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The DAILY SHIELD

The Daily Shield is the list of announcements which are read each school day during home room, the beginning of second hour.

DAILY SHIELD

Friday, December 9, 2016


Word of the Week is:  Judge

Bible Verse:  Psalm 96:10, “Say among the nations, ‘The Lord reigns! Yes, the world is established; it shall never be moved; He will judge the people with equity.’”


Today Lunch:  Antonio’s Ham or Turkey Sandwich and chips, $4

Monday’s Lunch:  Pulled Pork BBQ, Chips, Pickle Spear, Drink & Dessert


Happy Birthday today to: Sophomore Bailey W.

  1. The LuHi Cookie Walk is tomorrow from 8am to 11am or until the cookies run out!  All proceeds support the Lutheran High Music program.

  2. All music students and madrigal members, cookies are due by 3:00pm today.

  3. Reminder that if you want late arrival or early dismissal for 2nd semester, you need to bring in a signed and dated parent request, even if you currently have late arrival or early dismissal this semester.

  4. Only two Shoppers Blessings order dates are left for 2016:  December 12 & 15.  The first order date in 2017 is January 9th.

  5. Any girl or boy interested in track & field this Spring, please come to an informational meeting on Tuesday right after school in the Biology room.

  6. Rock Climbers: We are going climbing on Tuesday, Dec. 13th.  Sign up with Mr. Kammerlohr if you are interested.

  7. Students in the following clubs/groups should arrive for website/yearbook pictures on Wednesday by 8:30am: Student Council, PROM Committee, Drama, Speech Team, Audio-Visual, NHS, Spanish NHS, Art Club, Concert Band, Pep Band, Rock Climbing Club, SADD, and Spiritual Life...this is on Wednesday morning at 8:30am.

  8. Tickets for the Christmas Dance are on sale in the office for $45 per person.  The deadline to purchase tickets is next Thursday, Dec. 15th.


Spanish National Honor Society is selling special treats at break.


Basketball Update:

Congrats to both the JV and Varsity Girls Basketball teams on their wins last night. Varsity won 54-36, led by a double-double from Senior Kaitlyn W., who had 12 points and 15 rebounds. Senior Katie E. also scored 18 to help lead the team to the win. The girls improve to 9-2 on the season. The next game is Saturday at Warrensburg.


Tonight’s Activity:

JV/V Boys Basketball @ LSA Decatur - 6pm


Saturday’s Activities:

Cookie Walk in LuHi Cafeteria - 8-11am

JV/V Girls Basketball @ Warrensburg-Latham - 2pm




This week’s Academic Spotlight shines on:

Freshman J.T. W. in Religion and PE for excellent class participation, behavior, and leadership, excellent academic performance on a single project, assignment, or test, and consistent positive attitude and effort in class or on homework.


Sophomore Matthew B. in PE and Biology for excellent class participation, behavior, and leadership, and consistent positive attitude and effort in class or on homework  


Sophomore Savannah S. in Art for excellent class participation, behavior, and leadership, excellent academic performance on a single project, assignment, or test, and consistent positive attitude and effort in class or on homework.  Her efforts and talents in this class have increased dramatically, and she enjoys every class, which shows in her work!


Senior Elise D. for excellent extra work on the Creation/Evolution unit in Religion 12.


Also nominated were:  Maddie R., Anamarie D., Breann D., and Sarah M.



This week’s Activity Spotlight shines on:

The Madrigals, Jesters and student workers for an outstanding performance on the 2016 Madrigal Dinner.


This week’s Athletic Spotlight shines on:

Senior Kaitlyn W., in basketball, for getting a double-double in the their win vs Mt. Pulaski with 12 points and 15 rebounds.


Senior Ben D., in basketball, for breaking the school record for most charges drawn in a single game with 4 vs. Pawnee.

 

DAILY SHIELD

Thursday, December 8, 2016


Word of the Week is:  Judge

Bible Verse:  Joel 3:12, “Let the nations stir themselves up and come up to the Valley of Jehoshaphat; for there I will sit to judge all the surrounding nations.”


Today Lunch:  Brown Bag

Tomorrow’s Lunch:  Antonio’s Ham or Turkey Sandwich and chips, $4


Happy Birthday today to: Junior Andrew G.

  1. Speech Team will meet today from 3:05-4:00pm.

  2. The LuHi Cookie Walk is this Saturday from 8am to 11am or until the cookies run out!  Come early and supplement your cookie trays with cookies and candy that you don’t make at home!  All proceeds support the Lutheran High Music program.

  3. All music students and madrigal members need to bring in 6 dozen homemade cookies and/or candy this Friday by 3:00pm for Saturday’s cookie walk. All cookies need to be marked with your name and type of cookies/candy.  Also, please label all items that contain nuts or peanut butter.

  4. Any girl or boy interested in track & field this Spring, please come to an informational meeting next Tuesday, Dec 13th right after school in the Biology room.

  5. Next Wednesday, students in the following clubs should arrive by 8:30am to have their group picture taken for the website and yearbook: Student Council, PROM Committee, Drama, Speech Team, Audio-Visual, NHS, Spanish NHS, Art Club, Concert Band, Pep Band, Rock Climbing Club, SADD, and Spiritual Life.

  6. Tickets for the Christmas Dance are on sale in the office for $45 per person.


Student Council will sell donuts at break for $1.


Tonight’s Activity:

JV/V GBB @ Home vs Mt. Pulaski - 6:15pm

 

DAILY SHIELD

Wednesday, December 7, 2016


Word of the Week is:  Judge

Bible Verse:  Joel 3:12, “Let the nations stir themselves up and come up to the Valley of Jehoshaphat; for there I will sit to judge all the surrounding nations.”


Today Lunch:  Antonio’s Pizza, $2 per slice

Tomorrow’s Lunch:  Brown Bag


Happy Birthday today to:

  1. UGLY CHRISTMAS SWEATER DAY IS COMING! On Friday, December 16th, wear your Christmas sweaters to school. Dress code is still in force, so make sure your sweater is in good taste and that your entire outfit conforms to the dress code. Three prizes will be awarded: Ugliest, Prettiest, and Most Christmasy! Voting will be during your lunch period. Any questions, see Mr. James.

  2. Mandatory baseball meeting after school at 315 in the BIOLOGY room  to collect baseball calendars for those who attended the last fundraiser meeting.  Please be there!!!

  3. Speech Team will meet Thursday from 3:05-4:00pm.

  4. Rock Climbers:  If you are interested in climbing next week talk to Mr. Kammerlohr today.

  5. Tickets for the Christmas Dance are on sale in the office for $45 per person.

  6. Music and Madrigal students need to remember their 6 dozen cookies due by 3pm this Friday for the cookie walk.

  7. Today marks the 75th anniversary of the bombing of Pearl Harbor by Japanese fighter planes, sealing the United States’ entrance into WWII.  On this day, let us remember the 2,403 Americans lives that were taken and the additional 1,178 Americans wounded.  President Franklin D. Roosevelt proclaimed December 7, 1941, "a date which will live in infamy."  As for us - today - this day reminds us that we must continue to thank our Veterans, study history, and learn from the past, for as Sir Winston Churchill said, “Those who fail to learn from history are doomed to repeat it.”  God daily and richly provides us blessings, including those willing to serve on our behalf, even when facing the ultimate sacrifice.


Student Council will sell muffins at break for $1.


Basketball Update:

Another exciting boys basketball game last night as we battled back on the #1 conference team only to fall short in a tough loss to Pawnee 48-44. The boys look to bounce back on the road Friday at Decatur LSA.  Hope to see you all there.

 

DAILY SHIELD

Tuesday, December 6, 2016


Word of the Week is:  Judge

Bible Verse:  Psalm 7:11, “God is a righteous judge, and a God who feels indignation every day.”


Today Lunch:  Brown Bag

Tomorrow’s Lunch:  Antonio’s Pizza, $2 per slice


Happy Birthday today to: Sophomore Sarah M.

  1. Speech Team will meet today and Thursday from 3:05-4:00pm.

  2. All music students and madrigal members need to bring in 6 dozen homemade cookies and/or candy this Friday, Dec. 9 by 3:00pm for Saturday’s cookie walk. All cookies need to be marked with your name and type of cookies/candy.  Also, please mark all items that contain nuts or peanut butter.

  3. On Wednesday, Dec. 14, group/club pictures will be taken for the website and yearbook.  Students should arrive by 8:30am ready for pictures.

  4. Tickets for the Christmas Dance are on sale in the office for $45 per person.  The dance is on Thursday, Dec. 22nd at Poe’s on the Hill.  To reserve your seat, you must have your money when you sign up and you must choose a table at that time.  Only one switch in seating is allowed.

  5. 2017 Cardinals Calendars are now on sale for $15 each!  See a baseball player to order yours today.


Student Council will sell bagels at break for $1.


Basketball Updates:

The Girls Basketball team picked up a 56-24 win over Calvary last night. Senior Katie E. led the way with 21 points while Freshman Emily S. pitched in 9. Senior Kaitlyn W. had 12 rebounds while also scoring 7 points. The highlight of the night was Katie E. passing the 1,000 point mark for her career! Congrats Katie we are proud of you! The Girls improve to 8-2 on the year and host Mt. Pulaski on Thursday.


The Freshman Boys Basketball team suffered a 48-41 loss to Mt Pulaski last night.  The boys played well in the first half, but lost focus during the second allowing Mt. Pulaski to pull out the win.


Scholastic Bowl Update:

The Varsity and JV teams each won both of their matches against Athens & New Berlin last night.  The Varsity outscored Athens 140 to 110 and New Berlin 210 to 180.  Senior Bryce S. led the Varsity tossups with 7.


Tonight’s Activities:  

JV/V Boys Basketball @ Home vs Pawnee - 6:15pm

 

DAILY SHIELD

Monday, December 5, 2016


Word of the Week is:  Judge

Bible Verse:  1 Chronicles 16:33, “Then shall the trees of the forest sing for joy before the Lord, for He comes to judge the Earth.”


Today Lunch:  Nachos or 2 soft tacos, $4

Tomorrow’s Lunch:  Brown Bag


Happy Birthday today to:

  1. Teachers, please submit your lunch count after announcements.

  2. Shopper’s Blessings orders are due by 11:45am today.  After today, only two order dates are left for 2016:  December 12 & 15.  The first order date in 2017 is January 9th.

  3. A very big congratulations to the madrigals , jesters and student workers for an outstanding weekend. Everyone did great and Mr. Schorfheide could not be more proud. You performed for over 210 people this weekend and received so many nice words.  All of your hard work paid off and this weekend was your reward.  Madrigals, please let Mr. Schorfheide know tomorrow if you will be taking the bus.

  4. A ring was found this morning at Trinity.  Anyone from the dinner who lost one, please call Trinity school at 787-2323.

  5. All music students and madrigal members need to bring in 6 dozen homemade cookies and/or candy this Friday, Dec. 9 by 3:00pm for Saturday’s cookie walk. All cookies need to be marked with your name and kind of cookies/candy donated.  Also, please mark all items that contain nuts or peanut butter.

  6. On Wednesday, Dec. 14, the following clubs (Student Council, PROM Committee, Drama, Speech Team, Audio-Visual, NHS, Spanish NHS, Art Club, Concert Band, Pep Band, Rock Climbing Club, SADD, and Spiritual Life) should arrive by 8:30am to have their group picture taken for the website and yearbook.

  7. Tickets for the Christmas Dance are on sale in the office for $45 per person.  The dance is on Thursday, Dec. 22nd at Poe’s on the Hill.  To reserve your seat, you must have your money when you sign up and you must choose a table at that time.  Only one switch in seating is allowed.

  8. 2017 Cardinals Calendars are now on sale for $15 each!  See a baseball player to order yours today.


Spanish National Honor Society will be selling healthy treats today at break!  Be sure to stop by for a special treat.


Basketball Updates:

The Boys Basketball team had a close game with Routt on Friday night.  The boys showed persistence and continued to fight to pull out a 62-57 win vs Routt.


The Girls Varsity team took on Routt on Saturday and it was a one point game until the 4th quarter when the girls capitalized on a few Routt errors and continued to play great defense.  The girls won 35-27 improving to 7-2 on the year.


Tonight’s Activities:  

Scholastic Bowl @ Home vs New Berlin/Athens -5:00pm

9th BBB @ Home vs Mt. Pulaski - 6:00pm

Varsity ONLY Girls Basketball @ Calvary Academy - 6:00pm

 

DAILY SHIELD

Friday, December 2, 2016


Word of the Week is:  Love

Bible Verse:  1 Peter 4:8, “Above all, love each other deeply, because love covers over a multitude of sins.”


Today Lunch:  Antonio’s Ham or Turkey Sandwich and chips, $4

Monday’s Lunch:  Nachos or 2 soft tacos, $4


Happy Birthday today to:

  1. Teachers, please submit your lunch count after announcements.  A is Ham, B is Turkey.

  2. For Leadership Team Building during chapel time today, students are to report to the gym in chapel seating.

  3. For teachers, staff and students attending tonight’s basketball game, please remember to park in the WEST parking lot.  If you stay after school, please move your car to the WEST lot after 3:00.

  4. The Madrigal Dinner is this weekend!!  If you haven’t reserved your seats, please do so now.  Prices are $15 for adults and $12 for seniors and students.  Program times are Saturday at 6:30pm and Sunday at 5:00pm.

  5. Tickets for the Christmas Dance are also on sale in the office for $45 per person.  The dance is on Thursday, Dec. 22nd at Poe’s on the Hill.  To reserve your seat, you must have your money when you sign up and you must choose a table at that time.  Only one switch in seating is allowed.

  6. Shopper’s Blessings order dates for the rest of 2016 are:  December 5, 12, & 15.

  7. 2017 Cardinals Calendars are now on sale for $15 each!  See a baseball player to order yours today.

  8. All lost & found items will be donated after school today.  Check the bench before you leave school today.


This week’s Academic Spotlight shines on:

Freshman Anamarie D. in Spanish for excellent academic performance on a single project assignment or test and consistent positive effort in class or on homework and in Religion for excellent class participation, behavior, leadership, consistent positive attitude and effort in class, excellent academic performance, and being an all-around kind, nice, caring and awesome person!

Sophomore Ryan W. for excellent class participation, behavior and leadership in Spanish II.

Sophomore Melana H. in Spanish II for excellent academic performance on a single project assignment or test and major improvement in attitude and/or academics.

Senior Madalynn S. in Yearbook and Novels B for consistent positive attitude.

Also nominated were:  Elise D., Sam D., Riley O., Bryce S., Addison W., Skyla W., and Garrett D.


This week’s Athletic Spotlight shines on:

Senior Katie E., in basketball.  She is averaging 18 points per game, including 23 against Meridian on Monday night. She also has 10 rebounds this week for our team.


Senior Jacob P., in basketball.  He has a 12 point average in his first 6 games, is the top rebounder and free throw leader -  all while playing with a broken nose!



Basketball Updates:

The Freshman Boys team played well against a tough Riverton team.  They were within 1 or 2 points most of the game, but just couldn’t find a way to take the lead.  They lost 49-41, but the coaches continue to see improvement in this young group of athletes.


The Girls Varsity Basketball team won 63-24 last night against Decatur Lutheran. The team was led by Senior Katie E. with 13 points. Senior Elisabeth B. chipped in 10 points and 4 rebounds. Senior Kaitlyn W. and Freshman Emily S. each had 7 points. Their record is now 6-2 on the year. Our next game is tomorrow at home with JV beginning at 11:00A.M.  This is our white out game to benefit cancer research. Please wear white and come support our girls!


Activities this Weekend:  

Friday - JV/V BBB @ Home vs. Routt - 6:15pm

Saturday - 9th BBB @ PORTA - 10am

  • JV/V GBB @ Home vs Routt **White Out Game** - 11am

Saturday (at 6:30pm) and Sunday (at 5:00pm) - Madrigal Dinners

 

DAILY SHIELD

Thursday, December 1, 2016


Word of the Week is:  Love

Bible Verse:  Ephesians 4:2, “Be completely humble and gentle; be patient, bearing with one another in love.”


Today Lunch:  Brown Bag

Tomorrow’s Lunch:  Ham or Turkey Sandwich and chips, $4


Happy Birthday today to:

  1. Speech Team will meet today after school from 3:05-4:00pm in Mrs. Quigg’s room.

  2. Full Madrigal rehearsal tonight at 8:00pm here at LuHi.

  3. We are on Chapel Schedule tomorrow for Leadership Teams.

  4. Get your Madrigal Dinner tickets today!!  Prices are $15 for adults and $12 for seniors and students.  Program times are Saturday at 6:30 and Sunday at 5:00 and seats are filling up quickly!

  5. Tickets for the Christmas Dance are also on sale in the office for $45 per person.  The dance is on Thursday, Dec. 22nd at Poe’s on the Hill.  To reserve your seat, you must have your money when you sign up and you must choose a table at that time.  Only one switch in seating is allowed, so choose wisely!  Seats are first come, first served.  

  6. Lady Crusader Basketball Spiritwear is on sale now.  If interested, see the flyer on the bulletin board outside the office.

  7. Check the lost & found on the silver bench outside the office.  All unclaimed items will be donated after school tomorrow.


Tonight’s Activity:  

Freshman Boys Basketball @ Home vs Riverton - 6pm

Varsity Girls Basketball @ LSA Decatur - 6pm


DAILY SHIELD

Wednesday, November 30, 2016


Word of the Week is:  Love

Bible Verse:  1 John 4:16, “And so we know and rely on the love God has for us.  God is love.  Whoever lives in love lives in God, and God in them.”


Today Lunch:  Antonio’s Pizza, $2 per slice

Tomorrow’s Lunch:  Brown Bag


Happy Birthday today to: Senior Bryce S.

  1. Scholastic Bowl Practice today from 3:00-4:00.  See Mrs. Devine if you cannot attend.

  2. Speech Team will meet Thursday after school from 3:05-4:00pm in Mrs. Quigg’s room.

  3. Remember the collection of small personal gift items until tomorrow.  See the poster on the bulletin board outside the school office for ideas of small gifts to bring.  The collection boxes are under the poster.

  4. Have you reserved your seats for this weekend’s Madrigal Dinner?  Ticket prices are $15 for adults and $12 for seniors and students.  Program times are Saturday at 6:30 and Sunday at 5:00.

  5. Lady Crusader Basketball Spiritwear is on sale now.  If interested, see the flyer on the bulletin board outside the office.

  6. Yesterday, we officially announced our Christmas Dance 2016 theme:  Corinthian Cotillion!  Escape the hustle and mayhem of the 21st century holiday hurry and come gaze at Greek columns, statuary, and abundant splendor while listening to the soothing waters flowing from the Grecian fountain.  Then dance your cares away after a gracious dinner.  Tickets are now on sale in the office for $45 per person.  To reserve your seat, you must have your money when you sign up and you must choose a table as well.  Only one switch in seating is allowed, so choose wisely!  Seats are first come, first served.  

  7. There has been a lot “found” within the school this week.  Please come check the bench outside the office to see if you “lost” something.  All unclaimed items will be donated after school on Friday.


Boys Basketball Update:

The JV boys team won an exciting buzzer beater 34-32 game vs. Hartsburg with the winning last second shot made by Freshman J.T. W.


The Varsity game was also very exciting with an unfortunate ending at the men's home opener against Hartsburg-Emden last night where the guys took a tough 60-59 loss.  The teams resume play Friday night at home vs. Routt. We appreciate the support so come on out!

 

DAILY SHIELD

Tuesday, November 29, 2016


Word of the Week is:  Love

Bible Verse:  1 Corinthians 13:4-5, “Love is patient, love is kind. It does not envy, it does not boast, it is not proud. It does not dishonor others, it is not self-seeking, it is not easily angered, it keeps no record of wrongs.”


Today Lunch:  Brown Bag

Tomorrow’s Lunch:  Antonio’s Pizza, $2 per slice


Happy Birthday today to:

  1. Today is #GivingTuesday.  Please consider your support of the LuHi building fund.

  2. Speech Team will meet today and Thursday after school from 3:05-4:00pm in Mrs. Quigg’s room.

  3. There will be a Leadership Team Leader meeting tomorrow morning at 8:30am in the Bio Room.

  4. Scholastic Bowl Practice tomorrow from 3:00-4:00.  See Mrs. Devine if you cannot be there.

  5. Reminder that we are collecting small personal gift items for foster children through DCFS services until Thursday.  See the poster on the bulletin board outside the school office for ideas of small gifts to bring.  The collection boxes are under the poster.

  6. Any student interested in helping out with the madrigal dinner this Saturday and Sunday at Trinity needs to see Mr. Schorfheide today. The job includes working in the kitchen, setting up for the shows, serving food, and cleaning up.  Anyone who works will get a free meal.

  7. Shopper’s Blessings order dates for the rest of 2016 are:  December 5, 12, & 15.

  8. Lady Crusader Basketball Spiritwear is on sale now.  If interested, see the flyer on the bulletin board outside the office.

  9. “Friends, Romans, Countrymen:  lend me your ears!”  Well, it should really be “friends, Greeks, Crusaders:  lend me your ears!”  We are officially announcing the theme for the upcoming Christmas Dance 2016:  Corinthian Cotillion!  Escape the hustle and mayhem of the 21st century holiday hurry and come gaze at Greek columns, statuary, and abundant splendor while listening to the soothing waters flowing from the Grecian fountain.  Then dance your cares away after a gracious dinner.  Tickets are now on sale in the office for $45 per person.  To reserve your special place at the Corinthian Cotillion, you must have your money when you sign up and you must choose a table as well.  Only one switch in seating is allowed, so choose wisely!  Seats are first come, first served.  


Girls Basketball Update:

The JV girls basketball won their home opener 35-23 over Macon Meridian.  The varsity girls followed suit with their 43-25 victory.  Senior Katie E. led the way for the Crusaders as she scored 23 points in the home opener.  Great team defense was key to the victory as the team improves to 5-2 on the season.  Our next game is Varsity ONLY on Thursday at Decatur Lutheran at 6:00pm.  


Tonight’s Activities:

JV/V Boys Basketball @ Home vs. Hartsburg-Emden beginning at 6:15pm.  Due to parking issues, we are asking all students coming to the game to park in the very well lit west parking lot.  Thank you.

 

DAILY SHIELD

Monday, November 28, 2016


Word of the Week is:  Love

Bible Verse:  Exodus 20:5-6, “...for I, the Lord your God, am a jealous God, punishing the children for the sin of the parents to the third and fourth generation of those who hate me, but showing love to a thousand generations of those who love me and keep my commandments.”


Today Lunch:  Pasta with alfredo sauce & chicken, green beans, drink & dessert, $4

Tomorrow’s Lunch:  Brown Bag


Happy Birthday today to:  Sophomore Jay M.

  1. Support the LuHi building fund tomorrow on #GivingTuesday.

  2. Shopper’s Blessings orders are due to Mrs. Haynes by 11:45am today.  Order dates for the rest of 2016 are:  December 5, 12, & 15.

  3. Reminder that we are collecting small personal gift items for foster children through DCFS services.  See the poster on the bulletin board outside the school office for ideas of small gifts to bring.  The collection boxes are under the poster.

  4. Rock Climbers:  We will climb tomorrow.  New climbers are welcome.  Sign up with Mr. K if you plan to go.

  5. There will be a Leadership Team Leader meeting on Wednesday morning at 8:30am in the Bio Room.

  6. Any student interested in helping out with the madrigal dinner this Saturday and Sunday at Trinity needs to see Mr. Schorfheide today or tomorrow. The job includes working in the kitchen, setting up for the shows, serving food, and cleaning up.  Anyone who works will get a free meal.


Tonight’s Activities:

V/JV Girls Basketball at Home vs. Meridian  - 6:15pm

 

DAILY SHIELD

Tuesday, November 22, 2016


Word of the Week is:  Righteous

Bible Verse:  Romans 2:13, “For it is not those who hear the law who are righteous in God’s sight, but is those who obey the law who will be declared righteous.”


Today Lunch:  Brown Bag

Monday’s Lunch:  Pasta with alfredo sauce & chicken, green beans, drink & dessert, $4


Happy Birthday to:   Senior Katie E. on Friday, Nov. 25th

  1. Please welcome Mika and Brenna H. shadowing today with Maddie R. and Taylor S.

  2. Shopper’s Blessings will be cash & carry only today.  Upcoming order dates are:  Mondays Nov 28, Dec 5 & 12 and Thursday Dec 15th.

  3. Rock Climbers:  Our next climbing date is Tuesday, Nov. 29th.  New climbers are welcome.  Sign up with Mr. K if you plan to go.

  4. Please join us today at 3:15pm to support Kaitlyn W. as she signs her National Letter of Intent to play volleyball at Blackburn College.

  5. There is no school Wed-Fri.  Have a safe and blessed Thanksgiving.


Basketball Update:

The Men's basketball team took a tough overtime loss last night in New Berlin by the score of 52-44. Some fine individual efforts were overshadowed late in the game when The Pretzels overcame a third quarter 10 point deficit to send the game into OT. The boys hope to bounce back tonight versus Winchester West Central. We appreciated our fan support on the road last night and we hope that continues.


The Girls’ Basketball team picked up another win last night 46-16 against South Fork at the Waverly Tournament.  Leading the way for the Crusaders was Senior Katie E. with 14 points, followed by Sophomore Tessa W. with 9 and Freshman Emily S. with 6.  Senior Elisabeth B. led the team with 8 rebounds, while Senior Kaitlyn W. tallied 7.   A great team effort as 9 different players scored a basket.  Next game is tonight in Waverly at 8:00 vs. Auburn.


This week’s Activities:

The Varsity Girls Basketball team continues at the Waverly Turkey Tourney tonight at 8:00pm vs. Auburn and finishes up the tourney tomorrow night at 6:30pm vs. North Greene.


The Varsity Boys Basketball team continues at the Gene Bergschneider Turkey Tourney at New Berlin High School with the following schedule:

  Tonight at 5:00pm vs Winchester West Central

  Tomorrow at 6:30pm vs Raymond Lincolnwood

  Friday at 4:00pm vs South County, and

    Saturday at 4:00pm vs Macon Meridian   

 

DAILY SHIELD

Monday, November 21, 2016


Word of the Week is:  Righteous

Bible Verse:  Colossians 1:13-14, “For he has rescued us from the dominion of darkness and brought us into the kingdom of the Son he loves, in whom we have redemption, the forgiveness of sins.”


Today Lunch:  Pulled Pork on Bun, Chips, Veggie Sticks, Drink and Dessert, $4

Tomorrow’s Lunch:  Brown Bag


Happy Birthday today to:   Senior Dillon B.

  1. Shopper’s Blessings will be cash & carry only today & tomorrow.  Upcoming order dates are:  Mondays Nov 28, Dec 5 & 12 and Thursday Dec 15th.

  2. Boys’ basketball and cheerleading winter sports fees are due by 3pm today.

  3. Rock Climbers:  Our next climbing date is Tuesday, Nov. 29th.  New climbers are welcome.  Sign up with Mr. K if you plan to go.

  4. Please join us tomorrow at 3:15pm to support Kaitlyn W. as she signs her National Letter of Intent to play volleyball at Blackburn College.



Tonight’s Activity:

The Varsity Girls Basketball team continues at the Waverly Turkey Tourney tonight at 8:00pm vs. Kincaid.

The Varsity Boys Basketball team begins their journey at the Gene Bergschneider Turkey Tourney at 8:00pm vs. New Berlin.

 

DAILY SHIELD

Friday, November 18, 2016


Word of the Week is:  Deliverance

Bible Verse:  Romans 4:25, “Who was delivered up for our trespasses and raised for our justification.”


Today Lunch:  Antonio’s Ham or Turkey Sandwich and chips, $4

Monday’s Lunch:  Pulled Pork on Bun, Chips, Veggie Sticks, Drink and Dessert, $4


Happy Birthday today to:   

  1. All gift card orders for Thanksgiving or Black Friday shopping are due to Mrs. Haynes by 11:45am today.

  2. Boys’ basketball and cheerleading winter sports fee of $100.00 is due by 3pm on Monday.

  3. Attention Soccer Boys:  Please stop by the office to sign cards for your soccer coaches before the end of school today.

  4. Sophomores:  Candles will be delivered today.  Please pick them up AFTER school in Proverbs.

  5. Please join us on Tuesday at 3:15pm to support Kaitlyn W. as she signs her National Letter of Intent to play volleyball at Blackburn College.


During break today, the Spanish National Honor Society is having a “healthy” bake sale.   We have a special treat, so hurry to the lunchroom - first-come, first-served.


Activities this weekend:

The Varsity Girls Basketball team is at the Waverly Turkey Tourney on Saturday playing at 9am and 3pm.


This week’s Academic Spotlight shines on:

Freshman Kyleigh M. in P.E. for excellent effort in flag football and in Spanish for excellent class participation, behavior, leadership and performance on a single project, assignment, or test.

Sophomore Zach B. for excellent effort during flag football in P.E. and in English 10 for excellent class participation, behavior, leadership, and academic performance on a single project, assignment, or test, and consistent positive attitude and effort in class or on homework.

Sophomore Jillian M. in Spanish II for excellent academic performance on a single project, assignment, or test and major improvement in attitude and/or academics; also in Geometry for marked academic improvement and improved effort.

Senior Katie E. for excellent academic performance on a single project, assignment, or test and consistent positive attitude in Spanish IV.

Senior Alec B. in Brit Lit for excellent class participation, behavior, leadership and consistent positive attitude and effort in class or on homework.

Also nominated were:  Preston K., Garrett D., Savannah S., Levi L., Abbey M., Gabby C., and Kayla M.


This week’s Activity Spotlight shines on:

The Student Council for excellent participation, behavior, leadership and consistent positive attitude during the Festival of Trees service day.  They represented LuHi well to the Springfield community.  


This week’s Athletic Spotlight shines on:

Senior Kaitlyn Wiegand, basketball, for 12 points, 6 rebounds, 1 assist.  She played solid defense on Illini Central’s best player.

 

DAILY SHIELD

Thursday, November 17, 2016


Word of the Week is:  Deliverance

Bible Verse:  1 Corinthians 15:24, “Then comes the end, when he delivers the kingdom to God the Father after destroying every rule and every authority and power.”


Today Lunch:  Brown Bag

Tomorrow’s Lunch:  Antonio’s Ham or Turkey Sandwich and chips, $4


Happy Birthday today to:   

  1. Leadership Team Leaders meet today at break in the Bio room.

  2. Speech Team meets today from 3:05-4:00pm in Mrs. Quigg’s room.

  3. Winter Sports Pictures will be taken today after school.

  4. We are on Chapel Schedule tomorrow for Leadership Teams.

  5. Do you need gift cards for Thanksgiving or Black Friday Shopping?  Please place your order to Mrs. Haynes by 11:45am tomorrow.  Monday and Tuesday will be cash & carry only!

  6. Boys’ basketball and cheerleading winter sports fee of $100.00 is due by 3pm on Monday.

  7. Attention Soccer Boys:  Please stop by the office to sign cards for your soccer coaches.

  8. Sophomores:  Candles will be delivered tomorrow.  Please pick them up in Proverbs tomorrow AFTER school.

 

DAILY SHIELD

Wednesday, November 16, 2016


Word of the Week is:  Deliverance

Bible Verse:  Psalm 34:17, “When the righteous cry for help, the Lord hears and delivers them out of all their troubles.”


Today Lunch:  Antonio’s Pizza, $2 per slice

Tomorrow’s Lunch:  Brown Bag


Happy Birthday today to:   

  1. Honor Card applications are due in Mrs. Hennig’s box by 3pm today.

  2. Change of plans...Leadership Team Leaders will meet TOMORROW (Thursday) at break in the Bio room.

  3. At 3:15pm today, meet outside the gym to watch as Seton T. signs her National Letter of Intent to play Division 2 Volleyball at Upper Iowa University.

  4. There is a boys basketball parent/student meeting at 5:45pm tonight in the gym, followed by the boys blue & white scrimmage at 6:30pm.

  5. Speech Team will meet tomorrow from 3:05-4:00pm in Mrs. Quigg’s room.

  6. Winter Sports Pictures will be taken tomorrow after school.

  7. We are on Chapel Schedule on Friday for Leadership Teams.

  8. Thanks to everyone who came out and supported the Texas Roadhouse Fundraiser.

  9. Do you need gift cards for Thanksgiving or Black Friday Shopping?  Please place your order to Mrs. Haynes by 11:45am this Friday.  Next Monday and Tuesday will be cash & carry only!

  10. The Schwan’s Fundraiser continues through Sunday. Our campaign code is 28892.

  11. A reminder that the boys’ basketball and cheerleading winter sports fee of $100.00 is due by 3pm on Monday.

 

DAILY SHIELD

Tuesday, November 15, 2016


Word of the Week is:  Deliverance

Bible Verse:  Psalm 71:2, “In your righteousness deliver me and rescue me; incline your ear to me and save me!”


Today Lunch:  Brown Bag

Tomorrow’s Lunch:  Antonio’s Pizza, $2 per slice


Happy Birthday today to:   

  1. All Sophomores are to stay after chapel for a CACC presentation.

  2. Speech Team will meet today and Thursday from 3:05-4:00pm in Mrs. Quigg’s room.

  3. Honor Card applications are being accepted in Mrs. Hennig’s box until tomorrow at 3pm.

  4. Remember to pick up your pizzas from the Junior Class Pizza fundraiser today in the cafeteria from 3:30-6:30pm.  

  5. Tonight is also Texas Roadhouse Night from 3-10pm to support LuHi’s Operation fund.  Please come out to Texas Roadhouse for dinner and fellowship with our LuHi community.  Remember to bring your flyer (or grab one from the office) to give LuHi credit for your purchase.

  6. Leadership Team Leaders will meet in the Bio room at break tomorrow.

  7. Tomorrow at 3:15pm outside the gym, watch as Seton T. signs her National Letter of Intent to play Division 2 Volleyball at Upper Iowa University.  Your support is welcomed!

  8. Winter Sports Pictures will be taken this Thursday, Nov. 17th after school.

  9. Need gift cards for your Black Friday Shopping?  Order this Friday by 11:45am.  Next Monday and Tuesday will be cash & carry only!

  10. The Schwan’s Fundraiser continues through Sunday. Our campaign code is 28892.

  11. A reminder that the boys’ basketball and cheerleading winter sports fee of $100.00 is due no later than 3pm next Monday.

  12. If anyone still gets the newspaper, and has them in a recycling bin...the art room would be more than happy to take them off of your hands!! We need newspaper for projects and are running low. So....in case you just don’t know what to do with them? Drop them by Mrs. Henry’s room and they will be put to good use!  


Girls Basketball Update:

Congrats to the Varsity Girls Basketball team on their victory last night 55-40 over Illini Central.  Leading the way for the Crusaders were Seniors Elisabeth B. (13pts), Kaitlyn W. (12pts) and Katie E. (10 pts).  Elisabeth also pulled down a team high 8 rebounds in the game.  A great team effort by all to earn our first win.  Great job ladies!


Congrats to the JV Girls Basketball team on their victory last night as well, 32-16 over Illini Central.  The team used a balanced attack with 11 players scoring in the game!  Freshman Emily S. led the team with 6 points, while Sophomore Kaitlyn S. and Freshman Mikayla S. each scored 4.  Junior Maddy E. led the team with 6 rebounds on the game.  Great job ladies!

 

DAILY SHIELD

Monday, November 14, 2016


Word of the Week is:  Deliverance

Bible Verse:  Galatians 1:3-4, “Grace to you and peace from God our Father and the Lord Jesus Christ, who gave himself for our sins to deliver us from the present evil age, according to the will of our God and Father.”


Today Lunch:  Nachos or 2 soft tacos, $4

Tomorrow’s Lunch:  Brown Bag


Happy Birthday today to:   

  1. Teachers, please submit a lunch count after announcements.

  2. Shopper’s Blessings orders due to Mrs. Haynes by 11:45am today.

  3. There is a short Scholastic Bowl practice right after school today in Esther.  Anyone still interested in joining should see Mrs. Devine.

  4. CACC will have a presentation after chapel tomorrow for all Sophomores.

  5. Rock Climbers: we are climbing tomorrow.  See Mr. Kammerlohr if you need more information.

  6. Tomorrow afternoon is the Junior Class Pizza fundraiser pick up from 3:30-6:30pm.  

  7. Tomorrow night is also Texas Roadhouse Night from 3-10pm to support LuHi’s Operation fund.  Please come out to Texas Roadhouse tomorrow night for dinner and fellowship with our LuHi community.

  8. On Wednesday at 3:15, come see Seton T. sign her National Letter of Intent to play Division 2 Volleyball at Upper Iowa University.  Your support is welcomed!

  9. Need gift cards for your Black Friday Shopping?  Order this Friday by 11:45am.  Next Monday and Tuesday will be cash & carry only!

  10. The Schwan’s Fundraiser continues through Nov. 20th. Our campaign code is 28892.

  11. A reminder that the winter sports fee of $100.00 is now due.  Girl’s fee is due today before the end of school; Boy’s and Cheerleading fees due no later than 3pm next Monday.

 

DAILY SHIELD

Thursday, November 10, 2016


Word of the Week is:  Rejoice

Bible Verse:  Zephaniah, “The Lord your God is with you, the Mighty Warrior who saves.  He will take great delight in you; in his love he will no longer rebuke you, but will rejoice over you with singing.”


Today Lunch:  brown bag
Monday’s Lunch:  Nachos or 2 soft tacos, $4


Happy Birthday today to:   

  1. CACC Students:  Due to parent/teacher conferences, there are no afternoon classes at CACC.

  2. Today is the deadline to order your pizzas from a Junior class member.  Extra order forms are in the office.  Pick up is November 15th.  Juniors, turn in order forms to Mrs. Koopman TODAY!

  3. A reminder that the winter sports fee of $100.00 is due:  Girl’s sports fee due no later than Monday, Nov 14; Boy’s and Cheerleading sports fee due no later than Mon, Nov 21.  Notices have been sent out to all players who owe this fee.

  4. Rock Climbers - Our next climbing date is Tuesday, Nov. 15.  Rock Gym 101 will be offered.  New climbers are welcome.  

  5. Today, during assembly time, we will be honoring our veterans through a special service.

  6. Congratulations to the Sophomore class for donating the most items for the NHS Canned Food Drive!  The final results are:  Freshmen - 159 items; Sophomores - 1,094 items; Juniors - 343 items; Seniors - 500 items.  The Sophomore Class will receive a Break the Dress Code Day and the Juniors, Seniors and Sophomores will receive an ice cream treat next week!  Thanks for your donations to the Inner City Mission!  

  7. Speech Team will practice today from 3:05-4:00 in Mrs. Quigg’s room.

  8. Volleyball girls - turn in your clean uniform and bag to Mrs. McCulley by the end of the day.  

  9. Lu Hi students - Purchase your own Elite Eight Lutheran High volleyball t-shirt with the player’s names listed on the back side!!  Cost is $12 for short sleeve, $15 for long sleeve.  Order forms available in the office.  Checks need to made out to Greco Graphics.  Today is the deadline to order your shirt.

  10. Please submit Phantom Brunch donations by this Sunday. Please help us reach our goal of $5,000.00.   We have raised $3,490.00.  Thanks to everyone who has donated.

  11. The Schwan’s Fundraiser continues through Nov. 20th. Our campaign code is 28892.

  12. Bubble Soccer is Sunday, Nov 13, at Goals from 6:00-7:00pm.  Be sure to get a waiver form from the office for a parent signature.  To sign up for the event, you must bring in the parent-signed waiver and $5 admission fee.


Student Council is selling donuts at break today.


This week’s Academic Spotlight shines on:

Junior Drew C. in US History for excellent academic performance on a single project, assignment or test.

Senior Lauren M. for an excellent test score in economics.

Senior Ian G. in Publications for excellent class participation, behavior, leadership, and excellent discussion.


This week’s Activity Spotlight shines on:

*The amazing volleyball fans, especially the great sportsmanship shown by our student fan base, who, along with Stewardson-Strasburg, were recognized by the IHSA.

*The students who volunteered at the LSA Elementary Volleyball Tournament this past weekend.

*Our Art Club members for their hard work making decorations for LuHi’s tree for the Festival of Trees.


This week’s Athletic Spotlight shines on:

The Volleyball team for reaching the Elite 8 in the State of Illinois out of 178 teams.  This is an incredible accomplishment by these young women and their coaches!  Congrats for continuing to fight and push onward until the end.


Service Hour Opportunities  (Read on Tuesday/Thursday Only)

Oak Terrace HealthCare Center is looking for volunteers who are willing to:

  •     Visit with residents

  •     Play games

  •     Write letters or read

  •     Lend a hand with birthday parties, bingo, etc.

If you want to donate a few days a month or just a few hours, see the flyer on the bulletin board outside the office for contact information.

 

DAILY SHIELD

Wednesday, November 9, 2016


Word of the Week is:  Rejoice

Bible Verse:  Philippians 4:4, “Rejoice in the Lord always, again I will say, Rejoice!”


Today Lunch:  Antonio’s Pizza, cash only

Tomorrow’s lunch:  Brown Bag


Happy Birthday today to:   

  1. Tonight’s Winter Sports Rules Meeting will be at 7pm in the gym.  If you are playing a winter sport and did not attend the fall meeting, you MUST attend tonight in order to participate.

  2. Order your pizzas from a Junior class member by tomorrow.  Extra order forms are in the office.  Pick up is November 15th.

  3. A reminder that the winter sports fee of $100.00 is due:  Girls sports fee due no later than Monday, Nov 14; Boys sports fee due no later than Mon, Nov 21.  Notices have been sent out to all players who owe this fee.

  4. Rock Climbers - Our next climbing date is Tuesday, Nov. 15.  Rock Gym 101 will be offered.  New climbers are welcome.  

  5. We will be honoring our veterans through a Veterans’ Day service tomorrow during Assembly time.  The format has changed and we will not be serving lunch this year.  If you have a family member who you want to invite, please do so, and give that person’s name to the school office.  Due to the limited parking, we want to have an approximate head count by today at noon.  Thank you.

  6. National Honor Society Canned Food Drive update, as of 8:30 am:  Freshmen - 148 items; Sophomores - 1,090 items; Juniors - 343 items; Seniors - 452 items.  We have exceeded our goal of 2,000 items!  Donations will still be accepted until 3:00 today!  Thank you for helping the Inner City Mission!  

  7. Speech Team will practice tomorrow afternoon from 3:05-4:00 in Mrs. Quigg’s room.

  8. Volleyball girls - turn in your clean uniform and bag to Mrs. McCulley by tomorrow.  

  9. Lu Hi students - Purchase your own Elite Eight Lutheran High volleyball t-shirt with the player’s names listed on the back side!!  Cost is $12 for short sleeve, $15 for long sleeve.  Order forms available in the office.  Checks need to made out to Greco Graphics.  Deadline to order your shirt is tomorrow.

  10. Please submit Phantom Brunch donations by this Sunday. Please help us reach our goal of $5,000.00.   We have raised $3,370.00.  Thanks to everyone who has donated.

  11. The Schwan’s Fundraiser continues through Nov. 20th. Our campaign code is 28892.

  12. Bubble Soccer is this weekend.  Be sure to get a waiver form from the office for parent signature.  We will be at Goals on Sunday, Nov 13th from 6:00-7:00pm. To sign up for the event, you must bring in the parent-signed waiver and $5 admission fee.

  13. Do you have pictures of post-season volleyball or cross country and want to have them considered for the 2016-2017 yearbook.  Share your pics with the yearbook staff through the Walsworth Yearbook Snap app.  The access code is spiluhi2016.


Service Hour Opportunities  (Read on Tuesday/Thursday Only)

Oak Terrace HealthCare Center is looking for volunteers who are willing to:

  •     Visit with residents

  •     Play games

  •     Write letters or read

  •     Lend a hand with birthday parties, bingo, etc.

If you want to donate a few days a month or just a few hours, see the flyer on the bulletin board outside the office for contact information.

DAILY SHIELD

Tuesday, November 8, 2016


Word of the Week is:  Rejoice

Bible Verse:  Romans 12:12, “Rejoice in hope, be patient in tribulation, be constant in prayer.”


Today Lunch:  Brown Bag


Happy Birthday today to:   

  1. Tomorrow is the Winter Sports Rules Meeting at 7pm in the gym.  If you are playing a winter sport and did not attend the fall meeting, you MUST attend tomorrow night in order to participate.

  2. Order your pizzas from a Junior class member by Thursday.  Pick up is November 15th.

  3. A reminder that the winter sports fee of $100.00 is due:  Girls sports fee due no later than Monday, Nov 14; Boys sports fee due no later than Mon, Nov 21.  Notices have been sent out to all players if this amount is due.

  4. Rock Climbers - Our next climbing date is Tuesday, Nov. 15.  Rock Gym 101 will be offered.  New climbers are welcome.  

  5. We will be honoring our veterans through a Veterans’ Day service on Thursday during Assembly time.  The format has changed and we will not be serving lunch this year.  If you have a family member who you want to invite, please do so, and give that person’s name to the school office.  Due to the limited parking, we want to have an approximate head count by tomorrow at noon.  Thank you.

  6. National Honor Society Canned Food Drive update, as of 7:30 am:  Freshmen - 28 items; Sophomores - 525 items; Juniors - 59 items; Seniors - 246 items.  The canned food drive has been extended one more day!!  Please bring your non-perishable items to help the Inner City Mission!!!!

  7. All current members of the National Honor Society will meet tomorrow at 8:30 am in Mrs. Quigg’s room.

  8. Speech Team will practice today and Thursday afternoon from 3:05-4:00 in Mrs. Quigg’s room.

  9. Volleyball girls - turn in your clean uniform and bag to Mrs. McCulley by Thursday.  Also, please give Mrs. Gilman your shirt size and whether you want a long or short sleeve Elite Eight shirt by Thursday.

  10. Lu Hi students - Purchase your own Elite Eight Lutheran High volleyball t-shirt with the player’s names listed on the back side!!  Cost is $12 for short sleeve, $15 for long sleeve.  Order forms available in the office.  Checks need to made out to Greco Graphics.

  11. Madrigal practice today at 3:15 for sopranos only.  Everyone will practice tomorrow at 7:45 am.

  12. Please submit Phantom Brunch donations by this Sunday. Please help us reach our goal of $5,000.00.   We have raised $3,370.00.  Thanks to everyone who has donated.

  13. The Schwan’s Fundraiser continues through Nov. 20th. Our campaign code is 28892.

  14. Bubble Soccer is this weekend.  Be sure to get a waiver form from the office for parent signature.  We will be at Goals on Sunday, Nov 13th from 6:00-7:00pm. To sign up for the event, you must bring in the parent-signed waiver and $5 admission fee.

  15. A belated thank you to the students that baked cookies for our open house last week.  Please make sure you fill out your service hour form and have Mrs. Gilman sign off on it.  Two dozen cookies equals one hour of service.

  16. Do you have pictures of post-season volleyball or cross country and want to have them considered for the 2016-2017 yearbook.  Share your pics with the yearbook staff through the Walsworth Yearbook Snap app.  The access code is spiluhi2016.

  17. St. Mary’s College visits Thursday during 1st hour.  Sign up in the office.


Service Hour Opportunities  (Read on Tuesday/Thursday Only)

Oak Terrace HealthCare Center is looking for volunteers who are willing to:

  •     Visit with residents

  •     Play games

  •     Write letters or read

  •     Lend a hand with birthday parties, bingo, etc.

If you want to donate a few days a month or just a few hours, see the flyer on the bulletin board outside the office for contact information.

DAILY SHIELD

Monday, November 7, 2016


Word of the Week is:  Rejoice

Bible Verse:  Psalm 5:11, “But let all who take refuge in you rejoice; let them ever sing for joy, and spread your protection over them, that those who love your name may exult in you.”


NEW Monday Lunch Menu Item:  Pasta with Alfredo and Chicken Sauce, Corn, Drink, and Dessert, $4

Tomorrow’s Lunch:  Brown Bag


Happy Birthday today to:

  1. Scholastic Bowl will meet for a brief practice Monday after school in Esther.

  2. Tonight is both parent/teacher conferences from 5-7pm in the cafeteria AND also a sophomore parent meeting at 7:00pm in Ezra to go over test results.  Please remind your parents of these important meetings.

  3. Wednesday is the Winter Sports Rules Meeting at 7pm in the gym.  If you are playing a winter sport and did not attend the fall meeting, you MUST attend on Wednesday night in order to participate.

  4. Order your pizzas from a Junior class member by Thursday.  Pick up is November 15th.

  5. Rock Climbers - Our next climbing date is Tuesday, Nov. 15.  Rock Gym 101 will be offered.  New climbers are welcome.  

  6. We will be honoring our veterans through a Veterans’ Day service on Thursday during Assembly time.  The format has changed and we will not be serving lunch this year.  If you have a family member who you want to invite, please do so give that person’s name to the school office.  Due to the limited parking, we want to have an approximate head count by Wednesday at noon.  Thank you.

  7. National Honor Society Canned Food Drive update:  Freshmen - 7 items; Sophomores - 89 items; Juniors - 59 items; Seniors - 140 items.  Please continue to help the Inner City Mission by bringing your non-perishable food items to school by tomorrow.

  8. All current members of the National Honor Society will meet this Wednesday at 8:30 am in Mrs. Quigg’s room.

  9. Speech Team will practice this week on Tuesday and Thursday afternoon from 3:05-4:00 in Mrs. Quigg’s room.

  10. Shopper’s Blessing’s orders due to Mrs. Haynes by 11:45 today.

  11. Please submit Phantom Brunch donations by this Sunday. Please help us reach our goal of $5,000.00.   We have raised $3,370.00.  Thanks to everyone who has donated.

  12. The Schwan’s Fundraiser continues through Nov. 20th. Our campaign code is 28892.

  13. Bubble Soccer is this weekend.  Be sure to get a waiver form from the office for parent signature.  We will be at Goals on Nov 13th from 6:00-7:00pm. To sign up for the event, you must bring in the parent-signed waiver and $5 admission fee.

  14. Do you have pictures of post-season volleyball or cross country and want to have them considered for the 2016-2017 yearbook.  Share your pics with the yearbook staff through the Walsworth Yearbook Snap app.  The access code is spiluhi2016.

  15. St. Mary’s College visits Thursday during 1st hour.  Sign up in the office.


Volleyball Update:  

The Lutheran Crusaders’ Volleyball season came to an end on Saturday when they ran into a very good Windsor/Stew-Stras team.  The girls continued to fight, but just couldn’t gain the lead in Game 2.  They ended their season with a great run and finished in the Elite 8 of the IHSA State Series!  Keep your heads up ladies!  Thanks to the amazing fans who came on this journey with our team!  It was a great season and a great last 2 weeks in post season!


Service Hour Opportunities  (Read on Tuesday/Thursday Only)

Oak Terrace HealthCare Center is looking for volunteers who are willing to:

  •     Visit with residents

  •     Play games

  •     Write letters or read

  •     Lend a hand with birthday parties, bingo, etc.

