Halfway through kinder at St. Paul Lutheran School! I can’t even believe that my baby boy is flourishing so well… I have seen so much growth in Tripp this year. From writing, to reading books and even his social skills are exploding.
Why St. Paul?
A lot my DFW friends have asked about how we chose St. Paul Lutheran School and if we are liking it so far. Some who know us closely know Tripp’s grandma taught at St. Paul her entire career and Mark is an alumni! We have absolutely loved the St. Paul experience. First off if you are interested in learning more you can come visit St. Paul during Prospective Family Week January 10-14. Email Sarah.Daniel@sharingnewlife.com for details and reservations. Secondly, here is why I feel like our experience has exceeded my expectations and why you should consider SPLS. .
Tripp began attending SPLS when he was two for Parent’s Day Out and we have never looked back. SPLS a Biblically-integrated, academically excellent education for students from Parents Day Out until 8th grade. Students are academically prepared, educated in Christian foundations, equipped with hearts for service, and confident citizens.
Children learn through hands on activities and playing…. Tripp’s classroom even has exercise balls as chairs. They are able to interact with students in other grades and grow friendships outside of just their classrooms. This helps really create an atmosphere of not only friendships but something that feels like family. One of Tripp’s favorite days was the story book parade that the early childhood classes participated in! Tripp went as Charlie Brown.
This supportive SPLS environment has really allowed Tripp to thrive and grow. He has been able to excel in areas that are his strengths while improving areas that he needed guidance in. SPLS has such a supportive environment and the perfect classroom sizes that allow for encouraging both group and individual to flourish.
If you have any questions about St. Paul please feel free to reach out Lauren@gabbingginger.com XOXO, Gabbing Ginger
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