A quick reminder that this is your last chance to order your Lincoln Lutheran Warriors masks. If you would like to order masks, please fill out this order form and submit by no later than tomorrow (Mon. 7/13) at 8 am. https://forms.gle/WWESUPjwJeawFWCc7
Lincoln Lutheran Middle/High School is accepting applications for: ♦ Director of Communications and Marketing – Half-time ♦ Lincoln Lutheran Middle/High School is seeking applicants for the position of Director of Communications and Marketing. This half-time, year-round position is responsible for managing all aspects of school marketing necessary to pursue the mission of Lincoln Lutheran. Bachelor’s degree preferred – emphasis in communications, marketing, or related field a plus. Successful candidates would be detail-oriented, self-directed, and possess strong communication skills. Background in graphic design preferred but not required. Please send a cover letter and resume to Mr. Scott Ernstmeyer at email@example.com on or before Monday, July 27, 2020.
As a resource to our school families, we are planning to place an order for custom Lincoln Lutheran face masks. It is our hope these will not be necessary for the school day. Regardless of that scenario, there are also other potential needs you may have for securing masks for your family for the fall/winter. If you are interested in purchasing a mask, please fill out the form linked below. In order to receive the masks in time for the first day of school, we must submit our order on Monday, July 13th. To that end, WE NEED ALL ORDERS SUBMITTED BY 8 AM MONDAY, JULY 13. https://forms.gle/WW9jF6ECiDhWtRSj8
Lincoln Lutheran will be hosting athletic camps in July. Please see the updated schedule on www.lincolnlutherancamps.com.
Congratulations to Sue Ziegler, the 2020 LJS Prep Sports Award winner for Girls Coach of the Year and Mariah Buss, the 2020 LJS Prep Sports Award winner for Volleyball Player of the year.
Congratulations to the following students who earned High Honors and Honor Roll for the 2nd Semester of the 2019-2020 School year: High Honors: Clara Admiraal, James Admiraal, Grace Askar, Anna Barrett, Harmony Bartels, Maxwell Bartels, Leah Bassett, Alayna Bergt, Shanae Bergt, Addysen Blahauvietz, Aimee Blahauvietz, Madison Blair, Ben Blankenbiller, Matthew Blome, Rilee Brazda, Derek Brockhaus, Linh Bui, Konner Bunjer, Isabel Cardenas, Hailey Chambers, Abi Combs, Easton Cooper, Gavin Cornell, Mikaela Crable, Jonathan Dale, Edysen Dolezal, Jillian Donovan, Brayden Egge, Hannah Ernst, Addi Ernstmeyer, Brady Franzen, Grace Fry, Alayna Glenn, Christa Grimpo, Alex Halvorsen, Ella Halvorsen, Jacie Hartman, Isaac Hoffman, Rebecca Hoffman, Ensley Hoffschneider, Emily Holle, Nathan Holle, Raegan Holle, Elise Huscher, Tice Jenkins, Alexander Jurrens, Hannah Kile, Madysen Klein, Olivia Knox, Benjamin Koepke, Brighton Kollipara, Elise Kreikemeier, Lexie Kreizel, Trenton Kumm, Skylar Lappe, Sydona Lappe, Linsey Larson, Tanner Lebo, Kate Leimbach, Thomas Lorensen, Jenna Luebbe, Molli Martin, Samuel Masin, Ella Mason, Elsa Meyer, Hannah Miller, Amalia Moenning, Kien Nguyen, Carson Oerman, Mara Otte, Charis Ovwigho, Macy Pegram, Elayne Poppe, Micah Pracheil, Joshua Puelz, Addison Quicke, Leah Rathe, Cole Reilly, Hadley Reimers, Collin Rich, Noah Ringler, Adrianna Rodencal, Lena Rugsland, Elizabeth Schaedel, Janna Schmidt, Mallory Schmidt, Robert Schmidt, Samantha Scholz, Bella Sjuts, Emma Smith, Sophia Smith, Kayla Steinbauer, Noel Steinbauer, Gretchen Stennett, Seth Stowell, Alexandra Stowers, Taylor Streich, Harper Stull, Lauren Stull, Caleb Sutton, Paige Trutna, Quinn Trutna, Ethan Vander Top, Hannah Vander Top, Autumn Veen, Luke Volin, Rachael Volin, Nolan Watson, Madison Weinrich, Hannah Wertz, Jacob Wertz, Preston Wiemer, Avery Wieting, Sophie Wohlgemuth, Aden Zager, Ethan Zager Honor Roll: Aaron Barnhouse, Hattie Bennett, Annelyn Caldwell, Shae Canfield, Thomas Cosgrove, Callum Daberkow, Hudson Davis, Ashlyn DeBoer, McKenzie Derowitsch, Ty Donovan, Karissa Drewel, Joshua Duitsman, Jordan Ernstmeyer, Kolt Fiddler, Isaac Friedman, Nathan Fry, Tayven Genereux, Trey Glines, Braden Hinze, Kelly Kohlhof, Logan Lampe, Avery Larrington, Matthew Lavicky, Logan Lebo, Keri Leimbach, Gavin Loewe, Andrew Lofgren, Sonya Lueking, Wyatt Marr, Laney Mason, Jacob McClellan, Caleb Meyer, Selah Muench, Dalton Paxton, Coen Reilly, Ethan Ringler, Grady Schoettlin, Grant Stowell, Leah Stueber, Amiia Valdez, Hannah Vidnes, Jamison Wahl, Olivia Weinrich, Grant Wells, Andrew Wing, Lily Wohlgemuth, Anya Yashenko,
Celebrate Lincoln’s Class of 2020 on May 24 at 8:20 p.m. We are asking for the community’s help in honoring and celebrating this year’s graduating class. On Sunday, May 24, at 8:20 p.m. (20:20 military time), we encourage everyone in Lincoln to step outside or open their windows to cheer this year’s seniors. High school seniors will then be able to walk into their neighborhoods wearing their caps and gowns and hear the celebrations across the city.
Sports Camp Update: Along with the Governor's announcement earlier this week, the NSAA has provided guidelines as well. - As of June 1, weightroom use will be allowed. There will still be a limit of 10 people in a group. We are working on a plan that will include several groups working but in different spaces and not having interaction with each other. Those plans will be communicated when finalized. We are looking forward to having students back in here working out as soon as we are able and are committed to doing this in a safe manner. - All summer athletic camps, clinics, and open gyms for any sport are still prohibited. We are working with coaches on being prepared and having contingency plans if we are given the ok to have athletic camps and open gyms again. Ultimately, we must follow the guidelines of the NSAA. Here is the information from the NSAA: NSAA Update As a result of the Governor’s announcement on May 11, beginning June 1st NSAA member schools are permitted to open weight rooms for voluntary strength and conditioning sessions. Prioritizing the health and safety of all students and staff must remain the focus of each NSAA member school. These requirements must be followed when conducting voluntary strength and conditioning sessions: Maintain social distance by being 6 feet apart Follow gathering guidelines of groups of 10 or less students Groups of 10 or less must be pre-determined Once groups determined, students may not switch from one group to another Interaction between groups shall be avoided Sessions can only include weightlifting, running, and exercises designed to promote physical fitness. Sport-specific drills are not permitted, and sport-specific equipment may not be used. Implement diligent and effective cleaning and disinfecting of frequently touched objects and surfaces following the guidance of the CDC It is the responsibility of each NSAA member school to comply with the above requirements. Additionally, NSAA member school sponsored camps, clinics and open gyms are prohibited in any sport at this time. Should the conditions warrant, these requirements will be adjusted. Any further official updates will be posted on the NSAA website and the NSAA social media platforms. Resources: https://www.ihrsa.org/improve-your-club/safety-considerations-for-your-health-club-reopening-plan/# https://aiha-assets.sfo2.digitaloceanspaces.com/AIHA/resources/Guidance-Documents/Reopening-Guidance-for-Gyms-and-Workout-Facilitiess_GuidanceDocument.pdf
Thank you Warriors! As we welcome back students today and tomorrow to do final check outs, the students were greeted with final sidewalk chalk greetings. To all our students, teachers and parents who "got creative" and helped make online classes a success, THANK YOU! We pray you all have a safe and healthy summer.
