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Welcome to another exciting and fun-filled year of school! I am pleased to announce that Redeemer Lutheran will be participating in the Box Tops for Education fundraiser again this year! Through this fundraiser, you can help our school earn cash every time you shop for groceries! This year, we hope to raise $600 for various needs throughout the school! But we need your help to achieve this goal! Here's how you can participate in our Box Tops fundraiser!
• Clip Box Top coupons of hundreds of participating products. Each coupon is
worth ten cents for our school and that adds up fast!
• When you have collected 25 Box Tops, send them into school in an envelope or
sandwich bag labeled with your child's name and class and the amount collected.
Box Top certificates from various supermarkets can also be added to your child's
submission. Please make sure that all Box Tops collected have expiration
dates or it is not a valid Box Top!
• For every 25 Box Tops your child collects and submits, they will receive a NUT
(No Uniform Today) card. Nursery and Pre-K students can also collect and
submit Box Tops. They will receive a special prize from the prize box for their
• Twice a year, the Box Tops are sent to Box Tops for Education and a check is
sent for each Box Top coupon redeemed.
Box Tops for Education also allows you to shop online and raise money for the school! Shop at your favorite online stores through the Box Tops Marketplace. Up to 15% of your purchase total is automatically donated to our school, at no additional cost to you. Plus, you get exclusive Box Tops deals and discounts.
Box Tops also allows you to buy books online through the Reading Room, a partnership between Box Tops and Barnes and Noble, Our school receives up to 6% of qualifying purchases.
Please visit www.boxtops4education.com to sign up for Box Top sweepstakes, money-saving coupons for Box Top products, family-pleasing recipes as well as more information on other Box Tops programs!
Thanks for choosing to make a difference for our school with Box Tops!
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Eighth Grade Supply List
3 ring loose leaf binder and filler paper dividers for loose leaf
Ball point pens (blue, black, red) crayons
ESV Bible (can be purchased at school) #2 pencils
Colored pencils 12” ruler with metric measure
Scissors Elmer’s glue and glue stick
Protractor and compass book covers
3x5 index cards 2 large box of tissues
Plastic storage box (shoe box size) for supplies hand sanitizer
Graph paper (1/4 inch squares) 2-3 highlighters
Notebook for Social Studies and folder sneakers
All items MUST be labeled
1 large boxes of tissues 4 large rolls of paper towels
3 containers of Clorox wipes 1 pack of baby wipes
1 plastic folders 1 marble notebook
2 bottles of clear Elmer’s glue (7oz-8oz) 1 smock
1 plastic container (shoe box size) 1 box of regular crayons box of 24
Sneakers with Velcro closures (no laced sneakers School bag – big enough to hold 9x12 folder(no wheels)
or sandals will be permitted) 2 changes of clothing (including shirt, pants, socks,
underwear) put in the plastic container labeled
with child’s name
Full Day Students
2 crib sheets and 2 blankets
Tote bag – big enough to hold sheet and blanket
Redeemer has uniform dress. Consistency in uniform dress is considered very important. Students who do not have proper dress may, if necessary, be temporarily suspended from class. Uniforms will be checked each day.
SCHOOL DRESS CODE
Nursery Casual or active-wear
Boys K-8 Navy Blue uniform sweater White shirt - long or short sleeves Tie - K-6 Plaid, pre-knotted Gray uniform trousers 7-8 Plaid, four-in-hand Black shoes Gym uniform (5-8) Black, blue, grey or white socks
Girls K-4 Plaid jumper with matching tie and white blouse with Peter Pan collar - long or short sleeves Optional - Navy pants with elastic waist, matching navy bolero
Girls 5-8 Plaid uniform skirt with white pointed collar blouse (long or short sleeves) Navy bolero must be worn with uniform skirt Optional - Navy pants with fitted band; matching navy bolero Skirts are to be at knee length
Girls K-8 White anklets, white or navy uniform knee socks White or navy uniform leotards may be worn in cold weather Make-up (lipstick, nail polish, etc) is not permitted Jewelry in moderation Head bands are not permitted
Boys/Girls All day wear – uniform cardigan sweater, blazer, or fleece jacket only.
Shoes - Boys and Girls - flat heeled black shoe - typical of oxford or loafer. (No sneakers)
All students It is recommended that parents provide overshoes for inclement weather. Students will not be permitted to wear boots in the classroom.
Uniform jackets or uniform sweaters should always be available at school. Common sense (and climatic conditions, particularly temperature) will determine when jackets or sweaters are to be worn. An optional sweater vest is available from the uniform supplier and may be worn by the boys.
Other jackets, coats or sweaters may be worn for outside play. Only clothing prescribed or allowed by the uniform dress policy may be worn inside the school.
“Heelys” type sneakers are not permitted.
Note: If because of allergy or physician’s recommendation, a child is required to wear special clothing (Shoes or socks), please notify the office. Everything must be labeled.
Boys - may wear earrings (pierced) on Non-Uniform days only.
Golf (polo) shirt has limited wear time, (April, May and June)
NO MORE THAN 1 N.U.T. CARD CAN BE USED PER WEEK. N.U.T. cards may not be used on Chapel Days. N.U.T. Cards do not excuse Grades 5-8 from Gym Uniform use.
Non-uniform days - There are restrictions, posted and discussed with students.