If you want to donate a few days a month or just a few hours, see the flyer on the bulletin board outside the office for contact information.

DAILY SHIELD

Friday, November 4, 2016


Word of the Week is:  Listen

Bible Verse:  Jeremiah 29:12, “Then you will call on me and come and pray to me and I will listen to you.”


Today’s Lunch:  Antonio’s Ham or Turkey Sandwich & Chips, $4

NEW Monday Lunch Menu Item:  Pasta with Alfredo and Chicken Sauce, Corn, Drink, and Dessert, $4


Happy Birthday today to:

  1. Teachers, please submit lunch count.  A is Ham, B is Turkey.

  2. Congratulations to LuHi’s volleyball team, coaches, the Crusader Crazies, parents, and all the Crusader Nation as we continue our road to State.  

  3. We are changing from Chapel Schedule to Pep Assembly Schedule today.  Therefore, we will be on regular Friday Schedule and then switch to Pep Assembly Schedule at the beginning of 6th hour.  We will meet in the gym at 2:40 to continue the awesome, positive cheering from last night for our sectional champion volleyball team!

  4. Mock Trial Practice will be held tomorrow from 9am-noon.

  5. Scholastic Bowl will meet for a brief practice Monday after school in Esther.

  6. Order your pizzas from a Junior class member by Thursday, Nov. 10th.  Pick up is November 15th.  

  7. National Honor Society Canned Food Drive update:  Freshmen - 0 items; Sophomores - 89 items; Juniors - 59 items; Seniors - 131 items.  Please continue to help the Inner City Mission by bringing your non-perishable food items to school by November 8th.

  8. Please submit Phantom Brunch donations by Sunday, Nov. 13th.

  9. The Schwan’s Fundraiser continues through Nov. 20th. Our campaign code is 28892.

  10. Bubble Soccer is next weekend.  Be sure to get a waiver form from the office for parent signature.  We will be at Goals on Nov 13th from 6:00-7:00pm. To sign up for the event, you must bring in the parent-signed waiver and $5 admission fee.

  11. St. Mary’s College visits next Thursday during 1st hour.  Sign up in the office.

  12. Stop by the Holiday Craft Fair tomorrow from 10am - 4pm.  Volunteers are still needed to help vendors set up Saturday morning from 7-10am and then help them tear down and clean up the school at approx. 3:30pm.  Sign up sheet is on the bulletin board by the office.  Service Hours are available, so be sure to pick up a form in the office today if you plan to help.


This week’s Academic Spotlight shines on:

Freshman Lauren K. for excellent academic performance on a single project, assignment or test and consistent positive effort in class or on homework in Spanish I.

Sophomore Jacquelynn C. for excellent class participation, behavior, leadership and consistent postive effort in class or on homework in Algebra 1.

Sophomore Brandon W. in Spanish II for excellent academic performance on a single project, assignment or test and consistent positive effort in class or on homework.

Senior Jaylynn S. in Art and Trig for consistent positive attitude and consistent positive effort in class or on homework.  And in Art for all of her help as an aid.  She is dependable, reliable, and a blessing to have as a helper.

Also nominated were: Anamarie D., Maddy E., Mikayla S., and Lauren M.


This week’s Activity Spotlight shines on:

Our Awesome Volleyball Fans!!!  Thank you for your support.



This week’s Athletic Spotlight shines on:

The varsity girls volleyball team!



This weekend’s activities:

*Holiday Craft Fair tomorrow from 10-4.

*Volleyball Supersectionals - tomorrow at Mt. Pulaski beginning at 1:00pm.  If you are interested in riding a fan van, please sign up by lunch today.  The cost will be $2 to ride, plus game admission.  We will also be taking a JV volleyball bus.  JV girls, please sign up in the office as well.  Tomorrow is a BLUE OUT.  Show your Crusader Pride.  Let’s fill the stands with a sea of BLUE.

 

DAILY SHIELD

Thursday, November 3, 2016



Word of the Week is:  Listen

Bible Verse:  1 John 5:14, “This is the confidence we have in approaching God: that if we ask anything according to his will, he hears us.”


Today’s Lunch:  Brown Bag

Tomorrow’s Lunch:  Antonio’s Ham or Turkey Sandwich & Chips, $4


Happy Birthday today to:

  1. After school today: Speech Team from 3:05-4:00 in Mrs. Quigg’s room and Art Club from 3:10 to 4:00.

  2. Mock Trial Practice will be held this Saturday from 9am-noon.

  3. Scholastic Bowl will meet for a brief practice Monday after school in Esther.

  4. A big thank you to students and staff for their help with last night’s open house!  Kudos to Mr. James for all his hard work.  We had a great turn out!  Also, a big thanks to the madrigals for their efforts at last night’s Open House.  You sounded great and our madrigal dinner looks to be very successful.

  5. Order your pizzas from a Junior class member.  Pick up is November 15th.  

  6. National Honor Society Canned Food Drive update:  Freshmen - 0 items; Sophomores - 74 items; Juniors - 59 items; Seniors - 75 items.  Please continue to help the Inner City Mission by bringing your non-perishable food items through November 8th.

  7. Grab a waiver form from the office today for Bubble Soccer.  We will be at Goals on Nov 13th from 6:00-7:00pm. To sign up for the event, you must bring in the parent-signed waiver and $5 admission fee.

  8. St. Mary’s College visits on Nov. 10th during 1st hour.  Sign up in the office.

  9. Tomorrow we are on Chapel Schedule for Leadership Teams.

  10. Remember that LuHi’s Annual Holiday Craft Fair is this Saturday from 10am - 4pm.  Volunteers are needed to help vendors set up Saturday morning from 7-10am and then help them tear down and clean up the school at approx. 3:30.  Sign up sheet is on the bulletin board by the office. Service Hours are available, so be sure to pick up a form in the office today if you plan to help.



Tonight’s Activity:

Come out to Jacksonville Routt tonight to support our volleyball girls in their game against Mt. Olive!!!  The game starts at 6:00pm.

There is a sign-up sheet in the office for fan vans.  The cost is $2 (plus money for admission to the game).  The buses leave at 4:45pm from the gravel lot.  It is a BLACK OUT, so wear black and cheer our Lady Crusaders to victory!!

 

DAILY SHIELD

Wednesday, November 2, 2016



Word of the Week is:  Listen

Bible Verse:  James 1:22, “Do not merely listen to the word, and so deceive yourselves, do what it says.”


Today’s Lunch:  Antonio’s Pizza, $2

Tomorrow’s Lunch:  Brown Bag


Happy Birthday today to:

  1. All Madrigals are to be here at 5:30pm tonight to prepare for the Open House performance.

  2. With prospective families coming to look at our school during this evening’s Open House, please help us clean up.  Make sure that all of your items are inside your LOCKED locker.  Also check the silver bench for found items that may be yours.  We will dispose of all items on the silver bench and on top of the lockers after school today.

  3. Faculty, staff, and students assisting with Open House:  please park at the south end of the parking lot to make room for our Open House guests this evening.

  4. Students who are helping with Open House, please see Mr. James today.

  5. Tomorrow, the Speech Team will meet from 3:05-4:00 in Mrs. Quigg’s room and the Art Club will meet from 3:10 to 4:00 to finish decorating our school tree for the Festival of Trees.

  6. Mock Trial Practice will be held this Saturday from 9am-noon.

  7. The Junior class is selling pizzas for pick up on November 15th.  See a Junior class member to order.

  8. The NHS Canned Food Drive has started and runs through Nov 8.  Please mark your items with your graduation year.  Our school goal is 2,000 items which will be donated locally to the Inner City Mission.

  9. Please submit Phantom Brunch donations by Sunday, Nov. 13th.

  10. The Schwan’s Fundraiser continues through Nov. 20th. Our campaign code is 28892.

  11. Student Council is hosting Bubble Soccer at Goals on Nov 13th from 6:00-7:00pm for $5.  Waiver forms are NOW in the office.  To sign up for the event, you must bring in a parent-signed waiver and the admission fee.

  12. St. Mary’s College visits on Nov. 10th during 1st hour.  Sign up in the office.

  13. Friday is Chapel Schedule.

  14. Remember that LuHi’s Annual Holiday Craft Fair is this Saturday, Nov 5th from 10am - 4pm.



Volleyball Update:

The girls’ volleyball team faced a tough Hardin Calhoun team last night, but showed what it means to be a true team!  With all players playing the best they could and working together and showing chemistry... the girls won in 2 straight sets- 25-21, 25-21.  I am so proud to say I am your coach!!! -Coach McCulley

Thanks to all of our amazing fans!  We have the best fans in the world!!  Come out to Jacksonville Routt tomorrow to support our girls in their game against Mt. Olive!!!   There is a sign-up sheet in the office for fan vans.  As always, the cost is $2 (plus bring money for game admission).  The buses leave at 4:45pm from the gravel lot.  It is a BLACK OUT, so wear black and cheer our Lady Crusaders to victory!!

DAILY SHIELD

Tuesday, November 1, 2016



Word of the Week is:  Listen

Bible Verse:  Luke 11:28, “Blessed rather are those who hear the work of God and obey it.”


Today’s Lunch:  Brown Bag

Tomorrow’s Lunch:  Antonio’s Pizza, $2


Happy Birthday today to:

  1. The boys have madrigal rehearsal after school today from 3:15-4:15. Everyone is to be here at 5:30pm tomorrow to prepare for the Open House performance.

  2. Speech Team will meet today and Thursday from 3:05-4:00 in Mrs. Quigg’s room.

  3. Jostens will be here tomorrow morning from 8:15-9:00 to deliver the Sophomore class rings.

  4. Leadership Team Leaders will meet tomorrow morning in Mr. Kammerlohr’s room at 8:30.

  5. The Art Club will meet Thursday after school from 3:10 to 4:00 to finish decorating our school tree for the Festival of Trees.

  6. The Junior class is selling pizzas for pick up on November 15th.  See a Junior class member to order.

  7. For the NHS Canned Food Drive, please mark your items with your graduation year:  Seniors - 17, Juniors - 18, Sophomores - 19, and Freshmen - 20.  As of 7:00am today, the Seniors are in the lead with 18 items!  Our school goal is 2,000 items which will be donated locally to the Inner City Mission.

  8. Reminder to those signed up, Illinois College is here today during 2nd hour.  St. Mary’s College visits on Nov 10 during 1st hour.  Sign up in the office.

  9. Sports Radio 1450 will be broadcasting from outside the school office in the morning.  Please be mindful of their presence as you enter the building tomorrow.


Tonight’s Activity:

Varsity Volleyball at Jacksonville Routt beginning at 5:30pm as they begin their sectional run toward State.  If you want to ride the fan van to tonight’s volleyball game, you must sign up during break.  The cost for the bus is $2, but remember to bring admission money for the game!  Respectful, appropriate, and even funny costumes are encouraged to show support for our Lady Crusaders.  If you have questions about your costume, ask Mrs. McCulley or don’t wear it.


Service Hour & Employment Opportunities  (Read on Tuesday/Thursday Only)

  1. Cookies are still needed for tomorrow’s Open House.  See Mrs. Gilman by lunch today if interested in baking cookies for service hours.  2 dozen cookies = 1 service hour

  2. Job opportunity available for office cleaning company on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays from 5-7:30pm.  If interested, stop by the office for the employer’s contact information.

 

DAILY SHIELD

Monday, October 31, 2016



Word of the Week is:  Listen

Bible Verse:  James 1:19, “My dear brothers and sisters, take note of this:  Everyone should be quick to listen, slow to speak and slow to become angry.”


Today’s Lunch:  Nachos or 2 Soft Tacos and pumpkin bars, $4

Tomorrow’s Lunch:  Brown Bag


Happy Birthday today to:

  1. Art Club members will be delivering Pumpkin-Grams today.

  2. Congratulations to the cast and crew of “Down in Front”.  Your performances this past weekend were spot on.  Thank you to Lora Beavers, the play’s director, Mr. Schorfheide, and all of the parent volunteers for your time spent helping the students present their God-given talents to two packed theater houses.

  3. Spanish Honor Society has special treats for sale during break.

  4. Shopper’s Blessings orders are due to Mrs. Haynes by 11:45am today.

  5. Don’t forget - Mock Trial Practice, this Saturday, 9-noon.

  6. Leadership Team Leaders will meet Wednesday morning in Mr. Kammerlohr’s room at 8:30.

  7. The Junior class is selling pizzas as a class fundraiser.  The pizzas, with various toppings and cost ranging from $10-14, will be made for pick up on November 15th.  See a Junior class member to order.

  8. The Altos will have madrigal rehearsal after school today from 3:15-4:30.  Tomorrow, the Sopranos practice at 7:15am and the boys practice from 3:15-4:15.  Everyone is to be here at 5:30pm on Wednesday to prepare for the Open House performance.

  9. The NHS Annual Canned Food Drive begins tomorrow and runs through Nov 8 with collections donated to the Inner City Mission. Our school goal is 2,000 items.  The class who brings in the most items will receive a free break the dress code day! And any class who brings in 300 items on their own will receive an ice cream treat!

  10. On Nov 13th from 6:00-7:00pm, the Student Council will host Bubble Soccer at Goals.  Admission is $5.  To sign up for the event, you must bring in a parent-signed waiver and the admission fee.  Waiver forms are available in the office.

  11. Illinois College visits tomorrow during 2nd hour and St. Mary’s College visits on Nov 10 during 1st hour.  Sign up sheets are in the office.

  12. Please submit Phantom Brunch donations by Sunday, Nov. 13th.

  13. The Schwan’s Fundraiser continues through Nov. 20th.

  14. Honor Cards are issued to: Lynsie B., Brett L., Jillian M., and Brooklyn T.
  15. Sign up in the school office to ride the fan vans to tomorrow night’s volleyball game at Jacksonville Routt as they take on Hardin Calhoun in the first round of sectional play.  The cost for the bus is $2, but remember to bring money for admission to the game!  Come to the game DRESSED IN COSTUME!  It must be respectful, appropriate, or funny.  If you have a question about your costume- ask Mrs. McCulley or don’t wear it. Let’s come together to have fund and cheer our Lady Crusaders all the way to STATE!

Cross Country Update:

We had a rough end to a good season. Although Brigid ran her season’s best time and Tessa had a PR, State was just out of reach.  Thank you to everyone for your support and prayers this season.

 

DAILY SHIELD

Friday, October 28, 2016



Word of the Week is:  Offering

Bible Verse:  Proverbs 3:9, “Honor the Lord with your wealth and with the first fruits of all your produce.”


Today’s Lunch:   Antonio’s Ham or Turkey Sandwich and Chips, $4

Monday’s Lunch:  Nachos or 2 Soft Tacos, $4


Happy Birthday today to: Senior Madalynn S.

  1. Teachers:  the Cross Country team should be dismissed at 1:30pm today.

  2. Art Club meets today from 3:10-4:00.  

  3. Today is the last day to purchase Pumpkin-Grams for 50 cents each.  See an art club member during lunch or stop by the Art Room.  Pumpkin-Grams will be delivered on Monday.

  4. If you played a fall sport, stop by the silver bench to pick up your artwork by the end of the day.

  5. Beginning today, the Junior class will be selling pizzas to raise money for their class.  The pizzas, with various toppings; cost ranging from $10-14, will be made for pick up on November 15th.  See a Junior class member to order.

  6. Rock Climbers:  Anyone interested in climbing on Monday should talk to Mr. K by noon today.

  7. The Altos will have madrigal rehearsal on Monday after school from 3:15-4:00.

  8. Religion 10/11 students:  remember the guest speaker will be here today during 5th & 6th periods.  Be sure to eat 1st lunch if you are attending the 5th period class.

  9. Monday will be a free dress down day.  The same rules as a student council dress down day and dress code rules apply.  No leggings, unless they follow the dress code, and no costumes of any kind are permitted.

  10. Do you like competition? Do you like helping those in need?  Then get ready to donate some canned food!  The annual National Honor Society Canned Foods Drive begins Tuesday Nov 1 through Nov 8.  All proceeds are going to Inner City Mission. Think we can reach the school goal of 2,000 items?  The class who brings in the most items will receive a free break the dress code day! And any class who brings in 300 items on their own will receive an ice cream treat! Go out this weekend and buy some canned goods to help others and your class!

  11. With the 1st quarter complete, you may have taken some photos that you want considered for the 2016-2017 yearbook.  Share your pics with the yearbook staff through the Walsworth Yearbook Snap app.  The access code is spiluhi2016.

  12. On Nov 13th from 6:00-7:00pm, the Student Council will host Bubble Soccer at Goals.  Admission is $5.  To sign up for the event, you must bring in a parent-signed waiver and the admission fee.  Waiver forms are available in the office.

  13. Illinois College visits on Tuesday during 2nd hour and St. Mary’s College visits on Nov 10.  Sign up sheets are in the office.


Volleyball Update:

Varsity Volleyball took on 26+ year rival Mt. Pulaski in the 1A Regional at Nokomis last night.  The girls came out in game one with complete control.  Their blocking, defense, reading the ball, shutting down their hitters and executing the ball was flawless!  The girls took game 1, 25-10.  

In game 2, the girls knew that Mt. Pulaski would not lay down without a fight.  The game was point for point... but the girls remained calm under pressure and gained a bit of a lead, but that can be a challenge.  However, the Lady Crusaders kept composure and finished game 2, 25-21 and took a back to back Regional Championship!  Thanks to all the fans that came out to support the girls!!  Your energy is so appreciated!

The Varsity girls play again on Tuesday night in Jacksonville against Hardin Calhoun.  We will be taking a fan van to Jacksonville on Tuesday for $2.  Sign up in the office.


This week’s Academic Spotlight shines on:

Senior Breann D. in Chemistry for a great job on the Chapter 5 test.

Junior Jack W. in US History and Dual Credit Novels for excellent class participation, behavior and leadership.

Junior Colin G. in US History and Brit Lit for excellent class participation, behavior, and leadership, and in Spanish III for excellent academic performance on a single project, assignment or test and consistent positive effort in class or on homework.

Sophomore Francesca A. in Health for excellent class participation, behavior, leadership and excellent score on the first quiz.

Also nominated:  Alec B., Bryce S., Addie W., Ben A., Lynsie B., Brianna S., Amelia S., Brandon L., Tessa W., Ben S., Rachal R., Russell C., and Abby I.


This week’s Athletic Spotlight shines on:

Senior Zach V. and Freshman Michael B. in Cross Country for advancing to Sectionals!

The Girls Varsity Volleyball Team for winning Regionals and playing as a team.  This performance was the epitome of a true team.


This weekend’s activities:

Come see the Fall Play tonight and/or tomorrow at 7:00pm in Guild Hall.

The Cross Country Sectionals are being held at Maple Lane Country Club in Elmwood. The girls race at 10:30 and Zach and Michael race at 11:30.

 

DAILY SHIELD

Thursday, October 27, 2016



Word of the Week is:  Offering

Bible Verse:  Hebrews 13:15, “Through him then let us continually offer up a sacrifice of praise to God, that is, the fruit of lips that acknowledge his name.”


Today’s Lunch:  Brown Bag

Tomorrow’s Lunch:  Antonio’s Ham or Turkey Sandwich and Chips, $4


Happy Birthday today to:

  1. There will be NO Speech Open Practice today.  Speech Team practices resume next week.

  2. Tomorrow is Assembly Schedule for a special Red Ribbon guest speaker;  and it’s “Red Day.”  Wear red clothing.  Shorts and sweat pants allowed IF they are red.

  3. Congratulations to Jo B. for correctly answering yesterday’s Red Ribbon question of the day.  No one claimed the Red Ribbon number of the day.

  4. Art Club will meet tomorrow from 3:10-4:00.  

  5. Remember to purchase Pumpkin-Grams for all your favorite people for 50 cents each until Oct 28th.  See an art club member during lunch or stop by the Art Room.  Pumpkin-Grams will be delivered on Monday.

  6. If you played a fall sport, stop by the silver bench to pick up your artwork by the end of the day tomorrow.

  7. On Nov 13th from 6:00-7:00pm, the Student Council will host Bubble Soccer at Goals.  Admission is $5.  Signed waiver forms are required and will be available later today or tomorrow.  We will announce when the forms are available.

  8. Phantom Brunch donations are due by Sunday, Nov. 13th.

  9. Don’t forget to support the Schwan’s Fundraiser.  Our code is 28892.

  10. Lake Forest University is visiting today during 7th hour.  Illinois College will be here on Tuesday during 2nd hour and St. Mary’s College will be here on Nov 10.  Sign up sheets are in the office.


Student Council will sell donuts at break today.


Tonight’s Activity:  The Varsity Volleyball team continues in regional play tonight at Nokomis vs Mt. Pulaski at 6:00pm and we are sending FAN VANS.  One fan van is full and we are starting on the second.  If you are interested in riding, the cost is $2 (don’t forget your admission money) and you need to sign up in the office by the end of break today.  Vans leave at 4:00pm (that’s a change from the original time of 5:15pm).  And, IT’S A WHITE OUT!  Let’s all wear white to support our Lady Crusaders!


Service Hour & Employment Opportunities  (Read on Tuesday/Thursday Only)

  1. Cookies needed for our Open House next Wednesday, Nov. 2nd.  See Mrs. Gilman if interested in signing up to bake.  2 dozen cookies = 1 service hour

  2. Our Savior's Church and School Trunk or Treat event on Monday, October 31st from 5-7pm in the OS parking lot.  See the flyer on the bulletin board outside the school office for more information.

  3. Job opportunity for office cleaning company on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays from 5-7:30pm.  If interested, stop by the office for the employer’s contact information.

 

DAILY SHIELD

Wednesday, October 26, 2016



Word of the Week is:  Offering

Bible Verse:  Genesis 4:3-4, “In the course of time Cain brought to the Lord an offering of the fruit of the ground, and Abel also brought of the firstborn of his flock and of their fat portions.  And the Lord had regard for Abel and his offering....”


Today’s Lunch:  Antonio’s Pizza, $2 per slice

Tomorrow’s Lunch:  Brown Bag


Happy Birthday today to:

  1. Honor Card applications are due in Mrs. Hennig’s box by 3:00pm today.

  2. Student Council is meeting after school today in Mark.  Be there!

  3. Madrigal Rehearsals:  Sopranos from 3:15-4:00 today and Boys at 7:15am tomorrow.

  4. A set of house keys, with a blue plastic coil ring, were found in the parking lot.  See Mrs. G. if they belong to you.

  5. Juniors:  Thursday morning, prom committee will meet in Joel at 7am.

  6. There will be NO Speech Open Practice this week.  Speech Team practices resume next week.

  7. Art Club will meet this Friday from 3:10-4:00.  

  8. Don’t forget to purchase Pumpkin-Grams for all your favorite people for 50 cents each until Oct 28th.  See an art club member during lunch or stop by the Art Room.  Pumpkin-Grams will be delivered on Oct 31st.

  9. Fall Sport player artwork is on the silver bench outside the office.  If you played a fall sport, please come check.  Those not claimed by the end of the week will be disposed.

  10. Sign up in the office to ride the fan van to Thursday’s volleyball game.  Cost to ride the bus is $2.  We are leaving from the gravel parking lot at 5:15.  Don’t forget to bring money for entrance into the game.

  11. Phantom Brunch donations are due by Sunday, Nov. 13th.

  12. Don’t forget to support the Schwan’s Fundraiser.  Our code is 28892.

  13. Lake Forest University is visiting tomorrow during 7th hour.  Next week’s visit: Illinois College on Tuesday, Nov 1st during 2nd hour.  St. Mary’s College will be here on Nov 10.  Sign up sheets are in the office.

  14. Tomorrow’s Red Ribbon dress down day is - “Don’t Get Mixed Up in Drugs.”  Wear mix and match clothing.  Shorts and sweats allowed if part of a mix & match outfit.  Friday is “Red Day.”  Wear red clothing.  Shorts and sweats allowed IF they are red.

   10.   Friday is Assembly schedule for a special Red Ribbon guest speaker.


Student Council will sell muffins at break.


Volleyball Update:

The Girls’ Volleyball team came out blazing on Tuesday night.  The girls played well as a team and dominated with a 25-10 25-13 win!  Come out and cheer Thursday as we face long time rival Mt Pulaski.  Sign up in the office for the fan van!

 

DAILY SHIELD

Tuesday, October 25, 2016



Word of the Week is:  Offering

Bible Verse:  2 Timothy 4:6-7, “for I am already being poured out as a drink offering, and the time of my departure has come.  I have fought the good fight, I have finished the race, I have kept the faith.”


Today’s Lunch:  Brown Bag

Tomorrow’s Lunch:  Antonio’s Pizza, $2 per slice


Happy Birthday today to: Freshman Jonathan A.

  1. Members of the JV girls’ volleyball team riding the bus to tonight’s game need to sign up in the office and be ready to leave at 3:30pm.

  2. There will be NO Speech Open Practice this week.  Speech Team practices will resume next week.

  3. There will be a mock trial meeting today at break in Ezra.

  4. The boys have madrigal practice after school today and the Sopranos have practice after school tomorrow.

  5. Surprise your friends with a sweet Fall Treat!  The LuHi Art Club will be selling Pumpkin-Grams for 50 cents each until Oct 28th during lunches or stop by the Art Room.  Pumpkin-Grams will be delivered on Oct 31st.

  6. Phantom Brunch donations are due by Sunday, Nov. 13th.

  7. Don’t forget to support the Schwan’s Fundraiser.  Our code is 28892.

  8. This week’s college visits include: McKendree today during 3rd hour and Lake Forest University on Thursday - 7th hour.  Next week’s visit: Illinois College on Tuesday, Nov 1st during 2nd hour.  St. Mary’s College will be here on Nov 10.  Sign up sheets are in the office.

  9. This week is Red Ribbon Week.  Here are the following dress down days:

Tomorrow - “Team Up Against Drugs!”  Wear team sports apparel.

Thursday - “Don’t Get Mixed Up in Drugs.”  Wear mix and match clothing.

Friday - “Red Day.”  Wear red clothing.

   10.   Congratulations to Addie W. for answering yesterday’s Red Ribbon question correctly and to Carson M. for having the daily Red Ribbon number.  Please see Mrs. O’Connell to claim your prizes.

Activities tonight: Varsity Girls Volleyball IHSA Regional game at Nokomis vs. Nokomis at 5:30pm.



Service Hour Opportunity  (Read on Tuesday/Thursday Only)

  1. Cookies needed for our Open House next Wednesday, Nov. 2nd.  See Mrs. Gilman if interested in signing up to bake.  2 dozen cookies = 1 service hour

  2. Our Savior's Church and School Trunk or Treat event on Monday, October 31st from 5-7pm in the OS parking lot.  See the flyer on the bulletin board outside the school office for more information.

 

DAILY SHIELD

Monday, October 24, 2016


Word of the Week is:  Offering

Bible Verse:  2 Corinthians 9:7, “Each one must give as he has decided in his heart, not reluctantly or under compulsion, for God loves a cheerful giver.”


Today’s Lunch:  Nachos or 2 soft tacos, $4

Tomorrow’s Lunch:  Brown Bag


Happy Birthday today to: Sophomore Jacquelynn C.

  1. Members of the JV girls' team riding the bus to the volleyball game tomorrow night need to sign up in the office and need to be ready to leave at 3:30pm.
  2. Surprise your friends with a sweet Fall Treat!  The LuHi Art Club will be selling Pumpkin-Grams for 50 cents each from Oct 24th to Oct 28th during lunches or stop by the Art Room.  Pumpkin-Grams will be delivered by Art Club reps on Oct 31st.
  3. There will be a mock trial meeting Tuesday at break in Ezra.
  4. Shopper’s Blessings are due to Mrs. Haynes by 11:45am today.
  5. Phantom Brunch donations are due by Sunday, Nov. 13th.
  6. Don’t forget to support the Schwan’s Fundraiser...returning 20% of purchases to LuHi’s operating budget.  Our code is 28892.
  7. This week’s college visits include: Indiana University today during 4th hour, McKendree on Tuesday - 3rd hour, and Lake Forest University on Thursday - 7th hour.  Next week’s visit: Illinois College on Tuesday, Nov 1st during 2nd hour.  Sign up sheets are in the office.
  8. This week is Red Ribbon Week.  Here are the following dress down days:

Tomorrow - “Peace Out to Drugs!”  Wear peace signs and/or tie-dye clothing.

Wednesday - “Team Up Against Drugs!”  Wear team sports apparel.

Thursday - “Don’t Get Mixed Up in Drugs.”  Wear mix and match clothing.

Friday - “Red Day.”  Wear red clothing.



Cross Country Update:

Saturday was a beautiful day for running!  Please congratulate all of the students on running a good race.  The Girls team, along with Michael and Zach, will be running at Sectionals this coming Saturday!


On the boys’ team, Michael finished 27th of 771 with a time of 18:04 and was the 3rd individual qualifier; Zach finished 32nd with a time of 18:12 and was the 4th individual qualifier; Jay and David also finished well and with very respectable times.


The girls’ team placed 3rd with 88 points. Liberty won with 43 and Williamsville was 2nd with 53 points. Maddy finished 3rd out of 71 with a time of 18:51.  Jackie, Brigid, Bernie, Tessa, and Laura all did well and rounded out the 3rd place team.


Service Hour Opportunity  (Read on Tuesday/Thursday Only)

  1. Cookies needed for our Open House on Wednesday, Nov. 2nd.  See Mrs. Gilman if interested in signing up to bake.  2 dozen cookies = 1 service hour

  2. Our Savior's Church and School would love to have volunteers (who can receive service hours) to help with our Trunk or Treat event on Monday, October 31st from 5-7pm in the OS parking lot - Rain or Shine!  See the flyer on the bulletin board outside the school office for more information.

 

DAILY SHIELD

Friday, October 21, 2016


Word of the Week is:  Strife

Bible Verse:  Proverbs 10:12, “Hatred stirs up strife, but love covers all offenses.”


Today’s Lunch:  Antonio’s Ham or Turkey Sandwich and Chips, $4

Monday’s Lunch:  Nachos or 2 soft tacos, $4


Happy Birthday today to: Senior Ian G. and on Saturday to:  Sophomore Preston K.


  1. Leadership Teams should meet in assigned locations - gym, hallway, cafeteria when the bell rings after 3rd hour.  Please excuse leaders a couple minutes early to come to the gym for supplies.

  2. All good chemists have been up since 6:02, and we’ve all counted a mole of something.  We have mole holes, and gummy worms, and dirt cake to eat.  I have a great Mole Day card from my favorite chemist.  Hooray, hooray for mole day!  6.02 x 1023 atoms in 12 grams of carbon!  What an amazing number.  Happy Mole Day to all!

  3. All boys interested in baseball, please come to a short meeting in the gym immediately after school today.

  4. Check the lost and found on the silver bench. Everything left after 3:30 today will be donated.

  5. Remember the Schwan’s Fundraiser...returning 20% of purchases to LuHi’s operating budget.

  6. Next week’s college visits include:   Indiana University on Monday - 4th hour, McKendree on Tuesday - 3rd hour, and Lake Forest University on Thursday - 7th hour.  Sign up sheets are in the office.

  7. Service hour opportunity this Sunday from 12:30-3:00pm:  Volunteer at Henson Robinson Zoo’ Zooley Ghouley.  Contact Ms. Burch or Addison today if interested.

  8. Next week we will be celebrating Red Ribbon Week.  Here are the following dress down days:

Monday - “Put Drugs to Sleep.”  Wear PJ’s or comfy clothes (within dress code)!

Tuesday - “Peace Out to Drugs!”  Wear peace signs and/or tie-dye clothing.

Wednesday - “Team Up Against Drugs!”  Wear team sports apparel.

Thursday - “Don’t Get Mixed Up in Drugs.”  Wear mix and match clothing.

Friday - “Red Day.”  Wear red clothing.


Volleyball Update:

The Saders came out for their last conference game against the host team Edinburg.  The Lady Crusaders claimed the 2016 conference champions by taking the game 25-17, 25-16.  Congrats ladies.


Activities this weekend:  

Cross Country at IHSA Regionals

Varsity Volleyball at a tournament in Quincy today and tomorrow.  We pray God’s blessings on your travel and efforts this weekend.


This week’s Academic Spotlight shines on:

Senior Trevor W. in Spanish IV for excellent academic performance on a single project, assignment or test, and consistent positive effort in class or on homework.

Sophomore Zach M. in P.E. for excellent class participation, behavior, leadership and great work on technique and swing in golf, and in Biology for consistent positive effort.

Freshman Emili P. in Religion, Biology and Geometry for excellent class participation, behavior, leadership, excellent academic performance, consistent positive effort in class or on homework, and consistent positive and humble attitude.

Also nominated:  Nick V., Brooklyn T., Cara A., Henry H., Chloe G.


This week’s Activity Spotlight shines on:

The LuHi Band.  You’re small, but mighty!


This week’s Athletic Spotlight shines on:

Sophomore Brigid T. nominated in cross country.  She was in the top 50 out of 279 girls at the Peoria Invite having run 20:18.

Junior Gabby C. nominated in volleyball for her constant positive attitude and willingness to do anything to better the team.  She had a game high 8 kills in the game vs Macon Meridian.



Service Hour Opportunity  (Read on Tuesday/Thursday Only)

  1. Cookies needed for our Open House on Wednesday, Nov. 2nd.  See Mrs. Gilman if interested in signing up to bake.  2 dozen cookies = 1 service hour

  2. Our Savior's Church and School would love to have volunteers (who can receive service hours) to help with our Trunk or Treat event on Monday, October 31st from 5-7pm in the OS parking lot - Rain or Shine!  See the flyer on the bulletin board outside the school office for more information.

 

DAILY SHIELD

Thursday, October 20, 2016


Word of the Week is:  Strife

Bible Verse:  Ezra 10:4, “Arise, for it is your task, and we are with you; be strong and overcome your strife.”


Today’s Lunch:  Brown Bag

Tomorrow’s Lunch:  Antonio’s Ham or Turkey Sandwich and Chips, $4


Happy Birthday today to:

  1. 6th hour study hall will meet in Proverbs today.

  2. Religion 10/11 will have a guest speaker today during 3rd & 4th periods.  Students...be sure to make adjustments to your schedules so you can attend today.

  3. There will be a speech open practice today from 3:05-4:00 in Mrs. Quigg’s room.

  4. Art Club meets today from 3:10 to 4:15. Please be sure to pay your dues if you haven’t already done so.

  5. Amazing Avogadro! Mole day is celebrated tomorrow!  I’m counting a mole of salt, Alex is measuring a mole of sugar!  I hope I get a Mole day card from that special someone!  6.02 x 10 to the 23rd  excitements! Mole day is celebrated at 6:02 tomorrow!

  6. Remember the Schwan’s Fundraiser...returning 20% of purchases to LuHi’s operating budget.

  7. Have you lost something?  Check the silver bench by 3:30 tomorrow to see if it was found!  Everything left after 3:30 tomorrow will be donated.

  8. For those signed up, Millikin University will be here during 6th hour.  Next week’s visits include:   Indiana University on Monday - 4th hour, McKendree on Tuesday - 3rd hour, and Lake Forest University on Thursday - 7th hour.  Illinois College will be here on Nov 1 during 2nd hour.  Sign up sheets are in the office.


Student Council will sell donuts at break for just $1.


Today’s Activity:  

JV/V Volleyball in Edinburg beginning at 6:15pm.


Service Hour Opportunity  (Read on Tuesday/Thursday Only)

  1. Cookies needed for our Open House on Wednesday, Nov. 2nd.  See Mrs. Gilman if interested in signing up to bake.  2 dozen cookies = 1 service hour

  2. Our Savior's Church and School would love to have volunteers (who can receive service hours) to help with our Trunk or Treat event on Monday, October 31st from 5-7pm in the OS parking lot - Rain or Shine!  See the flyer on the bulletin board outside the school office for more information.

 

DAILY SHIELD

Wednesday, October 19, 2016


Word of the Week is:  Strife

Bible Verse:  Jeremiah 18:19, “Hear me, O Lord, and listen to the voice of my strife.”


There is no lunch today due to 11:30 dismissal.

Tomorrow’s Lunch:  Brown Bag


Happy Birthday today to:

  1. There will be a speech open practice tomorrow from 3:05-4:00 in Mrs. Quigg’s room.

  2. Art Club will meet tomorrow from 3:10 to 4:15. Please be sure to pay your dues if you haven’t already done so.

  3. Millikin University will be here on Thursday during 6th hour.  

 

DAILY SHIELD

Tuesday, October 18, 2016


Word of the Week is:  Strife

Bible Verse:  Proverbs 28:25, “A greedy man stirs up strife, but the one who trusts in the Lord will be enriched.”


Today’s Lunch:   Brown Bag

There is no lunch tomorrow due to half day of school.

Thursday’s Lunch:  Brown Bag


Happy Birthday today to:  Senior Josh L.

  1. Sophomores:  Please see Mrs. Gibler or Mr. Zimmerman before lunch today if you have not yet turned in your candle orders.

  2. There will be a brief SADD meeting today during break for Groups 1,2,and 3.

  3. All madrigals will rehearse after school today from 3:15-4:00pm.

  4. There will be a speech open practice today and Thursday from 3:05-4:00 in Mrs. Quigg’s room.

  5. Leadership Team Leaders will meet tomorrow morning at 7:30am in the Bio room.

  6. **Reminder that tomorrow is testing day.  You must be in your seat no later than 8:00am (NO LATE ARRIVALS ADMITTED) and will be dismissed at 11:30am.   You must have 2- #2 pencils (no mechanical pencils) and a working calculator.  You may bring homework to do in between tests, but ABSOLUTELY NO PHONES ALLOWED in the classroom.  Classroom assignments are posted throughout the school. Make sure you check out which room to report to tomorrow morning.

  7. Art Club will meet on Thursday after school from 3:10 to 4:15. Please be sure to pay your dues if you haven’t already done so.

  8. Our Schwan’s Fundraiser is in full swing - our campaign code is 28892.  20% of purchases are returned to LuHi’s operating budget.

  9. This week’s college visit is Millikin University on Thursday during 6th hour.  Next week’s visits include:   Indiana University on Monday - 4th hour, McKendree on Tuesday - 3rd hour, and Lake Forest University on Thursday - 7th hour.  Illinois College will be here on Nov 1 during 2nd hour.

  10. Now that we are into the fall season and as winter approaches, we just want to remind all student drivers to pay attention to the road when driving.  Driving conditions can change in the blink of an eye and those with their eyes on the road are more likely to stay safe.


Student Council will sell bagels at break for $1.


Tonight’s Activities:

JV/V Volleyball at Meridian beginning at 6pm


Service Hour Opportunity  (Read on Tuesday/Thursday Only)

Our Savior's Church and School would love to have volunteers (who can receive service hours) to help with our Trunk or Treat event on Monday, October 31st from 5-7pm in the OS parking lot - Rain or Shine!  See the flyer on the bulletin board outside the school office for more information.

 

DAILY SHIELD

Monday, October 17, 2016

Word of the Week is:  Strife

Bible Verse:  Genesis 32:27-28, “And [the man] said to him, ‘What is your name?’ and he said, ‘Jacob.’  Then he said, ‘Your name shall no longer be called Jacob, but Israel, for you have striven with God & man and have prevailed.’”


Today’s Lunch:   Nachos or 2 soft tacos, $4

Tomorrow’s Lunch:  Brown Bag


Happy Birthday today to:  

  1. Thank you to the many volunteers who made yesterday’s Groundbreaking Ceremony possible.  Mr. Schorfheide sends special thanks to the musicians who performed.  Your effort and talents resulted in beautiful music to begin our building process.

  2. Sophomores:  Please turn in your candle orders and money to Mrs. Gibler or Mr. Zimmerman this morning.

  3. Shopper’s Blessings are due by 11:45am today.

  4. There is a LuHi auction meeting tonight at 6:00pm in Timothy.

  5. There will be a brief meeting tomorrow during break for SADD Groups 1,2,and 3.

  6. Rock Climbers:  Mr. K needs to know by noon today who will be going climbing tomorrow.

  7. Leadership Team Leaders will meet on Wednesday morning at 7:30am in the Bio room.

  8. Reminder that Wednesday is testing day.  That means an 8:00am start and a half day of school.  You must have #2 pencils (no mechanical pencils) and a working calculator.  You may bring homework to do in between tests, but ABSOLUTELY NO PHONES ALLOWED in the classroom.  Room assignments are posted around the school.  

  9. Remember our Schwan’s Fundraiser is in full swing - our campaign code is 28892.  20% of purchases are returned to LuHi’s operating budget.

  10. This week’s college visit is Millikin University on Thursday during 6th hour.  Next week’s visits include:   Indiana University on Monday - 4th hour, McKendree on Tuesday - 3rd hour, and Lake Forest University on Thursday - 7th hour.  Illinois College will be here on Nov 1 during 2nd hour.

  11. Honor Cards are being issued AFTER LUNCH to the following students:   Madisen B., Ben D., Rebekah G., Chloe G., Colin G., Jacob P., and Bailey W..  Questions may be directed to Mrs. Hennig.


Cross Country Update:

At Saturday’s meet in Peoria Heights, the boys’ team had a solid showing with Zach running a PR.  The girls’ team placed 30th out of 279 with all four girls bringing home ribbons.


Tonight’s Activities:

Fall Music Concert - 7pm at LuHi in Guild Hall.  Musicians are to be here no later than 6:30pm.


Service Hour Opportunity  (Read on Tuesday/Thursday Only)

Our Savior's Church and School would love to have volunteers (who can receive service hours) to help with our Trunk or Treat event on Monday, October 31st from 5-7pm in the OS parking lot - Rain or Shine!  See the flyer on the bulletin board outside the school office for more information.

 

DAILY SHIELD

Friday, October 14, 2016


Word of the Week is:  Rest

Bible Verse:  Psalm 116:7, “Be at rest once more, O my Soul, for the Lord has been good to you.”


Today’s Lunch:   Ham or Turkey sandwich and chips, $4.

Monday’s Lunch:  Nachos or tacos, cookie and drink, $4


Happy Birthday today to:  Juniors Abigail M. and Brooklyn T.

         and on Saturday to:   Senior Jacob P.

  1. Teachers - a reminder to please take a lunch count today:   A is Ham and B is Turkey

  2. Mr. Filter’s 7th hour class is to meet in Acts today.

  3. Art Club will meet today after school.

  4. Sophomores:  Please turn in your candle orders and money to Mrs. Gibler or Mr. Zimmerman by Monday morning.

  5. LuHi’s Fall Music Concert is Monday at 7pm in Guild Hall.

  6. The first LuHi auction meeting will also be on Monday at 6:00pm in Timothy.

  7. Any student that was not at the SADD meeting yesterday needs to make sure to see Mrs. O'Connell.  There will also be a brief meeting on Tuesday during break for SADD Groups 1,2,and 3.

  8. Rock Climbers:  Tuesday is our first climbing date.  Sign up ASAP with Mr. K if you plan to go.

  9. Lutheran High is forming a Mock Trial Team.  Interested students should contact Mr. Filter.

  10. Next week’s college visit is Millikin University on Thursday during 6th hour.  Future visits include:   Indiana University, McKendree, Lake Forest University, and Illinois College.


The Spanish National Honor Society will sell snacks today at break.


This week’s Academic Spotlight shines on:

Senior Seton T. in Psychology for excellent academic performance on a single project, assignment, or test and major improvement in attitude and/or academics.

Junior Levi L. for excellent academic performance on a single project, assignment, or test in US History and consistent positive effort in Chemistry class.

Sophomore Brigid T. in Spanish II for excellent academic performance on a single project, assignment, or test and consistent positive effort in class or on homework.

Freshman Ben S. in Geometry for persistence in mastering proofs and also for consistent effort in PE class.

Also nominated:  Jacob W., Ben A., Maddie E., Colin G., Brianna S., Jack W., Jacob M., Elizabeth G., Brandon W., Sam D., Aleah K., Madison M., and Kaitlyn S..


This week’s Athletic Spotlight shines on:

Sophomore David L. nominated in cross country.  He Ran a 21:44 at Liberty. New 3 mile PR -took 15 seconds off of his PR from last year

Sophomore Chloe G. nominated in volleyball for continued growth and determination in the middle.  Had 4 kills in the game vs Morrisonville.


Volleyball Update:

The volleyball team took to the court last night for their last home match of the season vs Morrisonville.  The girls showed control the entire match.  Senior Kaitlyn W. led the team with a dominating 13 kills.  Thanks for our seniors Kaitlyn, Katie, Elisabeth and Seton.  Also a huge thanks to those the supported our efforts for Phils Friends and Breast Cancer Awareness!


Activities over the weekend:

Cross Country meet Saturday at Deweller Park, Peoria Heights @ 1:00.

 

DAILY SHIELD

Thursday, October 13, 2016


Word of the Week is:  Rest

Bible Verse:  Matthew 11:28-30, “Come to me, all you who are weary and burdened, and I will give you rest.  Take my yoke upon you and learn from me, for I am gentle and humble in heart, and you will find rest for your souls.  For my yoke is easy and my burden is light.”


Today’s Lunch:  Brown Bag

Tomorrow’s Lunch:  Antonio’s Ham or Turkey Sandwich and Chips, $4


Happy Birthday today to:  

  1. There will be a SADD meeting in the gym on Thursday during break.

  2. There will be a speech open practice today from 3:05-3:45 in Mrs. Quigg’s room.

  3. All current members of the National Honor Society will meet tomorrow morning at 7:30am in Mrs. Quigg’s room.

  4. Art Club will meet on Friday after school.

  5. Sophomores:  Please turn in your candle orders and money to Mrs. Gibler or Mr. Zimmerman by Monday morning.

  6. LuHi’s Fall Music Concert is Monday at 7pm in Guild Hall.

  7. The first LuHi auction meeting will also be on Monday at 6:00pm in Timothy.

  8. The first rock climbing date is Tuesday.  If you are interested, please see Mr. Kammerlohr for information.  Rock Gym 101 will be offered.

  9. Lutheran High is forming a Mock Trial Team.  Interested students should contact Mr. Filter in the next few days.

  10. This week’s college visits are:  Today - Wisconsin Lutheran College during 3rd hour.  Future visits include:  Millikin, Indiana University, McKendree, Lake Forest University, and Illinois College.

  11. Student Council is hosting a new event this year.  Joint us in November for Bubble Soccer at Goals.  Listen to announcements for further information.


Student Council will sell donuts for $1 at break.


Today’s Activities:

JV/V Vball @ Home vs Morrisonville - 6:15pm

Tonight is SENIOR NIGHT for Volleyball, Cross Country, Golf and Boys Soccer.


Soccer Update:

    In a regional match-up featuring two of the best teams in the area, Riverton and Lutheran took to the soccer field last night to see who would play in the Regional Championship on Saturday. With less than ideal weather conditions, the boys battled hard from the very beginning playing into a very strong wind.  Riverton capitalized on one of their chances taking an early 1-0 lead. The Crusaders quickly rebounded and had two chances of their own, but the Riverton goalie made two very good saves.  Riverton used the wind to start a counter attack and scored again. The boys continued showing hard work and heart throughout the first half which paid off when Ben D. slotted the ball in the corner past a charging goalie. The Crusaders entered halftime trailing 2-1.

The second half started with the Crusaders keeping up their charge against Riverton. The game became a battle of counter attacks with both defenses making great plays and both goalies making miraculous saves! Late in the 2nd, the Riverton offense had a break, but Colin G. was there to stop 3 shots keeping the game close and within reach for his team. With 5 to play, the Crusader offense took their attack to the next level and left the Riverton team panicking. On a last second shot, Will K. fired a screamer towards the upper 90 but the Riverton goalie made a tremendous save forcing the ball out wide. The Crusaders did not quit until the final whistle, showing good character, determination, and pride in their team. The Crusaders, however, fell 2-1 to Riverton, ending the soccer season. Thank you to all the parents and fans who supported us this season and thank you to our senior boys for their hard work and leadership.


Service Hour Opportunity  (Read on Tuesday/Thursday Only)

Concordia Village is hosting a Halloween Costume Dance for its residents on Friday, Oct. 28th from 6:30-8:30pm and would like volunteers to interact and assist the residents.  Costumes that are in good taste are encouraged.  If interested, contact Joanie at 993-7039.  Please leave a message if she does not answer.

DAILY SHIELD

Wednesday, October 12, 2016


Word of the Week is:  Rest

Bible Verse:  Psalm 23:1-2, “the Lord is my shepherd; I shall not want.  He makes me lie down in green pastures; he leads me to quiet waters.”


Today’s Lunch:  Antonio’s Pizza, $2 per slice

Tomorrow’s Lunch:  Brown Bag


Happy Birthday today to:  

  1. Honor Card applications are due to Mrs. Hennig’s box by 3:00pm today.

  2. Qualifying Junior and Senior students who wish to apply for membership in the National Honor Society must submit proper application forms to Mrs. Quigg no later than 3:00pm today.

  3. All current members of the National Honor Society will meet this Friday, October 14th at 7:30am in Mrs. Quigg’s room.

  4. There will be a speech open practice this Thursday, October 13th from 3:05-3:45 in Mrs. Quigg’s room.

  5. Lutheran High is forming a Mock Trial Team and those students interested should contact Mr. Filter in the next few days.

  6. There will be a SADD meeting in the gym on Thursday during break.

  7. Art Club will meet on Friday after school.

  8. LuHi’s Fall Music Concert is Monday at 7pm in Guild Hall.

  9. The first LuHi auction meeting will also be on Monday at 6:00pm in Timothy.

  10. The first rock climbing date is Tuesday, Oct. 18th.  If you are interested, please see Mr. Kammerlohr for information.  Rock Gym 101 will be offered.

  11. This week’s college visits are:  Today - Concordia-Chicago during 2nd hour and Augustana during 8th hour, and tomorrow - Wisconsin Lutheran College during 3rd hour.  Future visits include:  Millikin, Indiana University, McKendree, Lake Forest University, and Illinois College.

  12. There are still a few vendor spaces available for our craft fair on Nov. 5th.  If interested, please email Melanne Tarr at melanetarr@aol.com.

  13. Teachers - please dismiss the soccer boys at 2:30 today.


Student Council will sell muffins for $1 at break.


Today’s Activities:

Soccer IHSA Regionals vs. Riverton at Riverton beginning at 4pm.

DAILY SHIELD

Tuesday, October 11, 2016


Word of the Week is:  Rest

Bible Verse:  Ruth 1:6-9, “When Naomi heard in Moab that the Lord had come to the aid of his people by providing food for them, she and her daughters-in-law prepared to return home from there.  With her two daughters-in-law she left the place where she had been living and set out on the road that would take them back to the land of Judah.  Then Naomi said to her two daughters-in-law, “Go back, each of you, to your mother’s home. May the Lord show you kindness, as you have shown kindness to your dead husbands and to me.  May the Lord grant that each of you will find rest in the home of another husband.”


