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2013/14 Supply List

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Mrs. Prehm’s Half Day 3’s Supply List Mrs. Jones’ Half Day 3’s Supply List

2013/14 Supply List

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Mrs. Prehm’s All Day 3’s Supply List Mrs. Jones’ All Day 3’s Supply List

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“Our daughter violet has been a student at St. Paul for the past two years and during that time we have seen her grow into a little girl that loves God, school learning.  The lessons she has had at St. Paul have been invaluable, and this year we opted to have her in all-day preschool […]

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“Adley made a comment last night that he felt like St. Paul’s prepared him very well for Middle school.  He felt he was better prepared than many of his classmates this year, because of St. Paul.  St. Paul school has a strong curriculum with teachers who have high expectations.”  

April 2013 Newsletter

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  Jesus said, “Let the little children come to me.” Matthew 19:14   March kicked off with our Green Eggs and Ham breakfast for Dr. Seuss day. It was awesome! The eggs were yummy. We also had the school auction on March 9th at Meriwether Golf Course. It was a fun evening, as always. Lots […]

March 2013 Newswletter

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  Jesus said, “Let the little children come to me.” Matthew 19:14   February is a month filled with Valentines and parties. We also celebrated our 100th day of school on Wednesday February 20th. That day was filled with fun activities such as painting a rainbow (100 dots) using a marshmallow, finding and gluing 100 […]

February 2013 Principal’s Newsletter

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  Jesus said, “Let the little children come to me.” Matthew 19:14   We came back from Christmas break refreshed and ready to face a new year. Since we don’t get enough real snow, we had a snow ball fight with wadded up paper. It was fun. The 3, 4, & 5th graders have started […]

Time for Art

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Time in the art studio means time for exploring the wide variety of materials, time for imaginative creations and time just to tinker and experiment.   Students engage in both self-directed projects, such as when they build and create with recyclable materials; and in art instruction, when they learn about different artists, learn to mix colors, […]

December Newsletter

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The school year seems to be going so fast.  We kicked off the month of November with kindergarten through fifth grade going to see the play “Duck for President”.  The children’s theatre does such an amazing job. We had parent teacher conferences on November 8th and 9th. The kindergarten class presented Chapel sharing “God’s Harvest […]