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  1. page Upcoming Events edited ... August 24 Preschool Orientation August 26 First day of school Summer Camps at the Penn Hill…
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    August 24 Preschool Orientation
    August 26 First day of school
    Summer Camps at the Penn Hills campus for students entering grades K-6 see the RLS website
    http://rlspittsburgh.org/summer-camps

    Wednesdays:
    Woman to Woman starts Wednesday, September 10. All mothers, grandmothers, aunts, and friends of Redeemer Lutheran School are welcome to attend, and children who are not in school are also welcome to come with their moms. This is an informal gathering of women, designed to support one another in our walk as Christian women. The three weekly sessions are held on Wednesdays - 9:30-11:00 a.m. at the Penn Hills Campus; 12:30-2:00 p.m. at the Oakmont campus, and again from 7:30-9:00 p.m. at the Oakmont campus. The fall topic is "Ruth - More Than a love Story" - based on the Biblical book of Ruth. There is no obligation to attend weekly - just when it works for your schedule. If you have any questions, feel feel free to phone the Woman to Woman leader, Deaconess Cheryl Naumann, on 412 983 6122.
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  2. page 4-5 year old class notes edited ... August 17 Back to School Night Penn Hills Campus August 22 RLS Golf Outing ... Preschool O…
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    August 17 Back to School Night Penn Hills Campus
    August 22 RLS Golf Outing
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    Preschool Orientation
    August 26 First day of school
    Summer Camps at the Penn Hills campus for students entering grades K-6 see the RLS website
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  3. page Upcoming Events edited Special points of interest: 4/11 Cinderella Breakfast 9-11AM PH Campus 4/14 & 4/15 Spring …

    Special points of interest:
    4/11 Cinderella Breakfast 9-11AM PH Campus
    4/14 & 4/15 Spring pictures
    4/17 & 4/18 Cinderella musical
    4/22-4/23 Vision screening-permission form
    June 15-19 Vacation Bible School 9 AM -12 Noon at the Oakmont campus
    August 3-7 Preschool Summer Camp at the Oakmont campus
    August 17 Back
    to follow
    5/3
    School Night Penn Hills Campus
    August 22 RLS Golf Outing
    August 24
    Preschool Sunday
    6/4 and 6/5 snow make up days
    Orientation
    August 26 First day of school

    Wednesdays:
    Woman to Woman starts Wednesday, September 10. All mothers, grandmothers, aunts, and friends of Redeemer Lutheran School are welcome to attend, and children who are not in school are also welcome to come with their moms. This is an informal gathering of women, designed to support one another in our walk as Christian women. The three weekly sessions are held on Wednesdays - 9:30-11:00 a.m. at the Penn Hills Campus; 12:30-2:00 p.m. at the Oakmont campus, and again from 7:30-9:00 p.m. at the Oakmont campus. The fall topic is "Ruth - More Than a love Story" - based on the Biblical book of Ruth. There is no obligation to attend weekly - just when it works for your schedule. If you have any questions, feel feel free to phone the Woman to Woman leader, Deaconess Cheryl Naumann, on 412 983 6122.
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  4. page PM Preschool class notes edited {school_logo.png} {theme 2014.jpg} “But in your hearts revere Christ as Lord. Always be prepare…
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    “But in your hearts revere Christ as Lord. Always be prepared to give an answer to everyone who asks you to give the reason for the hope that you have. But do this with gentleness and respect.” 1 Peter 3:15
    April 10,Summer 2015
    Christ is risen! He is risen indeed, alleluia! What Good News was shared when the women went to the tomb