Congratulations to the following student-athletes who earned Centennial Conference Academic All Conference Awards for the 2019-2020 school year: James Admiraal, Aaron Barnhouse, Max Bartels, Leah Bassett, Alayna Bergt, Shanae Bergt, Addysen Blahauvietz, Ben Blankenbiller, Matthew Blome, Rilee Brazda, Derek Brockhaus, Hailey Brundage, Marriah Buss, Annelyn Caldwell, Shae Canfield, Hailey Chambers, Bo Claridge, Abi Combs, Easton Cooper, Hudson Davis, Riley Dawe, McKenzie Derowitsch, Ty Donovan, Addi Ernstmeyer, Jordan Ernstmeyer, Brady Franzen, Christa Grimpo, Alex Halvorsen, Jacie Hartman, Braden Hinze, Rebecca Hoffman, Emily Holle, Raegan Holle, Elise Huscher, Tice Jenkins, Hannah Kile, Benjamin Koepke, Kelly Kohlhof, Brighton Kollipara, Owen Kreikemeier, Lexie Kreizel, Matthew Lavicky, Tanner Lebo, Kate Leimbach, Andrew Lofgren, Molli Martin, Elsa Meyer, Selah Muench, Kien Nguyen, Carson Oerman, Mara Otte, Charis Ovwigho, Macy Pegram, Elayne Poppe, Storm Portsche, Josh Puelz, Cole Reilly, Collin Rich, Zach Ringler, Ethan Ringler, Adrianna Rodencal, Janna Schmidt, Mallory Schmidt, Samantha Scholz, Emma Smith, Kayla Steinbauer, Noel Steinbauer, Gretchen Stennett, Seth Stowell, Taylor Streich, Lauren Stull, Harper Stull, Paige Trutna, Hannah Vander Top, Luke Volin, Rachael Volin, Abby Wachal, Jamison Wahl, Madison Weinrich, Grant Wells, Jacob Wertz, Aden Zager, Ethan Zager.
Congratulations to the following students who were elected to be on the 2020-2021 Student Council. 9th grade: Logan Lebo, Jenna Luebbe, Quinn Trutna, Millie Waldo 10th grade: Alex Halvorsen, Aidan Lofgren, Elsa Meyer, Seth Stowell 11th grade: Shanae Bergt, Nathan Fry, Noel Steinbauer, Aden Zager 12th grade: Grace Fahleson, Christa Grimpo, Matthew Lavicky, Kien Nguyen
Lincoln Lutheran has another State Champion! Warrior 6th grader Konner Bunjer is the 2020 6th- Grade Nebraska State Champion for the American Scholastic Challenge!! 8th Grader Clara Admiraal was the 2020 8th-Grade classroom champion at Lincoln Lutheran. The American Scholastic Challenge is a 100 question exam covering science, literature, history, geography, math, and current events. Students are only given 60 min to complete the exam. Congratulations Konner and Clara for doing their best and demonstrating academic excellence.
Congratulations to the following Basketball team players for earning Centennial Conference All-Tournament Team and All-Conference Honors. Elayne Poppe - All-Tournament Team Honorable Mention & All-Conference Josh Puelz - All-Tournament Team & All-Conference Luke Volin - All-Tournament Team Honorable Mention & All-Conference Honorable Mention Tice Jenkins - All-Conference Honorable Mention Lexie Kreizel - All-Conference Honorable Mention Shanae Bergt - All-Conference Honorable Mention
Congratulations to the following student-athletes for being awarded the NSAA's Academic All-State for Spring sports. These student athlete's maintained a 3.75 GPA and would have made significant contributions to their activity's varsity team. Lexie Kreizel-Music; Tanner Lebo-Music; Josh Puelz-Boys Track; Derek Brockhaus-Boys Track; Kayla Steinbauer-Girls Track; Kelly Kohlhof-Girls Track; Ethan Zager-Boy Soccer; James Admiraal-Boys Soccer; Alyana Bergt-Girls Soccer; Leah Bassett-Girls Soccer
Congratulations to Lexie Kreizel on recieving the KFOR 2020 Sportscasters Award. Congratulations also goes out to Lincoln Lutheran Girls' Golf Coach Mark Clanton on receiving the "Ralph Beechner Coaches of the Year"! https://www.facebook.com/KFORRADIO/videos/251892605956897/
Summer Camps: To alleviate concerns about payments made and camps getting cancelled we are making all registrations "waiting list". You will be holding your spot, but won't pay for the camp until we verify the camp will actually be held. Register at www.lincolnlutherancamps.com
Congratulations to Natalie Barrett who this week signed to play golf for Dordt University. Due to the special circumstances the signing had to be a "virtual" signing. Natalie's extended family as well as her friends and teammates joined her for the signing at her home via Zoom. We pray God's blessings on all Natalie does at Dordt and in the future!
Dear Parents, Students, and School Personnel, A little more than two weeks ago, your Lutheran Schools of Lincoln administrators met to discuss the impact of COVID-19 on our schools for the first time. Your teachers and staff quickly responded with learning resources for your child, full of hope that we would return to campus in early April. Sadly, the face-to-face reunion we anticipated is delayed yet again. Wednesday night Governor Ricketts issued a broad and statewide Directed Health Measure (DHM) directing schools across Nebraska to not return to a normal status in the current school year. Instead, schools should continue to operate for the remainder of the year without students in their buildings. This statewide DHM is certainly a disappointment, but it does clarify the path we are on for the rest of the school year. Additional information will be sent through email
Dear Parents, Students, and School Personnel, Thank you for your ongoing support of your children and our school ministry during this ever-evolving situation in our community and nation. The Lutheran Schools of Lincoln administrators met again today in an effort to share a unified communication with our school families. Lincoln and Lancaster County are now under a Directive Health Measure (DHM) until at least May 6. The Nebraska Department of Education Commissioner has strongly encouraged schools to plan to offer only distance learning instruction for the remainder of the school year. The NDE can only suggest a course of action for schools. Right now we must abide by the DHM for our local community. With a DHM in place, we know for certain we are unable to return to campus before May 7 unless renewed, extended or terminated by community leaders. We continue to hold out hope we will be able to return to our campuses, even if only briefly. It is our desire to allow families, students, and faculty time to see one another and celebrate the conclusion of a successful year together. Please check email for additional information.
