St. Paul Lutheran School and Little Lambs Learning Center/Daycare (811 Locust St., Rockford) invite the public to their St. Paulapalooza from noon until 3 p.m., Sunday, Feb. 8.The party event is held in the school gymnasium.
The day features a Book Fair and St. Paul’s Open House. Interested families can meet with the school’s admission counselors and learn about St. Paul Lutheran School and Little Lambs Daycare.
Tours of the building will be given, and parents may talk to faculty members. Families can learn that St. Paul offers one of the lowest tuition levels in the Rockford region, with tuition at $70 a week for a kindergarten through eighth grade.
Many activities are planned for the St. Paulapalooza in addition to the Open House. The theme for the Book Fair is “Under the Sea.” A magician and a balloon man will be present for entertainment. The St. Paul Band will perform at 2 p.m., as well as singing by the students at 1:30 p.m. Children can be creative at the craft table. Story time will be available for students. Visitors can also sample food in the potluck contest.
St. Paul Lutheran School is a kindergarten through eighth-grade institution. The school is fully accredited by the NLSA (National Lutheran School Accreditation) and holds Illinois State Recognition. In addition to regular classroom offerings, St. Paul has computer education, a departmentalized junior high, online Accelerated Reading, drama productions, instrumental music education, religious instruction, weekly chapel services, Latin instruction, art specialist, hot lunch, and a range of interscholastic sports. St. Paul is also the home to Little Lambs Learning Center and Daycare. St. Paul Lutheran School was established in 1888 and is celebrating its 125th year of providing Christian education.
St. Paul is at 811 Locust St., near downtown Rockford. More information can be found at the school’s website at www.StPaulLutheranSchool.com.
Posted Feb. 6, 2015