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St. Paul’s will mark Lutheran School Week

Kristi Fischer (L), Evie Mann recognized for ten years of teaching at St. Paul’s. Kristi Fischer (L), Evie Mann recognized for ten years of teaching at St. Paul’s. March 7-12 is National Lutheran Schools Week and St. Paul Lutheran School will join in this nationwide celebration with special activities, Principal Cindy Melcher announced.

Each class will participate in a special servant event during the week.

On Wednesday, the school will host an Open House from 8:30 to 12-noon. The day will open with a special chapel service that will include the St. Paul Band. Seventh and eighth-grade students will host a Living Museum beginning at 10 in the school gym, portraying famous people from America’s culture, including George Washington, Harry Houdini, Johnny Cash and Jackie Kennedy Onassis, to mention a few.

On Thursday, several parents will create a Career Fair for the students and share their special occupations.

Last Sunday, the entire student body participated in the church service through recitation, readings and song. The congregation also recognized the 10-year teaching anniversary for Kristi Fischer and Evie Mann.

St. Paul Lutheran School is celebrating 120 years of providing Christian education to the families of Thorndale and surrounding communities.

The school currently educates 105 students in grades PK3 thru 8. For more information, call us at 898-2711. Registration for the fall semester will open on March 22.


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