Starting Monday 3/30, the school's office will be open ONLY on Monday and Thursday from 10 am -2 pm. We will be available via email every weekday. If you need to connect with someone in the office or need to pick up something from a teacher other than during those days and times, you will have to make an appointment with that person. These hours will remain in effect until conditions change. Thank you for understanding.
Congratulations to the following student-athletes for being awarded the NSAA's Academic All-State for Winter sports. These student athlete's maintained a 3.75 GPA and made significant contributions to their activity's varsity team. Seth Stowell - Speech; Luke Volin & Tanner Lebo - Boys Basketball; Kayla Steinbauer & Layne Poppe - Girls Basketball; Riley Dawe - Wrestling
Dear Parents, Students, and School Personnel, Thank you for your patience and understanding during this ever-evolving situation in our community and nation. The Lutheran Schools of Lincoln administrators met today so we could share a unified communication with our school families. While our initial hope was to have schools reopen March 30, we will follow recommendations from our government and health officials and remain closed for in-person instruction on our campuses until we learn that it is safe for students to return. Please check email for additional information.
For now, the school office will be open from 10 am - 2 pm Mon - Fri. This is the plan, but if the situation were to change will will send out another notification. We will ask that if you are feeling sick at all, please do NOT come into the school. SCRIP will run normally, but we ask again, if you aren't feeling well, please do not come in.
Dear Parents, Students, and School Personnel, Thank you for your patience and understanding during this unprecedented situation in our community and nation. Yesterday, our Lutheran Schools of Lincoln administrators spent time together assessing how to best continue the service you have come to expect from your schools. As part of that communication we emphasized this is a fluid situation and changes may be necessary. Yesterday afternoon, we received additional information that impacts our greater Lutheran Schools of Lincoln community. Based on this new information, we believe it is in the best interest of our children, families, and staff to close our schools for the next two weeks from March 16-27th. As we continue to collect information and move forward together, we encourage you to be transparent with your child’s school if you are monitoring any health situations in your home. Please watch for additional information!
If your 6-8th grade student could use some extra help in school, the Community Outreach Team is providing tutoring every Tuesday and Thursday from 3:30-4:00. High School Student Volunteers will be there to assist. Tutoring will be taking place in Mr. Wieting’s classroom. If you are a high school student and want to volunteer, we would love to see you there at 3:30. If you have questions or a desire for your child to attend, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
The following colleges have upcoming college admissions visits scheduled: March 5-Grand Canyon University March 11-University of Nebraska-Lincoln March 16-Northwest Missouri State March 19-Hillsdale College (Michigan) March 23-Concordia Nebraska This is a great way for seniors to touch base with the college they are planning to attend and for juniors to begin their college search.
Reminder: All currently enrolled students at Lincoln Lutheran will be automatically re-enrolled March 16, 2020. Any changes to enrollment need to communicated with the school office by 8 am, March 16th to avoid being charged the Registration Fee. Contact the school office with questions, or email Cori Combs at email@example.com.
On Tuesday, March 17th, a representative from Concordia Seminary in St. Louis will be at Messiah Lutheran (1800 S 84th St) to meet with any who would like to hear more about the possibility of becoming a Pastor or Deaconess. Rev. Scott Holder will be available from 3-7 pm to meet with prospective students students of all ages - elementary school through adults. A reservation is not necessary, but strongly suggested. You can call Rev. Holder at 314-505-7225 or email him at firstname.lastname@example.org to set up an appointment.
The Boy's Soccer team is in need of student managers to come to the games to take stats.The managers are welcome to come to practices but they will mainly be needed for the games. If you are interested, please contact Head Coach Dakota Judds at email@example.com.
Congratulations to our HS Cheer team as they are State Champions. To celebrate this we have an online store to buy state cheer t-shirts & sweatshirts. It will be open until Friday, March 6th. Here is the link: https://llhsstatecheerchampionship.itemorder.com/
Lincoln Lutheran's Student Council is hosting a blood drive on Wednesday, March 11th from 9:00 am to 3:00 pm. Make a difference and make your appointment today! To make an appointment go to https://www.redcrossblood.org/give.html/drive-results?zipSponsor=Lincoln%20Lutheran
Tonight's Boys Sub-district Basketball game will stream live on the LL's STRIV channel beginning at 7:30 pm. https://striv.tv/channel/lincoln-lutheran/
Warriors HS Baseball will have a parent/player meeting on Sunday, 3/1 at 6 pm in the Wahoo High School Cafeteria. If you are unable to attend please contact Coach Weyers at firstname.lastname@example.org. First practice is Monday 3/2/20.
Middle School Girls Basketball teams will be playing tonight vs. Lincoln Christian. The B team plays at 6 pm and and A team plays at 7 pm. We still have a couple of spots that need to be filled in admissions and scoreboard, please sign up here to help: https://signup.com/go/xQzNXZZ
Our Middle School Boys and Girls along with 2 of our 6th grade Champion teams will be playing the C-Club Tournament at Concordia University starting on Friday. Games will be played on Friday, Saturday and Sunday (2/21-2-23). Good luck! To see the brackets click here: https://www.cune.edu/athletics/hosted-tournaments-and-meets/c-club-basketball-tournament
The C2-2 Boys' Basketball Sub-District Tournament bracket has been published. Lincoln Lutheran will play their first game on Tuesday (2/25) at 7:30 pm at Wilber-Clatonia High School. To see the entire bracket click here: https://secure.nsaahome.org/nsaaforms/officials/bbbbrackets.php?distid=137
Van Driver's Needed! The LL Baseball team is looking for volunteers who would be willing to help drive the team van up and back to practice. The team needs to leave by 3:30 pm each day. We would like to get several drivers on rotation to help alleviate the time commitment. If you would be willing, please contact Mr. Brase ASAP at email@example.com
The C1-5 Girls' Basketball Sub-District Tournament bracket has been published. Lincoln Lutheran will play their first game on Monday (2/17) at 7 pm at Southwest High School. To see the entire bracket click here: https://secure.nsaahome.org/nsaaforms/officials/bbgbrackets.php?distid=24
The Lincoln Lutheran Wrestling Program has created a State Wrestling t-shirt/sweatshirt store with TAG. The store will close on Sunday, Feb. 16th. Please use this link to order items and support our program: https://llhsstatewrestling.itemorder.com
Last Call for Spring Driver's Ed Class! We need to make a determination whether we have enough to warrant a driver's education class starting here in April. We need to have at least 12 students signed up for the class. At this point we only have two. If you are interested, please fill out this google form by Fri. 2/14 to indicate your interest: https://forms.gle/DRNL1sp7HpkQjyvV6
40 Days for Life: Lincoln Right to Life will once again be sponsoring the 40 Days for Life Campaign from Feb 26-April 5th. If you would like to participate in this prayer vigil, there will be at Kickoff Event on Tues. Feb. 25, 2020 at 7 pm at the the Pro-Life Center on the corner of Old Cheney and S 48th St. For more information including how to sign up for prayer times, visit their website at 40daysforlife.com/Lincoln
This week we have home basketball games on Monday, Tuesday and Friday. We have a number of volunteer spots still open for each of our games. If you could lend us a helping hand, we would really appreciate you signing up. Click here: https://signup.com/go/xQzNXZZ
Last Chance! Today is the last day you can order your Singing Valentines! Valentines will be delivered on Friday. The cost is $35 and includes singing, a box of chocolates and your personal message. Order online here: https://forms.gle/pSH8yWmMiu4g8wBu8
Spring P/T Conference Save-the-Date! Parents of 7-12th graders, mark your calendars for Tuesday, March 3 for Spring Parent/Teacher conferences. Parents of 6th graders will have student-led conferences on March 3rd and 5th (note: you will only sign-up for the teacher your student DOESN'T have 1st block). A sign-up link for all conferences will be sent out via email soon. Be watching!
