Lincoln Lutheran

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LL Receives $500 from Target Red Card Program

Thanks to everyone who shopped at Target, used their Target Red Card, and designated Lincoln Lutheran as the beneficiary.  We received a check for over $500 from Target from this program.

$615,000 Science Renovation Creates New Opportunities for Students

When Lincoln Lutheran students start school next fall, they will be welcomed with three new classrooms dedicated specifically to science education.  A $615,000 renovation project will re-purpose two different areas within the building.  Two current high school science classrooms will be transformed into one larger life sciences classroom, a prep room and a guidance center. The other part of the project will re-purpose currently unused space into a chemistry and physics lab, a science lecture classroom and a prep room.

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Community Outreach Team Visits Arbors

“That was the most fun I’ve had in a long, long time!” said Cindy. Cindy is a resident at Arbors Memory Care Community and she was referring to the two hours she spent caroling, painting and craft-making with the Community Outreach Team. I agree with Cindy! This month’s outreach event was special beyond words.

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Advent Chapel in Hymns, Carols & Chant

December 2015 marked the 10th year the faculty, staff and students of LL have joined together to prepare for Christmas through a service of hymns, carols and scripture.  Mr. Sommerer initiated the format in 2005 and has led this special chapel each of nine years since then.  He likes Christmas Carols and decided to structure a chapel service around Advent and Christmas songs.  Originally intended to be an every-other-year service, the “Christmas Carol Chapel” has become an annual event due to student request.

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Linda Becken Obituary

Linda M. Becken, Commissioned Minister—Teacher Emeritus, departed this life on November 23, 2015, in Maplewood, Minnesota.  She graduated from Concordia College, River Forest, in 1972, and received a Masters Degree from the University of Tennesee in Chattanooga in 1975. While in the Nebraska District, Linda was instrumental in starting the school at Christ, Lincoln. She served there as principal and Kindergarten teacher from the fall of 2002 until she retired on June 30, 2015. Linda enjoyed learning, growing things, walking, reading, and antiquing.

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Teacher Work Days

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Teacher Work Days

Graduation Day

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Graduation Day

Last Day for all students

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Last Day for all students

Finals: 2:40 Dismissal

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Finals: 2:40 Dismissal

Late Start Day

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Late Start - classes start at 9:45am