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

May 1........ Seniors visit Wisconsin Lutheran Chapel & conduct interviews on State St. May 2.....................................................................................Spring Piano Recital | 6:30 PM May 4........................................................................................................................ No classes May 5...................................................................... LES BLAC Track Meet at LLHS | 8 AM May Banquet & Dance May 6.....................Mandatory Summer Band Meeting for Incomings & Parents | 7 PM May 8...............................................................1st Summer Band rehearsal | 6:30–8:30 PM May 9..............................................................................Academic Awards Night | 6:30 PM May 10.............................................................................................................. Ascension Day May 12................................. Warrior percussion ensemble at KMLHS concert | 6:30 PM May 13........................................................ 8/10:30 | A Cappella @ St. Matthew, Janesville May 18....................................................................................................Early release at 2 PM May 20.............................................................. 8/10:30 | A Cappella @ St. Paul, Lake Mills Commencement Concert | 7 PM May 21........................................................................................ Board of Regents | 6:30 PM May 21–24........................................ Review & Exam Days | School ends 5/24 10:45 AM May 22........................................................Geometry Placement test for ‘18–19 freshmen General Board | 7 PM May 27....................................................................................................... Graduation | 2 PM June 5–8................................................................................................. Warrior Band Camp

class of 2018 academic top ten Lakeside is pleased to name and celebrate the academic gifts of the top ten in the LLHS class of 2018. Speaking at the May 27 graduation service will be valedictorians Kelly Koch, daughter of Tim & Rebecca (Trinity, Watertown) and James Neuberger, son of Dan and Dawn (St. Paul, Lake Mills). This year’s salutatorian is Sarah Taylor Evert, daughter of David and Jennie (St. Stephen, Beaver Dam). The remaining seven in class rank are Kalies Birkholz (Trinity, Watertown); Matthias Winters (St. Luke, Watertown); Emma Guld (St. Paul, Lake Mills, graduate of Peace, Sun Prairie); Morgan Thiele (Holy Cross, Madison); Zachary Cichanofsky (St. Luke, Watertown); Skyler Christianson (St. Matthew, Janesville); and Jenna Gaal (St. Matthew, Oconomowoc). Congratulations to these scholars and their families; our prayer is that they continue as they have to use their gifts and abilities to serve their Savior in whatever their futures bring! YOU ARE WARMLY ENCOURAGED TO JOIN US AT THE 2018 ACADEMIC AWARDS & SCHOLARSHIP NIGHT ON WEDNESDAY, MAY 9 AT 6:30 PM IN THE EAST GYM

Contact Info

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

May 2018 a publication of Lakeside Lutheran High School Volume 7: Issue 9

FED eration CONnection Ascension matters Jesus’ Ascension truly matters. Other church festivals seem to overshadow Ascension. However, Jesus’ ascension is a major event in his life and work.

When Jesus ascended, he sat at his heavenly Father’s right hand, a place of honor, trust, and position. By this, God the Father verified that Christ had made the final payment for sin by the “one sacrifice [that] has made perfect forever those who are being made holy” [Hebrews 10:13-14]. When Jesus ascended, his intercessory work began. Through him, all believers have “an advocate with the Father” [1 John 2:1]. Daily, he pleads for us at his Father’s throne. When Jesus ascended, his eternal reign began. In heaven, he reigns “with angels, authorities, and powers subject to him” (1 Peter 3:22). No one and nothing can equal him or challenge him. Lastly, when Jesus ascended, the Church was energized and strengthened for its mission. “And God placed all things under [Jesus’] feet and appointed him to be head over everything for the church, which is his body, the fullness of him who fills everything in every way” [Ephesians 1:2223]. As the Church’s head, all things are done through Christ. Years ago, Ascension was a highly regarded festival. For that matter, it still is. Jesus’ Ascension truly matters!! 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 Mr. Steve Lauber, who joined the faculty in 2007. He teaches English. He also is the forensics coach, JV1 football coach, and our recruitment director who is, among other things, known for generously handing out LLHS t-shirts! Here are some other things you may—or may not—know about Mr. Lauber: He and his wife, Becca, a nurse, have 2 children, Trey, currently in 7th grade, and Ella, in 4th. They are members at St. Paul, Lake Mills. What is your favorite thing to do on a Saturday? Family time and hunting (Steve’s folks live on a game farm near Fond du Lac). When you’re at your fave restaurant, what do you order? Ribs at Hi-Way Harry’s in Johnson Creek! What is your favorite movie of all time? Caddyshack — it’s a Cinderella story. What’s one of your most humorous moments at LLHS? My first year, I showed up with shorts and a T-shirt for the first day of registration when the other teachers were in shirts and ties or dresses. What’s one of the most heartwarming moments of your time at LLHS? Multiple times I’ve been able to help students who were going through difficult or confusing times in their lives. It’s a blessing to help guide and direct them directly to Jesus who will help in all circumstances.

date change!

