St. Matthew Lutheran School recognizes the importance between nutrition and learning. Our students are taught that as children of God, they develop their talents to the best of their ability.
St. Matthew Lutheran School
From the Principal,
If I would ask you what is something that you dread doing, what would be the first thing that would enter your mind? For some, it may be laundry. For my daughter, I think it would be cleaning her room. I know of someone who will drive miles out of their way in attempts to avoid making a left hand turn. My dog is not fond of the doggie beauty parlor and his violent shaking in route to the facility conveys his sentiments. Research papers seem to bring a sense of anxiousness and uneasiness to the Upper Grades. However, for me, one thing that I really dread is saying "good-bye". (read more)
Summer Food Program is available through the Walled Lake School District by clicking here.
The Charger's track team made its way to St. Paul Lapeer to take part in the first meet of the year. With fifteen teams participating, it was a large and challenging event!
The team had a very successful day with many members placing in the top 6 in their events. One of the Chargers even set a new school record as Jose Aguilera ran the 400 meter in 1:07.13 for a new record for the boys 5th and 6th graders here at St. Matthew! He broke the old record by five seconds!
After winning honors for creativity, teamwork, and problem-solving in the regional and State tournaments, our two 7th grade
St. Matthew teams have earned the privileged to travel to Destination Imagination's Global Finals, the largest creative thinking and problem solving competition in the world to be held May 21 - 24 in Knoxville, TN!
To assist the students in funding this opportunity, we have planned two benefit events. Please come join us for:
Sunday, May 18, 5 - 7 pm