We have a number of home games this week. Tonight (2/3) we have Girls Reserve, Tues. it is Boys and Girls MS and Thurs is JV & V Girls. We have a number of opportunities to sign up to help out. If you can help please click here: https://signup.com/go/xQzNXZZ
Kearney Catholic will be live streaming all of the Conference basketball games on their youtube channel. Our Lincoln Lutheran varsity boys basketball team will be playing GICC at 6pm tonight. Here is the link: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC7Y5HPVZ02bT4IdWjWzvD6g
Please note that the Boys Varsity Basketball game that was postponed on 1/23 has been rescheduled for TUESDAY 2/11 at 7 pm. The Freshman boys game vs Malcolm that night has been moved to 5:30 pm. There will be no boys JV game. The Girls Basketball games that were also postponed on the 23rd have been cancelled due to conference play and scheduling conflicts.
Lincoln Lutheran will be streaming the All Lutheran School Chapel at 1:00pm today. Join us live at: https://striv.tv/channel/lincoln-lutheran/
The Wahoo/LL/Bishop Neumann Baseball team has opened an online store so you may purchase team gear. Players and fans will find items in the teams colors for sale. The sale ends Feb. 16th at midnight. https://wahoobaseball.itemorder.com/sale
After 17 rounds of intense competition, the winner of the Lincoln Lutheran Spelling Bee was Avery Wieting (8th grade) on the word 'nefarious.' Avery goes on to represent Lincoln Lutheran at the County Spelling Bee in February. The runner-up was Jonathan Dale (6th grade), and third place was Caleb Meyer (8th grade). Great job to all our spellers!
Congratulations to the MS A team Boys Basketball team on winning the 2020 Roundball tourney hosted by St. John-Seward over the weekend. They defeated Concordia-Omaha, St. John-Seward and won the championship over Christ-Norfolk 50-22. The team also placed second in the free throw contest with Jason Steider, Jang Dak, Ryan Hager, Ollie Kollipara and Ryan Bokelmann. Logan Lebo and Alex Ohnoutka placed 2nd and 3rd, respectively, in the 3-pt contest. Congratulations, boys!
If anyone missed the Spring Musical auditions this weekend, you can still audition this week until Thursday (1/30). If you are interested in the chorus, a lead role, or tech only - please reach out to schedule a time at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Lincoln Lutheran is planning to offer an April's Driver's Education class sponsored by All-Metro Driving and taught by John Bailey. We will be able to offer this class as long as we have 12 students sign up. Please take a few minutes to fill out this quick form if you are interested: https://forms.gle/DRNL1sp7HpkQjyvV6
The Lincoln Lutheran Blue Angels are hosting a Dance Clinic for students in K-5th on February 29th from 10:00am –2:00pm at Lincoln Lutheran. The cost is $30 per dancer which includes a t-shirt, lunch, poster and a snack. They will perform at the Blue Angel Show on Monday, March 2nd at 7:00pm. Please contact Paige Piper at email@example.com with questions. Here is the Registration link: https://www.lincolnlutherancamps.com/blue-angels-frozen-dance-clinic.cfm
The Lincoln Lutheran High School Choir will deliver a Singing Valentine to your friend or sweetheart on Friday, February 14th. The cost is $35 and includes singing, a box of chocolates and your personal message. Please contact Rebecca Bartelt with any questions. (firstname.lastname@example.org) Orders due by February 10th. Order online here: https://forms.gle/pSH8yWmMiu4g8wBu8
On March 27th, Lincoln Lutheran is hosting the Lincoln Lutheran Gala. Last year, the Community Outreach Leadership Team provided free child care during the event. We are hoping to do this once again. The child care will take place at Trinity Lutheran Church, which is located at 724 S 12th St. Kids can be dropped off between 5 and 6 pm, and should be picked up no later than 10:30 pm. There will be snacks and dinner served, as well as an abundance of games. The event will be run by adults and high school students from Lincoln Lutheran. To sign up go to the LL camps website linked here: //www.lincolnlutherancamps.com/free-gala-babysitting-.cfm
The Lincoln Lutheran High School Choir will deliver a Singing Valentine to your friend or sweetheart on Friday, February 14th. The cost is $35 and includes singing, a box of chocolates and your personal message. Please contact Rebecca Bartelt with any questions. (email@example.com) Orders due by February 10th. Order online here: https://forms.gle/pSH8yWmMiu4g8wBu8
Conference Basketball starts on Monday, January 27th. Lincoln Lutheran Girls (#7) will play Bishop Neumann (#10) at Lincoln Lutheran on Monday, 1/27 at 7pm. With a win they will play on Tuesday, 1/28 at 6pm at GICC. Lincoln Lutheran Boys (#5) will play Bishop Neumann (#4) on Tuesday, 1/28 at Bishop Neumann. With a win they will play on Friday, 1/31 at 6pm at Kearney Catholic.
I apologize for all the alerts today but with changes and additions of basketball games there are several volunteer opportunities on the following days. Mon: MS Girls, Fr/C & Reserve Boys; Tue: HS Girls/Boys; Thu: HS Girls/Boys; https://signup.com/go/xQzNXZZ Thanks for your help.
The rescheduled Lourdes CC JV games from 1/17 are now confirmed for tomorrow (1/21) with the following schedule. All games at Lincoln Lutheran in the main gym. 4:00 JV Girls (2 Quarters) 4:30 JV Boys 6:00 Var Girls 7:30 Var Boys
Due to low numbers for Archbishop Bergan, the JV boys game will only be two quarters on Thu. Because of this, all games will be played at Lincoln Lutheran with girls JV starting at 4:00 and the following schedule: 4:00 Girls JV 5:00/5:15 Boys JV 6:00 Var Girls 7:30 Var Boys
Remember No School Monday 1/20/20. Office will be open from 10-2 pm.
The start of the MS Girls Roundball Tournament tomorrow will now be 10:00am. If you signed up to volunteer, please check times as they have changed slightly. If you haven't signed up to help please do so if you can as we still need some more help. https://signup.com/go/xQzNXZZ
Tonight's basketball games against Lourdes CC have been postponed. The varsity games have been rescheduled to Tuesday, January 21. The JV games are TBD but still may be played next Tuesday
Lincoln Lutheran will be closed on Friday due to weather conditions. Have a safe and long weekend!
