Such Sweet Seniors! Mr. Gasau’s homeroom students are focusing on being 100% kind. As a kick off to Sweetest Day, they showed their sweet sides and presented flowers and candy to all the RLHS ladies at the end of the school day. Good job, gentlemen!
RLHS welcomed Dan Mayer to the school’s quarterly CLASH assembly on Thursday. CLASH stands for Changing Lives And Serving Him, and it allows community members to share personal experiences as a Christian leader in a secular society. Mayer is the program director at Phantom Ranch Bible Camp in Mukwonago. It is a Christian camp that teaches God’s Word while enjoying God’s creation in an outdoor setting.
Racine Lutheran High School will hold an Open House for prospective new students Monday, Oct. 23, from 5 until 7 p.m. Middle-school students and their families are invited to tour the school and meet the teachers and coaches. Ask us how Racine Lutheran helps students become high achievers in academics, fine arts, athletics and Christian character. Application materials for the 2018-2019 school year will be available.
Racine Lutheran offers challenging academics in a faith-based setting. Students grow and learn in a safe, nurturing environment, where we focus on faith, character, leadership and learning. Scholarships and financial aid programs are available, and tuition is now tax deductible.
Call the Admissions Office at 637-6538 for additional information or email sdrummond@RacineLutheran.org. The school is conveniently located at 251 Luedtke Avenue, off Spring Street, in Racine.
The Racine Lutheran High School Ladies’ Guild invites the community to its 64th annual Harvest Fair on Saturday, Nov. 4, from 9 a.m. until 3 p.m. at 251 Luedtke Avenue.
Browse more than 30 booths offering homemade bakery, homegrown fresh vegetables and fruit, pickles, jams, home-canned goods, caramel apples, handmade crafts, and needlecrafts. Explore booths filled with antiques, collectibles, toys, dolls, jewelry, handbags, linens, books, holiday decorations, household helpers, knitted and crocheted items, sports memorabilia and a variety of unique gifts. New things or old things, handmade or recycled, the Harvest Fair offers something for everyone.
Plan to eat at the lunch bar which will serve delicious soups, salads, sandwiches and desserts. Enjoy coffee and a slice of homemade pie with friends while listening to the continuous live music of “Inkapirka.” Bring the family for great food and shopping fun.
Donations of any of the above items are gladly accepted at the school until Friday, Nov. 3. Volunteer sign-up sheets are available in the Main Office.
Admission is free, parking is free, plus the school is handicapped accessible and strollers are welcome.
Proceeds of the fair benefit Racine Lutheran High School, providing Christian education and challenging academics for students of all faiths. For more information, call the school office at 262.637.6538.
Racine Lutheran High School’s “A Knight to Remember” Homecoming Week festivities culminated with the crowning of the king and queen. Pictured L-R, Brian Gonzalez, Natalie Rosborough, Ryan Hoover, Brianna Jaramillo, King Kody Banse, Queen Josie Kellner, Austin Honore, Haley Pilcher, Dakota Dexter and Brittaney Bertermann. The class representatives (not pictured) were juniors Tyler Hoover and Ariana Saldivar, sophomores Mareno Greco and Emma Urban, and freshmen Kaiden Leonard and Camille Juga.
After Wednesday’s Chapel, our students created a video that will be sent to Faith Lutheran School in Las Vegas. Mr. and Mrs. Aumann’s daughter and son-in-law teach at the school. Several members of the school’s faculty, student body and their families were at the concert when the mass shooting occurred this week. Many of them sustained injuries.
For such a time as this, we must turn to our faith and use love to heal as well as provide hope. Our school year theme from 1 Corinithians 13:13 reads: And now these three remain: faith, hope and love. But the greatest of these is love.
Please pray for the people of Faith Lutheran School and the Las Vegas community.
Please visit Facebook: Racine Lutheran High School Admissions to view the video.
Racine Lutheran High School’s senior class gathered at Edwards YMCA Camp and Retreat Center in East Troy for its 10th annual Senior Leadership Retreat on Aug. 27 and 28.
The activities helped students identify, develop and practice their unique leadership skills.
The two-day experience commenced with a group breakfast and a Jubilate service at Trinity Lutheran Church. Racine Lutheran High School students led songs and prayers during the service, which focused on the parable of the Good Samaritan and promoted the retreat’s focus on kindness.
Students completed StrengthsFinder assessments, which helped each participant uncover his or her unique talents. Now that students have identified their strengths, they can continue to develop their leadership skills to facilitate personal development and growth.
The retreat’s activities included creative, mental and physical challenges, plus small group discussions, worship time, a campfire, a complex high-ropes course, zip-lining, canoeing and fishing. Devotions were inspired by the school year theme from 1 Corinthians 13:13 which reads: “And now these three remain: faith, hope and love. But the greatest of these is love.”