    We had a great school year
    and found outI pray that Jesus was not dead but is alive! Pastor Naumann shared with us in chapel how Jesus won the victory over deathyou and the grave. We are so thankful that because Jesus lives we can one day be with Him in Heaven. During Bible time weyour family will continue to hear how Jesus appeared to many people so that they would know that He is alivehave a safe, fun, and then went to tell others. We are so glad that through God’s Word, the Bible, we can learn this Good Newsrelaxing summer. Spend time together as well!
    Our letter U this week came to use from King of Kings Preschool
    a family: reading, playing, talking and Kindergarten in Mason, OH. We were very excited to hear that their preschool class has 12 students just like we do. It was very interesting to hear that they have children from 5 different countries in their class. The letter U was decorated with little umbrellas.
    This week we are studying about farms
    most importantly worshiping and praying!
    Here
    are having lots of fun. The dramatic play area is filled with animals, some barns and even a “garden” where we can plant and pick vegetables. During story time we have talked a lot about rhyming words with Big Red Barn and Cock-a-doodle-doo! Barnyard Hullabaloo. We enjoyedupcoming summer events:
    June 15-19 Vacation Bible School 9 AM -12 Noon at
    the antics ofOakmont campus
    August 3-7 Preschool Summer Camp at
    the farm animals in Click. Clack, Moo Cows that Type. If anyone has on old typewriterOakmont campus
    August 17 Back
    to share with us that would be great!
    Farms have lots
    School Night Penn Hills Campus
    August 22 RLS Golf Outing
    August 24 Preschool Orientation
    August 26 First day
    of animals and we have been talking about the names of the males, females and babies of some of them. Obviously we love making the animal sounds! We have also learned how farms produce lots of things that we buyschool
    Summer Camps
    at the store. Next time you are shopping thank GodPenn Hills campus for farms!
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    Happy Birthday
    Marley April 15
    Special points of interest:
    4/11 Cinderella Breakfast 9-11AM PH Campus
    4/14 & 4/15 Spring pictures
    4/17 & 4/18 Cinderella musical
    4/22-4/23 Vision screening-permission form to follow
    5/3 Preschool Sunday
    6/4 and 6/5 snow make up days
    students entering grades K-6 see the RLS website
    http://rlspittsburgh.org/summer-camps

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  5. page 4-5 year old class notes edited {school_logo.png} {theme 2014.jpg} “But in your hearts revere Christ as Lord. Always be prepare…
    {school_logo.png} {theme 2014.jpg}
    “But in your hearts revere Christ as Lord. Always be prepared to give an answer to everyone who asks you to give the reason for the hope that you have. But do this with gentleness and respect.” 1 Peter 3:15
    April 10,Summer 2015
    Christ is risen! He is risen indeed, alleluia! What Good News was shared when the women went to the tomb

    We had a great school year
    and found outI pray that Jesus was not dead but is alive! Pastor Naumann shared with us in chapel how Jesus won the victory over deathyou and the grave. We are so thankful that because Jesus lives we can one day be with Him in Heaven. During Bible time weyour family will continue to hear how Jesus appeared to many people so that they would know that He is alivehave a safe, fun, and then went to tell others. We are so glad that through God’s Word, the Bible, we can learn this Good Newsrelaxing summer. Spend time together as well!
    Our letter U this week came to use from King of Kings Preschool
    a family: reading, playing, talking and Kindergarten in Mason, OH. We were very excited to hear that their preschool class has 12 students just like we do. It was very interesting to hear that they have children from 5 different countries in their class. The letter U was decorated with little umbrellas.
    This week we are studying about farms
    most importantly worshiping and praying!
    Here
    are having lots of fun. The dramatic play area is filled with animals, some barns and even a “garden” where we can plant and pick vegetables. During story time we have talked a lot about rhyming words with Big Red Barn and Cock-a-doodle-doo! Barnyard Hullabaloo. We enjoyedupcoming summer events:
    June 15-19 Vacation Bible School 9 AM -12 Noon at
    the antics ofOakmont campus
    August 3-7 Preschool Summer Camp at
    the farm animals in Click. Clack, Moo Cows that Type. If anyone has on old typewriterOakmont campus
    August 17 Back
    to share with us that would be great!
    Farms have lots
    School Night Penn Hills Campus
    August 22 RLS Golf Outing
    August 24 Preschool Orientation
    August 26 First day
    of animals and we have been talking about the names of the males, females and babies of some of them. Obviously we love making the animal sounds! We have also learned how farms produce lots of things that we buyschool
    Summer Camps
    at the store. Next time you are shopping thank GodPenn Hills campus for farms!
    If you have any of
    students entering grades K-6 see the following, please consider saving them for use at school:
    Egg cartons
    Colorful caps from applesauce and fruit squeeze packages
    Old CDs
    Metal lids from frozen juice
    Special points of interest:
    4/11 Cinderella Breakfast 9-11AM PH Campus
    4/14 & 4/15 Spring pictures
    4/17 & 4/18 Cinderella musical
    4/22-4/23 Vision screening-permission form to follow
    5/3 Preschool Sunday
    6/4 and 6/5 snow make up days
    RLS website
    http://rlspittsburgh.org/summer-camps

