St. Paul News
The Senior Leadership Team is pleased to announce that we ended Fiscal Year 15/16 with a surplus of $119,263.68. In addition to your generous giving, this surplus was possible due to the following:
- good Stewardship
- 2nd two year old class
- staffing changes
- collection of delinquent school tuition
- 2.5% school enrollment increase from 14/15 to 15/16
Here are some of the highlights on how some of the funds have been utilized
- Drainage issues on playground
- Awnings to provide shade for the children while on the playground
- Participation in a TV program highlighting Christian Schools
Some thought on future projects
- Landscaping in the front of and on the side of the church building
- New entry mats throughout the facility
- Face lift for the Resource Center (old church office) after construction is complete on the Welcome Center
As a congregation, what things would you like to see? Please contact a member of the SLT with your suggestions.
St. Paul's SLT,
Pastor John Warther, Associate Pastor
Julie Bourgeois, Principal
Coral Shreve, BASCC Director
Matija Hoppe, Business Manager
PLAYGROUND DRAINAGE ISSUES
Thanks to Mike Shreve and his company Brothers Property Maintenance, for fixing our playground drainage issues. St. Paul's has worked with many individuals in the past and no luck. Again thanks Mike.
A huge shout out to Delbert Moore, Facility Manager and Pete Bourgeois, volunteer, we now have 3 awnings installed on the playground. It was a sweltering day, but they got it done!!
Construction has finally started. The walls are coming down. Please be patient during this very messy time.
We would like to send our appreciation to Steve Smith and his company American Sheet Metal, for there continued assistance with our HVAC system. They always respond immediately to our needs.
Have you noticed the fresh painted doors, walls etc around the facility? Mark Mellinger, volunteer has spent numerous hours giving St. Paul's that extra special look.
St. Paul's experienced a lightening strike/power surge in early August. The security system was the hardest hit. We are in the process of getting bids to fix and/or upgrade our current system.