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Michigan District Teacher Conference

Teachers, administrators, and staff from Lutheran schools in the Michigan District and private/Christian schools are invited to join us to hear presenter Kim Marxhausen on Building Resilience for Teachers and their Students – God’s Power at work within us on Wednesday, August 15, 2018 at Concordia University Ann Arbor's North Campus Library.
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Fat Fat Jehosphaphat K-4 Musical

Please join the kindergarten through 4th grade classes as they present Fat Fat Jehosphaphat at 7:00 PM on March 23 in the Crusader Gym. This story by Kathie Hill teaches the power of prayer through the life of King Jehoshaphat.
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Partial power outage - please pick up

Parents due to the road conditions please pick up your child as soon as possible. We have lost partial power at the school. Your child is safe but due to these circumstances we would appreciate all children being picked up as soon as possible. We understand if parents have circumstances that prevent them from doing so.
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After School Activites Cancelled March 1

Basketball practices, basketball games, after school enrichment, and all facility rentals at St. Paul School are cancelled this evening, March 1, thanks to inclement Michigan weather. After school care (i.e., student care services) will still be provided. Please drive carefully!
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Violin Lessons at St. Paul

Violin specialist Zachary Ragent will be teaching lessons this year at St Paul Ann Arbor. Zachary talked to our students last week and played for them. They loved it! In the words of one third grader, "I could just listen to you all day!" Zachary comes to us with high recommendations from the music faculty at the University of Michigan
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