Mon., Apr. 1, 2019

"Therefore encourage one another and build each other
up, just as in fact you are doing."
--1 Thessalonians 5:11, ILS theme verse for the 2018 2019 school year

Outside Registrations are now being accepted. If you haven't already done so, please update your family's Headmaster information and submit completed Tuition and Fee Agreement with registration fee to confirm your students' re-enrollment. Details here .
Corrections and Updates
Tue., Apr. 2 is Election Day and Immanuel is once again hosting voters. Our school will be locked to ensure student safety. Extended care will be in the gym today and in the youth room on Tuesday. Student lunches will be in the gym.

Thu., Apr. 4 is the Parade of States. This is a correction from Friday's issue of Eagle Info.

Thu., Apr. 4 from 6:30-7:30 PM is the History Far. This is also a correction from Friday's issue.

We apologize for any inconvenience these errors may have caused.
Book Fair
The Scholastic Book Fair will be held Apr. 1-5. Hours for the Book Fair each day are:
 
8-8:30 AM, 11:15-12:15 PM, and 3:15-4 PM
 
The Book Fair will also be open during the History Fair, which is Apr. 4, 6:30-7:30 PM. Additionally, children will be allowed to purchase books during their regularly scheduled library time if parents send cash to the school office in a sealed envelope with their child’s name on it. The school office will give the envelopes to the book fair volunteers on the day of the child’s scheduled library time, and any unspent money will be returned home in an envelope with the child.

Please note that volunteers are needed for the Book Fair on Apr. 4, 6:30-7:30 PM, during the History Fair. Contact the school office to learn more.
Coming in April
PRESCHOOL SPLASH
FRI., APR. 12, 11:30 AM
Try a splash of preschool! Spend some time with Mrs. Maverick in the three’s classroom participating in typical preschool learning activities.
 
EASTER LILIES
1 STEM - $10, 2 STEMS - $17
Plan to order Easter lilies in memory or in celebration of a special person(s) or event. The lilies will beautify our Easter worship, then take them with you after the service. Order using the slips outside the church office under the flower calendar on online at onrealm.org/immanuelbatavia/Give/TFFYCZXKUY .
 
EASTER EGG HUNT
SAT., APR. 13, 10:30 AM IN THE GYM
Hear the real Easter story and hunt for eggs with sweet surprises inside! Designed for toddlers through Grade 3!
 
HOLY WEEK
  • HOLY WEEK DEVOTIONS, APR. 15-19, 7:15 AM IN THE CHAPEL
  • Stop by on your way to work or to grab a coffee for fifteen-minute meditations as we continue our preparation for Christ’s crucifixion and resurrection.
  • MAUNDY THURSDAY WORSHIP, APR. 18, 2 AND 7 PM IN THE SANCTUARY
  • GOOD FRIDAY WORSHIP, APR. 19, 2 AND 7 PM IN THE SANCTUARY
  • EASTER VIGIL, APR. 20, 5:30-6:30 PM IN THE SANCTUARY
  • EASTER WORSHIP, SUN., APR. 21, 6;30, 9, AND 11 AM IN THE GYM
  • Festival worship at three different services on Easter morning. Children’s sermons and Holy Communion at all three.
  • EASTER MONDAY, MON., APR. 22, NO SCHOOL
 
ILS SHARING OUR TALENTS SHOW
FRI., APR. 26, 6:30 PM
Immanuel’s Got Talent! Come see and hear what our students can do when they share their God-given talents with you!

QUARTERLY BLOOD DRIVE
SUN., APR. 28, 8 AM-NOON IN THE BLOODMOBILE
Sign up in the lobby or at immanuelbatavia.org/blood_drive .
 
SABOR LATINO
SUN., MAY 5, 5-7 PM IN THE GYM
Learn about the important work being done in the Latino community in Aurora by our brothers and sisters at San Pablo Lutheran Church. And while you’re at, savor the Latino flavor of a delicious Mexican feast in celebration of Cinco de Mayo!
 
KINDERGARTEN PREVIEW
SUN., MAY 19, 1-2 PM
Immanuel believes that each child is a special gift from God. Come to Kindergarten Preview to learn how we demonstrate our recognition and support of each child’s unique gifts through our Kindergarten and Kindergarten ALL programs. Half-day Kindergartners are invited to switch to all-day Kindergarten ALL at any of the quarter breaks in Oct., Jan., or Mar. If they are better served to continue throughout the school year in our half-day program, they may do so without missing out on important concepts. Kindergarten ALL provides enrichment activities that reinforce those learned during the morning sessions.
Restaurant Nights Put the FUN in FUNdraiser!
  • Apr. 22-26, Nothing Bundt Cakes 1086 Commons Dr., Geneva. Be sure to bring this flyer with you!
PTL Auction News
Click here for the latest update!
Lunchroom Helpers
Immanuel's Parent-Teacher League is looking for Tuesday Lunchroom Helpers for Tuesdays through-May. Thank you to everyone who volunteered September through January! There are plenty of opportunities to put in some volunteer time! Sign up here: signup.com/go/uCm2g5
Immanuel Bible Studies: You're Invited!
  • The Gospel of Mark, Monday AM Bible Study, Mons. at 9 AM; Monday PM Bible Study, Mons. at 7 PM; and Early Risers Bible Study, Weds. at 6:30 AM
  • The Gospel ProjectTuesday AM Bible Study, Tues. at 9:30 AM, Fellowship Hall
  • A Heart Like His: Seeking the Heart of God Through a Study of David, Women’s Bible Study, Wed. at 9 AM, Fellowship Hall
  • The Holy Spirit, Thursday PM Bible Study, Thu. at 7 PM, Heritage Room
  • The Large CatechismMen’s Bible Study, Sat. at 8 AM, Fellowship Hall or Batavia Panera

