The kindergartners at Grace Lutheran have been busy constructing Abraham Lincoln's log cabin, drawing Frosty the Snowman and singing his famous song, and learning two-letter phonograms.
The kindergartners and the rest of the lower-grade classroom also are practicing the musical version of "The Three Bears," which they will present at the next Friends of Grace Lutheran School (FrOGS) meeting, which will start with a potluck supper at 6 p.m. Feb. 2.
On Sunday, the students will sing two songs in the Malawi language to help the congregation celebrate the 25 years that the Wisconsin Lutheran Synod has been spreading the good news of the Savior in the African countries of Malawi and Zambia.
Congratulations to Ryan Burow, who earned Bible tabs by reciting the 66 books of the Old and New Testament by memory.
The fifth- and sixth-graders finished a reading unit on the Civil War by memorizing the Gettysburg Address. The fourth-graders are learning all about the history of medicine in their reading unit.
In Christlight, the children continue their study of the Old Testament book of Numbers. This week, they learned how God used Balaam to bless the Israelites and to prophesy about the coming Savior.
Grace Lutheran is taking inquiries about the 2004-05 school year. If you are interested in a Christ-centered education at an affordable price, give Mr. Leckwee a call at 283-9551.
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