by Deanne Boyce on January 13, 2019
Look What We Are Learning!
- In Religion we will be discovering that Jesus came to
take our place. We will be reading The Baptism of
Jesus and Jesus is
Tempted from Matthew 3-4, Luke 3-4, and
- In Math we will be tallying, counting by 5's, using a ruler to
draw a line segment, sorting common objects, and adding two-digit
numbers without regrouping using dimes and
- In Science we will be discovering the ocean (Unit
5 lesson 1). If your child would like
to watch the videos for each unit, please follow this
District: Private School; School: St.
Paul Lutheran, Grafton 53024; Username: first initial last name;
Password: spl2026. Think Central Science; my Library; Science
Fusion Student Access (digital lesson) OR Electronic Student
Edition (book) (please note that this may not work on a cell
phone or tablet).
- In Social Studies we will be learning about our
government, starting with A Call for Freedom (Unit 5, Lesson
1). We will
be having a test on Unit 2 Lesson 5 on
- Reading Road Race Rally
update: Minnesota. Please
keep your child's "glove compartment" in a safe and convenient
place at home to keep all of the souvenirs during the
year. (Some of the souvenirs may be used to decorate
the glove compartments too). Active involvement at
home will be key in making this program a huge success for
your child! PLEASE encourage your child to meet his/her
weekly goal of reading 2 books on RAZ Kids and passing the quizzes.
- The Please Remember sidebar has information from our
handbook and other helpful general information for first grade
should you need it.
- 3 - Classes Resume
- 8 - MAP Testing
- 10 - MAP Testing
- 23 - Chapel - 1st Grade (Boyce)
- 31 - Four eighth graders, who have been selected to participate
in the L.E.A.D. organization, have created a service project. Our
service project focuses on delicious ice-cream sundaes which
supports the Ozaukee County K9 Unit. To participate in this event,
purchase a ticket for a minimum donation of $1.00 before school on
January 25, 28, and 29 by the trophy case in the
South Wing. Once you have purchased a ticket, bring it to lunch on
January 31 to receive your ice cream sundae! All
donations directly support the Ozaukee County K9 Unit. (You can
find more information about this organization on this link).
http://www.co.ozaukee. wi.us/1921/K-9-Unit Thank you for your support! From,
Grace Viesselmann, Mya Hartjes, Gracie McNabb, Elisabeth
- 31-Feb1 - K-8 Parent/Teacher Conferences
- Save the
The 9th Annual St. Paul Trivia Night is Saturday, February 16.
Start gathering your teams of up to (8) people. Registration forms
will be available in January.
News to Know!
- Pizza-Hut's Book-It! reading incentive
program has begun and will continue through March. You may print
reading logs from the link on this website. Your child's goal is to
read 20 minutes 5 days/week totalling 460 minutes (or
Good to Know!
- Thank you to Jaime Jacobson who has graciously volunteered to
be our room parent. Please watch SignUp.com and emails for ways you
can assist her throughout the year.
- A good rule of thumb is to keep all of your child's
school work for the entire trimester. Sometimes, a paper gets
home before it gets handed in to me, or occasionally I might
accidentally hand an assignment back that didn't get into the
gradebook. After grades come out on trimester report cards
feel free to recycle them!
- Please make sure to send a healthy snack and water
bottle (either with a sports cap or thermos type,
etc.) to school with your child.
- Special Lunches with Kids: At times during the
school year, parents may wish to have a "special lunch" with
their children. Most notably, this occurs on
birthdays. Parents are welcome to excuse their
children from school and go off campus for lunch. If parents prefer
to have lunch here on campus during lunch periods,
it is policy that traditional bag lunches are used
or hot lunch is ordered. Hot lunch can be ordered
for parents as well. Please do not bring food from local
fast food restaurants or other eating establishments on
campus during lunch periods.
- A good rule of thumb is to keep all of your child's school work
for the entire trimester. Sometimes, a paper gets home before
it gets handed in to me, or occasionally I might accidentally hand
an assignment back that didn't get into the gradebook. After
grades come out on trimester report cards feel free to recycle
- Please remember to pack a healthy snack for your child
each day. Our little tummies get very hungry by 10:00 and a
healthy snack is a great way to rev up our energy up to lunch
time. Snack this year is an individual snack. You
only need to send snack for your child. Please make sure the
snack you send with your child is a healthy
snack. Birthday snacks, Student-of-the-Week snacks, or
other special snacks for the whole class are always welcome and do
not necessarily have to stay within the healthy snack
- Try St. Paul's online calendar to see all church & school
activities! Not sure when a meeting or practice time is? You
can access it from our website and even subscribe to it through
your smartphone. Directions to St. Paul's online
calendar: On both church and school homepages,
click on the calendar button below the picture on the right.You may
also go directly to calendar.splgrafton.org to
see the calendar. To see fewer events, use the
drop down menu for just church or school activities or get even
more specific groups like music ministry or athletics. You can also
search a keyword using the box at center top.
Clicking on an event may give more
details about time and location. From here you can also share it
with others via email, Facebook, or Twitter.
- Panther Parents has compiled a list of St. Paul school
and church members who have shown an interest in babysitting.
This list can be picked up in the school office by parents during
- Students will bring home 1-2 new books in
their book bag each week. In addition, their book bag
will contain their sight word booklets. Please
have your child read and reread these books several times
throughout the week to increase fluency and skills along as a great
way to achieve their daily 20
minutes! Please make sure your
child returns their book bag to school each day.
- A Spanish message from Mrs. Werner:
Students will be given a grade each week for
participation/behavior. In addition, they may also have an
assignment. I would like to have the assignments due the
following day to make it easier for them to remember. Their name
plate will always be kept in their
- Please make sure you have updated your Bloomz app. Some
parents have realized that they were not getting updates as their
app didn't update. Thanks
Happy Birthday and God's
January 10 -
January 27 -
Student of the Week for the
1/14 - Collin