Wednesday, November 30, 2011

Mr. Heilman and Fourth Grade Chapel

Mr. Heilman and the 4th Grade led our chapel worship today.

Mr. Heilman talked about advent and our school theme the breastplate of righteousness.

Even Houdhni didn't know when the world would end.

Mr. Heilman always has a game as a part of his chapel. This year we played not Angry Birds but instead Angry Words.

Monday, November 14, 2011

Science Poster...

Some beautiful work by one of our science students.

New Style of Book Reports

Here is a picture of three visitors we had today in our sixth grade classroom. After reading a biography or autobiography, students were given several options on how to present to the class. These young ladies chose “You Be the Person Presentation”. The girls dressed as the person they studied and told about “their” life and answered questions from the class.

Monday, October 31, 2011

Halloween Fun

Eighth graders are putting the finishing touches on their Egyptian coffin. They will use Freddy to hand out candy to the little kids at Trunk or Treat.
We just have the best times at SLS...

Thursday, October 27, 2011

Parent's VS SLS Volleyball Games

This is a night to remember. The girls playing their parents.

The girls look great, clean, crisp play...
The parents on the other hand... All in all a great time was had by all...

Tuesday, October 25, 2011

Luther Visits SLS

We are nearing the time of the reformation. Our classes study how Martin Luther reformed the church and moved people closer to God by his teachings.

We were so fortunate to have Martin come to SLS today and share about his life's work.

Martin Luther was played by Pastor Bill Marler.

Monday, October 10, 2011

Wanner's 5th Grade Visits Wilder Museum

It is a tradition that our 5th graders read a "Little House Book" and then travel to Mansfield Missouri to the Laura Ingalls Wilder Museum for a tour.
It was a beautiful fall day last week when this trip took place. It is so interesting to connect the books with the author and her life here in Missouri.

Laura and Almanzo loved their farm in Missouri. Here is their house. It is full of items that Almanzo made from cabinets to furniture. Makes me want to reread these wonderful books.