Today’s Lunch:  Brown Bag

Tomorrow’s Lunch:  Antonio’s Pizza


Happy Birthday today to:  

  1. Teachers, please dismiss the Cross Country team at 1:50 today.

  2. Shopper’s Blessings are due to Mrs. Haynes by 11:45 today.

  3. There will be a speech open practice this afternoon from 3:05-3:45 in Mrs. Quigg’s room.

  4. Honor Card applications are being accepted in Mrs. Hennig’s box by 3:00pm tomorrow.

  5. Qualifying Junior and Senior students who wish to become a member of the National Honor Society must submit proper application to Mrs. Quigg no later than 3:00pm tomorrow.

  6. Please support the Schwan’s fundraiser.   The campaign code is 28892.

  7. There will be a SADD meeting in the gym on Thursday during break.

  8. Art Club is rescheduled for Friday after school.

  9. LuHi Music Department’s Fall Concert is Monday, Oct. 17th at 7pm in Guild Hall (the cafeteria).

  10. The first LuHi auction meeting will also be on Monday, Oct. 17th at 6:00pm in Timothy.

  11. Rock Climbers: our first climbing date is Tuesday, Oct. 18th.  If you are interested, please see Mr. Kammerlohr for information.  The initial class, Rock Gym 101, will be offered.

  12. This week’s college visits are:  Tuesday - Concordia-Seward during 2nd hour and UMSL during 6th hour, Wednesday - Concordia-Chicago during 2nd hour and Augustana during 8th hour, and Thursday - Wisconsin Lutheran College during 3rd hour.  Future visits include:  Millikin, Indiana University, McKendree, Lake Forest University, and Illinois College.

  13. There are still a few vendor spaces available for our craft fair on Nov. 5th.  If interested, please email Melanne Tarr at melanetarr@aol.com.


Student Council will sell bagels for $1 at break.


Cross Country Update:

The boys’ team placed 9th at Saturday’s meet.  Michael medaled and ran a PR.  Zach, Robby, and David all ran PRs, and Jay ran his season’s best time.  The girls’ team placed 3rd out of 79 teams with Maddy, Brigid, Jackie and Bernie all running their season’s best time and all receiving medals.


Today’s Activities:

Cross Country travels to Carlinville beginning at 4:15.


Service Hour Opportunity  (Read on Tuesday/Thursday Only)

Concordia Village is hosting a Halloween Costume Dance for its residents on Friday, Oct. 28th from 6:30-8:30pm and would like volunteers to interact and assist the residents.  Costumes that are in good taste are encouraged.  If interested, contact Joanie at 993-7039.  Please leave a message if she does not answer.

 

DAILY SHIELD

Friday, October 7, 2016


Word of the Week is:  Forgiven

Bible Verse:  2 Corinthians 5:17, “Therefore, if anyone is in Christ, the new creation has come: The old has gone, the new is here!”


Today’s Lunch:  Antonio’s Ham or Turkey Sandwich and Chips for $4

Tuesday’s Lunch:  Brown Bag


Happy Birthday on Saturday to:  Sophomore Garrett D.

                                 on Sunday to:  Senior Jackie E.

                                on Monday to:  Junior Zane R.

  1. Students:  The 4th hour Elements class and the 7th hour Geography classes are to report to Romans for class today.

  2. Leadership Team Leaders should be released a few minutes before the 10:22 bell and go to the gym.  When the bell rings, students are to go to the gym and meet their team leaders on the bleachers.

  3. Student Council would like to apologize for the miscommunication about the dress code today.  Last Friday was the last Student Council Break the Dress Code day.  If you are breaking the dress code, please come to the office after announcements.  Student Council will not hold another Break the Dress Code day until January.  Thank you.

  4. Reminder that there is no school on Monday.  Happy Columbus Day - go discover the wonders of God’s world!

  5. Qualifying Junior and Senior students who wish to become a member of the National Honor Society must submit proper application to Mrs. Quigg no later than 3:00pm next Wednesday.

  6. Schwan’s ‘Crusaders Care for LuHi’ campaign is underway.  The campaign code is 28892.

  7. There will be a SADD meeting in the gym next Thursday during break.

  8. Art Club is rescheduled for next Friday after school.

  9. LuHi Music Department’s Fall Concert is Monday, Oct. 17th at 7pm in Guild Hall (the cafeteria).

  10. The first LuHi auction meeting will also be on Monday, Oct. 17th at 6:00pm in Timothy.

  11. Rock Climbers: our first climbing date is Tuesday, Oct. 18th.  If you are interested, please see Mr. Kammerlohr for information.  The initial class, Rock Gym 101, will be offered.

  12. There are still a few vendor spaces available for our craft fair on Nov. 5th.  If interested, please email Melanne Tarr at melanetarr@aol.com.

  13. Next week’s college visits are:  Tuesday - Concordia-Seward during 2nd hour and UMSL during 6th hour, Wednesday - Concordia-Chicago during 2nd hour and Augustana during 8th hour, and Thursday - Wisconsin Lutheran College during 3rd hour.  Future visits include:  Millikin, Indiana University, McKendree, Lake Forest University, and Illinois College.


Golf Update:

Congratulations to our golf team on a good season!


Saturday’s Activities:

Cross Country at the Liberty Invite beginning at 10am


This week’s Academic Spotlight shines on:

Senior Will K. in Contemporary World History for excellent class participation, behavior, leadership and academic performance on a single project, assignment, or test and in Chemistry for consistent positive effort in class.

Senior Haleigh D. for excellent academic performance on a single project, assignment, or test and consistent positive effort in class or on homework in Spanish IV.

Junior Abigail S. in Spanish II for consistent positive attitude and excellent academic performance on a single project, assignment, or test and also in Brit Lit and Chemistry for consistent positive attitude and effort in class.

Freshman Mikayla S. in Spanish I for excellent academic performance on a single project, assignment, or test and consistent positive effort in class or on homework.

Also nominated:  Elise D., Riley O., Bryce S., Trevor W., Addison W., Lauren L., Lauren M., Jacob P., Skyler D., Colin G., Carson M., and Maddy R.


This week’s Activity Spotlight shines on:

The Sophomore Class for your service to LuHi and Camp CILCA on Wednesday.


This week’s Athletic Spotlight shines on:

Sophomore Brandon W. in soccer for his hard work and willingness to play any position to help the team.

Sophomore Cara A. in volleyball for her excellent hustle.  She had 124 assists on the weekend at Carlinville and great hustle and defense in the game vs SHG.



Service Hour Opportunity  (Read on Tuesday/Thursday Only)

Concordia Village is hosting a Halloween Costume Dance for its residents on Friday, Oct. 28th from 6:30-8:30pm and would like volunteers to interact and assist the residents.  Costumes that are in good taste are encouraged.  If interested, contact Joanie at 993-7039.  Please leave a message if she does not answer.

 

DAILY SHIELD

Thursday, October 6, 2016


Word of the Week is:  Forgiven

Bible Verse:  Hebrews 10:17, “Then He adds:  ‘Their sins and lawless acts I will remember no more’.”


Today’s Lunch:  Brown Bag

Tomorrow’s Lunch:  Antonio’s Ham or Turkey Sandwich and Chips for $4


Happy Birthday today to:  

  1. There is Speech open practice today from 3:05-3:45pm in Mrs. Quigg’s classroom.

  2. Qualifying Junior and Senior students who wish to become a member of the National Honor Society must submit proper application to Mrs. Quigg no later than 3:00pm on Wednesday, Oct. 12th.

  3. Any student interested in singing with the choir during the groundbreaking ceremony, please see Mr. Schorfheide.

  4. Schwan’s ‘Crusaders Care for LuHi’ campaign starts today.  Our campaign code is 28892.

  5. There will be a SADD meeting in the gym on Thursday, October 13th during break.

  6. Art Club is rescheduled for next Friday, Oct. 14th from 3-4pm.

  7. The first LuHi auction meeting will be on Oct. 17th at 6:00pm in Timothy.

  8. Share pics of school activities and events with the yearbook staff through the Walsworth Yearbook Snap app.  The access code is spiluhi2016.

  9. There is still a few vendor spaces available for our craft fair on Nov. 5th.  If interested, please email melanetarr@aol.com.

  10. Future visits include:  Concordia-Seward, UMSL, Concordia-Chicago, Augustana, Wisconsin Lutheran College, Millikin, Indiana University, McKendree, Lake Forest University, and Illinois College.



Today’s Activities:

JV/V Volleyball at SHG beginning at 5:00pm


Service Hour Opportunity  (Read on Tuesday/Thursday Only)

Concordia Village is hosting a Halloween Costume Dance for its residents on Friday, Oct. 28th from 6:30-8:30pm and would like volunteers to interact and assist the residents.  Costumes that are in good taste are encouraged.  If interested, contact Joanie at 993-7039.  Please leave a message if she does not answer.

 

DAILY SHIELD

Wednesday, October 5, 2016


Word of the Week is:  Forgiven

Bible Verse:  Daniel 9:9, “The Lord our God is merciful and forgiving, even though we have rebelled against him.”


Today’s Lunch:  Antonio’s Pizza

Tomorrow’s Lunch:  Brown Bag


Happy Birthday today to:  Sophomore Lexi H. and Freshman Jade N.

  1. Due to today’s odd schedule, Art Club has been rescheduled to next Friday, Oct. 14th from 3-4pm.

  2. Crusader Aiders will meet in the school cafeteria tonight at 7pm.

  3. Volley for the Cure shirt order forms are available in the office.  Orders are due to the school office before you leave today.

  4. There will be a Speech open practice tomorrow from 3:05-3:45pm in Mrs. Quigg’s classroom.

  5. Schwan’s Cares for LuHi starts tomorrow.  Our code is 28892.

  6. Tomorrow’s college visits are Monmouth College during 1st hour and ISU during 2nd hour.

  7. Today’s Lunch Schedule is as follows:

  • Freshman will be eating in the cafeteria during 8th period, and then going to Genesis and Esther for testing

  • At noon:

Sophomores will eat in the Cafeteria

Juniors in Mrs. Koopman's and Mrs. Quigg's rooms

Seniors in Revelation and Ezra


Today’s Activities:

Varsity Soccer @ Home vs Meridian - 4:30...and it’s Senior Night!


Service Hour Opportunity  (Read on Tuesday/Thursday Only)

Concordia Village is hosting a Halloween Costume Dance for its residents on Friday, Oct. 28th from 6:30-8:30pm and would like volunteers to interact and assist the residents.  Costumes that are in good taste are encouraged (remember, you are representing LuHi, your family, and yourself!).  If interested, contact Joanie at 993-7039.  Please leave a message if she does not answer.

 

DAILY SHIELD

Tuesday, October 4, 2016


Word of the Week is:  Forgiven

Bible Verse:  Ephesians 1:7, “In him we have redemption through his blood, the forgiveness of sins, in accordance with the riches of God’s grace.”


Today’s Lunch:  Brown Bag

Tomorrow’s Lunch:  Antonio’s Pizza


Happy Birthday today to: Freshman Anamarie D.

  1. Reminder that tomorrow is an 8:00am start and Sophomores should remember proper service work attire.

  2. Juniors and Seniors, please check the bus list posted around the school for tomorrow’s trip to the Capital Area Education Fair.  Everyone MUST ride on his/her assigned bus.  Also, the CACC students are excused to attend CAEF.

  3. Art Club starts tomorrow after school from 3-4pm.

  4. Crusader Aiders will meet in the school cafeteria tomorrow at 7pm.

  5. Volley for the Cure shirt order forms are available in the office.  Orders are due to the school office tomorrow.

  6. Schwan’s Cares for LuHi starts Thursday.  We earn 20% of product sales and our code is 28892.

  7. Share pics of school activities and events with the yearbook staff through the Yearbook Snap app.

  8. College visits on Thursday include Monmouth College during 1st hour and ISU during 2nd hour.

  9. The following students have received Honor Cards:  Ian B., Russell C., Melana H., Amanda M., and Brigid T.  You may pick up your cards after lunch today.  If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Hennig.


Student Council will sell bagels at break for $1.


Soccer Update:

Last night, the boys soccer team traveled to Beardstown in an afternoon matchup.  The Crusaders played great team defense and never quit. The Tigers of Beardstown kept up an onslaught of shots against goalkeeper, Junior Colin G.. Colin made 24 saves and played an outstanding game along with the defense in front of him. However, the Tigers’ attack was relentless and they eventually found the net. The boys played their hearts out, but fell to Beardstown. We are in action again tomorrow against Macon-Meridian at 4:30 to conclude our regular season.  It is our senior night, so come out and support your Crusaders!


Today’s Activities:

Boys Golf started IHSA Regional play at 8:00 this morning in Greenview.  Please keep our golfers and their coach in our prayers.  


Service Hour Opportunity  (Read on Tuesday/Thursday Only)

Concordia Village is hosting a Halloween Costume Dance for its residents on Friday, Oct. 28th from 6:30-8:30pm and would like volunteers to interact and assist the residents.  Costumes that are in good taste are encouraged (remember, you are representing LuHi, your family, and yourself!).  If interested, contact Joanie at 993-7039.  Please leave a message if she does not answer.

 

DAILY SHIELD

Monday, October 3, 2016


Word of the Week is:  Forgiven

Bible Verse:  Acts 13:38, “‘Therefore, my friends, I want you to know that through Jesus the forgiveness of sins is proclaimed to you.’”


Today’s Lunch:  Nachos or 2 Soft Tacos, $4

Tomorrow’s Lunch:  Brown Bag


Happy Birthday today to:

  1. Please dismiss the soccer team at 2:20 today for our game at Beardstown.

  2. Shopper’s Blessings orders are due to Mrs. Haynes by 11:45am today.

  3. The bus list for Wednesday’s trip to the Capital Area Education Fair for Juniors and Seniors will be posted around school this morning.  Everyone MUST ride on his/her assigned bus.  No Exceptions.

  4. CACC students have been excused to attend CAEF.

  5. Art Club starts Wednesday after school from 3-4pm.  Please contact Mrs. Henry with questions.

  6. Crusader Aiders will meet in the school cafeteria this Wednesday, Oct. 5th at 7pm.

  7. There will be a SADD meeting in the gym on Thursday, October 13th during break.  Please be prompt for this meeting.

  8. Volley for the Cure shirt order forms are available in the office.  Shirts are $11 for short sleeve and $15 for long sleeve.  Orders are due to the school office by THIS Wednesday, Oct. 5th.

  9. The first LuHi auction meeting will be on Oct. 17th at 6:00pm in Timothy.

  10. Schwan’s Crusaders Care for LuHi will start this Thursday, Oct. 6.  We earn 20% of product sales.

  11. College visits on Thursday include Monmouth College during 1st hour and ISU during 2nd hour.  Future visits include:  Concordia-Seward, UMSL, Concordia-Chicago, Augustana, Wisconsin Lutheran College, Millikin, Indiana University, McKendree, Lake Forest University, and Illinois College.


Volleyball Update:

The volleyball team traveled to Carlinville this past weekend for the Carlinville Invite.  The girls swept pool play and headed to the championship vs. the home team, Carlinville.  The girls lost the first game 20-25 and started out the second down 6-15.  However, the girls wanted to fight and show everyone what they are made of.  They kept fighting and got it to 22-24.  The girls needed to play as close to perfect as they could and the relied on forced mistakes by the other team to take game #2 26-24.  In the third game, the Crusaders played flawless to gain a substantial lead, but Carlinville was not going to go down without a fight as well.  They tied it up at 23, but LuHi was able to claim game #3 and the Championship for the 2nd year in a row to win 26-24.  Congrats to all the girls and congrats to Kaitlyn and Katie who were selected to the All-Tournament team.


Golf Update:

At the MSM Conference, the Crusaders finished behind South County and Lincolnwood with a total of 511.


Today’s Activities:

V/JV Soccer at Beardstown beginning at 4:30pm.

 

DAILY SHIELD

Friday, September 30, 2016


Word of the Week is:  Content

Bible Verse:  Psalm 128:1, “Blessed are all who fear the Lord, who walk in obedience to him.”


Today’s Lunch:  Antonio’s Ham or Turkey Sandwich & Chips, $4

Monday’s Lunch:  Nachos or 2 Soft Tacos, $4


Happy Birthday today to:  Freshman Michaela C.

                 on Saturday to:   Freshman Ethan G. and Freshman Mikayla S.

            and on Sunday to:   Senior Tyler D.


  1. Teachers, please dismiss the golf team at 9:50am.

  2. The Leadership Team Leaders will be dismissed a few minutes before the 10:26 bell to get organized.  When the bell rings, students should meet their leaders at their usual indoor spots.

  3. Any Leadership Team Leaders who did not make the Wednesday morning meeting should meet with Mrs. Hennig at break.

  4. Next week’s college visits take place on Thursday with Monmouth College during 1st hour and ISU during 2nd hour.  

  5. Art Club starts Wednesday after school from 3-4pm.  A sign-up sheet and Art Club information is located outside the Art Room.  Please contact Mrs. Henry with questions.

  6. If you have pictures of school activities and events that you think belong in the yearbook, share them through the Yearbook Snap app.  

  7. Get your parking sticker form today.  We will start checking for stickers next week!


Volleyball Update:

The Crusaders fell to Plains last night, but are back in action Saturday at the Carlinville tournament.


This week’s Academic Spotlight shines on:

Senior Jo B. in Elements of Writing for excellent work on assignments, as well as her willingness and patience in helping others who are struggling.

Senior Alex K. in Chemistry for continual improvement and excellent academic performance on a single project, assignment or test.

Junior Victoria P. for excellent academic performance on a single project, assignment or test and consistent positive effort in class or on homework in Spanish II.

Sophomore Lauren L. in Brit Lit for excellent class participation, behavior, leadership, academic performance on a single project, assignment, or test and consistent positive effort in class or on homework and in P.E. for excellent attitude and leadership in class.

Freshman Jakob B. in Religion for excellent class participation, behavior, leadership, academic performance on a single project, assignment, or test and consistent positive attitude and effort in class or on homework.

Also nominated were:  Bryce S., Ben D., Jake M., Alyssa P., Emma S., and Taylor S.


This week’s Athletic Spotlight shines on:

Sophomore Bernadette T. in Cross Country -  placed in the top 20 at the Springfield Invite where the majority of the schools were AA.  She was Lutheran's first runner and brought home a medal.

Freshman Emeli P. nominated for her work ethic, great attitude, and coachability for the JV Volleyball team.


Today’s Activities:

Golf MSM Conf meet at Timber Lakes in Staunton beginning at 12:30pm


Saturday’s Activities:

V/JV Soccer at Lee Field vs Southeast @ 10am

V Volleyball at Carlinville Invite beginning at 9:00am

DAILY SHIELD

Thursday, September 29, 2016


Word of the Week is:  Content

Bible Verse:  Psalm 68:3, “But may the righteous be glad and rejoice before God; may they be happy and joyful.”


Today’s Lunch:  Brown Bag

Tomorrow’s Lunch:  Antonio’s Ham or Turkey Sandwich & Chips, $4


Happy Birthday to:  

  1. Teachers, please dismiss the Golf team at 2:35 today.

  2. Speech open practice today from 3:05-4:00 in Mrs. Quigg’s room.

  3. Tomorrow is Chapel Schedule for Leadership Teams.  Leaders will be dismissed a few minutes early and then all students should meet their leaders in their INDOOR meeting locations.

  4. Today is the last day you may park in the WEST parking lot.  Beginning tomorrow, everyone must park in the EAST lot during the school day.  You may park in the West lot for evening events only after the work crews have left for the day.

  5. Next week’s college visits take place on Thursday with Monmouth College during 1st hour and ISU during 2nd hour.  

  6. Do you have pictures of school activities and events for possible inclusion in the yearbook?  If so, please share them through the Walsworth's "Yearbook Snap" app on your smartphone.  The access code is spiluhi2016.  We are especially interested in pictures of classmates from the summer.  Download the app and share your pics today!

  7. Do you have a parking sticker in the cars you drive to school?  Sticker applications are available in the school office.

  8. There will be a brief SADD meeting in the gym on Thursday, October 13th during break.  Please be prompt for this meeting.


The Student Council will sell donuts at break for just $1.


Soccer Update:

Last night, the boys soccer team played against a tough opponent in Pleasant Plains. In a cold, rainy day, the two teams battled to the very end. Plains struck early in the game getting a 1-0 advantage. The Crusaders regained their composure and created many chances but could not find the back of the net. The Cardinals scored later in the first to make it 2-0. The Crusaders answered a few minutes later after Senior Riley O. made a terrific run in the box and was fouled creating a penalty kick opportunity.  Senior Ben D. stepped up and blasted the shot to the right corner.  Gaining momentum, the Crusaders stepped up their attack creating more chances. The Cardinals matched that intensity and finished on one of their chances making the score 3-1. In the second half, the Crusaders dominated play. With opportunities and physicality, they showed they did not want to quit. Unfortunately, the boys were unable to find the back of the net and fell to Plains 3-1. The boys' next game is Friday in Riverton in a preview of a regional match up.


Tonight’s Activities:

Golf at Edgewood Golf Course vs Auburn @ 4pm

FR/JV/V Volleyball @ Home vs Pleasant Plains @ 5pm

 

DAILY SHIELD

Wednesday, September 28, 2016


Word of the Week is:  Content

Bible Verse:  2 Corinthians 7:9, “Yet now I am happy, not because you were made sorry, but because your sorrow led you to repentance.’”


Today’s Lunch:  Antonio’s Pizza, $2 per slice

Tomorrow’s Lunch:  Brown Bag


Happy Birthday to:  Senior Sidney Squires and Junior Skyler Dodson


  1. Publications students who did not go on the field trip should go to study hall during 8th hour.

  2. Honor Card applications are due in Mrs. Hennig’s box by 3:00pm today.

  3. Student Council is meeting at the Pavillion by the soccer field this afternoon.

  4. Speech open practice will be held tomorrow after school from 3:05-4:00 in Mrs. Quigg’s room.

  5. Reminder that Friday is Chapel Schedule for Leadership Teams.

  6. Art Club starts next Wednesday, Oct. 5th after school from 3-4pm.  A sign-up sheet and Art Club information is located outside the Art Room.  Please contact Mrs. Henry with questions.

  7. Next week’s college visits take place on Thursday with Monmouth College during 1st hour and ISU during 2nd hour.  

  8. Do you have pictures of school activities and events that you would like to share with the yearbook staff for possible inclusion in this year's yearbook?  If so, you can share them with the yearbook team using Walsworth's "Yearbook Snap" app on your smartphone.  We are especially interested in pictures of classmates from the summer.  Share your pictures today!

  9. Reminder:  everyone needs a parking sticker during the school day regardless of which lot you park.  We will start checking early next week!  Parking sticker applications are available in the school office.

  10. Construction crews will be on-site soon.  Please listen carefully to announcements for parking instructions.  As early as next week, the West parking lot may be partially blocked off or even closed!


The Student Council will sell muffins at break for $1.


Soccer Update:

Last night, the boys soccer team played against Piasa Southwestern.  The two teams were evenly matched and battled it out to the very end. The Crusaders dominated play for most of the game, but just could not finish their opportunities while Piasa capitalized on their chances.  The Crusaders fell 3-0. The boys are back in action tonight against Pleasant Plains with Varsity kickoff at 4:30 and JV to follow.


Volleyball Update:

The LuHi Crusaders traveled to Mt Pulaski and came out a bit slow.  The Crusaders fought back in game 1, but couldn't quite put it all together and lost 28-26.  The second game was pretty similar and we were not able to capitalize at the right time and lost 22-25.  The Crusaders are in play Thursday at home vs rival Pleasant Plains.


Tonight’s Activities:

V/JV Soccer @ Home vs Pleasant Plains @ 4:30


Service Hour Opportunity

Roman Guards needed for Our Savior’s Underground Church this Thursday.  Call or text LaJean Harkins at 217.341.4168 to let her know you are willing to participate.

 

DAILY SHIELD

Tuesday, September 27, 2016


Word of the Week is:  Content

Bible Verse:  Hebrews 13:5, “Keep your lives free from the love of money and be content with what you have, because God has said, ‘Never will I leave you; never will I forsake you.’”


Today’s Lunch:  Brown Bag

Tomorrow’s Lunch:  Antonio’s Pizza, $2 per slice


Happy Birthday to:

  1. Teachers, please dismiss the golf team at 2:30 today.

  2. ALL student drivers need a parking sticker regardless of which lot you park.  We will start checking early next week to be sure that everyone who parks at LuHi during the school day has a sticker.  Your first sticker is free, but there is a form that must be completed.  Each additional sticker is $5 and requires a separate form.  Forms available in the school office.

  3. Speech open practice will NOT meet today, but will meet Thursday after school from 3:05-4:00.

  4. The Leadership Team leaders will meet tomorrow morning at 8am in the Biology Room.

  5. The Freshman class will meet tomorrow morning at 8:30 in the Gym.

  6. The Sophomore class will meet tomorrow morning at 8:30 in the Cafeteria.  Information regarding the class fundraiser will be handed out at the meeting.  It is important that everyone attend.  See Mrs. Gibler or Mr. Zimmerman if you absolutely can not be there.

  7. Are you an artist?  Maybe you don’t consider yourself an artist, but love art?  Art Club is starting soon!  There is a sign-up sheet and Art Club info located right outside the Art Room.  The first meeting will be Wednesday, October 5th after school from 3:00 to 4:00.  Please contact Mrs. Henry if you have questions.

  8. Honor Card applications are being accepted in Mrs. Hennig’s box until 3:00pm tomorrow.

  9. College rep visits this week:  St. Ambrose today for those signed up during 7th Hour and  LLCC tomorrow during 1st hour.  Next week’s visits take place on Thursday - Monmouth College during 1st hour and ISU during 2nd hour.  Future visits include:  Concordia-Seward, Concordia-Chicago, Augustana, Wisconsin Lutheran College, Millikin, Indiana University, McKendree, and Lake Forest University.


Final Class Points for Spirit Week:

Juniors!!!  108

Seniors           65

Sophomores   61

Freshmen       56


Final Class Contributions to the Nitz Scholarship Fund:

Juniors!!! Raised $504.60 and earned a free dress day!  Congratulations, Juniors.

Seniors           raised $304.90

Sophomores   raised $132.50

Freshmen       raised $112.00

Total Nitz Scholarship Funds raised during the 2-week period:  $1,054.00


The Student Council will sell bagels at break for $1.


Soccer Update:

Last night, the boys soccer team traveled to Decatur to take on Decatur Christian. The team played very well and dominated from the opening whistle. Junior Cameron P. led the team with 4 goals, Seniors Ben D., Alex K., Riley O., and Junior Jack W. also scored to make the game 8-0. The boys are in action again tonight at home against Piasa Southwestern at 5 pm.


Tonight’s Activities:

Golf at Hickory Point, Decatur @ 4pm

Soccer at Home vs Piasa Southwestern @ 5pm

JV/V Volleyball at Mt. Pulaski @ 6:15pm



Service Hour Opportunity

Roman Guards needed for Our Savior’s Underground Church this Thursday.  Call or text LaJean Harkins at 217.341.4168 to let her know you will participate.

 

DAILY SHIELD

Monday, September 26, 2016


Word of the Week is:  Content

Bible Verse:  Philippians 4:11, “I am not saying this because I am in need, for I have learned to be content whatever the circumstances.”

Today’s Lunch:  Nachos or 2 Soft Tacos, $4

Tomorrow’s Lunch:  Brown Bag


Happy Birthday to:

  1. Teachers, please take a lunch count.  Nachos are A and Soft Tacos are B.

  2. The Soccer Team will be dismissed at 2:25 today.

  3. Shopper’s Blessings orders are due to Mrs. Haynes by 11:45am.

  4. Thanks to everyone who supported Trivia Night this past Friday.  Thanks to Mr. Rollins, our MC for the evening, the LuHi Varsity Girls Volleyball team, and Mrs. Koopman for her help with the set-up & scoring.

  5. The Sophomore Class Officers will meet tomorrow morning at 7:30am in Romans (the Spanish room).

  6. The Leadership Team leaders will meet on Wednesday, Sept 28 at 8am in the Biology Room.

  7. The Freshman class will meet on Wednesday morning at 8:30 in the Gym.

  8. The Sophomores will have an important class meeting on Wednesday at 8:30 in the Cafeteria.  Information regarding the class fundraiser will be handed out at the meeting.  It is very important that everyone attend.  See Mrs. Gibler or Mr. Zimmerman if you can not be there.

  9. Roman Guards are needed for Our Savior’s Underground Church on Thursday, Sept 29th.  Call or text LaJean Harkins at 217.341.4168 to let her know you will participate.

  10. College rep visits this week:  St. Ambrose on Tuesday - 7th Hour and  LLCC on Wednesday - 1st hour. Next week’s visits take place on Thursday - Monmouth College during 1st hour and ISU during 2nd hour.  Future visits include:  Concordia-Seward, Concordia-Chicago, Augustana, Wisconsin Lutheran College, Millikin, Indiana University, McKendree, and Lake Forest University.


Soccer Update:

Both Varsity and JV were victorious against Christ our Rock on Saturday with the varsity winning 2-1!


Cross Country Update:

Our Cross Country team overcame the heat on Saturday at a 20-team meet in Lincoln Park.  Both Sophomore Bernadette T. and Junior Maddy E. medaled with good showings from all of our participants.


Tonight’s Activities:

Soccer vs Decatur Christian @ Decatur Lower Mounds - 4:30pm

 

DAILY SHIELD

Friday, September 23, 2016


Word of the Week is:  Submission

Bible Verse:  Titus 3:1, “remind the people to be subject to rulers and authorities, to be obedient, to be ready to do whatever is good.”

Today’s Lunch:  Antonio’s Ham or Turkey Sandwich & Chips, $4

Monday’s Lunch:  Nachos or 2 Soft Tacos, $4


Happy Birthday on Sunday to: Freshman Michael B.

  1. Teachers, please submit your lunch count after announcements.

  2. Boys soccer practice is at 3:30 today. Do not be late.

  3. LuHi Trivia Night is tonight.  Is your family going?  It’s a great night of fun, laughter, and fellowship.  The cost is $15.00 per person with the proceeds going to the bus fund.  Call Kim Haynes to reserve a spot.

  4. The Spirit Week Dance is tomorrow from 8-11pm!  Admission is only $5 each.  Please park and enter the building from the East parking lot (the office doors).

  5. TODAY IS THE LAST DAY to sign up for Six Flags.  Get a friend to go with you and sign up in the office.  It’s $65 per person or $35 if you have a season pass.  The trip will be on Sunday, Oct 9th during Fright Fest.

  6. If our school raises $2,000 by the end of the school day today, we will get an extra day off school!  If your class collects $500, you will earn 20 Spirit Week points.  Whichever class raises the most money gets double the points.

  7. Upcoming college rep visits:  St. Ambrose on Tuesday - 7th Hour and  LLCC on Wednesday - 1st hour.


Soccer Update:

The boys soccer team played in their final match of the Crusader Classic last night against Athens. The boys battled hard, but could not find the back of the net. They fell to Athens 2-0.  We are in action again this Saturday at Christ our Rock.


Volleyball Update:

The Crusaders have been battling through injury and sickness, but came together to defeat Lincolnwood on Thursday 25-22, 25-18.  The Lady Crusaders took control midway through game 1 and never let up.  They also earned back the coveted Traveling Trophy!!


Saturday’s Activities:

Varsity Soccer vs Christ Our Rock @ Centralia- 10:30am

Golf @Lincoln Greens  -  11am

Cross Country at Linclon Park - 10:30am


Academic Spotlight of the Week shines on:

  • Senior Tyler D. in Elements of Writing for consistent positive effort in class or on homework.

  • Senior Elisabeth B. in Advanced PE for excellent class participation, behavior, leadership, consistent positive attitude, and rocking Circuit Training because she is a BEAST.  Also, in Brit Lit for excellent class participation.

  • Junior Taegun E. for excellent academic performance on a single project, assignment, or test, and improvement in attitude and/or academics in Spanish II.

  • Freshman Ethan G. in Spanish I and Health for excellent academic performance on a single project, assignment, or test and consistent positive effort in class or on homework.

Also nominated were:  Taylor S., Elise D., Alex K., Ben A., Skyler D., Amelia S., Jack W., Maddie E., Kaytlin S., Lauren L., and Natalie D.


Activity Spotlight of the Week shines on:

The Spirit Week Committee for its efforts in planning, preparing and executing the Spirit Week events.


Athletic Spotlight of the Week shines on:

  • Sophomore Chris M. in soccer for Scoring game winning goal in 2-1 victory vs calvary.

  • Senior Zach V. in cross country and Placed in the top 30 at Franklin and had a PR of 46 seconds from last year.

  • Senior Ian G. continued improvement in golf.

  • Senior Katie E. in volleyball for being a great leader. Getting a team high and personal high 16 kills vs Lincoln and making All tournament team at Mt.Pulaski.

Freshman Maddie R. in volleyball for continued positive attitude and improvement and great play in the JV tournament.

 

DAILY SHIELD

Thursday, September 22, 2016


Word of the Week is:  Submission

Bible Verse:  Ephesians 5:21, “Submit to one another out of reverence for Christ.”

Today’s Lunch:  Brown Bag

Tomorrow’s Lunch:  Antonio’s Ham or Turkey Sandwich & Chips, $4


Happy Birthday today to:

  1. Speech open practice will be held today from 3:05-3:45pm in Mrs. Quigg’s classroom.

  2. The Junior Class will meet tomorrow morning at 7:40 in Mrs. Koopman’s room.

  3. Lunch is scheduled today during 7th period as follows:

A Lunch - Geography, Biology, Language Lab, and Film

B Lunch - Study Hall, Physics, English 10, and Painting

C Lunch - PE, Algebra, Spanish II

  1. Missing binoculars from Tacky Tourist Tuesday found.  To reclaim, come to the office.

  2. Where are all of my LuHi families?  Sign up and support LuHi Trivia Night.  The cost is $15.00 per person with the proceeds going to the bus fund.  Call Kim Haynes to reserve a spot.

  3. Upcoming college rep visits:  St. Ambrose on Tuesday - 7th Hour and  LLCC on Wednesday - 1st hour.  

  4. Tomorrow’s Spirit Week dress up day is Blue & White day.  Pull out your LuHi gear and wear it to school.  Shorts of appropriate length and sweatpants may be worn ONLY if part of a blue, white, or LuHi outfit.

  5. The Spirit Week Dance is this Saturday!  It’s going to be super lit, so be there and bring your friends.  Admission is only $5 each.

  6. Tomorrow is the last day to sign up for Six Flags.  Get a friend to go with you and sign up in the office.  It’s $65 per person or $35 if you have a season pass.  The trip will be on Sunday, Oct 9th during Fright Fest.

  7. If our school raises $2,000 by the end of the school day tomorrow, we will get an extra day off school!  If your class collects $500, you will earn 20 Spirit Week points.  Whichever class raises the most money gets double the points.


Student Council is selling donuts at break today for just $1.


Soccer Update:

Last night, the boys soccer team played their third game in the Crusader Classic against Williamsville. In a heated match, Lutheran held Williamsville scoreless for the first 20 minutes of the game until a perfect cross and finish by the Williamsville forward broke the 0-0 score. Williamsville scored one more before the half to make the score 2-0. Lutheran kept their defense very strong in the second also creating a few chances to score. Williamsville eventually capitalized on their chances and won 4-0. The boys are in action again tonight against Athens at 5:30 in a rematch of a game earlier in the year.


Tonight’s Activities:

JV/V Volleyball at Lincolnwood beginning at 6:15pm.

Boys Soccer at 5:30 vs. Athens


DAILY SHIELD

Wednesday, September 21, 2016

Word of the Week is:  Submission

Bible Verse:  Matthew 6:10, “your kingdom come, your will be done, on earth as it is in heaven.”

Today’s Lunch:  Antonio’s Pizza, $2 per slice

Tomorrow’s Lunch:  Brown Bag


Happy Birthday today to:

  1. Teachers, please release ALL CACC students to the school office after announcements.

  2. There is a prom committee meeting tomorrow morning at 7:00am in Joel.

  3. We are following a special schedule tomorrow.  For those with late arrival, 2nd period begins at 8:40.

  4. Speech open practice will be held tomorrow from 3:05-3:45pm in Mrs. Quigg’s classroom.

  5. The Junior Class will meet Friday morning at 7:40 in Mrs. Koopman’s room.

  6. The Nitz Scholarship Fund collection continues through Friday.   Our school goal is $2,000.

  7. ONLY 3 DAYS LEFT!!!  Friday is the last day to sign up for Student Council’s Six Flags trip.  $65 is due at the time of sign up ($35 if you have a season pass).

  8. LuHi Spirit Week continues.  Tomorrow is Tossed Salad Day.  See the signs in the hallways for your class’ assigned dress.  Remember that outfits must be dress code appropriate.  Friday is Blue & White Day.  

  9. Saturday is the Spirit Week Dance in the cafeteria from 8-11pm.  Admission is $5 per person.

  10. Upcoming college rep visits:  SIU-C today during 8th hour, St. Ambrose next Tuesday - 7th Hour, and  LLCC next Wednesday - 1st hour.  Future visits include:  Monmouth, ISU, Concordia-Seward, Concordia-Chicago, Augustana, Wisconsin Lutheran College, Millikin, IU, McKendree, and Lake Forest University.


Student Council is selling muffins at break today for just $1.


Golf Update:  The team shot a total 260 at Country Hills.  Senior Ian G. shot a 60 and Senior Sam D. shot a 72.


Soccer Update:

Last night, in day two of Crusader Classic action, the boys soccer team battled to a 1-1 tie with Lanphier. The game started off very physical and the Crusaders had many chances. Senior Ben D. finally capitalized on a penalty kick taking a 1-0 lead into halftime. However, Lanphier didn’t give up. They came out early in the second half scoring off a free kick. The Crusaders dominated play from then on, but couldn't find the back of the net again. The Crusaders are back in action tonight against Williamsville at 5:30.


Volleyball Update:

Both the JV and Varsity volleyball teams beat Calvary in 2 sets last night.  It was a fun night of costumes. Thanks to all 0f the students who came to support and cheer on our efforts!


Tonight’s Activities:

The Boys Soccer Crusader Classic continues with Lanphier vs Athens at 4:00pm followed by our very own LuHi Crusaders vs Williamsville at 5:30.  This match could determine the outcome of the tournament. So bring your craziness and cheer our Crusader boys on to victory!

 

DAILY SHIELD

Tuesday, September 20, 2016


Word of the Week is:  Submission

Bible Verse:  Proverbs 3:6, “in all your ways submit to Him, and he will make your paths straight.”

Today’s Lunch: Brown Bag

Tomorrow’s Lunch:  Antonio’s Pizza, $2 per slice


Happy Birthday today to:

  1. Teachers, please dismiss the cross country team at 2:35 today.

  2. Reminder that there is a girls basketball informational meeting today at 3:30 in the gym.  

  3. Speech open practice will be held today and Thursday from 3:05-3:45pm in Mrs. Quigg’s classroom.

  4. LuHi Trivia Night is Friday.  If you’re not already registered and want to attend, do so by 3pm today in the Association Office.

  5. Friday is the last day to sign up for the Student Council Six Flags trip.  $65 is due at the time of sign up ($35 if you have a season pass).

  6. Tomorrow is Walt Disney Day.  Pull out your princess dresses, Prince Charming suits, or Hannah Montana outfits to earn Spirit Week points for your class.   Remaining Spirit Week dress days are: Tossed Salad Day Thursday and Blue & White Day Friday.  Remember that outfits must be dress code appropriate.  Saturday is the Spirit Week Dance in the cafeteria from 8-11pm.  Admission is $5 per person.

  7. If you wear your Tacky Tourist outfit, or some other APPROPRIATE costume, to tonight’s volleyball games, your admission is free.

  8. Any student interested in SADD may sign-up outside Mrs. O'Connell's door.

  9. This week’s college rep visits:  SIU-E today after announcements for those already signed up and SIU-C tomorrow during 8th hour.  Next week’s visits:  St. Ambrose on Tuesday - 7th Hour and  LLCC on Wednesday - 1st hour.


Tonight’s Activities:

JV/V Volleyball at Home vs. Calvary beginning at 6:15pm.  Remember to wear a costume!

Cross Country at Franklin beginning at 4:30pm.

Soccer - Crusader Classic.  LuHi plays at 4pm.

Golf at County Hill Golf Course @ 4pm.

 

DAILY SHIELD

Monday, September 19, 2016


Word of the Week is:  Submission

Bible Verse:  1 Peter 3:22, “Who has gone into heaven and is at God’s right hand - with angels, authorities and powers in submission to him.”

Today’s Lunch: Nachos or Soft Tacos, cookies and lemonade - $4

Tomorrow’s Lunch:  Brown Bag


Happy Birthday today to: Freshman Benjamin S.

  1. Today, we welcome Ian B. to LuHi’s Junior class.  When you see him in class or in the halls, please make him feel welcome.

  2. Teachers, please take a lunch count after announcements:  A is nachos and B is soft tacos.

  3. Juniors, if you ordered a class T-shirt, please bring $10 to Mrs. Gilman today to collect your shirt.

  4. We are having a prayer circle for Seton T. at 3:05 today in the gym if you would like to attend.  Seton hit her head this weekend and suffered a concussion.

  5. Anyone interested in playing girls basketball this season...there is an informational meeting tomorrow at 3:30 in the gym.  Come meet Coach Mead and find out about open gyms.  

  6. LuHi Trivia Night is this Friday.  If you’re not already registered, please sign up by tomorrow in the Association Office.

  7. Sunday, Oct 9th is the Student Council Six Flags trip (during Fright Fest!), but you must sign-up by Friday.  Money is due at the time of sign up and the cost is $65, or $35 if you have a season pass.

  8. The Nitz Scholarship Fund collection continues through Friday.   If we reach the $2000 goal, the whole school gets a day off.

  9. It’s Spirit Week!  Tomorrow is Tacky Tourist Tuesday.  Whether you are visiting the safari or Hawaii, be sure that your outfit is dress code appropriate and wear at least 3 items such as a safari hat, hawaiian shirt, sunglasses, binoculars or a camera around your neck to be counted.  Wednesday is Disney Day, Thursday is Tossed Salad Day, and Friday is Blue & White Day.  Saturday is a Spirit Week Dance in the cafeteria.  Admission is $5 per person.

  10. Any student interested in SADD may sign-up outside Mrs. O'Connell's door.

  11. This week’s college rep visits:  SIU-E on Tuesday during 2nd hour and SIU-C on Wednesday during 8th hour.  Next week’s visits:  St. Ambrose on Tuesday - 7th Hour and  LLCC on Wednesday - 1st hour.  Future visits include:  Monmouth, ISU, Concordia-Seward, Concordia-Chicago, Augustana, Wisconsin Lutheran College, Millikin, IU, McKendree, and Lake Forest University.

  12. Congratulations to the JUNIOR class for raising $250.00 for the Nitz scholarship fund by last Friday.  The Junior class earns 50 spirit points for their efforts.  

  13. Senior girls, please bring receipts for decorations to Abby Isham.


Tonight’s Activities:

Varsity Boys Soccer - Crusader Classic - begins today at 4pm.

 

DAILY SHIELD

Friday, September 16, 2016


Word of the Week is:  Grace

Bible Verse:  2 Corinthians 13:14, “May the grace of the Lord Jesus Christ, and the love of God, and the fellowship of the Holy Spirit be with you all.”

Today’s Lunch: Ham or Turkey Sandwich & Chips, $4

Monday’s Lunch:  Nachos, $4


Happy Birthday on Saturday to:  Sophomore Zach M.

  1. Teachers, please excuse Team Leaders at 10:20.  Team leaders are to meet in the hall by Mrs. Koopman’s room to pick up computers.  When the bell rings, all students need to go to the area where they met with their teams the 1st week of school (hallway, cafeteria or gym).

  2. The EAST parking lot is getting sealed on Sunday.  If you will be at the school at any time on Sunday, please park in the WEST lot.

  3. Anyone interested in playing girls basketball this season...there will be an informational meeting on Tuesday at 3:30 in the gym.  Come meet Coach Mead and find out about open gyms.  

  4. LuHi Trivia Night is next Friday.  It’s a night of great fun, fellowship and laughter - not to mention good, old-fashioned competition.  If you’re not already registered, please sign up by Tuesday in the Association Office.

  5. Sunday, Oct 9th is the Student Council Six Flags trip (during Fright Fest!), but you must sign-up by the extended deadline date of Sept. 23rd.  That’s next Friday!  Money is due at the time of sign up and the cost is $65 or $35 if you have a season pass.

  6. If you have Nitz Fund money today to turn in to your class advisors for the 50 bonus spirit points, please do so by 3pm.  Collections continue through next week for the whole-school day off.

  7. Class T-Shirt money is due to your class’ rep today.

  8. Spirit Week is next week, so let’s show our LuHi Spirit!  Monday is Pajama Day (just wear your PJs); Tuesday is Tacky Tourist Day (wear at least 3 items to be counted); Wednesday is Walt Disney Day (wear anything Disney related to be counted); Thursday is Tossed Salad Day (Freshmen - Ranch- cowboy attire/Sophomores - 1000 Island - tropical beach attire/Juniors - Caesar - togas with appropriate clothing underneath!/Seniors - French -berets, mustaches, etc.) Freshmen must wear at least 3 items to be counted/Soph, Jr and Sr must wear at least 2 items to be counted; and Friday is Blue & White Day (anything Blue, White or LuHi related will be counted).  Sweatpants are allowed as PJs on Monday, and if Blue, White or LuHi allowed on Friday, shorts and shirts must meet dress code.  If you are unsure if an outfit is appropriate, ask BEFORE you wear it!! Each class earns points from winning games, dressing up, and even collecting money.  The winning class gets a free dress down day.

  9. Saturday, Sept. 24th is a Spirit Week Dance in the cafeteria.  Admission is $5 per person.

  10. Any student interested in SADD may sign-up outside Mrs. O'Connell's door.

  11. Next week’s college rep visits:  SIU-E on Tuesday during 2nd hour and SIU-C on Wednesday during 8th hour.  Future visits include:  St. Ambrose, LLCC, Monmouth, ISU, Concordia-Seward, Concordia-Chicago, Augustana, Wisconsin Lutheran College, Millikin, IU, McKendree, and Lake Forest University.


This week’s Academic Spotlight shines on:

Senior Miriam G. in World History, Brit Lit, Advanced Biology, and Trigonometry for enthusiastic participation, good grades, and consistent positive attitude.

Junior Gabby C. in Spanish III, Brit Lit and Chemistry for excellent class participation, behavior, leadership and consistent academic performance.

Sophomore Sarah M.  in English, Spanish and Biology for excellent class participation, behavior, leadership and consistent positive attitude and effort in class.

Freshman Maddie R. for getting Presidential in all of her fitness tests in P.E.

Freshman Adam W. in Piano Lab, P.E., and Algebra for continuing improvement and positive attitude.

Also nominated were:  Sam D., Elise D., Rachal R., Addison W., Benjamin S., Michaela C., and Tori H..


This week’s Athletic Spotlight shines on:

  • Senior Robby M. in cross country for placing in the top 30 at the PORTA Invite -1:03 minutes faster than last year which was the biggest PR improvement of the day.

  • Senior Katie E. in volleyball for consistent leadership and phenomenal play in the front and back row.  

  • Senior Riley O. in soccer for his goal and assist in their win vs. Calvary.


Tonight’s Activities:

Soccer @ home vs. Lincolnwood beginning at 4:30pm

Golf vs Mt. Pulaski at Brookhills - 4pm

Varsity Volleyball at Mt. Pulaski Fall Festival Friday and Saturday beginning at 5:00pm tonight.

Saturday’s Activities:

JV Volleyball Crusader Classic at LuHi & Trinity beginning at 9:00am.

Varsity Volleyball continues play at Mt. Pulaski

 

DAILY SHIELD

Thursday, September 15, 2016


Word of the Week is:  Grace

Bible Verse:  2 Corinthians 12:9a, “But he said to me, “My grace is sufficient for you, for my power is made perfect in weakness.”

Today’s Lunch: Ham or Turkey Sandwich & Chips, $4

Tomorrow’s Lunch:  Brown Bag


Happy Birthday today to:  Sophomores Julie E. and Amanda M.

  1. Teachers, please dismiss the soccer team at 2:35.

  2. Mr. Kammerlohr’s 5th period class will eat during 1st lunch today and Mr. Dixon’s 5th period class will eat during 2nd lunch today.

  3. The Speech Team will hold open practice today from 3:05-3:45 in Mrs. Quigg’s room.  All students are welcome!

  4. Students working on a cartoon Crusader: your blackline masters are due to Mrs. Henry by 3pm today.

  5. Tomorrow, we will be on Chapel Schedule for Leadership Team Meetings.

  6. Tomorrow is also Break the Dress Code Day for $1.

  7. Anyone interested in playing girls basketball this season...there will be an informational meeting on TUESDAY, Sept 20th at 3:30 in the gym.  Come and meet Coach Mead and find out about open gyms.  

  8. Junior girls, please turn in your $10 breakfast supply money to Rachal R. by tomorrow.

  9. Reminder for those signed up that MacMurray College is visiting during 5th hour today.   Next week:  SIU-E visits on Tuesday during 2nd hour and SIU-C on Wednesday during 8th hour.  

  10. The Six Flags trip sign-up has been extended to Sept. 23rd.  

  11. Nitz Fund class announcements:   Sophomores are asked to bring in $5-10 to Mr. Zimmerman or Mrs. Gibler by Friday; also, if EVERY Junior brings in $6 to Mrs. Koopman by Friday, she will contribute the balance of the $250 Friday goal.

  12. Class T-Shirts:  Freshmen, see Aleah - the cost is $10.  Juniors, class shirts will be handed out Friday after school.  Bring your $14 to pick up your shirt from Abbie.  Seniors, be sure to turn in your money to Kaitlyn.


The student council is selling donuts at break for $1.


Tonight’s Activities:

V/JV Boys Soccer at Lincoln College beginning at 4:30pm.

 

DAILY SHIELD

Wednesday, September 14, 2016

Word of the Week is:  Grace

Bible Verse:  2 Corinthians 9:14, “And in their prayers for you their hearts will go out to you, because of the surpassing grace God has given you.”

Today’s Lunch: Antonio’s Pizza, $2 per slice

Lunch Servers:  1st Lunch - Jack & Gabby; 2nd Lunch - Rachel & Julie; 3rd Lunch - Addie and Garrett

Tomorrow’s Lunch:  Brown Bag


Happy Birthday today to:  Senior Alex Khayyat

  1. Junior and Senior Parent/Student meetings will be held in the cafeteria tonight.  The Senior meeting begins at 7pm and the Junior meeting begins at 8pm.  These are important meetings, so please be sure to remind your parents.

  2. There is also a Cheerleading meeting tonight from 6-6:30pm in the cafeteria for anyone interested in joining the LuHi Cheer Squad.

