Earn extra rebates with Mills Fleet Farm SCRIP!  Fleet Farm is available with a 10% rebate while supplies last!

Please note SCRIP bank deposit changing from Friday’s to Thursday’s beginning the week of August 2nd.

Any questions, contact Liza (920) 229-4456 or Mary (920) 207-4655 or email scripoffice@sjlplymouth.com.

Sheboygan LHS Slamma Jamma BB Camp - July 6-9
1. Please go to the LHS website (www.lutheranhigh.com) for registration information.  Forms are also available outside of the LHS office (by the window).  The office is open 9am-3pm Monday-Thursday.
2. Contact Erica Thomas at thomas@lutheranhigh.com if you have any questions, not Carmen Dolson. Erica is handling reservations, not Carmen.


Bussing for 2020-2021 - by June 22, 2020

Bussing Form (if your child needs bussing to or from school for the 2020-2021 school year, you need to complete this form and return it to SJL).

Please return to SJL BEFORE the deadline of June 22, 2020.

Thank you.

Summer Reading Program 2020-Update

Just a reminder that if you would like to receive the 5% for paying tuition in full, your payment needs to be received in the school office by 10:45 AM Friday, July 31, 2020. (Deadline extended to 2:45 PM - Tuesday, September 1 for 2020-2021).


Online payments can also be made at www.sjlplymouth.com | School | Make a Payment.


If you have any questions regarding your balance, please contact the school office at (920) 893-5114 until 10:45 daily or via e-mail at dadams@sjlplymouth.com.


LHS Golf Outing - June 26

LHS is still holding its’ annual Golf Outing on Friday, June 26.  The outing will be an 18-hole Shot Gun start at 11 a.m. at Town & Country Golf Course.  Several changes this year include an earlier start time with a box lunch included, eliminating the post-event group dinner, and mobile bidding for some silent auction items.  A 9-hole option at 3 p.m. is also available.  Registration forms and online registration can be found on the LHS website www.lutheranhigh.com under ‘Upcoming Events’.  Join us for a great afternoon of golf and support your local Lutheran High School at the same time!

Girl Scouts of Manitou 2020 Summer Camp



Please click here for further information regarding Girl Scouts 2020 Summer Camp:

Girl Scouts of Manitou

School and Church Office Summer Hours

School Office Hours:  June 15th to July 31st the school office hours will be 6:45 AM to 10:45 AM.  Church Office Hours are 7:00 AM to 4:00 PM Monday through Friday.    


Regular School Office Hours (6:45 AM-2:45 PM) will resume August 3.

Concordia Soccer Academy Registration Is Open! 

Concordia University Wisconsin Summer Soccer Academy


June 14-16 - Elementary School - Ages 9-11

June 18-20 - Middle School - Ages 12-14

June 21-23 - Middle School - Ages 12-14

June 25-27 - Elementary School - Ages 9-11

June 28-June 30 - High School - Ages 14-17

August 3-6 - Elementary School - Ages 6-8 *new this year!


For REGISTRATION information:  www.cuwsa.com



Hot Lunch Prices

Hot lunch prices for the 2020-2021 school year will be raised slightly ($3.00 per lunch).


Prices will be:
Students (Day Care-Grade 8):  $3.00
Milk:  $0.40
Adult Lunch:  $4.10


Reminder that any remaining balance in your lunch account at the end of the school year does automatically carry over to the following year. 

PE Shirts - Grades 5-8 - DEADLINE AUGUST 2

All students in grades 5-8 are required to have two (2) Phy. Ed. Shirts for class.  One white and one blue.  Students provide their own shorts (no uniform necessary).

We have teamed up with Custom Craft Trophy to do online ordering of these shirts.  You will pay directly online and then the shirts will be delivered to school by the first day of classes.  (PLEASE NOTE:  WE WILL NOT HAVE EXTRA SHIRTS AT SCHOOL.  YOU MUST PURCHASE THROUGH THIS WEBSITE).

Please click this link (Click Here) to place your order (all shirts are adult sizes - if kids size is needed, please contact Custom Craft directly to make arrangements) soon so that you’re guaranteed your shirt will arrive by the beginning of school.

Family Resource Center


2020 SJL Auction Update

    As we all know, the auction that was scheduled on March 14 was cancelled due to the beginning spread of the coronavirus.  The committee has wonderful news for you. . .the auction has been RESCHEDULED!!

    September 26, 5:00PM at The Osthoff Resort has been confirmed and is booked!  We are so excited to get back to normal and give all of you an opportunity to bless our school while in fellowship.  Registration is now open.  Please pay careful attention to all of the details below:

    For those of you that have ALREADY registered:

    • You are still registered and have a seat at the event on 9/26.

    For those of you interested in registering for the September event, it is $50 per person:

    • Registration is open.  Please click on the button below to register.  Once in the website, choose the Registration Tab and click on Regular Registration.
    • Be sure to include emails and cell phone numbers for anyone that you are purchasing a ticket for if you both want to bid.
    • Any questions, please call Sheila Kaufman (920)838-6016.







    Honor Graduates
    Congratulations to the 8th graders who have earned the highest cumulative grade point averages.
    Molly Schultz was named the Valedictorian.
    Athena Poth was named the Salutatorian.
    Optimist Club Congratulations

    Congratulations to the 2020 Student recipients of the Optimist Club Award.  This year's recipients are: 8th Grade-Zachary Schuh; 7th Grade-Cayden Becker; 6th Grade-Zach Leonhard. The Optimists Club mission is to provide hope and positive vision for all students.  The award recipients exemplify this mission.  Our students will be recognized at a special gathering held soon.  Congratulations to our students! 

    2020-2021 School Year Calendar

    The 2020-2021 School Year Calendar is now available.  Please note that school begins at 7:30 AM and ends at 2:35 PM daily.  

    Tax Deductions

    Remember, tuition payments made before December 31 can be used for the State of Wisconsin tuition tax deduction for private school families on your 2019 income tax return.

    If you need a receipt for 2019, please contact Mrs. Adams @ dadams@sjlplymouth.com and one will be sent to you.

    2019 Private School Tuition Tax Deduction

    The State of Wisconsin, (started in 2014 tax year), is going to allow parents to deduct private school tuition.  Parent of private school students in Wisconsin could receive an income tax deduction of up to $4,000 for tuition paid for each kindergarten through eighth grade student and up to $10,000 per high school student.  Only the amount paid after January 1, 2019, will qualify for the deduction.  We highly recommend that families work with their tax advisor to determine benefits.

    How can parents claim the deduction?  There is a separate schedule that needs to be filled out by the student's parents.  This schedule can be obtained by from the Wisconsin Dept. of Revenue website.

    How will tuition be defined?  Tuition includes any amount paid by the claimant for a pupil's tuition to attend an eligible institution and mandatory book fees paid to the institution.

    Tuition does not include amounts paid with a voucher or any amounts paid as a separate charge for items such as:  supplies, rentals of equipment, meals, transportation, personal use items such as uniforms or gym clothes, before or after school child care, extracurricular activities such as musical or athletic activity fees.

    How is tuition defined for students attending 8th and 9th grade in a single tax year?  For both an elementary pupil and a secondary pupil (grades 8 and 9), parent includes the amount paid for tuition during the taxable year for the period when the student was an elementary pupil (but not more than $4,000) plus the amount the parent paid for the period when the student was a secondary pupil.  If the total is more than $10,000, the parent includes the maximum $10,000. 


    Only the person who claims the child as a dependent can use the deduction.  For example, grandparents who pay tuition cannot take the deduction (unless of course they claim the child as a dependent).