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Interested in Band


How would you like to play the tuba or learn the sweet mellow sound of a flute? Mr. Dan Larson, Lutheran Elementary School band director, will be at St. John’s on April 25th giving an instrument demonstration to all 4th graders and other 5-8 interested students. If you have any questions please call email Mr. Larson: or call Luther High School: (608)783-5435 ex1320 


Welcome Kindergarten Class of 2017-2018

Mrs. Mierau's and Miss Hoffmann's classes joined up for Kindergarten Round Up this past week. The week's theme was Down on the Farm where they read farm themed books, did farm activities and projects, and had yummy farm themed snacks. Both classes had fun working and playing together.
Thanks to everyone who helped make the days successful and fun. 



 Get ready for an evening of laughs and great family entertainment! New rodeo stars like Mrs. Vieth and Miss Hoffmann will be born during the wild and crazy "Dairyland Donkey Basketball Show" at Luther High School on Monday, May 3rd.

 Ticket cost is $7.00 in advance and $10.00 at he door. Proceeds from this year's events are designated for landscaping around Luther's  track facility and the addition of a flag pole.


St. John's Awards Banquet


 St. John’s will hold its annual Awards Banquet in the Activity Center on May 8th at 6:30 p.m.. Students in grades 4-8 will be recognized for their participation in the Science and Fine Arts Fair, Junior Choir, school play, band, softball, basketball, volleyball, and track.  We hope to see everyone of the 8th. Please look for more information in the next few weeks.


National Geography Bee- update

Josiah competed in the Minnesota State Geography Bee at Minnesota State University Mankato on Friday, March 31, 2017.  The 100 students competing in the State Bee had won their school geography bee and had a top score on an online test. 

In the preliminary round, students had to answer geography related questions about states, countries, bodies of water, “weird but true”, current events, etc.  The top 10 finalists then had to answer geography related questions about Native American Cultures, marine protected areas, etc.  The student who won the State Bee last year also won this year. 
Josiah did not move on from the preliminary round but he did enjoy the experience of competing.  

This Week at St. John's 

April 17 St. John's  NO SCHOOL, LAHS in session
April 23 Examination 10:30 a.m.
April 24 School Board 6:30 p.m.
April 25 4th grade band presentation 
April 30 Confirmation 10:30 a.m.

All school events can be found on the school calendar page. Please check the calendar for the entire classroom singing schedule through March. The Activity sites will have the complete play and sports schedule. Thank you