  3. Traveling Chapel - Remember to bring your props to practice tomorrow morning.

  4. The Speech Team will hold open practice Thursday from 3:05-3:45 in Mrs. Quigg’s room.  All students are welcome!

  5. Tomorrow is the deadline to submit a cartoon Crusader design to Mrs. Henry.

  6. Junior girls, please turn in your $10 breakfast supply money by Friday.

  7. Any student interested in SADD may sign-up outside Mrs. O'Connell's door.

  8. Trivia Night reservations may be turned in to the Association Office by Tuesday, Sept. 20th.

  9. MacMurray College is visiting during 5th hour tomorrow.   Next week:  SIU-E visits on Tuesday during 2nd hour and SIU-C on Wednesday during 8th hour.  

  10. The Chicago trip sign-up has been extended to Sept. 23rd.  

  11. Spirit Week is next week!  See the posters around school for the dress up days.  If you are unsure if an outfit is appropriate, ask BEFORE you wear it!!

  12. Remember your Nitz Fund donations.  Classes that raise $250 or more by this Friday receive 50 spirit week points and if the whole school raises $2000 by next Friday, we will receive a day off.  Sophomores are asked to bring in $5-10 to Mr. Zimmerman or Mrs. Gilber by Friday and Juniors are asked to bring $6 to Mrs. Koopman by Friday.


The student council is selling muffins at break for $1.


Soccer Update:

The Crusaders kept their winning ways going with a 4-2 win last night against the Calvary Saints. The game was scoreless through the first 25 minutes until Seniors Ben D. and Will K. had a good combination of passes through the midfield to the 18 when Will took a shot and sent it low past the Calvary goalie. The score was 1-0 at half with the Crusaders dominating play to begin the second. Early in the second, Senior Riley O. started the scoring with a nice shot from distance into the far corner. Later in the half, Junior Jack W. was cruising to the goal until he got taken down in the penalty box earning the Crusaders a penalty kick. Ben stepped up and blasted the ball past the goalie making the score 3-0. Calvary answered fairly quickly making the score 3-1, but the Crusaders offense continued their dominance with Riley sending a perfect ball in off a free kick to Jack for the finish making the score 4-1. Calvary would score a goal late in the game, but the Crusaders held off their final attacks.  The team is back in action on Thursday in Lincoln.


Golf Update:

The guys are really starting to improve! Senior Ian G., and Senior Sam D. shot 53 and 55 respectively. The team scored 227 overall at a very tough course


Volleyball Update:

Auburn came in with a tough mentality and the Crusaders had control of game 1 for the most part until Auburn fought their way back and tied it 24-24.  The Crusaders maintained tough play, got a big kill out of the middle from Sophomore Chloe G. and took game 1 26-24.  Game 2 was a completely different story as the Crusaders settled down a bit and controlled the game from the beginning.  Feeding off of Chloe in the middle and a couple big kills from Seniors Kaitlyn W. and Katie E., the Crusaders sailed to an easy victory of 25-15.  Senior Seton T. led the back row with 12 digs and Sophomore Cara A. controlled the tempo with 15 assists.  The girls improve to 10-2 and will be heading to the Hill of Mt Pulaski to test their grit in a tough tournament this weekend.

 

DAILY SHIELD

Tuesday, September 13, 2016

Word of the Week is:  Grace

Bible Verse:  2 Corinthians 8:7, “But since you excel in everything - in faith, in speech, in knowledge, in complete earnestness, and in love we have kindled in you - see that you also excel in this grace of giving.”

Today’s Lunch: Brown Bag

Tomorrow’s Lunch:  Antonio’s Pizza, $2 per slice


Happy Birthday today to:  

  1. Teachers, please dismiss the golf team at 2:00pm today.

  2. The Speech Team will hold open practices today and Thursday from 3:05-3:45 in Mrs. Quigg’s room.  All students are welcome!

  3. The Central IL Bloodmobile is here today.  For those signed up, please be sure to check in at your selected time.

  4. All students are reminded that if you have a problem with something getting stuck in the vending machines, you should tell a teacher or the office BEFORE you try to get it out by yourself.   If you try something by yourself and damage the machine, you alone are responsible for any repair issues.

  5. Tomorrow morning student meetings are as follows:  all current members of the National Honor Society at 8:00am in Mrs. Quigg’s room; Leadership Team Leaders at 8:30am in the Bio Room; and Sophomores running for class office at 8:45am in Mrs. Gibler’s room.

  6. Junior and Senior Parent/Student meetings will be held in the cafeteria tomorrow evening.  The Senior meeting begins at 7pm and the Junior meeting begins at 8pm.

  7. There is also a Cheerleading meeting tomorrow from 6-6:30pm in the cafeteria for anyone interested in joining the LuHi Cheer Squad.

  8. Thursday is the deadline to submit a cartoon Crusader design.  See Mrs. Henry for details.

  9. Junior girls, please turn in your $10 breakfast supply money to Rachal Ramey by Friday.

  10. Any student interested in SADD may sign their name on the sign-up sheet outside of Mrs. O'Connell's door.

  11. Trivia Night reservations may be turned in to the Association Office by Tuesday, Sept. 20th.

  12. SEMO is visiting during 1st hour tomorrow and MacMurray College during 5th hour on Thursday.   Next week:  SIU-E on Tuesday during 2nd hour and SIU-C on Wednesday during 8th hour.  

  13. Honor cards are ready for pick up from Mrs. Hennig.

  14. The Chicago trip sign-up has been extended to Sept. 23rd.  The $65 payment ($35 with season pass) is due at the time you sign-up.

  15. If your class raises $250 or more for the Nitz Fund before Spirit Week, your class earns 50 spirit points.  If the whole school raises $2,000 by the end of Spirit Week, we will get an extra day off school.  Turn in your money to your class advisors or student council reps.

  16. Spirit Week is next week!  During Spirit Week, we play games and have dress up days.  Monday is Pajama Day; Tuesday is Tacky Tourist Day; Wednesday is Walt Disney Day; Thursday is Tossed Salad Day (Freshmen are Ranch dressing, so dress like a cowboy-Sophomores are 1000 Island dressing, so wear tropical beach attire - Juniors are Caesar dressing, so wear togas with appropriate clothing underneath! - Seniors are French dressing, so you can wear berets, mustaches, etc.); and Friday is Blue & White Day.  Let’s show our LuHi Spirit!  If you are unsure if an outfit is appropriate, ask BEFORE you wear it!! Each class earns points from winning games, dressing up, and even collecting money.  The winning class gets a dress down day.

  17. Saturday, Sept. 24th is a Spirit Week Dance in the cafeteria.  Admission is $5 per person.


Tonight’s Activity:

FR/JV/V Volleyball at Home vs. Auburn at 5:00pm.

Varsity Soccer vs. Calvary Academy at Gietl Park beginning at 4:30pm

Golf MSM Match at Indian Springs at 4:00pm


Service Hour/Employment Opportunities:  (Tuesday and Thursday Only)

A single-day employment opportunity for a pair of individuals was received in the school office:  Local individual needs assistance removing two yew trees and a small rose bush from the yard.  If interested, please inquire in the school office.

 

DAILY SHIELD

Monday, September 12, 2016

Word of the Week is:  Grace

Bible Verse:  Colossians 3:16, “Let the message of Christ dwell among you richly as you teach and admonish one another through psalms, hymns, and songs from the spirit, singing to God with gratitude in your hearts.”

Today’s Lunch: Nachos, Chocolate Chip Cookies, and Lemonade.  The cost is $4.

Tomorrow’s Lunch:  Brown Bag


Happy Birthday today to:  

  1. Teachers, please remember to do a lunch count today.

  2. If you didn't get to spend some time being a part of Patriot's Day and the National Day of Remembrance and Service yesterday, know that any day is a good day to get involved with these ideas.  Please keep our country in your prayers as we remember 9/11 and serve others.

  3. Shopper’s Blessings are due to Mrs. Haynes by 11:45am today.

  4. Traveling chapel practice is Tuesday morning at 7:10am.  Don’t forget.

  5. The Speech Team will hold open practices this week on Tuesday and Thursday from 3:05-3:45 in Mrs. Quigg’s room.  All students are welcome!

  6. Leadership Team Leaders will meet this Wednesday at 8:30am in the Bio Room to prepare for Friday’s team activity.

  7. All current members of the National Honor Society will meet this Wednesday at 8:00am in Mrs. Quigg’s room.

  8. Sophomores running for class office need to meet with Mrs. Gibler and Mr. Zimmerman at 8:45am on Wednesday.

  9. Junior and Senior Parent/Student meetings will be held in the cafeteria this Wednesday evening.  The Senior meeting begins at 7pm and the Junior meeting begins at 8pm.

  10. A list of those receiving Honor Cards will be posted on the bulletin board outside the office.  Listen to announcements regarding when to pick up your Honor Card from Mrs. Hennig or Mrs. Conner.  Those being denied may see Mrs. Hennig with questions.

  11. Thursday is the deadline to submit your cartoon Crusader design.  Artwork must be submitted on an     8 1/2 x 11 paper as a blackline master to be used in a variety of LuHi publications. The winner will receive a $25 gift card and credit.  See Mrs. Henry for details.

  12. Sophomores, Jostens will be here before school tomorrow to receive your ring orders and $60 deposit.

  13. Seniors who did not turn in their Jostens’ graduation forms need to do so tomorrow before school.  

  14. The Cheerleading meeting, for anyone interested in joining the LuHi Cheer Squad, has been changed from Saturday to Wednesday, Sept 14 from 6-6:30pm in the cafeteria.

  15. The Central IL Bloodmobile will be here tomorrow from 10-2 and this is your chance to save lives! Sign up today! If you have any questions, please ask Mrs. O'Connell.

  16. Come out to Culver's tonight between 4-8 to support the boys soccer team! Dine in, carry out, drive though.  Hope to see you there!

  17. Trivia Night reservations continue.  Please send your reservations to the Association Office by Tuesday, Sept. 20th.

  18. This week’s college visits include: UIS today during 8th Hour for those signed up, Columbia College tomorrow during 1st hour, SEMO on Wednesday during 1st hour, and MacMurray College on Thursday during 5th hour.   The college rep sign up sheet is in the office.



Soccer Update:

Last Friday, the Crusaders traveled to Mt. Pulaski to take on the Hilltoppers. The game started out even until Junior Brett L. broke through the defense and scored after the Hilltoppers goalie bobbled his save. The Crusaders were not satisfied with the score being 1-0 at half.  Early in the second half, Senior Alex K. hit a low shot past a diving goalie. Senior Will K. sealed the deal with a nice finish to complete the score at 3-0. Junior Colin G. recorded his 3rd shutout of the year. The Crusaders are in action tomorrow at Gietl Park against Calvary.

Cross Country Update:

On the Boys’ Team, Freshman Michael B. placed 5th, while Senior Zach V., Senior Robby M., and Sophomore David L. all had a PR on the course.  Boys got 4th overall out of 9 teams!! Really exciting!!

For the Girls, Sophomore Bernadette T. placed 2nd and Sophomore Brigid T. (first time racing this year) placed 10th!

The top 15 medaled.  Although the course was muddy, the weather was cool!

Tonight’s Activity:

Golf vs. Virginia/Decatur Lutheran at Brookhills at 4:00pm

 

DAILY SHIELD

Friday, September 9, 2016


Word of the Week is:  Wisdom

Bible Verse:  Isaiah 28:29, “All this also comes from the Lord almighty, whose plan is wonderful, whose wisdom is magnificent.”

Today’s Lunch: Ham or Turkey Sandwich and Chips, $4

Monday’s Lunch:  Nachos, $4


Happy Birthday today to:  Senior Kimberly B. and Sophomore Vincent D.

  1. Teachers, please submit your lunch count after announcements.  Ham is A, Turkey is B.  Thank you.  Also, the soccer team needs to be dismissed at 2:10.

  2. Crusader artists:   This is the last weekend to work on your cartoon Crusader design.  Artwork must be submitted by Thursday, Sept. 15th on an 8 1/2 x 11 paper as a blackline master to be used in a variety of LuHi publications. The winner will receive a $25 gift card and credit.  See Mrs. Henry for details.

  3. Junior and Senior Parent/Student meetings will be held in the cafeteria on Wednesday, Sept 14th.  The Senior meeting begins at 7pm and the Junior meeting begins at 8pm.

  4. Sophomores, remember to review the class ring packets this weekend.  Jostens will be here before school on Tuesday to receive your ring orders and $60 deposit.

  5. Seniors who did not turn in their Jostens forms on Wednesday need to do so Tuesday before school.  If you have questions about how to complete the form, please come to the office.

  6. Today is the last day to sign up for the Six Flags on Sunday, Oct. 9th.  The cost is $65 per person, or for those with season passes, $35.  Payment must be submitted when you sign-up.

  7. The Cheerleading meeting, for anyone interested in joining the LuHi Cheer Squad, has been changed from Saturday to Wednesday, Sept 14 from 6-6:30pm in the cafeteria.

  8. The Central IL Bloodmobile will be here Tuesday from 10-2 and this is your chance to save lives! Sign up today! If you have any questions, please ask Mrs. O'Connell.

  9. Come out to Culver's on Monday, Sept 12th between 4-8 to support the boys soccer team! Dine in, carry out, drive though.  Hope to see you there!

  10. Trivia Night reservations are due to the Association Office by Tuesday, Sept. 20th.

  11. Next week’s college visits include: UIS on Monday during 8th Hour, Columbia College on Tuesday during 1st hour, SEMO on Wednesday during 1st hour, and MacMurray College on Thursday during 5th hour.   The college rep sign up sheet is in the office.

  12. Please pick up lost & found items from the silver bench by the office.  All items left after school today will be donated.



Tonight’s Activity:

Varsity Boys Soccer at Mt. Pulaski at 4:00pm

Saturday’s Activities:

Cross Country PORTA invite at Petersburg beginning at 10am

Freshman Volleyball Tourney at SHG beginning at 8am



This week’s Academic Spotlight shines on:

Senior Alexander K. in Health and Religion for excellent class participation, behavior, leadership and consistent positive attitude in class.

Junior Jared R. in economics for excellent class participation, behavior and leadership.

Sophomore Sarah T. in Spanish II for consistent positive attitude and excellent academic performance on a single project, assignment or test.

Freshman Britta B. in Health and Spanish I for excellent class participation, behavior leadership, and academic performance on a single project assignment or test and consistent positive attitude and effort in class.

Also nominated were:  Bryce S., Ben A., Ben D., Skyla W., Matthew B., Zach V., Lexi H., Adam W., Seth I., Jacob D., Zach B. and J.T. W.


This week’s Athletic Spotlight shines on:

  • Junior Collin G. in soccer for a shutout in the game vs Warrensburg-Latham.


  • Junior Maddy E. in cross country for being a consistent runner and taking 1st place at Concordia, Mequon.


  • Senior Elisabeth B. in volleyball for being a great leader and continuing to grow in her role as a middle hitter.  She contributed a match high 9 kills in the win vs Porta.

 

DAILY SHIELD

Thursday, September 8, 2016


Word of the Week is:  Wisdom

Bible Verse:  Proverbs 2:6, “For the Lord gives wisdom; from his mouth come knowledge and understanding.”

Today’s Lunch: Bring your own

Tomorrow’s Lunch:  Ham or Turkey Sandwich and Chips, $4


Happy Birthday today to:  

  1. After chapel today, Mr. Schorfheide would like to see all band students that are currently not in band 1st hour to stay for a few minutes.

  2. Teachers, please dismiss the golf team at 2:30 today.

  3. Junior & Senior boys interested in being a Team Leader for our Leadership Teams, please see Mrs. Hennig by 3pm today.

  4. Sophomores, it is class ring week for the Class of 2019.  Jostens will be here before school on Tuesday, to receive your ring orders and $60 deposit.

  5. Sign up in the office for the annual Student Council sponsored trip to Six Flags on Sunday, Oct. 9th.  The cost is $65 per person, or for those with season passes, $35.  The sign-up deadline is this Friday, and payment must be submitted when you sign-up.

  6. LuHi Cheerleaders will be holding a meeting on Sat., Sept. 10th at noon in the Gym for anyone interested in joining the LuHi Cheer Squad. We hope to see you there!

  7. The Central IL Bloodmobile will be here Tuesday from 10-2 and this is your chance to save lives! Students 16 and older with ID may sign up for a time slot; however, students age 16 must also have a signed parent consent form.  If you are unable to donate blood, you can participate by baking or bringing in snacks.  If you have any questions, please ask Mrs. O'Connell.

  8. For those signed up, Blackburn College is visiting during 2nd hour today.  UIS visits Monday during 8th Hour.  If you want to visit with UIS and have not signed up, please do so today.


Student Council is selling donuts for $1 at break.


Soccer Update:

The boys soccer team played against a tough opponent last night. Warrensburg-Latham came to town to see if they could upset the Crusaders return home after two weeks of being on the road. However, the Crusaders defense held the Cardinals offense in check allowing them 0 goals. Junior Colin G. was a brick wall in goal making numerous saves and keeping the score even. Junior Cameron P. anchored the defense, with Senior Ben D. and Junior Andrew G. marking the Cardinals' top forwards out of the game.  Freshman J.T. W. also made crucial plays in the back to keep the Cardinals from scoring. The Crusaders’ offense had great chances to score, but the Cardinals' goalie was up to the challenge. The Crusaders played to a 0-0 draw. The boys are in action again tonight with a big match at 4:30 in Riverton and tomorrow at 4:00 in Mt. Pulaski.


Tonight’s Activities:

Boys Golf at The Links in Jacksonville beginning at 4pm

Fr/JV/V Girls Volleyball at Home vs PORTA beginning at 5pm

V/JV Boys Soccer at Riverton beginning at 4:30pm

Service Hour/Employment Opportunities:  (Tuesday and Thursday Only)

A single-day employment opportunity for a pair of individuals was received in the school office:  Local individual needs assistance removing two yew trees and a small rose bush from the yard.  If interested, please inquire in the school office.

DAILY SHIELD

Wednesday, September 7, 2016


Word of the Week is:  Wisdom

Bible Verse:  Ecclesiastes 2:13, “I saw that wisdom is better than folly, just as light is better than darkness.”

Today’s Lunch: Antonio’s Pizza, $2 per slice

Tomorrow’s Lunch:  Bring your own


Happy Birthday today to:  

  1. Honor Card applications must be turned in to Mrs. Hennig’s box no later than 3pm today.  Forms may be picked up in the office.

  2. Seniors, Jostens will be here at lunch to receive graduation orders.

  3. Senior girls, please meet at break today by the gym doors to vote for a teacher chaperone.

  4. Junior & Senior boys interested in being a Team Leader for our Leadership Teams, please see Mrs. Hennig today or tomorrow.

  5. Sophomores who want to run for a class office must turn in their petitions with 15 student and 2 teacher signatures to Mr. Zimmerman or Mrs. Gibler today by 3pm.  Also Sophomores, it is class ring week for the Class of 2019.  Jostens will be here before school next Tuesday, Sept 13th to receive your ring orders and $60 deposit.

  6. Sign up in the office for the annual Student Council sponsored trip to Six Flags on Sunday, Oct. 9th.  The cost is $65 per person, or for those with season passes, $35.  The sign-up deadline is this Friday, Sept. 9th and payment must be submitted when you sign-up.

  7. LuHi Cheerleaders will be holding a meeting on Sat., Sept. 10th at noon in the Gym for anyone interested in joining the LuHi Cheer Squad. We hope to see you there!

  8. Trivia Night reservations are due to the Association Office by Tuesday, Sept. 20th.

  9. See Mr. James to purchase your 2015-16 yearbook or prior year soccer uniforms.

  10. The Central Illinois Community Blood Center will be here next Tues., Sept. 13th from 10 am till 2 pm.  Students must be 16 years of age or older and present ID.  16 year old students must have a signed parent consent form.  Sign up for a time slot in the office.  If you are unable to donate blood, you can earn service hours by baking or bringing in snacks.  If you have any questions, please ask Mrs. O'Connell.

  11. Upcoming college rep visits include:  Blackburn College tomorrow during 2nd hour and UIS on Mon., Sept 12 during 8th Hour.  Future visits include: SIUE, St. Ambrose, LLCC, Monmouth, ISU, Concordia University Chicago, Wisconsin Lutheran College, Millikin, McKendree, and Lake Forest University.  Juniors and Seniors may sign up in the office for these visits.


Student Council is selling muffins for $1 at break.


Volleyball Update:

Seniors Kaitlyn W. and Katie E. totaled eight kills each to lead Lutheran to a 25-15, 25-12 MSM Conference win over South County on Tuesday.  Senior Seton T. had 15 digs for the Crusaders, while Sophomore Cara A.n led the team with 22 assists. Lutheran improved to 8-2 overall.


Golf Update:  The meet went well last night at Lincoln Greens.  Senior Ian G. shot a 59 and Senior Sam D. shot a 63.



Tonight’s Activities:

V/JV Boys Soccer at Home vs. Warrensburg-Latham beginning at 4:30pm.

 

DAILY SHIELD

Tuesday, September 6, 2016


Word of the Week is:  Wisdom

Bible Verse:  Proverbs 4:7, “The beginning of wisdom is this:  Get wisdom.  Though it cost all you have, get understanding.”

Today’s Lunch: Bring your own

Tomorrow’s Lunch:  Antonio’s Pizza, $2 per slice


Happy Birthday today to:  Sophomore Ethan R.

  1. Teachers, please dismiss the Cross Country team at 1:50.  

  2. Shopper’s Blessings orders are due to Mrs. Haynes by 11:45am today.

  3. Honor Card applications are now being accepted in Mrs. Hennig’s box through tomorrow, Wed, Sept 7th no later than 3pm.  Forms may be picked up in the office.  Those receiving Honor Cards will be notified on announcements early next week.

  4. Junior & Senior boys:  Are you interested in being a Team Leader for our Leadership Teams?  Please see Mrs. Hennig before Thursday if interested.

  5. Trivia Night reservations are due to the Association Office by Tuesday, Sept. 20th.

  6. Sophomores who want to run for a class office must turn in their petitions tomorrow by 3pm to Mr. Zimmerman or Mrs. Gibler.  Your petition requires 15 student and 2 teacher signatures.

  7. Junior and Senior Parent/Student meetings will be held in the cafeteria on Wednesday, Sept 14th.  The Senior meeting begins at 7pm and the Junior meeting begins at 8pm.

  8. Seniors placing a graduation order with Josten’s, remember that order turn-in is tomorrow at lunch.



Student Council is selling bagels for $1 at break.


Cross Country Update:

We had a fun weekend with perfect weather! Junior Maddy E. won overall for the girls 5K race followed by Sophomore Bernadette T. placing 2nd and Senior Jackie E. placing 4th.  The boys team was also successful with huge PR improvements from last year!



Tonight’s Activities:

Cross Country at Rushville beginning at 4:30pm

Golf vs. Lanphier/Lincolnwood/Rochester at Lincoln Greens at 4:00pm

FR/JV/V Volleyball at Franklin beginning at 5:00pm.


DAILY SHIELD

Friday, September 2, 2016


Word of the Week is:  Honor

Bible Verse:  1 Corinthians 4:10, “We are fools for Christ’s sake, but you are prudent in Christ; we are weak, but you are strong; you are distinguished, but we are without honor.”

Today’s Lunch: Antonio’s Ham or Turkey Sandwich and Chips, $4

Tuesday’s Lunch:  Bring your own


Happy Birthday today to: Junior Skyla W.

  1. Teachers, please dismiss the Cross Country team at 10:50.  We send travel prayers with the athletes and their coach as they head to Milwaukee.

  2. There is no school on Monday.  Have a happy and safe Labor Day.

  3. All students wanting to audition for the fall play need to pick up an audition form in the office today and fill out both sides before you audition.  Remember tryouts are this afternoon at 4 and tomorrow at 10am.  See Mr. Schorfheide with questions.

  4. Sophomores who want to run for a class office must turn in their petitions to Mr. Zimmerman or Mrs. Gibler by Wednesday, Sept 7th at 3pm.  Your petition requires 15 student and 2 teacher signatures.

  5. Crusader artists:   Looking for something to do this weekend.  Why not sketch a cartoon Crusader?  See Mrs. Henry for details.

  6. 2015-16 Yearbooks may be purchased for $65.  See Mr. James.

  7. Prior year soccer uniforms are for sale.  Jerseys are $5 or $10 and all shorts are $5.  All proceeds returned to the Soccer fund.  Please see Mr. James to check them out.

  8. Sunday, Oct. 9th is our annual Student Council sponsored trip to Six Flags.  The cost is $65 per person and for those with season passes, it will be $35.  The sign-up sheet is in the office, but payment must be submitted at the time of sign-up.

  9. Upcoming college rep visits include:  Blackburn College on Thurs., Sept 9th during 2nd hour and UIS on Mon., Sept 12 during 8th Hour.  Future visits include: SIUE, St. Ambrose, LLCC, Monmouth, ISU, Millikin, and McKendree.  Juniors and Seniors may sign up in the office for these visits.


Volleyball Update:

In a thrilling 2 game victory, the LuHi Crusaders showed resilience and fight in their game against Riverton.  The Saders took game one in back and forth action looking to capitalize on 2 points in a row!  Finally, we got a kill by Senior Elisabeth B. to end the first set 31-29.  The girls had the lead in game 2 until Riverton tied it back up and were going point for point again until 23!  The Crusaders got some big net play action from Sophomore Chloe G. and Freshman Emily S. and great defense by Sophomore Cara A., Seniors Kaitlyn W. and Seton T.  Senior Katie E. was able to put the ball away for the final kill and finish the match with a 25-23 victory over the Hawks.  Thanks again to all the fans who help keep us motivated and enthused the whole game!


Tonight’s Activity:

Boys Golf vs. Raymond/Waverly/Mt. Olive beginning at 4:00pm at Brookhills.

Saturday’s Activity:  

Cross Country participates in the Milwaukee Lutheran Invitational


The Academic Spotlight of the Week shines on:

Senior Tori H. in Advanced Issues for completing her quarter project in the first week of school!!!

Junior Elizabeth G. in US History, Psychology, Trigonometry and Chemistry for excellent participation in class.

Sophomore Lucas P. in Computer Apps for an excellent test score.

Freshman Drake B. for his excellent test score in Health.

Also Nominated:  Colin G., Jack W., Ben A., Madison B., Taegun E., Amelia S., Victoria P., Lauren K., Michaela C., Emili P., and Emily S.

 

The Athletic Spotlight of the Week shines on:

Junior Jack W. nominated in soccer for his goal and strong play vs. Roxana.

Senior Kaitlyn W. nominated in volleyball for excellent leadership and leading the team in kills.

 

DAILY SHIELD

Thursday, September 1, 2016


Word of the Week is:  Honor

Bible Verse:  Romans 14:18, “If we live, we live to honor the Lord; and if we die, we die to honor the Lord, so whether we live or die, we belong to the Lord.”

Today’s Lunch: Brown Bag

Tomorrow’s Lunch:  Antonio’s Ham or Turkey Sandwich and Chips, $4


Happy Birthday today to:

  1. School and Sports pictures are today.  We will call the students by class.  Students, it is very important that you have your form and payment ready when your class is called.

  2. Teachers, please dismiss the Senior athletes to the cafeteria at the beginning of 8th hour.  They will be sent back to class as they finish their pictures.

  3. Spiritual Life Committee:  Be sure to turn in your skit requests to Mr. K this morning.

  4. Fall play auditions are Friday at 4pm and Saturday morning at 10am.  Sign-up in the office.  See Mr. Schorfheide with questions.

  5. Sophomores who want to run for a class office must turn in their petitions to Mr. Zimmerman or Mrs. Gibler by Wednesday, Sept 7th at 3pm.  Your petition requires 15 student and 2 teacher signatures.

  6. The long awaited Crusader cartoon character will soon be making an appearance...with your help.  Crusader artists have a chance to enter an art contest to draw a cartoon character of our Crusader (and maybe give him a name??) to be used in a variety of publications.   Artwork must be submitted by September 15th on an 8 1/2 x 11 paper as a blackline master.  See Mrs. Henry for details.

  7. 2015-16 Yearbooks may be purchased for $65.  See Mr. James.

  8. Prior year soccer uniforms are for sale.  Jerseys are $5 or $10 and all shorts are $5.  All proceeds returned to the Soccer fund.  Please see Mr. James to check them out.

  9. Classes in knitting, watercolor, cooking, and yoga for women will be offered on Thursday nights at Trinity beginning on Sept 8th for only $25.  See Mrs. Haynes with questions.

  10. Our first dress down day of the school year will be this Friday for $1.  You can wear sweatpants or long shorts, but no tank tops, short-shorts, or yoga pants.

  11. Sunday, Oct. 9th is our annual Student Council sponsored trip to Six Flags.  We will going during Fright Fest!  The cost is $65 per person and for those with season passes, it will be $35.  The sign-up sheet is in the office, but payment must be submitted at the time of sign-up.


The Student Council will be selling donuts at break for $1.


Soccer Update:

Last night, the Crusaders got back to their winning ways defeating Roxana 2-1. After falling down 1-0 at half, the boys regrouped and dominated the second half. With 20 to play, Senior Ben D. sent a through ball and Junior Jack W. was off to the races! Jack took the ball from 35 out and dribbled to the edge of the 18 sending a shot to the far post to get the equalizer. Senior Will K. would later seal the deal with a rocket that was just out of the goalie’s reach from 30 yards out. The boys' next game is Wednesday at home.


Tonight’s Activities:

FR/JV/V Girls Volleyball at Home vs. Riverton beginning at 5:00pm.

DAILY SHIELD

Wednesday, August 31, 2016


Word of the Week is:  Honor

Bible Verse:  John 12:26, “If anyone serves Me, the Father will honor him.”

Today’s Lunch: Antonio’s Pizza, Cash Only, $2 per slice

 Student Council Lunch Servers:  1st Lunch - Gabby and Savannah; 2nd Lunch - Rachel and Ethan;

 3rd Lunch - Riley and Garrett

Tomorrow’s Lunch:  Brown Bag


Happy Birthday today to:

  1. Teachers, please dismiss the Soccer team at 2:40 today.

  2. The order forms & money for volleyball spiritwear are due at the end of school today.

  3. The Prom Committee will meet tomorrow morning at 7:00am in Joel.  Bring catalogs.

  4. School and Sports pictures will be taken tomorrow.  School pictures in the morning and sports pictures in the afternoon. Please bring your form and payment when your class is called.

  5. Fall play auditions will be Friday afternoon at 4pm and again on Saturday morning at 10am.  You only need attend one.  The sign-up sheet is in the school office.  See Mr. Schorfheide with questions.

  6. Hey, Crusader artists!   How about entering an art contest to draw a cartoon character of our Crusader?   The Crusader (how about a cute name for it too?) may be used in a variety of publications.   Artwork must be submitted on an 8 1/2 x 11 paper as a blackline master.  Artwork is due by September 15th.  The winner will receive a $25.00 gift card along with credit for the artwork.   See Mrs. Henry for details.

  7. Luhi Students and faculty..... Want to help save lives? The Central Illinois Community Blood Center will have their bloodmobile here on Tuesday, September 13th from 10 am till 2 pm.  Please help by donating blood! Students must be 16 years of age or older and present ID.  16 year old students must have a signed parent consent form.  Students and faculty may sign up in the office. If you are unable to donate blood, you can earn service hours by baking or bringing in snacks. Our goal is at least 21 units.  If you have any questions, please ask Mrs. O'Connell.

  8. The Soccer program is offering a little piece of Lutheran High history!  Prior year soccer uniforms of various styles, sizes, and years represented are for sale.  Jerseys are $5 or $10 and all shorts are $5.  These are uniforms that are no longer worn, and with our reduced storage space, we are offering them to former players and then all LuHi sports enthusiasts.  All proceeds go back into the Soccer fund.  Please see Mr. James to check them out.


The Student Council will be selling muffins at break for $1.

Tonight’s Activities:

Boys Varsity Soccer vs. Roxana beginning at 4:30pm at Lovelace Park

 

DAILY SHIELD

Tuesday, August 30, 2016


Word of the Week is:  Honor

Bible Verse:  John 7:18, “The one who desires the honor of the one who sent him is a man of integrity, and there is no unrighteousness in him.”

Today’s Lunch: Brown Bag

Tomorrow’s Lunch:  Antonio’s Pizza, Cash Only, $2 per slice


Happy Birthday today to: Senior Breann D. and Sophomore Lauren L.

  1. Teachers, please dismiss the Golf team at 2:30 today.

  2. See Miss Burch or Mrs. O'Connell by the end of school today if you need to change classes.

  3. Leadership and Class Meetings will take place before school tomorrow.  Leadership Team Leaders will meet at 8:00am in Joel.  Class meetings will then begin at 8:30 in the following rooms:

Freshmen in the Gym

Sophomores in the Cafeteria

Juniors in Numbers

Seniors in Ezra

  1. The order forms & money for volleyball spiritwear are due no later than end of school tomorrow.  Order forms and product flyer are in the office.

  2. The Prom Committee will meet Thursday at 7:00am in Joel.  Bring catalogs.

  3. School and Sports pictures will be taken on Thursday.  School pictures will take place in the morning and sports pictures in the afternoon.

  4. All students interested in the fall play...auditions will be Friday afternoon at 4pm and again on Saturday morning at 10am.  You only need attend one.  If you are unable to make one of these times, see Mr. Schorfheide.

  5. Hey all of you Crusader artists out there!   How about entering an art contest to draw a cartoon character of our Crusader?   The Crusader (how about a cute name for it too?) may be used in a variety of publications.   Artwork must be submitted on an 8 1/2 x 11 paper as a blackline master.  Artwork is due by September 15th.  The winner will receive a $25.00 gift card along with credit for the artwork.   See Mrs. Henry for details.

  6. Luhi Students and faculty..... Want to help save lives? The Central Illinois Community Blood Center will have their bloodmobile here on Tuesday, September 13th from 10 am till 2 pm.  Please help by donating blood! Students must be 16 years of age or older and present ID.  16 year old students must have a signed parent consent form.  Students and faculty may sign up in the office. If you are unable to donate blood, you can earn service hours by baking or bringing in snacks. Our goal is at least 21 units.  If you have any questions, please ask Mrs. O'Connell.


The Student Council will be selling bagels at break for $1.


Tonight’s Activities:

Boys Golf vs. Williamsville/Riverton/Auburn at The Oaks beginning at 3:30.

Girls JV/V Volleyball at home vs. Pawnee.  The JV starts at 6:15 with the varsity to follow.

DAILY SHIELD

Monday, August 29, 2016


Word of the Week is:  Honor

Bible Verse:  Jeremiah 15:15, “Lord, remember me and take note of me.  Avenge me against my persecutors.  In your patience, don’t take me away.  Know that I suffer disgrace for your honor.”

Today’s Lunch: Brown Bag

Tomorrow’s Lunch:  Bring your own


Happy Birthday today to: Junior Colin G.

  1. Shopper’s Blessings orders are due to Mrs. Haynes by 11:45am today.

  2. See Miss Burch or Mrs. O'Connell by end of school tomorrow if you need to change classes.

  3. See Mr. James to pick up your pre-ordered 2015-16 yearbook or to purchase one for $65.

  4. Leadership and Class Meetings will take place before school on Wednesday.  Leadership (Team Leaders only) will meet at 8:00am in Joel.  Class meetings will then begin at 8:30 in the following rooms:

Freshmen in the Gym

Sophomores in the Cafeteria

Juniors in Numbers

Seniors in Ezra

  1. See Mr. James to pick up your pre-ordered 2015-16 yearbook or to purchase one for $65.

  2. The deadline for volleyball spiritwear is Wednesday.

  3. All students interested in the fall play, auditions will take place on Friday afternoon and again on Saturday morning.  You only need attend one.  If you are unable to make one of these times, see Mr. Schorfheide.

  4. Take a fun class for only $25.00 for four Thursday nights starting on Sept 8th at Trinity Lutheran School.  Classes offered are knitting, watercolor for beginners, cooking with veggies, and yoga for women.  See Mrs. Haynes with questions.


Volleyball Update:  The volleyball team had a tough weekend of play.  They did a great job of controlling their first 3 pool play games going 3-0.  They went on to face Springfield High and took them to 3, but fell 25-21 in game 3.  The girls showed toughness and executed the game plan well; it just came down to a few crucial plays.  The last game was against 3A LaSalle Peru who is always a powerhouse, and even though the match went their way, our girls played hard and made our fans proud.  It was a great tournament and we are thankful to all the fans that came to support us during this first weekend of play!


Boys Soccer:  The men's soccer team faced two tough opponents this weekend in the Carlinville tournament. They opened against Hillsboro and lost 1-0 after a hard fought match. One hour later, they were on the pitch again in a tough match against Litchfield. Battling the weather as well, the Crusaders played hard but fell to Litchfield. They play again tonight at 6:00pm in Carlinville.

DAILY SHIELD

Friday, August 26, 2016


Word of the Week is:  Follow

Bible Verse:  Psalm 119:166, “I wait for your salvation, Lord, and I follow your commands.”

Today’s Lunch: Antonio’s Sandwich and Chips, $4

Monday’s Lunch:  Bring your own  (Monday Nachos will start on Monday, Sept 12th)


Happy Birthday today to: Freshman Madison M.

          and on Saturday to:  Freshman Lauren K.

  1. See Miss Burch or Mrs. O'Connell but end of school on Tuesday if you need to change classes.

  2. All students interested in the fall play either need to meet in Acts today at break and or sign up in the office today, so we can set up an audition time.

  3. See Mr. James to pick up your pre-ordered 2015-16 yearbook or to purchase one for $65.

  4. Student Council is having an ice cream and movie night after the last volleyball game this Saturday night.  The cost is $2 to get in and we will be watching “House at the End of the Street.”

  5. The deadline for volleyball spiritwear is Wednesday, Aug. 31st.

  6. There is still an unclaimed key (flame pattern) in the office.

  7. Leadership and Class Meetings will take place before school on Wednesday.  Listen to Monday’s Shield for more info.


Volleyball Update:  The Crusaders traveled to Mt Olive for the first conference match of the season.  The girls took an easy lead, but Mt. Olive fought back and took it away midway through the first set.  However,  the Saders didn't quit... Tenacious defense and smart net plays paired with aggressive serving quickly took Mt Olive out of sync and the Saders claimed game 1, 25-16.  The Saders didn't slow down.  They controlled the entire 2nd set garnering a pretty comfortable lead.  The girls closed it out 25-16.  Senior Katie E. led the team with 12 kills, Senior Seton T. turned it up on defense with 12 digs and Sophomore Cara A. controlled the tempo with 26 assists!  Come support the team at our home tournament this weekend.


The Athletic Spotlight of the Week shines on:

Senior Ben D. nominated in soccer for his hat trick and first three goals of his career in the game vs Collinsville Christian.

And, Senior Seton T. nominated in volleyball for excellent leadership on the defensive end of the court.  She led the team with 12 digs and 14 digs respectively this week in two big wins this week.


The Activity Spotlight of the Week shines on:

The students involved in planning and executing the Freshman Round Up.  Job well done!


Tonight’s Activities:

Boys Golf vs. Springfield/Southeast/Lanphier at  3:30pm at Brookhills.

Girls Varsity Volleyball begins our Crusader Classic tonight vs Brussels at 6pm, then continues the night vs Routt at 8pm.

Saturday’s Activities:

The Varsity Volleyball team continues in our Crusader Classic at 1:00pm.

Boys Varsity Soccer participates in the Carlinville Kickoff facing Litchfield beginning at 4:30pm at Davis Anderson Field.

DAILY SHIELD

Thursday, August 25, 2016


Word of the Week is:  Follow

Bible Verse:  Psalm 111:10, “The fear of the Lord is the beginning of wisdom; all who follow his precepts have good understanding.  To Him belongs eternal praise.”

Today’s Lunch: Brown Bag

Tomorrow’s Lunch Option:  Antonio’s Sandwich and Chips, $4


Happy Birthday today to:

  1. Today is Assembly Schedule.

  2. See Miss Burch or Mrs. O'Connell if you need to change classes.  

  3. 2015-16 Yearbooks are here!  See Mr. James to pick up your pre-ordered book or to purchase one for $65.

  4. Student Council is having an ice cream and movie night after the last volleyball game this Saturday night.  The cost is $2 to get in and we will be watching “House at the End of the Street.”

  5. The deadline for volleyball spiritwear is Wednesday, Aug. 31st.

  6. 2nd reminder:  be sure that lockers are locked at all times.  If lockers are found unlocked, they will be locked for you.  If this becomes a repeat offense, demerits will be issued.

  7. There is still as set of unclaimed keys in the office.


Tonight’s Activities:

Boys Golf vs. Illini Central High  4:00pm at Crane Creek.   Teachers: please dismiss the golf students at 2:35.

Girls JV/Varsity Volleyball at Mt. Olive beginning at 6pm.

Boys Varsity/JV Soccer at Athens beginning at 4:30pm.


Service Hour/Employment Opportunities:

  • Camp CILCA needs certified lifeguards on Saturday, Aug. 27th and Saturday, Sept. 3rd.  If you are a certified lifeguard and able to help on one or both days, please contact:  Pastor Josh Thielen at 415-2311.

  • Babysitter needed for 9 year old boy occasionally after school and some evenings.  Must be able to drive.  See Mrs. Gilman if interested.

DAILY SHIELD

Wednesday, August 24, 2016


Word of the Week is:  Follow

Bible Verse:  Psalm 94:15, “Judgment will again be founded on righteousness, and all the upright in heart will follow it.”

Today’s Lunch Option:  Antonio’s Pizza, Cash Only, $2 per slice

Tomorrow:  Students bring your own lunch.


Happy Birthday today to:

  1. Tomorrow is ASSEMBLY schedule.

  2. For those driving, due to the construction on Washington Street across from the school, please drive cautiously when entering and exiting the school parking lot.

  3. See Miss Burch or Mrs. O'Connell if you need to change classes.  

  4. 2015-16 Yearbooks are here!  For those who ordered a yearbook last year, please see Mr. James in the cafeteria after school to pick it up.  If you didn’t order a yearbook last year and would like one, they will be available starting tomorrow for $65 each.

  5. College reps will be visiting soon.  Juniors and Seniors may sign up in the office prior to the visits which take place in the cafeteria at the round table. Teachers will not release students who have a presentation, group project, test, quiz, lab, or other important class activity. Always report to class first so that attendance may be completed.  Reps coming soon include Blackburn, Lincoln Land, Monmouth, and Millikin.

  6. Student Council is having an ice cream and movie night after the last volleyball game this Saturday night.  The cost is $2 to get in and we will be watching “House at the End of the Street.”

  7. The deadline for volleyball spiritwear is Wednesday, Aug. 31st.

  8. Lockers are to be locked at all times.  If lockers are found unlocked, they will be locked for you.  If this becomes a repeat offense, demerits will be issued.



Volleyball Update:  The Crusaders had a tough battle last night verses a very good Hartsburg team.  The Lady Crusaders came out with a lead, but Hartsburg tied it out and game 1 was point for point until we took control and won 25-23.  The 2nd game wasn't much different, but Hartsburg came out with control.  However, being down by as many as 6 didn't stop the Crusaders from fighting for every point.  Gaining momentum with great serving and even better defense and capitalizing on a few Hartsburg errors, the Saders took game 2, 26-24.  It was a great home opener and we thank all our amazing and supportive fans!!


Soccer Update:  Last night, the Crusaders opened their season with a dominating 8-0 victory.  After struggling to find the net in the first 15 minutes, Freshman Jon Agard opened the 2016 campaign with a nice finish to the corner beating Collinsville's goalie. Minutes later, Senior Riley O. had a nice chip shot to the back corner making it 2-0. Senior Will K. wanted to make an exclamation point on the match with a screamer of a goal 3 minutes later.  Senior Ben D. added 3 goals of his own - one from 45 yards out! Kirby scored one more goal later in the second half and Junior Brett L. closed out the scoring with a laser to the top corner. The boys are in action again Thursday at Athens.



Tonight’s Activities:

Cross Country at home beginning at 4pm.


Service Hour Opportunity:

Camp CILCA needs certified lifeguards on Saturday, Aug. 27th and Saturday, Sept. 3rd.  If you are a certified lifeguard and able to help on one or both days, please contact:  Pastor Josh Thielen at 415-2311.

DAILY SHIELD

Tuesday, August 23, 2016


Word of the Week is:  Follow

Bible Verse:  Leviticus 18:4, “You must obey my laws and be careful to follow my decrees. I am the Lord your God.”

Happy Birthday today to:

  1. There will be a 30 min meeting for all NEW STUDENTS today from Noon to 12:30 in the gym.

  2. Tomorrow is a full day with a 9:00am start.

  3. There will be a prom committee meeting tomorrow at 8:00 am in Joel.

  4. Thursday will be ASSEMBLY schedule.

  5. Do you need to change your schedule?  See Miss Burch or Mrs. O'Connell for the forms necessary to change classes.  The forms must be signed by all of the teachers involved and by Mr. Rollins.  Once Mr. Rollins signs the slip, you may attend your new classes.  Teachers have the right to refuse the change due to section size and other factors.  These are schedule change requests, not demands.

  6. College reps will be visiting soon.  Juniors and Seniors may sign up in the office to speak with reps and will be called out of class when the rep comes.  No students will be allowed to attend without signing up in the office prior to the visit. Visits will take place in the cafeteria this year and students are asked not to sit at the round table when the "RESERVED" sign is posted on the table.  Teachers will not release you from class if you have a presentation, group project, test, quiz, lab, or other important class activity. Always report to class first so that attendance may be completed.  Misbehavior at a rep visit will result in the revocation of the privilege.  Reps coming soon include Blackburn, Lincoln Land, Monmouth, and Millikin.

  7. The deadline for volleyball spiritwear is Wednesday, Aug. 31st.


Service Hour Opportunity:

Camp CILCA needs certified lifeguards on Saturday, Aug. 27th and Saturday, Sept. 3rd.  If you are a certified lifeguard and able to help on one or both days, please contact:  Pastor Josh Thielen at 415-2311.

DAILY SHIELD

Wednesday, May 25, 2016


Word of the Week is:  Hope

Bible Verse:  Psalm 31:24, “Be strong and take heart, all you who hope in the Lord.”

Happy Birthday today to:

  1. There are still A LOT of Seniors who need to see Mrs. Conner to pick up and sign for your Baccalaureate and Graduation Instructions and graduation tickets.  Also, there are still a few of you who need to bring in pictures and most need to turn in biographies.  

  2. See Mrs. Gilman for lunch punch refunds.  No refunds given after tomorrow.

  3. Lockers need to be thoroughly cleaned, checked by Mr. Filter, and locks turned into the office by 11:30 tomorrow.  Failure to do so will result in a $25 fine.

  4. If you still have a uniform, please clean it and bring it in tomorrow.

  5. Only 2 days left to order your yearbook!

  6. Concordia Lutheran Church & School is hosting a Blood Drive on Saturday, June 4th from 8 to Noon.  They are trying to get a $250 grant for the school and need 20 donations! Please help if you are able.

  7. After studying for finals tonight, go on a scavenger hunt through your house looking for Campbell’s soup labels.  Tomorrow is the last day to turn them in as the company is discontinuing the program.

  8. Get your cookout reservations in Mrs. Haynes by June 6th for the June 11th Quad Demo Day.

  9. Finals Week Notes...

            Make sure your ride is here after your last final unless participating in one of the  

            following.

Today’s Spiritual Life meeting with Mr. Kammerlohr from 11:45-12:20 in Revelation,

               Or tomorrow’s -

#1  Senior graduation ensemble practice in the Music Room at 10:30,

#2  The MANDATORY graduation practice for ALL SENIORS in the Cafeteria at 11:00am,

#3  or, the LuHi Garage Sale set up.


Service Hour and Employment Opportunities are listed on the bulletin board outside the office.

 

DAILY SHIELD

Tuesday, May 24, 2016


Word of the Week is:  Hope

Bible Verse:  Psalm 25:5, “Guide me in your truth and teach me, for you are God my savior, and my hope is in you all day long.”

Happy Birthday today to:  Sophomore Andrew C.

  1. Seniors:  See Mrs. Conner before you leave  today to pick up and sign for your Baccalaureate and Graduation Instructions and graduation tickets.  Also, there are still a few of you who need to bring in pictures and most need to turn in biographies.  

  2. Ushers for Baccalaureate and Graduation MUST see Mrs. Koopman right after chapel.

  3. See Mrs. Gilman for lunch punch refunds.  No refunds given after Thursday.

  4. All students need to thoroughly clean their locker by 11:30 on the last day of finals.  You need to make sure that Mr. Filter OK’s your locker and then turn your lock into the office.  Failure to do so will result in a $25 fine.

  5. All athletes must turn in uniforms ASAP!

  6. The Association Office needs help moving to the Chemistry Lab today after finals.

  7. The end of the season Track party is at 5:00pm tonight at Mrs. Henning’s house.  Families welcome!

  8. Order your yearbook at yearbookforever.com by Friday.  Make sure you select Lutheran High School of Springfield, IL.

  9. Shopper’s Blessings are cash & carry only next week.

  10. Please bring Campbell’s Labels to the Association Office.  The company is ending the program, so Thursday is your last opportunity to turn in labels to help LuHi!

  11. The Quad Demolition Day Celebration is June 11th beginning at 3:00pm.  Take a paintball shot at the Quad, smash a quad locker, watch the quad walls come down, and then stay for a LuHi family cookout.  RSVP for the cookout to Mrs. Haynes at k.haynes@spiluhi.org by June 6th.

  12. Finals Week Notes...

            All students must leave the school property after their last final each day unless

             participating in one of the following events.  Please arrange rides accordingly.

Today - Girls basketball open gym from Noon-1:00pm     

Tomorrow - Spiritual Life will meet with Mr. Kammerlohr from 11:45-12:20 in Revelatio

Thursday -

#1  Seniors singing in the graduation ensemble will meet in the Music Room at 10:30am for a run-through of the graduation song.

#2  Then, ALL SENIORS are to meet at 11:00am in the Cafeteria for a MANDATORY Graduation practice.  Practice will start when ALL Seniors have arrived and will last approximately 1 hour.

#3  Finally, all Cross Country, Soccer, and Track athletes are to stay after the last final to help set up for the LuHi Garage Sale.


Service Hours and Employment Opportunities are listed on the bulletin board outside the office.

Community Event note: Concordia Lutheran Church & School  is holding a Blood Drive on Saturday, June 4th from 8 am to 12 pm.  We need 20 donations to win a $250 grant for our school!  To donate blood, you must be at least 17 years old (or 16 with a signed parental consent form-available on our web site), weigh at least 110 lbs., and be in good health.

 

DAILY SHIELD

Monday, May 23, 2016


Word of the Week is:  Hope

Bible Verse:  Job 11:18, “You will be secure, because there is hope; you will look about you and take your rest in safety.”


Lunch:  Option A:  French Bread Pizza

              Option B:  Chicken Wrap, Fresh Fruit, and Chips

Happy Birthday today to:  

  1. Reminder that we are on CHAPEL schedule today.

  2. Please stop by the cafeteria during break today to wish Mr. Shirley God’s blessings and have some cake.

  3. Come support Ana M. today at 3:15 in the gym lobby as she signs her National Letter of Intent to cheer at UIS next year.