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  6. page Learning Links edited ... Great ideas from Growing Book by Book that are sure to benefit families with children of all a…
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    Great ideas from Growing Book by Book that are sure to benefit families with children of all ages.
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    guide for birth- age 50-5 Activity guide
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  7. page Learning Links edited JC PlayZone Y.I. Club Little Lambs This website includes coloring pages, recipes, crafts, card…
    JC PlayZoneY.I. Club Little Lambs
    This website includes coloring pages, recipes, crafts, cards, games, music, daily devotions anddevotions, Bible storiesstories, games and activities for a variety of ages.ages 0-6.
    We Give Books
    "Read a book. Give a book". There is a wide variety of books that you and your child can read together for free. You may also sign up to read books for a campaign that will donate books to other children, no cost to you!
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Sunday, April 12

  1. page 4-5 year old class notes edited {school_logo.png} {theme 2014.jpg} “But in your hearts revere Christ as Lord. Always be prepare…
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    “But in your hearts revere Christ as Lord. Always be prepared to give an answer to everyone who asks you to give the reason for the hope that you have. But do this with gentleness and respect.” 1 Peter 3:15
    February 27,April 10, 2015
    We have spent this week talking about love. In Bible time we learned about Jesus and

    Christ is risen! He is risen indeed, alleluia! What Good News was shared when
    the woman at the well. She avoided goingwomen went to the welltomb and found out that Jesus was not dead but is alive! Pastor Naumann shared with us in chapel how Jesus won the morning with the othersvictory over death and went by herself later in the day. Usually other people would not even talk to hergrave. We are so thankful that because she had done the wrong thing. Jesus knew this but yet He took thelives we can one day be with Him in Heaven. During Bible time we will continue to speak with her and show her what she had done wrong.hear how Jesus told herappeared to many things and she knewpeople so that He was someone very special. When He saidthey would know that He was the promised Savior sheis alive and then went to town and sharedtell others. We are so glad that through God’s Word, the Bible, we can learn this news with everyone! Then Jesus spoke with them and they believedGood News as well. Inwell!
    Our letter U this week came to use from King of Kings Preschool and Kindergarten in Mason, OH. We were very excited to hear that their preschool
    class has 12 students just like we have talked about how we needdo. It was very interesting to love each other, even when someone does the wrong thing. Wehear that they have discussed sayingchildren from 5 different countries in their class. The letter U was decorated with little umbrellas.
    This week
    we are sorry and forgiving each other.
    We have started our Building study
    studying about farms and are really enjoying being creative with new typeshaving lots of blocks, construction toolsfun. The dramatic play area is filled with animals, some barns and of course construction worker helmets! Our storieseven a “garden” where we can plant and discussionspick vegetables. During story time we have focused on general informationtalked a lot about different kindsrhyming words with Big Red Barn and Cock-a-doodle-doo! Barnyard Hullabaloo. We enjoyed the antics of the farm animals in Click. Clack, Moo Cows that Type. If anyone has on old typewriter to share with us that would be great!
    Farms have lots
    of buildingsanimals and their uses. Next week will delve into learningwe have been talking about things we find inside our homes and other structures.
    Did you know that
    the elephant isnames of the national symbolmales, females and babies of Thailand?some of them. Obviously we love making the animal sounds! We have also learned some interesting facts and have had fun playing some children’s games from Thailand that are very similar to somehow farms produce lots of things that we play at school! The people and culture of Thailand will be our focusbuy at the Education Fair and westore. Next time you are looking forward to sharing manyshopping thank God for farms!
    If you have any
    of the things we have learnedfollowing, please consider saving them for use at school:
    Egg cartons
    Colorful caps from applesauce
    and created. Please return the forms that have been sent home by Thursday, March 5.fruit squeeze packages
    Old CDs
    Metal lids from frozen juice

