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Grace Weekly January 16-20, 2017

Upcoming Events Memory Work
Hymn: TLH #37 (Due Mon., Jan. 23)
School Cleaners Gr. 1-2: v. 1
January 21 – Oman Gr. 4-8: v. 1-2
January 28 – Oman
Bible Passages: (Due Wed., Jan. 25)
Sunday, January 22 Gr. Luke 2:11
Sunday School/Bible Class 9:00 a.m. Gr. 2: Ps. 51:5; Matt. 22:37
Church 10:00 a.m. Gr. 4: Heb. 13:8; John 1:3
Sing in church Gr. 5: John 16:23; Matt. 7:7
(Jesus! And Shall it Ever Be)
Catechism: (Due Fri., Jan. 27)
January 23, 25, 26 The Conclusion to the Commandments
Kindergarten days
(Jan. 25 – pajama party)
Tuesday, January 31
Student Fair topic due ___________________________________
Kindergarten –
February 14 Hymn: TLH #346: Jesus! And Shall it
Valentine’s Day Party Ever Be (Due Mon., Jan. 23)
(kindergarten day)
Friday, February 17 Bible Passages: (Due Thurs., Jan. 26)
Book orders due Matt. 18:11
Monday, February 20 Catechism: (Due Thurs., Jan. 26)
President’s Day The Conclusion to the Commandments


Friday Fun

I’m the start of nothing and the end of sun and I’m also in the number one
What am I?


Friday Notes

    Answer to last week’s Friday Fun: I’m sometimes white, but most often I’m black; I take you there, but never bring you back. What am I? Answer: a hearse

  • The children are singing Jesus! And Shall it Ever Be this Sunday. If they are not here for Sunday School at 9:00, please make sure that they are here by 9:45 so that we can practice.
  • Kindergarten is having its pajama party this upcoming Wednesday. They will be hosting a hot lunch for the entire school.
  • Book orders were sent home this week. If you are planning on ordering, orders should be turned in by February 17.
  • The parents signed up to do the Valentine’s Day party are looking for more help. If you are able to help, please contact Mrs. Hein, Laura Wales, or Heidi Nelson.
  • The students typically exchange Valentine cards at the Valentine’s Day party. In preparation for this, they are invited to make a Valentine’s box. These may be brought to school on Monday, February 13. It’s always fun to see how they put their imaginations to work.