Student Life

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Project Runway

On November 14, from 1:00-4:30pm, students gathered at school. Cameras flashed as models walked down the runway. Judges awarded scores and the audience cheered.

Project Runway is an annual event set up by Mrs. Carlson. Students in teams of 1-4 people are invited to design, sew, and model an outfit. The outfits must be inspired by the 1967 "Paper Dress", so the students create them out of vinyl cloth. "Tina" Carlson explained the rules and then the teams were allowed 25 minutes at the school to plan their outfits before taking a school bus to JoAnn's. There, they had 25 minutes to shop for all the materials they would need to make their creations. They could spend $5 and use 2 coupons. When they returned to school, the teams had an hour and a half to bring their designs to life. They each chose one teammate to model and spent a short time preparing hair and makeup.

Bake Sale

 Ms. Mol's Middle School Access Class is having a bake sale Thursday and Friday this week. Bring some cash to break and enjoy an assortment of goodies! The fundraiser is part of the Access curriculum in "planning" and will be used to fund a small Halloween Party for Ms. Mol's access class. Please, participate in this crucial step of planning by purchasing a small snack at break. Ms. Mol's Access Class will be very grateful to whoever decides to buy a scrumptious snack!

We Are God's Doers

    On Friday, October 9th chapel was given by Mr. Stoltenow.  The topic of this chapel was remembering that we are God's doers.  The text that helps us remember this is Ephesians 2:10, "For we are God's workmanship, created in Christ Jesus to do good works, which God prepared in advance for us to do."  This means that as Christians, we are meant to show others the love of God by how we act and how we live our lives.  We are meant to live our lives according to God's will.

Rotary International Youth Exchange Program

What is Rotary Youth Exchange?
Rotary Youth Exchange is a country-to-country exchange of high-school age young people who are between the ages of 15 and 19 years old when they arrive in the hosting country. (Some countries including the United States will not accept students who are more than 18 ½ years old when they arrive.) The exchange offers a cultural and educational experience for the student and those serving as hosts. The exchange lasts 10 to 12 months and follows either the American school year or the school year of the foreign country.
 
What is Rotary?
Rotary International, which sponsors this program, is an international volunteer organization comprised of Rotarians around the world dedicated to improving their community, both locally and globally, through service to others.

Picture Day

7th Grade Day Retreat

Executive Summary: 
Students will spend the school day at Camp Carol Joy Holly doing team-building activities.
Seventh grade students will be spending the day at Camp Carol Joy Holling. The retreat is designed to give students a day to do some team building activities and to develop new friendships at Lincoln Lutheran. We will be doing team-building activities, paddle-boats and canoeing, and a nature hike during our day. We will leave school at 8:00 AM and return by 3:30. We ask that students bring ten dollars to help cover camp usage and transportation costs. Additionally, students should bring a lunch, sunscreen/bugspray, wear a t-shirt and jeans/shorts, and wear tennis shoes. A permission ship will be sent home the week of August 24th.