To learn more about Bible studies and in-home small groups,
contact Pr. Chris at cdavis@immanuelbatavia.org .
Shop and Share
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Raise money for ILCS and save money on everyday purchases! For complete information, contact Mike Riddell or click the link below.  Orders due Mon., Apr. 8.

Did you know your purchases can make a difference? AmazonSmile donates to Immanuel Lutheran Church and School when you do your holiday shopping at smile.amazon.com/ch/36-2683484 .
When ordering Scholastic Books, please use this class code to ensure your books aren't lost in space! 2KI7W
Immanuel School Committee
Please reach out to the School Committee via the school office or through the School Comments group in the Parent Login section at ilsbatavia.org anytime with suggestions for improving Immanuel Lutheran School: Chairperson Judy Luetkens, Andrea Carroll, Larry Fass, Kendall Heetland, Sarah Murphy, and Erin Riddell.
Events
SUN., MAR. 31
8 AM        Traditional worship, S
9 AM          Mini-stry Fair, lobby
9:30 AM   Education Hour
9:30 AM   Traditional worship, S
11 AM      Contemporary worship, S
3 PM          Discovering Immanuel, FH
4:30 PM     Adult Volleyball, G
6:30 PM     High School Night, YR/G
 
MON., APR. 1
Spirit Day
6:30 AM     Men’s Small Group, HR
8:50 AM Preschool Chapel, S
12:45 PM Preschool Chapel, S
6:30 PM GriefShare, L
7 PM Troop 12, FH
7 PM Forming Bible Study, HR
7 PM Mon. PM Bible Study, S
 
TUE., APR. 2
8 AM Middle School Field Trip, Chicago Museums
8:50 AM Preschool Chapel, S
9:30 AM Tue. AM Bible Study, FH

WED., APR. 3
6:30 AM Early Risers Bible Study, FH
9 AM Women’s Bible Study, FH
11 AM Sing & Play, G
2 PM Lenten worship/K-8 Chapel, S
6:30 PM PTL Board Meeting, CR
6:45 PM Experiencing God, 256
7 PM Lenten worship, S  
THU., APR. 4
9 AM Forming Bible Study, HR
1:30 PM Parade of States, G
6 PM Children’s Choirs, MR
6:30 PM History Fair, G
7 PM Christus Choir, MR
7 PM Thu. PM Bible Study, HR
 
FRI., APR. 5
11:45 AM Student Council Meeting, HR
 
SAT., APR. 6
8 AM Men’s Bible Study, HR
5:30 PM Traditional worship, S
 
SUN., APR. 7
8 AM     Traditional worship, S
9:30 AM Education Hour
9:30 AM Traditional worship, S
11 AM   Contemporary worship, S
3 PM Discovering Immanuel, FH
4:30 PM Adult Volleyball, G
6:30 PM High School Night, YR/G
   
MON., APR. 8
Plunge Into Fitness forms due
Next ShopWithScrip orders due
Outside Events of Interest
The Batavia Public Library has ongoing volunteer opportunities for adults. Summer opportunities for teens and middle school students are available, as well. Lear more:  http://www.bataviapubliclibrary.org/get-involved/volunteer-opportunities/adult-volunteers.aspx .

Messenger Public Library of North Aurora has a variety of summer volunteer opportunities for students in Grades 4 through 12. More information is available at  https://www.messengerpl.org/teenvolunteers .


Fermilab Education Program E-Alert Jan.-Aug. 2019

For High School Students

Northern Illinois University is proud to offer over 80 day and residential summer camps for students entering Grades 2-12. These students will get an opportunity to immerse themselves in a field of their choice and experience life on a college campus. Camp pricing for residential camps includes meals, instruction, 24/7 adult supervision, and staying at a residential hall during the week.

Registration is now open for all camps!

Are your students curious about science, tech, or medical fields?

Are your students interested in exploring creative career paths and meeting new friends who share a passion for the arts?

Are your students ready for an immersive camp experience like no other?
  • At Quarantine: The Summer Camp, they’ll live the book, meet the authors of Quarantine and experience the science and art behind the story.

Find out more about the dozens of different NIU academic and athletic summer camps at go.niu.edu/summercamps .

“I loved camp! Loved, loved, loved it! I’m so happy that you continue to inspire performers year in and year out…so many good memories.” - Kay Cannon, former NIU speech camper, writer for the “Pitch Perfect” movie trilogy and co-executive producer of Fox’s past hit comedy “New Girl.”
Immanuel's Mission
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The Word of God is at the foundation of all we do.
We welcome and equip people to follow Christ and live authentic faith.
We are a family that demonstrates our faith in Christ
by the way we love, support, and grow together.

Developing Today’s Disciples 
Church 630 879 7163. 8-4 PM
School 630 406 0157, 8-4 PM