  4. After Ana’s signing, please join us on the baseball field at 3:30 to pray for Blake S. -  parents, teachers, students are all welcome to lift Blake up in prayer before his surgery on Wednesday.

  5. The track team needs to meet at the buses right after school today to move equipment and clean the buses.  It won’t take long if everyone helps.

  6. Today is the last day for District 186 lunch.  See Mrs. Gilman starting tomorrow to get refunds for remaining punches.  No refunds given after Thursday.

  7. All students need to thoroughly clean their locker by 11:30 on the last day of finals.  You need to make sure that Mr. Filter OK’s your locker and then turn your lock into the office.  Failure to do so will result in a $25 fine.

  8. Shopper’s Blessings orders are due today by 11:45.  Cash & Carry only next week.

  9. The Association Office needs help with the move to the Chemistry Lab tomorrow after finals.

  10. Seniors:  WE NEED PICTURES!!! - 1 from your preschool years and a current senior picture - and your Biographies.

  11. All athletes must turn in uniforms ASAP!

  12. The end of the season Track party will be tomorrow at 5:00pm at Mrs. Henning’s house.  Families are welcome!

  13. Order your yearbook at yearbookforever.com by Friday.  Make sure you select Lutheran High School of Springfield, IL.

  14. Finals Week Notes...

            All students must leave the school property after their last final each day unless

             participating in one of the following events.  Please arrange rides accordingly.

Tuesday - Girls basketball open gym from Noon-1:00pm     

Wednesday - Spiritual Life will meet with Mr. Kammerlohr from 11:45-12:20 in Revelation

 Thursday -

#1  Seniors singing in the graduation ensemble will meet in the Music Room at 10:30am for a run-through of the graduation song.

#2  Then, ALL SENIORS are to meet at 11:00am in the Cafeteria for a MANDATORY Graduation practice.  Practice will start when ALL Seniors have arrived and will last approximately 1 hour.

#3  Finally, all Cross Country, Soccer, and Track athletes are to stay after the last final to help set up for the LuHi Garage Sale.


Track Update:

Congratulations to the Girl's 4x8 Relay, Maddy, Elisabeth, Bernadette, and Jackie for setting a new school record of 9:50.37 and placing second on Saturday at the State Track Meet!  This is the highest relay finish in LuHi’s history!


Service Hour Opportunities:  (Read on Tuesdays & Thursdays)

  • Immanuel Lutheran Church VBS help needed June 6-10 from 8:30-Noon

  • Our Savior’s Lutheran Church VBS help needed June 20-24 from 9-Noon.

  • MDA Lock Up on June 2nd.  Help needed setting up.

  • UCP Summer Camp help needed.

- See the bulletin board for service opportunities.


Employment Opportunity:  Trinity Family seeking childcare on Mondays from 4-6pm (sometimes 6:30) beginning June 20th.  Mom will be at home, but teaching music lessons.  Location is just a few minutes from LuHi.  See the bulletin board for contact information.

 

DAILY SHIELD

Friday, May 20, 2016


Word of the Week is:  Strength

Bible Verse:  Deuteronomy 6:5, “Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your strength.”


Lunch:  Option A:  BBQ Pork Rib Bun, Potato Wedges, Fresh Fruit,  Cookie

              Option B:  3-layer PB&J, Fresh Fruit, and Chips

Happy Birthday today to:  Senior John A. and Sophomore Jared R.

On Saturday to:  Junior Elise D.

And on Sunday to:  Freshman Katelyn F.


  1. Teachers, please dismiss the boys track team at 1:55pm.

  2. Final Fling is TONIGHT at school from 8-11pm.  Admission is just $3 or a LuHi garage sale donation.

  3. Seniors:  WE NEED PICTURES!!! - 1 from your preschool years and a current senior picture - and your Biographies.

  4. Track athletes that are finished for the season, please turn in your uniforms ASAP!

  5. Monday, we will be on CHAPEL schedule.

  6. Also, Monday at 3:15 in the gym lobby, come support Ana Menke as she signs her National Letter of Intent to cheer at UIS next year.

  7. The end of the season Track party will be Tuesday, May 24th starting at 5:00pm at Mrs. Henning’s house.  Families are welcome!

  8. Order your yearbook at yearbookforever.com by NEXT Friday.

  9. Shopper’s Blessings orders are due on Monday by 11:45.  Cash & Carry only during the week of May 30th.

  10. Everyone listen up...here are your Finals Week Notes...

             Finals schedules are posted around the school and were sent home in the Ledger.

             All students must leave the school property after their last final each day unless

             participating in one of the following events.  Please arrange rides accordingly.

             On Wednesday - Spiritual Life will meet with Mr. Kammerlohr from 11:45-12:20 in Revelation

             On Thursday - Listen to all three events...especially Seniors.

#1  Seniors singing in the graduation ensemble will meet in the Music Room at 10:30am for a run-through of the graduation song.

#2  Then, ALL SENIORS are to meet at 11:00am in the Cafeteria for a MANDATORY Graduation practice.  Practice will start when ALL Seniors have arrived and will last approximately 1 hour.

#3  Finally, all Cross Country, Soccer, and Track athletes are to stay after the last final to help set up for the LuHi Garage Sale.


The Spanish Honor Society will sell healthy snacks at break today.


Track Update:

Congratulations to the Girl's 4x8 Relay who will advance to the Finals on Saturday at the State Track Meet in Charleston!



Today’s Activities:

IHSA  Boys Track Sectionals at Lewiston beginning at 4:30.


Saturday’s Activities:  

Varsity Baseball at home at 10am vs. Tri-City.  This is a conference make-up game.

IHSA Girls State Finals at Eastern Illinois.  Our 4x800 team is scheduled to run at 11:00am.


This week’s Academic Spotlight shines on:

Senior Elizabeth C. in Religion for consistent excellent work on assignments.

Senior Hunter D. for consistent excellent work on assignments in Religion.

Senior Adam R. in Analytical Geometry for stellar improvement on a recent test and in Religion for his excellent grade on the Revelation test.

Senior Blake S. for major improvement in attitude and/or academics in Spanish III.

Junior Drew C. in P.E. for major improvement in attitude and/or academics and outstanding performance in the presidential fitness testing.


This week’s Athletic Spotlight shines on:

Junior Will K. in baseball for going 3-3 in their last game vs Triopia.

The girls 4x800 relay for qualifying for State Finals!!



Service Hour Opportunities:  (Read on Tuesdays & Thursdays)

  • Immanuel Lutheran Church VBS help needed June 6-10 from 8:30-Noon

  • Our Savior’s Lutheran Church VBS help needed June 20-24 from 9-Noon.

  • MDA Lock Up on June 2nd.  Help needed setting up.

  • UCP Summer Camp help needed.

- See the bulletin board for service opportunities.


Employment Opportunity:  Trinity Family seeking childcare on Mondays from 4-6pm (sometimes 6:30) beginning June 20th.  Mom will be at home, but teaching music lessons.  Location is just a few minutes from LuHi.  See the bulletin board for contact information.

 

DAILY SHIELD

Thursday, May 19, 2016


Word of the Week is:  Strength

Bible Verse:  Psalm 46:1, “God is our refuse and strength, an ever-present help in trouble.”


Lunch:  Option A:  Bosco Sticks w/Marinara Sauce, Carrot/Celery Sticks w/Ranch, Fresh Fruit, Chips

              Option B:  Chef Salad, Fresh Fruit, and Chips

Happy Birthday today to:

  1. The last break the dress code day is tomorrow for $1.

  2. Final Fling is from 8-11pm tomorrow, here at school.  Admission is just $3 or a LuHi garage sale donation.

  3. Seniors:  remember that we need 2 pictures of you - 1 from your preschool years and a current senior picture.

  4. By tomorrow...pick up a cheer packet, talk to Mr. Schorfheide about Madrigals, and see Miss Burch or Mrs. O’Connell for next year’s schedule adjustments.

  5. Monday is the last day for District 186 lunch.  See Mrs. Gilman beginning Tuesday to get refunds for remaining punches.  No refunds given after Thursday.

  6. The end of the season Track party will be Tuesday, May 24th starting at 5:00pm at Mrs. Henning’s house.  Families are welcome!

  7. Remember to order your yearbook by NEXT Friday.

  8. Sylvan Learning of Springfield is offering $100 off their June ACT prep course sessions.  Flyers are in the office.  


Student Council will be selling donuts at break today for $1.


Today’s Activities:

IHSA  Girls State Track Finals


Service Hour Opportunities:  (Read on Tuesdays & Thursdays)

- See the bulletin board for service opportunities.


Employment Opportunity:  Trinity Family seeking childcare on Mondays from 4-6pm (sometimes 6:30) beginning June 20th.  Mom will be at home, but teaching music lessons.  Location is just a few minutes from LuHi.  See the bulletin board for contact information.

 

DAILY SHIELD

Wednesday, May 18, 2016


Word of the Week is:  Strength

Bible Verse:  Isaiah 40:31, “Those who hope in the Lord will renew their strength.”


Lunch:  Antonio’s Pizza, Cash Only

Happy Birthday today to:

  1. Teachers, please dismiss the softball team at 12:15 and the baseball team at 2:30pm today.

  2. We will take a FAN VAN to the baseball game tonight.  Meet in the gravel lot at 3:00; the bus will leave promptly at 3:15.  The cost is $3 and you must sign up before the end of the day in the school office.

  3. Congratulations to next year’s Senior class officers:  President-Kaitlyn Wiegand, Vice President-Trevor Wilcoxen, Treasurer-Abby Isham, and Secretary-Seton Tournoux.

  4. The end of the season Track party will be Tuesday, May 24th starting at 5:00pm at Mrs. Henning’s house.  Families are welcome!

  5. See Miss Burch or Mrs. O’Connell this week for schedule adjustments.

  6. Remember to order your yearbook.

  7. See Mr. Schorfheide this week regarding Madrigal participation.

  8. Only 2 District 186 lunches remain.  See Mrs. Gilman next week for punch refunds.

  9. Friday is the last schoolwide Break the Dress Code day for just $1.

  10. Pick up cheer packets by this Friday.

  11. Final Fling is this Friday from 8-11pm at school.  Admission is $3 or a donation to the LuHi garage sale.

  12. Sylvan Learning of Springfield is offering $100 off their June ACT prep course sessions.  Flyers are in the office.  

  13. Seniors:  remember that we need 2 pictures of you - 1 from your preschool years and a current senior picture.


Student Council will be selling muffins at break today for $1.


Today’s Activities:

Varsity Baseball IHSA Regionals continue at Triopia at 4:30pm.

Varsity Softball IHSA Regionals continue vs London Mills at Astoria at 4:30.


Service Hour Opportunities:  (Read on Tuesdays & Thursdays)

- See the bulletin board for service opportunities.

 

DAILY SHIELD

Tuesday, May 17, 2016


Word of the Week is:  Strength

Bible Verse:  Philippians 4:13, “ I can do all things through him who gives me strength.”


Lunch:  Option A:  Baked Chicken, Mashed Potatoes w/Gravy, Fruit Cup, and Dinner Roll

              Option B:  3-layer PB&J, Fresh Fruit, and Chips

Happy Birthday today to:  Freshman Rebekah G.

  1. All Juniors need to see Mrs. Koopman at break TODAY in Numbers to vote for class office and a couple of other items that need to be addressed.  You must show up at break to vote!

  2. Congratulations to the following sophomores who will be officers next year for their Junior Class:  President - Drew C.; Vice President - Abbie S.; Secretary - Abby M.; and Treasurer - Ben A..

  3. If you need to make adjustments to next year’s schedule, please see Miss Burch or Mrs. O’Connell this week.

  4. Next Friday, May 27 is the last day to buy a yearbook. To purchase a yearbook, go to yearbookforever.com and follow the instructions. Make sure you select Lutheran High School of Springfield, IL.  Any questions, see Mr. James.

  5. There is more student artwork to be claimed.  Pieces will be on the table outside Ms. Black’s class until 3:00pm today, at which time unclaimed work will be removed.

  6. All girls soccer players need to see Mr. James at some point today.

  7. See Mr. Schorfheide if you are interested in Madrigals next year or if you were in Madrigals this year and will not be participating next year.

  8. Only 3 District 186 lunches remain. Plan accordingly.  See Mrs. Gilman next week to receive a refund for remaining punches.

  9. The last schoolwide Break the Dress Code day is this Friday, May 20th for just $1.

  10. Boys and girls interested in cheerleading need to pick up a cheer tryout packet in the office by Friday.  Bring completed packets with you to tryouts on June 24.

  11. Final Fling is this Friday from 8-11pm at school.  Admission is $3 or a donation to the LuHi garage sale.

  12. The Quad Demolition Day Celebration is June 11th beginning at 3:00pm.  Take a paintball shot at the Quad, smash a quad locker, watch the quad walls come down, and then stay for a LuHi family cookout.  RSVP for the cookout to Mrs. Haynes at k.haynes@spiluhi.org by June 6th.


Student Council will be selling bagels at break today for $1.


Baseball & Softball Update:

Congratulations to both the boys baseball and girls softball teams for their victories in the first round of regionals.  Boys won against Pawnee 8-0 and the girls defeated Augusta Southeastern 12-2.


Track Update:

Freshman Bernadette T. won the 1600m at the Capital Area Track & Field Honor Roll meet with a personal best time of 5:26.94!  Congratulations.


Service Hour Opportunities:  (Read on Tuesdays & Thursdays)

  • Immanuel Lutheran Church VBS help needed June 6-10 from 8:30-Noon

  • Our Savior’s Lutheran Church VBS help needed June 20-24 from 9-Noon.

  • MDA Lock Up on June 2nd.  Help needed setting up.

  • UCP Summer Camp help needed.

- See the bulletin board for service opportunities.

 

DAILY SHIELD

Monday, May 16, 2016


Word of the Week is:  Strength

Bible Verse:  Isaiah 40:29, “He gives strength to the weary and increases the power of the weak.”


Lunch:  Option A:  3 Soft Shell Tacos with lettuce, tomato, and cheese, Fruit Cup, and Ice Cream

              Option B:  Chicken Wrap, Fresh Fruit, and Chips

Happy Birthday today to:  

  1. Teachers, please dismiss the baseball team at 2:30pm today.

  2. Current Spanish National Honor Society Members:  If you want to run for an office for the 2016-2017 school year, please turn ballots in to Mrs. Gibler by the end of the day TODAY.

  3. All Juniors need to see Mrs. Koopman at break on TUESDAY to vote for class office and a couple of other items that need to be addressed.  You must show up at break to vote!

  4. Most returning students have now scheduled for next school year.  If you need to make adjustments, please see Miss Burch or Mrs. O’Connell this week.

  5. Any 2015 Madrigal singer who is no wanting to sing next year, please let Mr. Schorfheide know this week.  Also, any student who is interested in joining next year, also see Mr. Schorfheide this week.

  6. Only 4 District 186 lunches remain.

  7. Congratulations to Maddy E., Jackie E., and Bernadette T. who qualified to run in the Capital Area Honor Roll Track & Field Classic tonight.

  8. Shopper’s Blessing orders are due to Mrs. Haynes by 11:45am today.

  9. Boys and girls interested in cheerleading need to pick up a cheer tryout packet in the office by Friday.  Bring completed packets with you to tryouts on June 24.

  10. Final Fling is this Friday from 8-11pm at school.  Admission is $3 or a donation to the LuHi garage sale.

  11. Finals Week Notes:

             All students are to leave the school property after their last final each day unless

               participating in one of the events below.  Please arrange rides accordingly.

             Wednesday of finals- Spiritual Life will meet from 11:45-12:20 in Revelation

             Thursday of finals - All Cross Country, Soccer, and Track athletes are to stay after school to help set up

                    for the annual LuHi Garage Sale.

             Also on the Thursday of finals - ALL SENIORS are to meet in the Cafeteria for Graduation practice at

                   11:00am.  Practice will start when ALL Seniors have arrived and will last approximately 1 hour.


The Spanish National Honor Society will be selling healthy snacks at break today.


Today’s Activities:

Varsity Boys Baseball IHSA Regionals vs. Pawnee at home beginning at 3:30pm.  

Varsity Girls Softball IHSA Regionals at home vs. Augusta Southeastern at 4:30pm.

Since these are IHSA events, there is a $4 admission charge per person.

And, Capital Area Honor Roll Track Meet at Chatham Glenwood.



Service Hour Opportunities:  (Read on Tuesdays & Thursdays)

- See the bulletin board for service opportunities.

 

DAILY SHIELD

Friday, May 13, 2016


Word of the Week is:  Reveal

Bible Verse:  Psalm 98:2,  “The Lord has made his salvation known and revealed his righteousness to the nations.”


Lunch:  Option A:  Mini Corn Dogs, Potato Wedges, Broccoli and Cauliflower Florets, and Chips

              Option B:  3-layer PB&J, Fresh Fruit, and Chips

Happy Birthday today to:  

  1. Teachers, please dismiss the softball team at 2:40 and the baseball team at 2:50 today.

  2. Please welcome Michael B. shadowing today with Hank H.

  3. Seniors:  there will be a short meeting today during break in the gym.

  4. Juniors:  Petitions for Senior class officers are due TODAY to Mrs. Koopman or Mr. Schorfheide.

  5. Current Spanish National Honor Society Members:  If you want to run for an office for the 2016-2017 school year, please turn ballots in to Mrs. Gibler by the end of the day on Monday, May 16th.

  6. Last call for all re-enrolled students to sign up for lockers.  After today, lockers will be assigned.

  7. Most returning students have now scheduled for next school year.  If you need to make adjustments, please see Miss Burch or Mrs. O’Connell next week.

  8. Congratulations to the newly elected officers for the National Honor Society for the 2016-2017 school year:  President - Kaitlyn W.; Vice President - Katie E.; Secretary - Alec B.; and Treasurer - Abby I..

  9. Congratulations to next year’s Student Council officers:  President - Addison W.; Vice President - Jack W.; Secretary - Gabby C.; Treasurer - Savannah S.; and Publicity - Garrett D. and Julie E.

  10. There are 5 District 186 lunches remaining for the school year.

  11. Final Fling is May 20th from 8-11pm at school.  Admission is $3 or a donation to the LuHi garage sale.

  12. Finals Week Notes:

             All students are to leave the school property after their last final unless participating in one of the events below.  Please arrange rides to accordingly.

             Wednesday of finals- Spiritual Life will meet from 11:45-12:20 in Revelation

             Thursday of finals - All Cross Country, Soccer, and Track athletes are to stay after school to help set up

                    for the annual LuHi Garage Sale.

             Also on the Thursday of finals - ALL SENIORS are to meet in the Cafeteria for Graduation practice at

                   11:00am.  Practice will start when ALL Seniors have arrived and will last approximately 1 hour.


The Spanish National Honor Society will be selling healthy snacks at break today.


Baseball Update:

We played Morrisonville yesterday and the bats for the Crusaders were hot.  With multiple hits from just about everyone, the Crusaders cruised to a 27-11 victory.  The second game was a pitcher’s duel.  Senior Michael N. battled all game, and eventually, the Crusaders struck for 2 runs.  Only allowing Morrisonville 1 run, the Crusaders won the 2nd game 2-1.


Track & Field Update:

Congratulations to the girls 4x800 relay team which placed 1st at Sectionals last night qualifying for the State meet next week!  The team ran a time of 10:11.13.  Maddy E. also placed 3rd in the 800m, Bernadette T. placed 5th in the 1600m, Jackie E. placed 6th in the 800m, and the 4x4 relay placed 4th.  God’s Blessings at State!


Today’s Activities:

Varsity/JV girls softball vs Springfield High at UIS beginning at 4:30.

Varsity boys baseball at Tri-City starting at 4:30pm.


Saturday’s Activities:

Varsity boys baseball vs. Triopia at MacMurray College, Jacksonville at 11:00am.


This week’s Academic Spotlight shines on:

Junior Jacob P. in U.S. History for excellent academic performance on a single project, assignment, or test.

Junior Tanner W. for consistent participation in U.S. History.

Freshman Trevor T. in Spanish I for excellent academic performance on a single project, assignment, or test and major improvement in attitude and/or academics.

Freshmen Nick V. and Christopher M. for excellent performance on the Health Drug Abuse presentation.


This week’s Activity Spotlight shines on:

Student Council for their hard work planning and serving the delicious chicken dinner on Wednesday, even though they did not get any chicken.


This week’s Athletic Spotlight shines on:

  • The Track Girls’ 4x8 relay team, Maddy E.,  Jackie E., Elisabeth B., Bernadette T. and Brigid T. for placing 1st at Sectionals and qualifying for State.

  • Chloe K. and Bailey W. in Soccer for their hard work as marking backs and strong one-on-one defense in the regional game.

  • Adam M. and Blake S. in Baseball for their multiple hits in Game 1 vs. Morrisonville.



Service Hour Opportunities:  (Read on Tuesdays & Thursdays)

  • See the bulletin board for service opportunities.

 

DAILY SHIELD

Wednesday, May 11, 2016


Word of the Week is:  Reveal

Bible Verse:  Psalm 23:6  “Surely your goodness and love will follow me all the days of my life, and I will dwell in the house of the Lord forever.”


Lunch:  Student Council Chicken Lunch

Happy Birthday today to:  

  1. Teachers:  Please dismiss the baseball team at 2:50 today.

  2. Student Council:  meet Ms. Burch in the kitchen at break

  3. Attention current Juniors!:  Petitions for Senior class officers are due to Mrs. Koopman or Mr. Schorfheide by the end of the day on Friday.  Elections will be early next week.

  4. All current FRESHMEN who are re-enrolled may come to the office today and tomorrow to sign up for a locker.

  5. There are 7 District 186 lunches remaining for the school year - purchase your lunches accordingly.   See Mrs. Gilman by the end of finals for refunds on punches not used.

  6. Be sure to thank our Student Council members during the free chicken lunch for all of their hard work this year.

  7. Break the Dress Code Fridays - each Friday in May for just$1.

  8. Final Fling is May 20th from 8-11pm at school.  Admission is $3, unless you bring in an item to donate to the LuHi garage sale, then your admission is FREE.

  9. Finals Week Notes:

             All students are to leave the school property after their last final unless participating in

             one of the events below.  Please arrange rides to accordingly.

             Wednesday of finals- Spiritual Life will meet from 11:45-12:20 in Revelation

             Thursday of finals - All Cross Country, Soccer, and Track athletes are to stay after school to help set up

                    for the annual LuHi Garage Sale.

             Also on the Thursday of finals - ALL SENIORS are to meet in the Cafeteria for Graduation practice at

                   11:00am.  Practice will start when ALL Seniors have arrived and will last approximately 1 hour.


Student Council is selling muffins at break today for $1.  


Girls Soccer Update:

Last night, the Lady Crusaders showed true character and heart as they battled for 80 minutes against a tough Pleasant Plains team. Plains was up 2-0 just after the half, but the Crusaders kept themselves in the game through great defense and teamwork. Plains scored again bringing the score to 3-0, but a few minutes later Junior Katie E. hit a magnificent free kick from 35 yards to give the Crusaders momentum. However, Plains would score again, but the Crusaders did not give up! With under 10 minutes to play, Freshman Julie E. crossed a perfect ball to Senior Kiersten A. who scored and cut the lead in half. The Crusaders carried that momentum to the final seconds of play with Junior Abby I. scoring a goal with exactly 1 second left. Our girls lost 4-3, but showed great teamwork, determination, and character-battling to the very end.


Today’s Activities:

Varsity Boys Baseball at Edinburg beginning at 4:30pm.

 

DAILY SHIELD

Tuesday, May 10, 2016


Word of the Week is:  Reveal

Bible Verse:  1 Peter 5:10  “And the God of all grace, who called you to his eternal glory in Christ, after you have suffered a little while, will himself restore you and make you strong, firm and steadfast.”


Lunch:  Option A:  Spicy Chicken Strips w/Ranch, Side Salad, Chilled Peaches, and Dinner Roll

              Option B:  3-layer PB&J, Fresh Fruit and Chips

Happy Birthday today to:  Senior Kiersten A.

  1. Rock Climbing is today after school for those signed up.

  2. Senior class photo is tomorrow at 8:45am.  ALL SENIORS are to meet Mr. James in the cafeteria on time.  

  3. Attention current Juniors!:  Petitions for Senior class officers are due to Mrs. Koopman or Mr. Schorfheide by the end of the day on Friday.  We will hold elections early next week.

  4. All current SOPHOMORES who are re-enrolled may come to the office today to sign up for a locker for next year.  All current FRESHMEN who are re-enrolled may come to the office on Wednesday and Thursday to sign up for a locker.

  5. There are 8 District 186 lunches remaining for the school year - purchase your lunches accordingly.   See Mrs. Gilman by end of finals for refunds on punches not used.

  6. Winner, winner, chicken dinner!  Tomorrow, Student Council is providing a free chicken lunch, complete with fried chicken, rolls, salad, and chips; therefore, you will not need to bring a lunch on Wednesday and there will be no fifth hour.

  7. Break the Dress Code Day is back-Fridays in May for just$1 each Friday.

  8. The end of the year is near, so let’s celebrate!  Final Fling is May 20th from 8-11pm at school.  To thank you all for a great year, you can get into the dance free by bringing one item to donate to the LuHi garage sale.  If you choose not to donate, the cost to get in is only $3.  Hope to see you there!


Student Council is selling bagels at break today for $1.  


Today’s Activities:

Varsity Girls Soccer IHSA Regionals vs. Pleasant Plains at Plains scheduled for 6:30pm.

Varsity Girls Softball doubleheader vs. Edinburg at Calvary at beginning at 4:30pm.

Varsity Boys Baseball at Morrisonville at 4:30pm.



Service Hour Opportunities:  (Read on Tuesdays & Thursdays)

  • See the bulletin board for service opportunities.

 

DAILY SHIELD

Monday, May 9, 2016


Word of the Week is:  Reveal

Bible Verse:  Isaiah 28:29  “All this also comes from the Lord Almighty, whose plan is wonderful, whose wisdom is magnificent.”


Lunch:  Option A:  Nachos w/meat and cheese; mexican rice; sour cream, lettuce & tomatoes; ice cream

              Option B:  Chicken wrap, fresh fruit and chips

Happy Birthday today to:

  1. Sophomores who want to run as class officers need to submit petitions to Mrs. Gibler by 3:00pm today.   You will need 10 student and 2 teacher signatures.

  2. Rock Climbers - Our last climbing date for this year is tomorrow.  Rock Gym 101 will be offered.  Sign up ASAP with Mr. Kammerlohr.

  3. Seniors:  We will be taking a Senior class photo THIS Wednesday, May 11th at 8:45am.  We need ALL Seniors present at 8:45am on Wednesday.  Please meet Mr. James in the cafeteria.

  4. All SOPHOMORES - soon to be juniors - that have re-enrolled  may come to the office today and tomorrow to sign up for a locker for next year .  All FRESHMEN - soon to be sophomores - that have re-enrolled may come to the office on Wednesday and Thursday to sign up for a locker.

  5. There are nine District 186 lunches remaining for the school year - purchase your lunches accordingly.   Please see Mrs. Gilman for refunds on punches not used.  All refunds need to be requested by end of finals.

  6. Shopper’s Blessings order are due to Mrs. Haynes by 11:45am today.

  7. Winner, winner, chicken dinner!  This Wednesday, May 11th, Student Council will be providing a free chicken dinner lunch, complete with fried chicken, rolls, salad, and chips!  Because of this, you will not need to bring a lunch on Wednesday and there will be no fifth hour.

  8. Break the Dress Code Day is back!  Each Friday in May, Student Council will be  sponsoring Friday Break the Dress Code days for just$1 each Friday.

  9. The end of the year is finally here, so let’s celebrate!  The Final Fling dance is coming up on May 20th from 8-11pm.  To thank you all for a great year, you can get into the dance free by bringing one item to donate to the LuHi garage sale.  If not, cost to get in is only $3.  Hope to see you there!

  10. Sylvan Learning of Springfield is offering $100 off  their May or June ACT prep course session.  Flyers are in the office.  

  11. Illinois State Fair Mega Passes go on sale June 16.  Cost is $70 thru July 31.  Forms available in the office.


Spanish National Honor Society is selling healthy snacks at break today.  


Track Update:

The LuHi track team competed at the Tremont Invitational this past Friday. It was a great evening for track & field and several individuals had PRs in their events.  Those that received top honors at the meet were:  Freshman Bernadette T. - 1st place in the 3200m and 2nd place in 1600m;  Senior James B. - 1st place in the ShotPut and 2nd place in Discus; and Freshman Jay M. - 1st place in the 100m dash. Congratulations to all team members!  The boys team competes today at Athens and the girls team competes in Sectionals this Thursday at Carlinville.


Today’s Activities:

Varsity/JV Softball vs Athens at Calvary.  Start time of 4:30.

BOYS Track meet at Athens.  Start time of 4:30.



Service Hour Opportunities:  (Read on Tuesdays & Thursdays)

  • See the bulletin board for contact information on these service opportunities.

 

DAILY SHIELD

Friday, May 6, 2016


Word of the Week is: Ask

Bible Verse: 2 Chronicles 1:7  “That night God appeared to Solomon and said to him, ‘Ask for whatever you want me to give you.”


Lunch:  Option A: Two bosco sticks w/marinara sauce, carrot & celery sticks w/ranch, fresh fruit & chips

              Option B:  Three layer peanut butter & jelly, fresh fruit and chips

Happy Birthday over the weekend to:   Freshman Kaytlin S.


  1. Sophomores who want to run as class officers need to submit petitions to Mrs. Gibler by 3:00pm on Monday, May 9.  You will need 10 student and 2 teacher signatures.

  2. Rock Climbers - Our last climbing date for this year is Tuesday, May 10th.  Rock Gym 101 will be offered.  Sign up ASAP with Mr. Kammerlohr.

  3. Seniors:  We will be taking a Senior class photo on Wednesday, May 11th at 8:45am.  We need ALL Seniors present at 8:45am on Wednesday.  Please meet Mr. James in the cafeteria.

  4. Junior National Honor Society members who desire to be an officer for next year must submit their petition to Mrs. Quigg no later than 3:00 today.

  5. All JUNIORS - soon to be seniors - that have re-enrolled  may come to the office today to sign up for a locker for next year .  This year’s Sophomores and Freshmen:  listen to next week’s announcements for your time to sign up.

  6. Teachers - please dismiss the track team at 2:20 and the soccer team at 2:35.

  7. 3rd and 4th period freshman religion classes report to Genesis.  If you are in Physical Science, bring your materials and lab goggles.

  8. 6th period study hall report to the Computer Lab.


Baseball Update:  Lutheran High hosted Pawnee last night.  Michael N. got the start for the Crusaders.  In the first inning the Pawnee Indians struck quickly.  They scored one in the top of the first.  It took the Crusaders a couple innings to get the bats going.  In the home half of the third, Will K. came up with an RBI double which would prove to be the game winning hit.  After Michael N. settled in at the mound, he allowed 0 runs through 6 innings.  Michael gets the win against the Indians and Lutheran is now 8-8 overall and 4-3 in MSM conference play.


Today’s Activities:

Varsity soccer @ Piasa Southwestern starting at 5pm.

Track meet at Tremont starting at 4pm.


Activities over the weekend:

Baseball doubleheader Saturday at Carrollton starting at 11:00.


This week’s Activity Spotlight shines on:

Members of the Prom Committee for the planning and execution of an amazing evening:  Midnight in Paris!  We had an awesome time.

This week’s Academic Spotlight shines on:

Junior Zane B. for his work and for his participation/efforts all year in US History.

Junior Tyler D. for his work and for his participation/efforts all year in US History.

Junior Braden P. who also was nominated for his efforts in US History as well as work in World Literature and Chemistry this semester.

Sophomore Gabby C. as she has raised her work to a higher plane in Geometry.

This week’s Athletic Spotlight shines on:

Senior Elizabeth C. nominated by the soccer coaches for scoring her first high school goal on her Senior Night.

Junior Will K. nominated by the baseball coaches for going 2 for 3 with 2 RBIs in their win against Pawnee.

Senior Logan A. nominated in track.  He has shown great leadership for the track team - came to support them at the Tiger Relays on Monday and was a great help at the Grade School Meet on Wednesday.  In spite of his injury, Logan is a great teammate and still a great member of the team.





Service Hour Opportunities:  (Read on Tuesdays & Thursdays)

Immanuel Lutheran VBS June 6-10

The MDA Lock Up on June 2nd.

UCP Summer Camps

  • See the bulletin board for contact information on these service opportunities.


Employment Opportunities:

Part Time Job at Talbots - If you are a graduating senior planning to attend college in Springfield, we are hiring part-time support associates.  See the bulletin board for contact information.


DAILY SHIELD

Thursday, May 5, 2016


Word of the Week is: Ask

Bible Verse: John 16:23e, “Very truly I tell you, my father will give you whatever you ask in my name.”


Lunch:  Option A: Chicken Patty on Bun, Side Salad w/Ranch, Peach Cup, and Cookie

              Option B:  Chef Salad, Fresh Fruit and Chips

Happy Birthday today to:   Junior Rachel D. and Freshman Brandon W.

  1. Sophomores who want to run as class officers need to submit petitions to Mrs. Gibler by 3:00pm on Monday, May 9.  You will need 10 student and 2 teacher signatures.

  2. Rock Climbers - Our last climbing date for this year is Tuesday, May 10th.  Rock Gym 101 will be offered.  Sign up ASAP with Mr. Kammerlohr.

  3. Freshman Reminder:  The auction basket pizza party is today and only for the people who donated toward the basket.  If you are participating in the pizza party, please do not order a school lunch today.

  4. Seniors:  We will be taking a Senior class photo on Wednesday, May 11th at 8:45am.  We need ALL Seniors present at 8:45am on Wednesday.  Please meet Mr. James in the cafeteria.

  5. Junior National Honor Society members who desire to be an officer for next year must submit their petition to Mrs. Quigg no later than 3:00 tomorrow, May 6th.

  6. Congratulations to the band and choir for an outstanding spring concert last night.  Everyone did a great job and should be commended.  Also, congratulations to the 15 seniors on their last concert here at LuHi.  Along with senior plaques, special awards went out to the following students:  Elizabeth C. and Gary R. received the Instrumentalists Magazine Musicianship Award; Matthew H. received the Joe Voigtmann Memorial Music Award; Ashtyn R. and Steven C. received the National Choir Award; and Adam M. received the John Philip Sousa Band Award.  Congratulation everyone.


Student Council is selling donuts today at break.



Today’s Activities:

Varsity Soccer at home vs. Auburn at 4:30pm.

Varsity/JV Baseball at home vs. Pawnee at 4:30pm.

Varsity/JV Softball at Calvary vs. Lincolnwood at 4:30pm.


Service Hour Opportunities:  (Read on Tuesdays & Thursdays)

Immanuel Lutheran VBS June 6-10

The MDA Lock Up on June 2nd.

UCP Summer Camps

  • See the bulletin board for contact information on these service opportunities.


Employment Opportunities:

Part Time Job at Talbots - If you are a graduating senior planning to attend college in Springfield, we are hiring part-time support associates.  See the bulletin board for contact information.


DAILY SHIELD

Wednesday, May 4, 2016


Word of the Week is: Ask

Bible Verse: Mark 11:24, “Therefore I tell you, whatever you ask for in prayer, believe you have received it, and it will be yours.”


Lunch:  Antonio’s Pizza, Cash Only

Happy Birthday today to:  

  1. Sophomores who want to run as class officers need to submit petitions to Mrs. Gibler by 3:00pm on Monday, May 9.  You will need 10 student and 2 teacher signatures.

  2. Rock Climbers - Our last climbing date for this year is Tuesday, May 10th.  Rock Gym 101 will be offered.  Sign up ASAP with Mr. Kammerlohr.

  3. The pizza party for the winning Freshman auction basket is tomorrow and only for the people who donated.

  4. If you have re-enrolled for next year, you can now see Mrs. Gilman to sign up for next year’s locker.  

  5. Girls, please check your shoes from prom.  A couple of you have mismatched shoes with one heel being higher than the other.  Please bring the shoe that is not yours to the school office.  Thank you.


Student Council is selling muffins today at break.


Service Hour Opportunities:  (Read on Tuesdays & Thursdays)

Immanuel Lutheran VBS June 6-10

The MDA Lock Up on June 2nd.

UCP Summer Camps

  • See the bulletin board for contact information on these service opportunities.


Employment Opportunities:

Part Time Job at Talbots - If you are a graduating senior planning to attend college in Springfield, we are hiring part-time support associates.  See the bulletin board for contact information.

 

DAILY SHIELD

Tuesday, May 3, 2016


Word of the Week is: Ask

Bible Verse: Luke 11:9, “So I say to you:  Ask and it will be given to you; seek and you will find; knock and the door will be opened to you.”


Lunch:  Option A:  Jumbo Pizza Bagel, Side Salad w/Ranch, Fresh Fruit, and Ice Cream

              Option B:  3-layer PB&J, Fresh Fruit, and Chips

Happy Birthday today to:  Junior Alex B. and Junior Levi L.

  1. The following people will receive Honor Cards:  Ian B. and Skyler D.  Those inquiring as to why they were denied may see Mr. Filter.

  2. Tonight is Senior Awards night beginning at 7pm.

  3. Honors Assembly is tomorrow.  It is an 8:00am start day and we will be on Assembly Schedule.

  4. Celebrate Senior Awards night by going to Texas Roadhouse either before or after the ceremony to support the Trinity’s Girls Basketball team from 3-10pm tonight.

  5. Shopper’s Blessings orders are due to Mrs. Haynes by 11:45am today.

  6. All Cross Country, Soccer, and Track athletes, please stay after the last final on Wednesday, May 25 at 10:30 to help set up tables for our annual LuHi Garage Sale. Your help would be greatly appreciated!

  7. If you have re-enrolled for next year, you can now sign up for lockers for next year.  See Mrs. Gilman to sign up.



Student Council is selling bagels today at break.


Today’s Activities:

Varsity/JV Baseball at home vs. Pawnee at 4:30pm.

Varsity/JV Softball vs. Lincolnwood at Raymond at 4:30.



Service Hour Opportunities:  (Read on Tuesdays & Thursdays)

Immanuel Lutheran VBS June 6-10

The organizers of the MDA Lock Up have once again asked for volunteers for their June 2nd event.

UCP Summer Camps

  • See the bulletin board for contact information on these service opportunities.

 

DAILY SHIELD

Friday, April 29, 2016


Word of the Week is: Pure

Bible Verse: Psalm 12:6, “And the words of the Lord are flawless like silver purified in a crucible, like gold refined seven times.”


Lunch:  Option A:  Hot Dog on Bun, Chili w/Crackers, Side Salad w/Ranch, and Cookie

              Option B:  3-layer PB&J, Fresh Fruit, and Chips

Happy Birthday today to:  Freshman Jacob D.

on Saturday to:  Senior Teran M.

and on Sunday to: Freshman Nick V. and Freshman Tessa W.

  1. 3rd and 4th period Physical Science classes will meet in the Computer Lab today.

  2. Teachers, please dismiss the soccer team at 2:40.

  3. Reminder that there is NO SCHOOL on Monday.  We’ll see you Tuesday...on Chapel schedule.

  4. Petitions for Student Council are due to Mrs. Conner today.

  5. Prom is this Sunday from 8-11pm at the Lake Springfield Beach House with Senior Walk beginning at 7:30.  Today is the last day to pick up your prom tickets.

  6. Today is also the last day to sign up for the after-prom party at Goals. You must bring the parent signed waiver to the office to sign up.


Spanish National Honor Society is selling healthy snacks today at break and there is a special treat today.  First come, first served.


Today’s Activities:

Varsity Girls Soccer at Pleasant Plains vs. Beardstown at 4:00pm.

Varsity Baseball at home vs. Mt. Pulaski at 4:30pm

Saturday’s Activities:

Varsity Baseball at home vs. Meridian at 10:00am

Track in Carlinville at 9:00am

Monday’s Activities:

Varsity/JV Softball at Jacksonville Routt beginning at 4:30pm.

Varsity Soccer at Carlinville beginning at 5:00pm.

Track at Beardstown at 4:00pm.

Varsity Baseball at Edinburg at 4:30pm.


This week’s Academic Spotlight shines on:

Sophomore Levi L. for consistent positive effort in Geometry.

Sophomore Walker D. in Geometry for improved positive effort in attitude and/or academics.

Sophomore C. Patton in Geometry for improved positive effort in attitude and/or academics.

Freshman Brigid T. for excellent class participation, behavior, leadership, consistent positive attitude, and great effort in softball during PE class.


This week’s Athletic Spotlight shines on:

Senior Michael N. in baseball for only giving up 2 runs in 7 innings and pitching a complete game and a win vs Mt Olive!

Sophomore Maggie G. in track for placing 3rd in discus at the Plains meet - throwing a PR of 75'11" and placing 4th in shot put.

Senior Lexi B. in soccer for her leadership, hard work, and outstanding outside midfield play.

 

DAILY SHIELD

Thursday, April 28, 2016


Word of the Week is: Pure

Bible Verse: 1 Peter 1:22, “Now that you have purified yourselves by obeying the truth so that you have sincere love for each other, love one another deeply from the heart.”


Lunch:  Option A:  Philly Steak and Cheese on Sub bun, Broccoli/Cauliflower w/Ranch, Fruit Cup, Chips

              Option B:  Chef Salad, Fresh Fruit, and Chips

Happy Birthday today to:  

  1. Teachers, please dismiss the softball team at 2:30.

  2. Petitions for Student Council are due tomorrow to Mrs. Conner.

  3. Prom is this Sunday from 8-11pm at the Lake Springfield Beach House with Senior Walk beginning at 7:30.  Although Seniors are free, you still need to come to the office and pick up your ticket.  There are still Junior and guest tickets available for $25 each.  

  4. You may still sign up for the after-prom party provided you bring in the parent signed waiver.

  5. Juniors, if you are assigned to bring items for prom, PLEASE remember to bring them in tomorrow.  

  6. And, Congratulations to the Freshman class on winning the Auction basket challenge.


Student Council is selling donuts today at break.


Today’s Activities:

Varsity Girls Soccer at Pleasant Plains vs. Williamsville at 7:00pm.

Varsity Baseball at home vs. Tri-City at 4:30pm

Varsity/JV Softball at Jacksonville beginning at 4:30pm.



Service Hour Opportunities:  (Read on Tuesdays & Thursdays)

  • See the bulletin board for service opportunities and contact information.

 

DAILY SHIELD

Wednesday, April 27, 2016


Word of the Week is: Pure

Bible Verse: Proverbs 15:26, “The Lord detests the thoughts of the wicked, but gracious words are pure in his sight.”


Lunch:  Antonio’s Pizza, Cash Only

Happy Birthday today to:  Junior Jaylynn S.

  1. Please join us after school today as Jeremiah S. signs his National Letter of Intent to play soccer at MacMurray.

  2. Honor Card applications are due to Mr. Filter’s box by 3:00pm today.

  3. The Sophomore prom meeting is tomorrow.

  4. If you want to be a Student Council member next year, you need 10 student and 1 teacher signature for representative; and 15 student and 2 teacher signatures for officer.  Turn in petitions by this Friday to Mrs. Conner.

  5. Juniors and Seniors:  Get your prom tickets from the school office.  Seniors, although your Prom ticket is complimentary, you still need to pick it up from the school office.   Time is running out to sign up for the after-prom party.  Bring in your parent-signed waiver to sign up.

  6. There is a Senior combined graduation party meeting tonight at 7:00pm in the cafeteria.


Student Council is selling muffins today at break.


Today’s Activities:

Varsity Girls Softball vs. Pawnee @ Calvary beginning at 4:00pm.


Service Hour Opportunities:  (Read on Tuesdays & Thursdays)

  • See the bulletin board for service opportunities and contact information.

 

DAILY SHIELD

Tuesday, April 26, 2016


Word of the Week is: Pure

Bible Verse: Titus 1:15, “to the pure, all things are pure, but to those who are corrupted and do not believe, nothing is pure.”


Lunch:  Option A: Chicken Tenders w/Ranch Dip, Mashed Potatoes w/Gravy, Fruit Cup, and Dinner Roll

              Option B:  3-layer PB&J, Fresh Fruit, and Chips   

Happy Birthday today to:  Sophomores Rachal R. and Brianna S.

  1. Teachers, please dismiss the softball team at 2:30 and the soccer team at 2:45.

  2. The baseball team will leave AT 3:05.  Please get to the bus promptly after school.

  3. Thank you to all of the students who helped with the auction!  You played important roles in loading the truck, donating items, and working the event.

  4. Please join us tomorrow, Wednesday, April 27th at 3:15pm, as Jeremiah S. signs his National Letter of Intent to play soccer at MacMurray.

  5. Honor Card applications are due to Mr. Filter’s box by 3:00pm on Wednesday.

  6. There is Rock climbing today after school for those signed up.

  7. If you want to be a Student Council member next year, you need 10 student and 1 teacher signature for representative.  For an officer position, you need 15 student and 2 teacher signatures.  Turn in petitions by this Friday to Mrs. Conner.

  8. Juniors and Seniors:  Get your prom tickets from the school office.  To sign up for the after-prom party, bring in your parent-signed waiver.

  9. There is a Senior combined graduation party meeting tomorrow, April 27th at 7:00pm in the cafeteria.


Student Council is selling bagels today at break.


Baseball Update:

The Lutheran Crusaders traveled to Mt. Olive on Monday.  Senior Michael N. got the start for the Crusaders.  In the top of the first inning, the Crusaders put up 2 runs.  After the top of the first inning, it became a pitchers duel.  Michael came out throwing strikes and shut down the Mt. Olive offense.



Today’s Activities:

Varsity girls soccer continues tournament play tonight at Pleasant Plains at 4:00pm.

Varsity boys baseball at Tri-City beginning at 4:30.

Varsity girls softball doubleheader vs. Illini Central at Calvary beginning at 4:15pm.



Service Hour Opportunities:  (Read on Tuesdays & Thursdays)

  • See the bulletin board for service opportunities and contact information.

 

DAILY SHIELD

Monday, April 25, 2016


Word of the Week is: Pure

Bible Verse: Matthew 5:8, “Blessed are the pure in heart, for they will see God.”


Lunch: Option A:Nachos w/Meat, cheese, sour cream, shredded lettuce & tomatoes, Mexican Rice,Ice Cream

              Option B:  Chicken Wrap, Fresh Fruit, and Chips   

Happy Birthday today to:

  1. Teachers, please dismiss the boys baseball team at 2:00pm today.

  2. Thank you to all of the students who helped with the auction!  You played important roles in loading the truck, donating items and working the event.

  3. Shopper’s Blessings are due by 11:45am.

  4. If you want to be a Student Council member next year, it’s time to collect signatures.  To become a representative, you must obtain 10 student signatures and 1 teacher signature.  For an officer position, you must obtain 15 student signatures and 2 teacher signatures.  Please turn in your petitions by Friday, April 29th to Mrs. Conner.

  5. Juniors and Seniors:  Get your tickets to the 2016 Prom “Midnight in Paris” from the school office soon, and bring in your parent-signed waiver to sign up for the after-prom party.

  6. Rock climbers:  Our next climbing date is tomorrow.  Sign up with Mr. Kammerlohr if interested.

  7. The Trinity Lutheran School Girls Basketball team is hosting a Texas Roadhouse Night on Tuesday, May 3rd from 3-10pm.  Since this is LuHi Senior Award Night, the hours accommodate eating either before or after the ceremony!


The Spanish National Honor Society is selling healthy snacks at break.


Track Update:

The track team competed at the Rochester Invitational on Saturday, April 23. Several athletes received ribbons for placing in the top 8 of their respective events. A highlight of the meet was a 1st place finish and a school record for the Girl's 4 x 800 relay team - sisters Maddy & Jackie E., Brigid & Bernadette T. ran a record 9:51.99!  Congratulations!


Today’s Activities:

Varsity Girls soccer kicks off the Pleasant Plains Tournament tonight vs. Athens at 7:00pm

Varsity Boys baseball at Mt. Olive beginning at 4:30.

Track at Pleasant Plains beginning at 4:30.

Varsity girls softball doubleheader at Calvary beginning at 3:30pm.



Service Hour Opportunities:  (Read on Tuesdays & Thursdays)

  • See the bulletin board for service opportunities and contact information.

 

DAILY SHIELD

Friday, April 22, 2016


Word of the Week is: Heal

Bible Verse: Jeremiah 17:14, “Heal me, Lord, and I will be healed: save me and I will be saved, for you are the one I praise.”


Lunch:  Option A:  BBQ Pork Rib on Bun, Potato Wedges, Fresh Fruit, and Cookie

              Option B:  3-layer PB&J, Fresh Fruit, and Chips   

Happy Birthday on Saturday to:  Senior Brandon H.

  1. If you want to be a Student Council member next year, it’s time to start collecting signatures.  To become a representative, you must obtain 10 student signatures and 1 teacher signature.  For an officer position, you must obtain 15 student signatures and 2 teacher signatures.  Please turn in your petitions by next Friday, April 29th to Mrs. Conner.

  2. Juniors and Seniors:  Time is running out!  Get your tickets to the 2016 Prom “A Midnight in Paris” from the school office soon, and bring in your parent-signed waiver to sign up for the after-prom party.

  3. Rock climbers:  Our next climbing date is Tuesday, April 26th.  Sign up with Mr. Kammerlohr if interested.


The Spanish National Honor Society is selling healthy snacks at break.


Activities on Saturday:

Varsity Soccer at home vs North Mac at 10:00am

Track at Rochester beginning at 9:00am

Varsity Baseball at Edinburg at 10:00am


This week’s Academic Spotlight shines on:

Seniors Matt H. and Gary R. in Religion for their excellent work on the Exodus unit.

Junior Sydney S. for excellent academic performance on a single project, assignment, or test and consistent positive effort in class or on homework in US History.

Sophomore Amelia S. in English 10 for excellent class participation, behavior, leadership and consistent positive attitude and effort in class and in Geometry for excellent academic performance on a single project, assignment or test.

Sophomore Skyla W. in English 10 for for excellent class participation, behavior, leadership and consistent positive attitude and effort in class and in Geometry for consistent positive effort in class.

Freshman Lauren L. for consistent positive attitude and effort in class in Algebra and Honors English.


This week’s Athletic Spotlight shines on:

Freshman Cara A. in soccer for her outstanding play at midfield, scoring goals and playing midfield, fullback, and goalkeeper.

Senior Michael N. in baseball for going 2 and 4 with a triple and RBI in the win against Edinburg.

Senior James B. in track for his leadership and great efforts in shot put and discus. He set a PR in discus at conference throwing 104'4".

Girls track for their MSM conference championship!



Service Hour Opportunities:  (Read on Tuesdays & Thursdays)

  • See the bulletin board for service opportunities and contact information.