Monday, January 20th basketball Change: Due to the addition of a boys game on Monday, January 20th, we have made some changes to our game schedule. The Parkview Christian game with our Boys Freshman/C Team will now be a home game and will be played at 6:15pm. The Boys Reserve team will play York at 7:30. The Middle School Girls Basketball game with Malcolm will now be at 4:00 & 5:00. Please make sure you are signed up to get rSchool alerts.
We have several homes games and the Roundball Tournament this weekend. That means we have SEVERAL opportunities for people help out! Please take a moment to look through the sign-up page and if you can sign-up for a few of the spots we appreciate it! https://signup.com/go/xQzNXZZ
Game Time Change Alert: Monday's (1/13) basketball game times have been moved up to give people a chance to get home in time to watch the National Championship Game. Girls Reserve vs. Pius will start at 5 pm and we will have the Boys game start around 6:15 (earlier if possible). Come out to cheer our Warriors on to victory!
Attn Juniors: Cornhusker Boys and Girls State will be held at the UNL campus on May 31-June 6, 2020. This is a week long activity in government, leadership and citizenship. This is a great opportunity to make friends, sharpen your leadership skills and build your resume going into your senior year. There is an application process and the delegates are selected by the American Legion, who then sponsor the activity. If you are selected there is no cost to you. You must be able to attend the entire week. Interested students should pick up an application from the Guidance office and return them to Mrs. Frederick by Jan. 24.
We are hosting Basketball games three times this week and there are several opportunities for you to donate an hour or two. TONIGHT we need a couple people for admissions, Tuesday 1/7 - there are several open spots and Thurs. 1/9 - again we have several opportunities. Please click below to sign up and let us know when you can help. We so appreciate our parent volunteers! https://signup.com/go/xQzNXZZ
Service Hour Opportunity Monday, January 13 at Messiah Lutheran Church from 6-9 pm in the lower level youth room. Mustard Seed Ministries will be preparing hygiene kits for Days for Girls. Students are welcome to join this group for fellowship and service as we use our hands to prepare and send items that show girls in far away places the love of Jesus and His people by providing for a need. We may also be doing a little sewing which you may participate in if that is your gift or if you would like to improve your skills. Participation in this group meets service hour requirements if your application is approved in advance. Contact Wendy Rich with questions. 402.202.4990
We have admission spots available for tonight's Reserve Basketball games. We also have several empty spots for Monday's HS JV BB games and Tuesday's HS JV/V BB games. If you could lend an hour of your time please click here: https://signup.com/go/xQzNXZZ
Congratulations to the Lincoln Lutheran Powerlifting team for competing on Saturday, Dec. 21st. Dalton Paxton & Colten Waldo got 3rd, Sam Wenger got 4th and Lena Rugsland got 5th! All of these LL athletes were in the top 5 of each of their division! Pretty awesome, considering there was over 200+ kids competing.
We have several spots that need volunteers for tonight's MS Basketball game. We also have several empty spots for Saturday's HS BB games. If you could lend an hour of your time please click here: https://signup.com/go/xQzNXZZ
Thank you to everyone who signed up to assist at the Soup Supper and matches/games Friday! We so appreciate it! We still have a couple more spots to fill at the Basketball games and we would REALLY like to be able to sell Warrior Wear so people looking for last minute Christmas ideas could shop. If you could give us an hour of you time sign up: https://signup.com/go/xQzNXZZ
Friday (12/13) there will be a Booster Club Soup Supper! Soup will be served from 5 - 7:30 pm. There will be a free-will donation going towards the Basketball teams uniforms. We will need several volunteers! To help click here: https://signup.com/go/xQzNXZZ
Friday (12/13) the After School Program will be open from 3:45 until 4:30 pm. At 4:30, any student still in After School will be sent to watch the wrestling matches in the gym. Also, note that on 12/19 & 12/20 there will be NO AFTER SCHOOL CARE. We dismiss at 1:45 both days and any student left will have to stay in the commons. Please make accommodations for early pick up.
There are still LOTS of opportunities to help out and volunteer for tonight's first home Basketball games! We would also really like to be able to sell Warrior Wear. If you can help us out, please take a minute to sign up now. We are so very grateful for our volunteers. https://signup.com/go/xQzNXZZ
Service Hour Opportunity: Lori Lane is coordinating a wheelchair basketball tournament on Saturday, December 14 and Sunday, December 15, at Madonna ProActive. She is looking for some volunteers to either help run the scoreboard, shot clock and just some various jobs such as hospitality. Volunteers can have as many hours as they would like. The tournament runs 7:45 am-6:00 pm on Saturday and 7:45 am -12:00 pm on Sunday. This is a National Wheelchair Basketball Association sanctioned event at D2 level, so competition should be very good. If you are interested, please email Lori Lane at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Lincoln Lutheran is participating in the Heritage League's "Holiday of Trees". LL Art students will be decorating a tree. The display will be open for viewing on Thur. 12/5 from 10 - 8 pm and Fri. 12/6 10-7 pm. Admission is $1 and will benefit the Lincoln Music Teachers Association Music Outreach Program. You can view all the decorated trees at Westminister Presbyterian Church on the corner of Sheridan and South Streets.
Reminder that tonight's Basketball Jamboree will be played at the Seward Middle School gym. Park on the east side. Also a reminder that the Boys JV game on Thursday will be played at St. Paul Methodist at 11th & M. There is limited parking in the garage there, so metered street parking is available, or you can use the parking garages a block away.
It is Cyber Monday and LL would like you to consider the option of purchasing Warrior Wear for that hard to buy for person on your list! Place an order today and it will be here before Christmas (and no shipping costs!) Click Here: https://llhsboosters2019.itemorder.com/sale
The winter sports seasons begin with home games this week. We will be needing several volunteers to help make these seasons a success. The link below will be updated as we go along to include all the home games. Thursday's games are posted. Please help by volunteering an hour or two of your time and check back frequently for new opportunities! https://signup.com/go/xQzNXZZ
By popular demand, we are selling the "I love Lutheran Schools" shirts you may have seen Lincoln Lutheran staff wearing. To order your very own, visit our online store at: https://llhsilovelutheranschools.itemorder.com/ The store closes at 2 pm on Mon. 12/9.
Congratulations to the 2018-2019 Girls Soccer Team on receiving another post-season award! The team has received the Platinum Team Ethics Award part of the Team Pinnacle Awards from United Soccer Coaches. This designation is awarded to teams who received the Team Ethics award for no yellow or red cards, the team Academic Award as well as had a winning percentage of .75 or higher. Congratulations Ladies!
