Tuesday News

Vol. 18, Issue 20
January 16, 2018


This year’s KML Forensic Meet will be held on Tuesday, March 13th.  Interested students in grades 5-8 will be given information describing the different categories from which to choose.  There is no limit to the number of students that can participate. The more the merrier! Practices will begin in February and will take place once a week for about a month. At the first practice, Mrs. Schopper will provide pieces for students to look over or students may find their own pieces and share them for approval. We are looking for volunteers (parents/grandparents) to come in and listen to pieces (practices are from 3:15-4:15 P.M.) We will also need to supply a few judges for the competition. Please email if interested! (jschopper@bethlehem-wels.org) We are looking forward to another great Forensic year here at Bethlehem, and hope many students will take part. Mrs. Schopper

SCIENCE FAIR – Grades 5-8

Just a reminder that students should be figuring out…

  • what they want to do for their project
  • if there will be enough information
  • if they want to order a project board through school.  

All of this should be done by Monday, January 22nd.


Parents with a child in a parochial/private school are able to receive a tax deduction for paid school tuition for their 2017 taxes.  Under the program, parents statewide will be able to deduct up to $4,000/student in grades K-8 and up to $10,000/high school student.  Feel free to consult a tax expert if you have any questions.

If you will need a receipt for 2017 tuition you have paid, contact the school office.  Receipts will take 5-10 days to process.  Please don’t wait until April 14th to request your receipt.  Thank you!

Science Fair

Grades 5-8:  Just a reminder that students should be figuring out what they want to do for their project, if there is sufficient information, and if they want to order a project board through school.  All of this should be done by Monday, January 22.

Mr. Wendt will be taking orders for project and header boards next week.  Specific colors are: white, black, red, yellow, green, dark blue and light blue.  The colors can be found online at Showboard.com.  Students are asked to pay for the boards after the order has arrived.  Project boards: $3, Header boards: $1.


Already, there is great interest in Bethlehem’s kindergarten class for next year! On Thursday, January 25, 2018 at 6:30 P.M.  there will be an Informational Night at the Germantown Campus for all that are interested.  Parents will discover what Bethlehem has to offer and the steps for enrollment since we do a have a limit on the number of kindergarteners we can serve with excellent, Christian education.  So please save the date.  In January a letter with detailed information will be directly mailed to all preschool parents and member parents with children ready to enter Kindergarten next year!  Thanks – Principal Weber

Mark your calendar

Plan to join us at Robert’s Custard Feb 12th  3-9 P.M. A portion of all sales during that time frame will be donated to Bethlehem Lutheran School.


It is time to place your 2nd Semester or January order for Cousins Lunch.   Please make all checks payable to Bethlehem School.  REMEMBER:  If you choose to prepay, you may NOT change your order for the rest of the year.  Orders are due back this Friday, January 19th and Cousins Subs will be served Friday, Jan. 26th.


As the temperatures have dropped and the snow will soon be flying, please be reminded to listen to AM radio 620, WTMJ or watch channel 4 for any school closing information.  All four local TV stations are notified, but some have problems listing our two-county, two-campus school accurately.   We also will use our PowerSchool Alert.  You will receive a text, phone call and/or email depending on the preference you have made in PowerSchool for closings and late starts. Our school will close whenever Menomonee Falls or Germantown close for bad weather; or when the principal considers it wise to cancel school because of bad weather conditions.  Concerning “late starts”:  Bethlehem School will start late only when Menomonee Falls and Germantown Public Schools start late.  At such times when weather is a factor, students will not be marked “tardy” as parents work to ensure a safe arrival.  Thank you… stay warm!


Grade 4:  This is another regular week of homework.  There is a Wisconsin quiz tomorrow and a spelling test on Friday.  There is also a math test on Friday.  Study pages will be sent home on Thursday. We have started the “Battle of the Books.”  Please remember to ask your child about it. Thanks!


Grades 5 & 6:  Grades 5-6 have the privilege to sing praises to their Lord this coming Sunday, Jan. 21st, at the

10:30 A.M.   service in Menomonee Falls.They will meet in the 6th grade classroom at 10:15 A.M. to warm up their voices. If your child is unable to attend,  please send a note or email excusing them. Hope to see everyone there to worship together as a class.  Mrs. Schopper and Mr. Voigt


Boy Pioneers:  We will be cancelling tonight’s (January 16th) meeting for the boys only.  (Girl Pioneers will still meet tonight)  We have been trying to get the boys out sledding the past few years and the weather has not cooperated. But with the snow yesterday we are going to plan a sledding day on Saturday January 20th.The exact time and location will be shared soon.  Thank you, Mr. Belott


Basketball and Cheerleading

Hot Shot Competition and Grade School Nights at KML
The Girls Hot Shot competition will happen on Jan. 23rd  The Boys Hot Shot will happen on Feb. 6th.  The game times are 5:45 and 7:15 P.M.  The competitions will happen during half times of the games.  The competitors from Bethlehem are Payton Rechlicz, Amayah Rodriguez, Jack Leffel, and Jacob Wetzel.  Aim Straight!

League Basketball and Cheerleading
The A Girls beat Grace, Menomonee Falls.  League games at Christ Alone:  6B Girls won, 6B Boys won, A Boys won.

League games at Peace, Hartford at the normal times this Friday.

C Team Girls BB  Results: The girls won vs. Good Shepherd.
The next game:  At Living Word Lutheran High School- Jan. 20, 11 A.M. vs. Good Shepherd- Blue.

C Team Boys BB  Results: The boys won against Good Shepherd.
The next game:  At Living Word Lutheran High School- Jan. 20, 10 A.M. vs. First Immanuel- White and
12 P.M. vs. St. Paul- Red.

5B Girls BB The girls won vs. Richfield and won vs. St. John’s.
The next game will be Saturday, January 20th at Home (Menomonee Falls) vs. First Immanuel at 9 A.M.

5B Boys BB  The boys lost vs. Richfield Elementary, lost at the St. Paul Tournament, and lost vs. St. John’s.
The next game will be Saturday, January 20th at Home (Menomonee Falls) vs. First Immanuel at 10 A.M.


Zion B Basketball Tournament
The 6th Grade Basketball teams will head to Zion, Menomonee Falls this Thursday to begin the tournament.  The 6B Girls play EG/BS at 4:20 PM on Thursday.  The 6B Boys play Immanuel at 7:30 PM on Thursday.  Win or lose they will play again on Saturday.  Go Blazers!