Week of Oct 8th 
Class: Catechism 3rd Commandment

Assignment:
Workbook Worksheet #6, Due October 15th
Memory Work   Due October 12th
Third Commandment
Hebrews 10:25
Matthew 11:28-29

Week of October 1st, 2018
Class: Catechism page 45-55

Assignments:
Workbook, Worksheet #4, pages 11-14   due Oct 4th, 2018
Workbook, Worksheet #5, pages 15-18,  due Oct 8th, 2018
Memory Work: due Oct 5th, 2018
The Second Commandment
John 1:18 18 
Matthew 5:37


Week of September 17th
Class: Catechism page 36 – 44

Assignments:
Sydow Workbook, Worksheet #3, pages 7-9   –    Due Oct 2, 2018
Memory Work:
The First Commandment   –   Due Sep 21, 2018
John 5:23   –    Due Sep 21, 20181
John 2:15  –    Due Sep 21, 2018


Week of September 10th 
Class: The Bible, catechism pages 28 – 35

Assignments
Sydow Catechism Workbook, Work Sheet #2, pages 3-6
Memory Work: 
 2 Timothy 3:15
John 1:17
John 17:3

 

October 27, 2017

Dear Parents,

 

Hot Lunch:     Abby Quade will be cooking hot lunch next week, November 3rd.

 

Subway: We will be having Subway lunch on Wednesday, November 1st. Please return your order form by Tuesday, October 31st.

 

Reformation Worship: We have a special opportunity to celebrate the 500th Anniversary of the Reformation this year. Faith will be hosting the area Reformation Service this Sunday, October 29th at 3:30 PM. We are asking that all students be at the church at 3:00 PM to rehearse their song and that the Adult Choir will rehearse at 3:10 PM.

 

Thank You: to the Party Committee for providing an enjoyable meal and afternoon of fun at the Horicon Marsh and Tom Dooley Orchard.

 

End of 1st Quarter: The end of the 1st quarter will be on Friday, November 3rd. Parent Teacher Conferences will be held on Wednesday, November 8th. Please indicate a time for your conference on the attached slip and return it to Mr. Hay.

 

Student Singing: The next time Faith students sing for church will be on Thanksgiving Day, November 23rd. Please mark this on your calendars.

 

Parent Drive Day: Our next Parent Drive Day will be Friday, November 10th.

 

Coming Up

 

November 3rd – End of First Quarter

November 8th – Parent/Teacher Conferences

November 10th – Parent Drive Day

November 23-24 – Thanksgiving Break

 

God’s blessings,

Faith Lutheran School Faculty

 

Ann Sprengeler (Grades K-2) 920-398-2048 email: annsprengeler@gmail.com

Barry Hay (Principal, Grades 6-8) 920-858-0453 email: barry@markesanlutheran.com

Marie Muehlenhaupt (Grades 3-5) 920-398-2563

Lisa Reyes (Preschool) 920-229-9322

Pastor Ude

 

October 27, 2017

Dear Parents,

 

Hot Lunch:     Abby Quade will be cooking hot lunch next week, November 3rd.

 

Subway: We will be having Subway lunch on Wednesday, November 1st. Please return your order form by Tuesday, October 31st.

 

Reformation Worship: We have a special opportunity to celebrate the 500th Anniversary of the Reformation this year. Faith will be hosting the area Reformation Service this Sunday, October 29th at 3:30 PM. We are asking that all students be at the church at 3:00 PM to rehearse their song and that the Adult Choir will rehearse at 3:10 PM.

 

Thank You: to the Party Committee for providing an enjoyable meal and afternoon of fun at the Horicon Marsh and Tom Dooley Orchard.

 

End of 1st Quarter: The end of the 1st quarter will be on Friday, November 3rd. Parent Teacher Conferences will be held on Wednesday, November 8th. Please indicate a time for your conference on the attached slip and return it to Mr. Hay.

 

Student Singing: The next time Faith students sing for church will be on Thanksgiving Day, November 23rd. Please mark this on your calendars.

 

Parent Drive Day: Our next Parent Drive Day will be Friday, November 10th.