Once again, LL will be offering a Champions Wrestling program for K-8th grade boys. If you are interested or if you have a son interested in learning about wrestling or advancing basic skills we will be holding sessions from Dec. - March. Cost is $75. Sign up today! https://forms.gle/mQEgtqURp4UM9Rw3A
CUNE is offering HS track athletes the opportunity to participate in pre-season indoor track and field camps as well as an indoor track and field competition series. The camps and competitions begin in December. Registration and more information about both the camps and the competitions can be found at https://www.cune.edu/athletics/teams/track-and-field/camps/ and https://www.cune.edu/athletics/teams/track-and-field/nebraska-championship-series/
Order your Wrestling gear now! TAG has a store opened to take orders for Wrestling shirts, sweatshirts, shorts and sweatpants from now till 2 pm on Monday 11/25! Order today! https://lincolnlutheranwrestling.itemorder.com/
Congratulations to Lexie Kreizel. She signed to play volleyball for Concordia University. The signing ceremony took place in the Lincoln Lutheran gym on Wednesday, Nov. 20th. Lexie was surrounded by family, friends and coaches who have been a part of her support system through the years. We want to wish Lexie God's richest blessings on her college career.
Lincoln Lutheran's Volleyball team are State Champions. In honor of this huge accomplishment, we have opened an online store for State Champion Volleyball shirts. All orders are due by Monday, December 2nd. Here is the link. https://llhsvolleyballchamps.itemorder.com/
These Warriors were recognized for their outstanding performances at the NE State Volleyball Championships: Lincoln Journal Star: Marriah Buss and Lexie Kreizel Omaha World Herald: Marriah Buss, Paige Trutna, and Abby Wohlgemuth Marriah was also recognized for 1st team All Class Tournament team in both papers! Way to go ladies!
Congratulations to Marriah Buss. She signed to play volleyball for Wichita State University. The signing ceremony took place in the Lincoln Lutheran gym on Wednesday, Nov. 13th. Marriah was surrounded by family, friends and coaches who have been a part of her support system through the years. We want to wish Marriah God's richest blessings on her college career.
Got Tickets? If you haven't grabbed tickets yet for the Fall Drama production this weekend (Fri. 7 pm, Sat. 7 pm & Sun. 2 pm), you better get them quick! Tickets are going fast. To purchase, simply go to: https://lincolnlutheran.ludus.com/
Congrats to the Volleyball team on their win against Wahoo. Admission will be: $9 - Adults, $6 - Students Saturday, November 9 - 3 pm at Devaney. Devaney also has a clear bag policy We will be playing St. Paul and will be on the visiting side. (South)
Congratulations to the Volleyball team on their victory against Chadron. The school schedule for Friday, November 8th will now be an early dismissal of 1:30 pm for ALL students. There is NO after school care and the office will also close at 1:30 pm. Friday's game is at PBA at 3:00 pm. There is a clear bag policy and fans should sit on the visitor side, south court 108/109.
If you can't make it out to the Lincoln Lutheran VB game tonight at NorthStar, you can stream the game, as well as all state volleyball games by going here: https://www.nfhsnetwork.com/associations/nsaa There is a subscription fee, but it covers all the games at State.
Grab your tickets for the Fall Drama Production TODAY! Come enjoy an evening (or afternoon) of fun drama as the LL Drama Dept. present BOTH a Middle School production as well as a HS One Act! Tickets are $5. Purchase here https://lincolnlutheran.ludus.com/ TODAY!!
COT Service Event! 19:14 Party for Kids with Disabilities Students, we need you! If you are 14 years or older, we would appreciate if you signed up to volunteer with our upcoming event to help kids with disabilities. This will be a 2-hour party where volunteers will be a one-on-one buddies with a child. There will be dancing, games, and snacks for everyone to enjoy! The event is on November 23, at Faith Lutheran Church & School from 2:00-4:00 pm. We would also love having parents to work with the food and drink. This will count for service hours and you can use parent hours as well! With enough volunteers, this event will surely be a success and help a lot of kids have a fun time! Hope to see you there! Sign up here: https://forms.gle/xmcaT6PJ6sGTPVqC9
The State Volleyball Schedule has been posted and this is how things are looking. LL will face Chadron in the first round at 7:30 pm on Thursday (11/7) at NorthStar High School. With a LL win, the Warriors will play at 3 pm in the Pinnacle Bank arena on Friday (11/8). If that is the case, school will be dismissed at 1:30 pm on Friday with no after school care. Watch for a text alert Thursday evening after the game!
Congrats to the Lincoln Lutheran Volleyball team for making it to State. All orders MUST BE in by Monday, 11/4 by 2 pm. NO LATE ORDERS will be accepted. Please use the link to order your items. https://llhsstatevolleyball.itemorder.com/
The Varsity Volleyball District Final game on Saturday 11/2 at 5pm will be on Striv.tv if you can't make the game. It will be streamed live on https://striv.tv/channel/lincoln-lutheran/
Congratulations to the Warriors Volleyball team as they went 2-0 in Sub-District play! They are advancing to the Sub-State, or District Championships on Saturday. There are 16 teams remaining and the top 8 teams will advance to the NE State Volleyball Tournament next week. On Tuesday the team defeated Milford 3-1, with scores of 25-12, 24-26, 25-13, 25-18. Marriah Buss led in kills with 32, followed by Abi Wohlgemuth with 11 and Abby Wachal with 10. Ashlyn DeBoer and Mara Otte contributed a combined total of 59 set assists. Molli Martin was a part of 8 blocks, followed by Sami Scholz in on 5. Lexie Kreizel put up 31 digs on defense. The team had 9 ace serves, 3 from Kreizel and 3 from DeBoer. Nice team effort by players on the court and bench cheering on the Warriors!!Total team effort! Keep up the nice work in to Sub-State on Saturday!!
Congratulations to the Lincoln Lutheran Warriors Volleyball team on their win over Lincoln Christian at the C1-5 Sub-districts last night. The Warriors vs. Crusaders match was a tight one with the game going to 5 sets. The Warriors came out on top! Lincoln Lutheran plays tonight at 7:30 pm vs. the Milford Eagles at the Freeman Center. You can watch the game on the LL STRIV Channel: https://striv.tv/channel/lincoln-lutheran/
The 2019 Cross-Country season came to an end Friday (10/25) with the State Meet at Kearney. Alayna Bergt ran a strong race with her second fastest time of the season of 22:21, finishing in 53rd place. Alayna had a remarkable season improving almost every week, she finishes as Lincoln Lutherans third fastest 5K female runner. Tanner Lebo finished his four year career at State with a strong 18:36 and 54th place. Tanner finished his career with Lincoln Lutheran posting as its 13th fastest 5K time ever. Congratulations on great seasons!
The Class C1-5 Volleyball Sub-district Tournament Bracket has been published. Lincoln Lutheran will play it's first game on Monday, 10/28 at 7:30 pm at the Freeman Center in York, NE. They will play the winner of the Lincoln Christian vs. Raymond Central game. You can find the bracket here: https://secure.nsaahome.org/nsaaforms/officials/vbbrackets.php?distid=42
We need to know by tomorrow whether we have enough high school boys to form an indoor soccer team this winter. All high school boys interested should fill out this google form: https://forms.gle/5diQqY5ZKMkFFWJX8
The high school volleyball teams have had a successful week! On Tuesday evening the HS Varsity team defeated Beatrice 25-14, 25-20. They then went on to defeat Class B #2 ranked Norris 26-24, 20-25, 25-21. That was a very exciting match of volleyball! On Monday the Reserves team went 1–1, defeating Beatrice, and putting up a good fight against Norris. The JV team beat Beatrice 2-0 and then went on to defeat Norris 2-1 to cap off their season. Great job ladies!
