Unfortunately, due to enrollment numbers and budgetary restrictions, St. Paul will not be offering K-5 services for the 2018-2019 school year. Please check back in the Spring for availability of services.
St. Paul meets or exceeds grade level standards and students have very high test scores. With small class sizes, St. Paul is able to develop an academically well-rounded student with activities such as art, music, Spanish, and P.E. In addition, weekly volunteers work one-on-one with students which greatly helps to meet students' needs as well as contributing to high test scores.
St. Paul educators are committed to encouraging and building up students. They do a great job helping students rise up to their expectations. The teachers also work hard to incorporate the religion curriculum in a way that students can apply it to their lives.
All of our elementary classroom teachers have a current Oregon Teaching Certificate issued by the Oregon Teacher Standards and Practices Commission (TSPC).
At St. Paul Lutheran Church and School, we believe that a meaningful education includes an understanding and appreciation of God, His purpose, His character, and His abundant love. Children grow in their faith and knowledge of God as they learn of His love through Bible stories. Children learn to build friendships based on Christ-like kindness, respect, and forgiveness.
Our staff recognizes that they are here to nurture each child's spiritual growth as it is integrated in all other aspects of learning. The Christian faith is implemented in all facets of the educational process. Through the process of education and faith, it is our intent to bring the child into a loving relationship with our Savior, a sharing relationship with peers, and a caring relationship with the community and world.
- Weekly chapel
- Daily Bible time and prayer
- Mission and service projects
- Children's Church is offered at our 10:30 am Sunday church service for ages 4 - 8. Nursery care for ages 0 - 3 is also available.
8:30-3:30 M-Th, 8:30-11:30 Fri
(parents may choose between half-day and full-day Kindergarten)
Before School Care – 7:00 am-8:30 am
After School Care – 3:30 pm – 5:30 pm
Funtastic Fridays - 11:30 am- 5:30 pm
- Parent Teacher Organization is active and supportive
- Classroom Volunteers are always needed for reading and other help
- Parent helpers for special days and activities
- Parents are encouraged to participate in special events throughout the year
Click on the links below to open the Scope and Sequences for our elementary classes. A Scope and Sequence lists the concepts that will be taught, the goals and objectives, and the projected order of concepts for a school year in that particular classroom. Please contact us if you have any questions!
- Kindergarten Scope and Sequence
- First Grade Scope and Sequence
- Second &Third Grade Scope and Sequence