 

Coming Up

 

November 3rd – End of First Quarter

November 8th – Parent/Teacher Conferences

November 10th – Parent Drive Day

November 23-24 – Thanksgiving Break

 

God’s blessings,

Faith Lutheran School Faculty

 

Ann Sprengeler (Grades K-2) 920-398-2048 email: annsprengeler@gmail.com

Barry Hay (Principal, Grades 6-8) 920-858-0453 email: barry@markesanlutheran.com

Marie Muehlenhaupt (Grades 3-5) 920-398-2563

Lisa Reyes (Preschool) 920-229-9322

Pastor Ude

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October 13, 2017

Dear Parents,

 

Hot Lunch:     Thank you to 8th graders for providing Hot Lunch today. Next week’s hot lunch will be provided by the Party Committee.

 

Reformation Worship: We have a special opportunity to celebrate the 500th Anniversary of the Reformation this year. Our congregation will be hosting the area Reformation Service on October 29th at 3 PM. Please mark your calendars for this special service as Faith School kids will be participating with a Reformation Anthem.

 

No School October 18th -20th: The faculty will be attending CLC Teachers’ Conference in Mankato, MN during this time. Faith will not have school these days.

 

Fall Party: The Fall Party will be held on Friday, October 27th. We will be taking a bus to the Horicon Marsh and then spending some time at Tom Dooley Apple Orchard.

 

End of 1st Quarter: The end of the 1st quarter will be on Friday, November 3rd. Parent Teacher Conferences will be held on Wednesday, November 8th.

 

Parent Drive Day: Our next Parent Drive Day will be Friday, November 10th.

 

Coming Up

 

October 18th-20th – Teachers’ Conference (No School)

October 27th – Fall Party

November 3rd – End of First Quarter

November 8th – Parent/Teacher Conferences

November 10th – Parent Drive Day

 

 

 

God’s blessings,

Faith Lutheran School Faculty

 

Ann Sprengeler (Grades K-2) 920-398-2048 email: annsprengeler@gmail.com

Barry Hay (Principal, Grades 6-8) 920-858-0453 email: barry@markesanlutheran.com

Marie Muehlenhaupt (Grades 3-5) 920-398-2563

Lisa Reyes (Preschool) 920-229-9322

Pastor Ud

 

 

 

 

 

September 29, 2017

Dear Parents,

 

Hot Lunch:     Thank you to Ida Herrera for providing Hot Lunch today. Jana Richter will be preparing Hot Lunch next Friday, October 6th. We currently have two openings in the Hot Lunch schedule for those parents who have not had a chance to sign up. The following Friday’s are still open. Please contact Mr. Hay. if you are able to provide hot lunch.

        April 13th    April 27th

 

Student Pictures: Retakes were completed today. You can view the pictures by going to www.kellc.net/photos . The password for Faith is: faith17. To order pictures please email Carla at: ckern@datalogpp.com . Please include the following in your email: image number, Child’s name as you want it to appear on the school composite, size of photo and quantity you desire. Carla will email you thru paypal. You do not need a paypal account to purchase photos. You can send a check made to Kern’s Electronics, LLC if you choose not to use paypal. Checks should be sent to:     Kern’s Electronics, LLC

            114 S Main St. #196

            Fond du Lac, WI 54935

        

Subway Wednesdays:     We will be ordering from Subway next week (Wednesday, 10/11). If you are available to pick up the lunches and deliver them to the school on this Wednesday, please contact Mr. Hay.

 

Singing in Church:
We will be singing “Facing a Task Unfinished” for the Mission Festival Service this Sunday at 9 AM. We are looking forward to seeing everyone there.

 

Parent Drive Days: Reminder that our first Parent Drive Day will be Monday, October 9th.

 

Reformation Worship: We have a special opportunity to celebrate the 500th Anniversary of the Reformation this year. Our congregation will be hosting the area Reformation Service on October 29th at 3 PM. Please mark your calendars for this special service as Faith School kids will be participating with a Reformation Anthem.

 

Fall Party: The Fall Party will be held on Friday, October 27th. The committee will be meeting briefly after church this Sunday. The committee for this party is: Connie Bobek, Jessica Heider, Dawn Hart, Martha Schmidt, and Kaitlyn Frederick. Connie Bobek is the leader for the committee.

