Dear parents,
Happy Friday! It’s hard to believe that next week is the last week of school. This school year has gone by fast. It has been a pleasure having your child in my classroom this past year.

Next week will be a busy week. On Monday, May 14, we will be having our dress rehearsal for “Go, Go Jonah!” at 9:30 a.m. The musical will be Tuesday, May 15, at 6:30 p.m. Everyone is invited to join us for this event. Students have put a lot of time into this performance. On Wednesday, May 16, will be field day. If you are able to help with this event, please let us know. Thursday, May 17, we will visit Luther Manor. We will leave school at approximately 8:30. If you are available to drive, it would be greatly appreciated. Friday, May 18, is our last day of school. We will have our awards ceremony at 10:30 a.m.. School will dismiss at 12:00.

Next week students will be cleaning out their desks and taking their school supplies home. Your child may want to bring a plastic bag to school along with their backpacks.

We are also taking registration for our summer program. For more information, you can call the school office. The summer program will begin Tuesday, May 29, 2018.

God Bless,
Mrs. Conoyer

May 11th News and Notes Friday May 11, 2018 12:00 pm By Kristie Bradshaw
Upcoming Events Next Week:

Monday, May 14th – Go, Go Jonah! Dress Rehearsal – 9:30

Tuesday, May 15th – Go, Go Jonah! Musical – 6:30 – Kids meet in the classroom at 6:10

Wednesday, May 16th – Field Day
Please send your child to school with clothing suitable for exercise and tennis shoes. Students may bring a water bottle marked clearly with their name. I have sunscreen for them, but a hat might be helpful to shield from the sun.

Thursday, May 17th – Packing Up Supplies/Luther Manor Visit
Please send your child with their book bag and a couple of extra grocery bags in case their supplies fill up their bookbag! Also, please leave their carseat for transport to Luther Manor.

Friday, May 18th – Last Day of School/ Dismissal at 12:00
Kids will not need their book bags. They will be bringing home their pizza box. Awards Assembly starts in the gym at 10:30. Please note the change in dismissal time – we will be serving lunch.

Happy Mother’s Day!
We hope that all of our classroom mothers and grandmothers have a great day on Sunday!

Field Day – Wednesday, May 16th
We are searching for some parents that might be able to help out with all or part of Field Day this year. Please let me know on Monday if you can help us!

Library Books
All library books must be returned to school before your student can receive their report card. Please check with your child to be sure that this has been taken care of. Thanks!

Religion
There will be no memory work assignments for next week.

Reading/Spelling
There will not be a formal reading story or spelling test next week. We will try to have a Spelling Bee consisting of all spelling words from the year on Thursday. You can help your child prepare by studying spelling words from all blog posts this year. Spelling City would be a great resource as well!

Thanks for all that you do! Have a nice weekend and week ahead!
Love and Blessings,
Mrs. Bradshaw
kbradshaw@stjohnshannibal.org

My name is Marilyn Sublette, and I’ll be teaching the three year old class at St. John’s. Three year olds are such an adorable age. The children are excited to learn and they soak up everything we do from shapes and colors to songs and Bible verses. As we are learning our ABC’s, numbers, Bible stories, and a multitude of other things, we try to make it fun through acting the parts of stories, dressing up, visualizing, hearing the lessons read aloud, and much more. 

I have my Bachelor of Science and my Masters in Education. I have taught almost every age from pre-school through fifth grade. Each child and each age has been delightfully different and amazing. This will be my fourth year to teach at St. John’s and I am thrilled about the new year.

Hi my name is Madi Tucker. I am honored to be a member of the St. John’s Lutheran School staff starting year number two. I received my Associate of Arts in Teaching Degree from MACC in 2016. Upon graduation, I started my journey at St. John’s in the 5 year old room. This year however, I will be teaching in the 2 year old room. I am blessed that God had provided this new opportunity in my life and look forward to helping our young people grow in a faith based educational system. I am looking forward to a fun, memorable year. God Bless.

