St. John's Lutheran School
"It's Cool in the Furnace" was "stupendous!" The music was great and the acting by Little Blessings preschoolers and elementary students was the best ever.
School closing service
K-8 students sing for school closing June 3 during the 10 a.m. worship service. Report cards may be picked up in classrooms after the service.
On May 30 there were 77 students who rode their bikes or walked to school. Winners were Megan Kuehni and Tyler Robatcek, from Mrs. Dressen's kindergarten, and Gabby Mueller, from Ms. Pearson's first-grade.
All school picnic
On Tuesday June 5, staff and students will celebrate the end of the school year with an all-school picnic. Families are invited to join their student for lunch (at the student's regularly scheduled time; family members need to bring their own lunch.) The picnic will be outside on the Maple Street playground area. Please wait outside to meet your student's class.
Nicole Cashman's first-grade class will present "Rumplestilskin Returns" at 1 p.m. Tuesday. Longtime paraprofessional Jamie Voigt wrote and directs the play. Every child has a part.
Carol Schwartau's class is learning about famous Americans. They are reading about Sandra Day O'Connor, Amelia Earhart, Helen Keller, Davy Crockett, Booker T. Washington and others.
Fifteen students from Neil Lahammer's class earned the title of Dumbledore Hogwarts Yoda Jedi Multiplication Master by mastering all of their multiplications facts. Earning this rank were Ella Bettich, Abby Boxrud, Sam DeLain, Dusty Eichhorn, Nathan Farrar, Emma Hamilton, Alainn Hanson, Ciara Johnston, Evan Petersmeyer, Owen Schauss, Georgie Smith, Kia Fiddler, Will Wooden, Hayden Wyatt and Hayden Zylka. Pictures of all multiplication masters can be viewed on their classroom webpage.
Deb Brodie's third-grade class cleaned and mulched the butterfly garden, named Tayden's Garden after a third-grade student. The Stella D'Oro daylilies are in full bloom.
Classes have been playing Orff instruments. These are various sizes of xylophones that teach hand-eye coordination and help children practice playing in an ensemble.
School staff wants to thank the volunteers that helped with field day. The day couldn't have happened without you.