 

DAILY SHIELD

Thursday, April 21, 2016


Word of the Week is: Heal

Bible Verse: Luke 10:9, “Heal the sick who are there and tell them, ‘The kingdom of God has come near to you.’”


Lunch:  Option A:  Bosco Sticks w/Marinara Sauce, Carrot/Celery Sticks w/Ranch, Fresh Fruit, and Chips.

              Option B:  Chef Salad, Fresh Fruit, and Chips   

Happy Birthday today to:  Sophomore Ian B. & Senior Hunter D.

  1. Teachers, please dismiss the baseball team at 2:50.  The bus leaves at 2:55.

  2. Student Council election time is here!  If you want to be a Student Council member next year, it’s time to start collecting signatures.  To become a representative, you must obtain 10 student signatures and 1 teacher signature.  For an officer position, you must obtain 15 student signatures and 2 teacher signatures.  Please turn in your petitions by next Friday, April 29th to Mrs. Conner.

  3. Tickets for guests and Juniors to May 1st’s Prom are on sale in the school office for $25 each; Senior tickets are complimentary.  Payment is expected at the time of purchase.

  4. Sign up for the after-prom party at GOALS is in the school office.  Sign up must be accompanied by the parent-signed waiver.  

  5. Remember Texas Roadhouse Night is Thursday, April 21st from 3-10pm to support the LuHi Track & Field Team.  


Student Council is selling donuts at break today for just $1.


Soccer Update:

Last night, the Lady Crusaders defeated Lanphier 6-0. Junior Kaitlyn W. earned another shutout in goal! The girls play again this Saturday at 10 am against North Mac.


Today’s Activities:

Varsity baseball at Edinburg beginning at 4:30.

Varsity/JV softball vs. Pawnee at Calvary beginning at 4:30.



Service Hour Opportunities:  (Read on Tuesdays & Thursdays)

  • See the bulletin board for service opportunities and contact information.

 

DAILY SHIELD

Wednesday, April 20, 2016


Word of the Week is: Heal

Bible Verse: Psalm 41:4, “I said, “Have mercy on me, Lord; heal me, for I have sinned against you.”


Lunch:  Antonio’s Pizza, Cash Only   

Happy Birthday today to:  Junior Addison W.

  1. Please welcome Rosa C. shadowing today with Carson M.

  2. There is NO track practice today after school.

  3. Tickets for guests and Juniors to May 1st’s Prom are on sale in the school office for $25 each; Senior tickets are complimentary.  Payment is expected at the time of purchase.

  4. Juniors and Seniors: sign up for the after-prom party at GOALS is in the school office.  Sign up must be accompanied by the parent-signed waiver.  

  5. Texas Roadhouse Night is Thursday, April 21st from 3-10pm in support of the LuHi Track & Field Team.  Coupon required.  And don’t forget your Shopper’s Blessings cards for a double benefit!!


Student Council is selling muffins at break today for just $1.


Baseball Update:

Last night, LuHi hosted Edinburg for a conference game.  The Crusaders struck first, putting two on the board in the second inning.  Junior Robby M. was lights out on the mound for the Crusaders, not giving up a hit till the 6th inning.  Junior Ben D. added to the total by knocking a solo home run out to right field.  Edinburg scored 4 runs in the 7th inning, but couldn’t catch up.  Lutheran beat the Wildcats 7 to 5.


Track Update:

The Boy's and Girl's Track Team made a great showing at the MSM Conference Meet held at Pawnee. Several individuals and relay teams won events and many others placed in the top 5.  As a team, the Boys placed 3rd overall.  The Girl's team is this year's MSM Conference Track & Field Champions - winning the meet with 117 points as everyone who competed contributed to the win!  Congratulations!


Today’s Activities:

Varsity soccer vs. Lanphier High School at Lee Field beginning at 5:00pm.  Come support your Lady Crusader Soccer team!!



Service Hour Opportunities:  (Read on Tuesdays & Thursdays)

  • The YMCA Healthy Kids Day Triathlon on April 30th.  

  • Immanuel Lutheran church Vacation Bible School -  June 6-10.

  • The American Cancer Society’s Bark for Life this Saturday.

  • See the bulletin board for contact information.

 

DAILY SHIELD

Tuesday, April 19, 2016


Word of the Week is: Heal

Bible Verse: Matthew 10:1, “Jesus called his twelve disciples to him and gave them authority to drive out impure spirits and to heal every disease and sickness.”


Lunch:  Option A:  Baked Chicken, Mashed Potatoes w/Gravy, Fruit Cup and Dinner Roll

              Option B:  3-layer PB&J, Fresh Fruit, and Chips

Happy Birthday today to: Senior Adam R.

  1. Teachers, please excuse the softball students at 2:20pm.

  2. Come and support Senior Gary R. as he signs his letter of intent to Highland Community College today after school.  Gary will continue bowling during his college career.

  3. Applications for next year’s Spiritual Life Committee are due to Mr. Kammerlohr by noon today.

  4. The following students will receive Honor Cards:  Amelia S., Merci B., Jake M., and Ethan R..  Those inquiring as to why they were denied may see Mr. Filter.

  5. Tickets for guests and Juniors to May 1st’s Prom are on sale in the school office for $25 each; Senior tickets are complimentary.  Payment is expected at the time of purchase.

  6. Juniors and Seniors: sign up for the after-prom party at GOALS is in the school office.  Sign up must be accompanied by the parent-signed waiver.  

  7. Texas Roadhouse Night is Thursday, April 21st from 3-10pm in support of the LuHi Track & Field Team.  Coupon required.  And don’t forget your Shopper’s Blessings cards for a double benefit!!


Student Council is selling bagels at break today for just $1.


Today’s Activities:

Varsity Baseball at home beginning at 4:30.

Track at Pawnee beginning at 4:30.

Varsity/JV Softball at Pawnee beginning at 4:30.


Service Hour Opportunities:  (Read on Tuesdays & Thursdays)

  • The YMCA Healthy Kids Day Triathlon on April 30th.  

  • Immanuel Lutheran church Vacation Bible School -  June 6-10.

  • The American Cancer Society’s Bark for Life this Saturday.

  • See the bulletin board for contact information.

Community Event:

The Fleming Academy of Performing Arts is accepting enrollment for Violin, Viola, Cello, Bass, Piano, and Recorder Camps and also their Summer Semester.  See the flyer on the bulletin board or pick one up in the office.

 

DAILY SHIELD

Monday, April 18, 2016


Word of the Week is: Heal

Bible Verse: Job 5:18, “For he wounds, but he also binds up; he injures, but his hands also heal.”


Lunch:  Option A:  3 Soft Shell Tacos, Lettuce, Tomato and Cheese cup, Fruit cup, and Ice Cream

              Option B:  Chicken Wrap, Fresh Fruit, and Chips

Happy Birthday today to:

  1. The NLSA team is visiting Monday through Wednesday this week.  Team members may stop you to ask questions about the school or your experience at LuHi or maybe even ask directions. Please make them feel welcome.

  2. A big congratulations to the band and choir for their performance on Saturday in the IHSA organizational contest at Taylorville. Although both groups got a division 2 rating, which is considered an excellent rating, they both performed admirably and received many nice compliments. The choir was 1.5 points from an overall division one. And with their results, our music department finished the year #17 out of 75 schools in class D in sweepstake points. Great job again to everyone for representing LuHi so well.

  3. Come and support Senior Gary R. as he signs his letter of intent to Highland Community College on Tuesday after school.  Gary will continue bowling during his college career.

  4. Shopper’s Blessings orders are due to Mrs. Haynes by 11:45am today.

  5. Applications for next year’s Spiritual Life Committee are due by noon tomorrow and may be picked up from Mr. Kammerlohr.

  6. Prom tickets for guests and Juniors are on sale in the school office for $25 each, Senior tickets are complimentary.  Payment is expected at the time of purchase.

  7. Juniors and Seniors: Junior parents are organizing an after-prom party at GOALS from 11:30pm-5am.  An email was sent home with details and a waiver form for a parent/guardian to complete.  The sign-up sheet is in the school office, but in order to sign up, you must bring in the completed waiver form.

  8. Texas Roadhouse Night is Thursday, April 21st from 3-10pm in support of the LuHi Track & Field Team.  Coupon required.  And don’t forget your Shopper’s Blessings cards for a double benefit!!


Spanish National Honor Society is selling healthy snacks at break today.


Service Hour Opportunities:  (Read on Tuesdays & Thursdays)

  • The YMCA needs student volunteers for their Healthy Kids Day Triathlon on April 30th.  There are plenty of volunteer opportunities throughout the day.

  • Immanuel Lutheran church Vacation Bible School -  June 6-10.

  • The American Cancer Society’s Bark for Life - Saturday, April 23rd.

  • See the bulletin board for contact information.

Community Event:

The Fleming Academy of Performing Arts is accepting enrollment for Violin, Viola, Cello, Bass, Piano, and Recorder Camps and also their Summer Semester.  See the flyer on the bulletin board or pick one up in the office.


 

DAILY SHIELD

Friday, April 15, 2016


Word of the Week is: Worthy

Bible Verse: Hebrews 3:3, “For Jesus has been counted worthy of more glory than Moses - as much more glory as the builder of a house has more honor than the house itself.”


Lunch:  Option A:  Chicken Sandwich, Potato Wedges, Broccoli & Cauliflower Florets, and Chips

              Option B:  3-layer PB&J, Fresh Fruit, and Chips

Happy Birthday today to: Freshman Savannah S.

  1. Please welcome Garrett F shadowing this afternoon with Jakob S.

  2. Juniors: the Sangamon CEO online application deadline is today.

  3. Seniors: the graduation party commitment letters are due to the office today.

  4. Applications for next year’s Spiritual Life Committee are due by noon on Tuesday and may be picked up from Mr. Kammerlohr.

  5. This is your last chance to sign up for the Student Council Chicago trip!  Busses will leave the school’s gravel lot at 6:30am on Sunday and return at 10:00pm.  The cost is $35.00.

  6. Prom tickets for guests and Juniors are on sale in the school office for $25 each, Seniors are complimentary.  Payment is expected at the time of purchase.

  7. Auction reservations must be turned into Mrs. Gilman by 8:00am on Monday.

  8. Juniors and Seniors: Junior parents are organizing an after-prom party at GOALS from 11:30pm-5am.  An email was sent home yesterday with details and a waiver form for a parent/guardian to complete.  The sign-up sheet is in the school office, but in order to sign up, you must bring in the completed waiver form.

  9. Remember to dine at Texas Roadhouse next Thursday, April 21st from 3-10pm in support of the LuHi Track & Field Team.  Coupon required.  And don’t forget your Shopper’s Blessings cards for a double benefit!!


Spanish National Honor Society is selling healthy snacks at break today.


Track Update:

The Crusader Track Team has had a busy week with 3 track meets in 4 days, competing last night at the Porta Invitational.  On the girl’s side, the 4x8 and 4x4 relay teams took 1st place as well as junior Jackie E in the 800 and freshman Brigid T in the 400 meter.  On the boys side, freshman Jay M placed 3rd in the 300 hurdles and the boys 4x200 relay team placed 4th.  Congratulations to all that competed and placed in other events as well.


Today’s Activities:

Varsity and JV Softball vs. Lanphier High School at Lincoln Park beginning at 4:30pm.


Saturday’s Activities:

Varsity Baseball Doubleheader at Delevan beginning at 10:00am.


This week’s Academic Spotlight shines on:

Senior Jeremiah S in Contemporary World History for outstanding research on the Cold War topic.

Junior Joshua L for excellent class participation, behavior, leadership, and academic performance on a single project, assignment or test, and consistent positive attitude in Publications.

Freshman Jake M in Geometry and Health and Honors English  for excellent class participation, behavior, leadership and consistent positive attitude and positive effort in class or on homework.

Freshman Hank H for excellent academic performance on a single project, assignment or test and consistent positive effort in class or on homework.


This week’s Activity Spotlight shines on:

The cast and crew of “Once Upon A Mattress” for their outstanding performances.


This week’s Athletic Spotlight shines on:

Juniors Kaitlyn W and Tori H in soccer for great defense and helping secure shutouts in games vs. Beardstown and LSA.

Freshman Garrett D in Track & Field for placing 1st in the discus at the New Berlin Invitational with a throw of 109 feet.

Junior Robby M in baseball for a complete shutout and an RBI single in the win vs New Berlin.  


Service Hour Opportunities:  (Read on Tuesdays & Thursdays)

  • The YMCA needs student volunteers for their Healthy Kids Day Triathlon on April 30th.  There are plenty of volunteer opportunities throughout the day.

  • Immanuel Lutheran church Vacation Bible School -  June 6-10.

  • The American Cancer Society’s Bark for Life - Saturday, April 23rd.

  • See the bulletin board for contact information.

Community Event:

The Fleming Academy of Performing Arts is accepting enrollment for Violin, Viola, Cello, Bass, Piano, and Recorder Camps and also their Summer Semester.  See the flyer on the bulletin board or pick one up in the office.


DAILY SHIELD

Thursday, April 14, 2016


Word of the Week is: Worthy

Bible Verse: Ephesians 4:1, “I therefore, a prisoner for the Lord, urge you to walk in a manner worthy of the calling to which you were called.”


Lunch:  Option A:  Baked Potato w/chili, crackers, bacon bits & sour cream, Side Salad w/Ranch, Dinner Roll

              Option B:  Chef Salad, Fresh Fruit, Chips

Happy Birthday today to:

  1. Teachers, please dismiss the track team at 2:45.

  2. We will be on chapel schedule tomorrow.

  3. Juniors: the Sangamon CEO online application is due tomorrow.

  4. Seniors: graduation party commitment letters are due to the school office tomorrow.

  5. Sign up in the office for Sunday’s Student Council Chicago trip!  Busses will leave the school’s gravel lot at 6:30am and return at 10:00pm.  The cost is $35.00 and payment is expected at sign up.

  6. Prom is Sunday, May 1st at the Lake Springfield Beach House.  Senior tickets are complimentary; guest and Junior tickets are $25 each.  Tickets are sold in the school office and payment is expected at the time of purchase.

  7. Auction items are due to the Association Office by noon today.

  8. Turn in your Auction reservations to Mrs. Gilman by 8:00am on Monday.


Student Council is selling donuts at break today for $1.


Soccer Update:

Last night, the girls soccer team lost 3-2 in a tough game against Bloomington Central Catholic. Senior Kiersten A. and Junior Katie E. were the two goal scorers.


Baseball Update:

Last night, Lutheran High played at New Berlin.  Junior Robbie M. got the start for the Crusaders.  In the early innings, it was a pitcher’s duel.  By the 3rd inning, the offense started coming around.  Junior Dillon B. hit a double and Sophomore Colin G. laid down a great sacrifice bunt to move the runner to third.  Robbie pitched a complete game shutout en route to the Crusader’s victory.  This was a great win and a total team effort.  


Today’s Activities:

Varsity Track at PORTA beginning at 4:00pm.


Service Hour Opportunities:  (Read on Tuesdays & Thursdays)

  • The YMCA needs student volunteers for their Healthy Kids Day Triathlon on April 30th.  There are plenty of volunteer opportunities throughout the day.

  • Immanuel Lutheran church Vacation Bible School -  June 6-10.

  • The American Cancer Society’s Bark for Life - Saturday, April 23rd.

  • See the bulletin board for contact information.

Community Event:

The Fleming Academy of Performing Arts is accepting enrollment for Violin, Viola, Cello, Bass, Piano, and Recorder Camps and also their Summer Semester.  See the flyer on the bulletin board or pick one up in the office.

 

DAILY SHIELD

Wednesday, April 13, 2016


Word of the Week is: Worthy

Bible Verse: Acts 5:41, “Then they left the presence of the council, rejoicing that they were counted worthy to suffer dishonor for the name.”


Lunch:  Antonio’s Pizza, Cash Only

Happy Birthday today to: Junior Tori H.

  1. Please welcome J.T. W. shadowing today with Hank H. and Brett D. shadowing with Chris M..

  2. Honor Card applications are due to Mr. Filter’s box by 3:00pm today.

  3. Today at 3:15 in the gym lobby, come see Senior Steven C. sign his National Letter of Intent for the University of Illinois Springfield and Senior John A. sign his National Letter of Intent to Millikin.  

  4. We will be on chapel schedule this Friday.

  5. Juniors: the Sangamon CEO online application is due by this Friday.

  6. Seniors, be sure to turn in your graduation party commitment letters to the school office by Friday.

  7. Applications for next year’s Spiritual Life Committee may be picked up from Mr. Kammerlohr.  Completed applications are due by noon on Tuesday, April 19.

  8. Sign up now for the Student Council Chicago trip!  Busses will leave the school’s gravel lot this Sunday, at 6:30am and return to school at 10:00pm.  The cost is $35.00 and payment is expected at sign up.

  9. Prom is Sunday, May 1st at the Lake Springfield Beach House.  Senior tickets are complimentary; guest and Junior tickets are $25 each.  Tickets are sold in the school office and payment is expected at the time of purchase.

  10. Auction items are due to the Association Office by noon tomorrow.

  11. Auction tickets are going fast!  Turn in your reservations to Mrs. Gilman no later than 8:00am on Monday, April 18.

  12. Items for class auction baskets must be turned in today.  

  13. Your Crusaders Track & Field team is hosting a Texas Roadhouse Night on April 21st from 3-10 pm. Present a coupon and 10% of your food purchase will go to the track team. You can even carry out! Use your Shopper’s Blessings cards for an extra LuHi fundraiser bonus! Hope to see you there!


Student Council is selling muffins at break today for $1.


Track Update:

Yesterday, the Crusader Track Team competed in a meet versus Pawnee and Mt. Olive at Pawnee.  The Crusaders mixed it up with athletes competing in a wide variety of events and both girls and boys posted some winning times.  Great job Crusaders!



Today’s Activities:

Varsity Girls Soccer at home vs. Bloomington Central Catholic H.S. beginning at 5:00pm.

Varsity Boys Baseball at New Berlin beginning at 4:15pm.


Service Hour Opportunities:  (Read on Tuesdays & Thursdays)

  • The YMCA needs student volunteers for their Healthy Kids Day Triathlon on April 30th.  There are plenty of volunteer opportunities throughout the day.

  • Immanuel Lutheran church Vacation Bible School -  June 6-10.

  • The American Cancer Society’s Bark for Life - Saturday, April 23rd.

  • See the bulletin board for contact information.

Community Event:

The Ronald McDonald House 5K Glow Run/Walk is Friday, May 6th at 7pm at Southwind Park. Register before this Friday if interested.

 

DAILY SHIELD

Tuesday, April 12, 2016


Word of the Week is: Worthy

Bible Verse: 2 Samuel 22:4, “I call upon the Lord, who is worthy to be praised, and I am saved from my enemies.”


Lunch:  Option A:  3 spicy Chicken Strips w/Ranch, Side Salad w/Ranch, Chilled Peaches, Dinner Roll

              Option B:  3-layer PB&J, Fresh Fruit, and Chips

Happy Birthday today to:

  1. Teachers, please excuse the softball team at 2:40pm.

  2. Girls interested in playing volleyball in Fall 2016, please meet Mrs. McCulley at break today in the BIO room to sign up.

  3. All current members of the National Honor Society will meet tomorrow morning at 8:30 in Mrs. Quigg’s room.  All current members must attend.

  4. Juniors: Applications for next year’s Religion Class, “Advanced Issues of Christian Faith,” are due TODAY.  Also, reminder that the Sangamon CEO online application is due by this Friday.

  5. Honor Card applications are due to Mr. Filter’s box by 3:00pm on Wednesday.

  6. We will be on chapel schedule this Friday.

  7. Come see Senior Steven C. sign his National Letter of Intent for the University of Illinois Springfield on Wednesday after school at 3:15.  He will continue his college career playing soccer for the Prairie Stars.

  8. The Student Council Chicago trip is this Sunday.  Busses will leave the school’s gravel lot at 6:30am and return to school at 10:00pm.  The cost is $35.00 and payment is expected at sign up.

  9. Prom is Sunday, May 1st at the Lake Springfield Beach House.  Senior tickets are complimentary; guest and Junior tickets are $25 each.  Tickets are sold in the school office and payment is expected at the time of purchase.

  10. Auction items are due to the Association Office by Thursday at noon.

  11. There are only 34 Auction tickets left, so please turn in your reservations to Mrs. Gilman ASAP, but no later than 8:00am on Monday, April 18.

  12. Items for class auction baskets must be turned in by tomorrow.  The class basket that raises the most money at the auction, above retail value, will be awarded a pizza party for the participating students.

  13. Come out to Texas Roadhouse at White Oaks Mall to support your Crusaders Track & Field team on April 21st, between 3-10 pm. Present a coupon and 10% of your food purchase will go to the track team. You can even carry out! Use your Shopper’s Blessings cards for an extra LuHi fundraiser bonus! Coupons are available in the school office or on the April Ledger.  Hope to see you there!

  14. Seniors, be sure to turn in your graduation party commitment letters to the school office by Friday.


Student Council is selling bagels at break today for $1.


Track Update:

The Boys and Girls Track teams had a great showing at the New Berlin Invitational Track Meet on Monday.  Several athletes had personal bests in their events and the following got 1st place:  Freshman Garrett D. in the discus, Freshman Brigid T. in the 800m, Freshman Bernadette T. in the 1600m, and the girls 4x800 and 4x400 relays.


Today’s Activities:

Varsity Girls Soccer at home vs. Decatur Lutheran beginning at 4:30pm.

Track at Pawnee beginning at 4:15pm.

Varsity Softball at Riverton beginning at 4:30pm.



Service Hour Opportunities:  (Read on Tuesdays & Thursdays)

  • The YMCA needs student volunteers for their Healthy Kids Day Triathlon on April 30th.  There are plenty of volunteer opportunities throughout the day.

  • Immanuel Lutheran church Vacation Bible School -  June 6-10.

  • The American Cancer Society’s Bark for Life - Saturday, April 23rd.

  • See the bulletin board for contact information.

Community Event:

The Ronald McDonald House 5K Glow Run/Walk is Friday, May 6th at 7pm at Southwind Park. Register before this Friday if interested.

 

DAILY SHIELD

Monday, April 11, 2016


Word of the Week is: Worthy

Bible Verse: Matthew 10:38, “Whoever does not take his cross and follow me is not worthy of me.”


Lunch:  Option A:  Nachos w/Meat and Cheese, lettuce, tomatoes and sour cream, Mexican Rice & Ice Cream

              Option B:  Chicken Wrap, Fresh Fruit, and Chips

Happy Birthday today to:  Freshman Christopher M.

  1. Teachers, please dismiss the track team at 1:50 and the soccer team at 2:40.

  2. A very big congratulations to the cast and crew of "Once Upon a Mattress" for their outstanding performances over the weekend.  Lora and Mr. Schorfheide are very proud of each one of you.  Your hard work, time, and efforts paid off as you performed for over 320 people Friday and Saturday nights.  Thanks again.  Please turn in all scripts by Thursday with all pencil marks erased.  Also, all personal items will need to be claimed by today.

  3. All current members of the National Honor Society will meet this Wednesday, April 13th at 8:30am in Mrs. Quigg’s room.  All current members must attend.

  4. Juniors: Applications for next year’s Religion Class, “Advanced Issues of Christian Faith,” are available from Mr. Kammerlohr and due by Tuesday, April 12th.  ALSO, reminder that the Sangamon CEO online application is due by Friday, April 15th.

  5. The Student Council Chicago trip is this Sunday, April 17th!  We will leave the school at 6:30am, tour Chicago, have dinner at Dicks Last Resort, and return to school at 10:00pm.  Sign up in the office.   The cost is $35.00 and payment is expected at sign up.

  6. Prom 2016, Midnight in Paris, is Sunday, May 1st at the Lake Springfield Beach House.  Seniors may pick up their complimentary tickets in the office, vote for the court, and complete the senior walk information.  Guest and Junior tickets are $25.  Tickets are sold in the school office and payment is expected at the time of purchase.  The Senior walk begins at 7:30 p.m. with dancing from 8-11 p.m.

  7. Shopper’s Blessings are due to Mrs. Haynes by 11:45 today.

  8. Auction items are due by noon on Thursday, April 14th.  Please bring them to the Association Office.

  9. Please turn in your reservations for the LuHi Auction to Mrs. Gilman by 8:00am on Monday, April 18.

  10. Mrs. Koopman is looking for reliable students to assist at the auction as runners from 7:30 until about 10 pm.  There is a dress code for this event and service hours can be earned.  See Mrs. Koopman if you are interested.

  11. Each class is collecting items for its auction basket.  The class basket that raises the most money at the auction, above retail value, will be awarded a pizza party provided by Mr. Schorfheide for participating students.


Track Update:

Five of our girl's Track Team members competed at the Thomas McBride Invitational Track Meet at Southeast High School this past Saturday.  Senior Kiersten A. and Sophomore Maggie G. competed in the shot put and discus, Junior Jackie E. in the 400m, Freshman Brigid T. in the 800m, and Freshman Bernadette T. in the 3200m.  Brigid placed 4th and Bernadette placed 5th.  Congratulations for a great showing on a cold day!


Today’s Activities:

Varsity Girls Soccer at Piasa beginning at 5:00pm.

Track at New Berlin beginning at 3:00pm.


Service Hour Opportunities:  (Read on Tuesdays & Thursdays)

  • Immanuel Lutheran church is looking for volunteers to help with Vacation Bible School on June 6-10.

  • The American Cancer Society’s Bark for Life needs volunteers on Saturday, April 23rd.

Community Event:

Reminder that there is a Ronald McDonald House 5K Glow Run/Walk on Friday, May 6th at 7pm at Southwind Park. If interested, register online at www.rmhc-centralillinois.org before April 15th.

 

DAILY SHIELD

Thursday, April 7, 2016


Word of the Week is: Testimony

Bible Verse: 1 Timothy 1:8, “So don’t be afraid to testify about our Lord.”


Lunch:  Option A:  Chicken Patty on Bun, Side Salad w/Ranch, Peach Cup, and Cookie

              Option B:  Chef Salad, Fresh Fruit, and Chips

Happy Birthday today to:  Juniors Mariel M. and Riley O.

And tomorrow to:  Sophomore Lynsie B.


  1. Senior Leadership Group will meet in Ezra at break today.

  2. Teachers, please dismiss the baseball boys at 2:15 and the soccer girls at 2:50.

  3. There is NO SCHOOL tomorrow due to 6th Grade Day.

  4. There is a Senior parent/student meeting tonight at 7pm to discuss and make decisions on the combined graduation party.

  5. Mrs. Koopman is looking for reliable students to assist at the auction as runners.  We will keep you hopping from 7:30 until about 10 pm.  There is a dress code for this event and service hours can be earned.  See Mrs. Koopman if you are interested.

  6. Each class is collecting items for its auction basket.  The class basket that raises the most money at the auction, over the retail value of the items, will be rewarded with a pizza party provided by Mr. Schorfheide.  Only those students who participate by bringing in items or cash donations for their basket will be included.

  7. Tickets are on sale now in the school office for Friday and Saturday night’s performances of “Once Upon A Mattress.”  

  8. Interested in touring the European capitals of Berlin, Prague, Vienna, and Budapest?  Join us for an organizational meeting on Sunday afternoon at 2:00pm.  We will meet in the gym lobby.

  9. The annual Student  Council Chicago trip is coming up on April 17th!  Cost for the trip is $35.00.  We will leave the school at 6:30am, tour Chicago, have dinner at Dicks Last Resort, and return to school at 10:00pm.  Sign up in the office (payment expected at sign up) for a fun day of deep dish pizza, great shopping, museums, and the bean!

  10. Follow the Eiffel Tower to strut your style at Prom 2016:  Midnight in Paris.  Seniors may now pick up their complimentary tickets in the office, vote for the court, and complete the senior walk information.  Guest and Junior tickets are $25.  Tickets are sold in the school office and payment is expected at the time of purchase.  Prom is Sunday, May 1st at the Lake Springfield Beach House with Senior walk beginning at 7:30 p.m.  Dancing begins at 8 and ends at 11 p.m.


Student Council is selling donuts today at break.


Today’s Activities:

Varsity Girls Soccer at Athens beginning at 4:30pm.

Varsity Boys Baseball at Mt. Olive at 4:30.

Varsity Girls Softball at Calvary vs. Morrisonville beginning at 4:30pm.


Activities on Saturday:

Varsity Girls Soccer at home vs. Beardstown beginning at 1:30pm.

Girls Track at Southeast High School’s Spartan Girls Invitational beginning at 9:00am.

Varsity Boys Baseball doubleheader at Hartsburg-Emden at 11:00am.

Varsity Girls Softball at home vs. Ridgeview beginning at 10:00am.



This week’s Academic Spotlight shines on:

Senior Ana M. in Publications for excellent class participation, behavior, leadership and consistent positive attitude.

Senior Bella S. for excellent class participation, behavior, leadership and academic performance on a single project, assignment, or test, and consistent positive attitude in Publications.

Junior Seton T. for excellent class participation, behavior, leadership, and academic performance on a single project, assignment or test, as well as consistent positive attitude and effort in class or on homework in World Lit.

Freshman Bailey W. in P.E. for excellent class participation, behavior, leadership and great improvement in the practice of yoga.


This week’s Activity Spotlight shines on:

Student Council officers, Seniors Logan A., James B. and Bella S., Junior Addison W., and Sophomore Gabby C. for giving up a day of their break to clean out and organize the student council storage and move it to its new home in the garage (thanks to Mr. K!).


The Athletic Spotlight shines on:

Soccer athlete for the week of March 21st  through the 24th is Junior Katie E. for her 3 goals and 1 assist, and for the week of March 28th through the 31st is Junior Elisabeth B. for her 1 goal and 1 assist  in a 2 to 1 victory vs Warrensburg-Latham.

This week’s athletes are:

Senior Kiersten A. in soccer for a hat trick and 1 assist in a 6-0 victory vs Macomb High School.

Senior Michael N. in baseball for going 2 and 4, hitting a double, a triple, an RBI, and scoring three runs.

Freshman Zach B. in track for running a PR in the 200m at Tuesday’s meet and his dedication, hard work, and willingness to fill in on relays.

Freshman Jay M. in track for his hard work and willingness to do whatever the coaches ask and placing 2nd in the long jump and 300 hurdles at Tuesday’s meet.


Service Hour Opportunities:  (Read on Tuesdays & Thursdays)

  • Immanuel Lutheran church is looking for volunteers to help with Vacation Bible School on June 6-10.

  • The American Cancer Society’s Bark for Life needs volunteers on Saturday, April 23rd.

Community Event:

Reminder that there is a Ronald McDonald House 5K Glow Run/Walk on Friday, May 6th at 7pm at Southwind Park. If interested, register online at www.rmhc-centralillinois.org before April 15th.

 

DAILY SHIELD

Wednesday, April 6, 2016


Word of the Week is: Testimony

Bible Verse: 1 Corinthians 1:6, “because our testimony about Christ was confirmed in you.”


Lunch:  Antonio’s Pizza, Cash Only

Happy Birthday today to:  

  1. For those interested in Bass Fishing, please see Mrs McCulley outside her office at break today!

  2. Remember that all students and teachers have a break the dress code day tomorrow for excellent participation in the Family Service Project.  

  3. Juniors:  Applications for next year’s Religion Class, “Advanced Issues of Christian Faith,” are now available from Mr. Kammerlohr.  Applications are due by Tuesday, April 12th.  If you have any questions, please talk to Mr. Kammerlohr.

  4. There is NO SCHOOL on Friday due to 6th Grade Day.

  5. Seniors:  There is a Senior parent/student meeting tomorrow night in Joel at 7pm to discuss and make decisions on the combined graduation party. We hope to see everyone there for this important meeting.

  6. Please pick up Spirit Wear orders and spring sports pictures from the school office today.

  7. The auction is almost here.  Mrs. Koopman is looking for 10 reliable students to assist at the auction as runners.  We will keep you hopping from 7:30 until about 10 pm.  There is a dress code for this event and service hours can be earned.  See Mrs. Koopman if you are interested.

  8. Remember that there is a class basket competition at the auction.  The class basket that raises the most money, over the retail value of the items, will be rewarded with a pizza party provided by Mr. Schorfheide.  Only those students who participate by bringing in items or cash donations for their basket will be included.

  9. Please join the Drama & Music Departments as they present “Once Upon A Mattress” Friday and Saturday nights at 7pm.  Tickets are on sale now in the school office.

  10. Interested in touring the European capitals of Berlin, Prague, Vienna, and Budapest?  Join us on Sunday afternoon, April 10th at 2:00pm to hear more about our upcoming trip.  We will travel in the summer of 2017 and the planning begins now.  We will meet in the gym lobby and move to a classroom.

  11. Ready for a day in the Windy City?  Good News!!  The annual Student  Council Chicago trip is coming up on April 17th!  Cost for the trip is $35.00.  We will leave the school at 6:30am to enjoy the day in Chicago, eat dinner at Dicks Last Resort, and return to school at 10:00pm.  Sign up in the office (payment expected at sign up) for a fun day of deep dish pizza, great shopping, museums, and the bean!

  12. It's noted for croissants, cathedrals, art classics, and the Champs Elysee!  Now follow the iconic landmark of the Eiffel Tower to strut your style at Prom 2016:  Midnight in Paris.  Seniors may now pick up their complimentary tickets in the office.  They should vote for the court and complete the senior walk information when they pick up tickets.  Senior tickets are free; guest and junior tickets are $25.  Tickets are sold in the school office and payment is expected at the time of purchase.  Prom will be held on Sunday, May 1st at the Lake Springfield Beach House and Senior walk will begin at 7:30 p.m.  Dancing begins at 8 and ends at 11 p.m.  Venez nous rejoindre a la danse!


Student Council is selling muffins today at break.


Baseball Update:

The host Crusaders fell to Mt Olive last night.  We will face them again Thursday at Mt Olive.


Track Update:

Despite the wind and cold temperature, the Boys & Girls Track Team had some great performances at the 4-team meet in Athens last night.  Congratulations and God’s Blessings on the rest of the season.


Soccer Update:

Last night, the Lady Crusaders hosted Macomb High School in a thrilling match! The Crusaders got off to an early start and never looked back with Senior Lexi B. scoring off a cross by Senior Kiersten A. in the first few minutes. Kiersten would later add to the score with 3 goals of her own including a spectacular strike from distance. Junior Katie E. put the finishing touches on a 6-0 victory with two wonder strikes from a distance. The Lady Crusaders are back in action tomorrow at 4:30 at Athens High School.



Service Hour Opportunities:  (Read on Tuesdays & Thursdays)

  • Immanuel Lutheran church is seeking student volunteer assistance for Vacation Bible School June 6-10 from 7:30-Noon on Monday the 6th and then 8:30-Noon each remaining day.  See the bulletin board for contact info if you would like to volunteer for this “Barnyard Roundup.”

  • The American Cancer Society’s Bark for Life needs student volunteer help on Saturday, April 23rd.


Community Event:

The Ronald McDonald House’s Illinois’ Teen Council is sponsoring a 5K Glow Run/Walk on Friday, May 6th at 7pm at Southwind Park to raise funds to support families with sick children by providing the essentials of home at no cost to them.  Register online at www.rmhc-centralillinois.org before April 15th.  Cost to pre-register is $30 and includes t-shirt, swag bag, and glow bands.

DAILY SHIELD

Tuesday, April 5, 2016


Word of the Week is: Testimony

Bible Verse: Psalm 119:2, “Blessed are those who keep his testimonies, and seek him with all their heart.”


Lunch:  Option A:  Baked Chicken, Mashed Potatoes w/Gravy, Fruit Cup, and Dinner Roll.

              Option B:  3-Layer PB&J, Fresh Fruit, and Chips

Happy Birthday today to:  Freshman Ryan W.


  1. Teachers:  Please dismiss the Softball girls at 2:20 today.  Thank you.

  2. Please join the Christ-Centered Crusaders Bible Study tomorrow morning at 8am in Proverbs.

  3. Join us on Sunday afternoon, April 10th at 2:00pm to hear more about our upcoming trip to four European capitals:  Berlin, Prague, Vienna, and Budapest!  We will travel in the summer of 2017 and the planning begins now.  We will meet in the gym lobby.

  4. Congratulations to the students and teachers for participating in the Family Service Project.  Each class donated well over 100 items.  Give a big Thank You to Maggie G. for bagging all the items!!!  This project was a huge success!  Students and teachers will have a break the dress code day this Thursday!

  5. Applications for next year’s Spiritual Life Committee may be picked up from Mr. Kammerlohr.  Completed applications are due by noon, Tuesday, April 19.

  6. Auction donations & wine (delivered by a parents ONLY) can be brought to the Association office.  Also, please get your auction tickets now; our goal is to fill the room!  Let’s get 300 to attend!

  7. Truman State University visits tomorrow during 2nd hour.  Be sure to sign up in the school office if you are interested.

  8. There is NO SCHOOL this Friday due to 6th Grade Day.

  9. Spirit Wear shirt orders are in!  Claim your orders in the school office.  Be sure to pick up your spring sports pictures as well.

  10. Come support your classmates in the Drama & Music Departments as they present “Once Upon A Mattress” Friday and Saturday nights at 7pm.



Student Council is selling bagels today at break.


Baseball Update:

The Crusaders came out firing against the Illini Central Cougars last evening.  In the second inning, the Crusaders tallied five runs, but Illini Central struck back putting up 5 runs of their own.  After that, Lutheran pulled away.  Michael N., Jon W., Blake S., Adam M., and Will K. all had hits that brought runs home.  Robby M. picked up the 13-5 win for the Crusaders and also had an rbi single.


Today’s Activities:

Varsity Girls Soccer at home vs. Macomb High School at 4:30.

Varsity Boys Baseball at home vs Mount Olive at 4:30.

Varsity Girls Softball at Morrisonville at 4:30.

Track at Athens vs Williamsville/PORTA/Athens at 4:30.


Service Hour Opportunities:  (Read on Tuesdays & Thursdays)

  • Immanuel Lutheran church is seeking student volunteer assistance for Vacation Bible School June 6-10 from 7:30-Noon on Monday the 6th and then 8:30-Noon each remaining day.  See the bulletin board for contact info if you would like to volunteer for this “Barnyard Roundup.”

  • The American Cancer Society’s Bark for Life needs student volunteer help on Saturday, April 23rd.

  • The Brandt-Thomas Educational Center is looking for students with computer skills to teach a basic computer class.  This 1-hour class starts on May 2 and runs for 4 weeks in the evening. This is an hourly paid position with a negotiable wage.  See Mrs. Gilman if interested.


Community Event:

The Ronald McDonald House’s Illinois’ Teen Council is sponsoring a 5K Glow Run/Walk on Friday, May 6th at 7pm at Southwind Park to raise funds to support families with sick children by providing the essentials of home at no cost to them.  Register online at www.rmhc-centralillinois.org before April 15th.  Cost to pre-register is $30 and includes t-shirt, swag bag, and glow bands.

 

DAILY SHIELD

Monday, April 4, 2016


Word of the Week is: Testimony

Bible Verse: Psalm 93:5, “Your testimonies stand firm: holiness adorns your house for endless days, O Lord.”


Lunch:  Option A:  3 Chicken Enchiladas with lettuce and sour cream, Mexican Rice, and Tostido Chips

              Option B:  Chicken Wrap, Fresh Fruit, and Chips

Happy Birthday today to:  Sophomore Abbie Steelman


  1. Teachers:  Please dismiss the Softball girls at 2:10, and the baseball boys at 2:20. Thank you.

  2. Juniors:  Applications for next year’s Religion Class, “Advanced Issues of Christian Faith,” are now available from Mr. Kammerlohr.  Applications are due by Tuesday, April 12th.  If you have any questions, please talk to Mr. Kammerlohr.

  3. Shopper’s Blessings orders are due to Mrs. Haynes by 11:45am today.

  4. Auction donations & wine (delivered by a parent) can be brought to the Association office.  Please get your auction tickets; our goal is to fill the room!  Let’s get 300 to attend!

  5. Truman State University visits on Wednesday during 2nd hour.  Be sure to sign up in the school office if you are interested.

  6. There is NO SCHOOL on Friday due to 6th Grade Day.

  7. Come support your classmates in the Drama & Music Departments as they present “Once Upon A Mattress” on Friday and Saturday nights at 7pm.



Spanish National Honor Society is selling healthy snacks today at break.



Today’s Activities:

Varsity Boys Baseball vs Illini Central at Mason City beginning at 4:30pm.

V/JV Girls Softball vs. Central A&M at Mowequewa beginning at 4:30pm.


Service Hour Opportunities:  (Read on Tuesdays & Thursdays)

  • Immanuel Lutheran church is seeking student volunteer assistance for Vacation Bible School June 6-10 from 7:30-Noon on Monday the 6th and then 8:30-Noon each remaining day.  Please contact Patty Schrenk at 529-5383 if you would like to volunteer for the “Barnyard Roundup.”

  • The American Cancer Society’s Bark for Life needs student volunteer help on Saturday, April 23rd.

  • The Brandt-Thomas Educational Center is looking for students with computer skills to teach a basic computer class.  This 1-hour class starts on May 2 and runs for 4 weeks in the evening. This is an hourly paid position with a negotiable wage.  See Mrs. Gilman if interested.

  • Check out all of the flyers on the bulletin board for current opportunities and contact information.

Community Event:

The Ronald McDonald House Illinois’ Teen Council is sponsoring a 5K Glow Run/Walk on Friday, May 6th at 7pm at Southwind Park to raise funds to support families with sick children by providing the essentials of home at no cost to them.  Register online at www.rmhc-centralillinois.org before April 15th.  Cost to pre-register is $30 and includes t-shirt, swag bag, and glow bands.

 

DAILY SHIELD

Thursday, March 24, 2016


Word of the Week is: Sacrifice

Bible Verse: Ephesians 5:1-2, “Therefore be imitators of God, as beloved children.  And walk in love, as Christ loved us and gave himself up for us, a fragrant offering and sacrifice to God.”


Lunch:  Option A:  Hot Dog on Bun, Chili Soup, Side Salad w/Ranch, Frito Corn Chips

              Option B:  Chef Salad, Fresh Fruit, and Chips

Happy Birthday on Wednesday, March 30th to:  Senior Nick L.

                              on Friday, April 1st to:  Junior Chloe K.

                     and on Sunday, April 3rd to:  Junior Miriam G.


  1. Remember the LuHi Auction when you are shopping over break!  We are in need of items for your class baskets, as well as baseball tickets, gift cards, golf passes, etc.  If you have questions about an item for donation, please contact Kim Haynes.  All items may be delivered to the Association Office.

  2. Truman State University is scheduled to visit on April 6 during 2nd hour.  Since we come back from break on April 4 (Seniors on April 5th), today is the time to sign up for this college visit if you are interested.

  3. Easter break would be a great time to relax at lunch or dinner with your family at Chili’s.  Be sure to grab a coupon before you leave school today.

  4. Reminder that 6th Grade Day is Friday, April 8th.  There is NO SCHOOL that day.

  5. The Spring Musical, Once Upon A Mattress, debuts Friday, April 8th at 7:00pm with a second performance on Saturday, April 9th at 7:00pm.  Come out and support our hard-working actors, actresses, and musicians at one of the performances.

  6. Congratulations to the 2016 Prom Court.  Junior Attendants are:  Alexander B. and Victoria H..  Senior Court:  Logan A., Nate B., Sam N., Jon W., Kiersten A., Elizabeth C., Anna M., and Bella S.

  7. We pray that you have a blessed Easter and a safe and restful break.  We will see the Freshmen, Sophomores, and Juniors on Monday, April 4th.  Seniors: Happy Senior Celebration Day; we’ll see you on Tuesday the 5th.


Student Council is selling donuts today at break for $1.


Today’s Activities:

Girls Softball @ Calvary vs. North Mac beginning at 4:30pm.


Check the calendars on the website for the activities happening over break!


Service Hour Opportunities:  (Read on Tuesdays & Thursdays)

  • The American Cancer Society’s Bark for Life needs student volunteer help on Saturday, April 23rd.

  • The Brandt-Thomas Educational Center is looking for students with computer skills to teach a basic computer class.  This 1-hour class starts on May 2 and runs for 4 weeks in the evening. This is an hourly paid position with a negotiable wage.  See Mrs. Gilman if interested.

  • Check out all of the flyers on the bulletin board for current opportunities and contact information.

 

DAILY SHIELD

Wednesday, March 23, 2016


Word of the Week is: Sacrifice

Bible Verse: Psalm 50:14-15, “Offer to God a sacrifice of thanksgiving, and perform your vows to the Most High, and call upon me in the day of trouble;  I will deliver you, and you shall glorify me.”


Lunch:  Antonio’s Pizza, Cash Only

  Lunch Servers: 1st hour - Riley O. & Maddy E., 2nd hour - Gabby C. & Garrett D., 3rd hour - Lexi B & Nick L.

Happy Birthday today to:

  1. Thanks to everyone who donated items for Family Service Center.  Mrs. O'Connell will do a final count this afternoon. Our mission for this project is to provide an Easter gift for the kids, but there’s no reason we all can’t earn a free dress day in the process!!!!

  2. The Auction Committee still needs donations for the auction!  We are in need of items for the class baskets, as well as baseball tickets, gift cards, golf passes, etc.  If you have questions about an item for donation, please contact Kim Haynes.  All items may be delivered to the Association Office.

  3. It’s almost easter and therefore time for our famous annual LuHi easter egg hunt. Set your alarm and come to school at 7:45 tomorrow for a morning of running, searching for easter eggs, and eating lots of sweets.  Also, the lucky student who finds the real egg will win a special basket of goodies.  Eggs will be scattered throughout the LuHi hallway and therefore the main hallway will be closed tomorrow until 7:45, so please plan accordingly.

  4. There is still one day left to bring in Campbell’s soup labels before the 50 bonus points expire.

  5. Easter break would be a great time to relax at lunch or dinner with your family at Chili’s.  Be sure to grab a coupon before you leave school on Thursday.

  6. Truman State University is scheduled to visit on April 6 during 2nd hour.  Since we come back from break on April 4 (Seniors on April 5th), now is the time to sign up for this college visit if you are interested.

  7. Reminder that 6th Grade Day is Friday, April 8th, so there is NO SCHOOL that day.

  8. The Spring Musical, Once Upon A Mattress, debuts Friday, April 8th at 7:00pm with a second performance on Saturday, April 9th at 7:00pm.  If you thought you knew the story of ‘The Princess and The Pea’, you may be in for a walloping surprise!  This rollicking spin on the familiar classic of royal courtship and comeuppance provides for some side-splitting shenanigans.  Chances are you’ll never look at fairy tales quite the same way again.  Come out and support our hard-working actors, actresses, and musicians at one of the performances.


Student Council is selling muffins today at break for $1.


Soccer Update:

Last night the Lady Crusaders were in action against Macon-Meridian. The girls dominated the whole game winning with a score of 5-0. Senior Kiersten A. led the team with 4 goals and Junior Abby I. put the game away with her goal in the second half. Junior Kaitlyn W. played another outstanding game in goal allowing no goals making that her 4th shutout of the season. The girls are in action in a HUGE game tonight against Southeast at 4:30. Come out and support your Lady Crusaders!

Baseball Update:

Lutheran High baseball hosted the Riverton Hawks on Tuesday.  Early in the first inning, Riverton struck first to make it 1-0. It took Lutheran a couple innings to get their bats going.  In the 3rd, Riverton made a statement by hitting 2 home runs.  Then in the 4th, Senior Jon W. stepped up to the plate and hit a homerun.  Jon went 2-4 for the game.  Lutheran's offense didn't have enough power to come back however.  The Riverton Hawks beat the Crusaders 6-4.  Senior Blake S. went 1-4, Junior Ben D. went 1-4 with a double, and Senior Michael N. went 1-2 with a single.


Today’s Activities:

Varsity Girls Soccer at home vs. Southeast High School beginning at 4:30pm.



Service Hour Opportunities:  (Read on Tuesdays & Thursdays)

  • The American Cancer Society’s Bark for Life needs student volunteer help on Saturday, April 23rd.

  • The Brandt-Thomas Educational Center is looking for students with computer skills to teach a basic computer class.  This 1-hour class starts on May 2 and runs for 4 weeks in the evening. This is an hourly paid position with a negotiable wage.  See Mrs. Gilman if interested.

  • Check out all of the flyers on the bulletin board for current opportunities and contact information.

 

DAILY SHIELD

Tuesday, March 22, 2016


Word of the Week is: Sacrifice

Bible Verse: Philippians 2:5-11, “Have this mind among yourselves, which is yours in Christ Jesus, who, though he was in the form of God, did not count equality with God a thing to be grasped, but emptied himself, by taking the form of a servant, being born in the likeness of men. And being found in human form, he humbled himself by becoming obedient to the point of death, even death on a cross. Therefore God has highly exalted him and bestowed on him the name that is above every name, so that at the name of Jesus every knee should bow, in heaven and on earth and under the earth, and every tongue confess that Jesus Christ is Lord, to the glory of God the Father.”


Lunch:  Option A:  Chicken Tenders w/Ranch Dip, Mashed Potatoes w/Gravy, Fruit Cup & Dinner Roll

              Option B:  3-layer PB&J, Fresh Fruit, and Chips

Happy Birthday today to:

  1. Advanced Issues class, please meet with Mr. K at break today in the gym lobby.

  2. Teachers, please dismiss the softball girls at 2:30 and the soccer girls at 2:35 today for out of town games.  Thank you.

  3. Class meetings will be held tomorrow at 8:30am.  Set your alarm 30 min early, so your voice may be heard for class decisions.

  4. Due to the class meetings, the Christ-Centered Crusader Bible Study will NOT meet tomorrow.

  5. The SADD Club is collecting items for foster children at Family Service Center.  Each class has an item which they are responsible for collecting.  Sophomores and Seniors are collecting coloring books.  Freshman are collecting glue sticks and Juniors are collecting crayola crayons (24 pack).  Each class reaching 100 items will receive a "free dress day."  Students have until Wednesday to make their donations.  All classes have reached their goal except the Junior class.  They are currently at 22 boxes of crayons.  I would love to see the Juniors get a free dress day, but more importantly I want to see these children receive a small gift for Easter.  PLEASE, PLEASE, PLEASE help us out!!!!  You are welcome to donate as many boxes of crayola crayons as you want.  Thanks for your help!

  6. The Auction Committee needs your help!  We are in need of items for the class baskets.  The following items are also needed - baseball tickets, gift cards, golf passes, etc.  Please bring items to the Association Office.

  7. March is LuHi month at Chili’s.  A coupon must be presented for LuHi to benefit from your visit.

  8. Campbell’s soup labels earn us 50 bonus points until March 30th.  

  9. Reminder to those who signed up, LLCC is visiting today during this hour.

  10. Spring sports reminder- athletes that are leaving early may change into their uniforms at lunch or their afternoon study hall - no earlier!  Long pants are still required during afternoon classes.  Also, sports bags must be put in the locker rooms in the morning, not on the silver bench.  The locker rooms are unlocked until 3rd hour. Please and thanks - Mrs McCulley.