    Special points of interest:
    3/6: Family Dance-a-Thon 7-8:30 PM benefits South East Asia Prayer Center
    3/13: Education Fair 4:30-7:30 PM
    3/27: Mom and Son HoeDown PK to 6th 6:30-8:30 PM
    3/28 Easter Egg Hunt details to follow
    4/11 Cinderella Breakfast 9-11AM PH Campus
    4/14 & 4/15 Spring pictures

    4/17 & 4/18 Cinderella musical
    4/264/22-4/23 Vision screening-permission form to follow
    5/3
    Preschool Sunday
    6/4

    6/4 and 6/5
    snow make up day
    March Service Project - we will collect medical items for the Dominican Republic, Pastor and Cheryl Naumann will take them with them when they visit in April.
    Used eye glasses.
    Any kind of over-the-counter medicines that have not been opened. (It is best if they are in the original box if they were purchased in a box.)
    Any kind of new bandages.
    Unopened medicated creams, for any type of ailment. (Again preferably in an original box if they were purchased in a box.)
    Toothbrushes in unopened wrapper, as purchased.
    Unopened disinfectant wipes, etc.
    days
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  2. page PM Preschool class notes edited ... This week we are studying about farms and are having lots of fun. The dramatic play area is fi…
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    This week we are studying about farms and are having lots of fun. The dramatic play area is filled with animals, some barns and even a “garden” where we can plant and pick vegetables. During story time we have talked a lot about rhyming words with Big Red Barn and Cock-a-doodle-doo! Barnyard Hullabaloo. We enjoyed the antics of the farm animals in Click. Clack, Moo Cows that Type. If anyone has on old typewriter to share with us that would be great!
    Farms have lots of animals and we have been talking about the names of the males, females and babies of some of them. Obviously we love making the animal sounds! We have also learned how farms produce lots of things that we buy at the store. Next time you are shopping thank God for farms!
    {birthday_cake.png}
    Happy Birthday
    Marley April 15

    Special points of interest:
    4/11 Cinderella Breakfast 9-11AM PH Campus
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  3. page Upcoming Events edited 3/6: Family Dance-a-Thon 7-8:30 PM benefits South East Asia Prayer Center 3/13: Education Fair 4:…
    3/6: Family Dance-a-Thon 7-8:30 PM benefits South East Asia Prayer Center
    3/13: Education Fair 4:30-7:30 PM
    3/27: Mom and Son HoeDown PK to 6th 6:30-8:30 PM
    3/28 Easter Egg Hunt details to follow

    Special points of interest:
    4/11 Cinderella Breakfast 9-11AM PH Campus
    4/14 & 4/15 Spring pictures

    4/17 & 4/18 Cinderella musical
    4/264/22-4/23 Vision screening-permission form to follow
    5/3
    Preschool Sunday
    6/4 and 6/5 snow make up day class will meet in the AMdays
    Wednesdays:
    Woman to Woman starts Wednesday, September 10. All mothers, grandmothers, aunts, and friends of Redeemer Lutheran School are welcome to attend, and children who are not in school are also welcome to come with their moms. This is an informal gathering of women, designed to support one another in our walk as Christian women. The three weekly sessions are held on Wednesdays - 9:30-11:00 a.m. at the Penn Hills Campus; 12:30-2:00 p.m. at the Oakmont campus, and again from 7:30-9:00 p.m. at the Oakmont campus. The fall topic is "Ruth - More Than a love Story" - based on the Biblical book of Ruth. There is no obligation to attend weekly - just when it works for your schedule. If you have any questions, feel feel free to phone the Woman to Woman leader, Deaconess Cheryl Naumann, on 412 983 6122.
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