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Recording Studio Coming Together!

With almost everything needed for the Music Department Recording Studio on hand, we will begin installation and construction on the designated room in the coming week! With support from donors and attendee's of the fall sampler concert, the music department was able to raise over $2300 to renovate a practice room into a recording studio. The room will be equipped with sound baffling panels and new audio recording equipment, as well as a full software suite on a Mac for students to record, compose, and rehearse with in order to further their musicianship abilities!

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Mr. Mark Watton

Mark Watton grew up on a farm near Falls City, Nebraska and graduated from Southeast Consolidated High School at Stella in 1977. He attended University of Nebraska at Lincoln, but after one year transferred to Peru State College and also got married to his wife Diana. Mark graduated from Peru State in 1982 and got his first teaching job at Nebraska City Lourdes High School. After four years there, he decided to take a teaching job in Wahoo, Nebraska.

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State Science Bowl

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State Science Bowl @Wayne State

$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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Sadie Hawkins Dance

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Sadie Hawkins Dance - HS Students

Singing Valentines on Sale Now

Singing Valentines are a tradition that has been around our school for over 15 years.  Not only are they a main fundraiser for the choir but it is the choir member's favorite time of year. The high school choir spends all day on Friday the 12th going around Lincoln and Seward surprising and serenading the recipients. Taking the day to travel and sing has been one of senior Nick Schmeling's favorite memories from all four years of choir.

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Joslyn Museum of Art: Draw-A-Thon (with NAHS/Art Club)

The Omaha Draw-A-Thon is 6pm-12am on Saturday, February 20th! However, we make a day of it and depart LL by 11am. This is an AWESOME event! Just ask those who have attended in the past, like Hank Zieg! Free Event! Just bring money for supper & snacks! The Joslyn will have free pizza at 11pm. Visit: for more information! Contact: if you are interested so I can get you register with the Joslyn Art Museum. IF I REGISTER YOU, YOU MUST ATTEND!

2015 Student Device Survey Results

Tomorrow we will send out our annual device Buyer’s Guide, but before we do that, we would like to share with you the results of our survey of how satisfied students are with the devices they currently have. These results come from surveying all of our students at all grade levels with a 99% participation rate.

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NAC School Bus Arts Grant

The Nebraska Arts Council provided a NAC School Bus Arts Grant to Lincoln Lutheran, allowing us the opportunity to take our entire 7th and 8th grade classes to Celebrate Creativity at the Joslyn Museum of Art, hosted by the Omaha Symphony Orchestra on Friday, October 30th! Celebrate Creativity is is an arts-infused experience designed to spark creativity with cross-curricular activities and discoveries. 

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EGGcelent 8th grade science

Last week the 8th grade science students finished a short unit on car crash safety.  Students examined how impulse, momentum, inertia and forces determine how cars are designed to protect occupants.  Students also examined the biology behind a car crash and how forces affect the internal organs of the body.