3-on-3 tournament for OpGo! • SUNDAY, JUNE 10 • LLHS gyms

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

Cost $20 per player • 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!

school news E notes: ◊ Senior Zach Cichanofsky (St. Luke, Watertown) designed and produced a seal insert for the Diesel Emission Fluid sprayer that we need to keep the bus fleet up to code. Using what he learned in CAD classes and the 3-D printer in the Tech Ed classroom, Zach reproduced the insert for a fraction of the hundreds to purchase. ◊ Over Spring Break, four Warrior teens—Andrew Burk (Immanuel, Farmington), Jenna Gaal (St. Matthew, Oconomowoc), Katie Guld, and James Neuberger (both St. Paul, Lake Mills) and peers from Fox Valley LHS joined for an Operation Go trip to Antigua. While there, they taught phy ed classes and hosted afterschool soccer camps and scrimmages. They also attended chapel, did home improvements, and helped run the “winter” olympics at St. John’s School. (They also found some time to enjoy the beach!) ◊ At the Capitol Conference Spring Math Meet, both Varsity & JV took 1st place. Individually, varsity juniors Ben Grambsch (Zion, Columbus) placed 2nd and Abby Buxa (Immanuel, Farmington) tied for 5th. For JV, tied for first were Gil Haw (St. Paul, Lake Mills) and Megan Reinke (St. Luke, Wttn); Logan Pampel (St. John, Jefferson) was 2nd, Espen Storlie 3rd, Katelyn McGurk 4th (both St. Paul, LM). ◊ Winter sports awards night was March 13, when coaches recognized efforts of three of the winter sports teams as well as all-conference team honorees. For boys basketball Cameron Paske (Zion, Arlington) was selected for first team all conference honors. Will DeNoyer (Peace,Sun Prairie) and Jack Monis (St. Matthew, Oconomowoc) were voted to second team. In wrestling, Cole Lauersdorf (St. Matthew, Oconomowoc) earned 2nd team honors. On the girls conference champs and sectional runner-up basketball team, Kalies Birkholz (Trinity, Watertown) and Kaitlyn Shadoski (St. Matthew, Janesville) were voted first team. while Kelsey Birschbach (Eastside, Madison) and Ashley Fritz (St. Andrew, Middleton) received honorable mention. ◊ Our band, ensembles, and choirs packed the house for our Easter Concert. If you ever miss one of these wonderful events, catch it via Livestream, or afterward, on the archive, at livestream.com/llhslive. ◊ At the Sussex National Guard Armory, Staff Sergeant Black worked with the softball team on leadership skills as he led the girls through eight stations, where they developed teamwork and strategy skills as well! ◊ Our Grand Event on Apr. 7 was a grand success! About 300 guests came “Back to School” and almost 70 students and dozens of adult volunteers worked hard—all to support Christian education—and netted about $80,000! ◊ Hundreds of elementary vocalists and instrumentalists convened at the 42nd annual Fine Arts Fest to praise God through their musical gifts, and enjoy fellowship with 20 other grade schools! Sunday’s concerts, however, were canceled due to the spring ice storm—no one can remember this happening before! ◊ Thanks to everyone who helped up ”Stuff the Truck” at Fine Arts Fest. The U-Haul was filled with household donations even through the wind and snow, then sent to Twice Is Nice Resale—all to support your LLHS!

LLHS Fed Con May 2018  

18.05 LLHS FedCon May 2018 Lakeside Lutheran Federation Connection: Keeping Lakeside Lutheran High School in the minds and prayers of Federa...

LLHS Fed Con May 2018  

18.05 LLHS FedCon May 2018 Lakeside Lutheran Federation Connection: Keeping Lakeside Lutheran High School in the minds and prayers of Federa...

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