Lakeside Advantage Magazine
1st-2nd Grade Activities from Advantage magazine 2020 issue 1
(Mr. Lauber has lots of seed packets left—email email@example.com and he’ll get some to you for this!)
What do plants need in order to grow? Watch this 25-sec bit.ly/LLSeedGrowVid
Is it possible to grow plants without dirt? Watch the at bit.ly/LLhydroponics
What are the different levels of soil? Check out this vid: bit.ly/LLSoilLayersVid
Advantage Contests for K-8 past contests and winners
#21 2020 Issue 1 Learning at Home Like a Warrior
Winner: William Hemling,
St. Stephen, Beaver Dam, 8th grade
Winner: Lily Montez, St. Paul, Lake Mills, 8th grade
Winner: Kayla Boll, Eastside, Madison, 4th grade
See all the photos from Learning at Home here . . .
#20 2019 Issue 3 Take your best shot!
Take your best shot!
They shot. They scored! As our Warrior basketball players took their best shots on the court this season, our grade school friends took their best shot on guessing how many total points both varsity teams would score combined throughout all their games.
They also broke it down for us—girls v. boys—so we could break a tie.
Total points scored: 2588
Congrats to our Gold winner who got the EXACT total number of combined points. (So very close on boys & girls too!)
William Hirschfeld, St. Paul, Lake Mills, 5th grade
Total: 2588 (Girls: 1200 Boys: 1388)
William Hemling, St. Stephen’s, Beaver Dam, 7th grade
Total: 2568 (Girls: 1181 Boys: 1387 exactly!)
Kayla Hirschfeld, St. Paul, Lake Mills, 7th grade
Total: 2557 (Girls: 1187 Boys: 1370)
Green (runner up)
Kammeron Magritz, St. John, Jefferson, 7th grade
Total: 2548 (Girls: 1224 Boys: 1324)
#19 2019 Issue 2 Design an LL Sticker
Top sticker designs
#18 2019 Issue 1 Where in the school was Mr. Lauber?
#18 2019 Issue 1
Where in the school was Mr. Lauber?We put Mr. Lauber's photo in 8 places around the Lakeside campus. Students named the area of the school, closest room or hallway where the photo was taken.
#17 2018 Issue 3 Decades of Faithfulness
#17 2018 Issue 3
Decades of Faithfulness
#16 2018 Issue 2 What do you want to be?
#16 2018 Issue 2
What do you want to be?
That was our question to you over the summer, and you sent us drawings and photos that showed your imaginings for what might be when you are older. (Advantage #16 contest 2018 issue 2)
Micah Johnson, 2nd grade, Peace, Sun Prairie
Natalie Popp, 5th grade, Our Redeemer
Violet Herbrand, 2nd grade, Eastside Madison
Ian Marthaler, 6th grade, Holy Cross, Madison
Kayla Boll, 1st grade, Eastside, Madison
#16 2017 Issue 3 LLHS Guess-O-Rama
#16 2017 Issue 3
Winner: Amelia Povich, Westside Christian, Middleton 6th grader (total of 1,814)
Greta Pingel, Peace, Sun Prairie 8th grader
Justus Backus, St. Mark, Watertown Kindergartener
Jonathan Schrock, St. Paul, Ixonia 6th grader
Sara Scott, St. Matthew, Janesville 8th grader
Heidi Schwertfeger, Eastside, Madison 6th grader
#15 2018 Issue 1 Celebrate STEM Word Search
#15 2018 Issue 1
Celebrate STEM Word Search
Future Warriors searched up, down, forward, and on the diagonal to find and circle the hidden "Science, Technology, Engineering and Math" words.Winner of a $200 tuition credit: Caitlin Weiland Zion, Columbus 6th grader
LLHS Summer Reading Contest
LLHS Summer Reading Contest
Winner: Violet Larson, Peace, Sun Prairie 4th grader
The job was to write a funny or original caption for this photo.