Cindy Harrison-4 Year Olds-Lions 

My name is Cindy Harrison. I am a mother of four wonderful children, of those twins with autism. My twins are the reason I believe that I received my calling to work with children. Working with my boys on reaching their goals in life started me thinking about how I can help other young children. I have been with St. John’s Lutheran School for eight years. I have been blessed through these eight years working with the preschoolers. It gives me so much joy teaching them and filling their sponge like brains with knowledge of numbers, shapes, matching, the word of God, and so much more! This year I am so excited to be our four year old part time Lions teacher. I have so many great and wonderful things planned for our class!

My name is Shantel Hinton. I have been blessed to be a part of St. John’s Lutheran family, teaching four year olds for fifteen years. I received my degree in early childhood from MACC. It gives me so much joy guiding and teaching young children. I am very excited to see what the Lord has planned for our classroom. Together, as a team, I know we can help our children grow spiritually, academically, and socially. I look forward to meeting all of our new St. John’s families. God bless!

I will be teaching in the 5th and 6th grade at St. John’s this year. I was born and raised and have lived in Hannibal, MO all of my life with the exception of about 4 years. I am married and have 2
children and four grandchildren with the fifth one to arrive in November. I taught in the Hannibal Public Schools for 10 years and then homeschooled my two children from Kindergarten through
high school. Most recently I was the Associate Director of the ADVANCE Program (adult degree completion program) at HLGU. While away from teaching in a school setting I have
taught in Sunday School at Calvary Baptist Church from pre-k through high school and also I worked in the Youth Department for many years at Calvary. As you can see my true love is
children and teaching and God. I have been praying for an opportunity to teach school in a Christian environment for quite some time so when this opportunity arose I truly felt like it was a
God thing… Isn’t He GOOD!!! I feel honored and blessed to become a part of the school and to be able to touch the future in a positive way.

Hello everyone! My name is Krissy Adcock. I was born and raised in Valdez, Alaska and moved to Hannibal, Missouri as a young teenager. In 2012 I graduated from Truman State University with a Bachelor of Arts degree with an emphasis in instrumental music. In 2013 I graduated from Truman State University again with a Masters of Arts in Elementary Education. I am also certified to teach early childhood education. I started teaching at St. John’s in 2013 as the High Five teacher. The next year I switched classrooms and became the Kindergarten teacher. This year I have been given the opportunity to teach music in grades K-8. I am excited to have the opportunity to share my love of music with all of the children! I am currently in my fifth year of teaching at St. John’s and I absolutely love it! I am married to Ryan and we have an adorable baby girl named Rylee. When I am not at school I can oftentimes be found at the Mark Twain Riverboat working in the gift shop. I enjoy knitting, taking pictures, scrapbooking, and enjoying long walks.

 

I am excited to have your child in my class this year!

Eight years ago, I returned to St. John’s as the first and second grade teacher. I previously had taught
second grade at St. John’s for the 1998-1999 school year, and then first grade after that for three more
years. Previous to that, I taught for two years at Holy Rosary School in Monroe City at the first grade
level. And before all of that, I graduated from Culver-Stockton College in May 1996 with a degree in
Elementary Education.
After taking time out in the business world (working for Niemann Foods in Quincy as an Equipment
Buyer), I decided that I was missing the imagination and creativity that teaching brought to my days. So
I returned to the field of education. I live with my husband, Doug, and eleven year old daughter, Maddie
in Payson, Illinois. Maddie is a sixth grader in Mrs. Miller’s class this year!
I would like the parents to know that they are always welcome to visit our room. If you have concerns,
questions, etc… please don’t hesitate to call me at school (221-0215), on my cell (217-430- 9257), or e-
mail me at kbradshaw@stjohnshannibal.org. We are working as a team to help our kids get the best
education possible!
When dreaming of the future for my students, I hope that they will grow into adults who possess self-
discipline, self-respect, respect for others, integrity, perseverance, patience, generosity, commitment,
determination, and diligence. St. John’s is a school that truly strives to instill these character traits in the
children that attend there. This will provide these students with the tools they can use to serve as
Christian witnesses and productive members of their future communities!