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Friday & Saturday April 27-28 at 7 pm Tickets available at llhs.org/drama A musical comedy that will have you cheering! Gracie Stanley has gotten herself in hot water by promising to deliver her distant cousin, rock star Ziggy Springer, for the high school Hippity Hop at Louise’s Luncheonette. Ziggy’s manager doesn’t want his client performing anywhere without pay, so Gracie and her friends have to produce a double — and fast! They use a singing soda jerk and plan to have him perform in the dark! It won’t be easy for Gracie to get away with this one with her rival, snooty Muffin Mansfield, waiting for her to flop. Meanwhile, Louise has her own problems. The building’s owner forbids the dance and plans to turn the eatery into a dry cleaner. With all of this happening, Gracie’s brother is living in terror because he’s smashed up a Harley belonging to Sinbad Gallucci, a bad dude. Included in the sensational Francoeur fifties score: ’Bop-A-Lu-Bop Dance Party,’ ’Teen Queen,’ ’It’s Tough To Be a Teenager In Love’ & the hilarious ’It Was The Blob.’

events to note Look to www.capitolnorthconference.org for the most up-to-date spring sports schedules (baseball, boys golf, girls soccer, softball, track)

April 2.......................................................................................................LLHS Easter recess April 7.............................................LLHS Grand Event auction/dinner fundraiser, 4:30p April 8............................................................A Cappella sings at Resurrection, Verona 9a April 11–22...............................Capitol Conference Art Exhibit at Pyle Center, Madison April 14...... LES Fine Arts Festival: solo-ensemble & grade school choir/band judging April 15.... A Cappella at St. Luke Watertown, 7:45 & 10:15a | FAF concerts, 1:30 & 4p April 18.................................Forensics “Fam & Friends” expo night, 6p here on campus April 20...............................application closes for Wisconsin Choice, see llhs.org/choice April 21..............3-on-3 basketball tournament for OpGo (see info at goo.gl/hohQNn) April 22.................................................A Cappella at Lord of Love, DeForest, 8 & 10:30a April 25..............Senior Class trip/Junior Ministry Trip/Freshmen-Sophomore Testing LES Math Meet, 4p April 27........................................................ 6th Grade “Play Day” for Spring Musical 10a Rho/Kentro Giving Society Reception — 5:30p | Senior Art Show LLHS presents: The Nifty Fifties musical — 7p April 28.................................................. WSMA State Music Festival — UW-Whitewater The Nifty Fifties musical — 7p

LLHS ALUM!

We have added a group under our main Facebook page for all Forever Warriors! Join this open group and follow it to see notifications for LLHS alum events and news. Add your own posts to announce, network, share! We are looking forward to seeing some familiar faces. Go to facebook.com/groups/LLHSForeverWarriors

Contact Info

920-648-2321 • info@llhs.org • 231 Woodland Beach Rd. Lake Mills, WI 53551

April 2018

a publication of Lakeside Lutheran High School Volume 7: Issue 8

FED eration CONnection Are you sure? Do we know — for sure? Job may well be one of the oldest Bible books. It raises an age-old question: Do we know — for sure?

Throughout Job, he made pointed statements. “But a man dies and is laid low; he breathes his last and is no more.” [Job 14:10]. He also asked tough questions. “If a man die, shall he live again?” [Job 14:14]. His thoughts came from a heart that suffered great personal loss. Yet, by faith, he also exclaimed, “I know that my redeemer lives” [Job 19:25]. Job knew this — for sure. With these words, he stood on solid ground. In spite of his troubles, the Holy Spirit led him to speak comfort and assurance to all believers. Job begins, “I know.” He pointed with certainty to a central truth of Scripture: his “redeemer lives.” Christ is true God. He controls everything. He lives and has conquered death. Paul echoed the same thought: Christ “was appointed the Son of God in power by his resurrection from the dead: Jesus Christ [is] our Lord” [Romans 1:4]. Like Job, we, too, may know and believe that our Redeemer lives in spite of our troubles and doubts. This is God’s plan for us. This is why the Bible was written. The Apostle John agrees. “I write these things to you who believe in the name of the Son of God so that you may know that you have eternal life” [1 John 5:13]. Through God’s Word, we know — for sure! Jim Grasby is principal of Lakeside Lutheran High. Reach him at 920.648.2321 or jgrasby@llhs.org