Lincoln Lutheran will be hosting a Red Cross blood drive on Monday, November 4. Please consider donating your time and blood, which could potentially save the lives of up to 3 people. Additionally, for every successful blood donation, $10 will be gifted to Chapter 25. Chapter 25 is an organization that packages dehydrated meals and sends them across the world to people in need. Schedule an appointment: https://www.redcrossblood.org/give.html/drive-results?zipSponsor=lincoln%20lutheran Appointments can be scheduled within the time frame of 9:00am to 4:00pm.
Lincoln Lutheran is participating in activities to support Lutheran Family Services, here's your chance to join in! On Sunday October 27, 2019 there will be a "Dine In & Donate" at Granite City. Granite City will donate 20% of your check to Lutheran Family Services, simply reference "Dine and Donate".
Lincoln Lutheran Varsity Volleyball won the Lincoln Christian Tournament on Saturday by going 4-0, and not dropping a set! The 29-3 Warriors defeated Lincoln Christian 25-7, 25-22; Elmwood Murdock 25-14, 25-8; David City Aquinas 25-10, 25-14; and then Auburn 25-14, 25-23 in the 5 team pool play tournament. Tough serving was key for the Warriors as they had 30 ace serves on their opponents for the day! Keep up the great work Warriors, heading in to the end of regular season play.
This Friday is our final home Football Game. The game starts at 7:30 - gates will open at 6:45. We still could use some help with admissions and another person to sell Warrior Wear. To help out please use this link: https://signup.com/go/xQzNXZZ Thank you for a great season volunteers! Go Warriors!
Congratulations to the Lincoln Lutheran MS Volleyball A Team on being Champions in the Class A-1 2019 Middle School Lutheran State Volleyball Tournament! The team won against Trinity Fremont: 25-14, 25-10; St. John's Battle Creek: 26-24, 25-18; Christ Norfolk: 25-14, 25-21. Congratulations girls on a great season!
The Warriors Cross Country Team competed at the D-1 Districts Thursday at Camp Kateri in McCool Junction. Alayna Bergt and Tanner Lebo both qualified for the State Meet next Friday in Kearney with 9th place finishes. Alayna ran a personal best and school third best time all time in the 5K distance with a time of 22:11. Tanner Lebo also ran a personal best in 18:15. The girls finished in 7th place. Additional girls’ finishers were Chloe Waldo, 34th, 24:56 PR, Kayla Steinbauer, 36th, 25:05, and Elsa Meyer, 66th, in a time of 31:08. The boys’ ran a strong race finishing 6th with numerous personal bests (PR), finishers were Ben Blankenbiller, 23rd, 19:19, Brady Franzen, 34th, 19:41 PR, Jacob Wertz, 55th, 20:39 PR, Bo Claridge, 61st, 20:57 PR, and Matthew Wing, 66th, with a time of 21:11 PR.
October marks the beginning of the Food Bank’s annual food collection contest between schools in the Lincoln area. This event will take place at Lincoln Lutheran until November 4th. Each Access and AP will be collecting non-perishable food items to provide for those in need. There will be two prizes for the winning AP/Access: "Highest Pound-per-Student Ratio" and "Best Sculpture". We will be weighing and showing off your artistic skills the morning of November 4th during a special AP/Access time (using the Morning Assembly schedule). Thanks for your donations! --The LL Stuco
Lincoln Lutheran is proud to be hosting the annual Nebraska State Lutheran MS Volleyball Invitational this Saturday. We will be hosting 27 teams from 17 different Lutheran schools. That is a lot of volleyball and we need volunteers to help make it a great experience for all these players and their parents. If you could volunteer for a couple of hours, we would really appreciate it! We are happy to provide training if you are unsure about something. To sign up simply click here: https://signup.com/go/xQzNXZZ Hope we get to see you Saturday!
Lincoln Lutheran had two golfers shoot personal-best scores on Tuesday. Another Lutheran golfer, who had just taken up the game, gave the team a major boost on the first day. It all came together in the form of a state championship. The Warriors didn't let go of their first-round lead, and shot a 765 to win the Class C girls state golf tournament at Lake Maloney Golf Club in North Platte. Lutheran junior Grace Fahleson, who shot a 90 on Monday, came back and shot a personal-best 83 in tougher conditions Tuesday. She finished tied for seventh. Sophomore Rachael Volin shot a personal-best 90 in the final round and finished with a 185 for the tournament to place 16th. Senior Hannah Ernst, who started playing competitive golf for the first time two months ago, shot a 100 on Monday, which was a key score.
Today at 2 pm is the deadline to order the "Knockout Cancer" shirts. To order simply click on this link: https://llhsfightlikeawarrior.itemorder.com/sale
On Sunday, October 20th from 3-5 pm @ LL, the Lutheran Schools of Lincoln will be hosting a "Funtober" Fest for students grades K-5. There will be a number of stations/activities at the event and we need a number of students to help us out by manning those stations. If you are looking for a way to serve, please sign up using this link: https://forms.gle/fDQ4JxsghtUoipe88 Contact Kristin Bennet in the office if you have questions.
The Warriors won their first Conference Championship since 2005! The Warriors accomplished this without dropping a set throughout the whole tournament. They had a sweep in the opening night of pool play out at Hastings St. Cecilia. In the first match they had a nice come from behind win, after trailing 23-16 in the first set, Marriah Buss added 5 ace serves to help clinch the first set over Concordia Omaha 28-26. The Warriors then cruised in the second set 25-9 to seal the win. Buss led in kills with 12, Abby Wachal added 8 kills, Lexie Kreizel 9 digs, Ashlyn DeBoer had 13 set assists, and Paige Trutna contributed 11. In the second match of the evening, Lincoln Lutheran also defeated Kearney Catholic 25-18, 25-11. Hannah Kile had 3 ace serves, Marriah Buss 14 kills, Lexie Kreizel 8 digs, Paige Trutna had 14 set assists, and Ashlyn DeBoer added 11. On Saturday the team finished their pool play matches today by defeating Fremont Bergan 25–15, 25-21. Marriah Buss lead in kills with 15, Raegan Holle added 3 ace serves, Lexie Kreizel put up 11 digs, Paige Trutna had 14 set assists followed by Ashlyn DeBoer with 12. The Warriors had a very exciting second match of the day with the top seed St. Cecilia. The Warriors won the first match 25-22, and then after trailing in the second set came back and won the match 29–27. Buss lead with 16 kills, and Trutna and DeBoer each had 13 set assists and DeBoer had 5 blocks. In the championship match, between two teams that were undefeated in their pools, Lincoln Lutheran swept GICC 25-19, 25-22. Buss put up a team high 27 kills, DeBoer contributed 4 aces and 8 digs. Trutna had 17 set assists. Congrats Warriors! The team is now 24-3 on the season.
