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National Geography Bee

St. John’s 5th-8th grade students who got the highest scores on a preliminary test, will participate in the National Geography Bee tomorrow at 1:15 in the gymnasium!  These students are competing for our school champion and an opportunity to represent St. John’s at the state level. 

Our 2020 participants are:

Grade 5 – Illes Cox, Kinston Knueppel, Sammy Moll, Abby Vitangcol

Grade 6 – Jeremiah Alejandro, Finley Buege, AJ Duncan, Kager Knueppel, Annalise Kuehn, Talia Meister, Hannah Strong, Sydnee Sweet

Grade 7 – Brody Ban, Nate Close, Megan Dvorachek, Amos Ebeling, Max Glaeske, Ben Langebartels, Ryan Leyrer, Collin Neumann, Cavanaugh Sipe, Henry Szymanski, Camden Theesfeld, Sydney Vitangcol, Zavier Zens

Grade 8 – Nathaniel Crowder, Cael Eide, Kon Knueppel, Eva Kuehn, Sarah Laufer, Emma Lindert, Aubrey Mortl, Keegan Pagel, Logan Rindfleisch



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Regional Qualifier Spelling Bee

Join us on Monday, January 27 as 20 St. John’s finalists, in grades 6th-8th, participate in a school spelling bee at 1:15pm in our school gymnasium.  Congratulations to the following students for making it to this next round:

6th Grade - Annalise Kuehn, Eva Kriese, Joel Goede, Kager Knueppel, Talia Meister, Karsten Kammholz

7th Grade - Henry Szymanski, Collin Neumann, Ben Langebartels, Nate Close, Brady Zimmer, Ryan Leyrer

8th Grade - Tom Xu, Nathaniel Crowder, Sam Goede, Logan Rindfleisch, Cael Eide, Kon Knueppel, Sarah Laufer, Krista Meingast



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Forensics Volunteers

Week of February 3
The forensic season for the 5th & 6th graders is around the corner!  The students are being introduced to forensics in class with Mrs. Rindfleisch.  Since this is their first or second experience with forensics, it is important for them to have coaching and practice.  Therefore, I’m looking for 7 enthusiastic volunteers who like to hang out with 5th & 6th graders.  You need to be willing to help the students practice by listening to their selections and offering feedback. This would take place during the school day for 4 or 5 weeks starting the week of February 3 thru March 9. Can you offer 30 minutes, 45 minutes, 1 hour or more of your time per week to help the students? You can pick the time of day that works for you after 9am.  I need 7 awesome volunteers! Please contact Mrs. Petersen (megan.leverence@sjtosa.org)  if you are able to help support our students in this way.  Thanks!



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Serving Together 1st Semester Mission Projects

Our first semester mission projects were supporting the WISCO mission trip to Antigua and the Christmas Store at St. Marcus.  

Throughout the semester, we collected school supplies that were sent to St. John’s Lutheran School in Antigua.  These items were greatly appreciated by the children who often come to school without the basic school supplies.  Our offerings given in church totaled just over $1,500 and it helped defray the cost of shipping.

Our Christmas collection for the St. Marcus Christmas Store included about $500 and many items for the store.  The children who were able to select an item for their loved ones were very thankful for the generosity of the families at St. John’s. 

May God continue to bless our mission efforts.



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Discovery Day

Excitement is brewing as CES plans St. John’s 2020 Discovery Day.  Mark your calendars for Friday, March 13th and watch for more information, as many parent volunteers are needed for this all-day event.



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WLC Volleyball Summer Camp

The Warriors continue to gain momentum and respect in our region after having gone 9-3 in conference in 2019, earning the highest conference tournament seed since 2011, garnering three all-conference honorees including two first-teamers, and ranking in the top 25 nationally for blocks/set and total blocks. We are excited for what the future holds as we relentlessly pursue our goals and work hard on and off the court. And YOU can be part of this training and gym environment this summer, too!

We're inviting you and those you know to Train like Warriors and be part of the excitement! 

Information about our camp dates, details and registration are available by clicking here.



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Camp Bird for Lutherans

Camp Bird for Lutherans - Registration is now open!

Camp Bird for Lutherans has been so blessed in the past few years to have a full camp! That's over 450 WELS youth who are able to hear God's Word and be in fellowship in His beautiful creation. Registration is now open for summer 2020!

Registrations are now being accepted for Camp Bird. Camp Bird for Lutherans is a youth camp for children currently in grades 5-8. It is located near Crivitz in Marinette County on Sand Lake. The price for each child is $175 per week. Swimming, canoeing, boating, hiking, challenge course, kickball, volleyball, archery, arts & crafts, campfires, Bible study, games, camp songs and many other activities are waiting for you this year! Three weeks are available in July: 

*Sunday July 5 – Friday, July 10

*Sunday July 12 – Friday, July 17   

*Sunday July 19 – Friday, July 24

For more information or to download the registration form (2020 registration form.), please visit www.campbird.org.



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Daddy Daughter Dance

Friday, February 7

Dads of K3 – 8th grade girls, put on your dancing shoes and enjoy a night of fellowship and dancing with your gal in the school gymnasium from 6:30 – 8:30 pm. The cost is $5 per family, and invitations with registration information should be returned to your child’s teacher or to the school office.



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WLHS 2nd Quarter Honor Roll

Congratulations to the 30 St. John's grad students who made the 2nd Quarter Honor Roll at Wisconsin Lutheran High School.



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School Closing Information

School Closings for weather is different this year.  We will not always close when MPS or WISCO close.  When cold weather causes the closings, we may choose to stay open.  We have no students standing in the cold waiting for buses, so we have changed our past practice.  We will send emails, announce on TV, and now also we will text school closings.



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