 

No School October 18th -20th: The faculty will be attending CLC Teachers’ Conference in Mankato, MN during this time. Faith will not have school these days.

 

 

 

Coming Up

 

Sunday, October 1st – Mission Festival (students sing in church)

Monday, October 9th – Parent Drive Day

October 18th-20th – Teachers’ Conference (No School)

October 27th – Fall Party

November 3rd – End of First Quarter

November 8th – Parent/Teacher Conferences

November 10th – Parent Drive Day

 

 

 

God’s blessings,

Faith Lutheran School Faculty

 

Ann Sprengeler (Grades K-2) 920-398-2048 email: annsprengeler@gmail.com

Barry Hay (Principal, Grades 6-8) 920-858-0453 email: barry@markesanlutheran.com

Marie Muehlenhaupt (Grades 3-5) 920-398-2563

Lisa Reyes (Preschool) 920-229-9322

Pastor Ude

7th and 8th Graders

 

Address

“Our Father who art in heaven.”

What  does this mean?

With these  words  God  tenderly encourages us to believe that  He is our true  Father  and  we are His true  children, so that  we may ask Him boldly  and  with complete confidence as dear  children  ask their dear  father.

 

1st Petition

“Hallowed be Thy name.”

What does this mean?

God’s name is certainly holy all by itself, but we pray in this petition that  we also keep  it holy.

How is God’s name kept holy?

God’s name is kept holy when the Word of God is taught in its truth and purity, and we as children of God also live a holy life according to it. Help us do this, dear heavenly Father.

But whoever teaches and lives contrary to the Word of God dishonors God’s name among us. Keep us from doing this, heavenly Father.

 

ESV Galatians 3:26 for in Christ Jesus you are all sons of God, through faith.

 

NKJ Galatians 3:26 For you are all sons of God through faith in Christ Jesus.

 

 

 

ESV Hebrews 4:16 Let us then with confidence draw near to the throne of grace, that we may receive mercy and find grace to help in time of need.

 

NKJ Hebrews 4:16 Let us therefore come boldly to the throne of grace, that we may obtain mercy and find grace to help in time of need.

 

 

 

8th Graders

 

ESV 1 John 3:1 See what kind of love the Father has given to us, that we should be called children of God; and so we are. The reason why the world does not know us is that it did not know him.

 

NKJ 1 John 3:1 Behold what manner of love the Father has bestowed on us, that we should be called children of God! Therefore the world does not know us, because it did not know Him.

 

 

 

ESV Galatians 4:4-6 But when the fullness of time had come, God sent forth his Son, born of woman, born under the law, to redeem those who were under the law, so that we might receive adoption as sons. And because you are sons, God has sent the Spirit of his Son into our hearts, crying, “Abba! Father!”

 

NKJ Galatians 4:4-6 But when the fullness of the time had come, God sent forth His Son, born of a woman, born under the law, to redeem those who were under the law, that we might receive the adoption as sons. And because you are sons, God has sent forth the Spirit of His Son into your hearts, crying out, “Abba, Father!”

 

  1. Be sure you know exactly what and how much you are to memorize before you begin
  2. Make every effort to understand the material that is to be memorized
    1. Read the entire passage several times and see its meaning as a whole. Reading aloud will help.
    2. State the meaning in your own words. If necessary, outline the passage.
    3. Try to see the memory passage in your book with your eyes closed.
    4. Write the lesson if you have difficulty in learning it from the printed page.
  3. Think of the benefit of the material you are learning.
  4. Memorize in a quiet place, where you can concentrate on the lesson.
  5. Memorize short selections as wholes rather than as parts.
  6. Memorize long selections by parts which have a single general thought; then memorize the connections between the parts. But read the entire selection carefully and thoughtfully several times before studying the parts.
  7. Memorize exactly (carelessly memorized material is quickly forgotten; exactness in all things aids character growth).
  8. Begin early and memorize in short periods, avoiding a last minute cramming effort.
  9. Review frequently the material you have memorized, even after you know it perfectly (“overlearning” aids the retention of memorized materials).
  10. Let someone test you before you recite in school, or test yourself by writing the lesson from memory.