Our K–8 readers found this contest challenging, but we were very happy to announce our winner:
Winner: Lillian Brey, a 3rd grader from Zion, Columbus
In celebration of the LES basketball tournament on the LL campus in February 2017,
We asked K-8 students to guess . . .How many total donuts can 8 high school students eat in one minute?
The answer? 42!
(Think it's low? We did too! In their defense, the donuts were day-old and so were a bit chewy!)
Joey Dretske, Eastside (5th grade)
Ryan Surges, St. Matthew, Oconomowoc (7th Grade)
Markenna Bittorf, TSL (3rd grade)
Rock Painting/Decorating Contest (#10)
Kayla Plitzuweit (4th) | St. Matthew, Oconomowoc
Grace Plitzuweit (6th) | St. Matthew, Oconomowoc
Brooke Parkhurst (5th) | TSL, Watertown
Kendra Blake (8th) | St. John, Jefferson
Hannah Uttech (7th) | St. Mark, Watertown
Barb Zank (A) | St. John, Juneau
Becky Retzlaff (A) | Zion, Columbus
Tuition credit winner: Hannah Uttech
This coloring contest of a supplied drawing of the LLHS stained glass window was open to students in 2015-16 grades K–8, and adults. Two winners from each K–8 level were chosen based on criteria including creativity and visual appeal. All K–8 winners are awarded prizes such as Warrior t-shirts or other LLHS premiums. The 2 adult winners are awarded Warrior Wear. One entry was chosen randomly from the winners for a tuition credit applicable in the first semester of attendance at LLHS (non-transferable).
K-2 Rylan Heine (St. Paul, Fort) & Joshua Kraus (St. Paul, Ft)
3-4 Ambria McCrary (Peace, Sun Prairie) & Kayla Plitzuweit (St. Matthew, Oconomowoc)
5-6 Kyle Wardall (St. Paul, Lake Mills) & Madeline Tiedt (Holy Cross, Madison)
7-8 Emily Godwin (Holy Cross, Madison) & Graham Hatcher (St. Matthew, Oconomowoc)
Adult Mary Hatcher (St. Matthew, Oconomowoc) & Barbara Zank (St. John, Juneau)
The $200 tuition credit winner, randomly chosen from all winning entries, is: Kayla Plitzuweit!
Winner with a guess of 2,480 degrees: Faith Retzlaff, grade 6 • Zion, Columbus
2,471 degrees: Julie Koch, grade 8 • Trinity-St. Luke, Watertown
2,463 degrees: Natalie Popp, grade 2 • Our Redeemer, Madison
2,444 degrees: Logan Preskar, grade 5 • St. John, Juneau
Abby Buxa, grade 8, St. Matthew, Oconomowoc
Graham Hatcher, grade 6, St. Matthew, Oconomowoc
Ella Ristow, grade 3, TSL, Watertown
Molly Chopp, grade 2, St. Paul, Lake Mills
Bridget Cichanofsky, grade 4, St. Mark’s, Watertown
Logan Scheiber, grade 8, TSL, Watertown
At 3 pm on March 31, 2014, Mr. Lauber took a look and saw only grass.
That means our 9 official winners are:
Caitlin Condon, 7th, St. John, Juneau
Katie DeGalley, 2nd, TSL, Watertown
Tyler Degner, 7th, St. Mark, Watertown
Sarah Holcomb, 5th, St. Paul, Fort Atkinson
Ana Christina Iglesias, 5th, St. Mark, Watertown
Aaron Lindert, 4th, TSL, Watertown
Jeremy Nehls, 8th, St. John, Juneau
Natalie Raymond, 3rd, Peace, Sun Prairie
Abby Smith, 2nd, St. John, Jefferson
All nine winners will receive Lakeside gift bags; 3 names were randomly selected to also receive $200 LLHS tuition credit, and the other 6 will receive a Subway giftcard. Letters will go out to families, and prizes will be distributed when Mr. Lauber visits your schools at the end of this month. Congratulations to the good guessers, and thanks to the hundreds who participated!
"Pass It On 2" video clip contest winners announced (#4)
See the Pass It On 2 video here. Thanks to all who participated!