Student Council is selling bagels today at break for $1.


Soccer Update:  (To add to the excitement, read with a British accent!)

The Lutheran High girls soccer team won a thrilling match over Riverton 2-1 last night. Down 1-0 at half, the girls rallied and dominated the second half of the game creating numerous scoring chances. Senior Kiersten A. opened the scoring up with an assist from Junior Katie E. Katie would later add her own goal with a stunning strike from 35 yards out that was too hot for the goalie to handle causing the fans to go wild! The intensity of the game picked up and the Lady Crusaders held their own battling with all the energy they had! The girls finished up the game with solid defense including a last second save by keeper Junior Kaitlyn W. The Crusaders are now 4-0 on the season and look to continue their winning form tonight on the road in a match against Macon Meridian.


Today’s Activities:

Varsity Girls Soccer vs. Meridian High School at Macon Memorial Park beginning at 4:30pm.

Varsity Boys Baseball at home vs. Riverton at 4:30pm.

V/JV Girls Softball at New Berlin at 4:30.



Service Hour Opportunities:  (Read on Tuesdays & Thursdays)

  • The American Cancer Society’s Bark for Life needs student volunteer help on Saturday, April 23rd.

  • The Brandt-Thomas Educational Center is looking for students with computer skills to teach a basic computer class.  This 1-hour class starts on May 2 and runs for 4 weeks in the evening. This is an hourly paid position with a negotiable wage.  See Mrs. Gilman if interested.

  • Check out all of the flyers on the bulletin board for current opportunities and contact information.

 

DAILY SHIELD

Monday, March 21, 2016


Word of the Week is: Sacrifice

Bible Verse: Deuteronomy 32:36-39, “For the Lord will vindicate his people and have compassion on his servants, when he sees that their power is gone and there is none remaining, bond or free.  Then he will say, ‘Where are their gods, the rock in which they took refuge, who ate the fat of their sacrifices and drank the wine of their drink offering?  Let them rise up and help you; let them be your protection!  “‘See now that I, even I, am he, and there is no god beside me; I kill and I make alive; I wound and I heal; and there is none that can deliver out of my hand.’”


Lunch:  Option A:  Nachos w/meat & cheese, lettuce & sour cream, Mexican Rice and Ice Cream

              Option B:  Chicken Wrap, Fresh Fruit, and Chips

Happy Birthday today to:

  1. There will be a SADD meeting today during break in Proverbs.

  2. Shopper’s Blessings orders are due to Mrs. Haynes by 11:45am today.  The next order date is April 4th.

  3. Class meetings will be held Wednesday at 8:30am.  Your voice needs to be heard for the class decisions being made.

  4. Donations for the foster children are due Wednesday. Classes & faculty reaching 100 items will get a free dress day.  

  5. The Auction Committee needs your help!  We are in need of items for the class baskets.  The following items are also needed - baseball tickets, gift cards, golf passes, etc.  Please bring items to the Association Office.

  6. There’s still time to sign up to donate blood or bring in baked goods or juice for Wednesday’s blood drive. Reminder that everyone donating blood needs to bring their ID, and 16 year old students need a signed parent consent form.

  7. March is LuHi month at Chili’s.  A coupon must be presented for LuHi to benefit from your visit.

  8. Campbell’s soup labels earn us 50 bonus points until March 30th.  

  9. LLCC will visit tomorrow during 2nd hour.  If interested, sign up in the office.


Spanish National Honor Society is selling healthy snacks today at break.  Today’s special treat is pumpkin bars.


Track Update:

Seven members of the Boy's LuHi track team traveled to Charleston to compete in an indoor meet this past Saturday.  The following members posted personal bests in their events:  Senior Logan A. in the 800m, Freshman Jay M. in the 200m, Freshman Zach B. in the 60m, Junior Zach V. in the 1600m.  Congratulations!


Five members of the Girl's LuHi track team participated in the Gene Armer Invitational meet at U of I Champaign this past Saturday.  Freshman Bernadette T. posted her first 3200m time of the season and may have qualified in that event for the Illinois Top Times Indoor Meet.  Confirmation will be posted early this week.



Today’s Activities:

V/JV Girls Soccer at Riverton High School beginning at 4:30pm.



Service Hour Opportunities:  (Read on Tuesdays & Thursdays)

  • The American Cancer Society’s Bark for Life needs student volunteer help on Saturday, April 23rd.

  • Check out all of the flyers on the bulletin board for current opportunities and contact information.

 

DAILY SHIELD

Friday, March 18, 2016


Word of the Week is: Praise

Bible Verse: Revelation 5:12, “In a loud voice they were saying: “Worthy is the Lamb, who was slain,  to receive power and wealth and wisdom and strength and honor and glory and praise!”


Lunch:  Option A:  BBQ Pork Rib on Bun, Potato Wedges, Fresh Fruit, and Cookie

              Option B:  3-layer PB&J, Fresh Fruit, and Chips

Happy Birthday on Saturday to: Junior Kaitlyn W. and on Sunday to: Freshman David L.

  1. Please welcome Dade W. shadowing today with Jay M..

  2. There will be a SADD meeting Monday, March 21st in Proverbs during break.

  3. Class meetings will be held Wednesday at 8:30am. That’s a late day, so set your alarms 30 min early!

  4. Remember the foster children when you are shopping this weekend.  Donations are due this coming Wednesday, March 23rd. Classes & faculty reaching 100 items will get a free dress day.  

  5. There’s still time to sign up to donate blood or bring in baked goods or juice for the March 23rd blood drive.  The Bloodmobile will be at LuHi from 10am-2pm.  Reminder that everyone donating blood needs to bring their ID and 16 year old students need a signed parent consent form.

  6. March is LuHi month at Chili’s.  A coupon is needed for LuHi to benefit from  your visit.

  7. Campbell’s soup labels earn LuHi 50 bonus points until March 30th.  

  8. LLCC will visit on Tuesday during 2nd hour.  If interested, sign up in the office.


Spanish National Honor Society is selling healthy snacks today at break.


This week’s Academic Spotlight shines on:

Senior Ethan R. in publications for consistent positive attitude and excellent class participation, behavior, leadership, and academic performance on a single project, assignment or test.

Junior Austin S. for excellent class participation, behavior, leadership, and academic performance on a single project, assignment or test and consistent positive attitude in publications.

Freshman Jay M. in algebra for excellent class participation, behavior, leadership and consistent positive effort in class or on homework.


This week’s Athletic Spotlight shines on:

Junior Abby I. for scoring a goal just 25 seconds into the game vs Athens and finishing with a hat trick.


Today’s Activities:

Boys Varsity Baseball at home vs. Williamsville at 4:30pm

Girls Soccer finishes the Crusader Classic tonight against Beardstown at 5:20pm.


This Saturday’s activities:

The Boys Track team competes at Eastern Illinois University beginning at 8:15am.

The Girls Track team competes at The U of I Champaign Armory beginning at 9:00am.



Service Hour Opportunities:  (Read on Tuesdays & Thursdays)

  • The American Cancer Society’s Bark for Life needs student volunteer help on Saturday, April 23rd.

  • Check out all of the flyers on the bulletin board for current opportunities and contact information.

 

DAILY SHIELD

Thursday, March 17, 2016


Word of the Week is: Praise

Bible Verse: Psalm 21:13, “Be exalted in your strength, Lord; we will sing & praise your might.”


Lunch:  Option A:  Baked Potato w/Chili, Crackers, Bacon Bits & Sour Cream, Side Salad w/Ranch,

                                Dinner Roll

              Option B:  Chef Salad, Fresh Fruit, and Chips

Happy Birthday today to:

  1. Please welcome Seth I. shadowing today with Brandon W.

  2. Reminder that we WILL be in school tomorrow.

  3. Class meetings will be held next Wednesday, March 23 at 8:30am.  There are lots of decisions to be made at all grade levels, so set your alarm and attend your class meeting.

  4. Remember your SADD donations for the foster children are due by March 23rd. Classes reaching 100 items will get a free dress day.  

  5. Also on March 23rd, the Bloodmobile will be at LuHi from 10am-2pm.  Sign up in the office if you are willing and able to help in this important, life-giving activity.  Those unable to give blood, but wanting to assist the effort may bring in baked goods or juice.  Please see Mrs. O’Connell if bringing items.

  6. LLCC will visit next Tuesday during 2nd hour.  If interested, sign up in the office.


Student Council is selling donuts today at break.


Girls Soccer Update:

The Girls Soccer team continues their winning streak in the Crusader Classic with an 8-0 victory over Athens yesterday afternoon.  The girls play their final Crusader Classic match tomorrow at 5:20 against Beardstown.


Today’s Activities:

Varsity Baseball at home vs. Decatur Lutheran beginning at 4:30pm.


Service Hour Opportunities:  (Read on Tuesdays & Thursdays)

  • Set-up, serve, and clean-up for tomorrow’s banquet at Hope Church in support of a hospital in Ghana.   Attire is black pants and white shirts.  Advanced contact is required; information is on the bulletin board.  Your help is greatly needed and will be tremendously appreciated.

  • The Douglas Avenue United Methodist Church (on the corner of Douglas and Governor) is hosting clean-up days from 1-4pm Saturday and Sunday to prepare their property for a community garden.  Contact information is on the bulletin board.

  • The American Cancer Society’s Bark for Life needs student volunteer help on Saturday, April 23rd.

  • Check out all of the flyers on the bulletin board for current opportunities and contact information.

 

DAILY SHIELD

Wednesday, March 16, 2016


Word of the Week is: Praise

Bible Verse: Jeremiah 20:13, “Sing to the Lord!  Give praise to the Lord!  He rescues the life of the needy from the hands of the wicked.”


Lunch:  Antonio’s Pizza, Cash Only

Happy Birthday today to:

  1. For qualifying Juniors and Seniors who wish to apply for membership in National Honor Society, today’s the last day.   Proper documentation must be submitted to Mrs. Quigg no later than 3:00pm today.  Forms are located outside of Mark.

  2. Reminder that we WILL be in school on Friday.

  3. March Madness has arrived!  Enter your bracket to help the Statistics class and also have a chance to win prizes that include a basketball, movie tickets, and Student Council treats.  Check out the signs around the building  or see Mrs. Koopman to get the web address that will take you to the challenge.  The statistics class will use the data collected in class for some computations and comparisons with SHG students.   We would like to get as many students and faculty involved as possible to increase our data set.  So, take a few moments and fill out your bracket.  Brackets must be entered online by 8am tomorrow.

  4. Mark your calendar:  Class meetings will be held next Wednesday, March 23 at 8:30am.  There are lots of decisions to be made at all grade levels, so set your alarm and attend your class meeting.

  5. Remember your SADD donations for the foster children. Classes reaching 100 items by March 23rd will get a free dress day.

  6. LLCC will visit next Tuesday during 2nd hour.  If interested, sign up in the office.


Student Council is selling muffins today at break.


Today’s Activities:

Our Lady Crusader Soccer team competes again at our Crusader Classic this afternoon at 4pm.  Come out to support our girls as they take on Athens!  Lanphier vs Beardstown follows the LuHi game.


Service Hour Opportunities:  (Read on Tuesdays & Thursdays)

  • The International Health & Development Network is hosting a “Bringing the World Together” Banquet this Friday at Hope Church.  The event is raising funds for much needed staff apartments and a Women & Children’s Ward at a hospital in Ghana.  LOTS of student volunteers are needed to set up before the event and serve iced tea, water and coffee during the meal.  Attire is black pants and white shirts.  Contact information is on the flyer.  Your help is greatly needed and will be tremendously appreciated.

  • Check out all of the flyers on the bulletin board for current opportunities and contact information.

 

DAILY SHIELD

Tuesday, March 15, 2016


Word of the Week is: Praise

Bible Verse: Isaiah 12:15, “Sing to the Lord, for he has done glorious things; let this be known to all the world.”


Lunch:  Option A:  Baked Chicken, Mashed Potatoes w/Gravy, Fruit Cup, and Dinner Roll

              Option B:  3-layer PB&J, Fresh Fruit, and Chips

Happy Birthday today to: Senior Michael N.

  1. Join the Christ-Centered Crusaders Bible Study tomorrow morning at 8am in Proverbs.

  2. Reminder that we WILL be in school on Friday.

  3. For those who were absent for the survey last week, please see Mrs. Koopman before 3pm today to take it.  Parent surveys have been emailed to their email address of record.  Parent surveys are due by Friday.

  4. Current members of the National Honor Society will meet tomorrow at 8:30am in Mrs. Quigg’s room.

  5. March Madness has arrived!  Once again you have the opportunity to complete your bracket and help the Statistics class at the same time.  Enter your bracket in our all school challenge for prizes that include a basketball, movie tickets, and Student Council treats on us.  All you need to do is check out the signs around the building  or see Mrs. Koopman to get the web address that will take you to the challenge.  The statistics class will use the data collected in class for some computations and comparisons with SHG students.   We would like to get as many students and faculty involved as possible to increase our data set.  So, take a few moments and fill out your bracket.  Brackets must be entered by 8am on Thursday.

  6. Qualifying Juniors and Seniors who wish to apply for membership in National Honor Society must submit proper documentation to Mrs. Quigg no later than 3:00pm tomorrow.  Forms are located outside of Mark.

  7. Remember your SADD donations for the foster children. Classes reaching 100 items by March 23rd will get a free dress day.

  8. Sydney and Riley, please see Mrs. McCulley about your basketball uniforms.

  9. Bradley University visits today during 4th hour and Illinois College visits tomorrow during 1st hour.


Student Council is selling bagels today at break.


Girls Soccer Update:  Congratulations to the girls on their first win of the season.


Service Hour Opportunities:  (Read on Tuesdays & Thursdays)

  • The International Health & Development Network is hosting a “Bringing the World Together” Banquet this Friday at Hope Church.  The event is raising funds for much needed staff apartments and a Women & Children’s Ward at a hospital in Ghana.  LOTS of student volunteers are needed to set up before the event and serve iced tea, water and coffee during the meal.  Attire is black pants and white shirts.  Contact information is on the flyer.  Your help is greatly needed and will be tremendously appreciated.

  • Check out all of the flyers on the bulletin board for current opportunities and contact information.

DAILY SHIELD

Monday, March 14, 2016


Word of the Week is: Praise

Bible Verse: Psalm 18:49, “For this I will praise you, O Lord, among the nations, and sing to your name.”


Lunch:  Option A:  3 Soft Tacos with lettuce, tomato and cheese, Fruit Cups, and Ice Cream

              Option B:  Chicken Wrap, Fresh Fruit, and Chips

Happy Birthday today to: Senior Josh L. and Freshman Jake M.

  1. Please welcome Hunter Fortune shadowing today with Hank Hayer.

  2. Reminder that we WILL be IN SCHOOL on Friday.

  3. For those who were absent for the survey last week, please see Mrs. Koopman by tomorrow at 3pm to take it.  Parents surveys will be emailed to their email address of record this afternoon.

  4. Shopper’s Blessings orders are due to Mrs. Haynes by 11:45am today.  Orders will be ready for pickup on Thursday afternoon.

  5. THANK YOU to everyone who donated, baked, set up, served, cleaned up, and ate at this year’s brunch.  Your help is greatly appreciated.

  6. It's here!  March Madness has arrived!  Once again you have the opportunity to complete your bracket and help the Statistics class at the same time.  Enter your bracket in our all school challenge for prizes that include a basketball, movie tickets, and Student Council treats on us.  All you need to do is check out the signs around the building  or see Mrs. Koopman to get the web address that will take you to the challenge.  The statistics class will be using the data collected in class for some computations and comparisons with SHG students.   We would like to get as many students and faculty involved as possible to increase our data set.  So, take a few moments and fill out your bracket.  Brackets must be entered by 8am on Thursday.

  7. Qualifying Juniors and Seniors who wish to apply for membership in National Honor Society must submit proper documentation to Mrs. Quigg no later than 3:00pm on Wednesday.  Forms are located outside of Mark.

  8. Remember your SADD donations for the foster children. Classes reaching 100 items by March 23rd will get a free dress day.

  9. The Bloodmobile will be at LuHi on March 23rd from 10:00 am - 2:00 pm.  A sign-up sheet is in the office.  Remember that 16 year old students must have a signed parent consent form.  Those unable to give blood may still support the cause by bringing in baked goods and juice.  Please let Mrs. O’Connell know if you are bringing in items.

  10. Reminder that March is LuHi month at Chili’s.  A coupon is needed for LuHi to benefit from  your visit.

  11. Bradley University visits tomorrow during 4th hour and Illinois College visits Wednesday during 1st hour.  Sign up in the office if you are interested in attending one of these visits.


Spanish National Honor Society is selling healthy treats today at break.


Track Update:

Six girls participated at the Charleston Indoor Invitational Track Meet on Saturday, March 12.  The 4 x 800 relay, consisting of Maddy E., Elisabeth B., Brigid T., and Jackie E., placed 2nd.  Jackie E. and Maddy E. placed 8th and 9th respectively in the 800 m from a field of 67 runners.  Brigid T. and Bernadette T. placed 7th and 8th respectively in the 1600 m from a field of 61 runners.  Maggie G. competed in the shot put.


Today’s Activities:

Boys Baseball vs. Lanphier at Kennedy Park beginning at 4:30.

Girls Soccer - the Crusader Classic is this week.  Tonight: LuHi vs. Lanphier at 4:00pm and then Athens vs. Beardstown at 5:20pm.



Service Hour Opportunities:  (Read on Tuesdays & Thursdays)

  • The International Health & Development Network is hosting a “Bringing the World Together” Banquet this Friday at Hope Church.  The event is raising funds for much needed staff apartments and a Women & Children’s Ward at a hospital in Ghana.  LOTS of student volunteer help is needed to set up before the event and serve iced tea, water and coffee during the meal.  Attire is black pants and white shirts.  Please contact Liz Eilers Bron directly at the contact information on the flyer.  Your help is greatly needed and will be tremendously appreciated.

  • Check out all of the flyers on the bulletin board for current opportunities.

 

DAILY SHIELD

Friday, March 11, 2016

Word of the Week is: Righteousness

Bible Verse: James 3:18, “Peacemakers who sow in peace reap a harvest of righteousness.”


Lunch:  Option A:  Chicken Sandwich, Potato Wedges, Broccoli & Cauliflower Florets, and Chips

              Option B:  3-layer PB&J, Fresh Fruit, and Chips

Happy Birthday today to:

  1. Scholastic Bowl shirts are due to Mrs. McCulley TODAY.

  2. Student Council invites you to a night of fun and games this Saturday, March 12.  Be sure to join us for an awesome round of glow golf and then frozen yogurt at Cherry Berry.  Meet at glow golf in White Oaks Mall at 6:30pm with money for golf and yogurt.

  3. Come join us on Sunday for the LuHi Brunch.  Breakfast is from 9:30-10:30 and Brunch from 10:30-1:00.

  4. Please have all brunch supplies (except baked goods) to school by 3:30 today.  Thank you to parents, Alumni, staff and students for all the help!!

  5. Reminder that we WILL be IN SCHOOL next Friday, March 18.

  6. Qualifying Juniors and Seniors who wish to apply for membership in National Honor Society must submit proper documentation to Mrs. Quigg no later than 3:00pm on Wednesday, March 16th.  Forms are located outside of Mark.

  7. Remember your SADD donations for the foster children. Classes reaching 100 items by March 23rd will get a free dress day.

  8. The Bloodmobile will be at LuHi on March 23rd from 10:00 am - 2:00 pm.  A sign-up sheet is in the office.  Remember that 16 year old students must have a signed parent consent form.  Those unable to give blood may still support the cause by bringing in baked goods and juice.  Please let Mrs. O’Connell know if you are bringing in items.

  9. Reminder that March is LuHi month at Chili’s.  A coupon is needed for LuHi to benefit from  your visit.

  10. Next week, Bradley University visits Tuesday during 4th hour and Illinois College visits Wednesday during 1st hour.  Sign up in the office if you are interested in attending one of these visits.

  11. Thanks to everyone who came out to Culver's to support the girls soccer team!  We had a great turn out and lots of fun!  Hope to see you at next week’s games!


Spanish National Honor Society is selling healthy treats today at break.


Saturday’s Sports Activities:

Charleston High School Girls Indoor Meet at Eastern Illinois University beginning at 8:15am.


This week’s Academic Spotlight shines on:

Senior Logan A. for excellent participation and work in Advanced Issues class.

Junior Robby M. in Religion 10/11 and Chemistry for excellent consistent work in class.

Sophomore Brianna S. and Freshman Matthew B. in PE for excellent class participation, behavior, leadership and consistent positive attitude during the badminton unit culminating in their victory as Badminton Champions.


This week’s Activity Spotlight shines on:

Junior Trevor W., Rock Climbing Club, for excellent and challenging climbing.


This week’s Athletic Spotlight shines on:

The girls 4x8 relay consisting of Junior Jackie E., Sophomore Maddy E., and Freshmen Bernadette T. and Brigid T. for placing 1st at the Illinois College indoor meet and currently leading the Top Times list for 1A 4x8 relay.

 

DAILY SHIELD

Thursday, March 10, 2016


Word of the Week is: Righteousness

Bible Verse: Proverbs 10:2, “Ill-gotten treasures have no lasting value, but righteousness delivers from death.”


Lunch:  Option A:  Bosco Breadsticks, w/Marinara Sauce, Carrot & Celery Sticks w/Ranch, Fresh Fruit, Chips

              Option B:  Chef Salad, Fresh Fruit, and Chips

Happy Birthday today to:

  1. Attention Senior parents and students:  the informational meeting about a combined Graduation Party is TONIGHT at 7:00pm.  Meet in the LuHi cafeteria.  Please plan to attend if you are interested in the party and bring your ideas to make it a success!

  2. Locker rooms will close at 3:30 today to prepare for the brunch.  Please take with you any items you need for the weekend.

  3. Soccer girls:  please see coach James at some point today.

  4. Qualifying Juniors and Seniors who wish to apply for membership in National Honor Society must submit proper documentation to Mrs. Quigg no later than 3:00pm on Wednesday, March 16th.  Forms are located outside of Mark.

  5. Scholastic Bowl shirts are due to Mrs. McCulley by Friday.

  6. We still need 5 coffeecakes, 6 desserts, and 7 pies for the brunch.  Call Mrs. Haynes if you can donate a baked good.

  7. SADD is gathering donations for the foster children at family service center.  Our goal is to reach 100 of each item.  Classes reaching 100 items by the March 23rd deadline will get a free dress day.  Class donation assignments are as follows:

Freshman - glue sticks (regular size) Sophomore and Seniors (coloring books)

Juniors (24 pack of crayola crayons) Faculty and staff - 2 gallon ziplock bags

  1. The Bloodmobile will be at LuHi on March 23rd from 10:00 am - 2:00 pm.  Sign up in the office.  Remember that 16 year old students must have a signed parent consent form.

  2. Student Council invites you to a night of fun and games this Saturday, March 12.  Be sure to join us for an awesome round of glow golf and then frozen yogurt at Cherry Berry.  Meet at glow golf in White Oaks Mall at 6:30pm with money for golf and yogurt.

  3. Reminder that March is LuHi month at Chili’s.   There are coupons in the office and also attached to the March Ledger which was emailed yesterday.

  4. UIS is visiting during 2nd hour today.  Please sign up in the office if you are interested in attending this visit.

  5. Come by the office if you are interested in Seno Formal Wear gift cards toward Seno tuxedos and suits.  


Student Council is selling donuts today at break for just $1.


Service Hour Opportunities:  (Read on Tuesdays & Thursdays)

  • Check out all of the flyers on the bulletin board for current opportunities.

 

DAILY SHIELD

Wednesday, March 9, 2016


Word of the Week is: Righteousness

Bible Verse: Psalm 112:6, “Surely the righteous will never be shaken; they will be remembered forever.”


Lunch:  Option A:  Baked Lasagna, Caesar Salad w/Dressing, Garlic Bread, and Ice Cream

              Option B:  Chicken Wrap, Fresh Fruit, and Chips

Happy Birthday today to: Junior Seton T.

  1. Spring sports pictures are today after school.

  2. Scholastic Bowl tournament shirts are due to Mrs. McCulley by Friday.

  3. Honor Card applications are due in Mr. Filter’s box by 3:00pm today.

  4. We still need 5 coffeecakes, 6 desserts, and 7 pies for the brunch.  Call Mrs. Haynes if you can donate a baked good.

  5. Locker rooms will close at 3:30 tomorrow to prepare for the brunch.  Please take with you any items you need for the weekend.

  6. SADD is gathering donations for the foster children at family service center.  Our goal is to reach 100 of each item.  Classes reaching 100 items by the March 23rd deadline will get a free dress day.  Class donation assignments are as follows:

Freshman - glue sticks (regular size) Sophomore and Seniors (coloring books)

Juniors (24 pack of crayola crayons) Faculty and staff - 2 gallon ziplock bags

  1. The Bloodmobile will be at LuHi on Wednesday, March 23rd from 10:00 am - 2:00 pm.  Sign up in the office.  Remember that 16 year old students must have a signed parent consent form.

  2. Attention Senior parents and students:  an informational meeting about a combined Graduation Party will be held in the LuHi cafeteria tomorrow at 7:00 p.m.  Please plan to attend if you are interested in the party and bring your ideas to make it a success!

  3. Student Council invites you to a night of fun and games this Saturday, March 12.  Be sure to join us for an awesome round of glow golf and then frozen yogurt at Cherry Berry.

  4. Reminder that March is LuHi month at Chili’s.   There are coupons in the office and also attached to the March Ledger which was emailed yesterday.

  5. UIS is visiting during 2nd hour tomorrow.  Please sign up in the office if you are interested in attending this visit.

  6. Seno Formal Wear brought in free $50 gift cards toward Seno tuxedos and suits.  Come to the office to pick up your card.


Student Council is selling muffins today at break for just $1.


Service Hour Opportunities:  (Read on Tuesdays & Thursdays)

  • Check out all of the flyers on the bulletin board for current opportunities.

 

DAILY SHIELD

Tuesday, March 8, 2016


Word of the Week is: Righteousness

Bible Verse: 1 Timothy 6:11, “But you, man of God, flee from all this, and pursue righteousness, godliness, faith, love, endurance, and gentleness.”


Lunch:  Option A:  Fiery Chicken Fingers, Side Salad w/Ranch, Chilled Peaches, Dinner Roll

              Option B:  3-layer PB&J, Fresh Fruit, and Chips

Happy Birthday today to:

  1. We are self-cleaning the ovens for the brunch this weekend.  It takes approximately 3 hours and during that time, there will most likely be a burning smell and some smoke as food burns off in the ovens.

  2. Come to the Wabash Culver's tonight from 4-8pm to support your Lady Crusaders soccer team!  No ticket or pass needed and a percentage of your purchase will support the girls soccer team. Be sure to register for the fantastic prize basket while you are there!

  3. Come join our Christ-Centered Crusaders Bible Study tomorrow morning at 8am in Proverbs.

  4. Spring sports pictures are tomorrow after school.

  5. Scholastic Bowl tournament shirts are due to Mrs. McCulley by Friday.

  6. Honor Card applications are due in Mr. Filter’s box by 3:00pm tomorrow.

  7. Calling all bakers:  we still need 16 coffeecakes, 8 desserts, and 12 pies for the brunch.  Call Mrs. Haynes if you can donate a baked good.

  8. Locker rooms will close at 3:30 on Thursday to prepare for the brunch.  Please take with you any items you need for the weekend.

  9. Attention Senior parents and students.  An informational meeting about a combined Graduation Party will be held at Lutheran High School in the commons area on March 10th at 7:00 p.m.  Please plan to attend if you are interested in the party and bring your ideas to make it a success!  If you have any questions beforehand, please contact Chris Roland at 546-2566.

    Student Council invites you to a night of fun and games on March 12.  Be sure to join us for an awesome round of glow golf  and then frozen yogurt at Cherry Berry.

  10. Reminder that March is LuHi month at Chili’s.   There are coupons in the office and they will also be attached to the Ledger which will be emailed this week.

  11. UIS is visiting during 2nd hour this Thursday.  Please sign up in the office if you are interested in attending this visit.


Student Council is selling bagels today at break for just $1.


Scholastic Bowl Update:

LuHi’s Scholastic Bowl team advanced to the IHSA Regionals winning two matches, but fell to Athens in the final match.  Congratulations on a great season.  


Service Hour Opportunities:  (Read on Tuesdays & Thursdays)

On June 2nd the Muscular Dystrophy Association will be hosting a Lock-Up Event from 10:30-2:30. On behalf of the Muscular Dystrophy Association, we would like to invite student clubs or organizations to volunteer during the event. Volunteering will include set up, tear down, and helping with various jobs throughout the event. Lunch will also be provided for all volunteers.

  • Check out all of the flyers on the bulletin board for current opportunities.

 

DAILY SHIELD

Monday, March 7, 2016


Word of the Week is: Righteousness

Bible Verse: Proverbs 21:21, “Whoever pursues righteousness and love finds life, prosperity, and honor.”


Lunch:  Antonio’s Pizza, Cash Only

Happy Birthday today to:

  1. Today, we welcome U.S. Congressman Rodney Davis to LuHi.  Please remember to bring your questions to the assembly.

  2. Scholastic Bowl is leaving at 3:50 today.

  3. The Spring Sports Rules meeting is tonight at 6pm in the gym.  If you have not already attended a rules meeting, attendance is mandatory to play a spring sport.  

  4. Sports pictures are Wednesday after school.

  5. Come to the Wabash Culver's tomorrow from 4-8pm to support your Lady Crusaders soccer team!  No ticket or pass needed and a percentage of your purchase will support the girls soccer team. Be sure to register for the fantastic prize basket while you are there!

  6. Shopper’s Blessing orders are due to Mrs. Haynes by 11:45 today.

  7. Calling all bakers:  we still need 16 coffeecakes, 8 desserts, and 12 pies for the brunch.  Call Mrs. Haynes if you can donate a baked good.

  8. Locker rooms will close at 3:30 on Thursday to prepare for the brunch.  Please take with you any items you need for the weekend.

  9. Student Council invites you to a night of fun and games on March 12 @7pm.  Be sure to join us for an awesome round of glow golf  and then frozen yogurt at Cherry Berry.

  10. Reminder that March is LuHi month at Chili’s.  Present a coupon and LuHi will receive 10% of your purchase.  Also, remember to bring in your Campbell’s labels.  We receive 50 bonus points for labels turned in by March 30th.

  11. UIS is visiting during 2nd hour this Thursday.  Next week, Bradley University visits during 4th hour on Tuesday, March 15 and Illinois College visits during 1st hour on Wednesday, March 16.  Other visits include: LLCC on March 22 and Truman State University on April 6.  Please be sure to sign up in the office if you are interested in attending any of these visits.

  12. Congrats to the high school music students at the IHSA solo and ensemble contest.  The following ratings were given:  Division I medals were awarded to Steven C., John A., Nate B., Adam M., Skyler D., Matt H., and Ashtyn R.  Division II were awarded to Teran M., Madalynn S., Kim B., Amelia S., Meredith N., and Ashtyn R. Everyone did a great job and should feel proud of how you represented LuHi.

  13. Musical rehearsal on Tuesday night will be a music rehearsal for everyone from 6-8:30. Some may finish early, but that won't be decided until Tuesday night. 

    Spanish National Honor Society bake sale today at break.  Hurry to the lunch room for a big bag of Pease’s popcorn.


Track Update:

The LuHi Track & Field team kicked off their indoor season at Illinois College this past Saturday.  The girls 4x800 team consisting of Sophomore Maddy E. & Junior Jackie E. and Freshmen Brigid & Bernadette T. took 1st place!  Maddy E. also placed 5th in the 800 with Jackie E. placing 4th in the 800 as well.  Everyone did a great job for their 1st meet!


Activities tonight:

Varsity Scholastic Bowl IHSA Regionals vs. Greenview at Athens beginning at 4:30pm.


Service Hour Opportunities:  (Read on Tuesdays & Thursdays)

Check out the flyers on the bulletin board for current opportunities.

 

DAILY SHIELD

Friday, March 4, 2016


Word of the Week is: Patience

Bible Verse: Ecclesiastes 7:8, “The end of a matter is better than its beginning, and patience is better than pride.”


Lunch:  Option A:  BBQ Pork Rib on Bun, Potato Wedges, Fresh Fruit, and Chips

              Option B:  3-layer PB&J, Fresh Fruit, and Chips

Happy Birthday today to: Senior Amanda M.

  1. There is a SADD meeting today during break.

  2. All Lost and Found items must be picked up from the silver bench by 3pm today.

  3. Several music students will be performing tomorrow at the IHSA solo and ensemble contest in Petersburg.  Participants are:

Teran M. - Vocal solo and Piano Solo

Ashytn R. - Vocal solo and vocal duet

Meredith N. - Vocal Duet

Madalyn S. - Vocal Solo

Kim B. - Vocal solo

Amelia S. - Vocal Solo

Adam M. - Piano Solo

Matthew H. - Trumpet Solo

Skyler D. - Flute Solo

Nate B., John A. and Steven C. - Vocal Ensemble  

God's Blessings to all of you and thanks for all of your hard work.  Mr. Schorfheide is very proud of you.

  1. We also extend God’s Blessings to Hank H. who will be representing LuHi in the 3-point shooting contest tomorrow.

  2. Monday is ASSEMBLY schedule.  Please bring your written questions for Congressman Rodney Davis.

  3. Monday is also Antonio’s pizza day for lunch.

  4. The Spring Sports Rules meeting is Monday at 6pm in the gym.  If you have not already attended a rules meeting, attendance is mandatory to play a spring sport.

  5. Rock climbers:  our next climbing date is Tuesday.  Sign up with Mr. K today if you’re interested.  Rock Gym 101 is available.

  6. Brunch workers are still needed on Sunday for the 9-11:15 shift and the 11:00-1:15 shift.  Please see Mrs. Haynes to sign up.

  7. If you are interested in Sylvan’s FREE practice ACT test on Sunday, stop by the office to pick up a registration form.

  8. Student Council invites you to a night of fun and games on March 12 @7pm.  Be sure to join us for an awesome round of glow golf  and then frozen yogurt at Cherry Berry.


Spanish National Honor Society will sell healthy snacks today and Monday at break for $1.00.


Activities on Saturday:

Track - The Jacksonville Co-Ed Indoor Meet begins at 10am at Illinois College.


Service Hour Opportunities:  (Read on Tuesdays & Thursdays)

Check out the flyers on the bulletin board for current opportunities.


This week’s Academic Spotlight shines on:

Junior Elisabeth B. in Novels for consistent positive attitude and excellent academic performance on a single project, assignment or test.

Sophomore Lynsie B. for improvement in class and excellent academic performance on a single project, assignment, or test in Spanish II.

Sophomore Skyler D. in Novels for consistent positive attitude and excellent academic performance on a single project, assignment or test.

Freshman Ryan W. in PE for positive effort, and in Spanish I for consistent positive attitude and excellent academic performance on a single project, assignment or test.

 

DAILY SHIELD

Thursday, March 3, 2016


Word of the Week is: Patience

Bible Verse: Proverbs 19:11, “A person’s wisdom yields patience; it is to one’s glory to overlook an offense.”


Lunch:  Option A:  Chicken Patty on Bun, Side Salad w/Ranch, Peach Cup, and Cookie

              Option B:  Chef Salad, Fresh Fruit, and Chips

Happy Birthday today to:

  1. There will be a short SADD meeting tomorrow during break.

  2. We will have a special guest speaker on Monday, March 7th.  Congressman Rodney Davis will visit Lutheran High to speak to you about his experiences in government and then take your questions.  If you have questions for Congressman Davis, please be sure to bring your written questions with you on Monday.

  3. Brunch workers are still needed!  We still need about 40 volunteers on Sunday for the 9-11:15 shift and the 11:00-1:15 shift.  Please see Mrs. Haynes to sign up.

  4. Sylvan Learning Center is offering a FREE practice ACT test this Sunday, March 6th at noon.  Please stop by the office to pick up a registration form.

  5. All Lost and Found items must be picked up from the silver bench by 3pm Friday.

  6. Upcoming calendar changes:  Please mark your calendars as each item is read.

  1. Monday, March 7 will be ASSEMBLY SCHEDULE for Congressman Davis’ visit.  There will also be a Spring Sports Rules meeting on Monday at 6pm in the gym.  If you have not already attended a rules meeting, attendance is mandatory to play a spring sport.

  2. Wednesday, March 9th - spring sports pictures will be taken after school.

  3. March 18th - we WILL be IN SCHOOL.  The original school calendar shows the day off.

  4. April 8th - We will NOT be in school due to the date change for 6th Grade Day.

    7.    There is also a change in the lunch schedule for next week.  Antonio’s Pizza will be serving on Monday, cash only as usual, and District 186 lunch will be served on Wednesday.


Student Council will sell donuts today at break for $1.00.


Service Hour Opportunities:  (Read on Tuesdays & Thursdays)

  • Hope Church banquet

  • Community Garden clean up

  • UCP 2016 Summer Camps

Flyers are on the bulletin board.

Employment Opportunity:

  • Our Savior’s Preschool is seeking student workers after school.

  • A Trinity family is looking for a reliable student to pick up their child each day after school from Trinity and take him home to the Leland Grove area.  This is a paid position.  If interested, please stop by the office for contact information.

  • McCormick’s at the Gables is currently hiring.

DAILY SHIELD

Wednesday, March 2, 2016


Word of the Week is: Patience

Bible Verse: 2 Peter 3:15, “Bear in mind that our Lord’s patience means salvation, just as our dear brother Paul also wrote you with the wisdom that God gave him.”


Lunch:  Antonio’s Pizza

         Lunch Servers:  1st Lunch - Colin Gwillim & James Brunner; 2nd Lunch - Gabby Clark & Garrett Dietel; 3rd Lunch - Julie Elmore & Savannah Smith

Happy Birthday today to:

  1. Senior leadership group: please meet with Mr. Rollins at break today.  Thank you!

  2. There will be a short SADD meeting this Friday during break.

  3. Come to the Wabash Culver's on March 8 from 4-8pm to support your Lady Crusaders soccer team!  No ticket or pass needed and a percentage of your purchase will support the girls soccer team. Be sure to register for the fantastic prize basket while you are there!

  4. Rock climbers:  our next climbing date is next Tuesday, March 8th.  Sign up with Mr. K by Friday if you are interested.  Rock Gym 101 is available.

  5. Brunch workers are still needed!  We still need about 40 volunteers on Sunday for the 9-11:15 shift and the 11:00-1:15 shift.  Please see Mrs. Haynes to sign up.

  6. March is LuHi month at Chili’s.  Coupons are available in the office, will be attached to next week’s Ledger, and can be found on our website attached to February’s Ledger.

  7. The Bloodmobile will be at Luhi on Wednesday, March 23rd from 10:00 am - 2:00 pm.  Interested students may sign up in the office.  Remember, 16 year old students must have a signed parent consent form.

  8. The Capital City Lacrosse Team is looking for girls interested in playing.  Deadline to register is March 28.

  9. This is your last chance to pick up basketball posters from the silver bench outside the office.  All posters will be disposed of at 3pm TODAY.  All Lost and Found items must be picked up from the bench by 3pm Friday.


Student Council will sell muffins today at break for $1.00.


Service Hour Opportunities:  (Read on Tuesdays & Thursdays)

  • Students needed to help on March 17 and 18 at Hope Church for a banquet hosted by International Health & Development Network to raise funds for a hospital in Ghana.

  • Douglas Avenue United Methodist Church needs assistance cleaning an area near their church to create a community garden.

  • UCP 2016 Summer Camps.  

Please see the flyers on the bulletin board for contact information on each event.

Employment Opportunity:

  • Our Savior’s Preschool is seeking student workers after school.

  • A Trinity family is looking for a reliable student to pick up their child each day after school from Trinity and take him home to the Leland Grove area.  This is a paid position.  If interested, please stop by the office for contact information.

  • McCormick’s at the Gables is currently hiring.

 

DAILY SHIELD

Tuesday, March 1, 2016


Word of the Week is: Patience

Bible Verse: Colossians 3:12, “Therefore, as God’s chosen people, holy and dearly loved, clothe yourself with compassion, kindness, humility, gentleness and patience.”


Lunch:  Option A:  Jumbo Pizza Bagel, Side Salad w/Ranch, Fresh Fruit and Ice Cream

              Option B:  Three Layer Peanut Butter and Jelly, Fresh Fruit and Chips

Happy Birthday today to:  Junior Abby I.

  1. Varsity Scholastic Bowl will leave tonight at 3:30.

  2. The Christ-Centered Crusaders Bible Study will meet tomorrow at 8am in Proverbs.

  3. Please return the Brunch sign up sheet to Mrs. Haynes today.  Phone calls will start today asking for donations and volunteers.  Current items needed for the brunch are -  27 homemade coffee cakes, 17 desserts, 14 pies, 14-two pound bags of cubed hash browns, and 22 dozen eggs.

  4. Mr. James needs volunteers to help bus tables and pour drinks at the Brunch on Sunday, March 13.  Service hours are available. For questions or to sign up, please see Mr. James.

  5. There will be a SADD meeting this Friday, March 4th during break.  It will not be a long meeting.

  6. Our next climbing date is next Tuesday, March 8th.  Sign up with Mr. K by Friday if you are interested.  Rock Gym 101 is available.

  7. The Bloodmobile will be at Luhi on Wednesday, March 23rd from 10:00 am - 2:00 pm.  Interested students may sign up in the office.  Students must be 16 years old and will have to bring a parent consent form.  Students 17 and older do not need a parental consent form. Identification is required for all students.  If you are not able to donate blood but still want to help, bring in baked goods or juice.  Students may receive service hours for bringing in baked goods.  Please let Mrs. O'Connell know what you plan to bring.

  8. The Capital City Lacrosse Team is looking for girls interested in playing lacrosse.  See the flyers around the school for contact information.  Deadline to register is March 28.


Student Council will sell bagels today at break for $1.00.


Activities Tonight:  Scholastic Bowl MSM conference meet tonight at Mount Olive.  


Service Hour Opportunities:  (Read on Tuesdays & Thursdays)

  • Students needed to help on March 17 and 18 at Hope Church for a banquet hosted by International Health & Development Network to raise funds for a hospital in Ghana.

  • Douglas Avenue United Methodist Church needs assistance cleaning an area near their church to create a community garden.

  • UCP 2016 Summer Camps.  

Please see the flyers on the bulletin board for contact information on each event.

Employment Opportunity:

  • Our Savior’s Preschool is seeking student workers after school.

  • A Trinity family is looking for a reliable student to pick up their child each day after school from Trinity and take him home to the Leland Grove area.  This is a paid position.  If interested, please stop by the office for contact information.

 

DAILY SHIELD

Friday, February 26, 2016


Word of the Week is: Honor

Bible Verse: Psalm 8:5, “Yet you have made him a little lower than the heavenly beings and crowned him with glory and honor.”


Lunch:  Option A:  Taco Burger on Bun, Lettuce and Cheese, Chilled Fruit and Cookie

              Option B:  3-layer PB&J, Fresh Fruit, and Chips

Happy Birthday on Saturday to: Freshman Jakob S.

Happy Birthday on Sunday to: Freshman Chloe G.


  1. Please welcome Noah C. shadowing today with Freshman Garrett D.

  2. Varsity Scholastic Bowl will have practice on Friday and Monday from 3:15-4:15.

  3. March 1st is the deadline to register for CACC.  See Mrs. O’Connell for further details.

  4. Please return the Brunch sign up sheet to Mrs. Haynes by 8:00am on Tuesday, March 1st.  Phone calls will start on Tuesday asking for donations and volunteers.

  5. Mrs. Koopman needs help for the elementary Math Contest on Saturday, March 12.  She needs 2 more score keepers and a clean up crew.  Please see her today if you are interested in service hours for this event.  Also, Mrs. Koopman is providing treats for her helpers!

  6. Mr. James needs volunteers to help bus tables and pour drinks at the Brunch on Sunday, March 13.  Service hours are available. For questions or to sign up, please see Mr. James.

  7. Concordia University, Chicago will visit during 2nd hour on Monday.  Please be sure to sign up in the office today if you are interested in attending this visit.


Spanish Honor Society is selling healthy snacks at break today for just $1.


This week’s Academic Spotlight shines on:

Freshman Andrew U. in Spanish I for excellent academic performance on a single project, assignment or test and major improvement in attitude and/or academics.  Andrew was also the All-Champion selection in pickleball for P.E.

Sophomore Ian B. for consistent positive effort in class or on homework in geometry and good class participation during pickleball in P.E.

Junior Addison W. in Spanish III for consistent positive attitude and excellent academic performance on a single project, assignment, or test.


This week’s Activity Spotlight shines on:

The Heart Week Committee for consistent positive attitude.


Service Hour Opportunities:  (Read on Tuesdays & Thursdays)

  • Students needed to help on March 17 and March 18 at Hope Church for a banquet hosted by International Health & Development Network to raise funds for a hospital in Ghana.

  • Douglas Avenue United Methodist Church needs assistance cleaning an area near their church to create a community garden.

  • UCP 2016 Summer Camps.  

Please see the flyers on the bulletin board for contact information on each event.


Employment Opportunity:

  • Our Savior’s Preschool is seeking student workers after school.

  • A Trinity family is looking for a reliable student to pick up their child each day after school from Trinity and take him home to the Leland Grove area.  This is a paid position.  If interested, please stop by the office for contact information.

 

DAILY SHIELD

Thursday, February 25, 2016


Word of the Week is: Honor

Bible Verse: 1 Peter 3:15, “but in your hearts honor Christ the Lord as holy, always being prepared to make a defense to anyone who asks you for a reason for the hope that is in you; yet do it with gentleness and respect.”


Lunch:  Option A:  Hot Dog on Bun, Chili Soup, Side Salad w/Ranch, and Corn Chips

              Option B:  Chef Salad, Fresh Fruit, and Chips

Happy Birthday to:

  1. March 1st is the deadline to register for CACC.  See Mrs. O’Connell for further details.

  2. Mrs. Koopman needs help for the elementary Math Contest on Saturday, March 12.  Four score keepers will need to be present from 8:45 until about 11:00 and additional students to clean up from 10:30  until finished.  Please talk to Mrs. Koopman by the end of this week if you are interested in service hours for this event.  Also, Mrs. Koopman is providing treats for her helpers!

  3. Mr. James needs volunteers to help bus tables and pour drinks at the Lutheran High Brunch on Sunday, March 13.  Service hours available. Any questions, or if you would like to sign up, please talk to Mr. James.

  4. The Spanish National Honor Society will sell healthy snacks again tomorrow and Monday during break.

  5. Concordia University, Chicago will visit during 2nd hour on Monday, February 29th.  Please be sure to sign up in the office by tomorrow if you are interested in attending this visit.


Student Council is selling donuts at break today for just $1.


Service Hour Opportunities:  (Read on Tuesdays & Thursdays)

  • Students needed to help set up tables and chairs the evening of March 17 and March 18.  Students also needed to help serve ice tea, water and coffee during a banquet the evening of March 18 at Hope Church.  The banquet is hosted by International Health & Development Network to raise funds for a hospital in Ghana.

  • Douglas Avenue United Methodist Church needs assistance creating a community garden near their church (Governor & Douglas).  There is a work day set up to clean the area before planting.

  • Babysitting needed for parenting classes at Trinity Lutheran School on Saturday evenings.  

  • Springfield Area Home Builders Association 2016 Home Expo this weekend.

  • UCP 2016 Summer Camps.  

Please see the flyers on the bulletin board for contact information on each event.


Employment Opportunity:

  • Our Savior’s Preschool is seeking student workers after school.

  • A Trinity family is looking for a reliable student to pick up their child each day after school from Trinity and take him home to the Leland Grove area.  This is a paid position.  If interested, please stop by the office for contact information.

 

DAILY SHIELD

Wednesday, February 24, 2016


Word of the Week is: Honor

Bible Verse: John 5:23, “that all may honor the Son, just as they honor the Father.  Whoever does not honor the Son does not honor the Father who sent him.”


Lunch:  Antonio’s Pizza, Cash Only

Happy Birthday to:

  1. No student council meeting after school today.

  2. Honor Card applications are due in Mr. Filter’s box by 3:00pm today.

  3. Attention All Boys Basketball Players:  Coach Krager will be here today at 3:30pm to collect all CLEAN uniforms and basketball gear.

  4. Jostens will be here tomorrow from 7:30-9:00am to hand out Senior graduation gowns and other ordered items.  All balances must be paid in full to pick up your items.

  5. March 1st is the deadline to register for CACC.  See Mrs. O’Connell for further details.

  6. Mrs. Koopman is looking for 4 students to keep score, and additional students to clean up after, the upcoming elementary Math Contest.  Math Contest will be held on Saturday, March 12 beginning at 9 am.  Score keepers will need to be present from 8:45 until about 11:00 and clean up crew from 10:30  until finished.  Please talk to Mrs. Koopman by the end of this week if you are interested in service hours for this event.  Also, Mrs. Koopman is providing treats for her helpers!


Student Council is selling muffins at break today for just $1.


Service Hour Opportunities:  (Read on Tuesdays & Thursdays)

  • Students needed to help set up tables and chairs the evening of March 17 and the morning/afternoon of March 18.  Students also needed to help serve ice tea, water and coffee during a banquet the evening of March 18 at Hope Church.  The banquet is hosted by International Health & Development Network to raise funds for a hospital in Ghana.

  • Douglas Avenue United Methodist Church needs assistance creating a community garden near their church (Governor & Douglas).  There is a work day set up to clean the area before planting.

  • Babysitting needed for parenting classes at Trinity Lutheran School on Saturday evenings.  

  • Springfield Area Home Builders Association 2016 Home Expo this weekend.

  • UCP 2016 Summer Camps.  

Please see the flyers on the bulletin board for contact information on each event.


Employment Opportunity:

  • Our Savior’s Preschool is seeking student workers after school.

  • A Trinity family is looking for a reliable student to pick up their child each day after school from Trinity and take him home to the Leland Grove area.  This is a paid position.  If interested, please stop by the office for contact information.

 

DAILY SHIELD

Tuesday, February 23, 2016


Word of the Week is: Honor

Bible Verse: 1 Samuel 2:30, “ Therefore, the Lord, the God of Israel, declares:  ‘I promised that your house and the house of your father should go in and out before me forever’, but now the Lord declares: ‘far be it from me, for those who honor me I will honor, and those who despise me shall be lightly esteemed’.”


Lunch:  Option A:  Chicken Tenders w/Ranch Dip, Mashed Potatoes w/Gravy, Fruit Cup and Dinner Roll.

              Option B:  3-layer PB&J, Fresh Fruit, and Chips

Happy Birthday to: Junior Will K.

  1. Senior picture retakes are today from 1:30-3:00pm.  

  2. The Christ-Centered Crusader Bible Study group will meet tomorrow at 8:00am in Proverbs.

  3. Honor Card applications are due in Mr. Filter’s box by 3:00pm tomorrow.

  4. A Jostens rep will be here Thursday from 7:30-9:00am to hand out Senior graduation gowns and other ordered items.  All balances must be paid in full to pick up your items.

