SCHOOL REGISTRATION FOR THE 2018 – 2019 SCHOOL YEAR IS NOW OPEN.
Update on the new educational facility for St. Martin’s Church and School and Hope Lutheran High School:
PLEASE Plan to attend an “INFORM” Meeting about the plans for the new educational facility for St. Martin’s Church and School and Hope Lutheran High School. This meeting is an opportunity to be informed of the on-going process of the future educational facility, building timelines and to answer questions and/or concerns. We need your input and your prayers!
February 26 – at 6:00 pm for the Hope High School families and friends in the lower level of the School Building
February 28 – at 4:00 pm for All Members in the church sanctuary between Lenten services
March 10 & 11 – Inform Weekend for All Members with activities scheduled in conjunction with all worship services. Please mark your calendars and plan to attend a service this weekend! More details will follow.
March 14 – at 6:30 pm for All Members in the lower level of the Church. The presentation with take place immediately following the Lenten meal.
If you would like a presentation scheduled for your group or have other suggestions for our Inform Team on how best to get this exciting information to all our St. Martin’s community, please contact Steve or Diane Holmay at 507-453-9914 or Email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Celebrating 150+ Years of Christian Education at St. Martin’s School
Celebrating God’s Grace and Inspiring Young Hearts
Click on the slideshow pictured at the left to view the many faces of St. Martin’s over the past 150 years that was shared at the banquet on June 10, 2017 ….
Click on the slideshow pictured at the right to view pictures that were taken at the 150th banquet on June 10th and Strawberry Fest on June 11, 2017…
Getting to know St. Martin’s Lutheran School Video:
Preparing Children for a Life in Christ, Now & Forever
Be it known to all who enter St. Martin’s Lutheran School that CHRIST is the reason for our school. He is the unseen but ever-present teacher in its classes. He is the model of its faculty and the inspiration of its students.
A member of the Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod (LCMS), St. Martin’s Lutheran School was established in 1866 and continues to provide Christ-centered education for all children in Preschool through Grade 8.
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2017 – 2018 St. Martin’s Academic School Calendar :
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Current Monthly Lunch Menu January 2018 and February 2018
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2017 – 2018 School Supply List:
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How do our Lutheran Schools academically compare to other educational options within our country? Take a look at the National Lutheran School Report Card. Click on the report card icon to your left.
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