Winners, in alphabetical order:
Isabella Collins, gr 6, Peace, Sun Prairie: flash drive
Sophia Collins, gr 8, Peace, Sun Prairie: flash drive/$200 tuition credit
Micaela Cooley, gr 2, Zion, Columbus: calculator/$200 tuition credit
Jordan Gade, gr 8, St. Paul, Lake Mills: flash drive
Graham Hatcher, gr 5, St. Matthew, Oconomowoc: flash drive
Sarah Johnson, gr 5, St. John, Watertown: flash drive/$200 tuition credit
Emily Meiller, gr 5, Holy Cross, Madison: flash drive/$200 tuition credit
James Neuberger, gr 8, St. Paul Lake Mills: flash drive
Adela Ramirez, gr 1, Parkside, Milwaukee: calculator/bear
Faith Retzlaff, gr 4, Zion, Columbus: calculator/bear
Grace Retzlaff, gr 1, Zion, Columbus: calculator/$200 tuition credit
Lakeside is the perfect combination of Faith, friends, and donuts!
Austin Schultz, grade 8 at St. Matthew, Janesville $200 tuition credit (selected)
I like that Lakeside has two hour delays AND snow days.
Sarah Fisher, grade 3 at Our Redeemer, Madison $200 tuition credit (selected)
I like that Lakeside has good sportsmanship when they play opposing teams to show the love of God to all.
Logan Pampel, grade 5 at St. John, Jefferson $10 WalMart (selected)
One of the reasons I like Lakeside is the concerts—they are such a wonderful way to praise our Lord through music.
Maria Werre, grade 7 at Peace, Sun Prairie $10 Pizza Hut (selected)
I love PC's classroom! It always reminds me that Jesus is the one and only real-life superhero.
Caleb Lindert, grade 8 at TSL, Watertown $10 Arbys (selected)
I like Lakeside because all the students and teachers are Christian like me, with all the classes being taught with God's Word at the center.
Adam Peters, grade 8 at TSL, Watertown $200 tuition credit (random)
I love the big gym and enjoy running on the court after the games.
Brielle Leis, grade 1 at St. Paul, Ixonia $200 tuition credit (random)
I like Lakeside Lutheran because they teach about God's grace.
Faith Retzlaff, grade 3 at Zion, Columbus $10 WalMart (random)
I like that some times for Physical Ed you can go sledding.
Jennica Jensen, grade 6 at St. John, Juneau $10 Pizza Hut (random)
I like Lakeside because it’s a fantastic school that has extremely good academics to help me and others in our future.
Kendall Fields, grade 8 at St. Andrew, Middleton $10 Arbys (random)
The winners, chosen randomly from all eligible entries by Mrs. Yanggen and Mrs. Staude, are:
Carson Brumm, grade 6, St. John, Jefferson
Haley Kooiman, grade 8, St. Paul, Lake Mills
Lindsey Leipold, grade 7, St. Peter, Helenville
Winners of our first contest (Winter 2011) announced!
Thanks to students from the following schools for participating in the search and find for Lakeside items in the school:
St. Paul, Fort Atkinson; St. Matthew, Janesville; St. John, Juneau; St. Paul, Lake Mills; Holy Cross, Madison; Peace, Sun Prairie; St. John, Waterloo and Trinity–St. Luke, Watertown.
Winners were selected at random from all the correctly answered entries.
1st place winner ($250 tuition credit): Kaity Birkholz, 7th grade, TSL
2nd place winner ($100 tuition credit): Nick Bemis, 7th grade, St. Paul, Lake Mills
3rd place winner ($40 credit to Locker or Music Box): Kelly Koch, 6th grade, TSL
Each contest has its own set of rules and eligibility, but the following applies to all tuition credit prizes: all tuition credit prizes are applicable in the named student's first semester of attendance at Lakeside. The vouchers are non-transferable. Winners will receive certificates in the mail to mark their win, but the credit will be on account for that student's future attendance, regardless of whether the certificate is submitted upon enrollment.