Crete/LL softball team started off slow in the 1st game of the best of 3 series on Saturday. They struggled to get the bats going, while Gering hit 3 home runs. The cardinals lost 6-1. But in Game 2 the bats came alive and the Cardinals won, 13-0 in 3 innings. In game 3, the Cardinals kept the momentum going and won 11-0 in 4 innings to win 2 of the 3 games and qualify for the State softball tournament. Play begins Wednesday in Hastings.
Coach Sue Ziegler picked up her 400th career victory when Lincoln Lutheran went 2-0 in pool play Thursday at the Centennial Conference Tournament in Hastings. "I'm inspired every day by the players and my assistant coaches. I feel very blessed to be a part of that culture on a daily basis," Ziegler said. "It keeps me going every day. I've had some great student-athletes throughout the years that I feel very fortunate to be a part of whether it be through teaching or coach. Many (coaching) assistants that have turned into long-term relationships. Relationships over the years that have left many memories for many years to come." "Our word for the day was smart. To play smart and stay in the moment and do our best," Ziegler said. "I kept reminding of them of that when we were down. Don't worry about win or lose, stay in the moment and stay focused."
From October 14th to the 25th, the Community Outreach Team is hosting a coin drive that will benefit the Pregnancy Center. The Pregnancy Center is a nonprofit organization that councils women who are considering having an abortion. They also provide financial assistance, supplies needed for before, during and after pregnancy, and adoption resources. Students will be asked to put any spare change that they can find into a baby bottle that will be located in every Access/AP. Last year we raised over $700 doing this event, but this year we would like to surpass that number. Make sure to bring your change to school!
Lincoln Lutheran Student Council & the Varsity Cheerleaders are partnering to Knock Out Cancer! Together they are doing a t-shirt fundraiser for a "Pink out" game on Friday, October 25th for the last varsity home football game. All proceeds from the fundraiser will go to the Pink Ladies of Lincoln Foundation to support help support local patients of a life-threatening cancers & illness along with victims fleeing from domestic violence. To order your shirt, go to: https://llhsfightlikeawarrior.itemorder.com/sale All orders are due by Tuesday, October 15th at 2 pm. Shirts will be available for pick up on Thursday, October 24th.
No MS Football or HS Girls Softball today due to rain. MS Football has been rescheduled to Thursday @ 5 pm. The Softball games will not be rescheduled.
Quick reminder that because we have a guest speaker tomorrow October's Late Start is scheduled for NEXT WEEK - Oct. 9! Tomorrow we start right at 8 am! Parents are welcome to join us for the speaker at either 9:30 or 11:00 am.
Can't make it to a home game at Lincoln Lutheran? Home Varsity games can be watched on Striv.tv. Lincoln Lutheran varsity home games are on https://striv.tv/channel/lincoln-lutheran/
Fall 40 Days for Life campaign begins on Sept. 25 and goes thru Nov 3. This is a concentrated prayer effort to end abortion here in Lincoln. Life Chain 2019 will be on Sunday, October 6th from 2:30-3:30. Life Chain is a silent one hour of Prayer Vigil. Trinity Lutheran Church stands on the NE corner of 48th & O, stretching down to the Hy-Vee. This is a peaceful, prayerful event and signs are provided.
The Community Outreach Team (COT) is partnering with Jacob’s Well to help distribute food to those who are less fortunate. The event is October 5, at 9:00am – 11:00am (sometimes ends earlier). It will be located at First Presbyterian Church (18th and F St). If you would like to help us serve those in need, please email Tice Jenkins (email@example.com) letting him know the names of individuals who are planning to attend or you can simply sign up on the bulletin board across from the upstairs bathroom in the main building. NOTE: If you drive your own car please park at least one block away from the church, so those in need have the best spot.”
Lincoln Lutheran is pleased to announce that we have hired a new Drama Director for both the Middle School and High School! Justin Minchow will be heading up our Drama programs. We will have a more complete biography for him in the days to come, but we wanted to let everyone know as we are prepping for MS Play and HS One-Act Try-outs! Save the date for Sunday, Oct. 6th: Middle Schools students will audition from 2-4 pm with High School students coming for auditions from 4-6 pm. Location is TBA, but will be somewhere in the school.
Chick-Fil-A Chicken Sandwiches are coming to LL Concessions starting this week! Come cheer our Warriors on to victory and "Eat More Chick'n!"
Picture Day is TOMORROW! All students will be getting their pictures taken. Order pictures TODAY by going to: http://mylifetouch.com Enter Picture Day ID: BN209107Q0 Order deadline for pictures is Friday!
All 3 high school volleyball teams had their season-opening matches Thursday 8/29 at Waverly. The JV and Fr/Reserves teams each took a set from the opponents. The Varsity team battled in an exciting 1st set to the top-ranked, Class B Vikings, before falling 0-3. All three teams will be back in action on Tuesday for the home opener with Raymond Central. Come out and support the Warriors!
LL Warriors Volleyball - Tonight is the season opener! Games: R & JV @ 5:30 pm - V @ 6:30 pm - Waverly High School. Can't make it to the game? - watch on STRIV: https://striv.tv/channel/waverly/
SERVICE OPPORTUNITY! The Community Outreach Team (COT) has provided a service event partnering with Jacob’s Well to help distribute food to those who are less fortunate. The event is September 7, at 9:30am. It will be located at First Presbyterian Church (18th and F St). If you would like to help us serve those in need, please email Tice Jenkins (firstname.lastname@example.org) letting him know the names of individuals who are planning to attend.
Phoenix Training will be having some sessions for the fall sports athletes and for the non-fall season athletes. Some sessions will be with the fall sport athletes but all athletes are welcome. Monday-3:30-5:00 pm (3-30 minute sessions available) Wednesday-3:30-5:00 pm (2-45 minutes sessions available) Thursday-3:30-4:15 pm (1-45 minute session available) Friday-6:45-7:30 am (1-45 minute session available)
Show your support for the Middle School Volleyball Program by ordering shirts! The TAG storefront will be open for orders until Sept. 3rd at 2 pm. To order shirts simply clicking: https://llmsvolleyball.itemorder.com/
Picture Day for all grades will be on September 6th beginning right at 8 am. You will need order pictures BEFORE Sept. 6th. Order at http://mylifetouch.com Enter UPDATED Picture Day ID: BN209107Q0
The 24th Annual Warrior Classic Golf Tournament will be Fri., Sept. 27, 2019 at Woodland Hills Golf Course at 10:00 AM. Reserve your team or make a donation by contacting Kristin Bennett email@example.com Or go to: http://www.lincolnlutheran.org/support/events/warrior-classic
Please consider joining the Prayer Warrior team to support the Lincoln Lutheran community. You will receive a weekly email with prayer requests for our teachers, staff, and students. If you would like to be part of this team, please email Alicia Admiraal (firstname.lastname@example.org).
If you are interested in taking Driver's Education beginning October 28th and held at Lincoln Lutheran, please fill out this Google Form by Sept. 7, 2019: https://forms.gle/jyMJePQLbK8Twu2PA
Volunteers are needed for our fall home games. If you could donate a couple of hours we would greatly appreciate it. To sign up click here: https://signup.com/go/xQzNXZZ