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Grace Weekly March 15-19, 2021

Upcoming Events

School Cleaners March 19 – K. Baker March 26 – Doucette Next Week’s Daily Cleaners: Monday – Rinne Tuesday – Ude Wednesday – Vandeveer Thursday – Wales Friday – A. Baker .Sunday, March 21 Bible Class/Sunday School 9:00 a.m. Church 10:00 a.m. Tuesday, March 23 Grades 1-8: Poster due

Memory Work

Hymn: Due Mon., Mar. 22 TLH #175: When I Survey the Wondrous Cross Gr. K-1: v. 1 Gr. 2: v. 1-2 Gr. 3-8: all Bible Passages: Due Wed., Mar. 24 Gr. K: Ps. 91:11 Gr. 1: Luke 2:11; John 1:29 Gr. 2: Ps. 106:1; Rom. 5:12 Gr. 3: 2 Cor. 9:7; John 8:44 Gr. 4: Ps. 31:15; Rom. 12:20 Gr. 5: John 10:27-28; Eph. 1:7 Catechism: Due Fri., Mar. 26 3rd Article, part 2

Friday Fun

Who can shave twenty-five times a day and still have a beard?

Friday Notes

  • If you have your children help clean on the weekend, it might not be a bad idea to check their work when they are done. They are all still learning and once in a while, they miss or forget something. Thanks!
  • As things seem to be opening up a little bit more in the covid age, we still have all of our school guidelines in place. This means that everyone should still be wearing masks/face shields, staying out of other people’s personal space, and please, when you drop your children off in the morning, wait until they have shown you the green sign before you drive away. We will let you know if and when these guidelines change.
  • Student Fair posters are due on Tuesday. Please refer to the student fair folder for the rubric. We will be able to have guests for the evening of the fair. We will be doing the presentations in the church so that we can spread out.
  • Some upcoming dates to get on your calendars:
  • o Friday, April 2 – No School (Good Friday)
  • o Monday, April 5 – No School (Easter Monday)
  • o Friday, April 16 – Student Fair, 7:00 p.m.
  • o April 26-29 – Iowa Basics tests
  • o Friday, April 30 – Immanuel Visitors’ Day for grades 7-8 (More information will be coming about this)

Last Week’s Friday Fun

What would you call a small wound? Answer: a short cut