy an evening of comedy as the students of grades 3-5 put on the Play, “Pirates the Musical” at 6:00 in the gymnasium. You won’t be disappointed!

 Social Media Presentation - Officer Oestreich from the Lake Mills Police Department will be presenting on the dangers of social media and how it can affect your kids. The presentation will be given to the students in grades 5-8, and we encourage any parents that would like to attend from any grade level to join us for this presentation. The presentation will take place on Thursday, March 28 from 1:45-2:45. All are welcome to attend in the sanctuary.