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Early Dismissal

Executive Summary: 
Early Dismissal 5th & 6th Grade Visit Day

Homecoming Week

Executive Summary: 
Homecoming Week

Early Dismissal

Executive Summary: 
Early Dismissal

Mid-Quarter

Executive Summary: 
Mid-Quarter

Early Out/Parent Teacher Conf.

Executive Summary: 
Early Out/Parent Teacher Conf.

October 2009 Scholarship List

Attached (in PDF format) is the October 2009 Scholarship List - Scholarships Available for College.  Please see Blank in the office for more information or help with any scholarship questions.

Parent Teacher Conferences and 5/6 Grade Visits

Reminder for Early outs for September 24, 25, and 29th.

Thursday, September 24, Parent Teacher Conferences, 2:00 - 8:00 p.m., 1:34 p.m. early out

Friday, September 25, Early out....1:34 p.m.

Tuesday, September 29, 5/6th Grade Visits, Early out.....1:15 p.m.

The Office hours will remain the same on these days....7:30 p.m.-4:00 p.m.  Scheduled appointment times will be posted in the gym. 

 

Cross Country Teams compete at Malcolm Invite

The Lincoln Lutheran Cross Country Teams competed at the Malcolm Invitational on Tuesday with the girls bringing home a second place finish and the boys a fifith place finish. Leading the girls team with a 8th place finish was Paige Orth in a time of 16:57.3 followed by Karstin Ptaschek; 9th, 17:06.8, Anne Heibel; 10th, 17:14.4, Erin Heiden; 15th, 17:33.54, Julie Gyland; 16th, 17:47.3, and Kayla Asche; 22nd, 18:24.2. On the boys varsity side Andrew Malan finished 4th in a time of 17:42.6, Dane Stahr; 8th, 18:05.1, Sam Malan; 41st, 20:29.3, Joseph Eley; 42nd, 20:29.6, Mitchell Volk; 49th, 21:16.7, and Nick Claridge; 55th, 22:26.4. The girls Junior Varsity sweep the top three medal spots with Meredith Hein winning the race in a time of 19:03.29, followed by Lexie Volk; 2nd, 19:07.7, Makayla Ptaschek; 3rd, 19:23.5, Hanna Downing; 5th, 20:07.1, Jenna Ripke; 8th, 20:31.9, Lauren Holbein; 12th, 21:17.7, Andrea Paul; 13th, 21:21.8, Rachel Royuk; 14th, 1:33.9, and Laura Rasmussen; 18th, in a time of 25:02.5.

Middle School's Big Night of Volleyball

Wow, what a night!  The Middle School volleyball teams had six different matches at four different locations. 

6th Grade Volleyball in Action:  The great serving helped the Warriors cruise by St. James.  Backed by strong serving, Lincoln Lutheran defeated St. James in two sets 25-16, 25-13 on Monday night.  The victory brings the 6th grader's season record to 2-1.  Kudos to Halle Hohnbein, Malvory Redler and Mia Wright who led the Warriors in a big win.

C2 Team's Battle with North American Martyrs:  In the first set the Warriors battle to a score of 25-25; however, the North American Martyrs were able to win the set 27-25.  Sarah and Emily had really good serves.  Katie had two spikes.  In the second set, the players were off to a slow start and tried to make a come back with Gussie serving, unfortunately the set ended 15-25.  The girls did a very good job at getting to the ball and had a high serving percentage.

Warrior Senior Football Players Lead Chapel

The 2009 Warrior football theme is "HIS Level" based on Isaiah 55:8,9 -- "For my thoughts are not your thoughts, neither are your ways my ways," declares the LORD.   "As the heavens are higher than the earth, so are my ways higher than your ways and my thoughts than your thoughts".  That powerful Scripture and theme is the basis for this year's senior football chapels.  To date the 2009 seniors have led chapel at Lincoln Lutheran (9/4) and most recently at Concordia University (9/18).  The Holy Spirit is using these young men in mighty ways in proclaiming a message of "perspective" related to how we as Christians are directed to see life and approach life.  In addition to the God's word, the players also lead those in attendance in acapella singing.  It is particularly impressive having 18 year old boys (men) leading others in song!