School News: April 24, 2018


We praise and thank God that He has led John March to accept the call as Principal. We welcome John to the St. John staff.

The following is the acceptance letter Mr. March sent:

Lorrie and I thank you for uplifting us in prayer as we sought the Lord over the call to St. John Indianapolis. We definitely appreciated them. This has been a very difficult decision to make. There was so much to take into consideration. However, after much prayer, talking to our mentors, and discussion between us as a family, we have decided that God is leading us to a new ministry at St. John. So, it is with much enthusiasm that I accept the call to St. John Indianapolis.
We feel that God has definitely directed us to serve with you at St. John. We are excited about this new ministry with you. And we look forward to working with you as we further God’s Kingdom in Indianapolis.
We do continue to ask for your prayers for our family as we make this transition. This will be at times very overwhelming, so we covet those prayers. We are currently in the process of selling our house, and we will then need to secure a house in Indianapolis. Please pray that God will orchestrate this all for us and in a quick time frame. We would also appreciate your prayers for our children as this will be a huge adjustment for them.
We look forward to being with you in July.
With a humble heart,
John March

We pray for John, Lorrie and the March Family as they transition to St. John.


Our annual spring Walk-a-thon will take place on Wednesday, May 9th. Don't forget to mail your packets or share the video: Extra packets can be picked up in the office.


ISTEP testing in grades 3-8 continues through April 27th. Each grade has been scheduled in the Media Center for each online subtest, and it is very important for students to be present for these scheduled sessions. Parents, please be sure your children can be present for each test.


Congratulations to our Spelling Bee Champions. Sophia S. was the winner and Chrissy B. the runner-up in the 1st-2nd grade division. Parker Y. walked away with the victory for the 3rd-4th grade division and Jackson B. was the runner-up.



On Friday, April 27th, Choir and Band students (Grades 6-8) from the Lutheran Schools of Central Indiana will be in concert as combined choirs and bands at 7 pm at Lutheran High School. Art work from a number of students will be on display as well. Come see the art work at 6:30 pm, then stay and enjoy the music.


Off to Philly! 8th grade students Jaelah C. and Paige M. will head to Philadelphia this weekend to participate in the National School SCRABBLE Championship. These girls have been working hard to achieve this opportunity. Please keep all traveling in your prayers. You can follow the girls' progress by googling National School Scrabble Championship 2018.



Our 3rd Grade Robotics team head to Louisville this weekend to compete in the World Robotics Competition in Louisville, KY. The Competition runs from Sunday through Tuesday. The boys have been working hard to achieve this opportunity. Best of luck to JT K., Keegan H., Wyatt G., Caleb M., Brylan S., and Ayden C..


The 5th-8th grade presentation of “Snow White” will be performed in the Dwelling Place on Thursday, May 3rd at 12:30 pm and also on Friday, May 4th at 7:00 pm. This show, with its variety of ever-changing story genres, has something for everyone! The audience becomes the live studio audience on a talk show, “Real Talk with Fairytale Legends”, where the seven dwarves tell the story of Snow White as the Fairytale Players bring it to life.  Each new dwarf takes a turn telling different parts of Snow White’s famous story in his or her own unique voice, along with some confusion with other popular childhood stories.


Did you know we have two teachers retiring this year? Help us celebrate with Mrs. Cheryl Willig during an open house on Saturday, May 12th from 11:30 am-2:00 pm. We would love to have you come again on Sunday, May 20th from 11:30 am- 2:00 pm to celebrate with Mr. Mark Zimmer. 


As we move toward the end of the school year, families are reminded of the importance to pay all tuition, registration, lunch, extended care, and band fees by the end of May. We also reserve the right to decline enrollment status if balances are excessive. In accordance with Indiana state law, no records or report cards will be released in any form or transcripts forwarded to new schools until your financial obligations have been met.