St. Paul News Bulletin

St. Paul School - Kevin Brever, Principal - April 11, 2014

Inspirational Quote

“Feedback is the breakfast of champions.

Ken Blanchard ― (May 6, 1939) American author and management expert. His book The One Minute Manager has sold over 13 million copies and has been translated into 37 languages.

  • St. Paul Parish School Calendar of Events
  • The Raider Report - Weekly News Video
  • What's for Lunch?
  • St. Paul Sports Calendar
  • Last Fish Fry - 4/11
  • ---Fish Fry Raffle - LG 50" Plasma HDTV
  • Two Crowns Easter Pageant - 4/13 & 4/14 @ 7:00 pm


  • Open Gym at Holy Cross High School - 4/15-5/22

  • 2014 Summer Camp Schedule
  • News from the Classroom
  • ---Second Grade
  • ---St. Paul Raider Science Blog link
  • The New Digital Learning Playbook
  • ---Understanding the Spectrum of Students' Activities and Aspirations
  • Stay Connected with EngradePro
  • Follow us on Social Media!
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  • Sacrament Information

The Raider Report - Weekly News Video

St. Paul News 4/10/14
What's for Lunch?

School Lunch Menu

St. Paul Sports Calendar

Who's playing, when...

Last Fish Fry - 4/11

St. Paul Fish Fry Menu 2014

  • Fried Fish Dinner - 2 piece of fish, bread, 2 sides, hushpuppies, fruit, tea or coffee - $9.00
  • Baked Fish Dinner over rice - 2 piece of fish over rice, 2 sides, hushpuppies, fruit, tea or coffee - $9.00
  • Shrimp Basket Dinner (8 pc. Butterfly Shrimp) - Shrimp, 2 sides, hushpuppies, fruit, tea or coffee - $9.00
  • Child/Senior Fish Dinner - 1 piece of fish, bread, 1 side, hushpuppies, fruit, tea or coffee - $7.00
  • Fried Fish Sandwich - 2 piece of fish, bread - $6.00
  • Baked Fish over Rice - 2 piece of fish, rice - $6.00
  • Shrimp Basket (8 pc. Butterfly Shrimp) - $6.00
  • Rolled Oyster - $3.00
  • Onion Rings - $2.50
  • Cheese Pizza Slice - $1.50
  • Grilled Cheese Sandwich - $1.00

Choice of Side Items (Ala Carte $1.50)

  • Macaroni and Cheese Baked Potato
  • Cole Slaw Rice
  • French Fries Fried Pickles
  • Green Beans

Extra Hushpuppies (3 for $0.50)

Credit Cards Accepted

Drinks Available at the Bar, Soft Drinks and Beer are Sold Separately

Free Refills on Tea or Coffee

Fish Fry Raffle - LG 50" Plasma HDTV

Each week we are selling raffle chances on a LG 50" Plasma TV to be given away on April 11th (last fish fry) during intermission of our bingo. If you would like a chance on the TV or can maybe sell some chances please e-mail Jessica Votaw at: and she we will send them home with your child. The chances are $2 each.

Two Crowns Production - 4/13 & 4/14 @ 7:00 PM

Open Gym at Holy Cross High School - 4/15-5/22

Holy Cross High School, starting next week will be having open gyms for Girls in 4th-7th grade on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Tuesdays will be volleyball and Thursdays will be basketball. The open gym will be from 3:15 - 4:30. The open gyms will run through May 22nd.

2014 Summer Camp Schedule

News from the Classroom

Second Grade

The 2nd grade class will be:

  • Math Class - Telling Time
  • Science - Water Habitats
  • English - Pronouns
  • Religion - Holy Week and First Communion Preparation
  • Reading - Graphic Organizers

St. Paul Raider Science Blog

A science blog created and maintained by Mr. Streble's science class at St. Paul Catholic School in Louisville, Kentucky.

The New Digital Learning Playbook

Understanding the Spectrum of Students’ Activities and Aspirations

On April 8, 2014 Project Tomorrow released the report “The New Digital Learning Playbook: Understanding the Spectrum of Students’ Activities and Aspirations” at a Congressional Briefing held in Washington, DC and for the first time, online in a special live stream of the event. Julie Evans, Project Tomorrow CEO, discussed selected student national findings from the Speak Up 2013 report and moderated a panel discussion with students who shared their insights and experiences with digital learning.

Key Findings from this year’s report include:

  • 29 percent of high school boys say that they are very interested in a job or career in a STEM field, but only 19 percent of girls say the same. This gap remains even among girls and boys who self-assess their technology skills as advanced. During the seven years that the Speak Up surveys have polled high school students on their interest in STEM fields, the level of student interest has not increased significantly.
  • Students continue to report less regular interaction with traditional social networking sites like Facebook, while 44 percent of students in grades 6-12 report using social media apps like Instagram, Snapchat and Vine. Nearly one-third of high school students reported using Twitter.
  • One-quarter of students in grades 3-5 and nearly one-third of students in grades 6-12 say that they are using a mobile device provided by their school to support schoolwork (these percentages were greater among Title I schools than non-Title I schools).
  • In four years, the percent of middle school students taking tests online increased from 32 percent to 47 percent.
  • High school students reported a mean average of 14 hours per week using technology for writing.
  • Only one-third of middle school students say that for schoolwork reading, they prefer to read digital materials rather than printed materials; more than half, however, say online textbooks would be an essential component of their “ultimate school.”
  • Digital equity, including to student access to the Internet outside of school, is a growing concern among district technology leaders with 46 percent saying it is one of the most challenging issues they face today (compared to just 19 percent in 2010).

Click here to download the PDF of the report.
Click here to view the report in HTML.

Stay Connected with EngradePro

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Sacrament Information

Stay caught up on Sacrament Information and link to some very user friendly family resources at the "St. Paul Catholic Community Faith Formation".