Where Did the Time Go?
May 6, 2015
St. John 8th graders are soon to become St. John Alumni. In what has become a tradition, this morning as part of Chapel the whole school was able to lay hands on and pray both for and with these soon-to-be graduates. These are sacred moments in which we continue to rejoice!
Planes, Trains and Automobiles
May 4, 2015
The Kindergarten classes visited to Museum of Transportation to wrap up their unit on Transportation. The students took a tour of the trains, learned about steam engines, and even got to build their own train to take home
Upon A Dream
May 1, 2015
Once Upon a Dream, a rendition of the classic Cinderella story, was performed by the drama elective students in the St. John Middle School. The musical performance’s message mirrored the lesson from scripture found in Matthew 23: 11-12. “The greatest among you shall be your servant. Whoever exalts himself will be humbled, and whoever humbles himself will be exalted.”
Circle Of Concern
May 1, 2015
First grade visited the Circle of Concern to drop off their donations of food from their Schnucks field trip. They learned about the different ways that Circle serves people in our community.
April 30, 2015
Dedication and hard-work in training led to excellent results for the Girls On The Run (GOTR) club's practice 5K the other day. Plus, we got a shout out in the St. Louis area's GOTR blog: http://girlsontherunstlouis.org/…/whats-curriculum-practice…
April 25, 2015
Fifth grade boys dominated in the 100M finals at Lutheran South this weekend.
1st Place: Josh Syfert, 2nd Place: Evan Schiek, 3rd Place: Jack Bartig
Detectives in Training
Thursday, April 23, 2015
The CSI took a Forensic class at the science center. We looked at hair fibers, footprints, fingerprints, ink chromatography, fabric burn test, and DNA extraction. Our detectives were successful in solving the crime we were given.
A Chapel Favorite and A Day Without Shoes
Wednesday, April 20, 2015
Christian rapper, Mynista, returned to St. John School today to share his music ministry during our whole-school Chapel. High energy and a love for the Lord are gifts he spreads so generously. Associate Principal for the morning, Libby Wessels, opened our time of worship with prayer, introduced Mynista and helped make announcements. She did a great job!