Weekly Update 3/31/23


*All meals come with fruit, vegetable, and milk. Peanut butter & jelly sandwich may be substituted for the main course.

Monday, Apr 3

Hot dog, baked beans

Tuesday, Apr 4
Mac & cheese

Wednesday, Apr 5
Chicken Alfredo

CLC Youth Camp

CLC Youth Camp registration is open! Camp takes place from June 11th-17th, 2023 at Camp JIM in Pillager, MN for students 6th-12th grade. Visit their website for more information and to register your camper! https://youthcampclc.wixsite.com/camp 

Email Amber Casto and Sam Rademacher at youthcamp.clc@gmail.com with any questions! 

ILS Spring Concert

The Immanuel Bands, Handbells, HS Choir, and GS Chorus will perform in the Spring Concert on Wednesday, April 5, at 7:00 pm. in the church.

Everyone is invited!

*Arrival Information for Band members:

7-12 Band: Meet at 6:25.

5&6 Band: Meet at 6:30, do not go to the Handbell and Choir meeting classroom.

*Arrival Information for Handbell Choirs, HS Choir, and Chorus:

Please meet in the Church Basement near the stage at 6:45 p.m., unless you are in band.

Concert attire for all students: Black shoes, black slacks or skirts, white button-down shirt with collar for the gentlemen and white dress shirt for the ladies.

No School

There will be no school on Thursday, April 6 through Monday, April 10. Classes will resume on Tuesday, April 11.

PTO Fundraiser

Immanuel PTO raised nearly $1,000.00 volunteering during the Kiwanis Lights over Christmas. We have the opportunity again to raise money by spooling lights. This will take place on Saturday, April 15 from 9:00am-12:00pm at the warehouse at Sibley Park. Please contact Sarah Kruse at 507-380-6018 or sarahkruse@mnsu.edu to volunteer or if you have any questions. She’s looking for 8-12 volunteers.

Asbestos Notification

Our school has been inspected or has been re-inspected for asbestos materials according to the requirements of the Asbestos Hazard Response Act.

Our school building does have some asbestos containing materials, as do most schools in the country. This material is in good condition and we have an asbestos management plan in place to help maintain it and keep it from becoming a hazard to health. We do regular six month surveillance of this material to insure that it is staying in stable condition.

By law, we must notify staff and parents each year of the availability of this plan. The plan is available for you to see by contacting either the school secretary or Kyle Hulke.


Kyle E. Hulke

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