5 questions GC faculty “Five Questions with the Faculty” is a light-hearted look at the teaching staff at Lakeside Lutheran. This edition features Pastor Clark Schultz, who joined the faculty in 2006. He teaches Freshmen and Sophomore Word of God and is also the boys varsity soccer coach, drama director, and MLC liaison/recruiter. Here are some other things you may—or may not— know about PC: He is married to Kristin, a nurse practitioner at Fort Health Care in Lake Mills. They have two preschool boys, Ian and Lincoln. They are expecting a third son to make his world debut in late March. They are members at Immanuel, Farmington. PC’s classroom may be one you’ve seen in campus photos that’s bursting with superhero images.

school news E notes: ◊ Four LLHS girls attended “Engineering: A Hands On Future,” a STEM event hosted by MSOE’s Society of Women Engineers, to explore possible careers. ◊ 24 Class A entries earned a starred first rating at the Wisconsin State Music Association (WSMA) Solo-Ensemble District level, making them eligible for the WSMA State Festival in April. Overall, Lakeside had 68 solo or ensemble entries that involved more than 75 students. ◊ Warrior FFA led the school in a celebration of National FFA Week Feb. 1724. They held an open house for grade schoolers, brought in a petting zoo for Kinderfest, held before-school activities like chicken bowling, Lasso-a-Bale, bale toss, “Hammer a Nail” and other fun races for the student body. ◊ Warriors & FFA donated more than $800 to see Mr. Jim Bauer kiss a live pig. The donations went to our Apache brothers and sisters for their homes and gardens. ◊ Bethany, Fort Atkinson, hosted a federation celebration of Jodie Schommer’s 30th anniversary in the teaching ministry on Feb 25. ◊ The girls basketball team won the regional championship for the first time since 2011 and was sectional runner-up, losing to Marshall, the eventual state champ. The boys team played in the 2nd round of regionals.

What is your favorite thing to do on a Saturday? Make pancakes for the family after I pretend to work out.

◊ Senior Emily Raymond spearheaded a week-long collection of baby items for the families who visit the Alpha Life Resource Center in Watertown.

When you’re at your fave restaurant, what do you order? Pizza and something cold to wash it down with! What’s on my pizza? Depends on what mood I’m in—if I want to go to Hawaii, I get the ham and pineapple. When I’m feeling spicy and want to sauce things up, I go for the supreme.

◊ March and April bring a new year of Jesus’ lambs to campus as Mr. Lauber hosts Federation 2nd grade classrooms for fun and education in our Tech Ed department. Mr. Meske and his Ag Survey students teach the home-farm connection, while Mr. Dretske has them building airplanes from scratch. See our photo archive at the end of April at llhs.smugmug.com

What is your favorite movie or book of all time? The Bible! Duh? Other books I like to read are The Five People You Meet in Heaven or The Shack. Movies? I love Grease as I got chills and they’re multiply’n or the recent reboot of Star Trek. Old school Adam Sandler and Will Ferrell movies usually give me a belly laugh. What’s one of your most humorous moments at LLHS? One time I taught a whole class with my fly open...also, back in the day, I dressed up for a dodgeball game as Jackie Moon from an old Will Ferrell movie that stunk, but I did get to wear an afro. More recently, doing work for some Mr. Hackbarth videos has been a treat. What’s one of the most heartwarming moments of your time at LLHS? Students who ask me to preach at their wedding. It’s great to see them mature in faith and take the next step in life of being a husband or a wife. Other moments include students who graduate from MLC or the Seminary that are now out there paying it forward and encouraging the next generation of youth. God is good.

◊ The Warriors girls golf team received Honorable Mention in the Team Academic All-State award for WIAA D2, which recognizes golf teams with highest “team” grade point averages of the five designated golfers on the varsity roster. ◊ Both the JV and the Varsity Math Teams captured the Capitol Conference Spring Math Meet championship in March. ◊ More than 110 students and community members donated blood at our annual blood drive, organized by Student Council.

3-on-3 tournament for OpGo! • Saturday, April 21 • LLHS gyms

Ready to ball for a cause? • Guys/Girls ages 14+, competitive & rec brackets

Cost $100 per team • Register at goo.gl/hohQNn Also! 3-point competition and raffles. Willing business sponsor or raffle item donors? contact Jenny Krauklis at jkrauklis@llhs.org Help LL teens spread the Gospel through OpGo!

LLHS Fed Con April 2018  

18.04 LLHS FedCon April 2018 Lakeside Lutheran Federation Connection: Keeping Lakeside Lutheran High School in the minds and prayers of Fede...

LLHS Fed Con April 2018  

18.04 LLHS FedCon April 2018 Lakeside Lutheran Federation Connection: Keeping Lakeside Lutheran High School in the minds and prayers of Fede...

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