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It a time when we as a school spend some time reflecting, learning and acting on God's gift of Life and the respect that gift demands. What happens? On Monday, students received a magnet on their lockers and on Tuesday they received a pamphlet on awareness of "Milestones of Early Life" in homeroom. On Wednesday, Pastor Fleischmann from Christian Life Resources speaks to JR and SR religion classes, and Kim Winters addresses the FR and SO religion classes. Thursday and Friday feature more handouts for the students. Please ask your children about what they heard and received this week. Use it to trigger your own family's confirmation of the God-ordained value of human life.
Wheelchair basketball demo+
Another event that ties well with Life Week and parents are welcome to attend happens this Thursday, January 17 at 2:15 pm, when the UW-W Wheelchair Basketball program comes to Lakeside. The whole student body gets a chance to see the team in action, and some will see what it's like to play. Our students hear about challenges and victories for people with unique circumstances and learn that one's "quality of life" does not have to be diminished by physical limitations.
The Lakeside-hosted Lutheran Grade School Basketball Tournament is coming up this February 15-17. Based on the positive response to our first try last year, we plan to again produce a full-color program that provides a fun, memorable souvenir – not just for grade school players and their families, but for all the current Warrior basketball players as well, since they are featured as alums on their grade school pages, with photos of them in uniform and/or action. (See an online version of last year’s program.) Would you or someone you know be interested in helping us close the gap for this 28-page full-size booklet, either as an individual, family or business? For a minimum of $35, a donor receives a business card-size ad space in the program. The ad could be an actual business card from a business, or it could be a message to a team -- grade schools and/or Lakeside. This program reaches hundreds of families, Lakeside and 17 grade schools across the area. We can help figure out what the ad space could say, or scan an existing business card. We need to hear from you by January 28 (e-mail email@example.com). Thanks for your support~
For various reasons, a number of high schools in the SE Wisconsin area had a number of drop outs for their November Focus trips. Because of this, MLC is offering all of these schools a chance to send up another group of juniors and seniors to its Focus on Ministry event on February 7-9.
A coach bus would leave from Kettle Moraine Lutheran High School on Thursday, February 7th around 9:00 AM. Winnebago students would be transported down to KML to join that bus. The bus arrives at Lakeside Lutheran High School at 10:15 AM. Students from Shoreland and Wisco would be transported to Lakeside to meet up with the bus. The bus would depart Lakeside by 10:30 AM to arrive at MLC around 4:30 PM.
Have you ever wondered what true forensics actually is? (Hint: It’s not only on CSI)
Then turn the T.V. off and come enjoy some live entertainment
What would you like to hear?
If any, or all, of these sound interesting to you do we have Great news for you.
For the second straight year The Lakeside Lutheran Forensics Team is presenting an open house of entertainment for 1 night only.
Come and experience what one of the best forensics teams in the state has to offer as they hone their skills preparing for their State Competition @ U.W. Madison.
When: Wednesday, April 10
Where: Lakeside Lutheran High School
Time: 6-8 PM Performances
6 acts per room, per hour…..see 12 different pieces in 2 hours
Cost: NOTHING….If you wish……a freewill donation will be collected to be used to offset costs for the State Tournament at U.W. Wisconsin April 19
Light refreshments will be offered.
April 17 is Spring Grandparents Day here at Lakeside! Grandparents or special "grand" friends of sophomores and seniors are invited to spend the morning in fellowship and fun! Download the registration form here or call Bari at 920-648-2321 x2223
All families and friends are invited to the east gym this Sunday evening at 7 PM, when the the musical selections range from a spiritual and African folksong to popular music from the 50's to the present, including Lion King and Pirates of the Caribbean soundtracks. Several student soloists are featured. Immediately following the concert is a reception in the cafeteria for the retiring Mr. Ken Westphal, Lakeside's technical education teacher for over 40 years. You are encouraged to stop by after the concert and enjoy a time of fellowship as you greet Ken.
Please join us at a reception in honor of Sharon Yanggen in the Lakeside Lutheran cafeteria on July 14, 2013,
from 1–4 PM.
As Lakeside bids a fond farewell to this dear face daily in the office, it seems appropriate to go into history to share a few parting thoughts. Sharon attended the Cornerstone Laying Service and Service of Dedication for Lakeside in 1963, along with over 4,000 other supporters of Christian secondary education. On September 8, 1964, she began as secretary at LLHS. “As the school grew, the hours did become long sometimes, but it was always a joy to serve,” says Sharon. Many things have changed since that first day: there were no sidewalks, no paved parking lot (only gravel and sand), no homes across the street. Each day began with chapel in the cafeteria (they stood). At lunch time they all prayed and ate together in one period. Roller-skating parties, ski trips, creation science trips, faculty-senior basketball games have given way to more musical and athletic events. But some things never change. Says Sharon, “Students come in as apprehensive freshmen and leave as young adults grounded in God’s Word, ready to face the challenges of the world. Through eight different principals, dozens of faculty and staff and hundreds of board members, all have had one purpose: to serve faithfully with gifts God has given them, and I have had the privilege to work for each of them.”
“When someone works in ministry 49 years, it is truly a act of selfless love. Lakeside can never thank Sharon enough for all she has done. We simply give thanks to God for her, and we wish her God’s richest blessings in her retirement.” —Principal Jim Grasby
The Watertown Health Department has in the past offered special dates for our students to get up-to-date with immunizations. When info becomes available, you'll be able to download complete details here
Most recent clinics:
September 25, 2012, 3-6 PM: TB skin testing only
September 27, 2012 3-6 PM: vaccination clinic
Be reminded that current immunization records are required at the visit, along with parental consent for those under 18, and a $10.00 (Watertown residents) or $15.00 (non-resident) fee.