  5. Students needing to register for CACC must do so by March 1st.  See Mrs. O’Connell for further details.

  6. Two items for your calendar:  Monday, March 7 at 6:oopm is a mandatory Spring Sports Rules meeting.  If you have not already attended a rules meeting this year, attendance is mandatory to play a Spring sport.  Second, on Thursday, March 9th after school, photographers will be at school to take Spring sports pictures.

  7. Mrs. Koopman is looking for 4 students to keep score, and additional students to clean up after, the upcoming elementary Math Contest.  Math Contest will be held on Saturday, March 12 beginning at 9 am.  Score keepers will need to be present from 8:45 until about 11:00 and clean up crew from 10:30  until finished.  Please talk to Mrs. Koopman by the end of this week if you are interested in service hours for this event.  Also, Mrs. Koopman is providing treats for her helpers!


Student Council is selling bagels at break today for just $1.


Basketball Update:

The Crusaders took on cross town rival Calvary last night. After a slow start, the Crusaders were down 23-15 at half. In the second half, Senior Nate B. scored 12 of his game high 16 points and Senior Steven C. made 2 fourth quarter threes to keep the Crusaders close, but Calvary held on to win 53-48.



Service Hour Opportunities:  (Read on Tuesdays & Thursdays)

  • Our Savior’s Preschool is seeking students to work after school.

  • Babysitting at Trinity Lutheran School on Saturday evenings.  

  • Springfield Area Home Builders Association 2016 Home Expo this weekend.

  • Douglas Avenue United Methodist Church needs assistance creating a community garden.

  • United Cerebral Palsy (UCP) Land of Lincoln 2016 Summer Camps.  

Please see the flyers on the bulletin board for contact information on each event.

 

DAILY SHIELD

Monday, February 22, 2016


Word of the Week is: Honor

Bible Verse: Exodus 20:12, “Honor your father and your mother, that your days may be long in the land that the Lord your God is giving you.”


Lunch:  Option A:  Nachos w/Meat, Cheese, Shredded Lettuce & Sour Cream, Mexican Rice and Ice Cream.

              Option B:  Chicken Wrap, Fresh Fruit, and Chips

Happy Birthday to:

  1. Shoppers Blessings orders are due to Mrs. Haynes by 11:45am today.

  2. Senior picture retakes are tomorrow from 1:30-3:00pm.  Sign up for a time in the school office today!  Also, the Jostens rep will be at school on Thursday from 7:30-9:00am to hand out Senior graduation gowns and other ordered items.  All balances must be paid in order to pick up your items.

  3. The Christ-Centered Crusader Bible Study group will meet Wednesday at 8:00am in Proverbs.

  4. Students needing to register for CACC must do so by March 1st.  See Mrs. O’Connell for further details.

  5. Calendar Change:  Sixth Grade Day has been changed from March 18 to April 8.  What does this mean for you???  We WILL have school on March 18 and WILL NOT have school on April 8.

  6. The deadline for student essays, poems or thank-you letters sharing with Barnes & Noble how one of your teachers has influenced your life and why you appreciate and admire him or her is March 1st.  See the bulletin board for details.

  7. Future college visits include:  Concordia University, Chicago on February 29th; UIS - March 10; Bradley University - March 15; Illinois College - March 16; LLCC - March 22; and Truman State University on April 6.

  8. Remember your Campbell’s labels.  Until March 30th, we receive 50 bonus points for labels turned in.

  9. Students interested in participating in the 2016 New Berlin Art Fair or the Congressional Art Competition should see Ms. Black for more information.


The Spanish Honor Society is selling healthy snacks at break today for just $1.  Today’s special treat is...S’mores cups!  First come, first served.


Tonight’s Activities:

JV/V Scholastic Bowl vs Tri-City & Riverton at Riverton beginning at 4:30pm.

Varsity Boys Basketball, IHSA Regionals vs Calvary at 7:00 pm @ Triopia, Concord.


Service Hour Opportunities:  (Read on Tuesdays & Thursdays)

  • Babysitting at Trinity Lutheran School on Saturday evenings.  

  • Springfield Area Home Builders Association 2016 Home Expo on Feb. 26-28.

  • United Cerebral Palsy (UCP) Land of Lincoln 2016 Summer Camps.  

  • The Douglas Avenue United Methodist Church, located at 501 South Douglas Avenue, needs assistance creating a community garden.

All require advance sign up.  Please see the flyers on the bulletin board for contact information on each event.

 

DAILY SHIELD

Friday, February 19, 2016


Word of the Week is: Salvation

Bible Verse: 1 Chronicles 16:23, “Sing to the Lord, all the earth;  proclaim his salvation day after day.”


Lunch:  Option A:  Buffalo Chicken Sandwich, Hash Browns, Chilled Fruit, Cookie

              Option B:  3-layer PB&J, Fresh Fruit, and Chips

Happy Birthday to: Senior Lexi B.

  1. Join the fun at the Sweetheart’s “Out of this World” Dance tomorrow at LuHi from 8-11pm.  Admission is only $5 and all proceeds benefit the American Heart Association.

2.  Today’s Heart Week Trivia Question is:  True or False  Men and women have the same symptoms for heart disease?

3.  Senior recognition for Boys Basketball, Cheerleading, Scholastic Bowl, Speech and Bowling is this tonight before the Varsity Boys game.

4.  Any student needing to register for CACC must do so by March 1st.  See Mrs. O’Connell for further details.

5.  Please return your Brunch sign-up sheets.

 6.  Seniors:  to get your senior picture, email Mr. James (c.james@spiluhi.org) or bring him a flash drive.  Senior picture retakes are next Tuesday, February 23rd from 1:30-3:00pm.  Any questions, see Mr. James.  Also, the Jostens rep will be at school on Thursday from 7:30-9:00am to hand out Senior graduation gowns and other ordered items.  All balances must be paid in order to pick up your items.

7.  If you are interested in European travel, there will be an organizational meeting this Sunday afternoon at 2pm.  We will gather in the LuHi lobby (cafeteria side) and move to a classroom to discuss itinerary, dates, costs, and travel in general.  Students and parents are invited to attend this hour-long meeting to explore travel possibilities. If you are unable to attend, another meeting will be held in March or you may email Miss Burch at m.burch@spiluhi.org.  Hope to see you there!


Tonight’s Activity:

JV/Varsity Boys Basketball at Home vs. Athens beginning at 6:15pm.

Saturday Activity:

Lee Baker Fresh/Soph Boys Basketball Tourney begins tomorrow.  LuHi’s first game is scheduled for 2:30pm in Edinburg.


This week’s Academic Spotlight shines on:

Freshman Kaytlin S. in English 204 for excellent class participation, behavior, leadership, and academic performance on a single project, assignment or test, and consistent positive attitude and effort in class or on homework.

Junior Jaylynn S. for excellent academic performance on a single project, assignment or test and consistent positive effort in class or on homework in US History.

Junior Madalynn S. in Geometry for hard work and improvement.

Senior Kiersten A. for excellent participation and work in Advanced Issues class.

Senior Michael N. in English 226 for excellent class participation, behavior, leadership, and academic performance on a single project, assignment or test, and consistent positive attitude and effort in class or on homework.


This week’s Activity Spotlight shines on:

The members of the Student Council who participated with a positive attitude, set up, served, conversed with the residents, and cleaned up at the Concordia Village Sweetheart Dance.


This week’s Athletic Spotlight shines on:

Senior Nate B. in basketball for his second straight 17 point/12 rebound game and help in the team’s win vs. South County.  


Service Hour Opportunities:  (Read on Tuesdays & Thursdays)

  • Babysitting at Trinity Lutheran School on Saturday evenings.  

  • Springfield Area Home Builders Association 2016 Home Expo on Feb. 26-28.

  • United Cerebral Palsy (UCP) Land of Lincoln 2016 Summer Camps.  

All require advance sign up.  Please see the flyers on the bulletin board for contact information on each event.

 

DAILY SHIELD

Thursday, February 18, 2016


Word of the Week is: Salvation

Bible Verse: 2 Samuel 22:3, “My God is my rock, in whom I take refuge, my shield and the horn of my

salvation.  He is my stronghold, my refuge and my savior— from violent people you save me.”


Lunch:  Option A:  Two Bosco Sticks w/Marinara Sauce, Carrot & Celery Sticks w/Ranch, Fresh Fruit, Chips

              Option B:  Chef Salad, Fresh Fruit, and Chips

Happy Birthday to:

  1. Remaining Heart Week activities:

  • The Sweetheart Cafe, full of a wide variety of sweet treats, is open today,

  • Tomorrow is Frat dress Friday, and

  • Join the fun at the Sweetheart’s “Out of this World” Dance on Saturday at LuHi from 8-11pm.  Admission is only $5 and all proceeds benefit the American Heart Association.

2.  Today’s Heart Week Trivia Question is:  True or False  All symptoms of a heart attack are in your chest near your heart?

3.  There is NO JV Boys Basketball practice today.  It is a rest day.

4.  Students interested in participating in the 2016 New Berlin Art Fair or the Congressional Art Competition should see Ms. Black for more information.

5.  Senior recognition for Boys Basketball, Cheerleading, Scholastic Bowl, Speech and Bowling is this Friday before the Varsity Boys game.

6.  Please return your Brunch sign-up sheets.

7.  Seniors:  to get your senior picture, email Mr. James (c.james@spiluhi.org) or bring him a flash drive.  Senior picture retakes are next Tuesday, February 23rd from 1:30-3:00pm. Any questions see Mr. James.

8.  If you are interested in European travel, there will be an organizational meeting this Sunday afternoon at 2pm.  We will gather in the LuHi lobby (cafeteria side) and move to a classroom to discuss itinerary, dates, costs, and travel in general.  Students and parents are invited to attend this hour-long meeting to explore travel possibilities. If you are unable to attend, another meeting will be held in March or you may email Miss Burch at m.burch@spiluhi.org.  Hope to see you there!


Tonight’s Activities:

JV/Varsity Scholastic Bowl vs. Nokomis & North Mac at North Mac beginning at 4:45pm.


Service Hour Opportunities:  (Read on Tuesdays & Thursdays)

  • Babysitting at Trinity Lutheran School on Saturday evenings.  

  • Springfield Area Home Builders Association 2016 Home Expo on Feb. 26-28.

  • United Cerebral Palsy (UCP) Land of Lincoln 2016 Summer Camps.  

All require advance sign up.  Please see the flyers on the bulletin board for contact information on each event.

 

DAILY SHIELD

Wednesday, February 17, 2016


Word of the Week is: Salvation

Bible Verse: Exodus 15:2, “The Lord is my strength and my defense; he has become my salvation.  He is my God, and I will praise him.”


Lunch:  Antonio’s Pizza, Cash Only

Happy Birthday to:

  1. The Senior Pictures taken at school are in. Email Mr. James  (c.james@spiluhi.org) and he will email you a copy, or bring him a flash drive and he will put the picture on that.  Senior picture retakes will be next Tuesday, February 23rd from 1:30-3:00pm. Any questions see Mr. James.

  2. Remaining Heart Week activities:

  • Dress up days are:  Throwback Thursday and Frat dress Friday,

  • The Sweetheart Cafe returns tomorrow, and

  • Join the fun at the Sweetheart’s “Out of this World” Dance on Saturday at LuHi from 8-11pm for only $5.  Proceeds benefit the American Heart Association.

2.  Today’s Heart Week Trivia Question is:  What is the number one cause of death in men and women in

the United States?

3.   Students interested in participating in the 2016 New Berlin Art Fair or the Congressional Art

Competition should see Ms. Black for more information.

4.  Senior recognition for Boys Basketball, Cheerleading, Scholastic Bowl, Speech and Bowling is this

Friday before the Varsity Boys game.  Senior questionnaires are due to the school office today by 3:00pm.

5.  Volunteers still needed for the LuHi brunch.  Please return the sign up sheet that was emailed home

with the February Ledger.

6.   Remember your Campbell’s labels.  We are collecting as many as possible until the end of the school

year.  Until March 30th, we receive 50 bonus points for labels turned in.  


Student Council will sell muffins at break today for just $1.


Boys Basketball Update:

The Crusaders beat South County 44-43 last night behind Senior Nate B.'s 17 point-12 rebound performance. The Crusaders were down by as many as 15 points early in the first half and battled back to improve to 10-18. Lutheran takes on Athens Friday night.


Tonight’s Activities:

9th Grade Boys Basketball at Home vs Athens beginning at 6:00pm.


Service Hour Opportunities:  (Read on Tuesdays & Thursdays)

  • Babysitting at Trinity Lutheran School on Saturday evenings.  

  • Springfield Area Home Builders Association 2016 Home Expo on Feb. 26-28.

  • United Cerebral Palsy (UCP) Land of Lincoln 2016 Summer Camps.  

All require advance sign up.  Please see the flyers on the bulletin board for contact information on each event.

 

DAILY SHIELD

Tuesday, February 16, 2016


Word of the Week is: Salvation

Bible Verse: 2 Samuel 22:3, “my God is my rock, in whom I take refuge, my shield and the horn of my salvation.”


Lunch:  Option A:  Baked Chicken, Mashed Potatoes w/Gravy, Fruit Cup, and Dinner Roll

  Option B:  Chicken Wrap, Fresh Fruit, and Chips

Happy Birthday on Sunday to: Freshman Andrew U.

  1. Today, please welcome Khoi N. shadowing with Freshman Hank H.

  2. This is Heart Week.

  • Remaining dress up days are:  Tomorrow - Wacky Tacky Tourist day; Throwback Thursday; and Frat dress Friday.

  • The Sweetheart Cafe is open today and will return again on Thursday.

  • Join the fun at the Sweetheart’s “Out of this World” Dance on Friday at LuHi from 8-11pm for only $5.  Proceeds benefit the American Heart Association.

4.   Today’s Heart Week Trivia Question is:  Which of these is NOT considered a heart attack warning sign?

  1. Cold Sweats

  2. Nausea

  3. Food cravings

  4. Light-headedness

5.  Western Illinois University is visiting today during 7th hour.

6.  Shopper’s Blessings orders due to Mrs. Haynes by 11:45am today.

7.  Christ-Centered Crusaders Bible Study will meet tomorrow at 8:00am in Proverbs.

8.  Senior recognition for Boys Basketball, Cheerleading, Scholastic Bowl, Speech and Bowling is this

Friday prior to the varsity basketball game.  Please complete and return your Senior questionnaire to the school office by Wednesday at 3:00pm.

9.   Our Jostens reps will be at school on Thursday, Feb 25th from 7:30-9:00am to hand out Senior

graduation gowns and other ordered items.  All balances must be paid in order to pick up your items.

10.  Volunteers still needed for the brunch.  Please return the sign up sheet that was emailed home with the

February Ledger.

11.   Remember your Campbell’s labels.  We are collecting as many as possible until the end of the school

year.  Until March 30th, we receive 50 bonus points for labels turned in.  


Student Council will sell bagels at break today for just $1.


Boys Basketball Update:

The Crusaders took on Sangamon Valley Saturday.  Coming out to a slow start, the Crusaders were down 14 early then fought back.  Lutheran took the lead on a Nate Bahr basket late in the 4th, but Sangamon Valley tied it to force overtime. In overtime, Lutheran outscored Sangamon Valley 10-7 to win 52-49. Senior Nate B. lead the scoring for Lutheran with 17, with Seniors Ethan R. and Steven C. both adding 13.


Tonight’s Activities:

JV/V Boys Basketball at Home vs South County beginning at 6:15pm.


Service Hour Opportunities:  (Read on Tuesdays & Thursdays)

  • Babysitting at Trinity Lutheran School on Saturday evenings.  

  • Springfield Area Home Builders Association 2016 Home Expo on Feb. 26-28.

  • “Symphony of Chocolate” on Feb. 14th at Our Savior’s.

  • United Cerebral Palsy (UCP) Land of Lincoln 2016 Summer Camps need volunteers this summer.  Staffing needed for both Overnight and Day Camps.  

All of these events require advance sign up.  Please see the flyers on the bulletin board for contact information on each event.

 

DAILY SHIELD

Friday, February 12, 2016


Word of the Week is: Miracle

Bible Verse: Ephesians 3:20 - “Now to him who is able to do immeasurably more than all we ask or imagine,  according to his power that is at work within us.”


Lunch:  Option A:  Chicken Sandwich, Potato Wedges, Broccoli/Cauliflower Florets, and Chips

  Option B:  3-Layer PB&J, Fresh Fruit, and Chips

Happy Birthday on Sunday to: Senior Jeremiah S.

  1. Today, we welcome our Grandparents to Lutheran High.  Those students with Grandparents attending are reminded that you will eat with your Grandparents in the gym and should NOT order a school lunch.

  2. Girls soccer conditioning today from 3:30 till around 4:45.  Any questions, talk to Coach James.

  3. Attention all Track team members: Last chance to order from the Team Store.  Please get your order in before Monday, Feb. 15 at 8:00am.

  4. On Monday, Feb 15th, we will celebrate Presidents’ Day with a day off school.  See you on Tuesday morning (Chapel Schedule).

  5. Senior recognition for boys basketball, cheerleading, Scholastic Bowl, Speech and Bowling will be next Friday, Feb. 19 prior to the varsity basketball game.  Please complete and return your Senior questionnaire to the school office by Wednesday.

  6. Next week is Heart Week.

  •  Pick up your t-shirts for $10 and wristbands for $2.

  •  Dress up days are:  Tuesday - RED day; Wednesday - Wacky Tacky Tourist day; Thursday -  

 Throwback Thursday; Friday - Frat dress day.

  •  Join the fun at the Sweetheart’s Dance on Feb. 20th at LuHi from 8-11pm for only $5.

           All proceeds benefit the American Heart Association.

5.   Western Illinois University is visiting Tuesday during 7th hour.  If you are interested, this is your last day to sign up.

6.   This is the last year for schools to benefit from Campbell’s and Pepperidge Farm UPC labels.  Due to a decrease in participation, the company has decided to discontinue the program; therefore, we are trying to collect as many Campbell’s and Pepperidge Farm UPC labels as possible until the end of school.  Help your school earn money on food items you are already using!


The Spanish Honor Society is selling some delicious and healthy treats during break today.  There is a special treat as well.  First come, first served.  All items are just $1.


Tonight’s Activities:

Varsity Boys basketball at home vs. Mt. Olive beginning at 7:00pm.


Activities on Saturday:

Varsity Boys Basketball Riverton Shootout beginning at 11:00am.

JV Boys Basketball at the Lee Baker Tourney in Edinburg beginning at 3:00pm.




Today’s Academic Spotlight shines on:

Senior Riley M. in Economics and Elements of Writing for consistent positive attitude, and excellent class participation, behavior, leadership, and academic performance on a single project, assignment or test.

Junior Lauren L. for excellent class participation, behavior, leadership and academic performance on a single project, assignment or test and for consistent positive attitude and effort in class or on homework in World Lit and Chemistry.

Sophomore Jack W. for excellent participation and work in Religion class.

Sophomore Maggie G. for excellent work and test score on the last unit in Religion and excellent class participation in PE.


Today’s Activity Spotlight shines on:

The Speech Team’s IHSA Individual Regional Competition performance by Freshmen Garrett D., Danielle L. and David L..

Poetry Out Loud participants Seniors Adam R. and Michelle F. for excellent performances at the Illinois Regional competition.


Today’s Athletic Spotlight shines on:

Junior Katie E. for extraordinary efforts and contributions to the basketball team.


Service Hour Opportunities:  (Read on Tuesdays & Thursdays)

  • Babysitting at Trinity Lutheran School on Saturday evenings.  

  • Springfield Area Home Builders Association 2016 Home Expo on Feb. 26-28.

  • “Symphony of Chocolate” on Feb. 14th at Our Savior’s.

  • United Cerebral Palsy (UCP) Land of Lincoln 2016 Summer Camps need volunteers this summer.  Staffing needed for both Overnight and Day Camps.  

All of these events require advance sign up.  Please see the flyers on the bulletin board for contact information on each event.

 

DAILY SHIELD
Thursday, February 11, 2016

Word of the Week is: Miracle
Bible Verse: Psalm 77:14 - “You are the God who performs miracles; you display your power among the peoples.”

Lunch: Option A: Baked Potato w/Chili, Crackers, Bacon Bits & Sour Cream, Side Salad w/Ranch, and Dinner Roll

Option B: Chef Salad, Fresh Fruit, and Chips

Happy Birthday today to: Bernadette T. and Brigid T.
1. Girls soccer conditioning today and tomorrow from 3:30 till around 4:45. Any questions, talk to Coach James.
2. Attention all Track team members: If you did not get a chance to order from the Team Store, it has been re-opened until this Monday, Feb. 15 closing at 8:00am. Please get your orders in.
3. Tomorrow is the last break the dress code day for $1 in support of the American Heart Association.
4. The Spanish NHS healthy bake sale is back tomorrow at break. All items are just $1.
5. The boys basketball game on Friday night is VARSITY ONLY and will begin at 7:00pm.
6. On Monday, there will be no school in honor of Presidents’ Day.
7. Western Illinois University is visiting next Tuesday, Feb. 16th during 7th hour. If you are interested, please be sure to sign up in the school office today.
8. Next week is Heart Week. Pick up your t-shirts for $10 and wristbands for $2. Also, join the fun at the Sweetheart’s Dance on Feb. 20th at LuHi from 8-11pm for only $5. All proceeds from the shirts, bands, and the “out of this world” dance benefit the American Heart Association.  Finally, what you’ve all been waiting for….the dress days for next week.  Tuesday is RED day.  Wednesday is Wacky Tacky Tourist day.  Thursday is Throwback Thursday.  Friday is Frat day.
Student Council is selling donuts for just $1 today at break.


Tonight’s Activities:
9th Grade Boys Basketball at HOME vs New Berlin beginning at 6:00pm.
JV/V Scholastic Bowl at Williamsville vs. Lincoln & Williamsville beginning at 4:30pm.

Service Hour Opportunities: (Read on Tuesdays & Thursdays)

  • Babysitting at Trinity Lutheran School on Saturday evenings.
  • Springfield Area Home Builders Association 2016 Home Expo on Feb. 26-28.
  • “Symphony of Chocolate” on Feb. 14th at Our Savior’s.
  • United Cerebral Palsy (UCP) Land of Lincoln 2016 Summer Camps need volunteers this summer. Staffing needed for both Overnight and Day Camps.

All of these events require advance sign up. Please see the flyers on the bulletin board for contact information on each event.

 


DAILY SHIELD

Wednesday, February 10, 2016


Word of the Week is: Miracle

Bible Verse: Job 5:9 - “He performs wonders that cannot be fathomed, miracles that cannot be counted.”


Lunch:  Antonio’s Pizza, Cash Only

Happy Birthday today to:

  1. Honor Card applications are due in Mr. Filter’s box by 3:00pm today.

  2. Praise Band:  reminder that we have practice tomorrow morning.

  3. Girls soccer will begin conditioning Thursday and Friday this week starting at 3:30 and going till around 4:45. Any questions, talk to Coach James.

  4. Valentine Carnation grams are being sold through Thursday’s lunch for just $1 with delivery during lunch on Friday.

  5. Remember Heart Week t-shirts for $10 and wristbands for $2.

  6. Please return your Brunch donation and volunteer sheet to the Association office.

  7. Senior recognition for boys basketball and cheerleaders will be Friday, Feb. 19 prior to the varsity game.

  8. Jostens reps will be at school on Thursday, Feb 25th from 7:30-9:00am to hand out Senior graduation gowns and items ordered.  Bills for remaining balances have already been mailed home.  All balances must be paid in order to pick up your items.

  9. The boys basketball game on Friday night is VARSITY ONLY and will begin at 7:00pm.

  10. Barnes & Noble is now accepting student essays, poems, or thank-you letters (500 words or less on 8.5" x 11" white paper) sharing how a teacher has influenced their life and why they appreciate and admire them. Each composition should be submitted with an entry form signed by a parent or legal guardian.  The deadline for submission is March 1st.

  11. Future college visits include:  Western Illinois University on Feb 16;  Concordia University, Chicago on February 29th; UIS - March 10; LLCC - March 22; and Truman State University on April 6.


Student Council is selling muffins for just $1 today at break.


Boys Basketball Update:

13 players scored last night as the Crusaders cruised to a victory over Greenview, 63-42.  Junior Jacob P. led the Crusaders with 15 points.


Tonight’s Activities:

Senior Adam R. continues on in the Regional Poetry Out Loud competition this afternoon at the Old State Capitol.  Senior Michelle F. will present a recitation as well.


Service Hour Opportunities:  (Read on Tuesdays & Thursdays)

  • Babysitting at Trinity Lutheran School on Saturday evenings.  

  • Springfield Area Home Builders Association 2016 Home Expo on Feb. 26-28.

  • “Symphony of Chocolate” on Feb. 14th at Our Savior’s.

  • United Cerebral Palsy (UCP) Land of Lincoln 2016 Summer Camps need volunteers this summer.  They offer both Overnight and Day Camps.  

All of these events require advance sign up.  Please see the flyers on the bulletin board for contact information on each event.

 

DAILY SHIELD

Tuesday, February 9, 2016


Word of the Week is: Miracle

Bible Verse: Matthew 19:26 - “With man, this is impossible, but with God, all things are possible.”


Lunch:  Option A:  Fiery Chicken Fingers, Side Salad w/Ranch, Chilled Peaches, Dinner Roll

              Option B:  3-Layer PB&J, Fresh Fruit, and Chips

Happy Birthday today to: Freshman Laura B.

  1. Tomorrow is an 8:00am start day, and we will be on Chapel Schedule.

  2. Honor Card applications are due in Mr. Filter’s box by 3:00pm tomorrow.

  3. Please return your Brunch donation and volunteer sheet to the Association office.

  4. This is the last week to order your Valentine Carnation grams from the cheerleaders during lunch for just $1. Carnations will be delivered Friday during lunch.

  5. Next week is Heart Week.  Remember to purchase your Heart Week t-shirt for $10 and wristband for $2.  All proceeds go to the American Heart Association.

  6. Do you want to go to a dance that is “out of this world?”  Come to the Sweetheart’s Dance on Feb. 20th at LuHi from 8-11pm for only $5.  Profit benefits the American Heart Association.  Hope to see you there!


Student Council is selling bagels for just $1 today at break.


Girls Basketball Update:

Led by Junior Elisabeth B.'s 21 points, the Lady Crusaders defeated Calvary 71-49 in an IHSA Regional Quarterfinal game held last night in Lewistown.  Junior Katie E. and Senior Kiersten A. scored 17 and 10 points respectively to aid in the win which featured scoring from every player on the roster.  Regional semifinals continue tonite in Lewistown as the girls play the host school at 7:30.


Tonight’s Activities:

JV/V Boys Basketball at home vs. Greenview High School beginning at 6:15pm.

Varsity Girls Basketball at Lewistown at 7:30pm.

JV/V Scholastic Bowl at Ashland vs LOEB League - Rochester/AC Central/Mt. Pulaski beginning at 5:00pm.


Service Hour Opportunities:  (Read on Tuesdays & Thursdays)

Three opportunities currently available.  See the flyers on the bulletin board for contact information on each event.

  • Babysitting at Trinity Lutheran School on Saturday evenings.  

  • Several opportunities available at the Springfield Area Home Builders Association 2016 Home Expo at the Convention Center during the weekend of Feb. 26-28 taking tickets, collecting food bank donations, and working with children during a Lego contest.

  • Finally, who doesn’t love chocolate? Here’s your chance to indulge your sweet tooth and earn some service hours at the same time. On Sunday, February 14th (Valentine’s Day), Our Savior’s is sponsoring an event called “Symphony of Chocolate”!!  through which we will share God’s glory through music and chocolate.  Several volunteers are needed to help decorate and set up, clean up, bake chocolate treats, and perform music during the event.

DAILY SHIELD

Monday, February 8, 2016


Word of the Week is: Miracle

Bible Verse: Deuteronomy 10:21 - “He is the one you praise; he is your God, who performed for you those great and awesome wonders you saw with your own eyes.”


Lunch:  Option A:  Turkey Bacon Cheeseburger, Potato Wedges, Fresh Fruit, and Ice Cream

              Option B:  Chicken Wrap, Fresh Fruit, and Chips

Happy Birthday today to: Freshman Sarah T.

  1. Shopper’s Blessings orders due to Mrs. Haynes by 11:45am today.

  2. Wednesday is an 8:00am start day, and we will be on Chapel Schedule.

  3. Congratulations to Lutheran High School Speech Team members Freshman Garrett D., Freshman Danielle L., and Freshman David L. who competed and advanced to the final round of the IHSA Regional Speech Competition on Saturday at Chatham Glenwood High School.  Danielle and David placed 6th in the final round of the Humorous Duet Acting category and Garrett also placed 6th in the final round of the Dramatic Interpretation category.  The Lutheran High Speech team placed 8th overall.

  4. Please return your Brunch donation and volunteer sheet to the Association office.

  5. There is a prom committee meeting tomorrow morning at 7:15am.

  6. This is the last week to order your Valentine Carnation grams from the cheerleaders during lunch for just $1. Carnations will be delivered Friday during lunch.

  7. Grandparents’ Day is this Friday during lunch.  

  8. Do you want to go to a dance that is “out of this world?”, then come to the Sweetheart’s Dance on Feb. 20th at LuHi from 8-11pm for only $5.  Hope to see you there!

  9. Finally, the temperature will drop steadily during the day as snow continues to fall.  The sidewalks are salted, but please, be careful walking to the Quad and when you leave school today.  For those driving home, please drive cautiously.


Spanish NHS will sell healthy snacks today at break for $1.  Today’s featured items are...Valentine’s Day snack mix and S’mores cups.  Hurry to the lunchroom...they won’t last long.


Boys Basketball Update:

At Mount Pulaski on Friday night, Junior Riley O. hit four 3-pointers, made 8 of 10 free throws, and finished with a game-high 22 points, while Junior Jacob P. added 11 points to lead Lutheran to a non-conference win over the Hilltoppers.

Girls Basketball Update:

Although falling to Metro East on Saturday afternoon, Junior Katie E. shined scoring 27 points for the Crusaders.


Tonight’s Activities:

Varsity Girls Basketball IHSA Regionals vs Calvary - 7:30pm at Lewistown

JV/V Scholastic Bowl at HOME vs Virginia at 4:30pm


Service Hour Opportunities:  (Read on Tuesdays & Thursdays)

  • Opportunities are available babysitting for parenting classes at Trinity Lutheran School on Saturday evenings from 6:30-8:30pm for the next 8 weeks.  

  • Several opportunities available at the Springfield Area Home Builders Association 2016 Home Expo at the Convention Center during the weekend of Feb. 26-28 taking tickets, collecting food bank donations, and working with children during a Lego contest.

  • Who doesn’t love chocolate? Here’s your chance to indulge your sweet tooth and earn some service hours at the same time. On Sunday, February 14th (Valentine’s Day), Our Savior’s is sponsoring an event called “Symphony of Chocolate”!!  through which we will share God’s glory through music and chocolate.  Several volunteers are needed to help decorate and set up, clean up, bake chocolate treats for and perform music during the event.

Please see the flyers on the bulletin board for contact information on each event.

 

DAILY SHIELD

Friday, February 5, 2016


Word of the Week is: Teach

Bible Verse:  Isaiah 48:17 - “I am the Lord your God, who teaches you what is best for you, who directs you in the way you should go.”


Lunch:  Option A:  BBQ Pork Rib on Bun, Potato Wedges, Fresh Fruit, and Chips

              Option B:  3-Layer PB&J, Fresh Fruit, and Chips

Happy Birthday today to: Sophomore Gabby C.

Happy Birthday on Sunday to: Junior Trevor W.


  1. Please mark your calendars for two important changes:

    1. Sixth Grade Day has been changed from March 18 to April 8.  What does this mean for you???  We WILL now have school on March 18 and WILL NOT have school on April 8.

    2. Next Wednesday is an 8:00am start day, and we will be on Chapel Schedule.

  2. Senior recognition for girls basketball is tomorrow.  Please come to the girls’ last home game.  Cheer on our Lady Crusaders as they finish out their season and cheer on Kiersten as she celebrates her high school basketball career and looks forward to her future endeavors.


Spanish NHS will sell healthy snacks today at break for $1.  Today’s special is...


Tonight’s Activities:

JV/V Boys Basketball at Mt. Pulaski beginning at 6:15pm

Saturday’s Activities:

The IHSA Regional Individual Speech Competition will be held Saturday at Chatham Glenwood High School. We cheer on Garrett D., Danielle L. and David L., who will represent Lutheran High School.

9th Grade Boys Basketball at HOME vs Tri-City at 10:00am

JV/V Girls Basketball at HOME vs. Metro East Lutheran High School


This week’s Academic Spotlight shines on:

Senior Adam M. in Government for consistent positive attitude and excellent class participation, behavior, leadership, and academic performance on a single project, assignment, or test.

Junior Sam D. for excellent class participation behavior and leadership in Religion and PE.

Sophomore Abbi M. in Geometry for major improvement in attitude and/or academics and great improvement on her last test!

Sophomore Ben A. for excellent class participation, behavior, and leadership in Religion.


This week’s Athletic Spotlight shines on:

Junior Kaitlyn W. for steady leadership and great effort on behalf of the Girls Basketball program.

Junior Jacob P. for leading boys basketball in scoring the last two games.  He is team player; does what coach needs without complaint, and is playing the best he has all year.

Sophomore Gabby C., in cheerleading, for always being a team player and doing whatever she needs to do in order to help the entire team succeed. She has a smile that radiates and a personality that makes others want to be around. She exemplifies team spirit by working hard at practice, being on time, doing everything to the best of her ability, and helping her fellow squad members learn and be their best, and she never asks for anything in return. She is a model cheerleader for all of the younger girls and represents the Crusaders well.



Service Hour Opportunities:  (Read on Tuesdays & Thursdays)

  • Opportunities are available babysitting for parenting classes at Trinity Lutheran School on Saturday evenings from 6:30-8:30pm for the next 9 weeks.  Please see the flyer on the bulletin board for additional information.

  • Several opportunities available at the Springfield Area Home Builders Association 2016 Home Expo at the Convention Center during the weekend of Feb. 26-28 taking tickets, collecting food bank donations, and working with children during a Lego contest.  Details and contact information are on the bulletin board.

 

DAILY SHIELD

Thursday, February 4, 2016


Word of the Week is: Teach

Bible Verse:  Matthew 28:20 - “and teaching them to obey everything I have commanded you.  And surely I am with you always, to the very end of the age.”


Lunch:  Option A:  Chicken Patty on Bun, Side Salad w/Ranch, Peach Cup, and Cookie

              Option B:  Chef Salad, Fresh Fruit, and Chips

Happy Birthday to:

  1. Please welcome Kaya D. shadowing with Freshman Savannah S.; and Brayden S. shadowing with Freshman Henry H.

  2. Tomorrow is break the dress code day for just $1.  Proceeds go directly to the American Heart Association.

  3. Next Wednesday, Feb 10 is an 8:00am start day, and we will be on Chapel Schedule.  

  4. The Spanish NHS healthy bake sale returns tomorrow.  Purchase healthy snacks during tomorrow’s break for just $1.

  5. There will be a read-through for the musical tonight from 6-9pm.  Everyone needs to be there.

  6. Order your Valentine Carnation grams today during lunch for just $1.

  7. Purchase your Heart Week t-shirt for $10 and wristband for $2.  All proceeds go to the American Heart Association.

  8. Remember to submit Sophomore group pictures and Christmas Dance pictures for the yearbook.

  9. U of I Chicago visits today during 6th hour.   

  10. Senior recognition for girls basketball is this Saturday, Feb. 6; and Senior recognition for boys basketball and cheerleaders will be Friday, Feb. 19 prior to the varsity game.


Student Council will sell donuts today at break for $1.



Service Hour Opportunities:  (Read on Tuesdays & Thursdays)

  • Opportunities are available babysitting for parenting classes at Trinity Lutheran School on Saturday evenings from 6:30-8:30pm for the next 9 weeks.  Please see the flyer on the bulletin board for additional information.

  • Several opportunities available at the Springfield Area Home Builders Association 2016 Home Expo at the Convention Center during the weekend of Feb. 26-28 taking tickets, collecting food bank donations, and working with children during a Lego contest.  Details and contact information are on the bulletin board.

 

DAILY SHIELD

Wednesday, February 3, 2016


Word of the Week is: Teach

Bible Verse:  Psalm 119:33 - “Teach me O Lord, the way of your decrees, that I may follow it to the end.”


Lunch:  Antonio’s Pizza, Cash Only

     Lunch Servers:  1st Lunch - Logan A. & Colin G.; 2nd Lunch - Gabby C. & Garrett D.;  3rd Lunch - Nick L. & Lexi B.

Happy Birthday to:

  1. Next Wednesday, Feb 10 is an 8:00am start day, and we will be on Chapel Schedule.

  2. Remember to order your Valentine Carnation grams during lunch until Feb 10 -  just $1. The flowers will be distributed by the cheerleaders during lunches on Feb 12th.

  3. Purchase your Heart Week t-shirt for $10 and wristband for $2.  All proceeds go to the American Heart Association.

  4. Anyone wishing to play girls soccer this spring, please see Lexi B. during the day or immediately after school in the cafeteria.

  5. Remember to submit Sophomore group pictures and Christmas Dance pictures for the yearbook.

  6. This week’s college visits include: U of I Chicago tomorrow during 6th hour.   A new college rep visit has been added:  Concordia University, Chicago will visit during 2nd hour on February 29th.  If you want to attend college visits, please sign up in the office.


Student Council will sell muffins at break for $1.


Girls Basketball Update:

Utilizing a balanced scoring attack, the Lady Crusaders outscored Triopia in every quarter last evening to defeat the Lady Trojans 65-38 at LuHi last night.  Junior Kaitlyn W. led the way with 18 points, which included a perfect 6 for 6 from the foul line. In all, 3 players scored in double figures to help the ladies earn their 14th victory of the year, 4 better than all of last season.  The last home game will be Saturday afternoon against rival Metro East Lutheran.  The JV game begins at 1:30 with the Varsity to follow.  We will also honor  Senior  Kiersten A. at this game.


Service Hour Opportunities:  (Read on Tuesdays & Thursdays)

Service hour opportunities are available babysitting for parenting classes at Trinity Lutheran School on Saturday evenings from 6:30-8:30pm for the next 9 weeks.  Please see the flyer on the bulletin board for additional information.

 

Tuesday, February 2, 2016


Word of the Week is: Teach

Bible Verse:  Exodus 4:12 - “I will be with your mouth, and teach you what to say.”


Lunch:  Option A: Jumbo Pizza Bagel, Side Salad w/Ranch, Fresh Fruit, and Ice Cream

              Option B:  3-layer PB&J, Fresh Fruit, and Chips

Happy Birthday to:

  1. Happy Groundhog Day!

  2. The Christ-Centered Crusaders Bible Study will meet tomorrow morning in Proverbs at 8:00am.

  3. The following students will receive Honor Cards:  Viauna H., John A., and Amelia S..  Those inquiring as to why they were denied may see Mr. Filter.

  4. Remember to order your Valentine Carnation grams from a cheerleader during lunch for just $1 each before Feb 10. The flowers will be distributed by the cheerleaders during lunches on Feb 12th.

  5. Purchase your Heart Week t-shirt for $10 and wristband for $2.  All proceeds go to the American Heart Association.

  6. Remember to submit Sophomore group pictures and Christmas Dance pictures via the yearbook app, "YearbookSnap."  Any questions, see Mr. James.

  7. This week’s college visits include:  Blackburn College tomorrow during 1st hour and U of I Chicago on Thursday during 6th hour.  Future visits include:  Western Illinois University on Feb 16;  UIS  -  March 10; LLCC - March 22; and Truman State University on April 6.  If you want to attend college visits, please sign up in the office.


Student Council will sell bagels at break for $1.


Activities tonight:

Scholastic Bowl at Home vs. LOEB League - Williamsville & North Mac beginning at 5:00pm.

Girls JV/V Basketball at Home vs. Triopia beginning at 6:15pm.

Boys JV/V Basketball at Riverton Hawk Center beginning at 6:00pm.


Service Hour Opportunities:  (Read on Tuesdays & Thursdays)

Service hour opportunities are available babysitting for parenting classes at Trinity Lutheran School on Saturday evenings from 6:30-8:30pm for the next 9 weeks.  Please see the flyer on the bulletin board for additional information.

 

DAILY SHIELD

Monday, February 1, 2016


Word of the Week is: Teach

Bible Verse:  Isaiah 2:3 - “And many peoples will come and say, “Come let us go up to the mountain of the Lord to the temple of the God of Jacob.  He will teach us his ways so that we may walk in his paths.”


Lunch:  Option A: 3 Chicken Enchiladas with lettuce and sour cream, Mexican Rice, and Tostido Chips

              Option B:  Chicken Wrap, Fresh Fruit, and Chips

Happy Birthday to: Senior James B.

  1. Please welcome Alexis M., shadowing with Freshman Laura B.; and also Michaela G., shadowing with Freshman Cara A.

  2. Shopper’s Blessings due to Mrs. Haynes by 11:45am today.

  3. There will be a prom committee meeting tomorrow morning at 7:30am.

  4. Remember to order your Valentine Carnation grams from a cheerleader during lunch for just $1 each before Feb 10. The flowers will be distributed by the cheerleaders during lunches on Feb 12th.

  5. Heart Week is rapidly approaching.  Remember to purchase your t-shirt for $10 and wristband for $2.  All proceeds go to the American Heart Association.

  6. Remember to submit Sophomore group pictures and Christmas Dance pictures via the yearbook app, "YearbookSnap."  Any questions, see Mr. James.

  7. This week’s college visits include:  Blackburn College on Wednesday during 1st hour and U of I Chicago on Thursday during 6th hour.  If you want to attend college visits, please sign up in the office.


Spanish NHS will sell healthy snacks at break today for $1.  Today’s special treat is chocolate-covered pretzels - first come, first served.  Gracias!


Activities tonight:

JV/V Scholastic Bowl vs. Pawnee & Raymond at Pawnee beginning at 4:30pm.


Service Hour Opportunities:  (Read on Tuesdays & Thursdays)

Service hour opportunities are available babysitting for parenting classes at Trinity Lutheran School on Saturday evenings from 6:30-8:30pm for the next 9 weeks.

 

DAILY SHIELD

Friday, January 29, 2016

Word of the Week is: Gracious

Bible Verse:  Nehemiah 9:31 - “But in your great mercy you did not put an end to them or abandon them, for you are a gracious and merciful God.”


Lunch:  Option A: Taco Burger on Bun, lettuce and cheese, Chilled Fruit, and Cookie

              Option B:  3-layer PB&J, Fresh Fruit, and Chips

Happy Birthday to:

  1. Teachers, please dismiss NHS students from class at 9:50am today.  NHS members, please meet in Mrs. Quigg’s room at 9:50 to prepare for the auction.

  2. Remember to order your Valentine Carnation grams for just $1 each before Feb 10. The flowers will be distributed by the cheerleaders during lunches on Feb 12th.

  3. Next week’s college visits include:  Blackburn College on Wednesday during 1st hour and U of I Chicago on Thursday during 6th hour.  If you want to attend college visits, please sign up in the office.

  4. There will be a Softball open gym on tomorrow at Calvary Academy from 4-6pm.


Spanish NHS will sell healthy snacks such as pumpkin bars, chocolate covered pretzels, and caramel dipped apples at break today and Monday for $1.


Scholastic Bowl Update:

The JV and Varsity teams defeated both Plains and New Berlin in competition last night.


Girls Basketball Update:

The Lady Crusaders defeated Pawnee last night 51-35 to even their MSM Conference record at 3-3.  Three girls scored in double figures last evening as Juniors Katie E. scored 14, Elizabeth B. scored 13, and Kaitlyn W. scored 10.  The JV team was also victorious.  The next game will be on Tuesday, Feb 2 at home vs. Triopia, beginning with the JV at 6:15.  It will be the first home date for the ladies since December 18th.


Activities tonight and tomorrow:

Tonight, Varsity Boys Basketball at the Auburn Tourney vs Calvary at 8:00 pm in Auburn.

Saturday, Varsity Boys Basketball vs North Mac at 2:00 pm in Auburn.


This week’s Academic Spotlight shines on:

Freshman Amanda M. in Spanish 1, 7th Hour, excellent class participation, behavior, leadership, and consistent positive attitude.

Junior Alec B. for excellent participation, behavior, leadership, and consistent positive attitude in Spanish II and Praise Band.

Senior Dylan W. in Novels, 5th Hour, for excellent academic performance on a project, assignment, or test.


This week’s Activity Spotlight shines on:

The Scholastic Bowl teams.  Working together under the guidance of their coaches, our Varsity and JV Scholastic Bowl Teams are off to a great start on the season, including a win over Plains, with their 700+ student enrollment, last night.  Special mention to Junior Sam D. for contributing 9 total toss-ups on the night.


This week’s Athletic Spotlight shines on:

Junior Riley O., in basketball, for scoring 18 and 16 points in back to back games in the Auburn tournament.

Sophomore Maddy E., in basketball, for her inspirational, hustling defensive play that motivates her teammates.

 

DAILY SHIELD

Thursday, January 28, 2016


Word of the Week is: Gracious

Bible Verse:  Numbers 6:25 - “The Lord make his face shine on you and be gracious to you.”


Lunch:  Option A: Hot Dog on Bun, Chili, Side Salad w/Ranch, and Frito Corn Chips

              Option B:  Chef Salad, Fresh Fruit, and Chips

Happy Birthday to:

  1. Tomorrow, we will be on Assembly Schedule.

  2. Tomorrow is also American Heart Association break the dress code day; and don’t forget to pick up your Heart Week t-shirts for $10 and wristbands for $2 with all proceeds going to AHA.

  3. Remember to order your Valentine Carnation grams for just $1 each before Feb 10.

  4. The National Honor Society will hold its annual auction tomorrow during assembly time.  Auction items include: a break the dress code day, LuHi apparel, a Buffalo Wild Wings dinner and movie for 2,

class extension slips, dream dates, freshmen serfs, scrumptious meals and tasty treats,

Valentine, coffee, and Star Wars gift baskets, candy art, and a custom made Crusader afghan.  

Cash or check payments only.

  1. Gustavus Adolfus College is visiting tomorrow during 3rd hour. Next week’s visits include:  Blackburn College on Wednesday during 1st hour and U of I Chicago on Thursday during 6th hour.  If you want to attend college visits, please sign up in the office.

  2. Come to the Spanish NHS healthy bake sale every Monday and Friday at break.  Choices include pumpkin bars, chocolate covered pretzels, and caramel dipped apples all for $1 each.

  3. There will be a Softball open gym on Saturday from 4-6pm at Calvary Academy.


Student Council will sell donuts at break today for $1.


Boys Basketball Update:

The Crusaders lost to South County last night 41-32. Senior Steven C. led the Crusaders with 12 points. The Crusaders are back in action Friday night vs Calvary.


Activities tonight:

JV/V Scholastic Bowl vs Plains & New Berlin at Pleasant Plains beginning at 4:30pm.

JV/V Girls Basketball at Pawnee beginning at 6:15pm.

JV Boys Basketball at Home vs Pleasant Plains with a scheduled start time of 7:30pm.



Service Hour Opportunities:  (Read on Tuesdays & Thursdays)

Several service hour opportunities are available babysitting for parenting classes at Trinity Lutheran School.  

  1. Tonight from 5:45-7:30pm.  

  2. Saturday evenings for the next 10 weeks from 6:30-8:30pm.


Summer Employment Opportunities:  (Read on Tuesdays & Thursdays)

Panther Creek Country Club is looking for lifeguards and swim coaches for the summer of 2016.

If you are interested in any of these opportunities, see the flyers on the bulletin board.

 

DAILY SHIELD

Wednesday, January 27, 2016


Word of the Week is: Gracious

Bible Verse:  Joel 2:13 - “Rend your hearts and not your garments.  Return to the Lord your God, for he is gracious and compassionate, slow to anger and abounding in love, and he relents from sending calamity.”


Lunch:  Antonio’s Pizza, cash only

              Lunch Servers:  1st Lunch - Maddy E. & Jack W.; 2nd Lunch - Gabby C. & Sam N.;

               3rd Lunch - Julie E. & Savannah S.

Happy Birthday to:

  1. Honor card applications accepted today until 3:00pm in Mr. Filter’s box.

  2. There is Scholastic Bowl practice after school today until 4:00pm.

  3. Valentine Carnation grams are on sale for just $1 each.  See a cheerleader during lunch until Feb 10 to purchase.

  4. Student Council is selling Heart Week t-shirts for $10 and wristbands for $2.  Profit from the sale of the items will be donated to the American Heart Association.

  5. Remember to submit Sophomore group pictures and Christmas Dance pictures via the yearbook app, "YearbookSnap."  Any questions, see Mr. James.

  6. The National Honor Society will hold its annual auction on Friday during assembly time.  Auction items include: a break the dress code day, LuHi apparel, a Buffalo Wild Wings dinner and movie for 2,

class extension slips, dream dates, freshmen serfs, scrumptious meals and tasty treats,

Valentine, coffee, and Star Wars gift baskets, candy art, and a custom made Crusader afghan.  

Cash or check payments only.

  1. ***Please note that we will be on Assembly Schedule on Friday. ***

  2. Gustavus Adolfus College will be visiting Lutheran High on Friday during 3rd hour. Other future college visits include:  Blackburn College on Feb 3; U of I Chicago - Feb 4; Western Illinois University - Feb 16;  UIS - March 10; LLCC - March 22; and Truman State University - April 6.  If you want to attend any of the visits, please sign up in the office.

  3. There will be a Softball open gym on Saturday from 4-6pm at Calvary Academy.

Student Council will sell muffins at break today for $1.


Scholastic Bowl Update:

Last night was tough for both scholastic bowl teams. Both the Varsity and JV teams faced 3 competitors and went 1-2. Warrensburg Latham and Pleasant Plains edged out both teams in very competitive matches; however, both Crusader teams defeated Auburn. Our next matches are tomorrow night at 4:30pm in Pleasant Plains.


Boys Basketball Update:

Monday Night, the Crusader's defeated Hartsburg-Emdem 51-47.  Junior Riley O. lead the scoring with 15 points with Junior Jacob P. adding 14 points.  Seniors Steven C. and Nate B. also scored in double figures.  Last night, Lutheran lost to Auburn 48-30. With the loss, the Crusaders’ record falls to 5-14.


Activities tonight:

Boys Basketball continues at the Auburn Tourney vs South County at 5:00 pm in Auburn



Service Hour Opportunities:  (Read on Tuesdays & Thursdays)

Several service hour opportunities are available babysitting for parenting classes at Trinity Lutheran School.  

  1. Thursday, Jan 28th from 5:45-7:30pm.  

  2. Saturday evenings for the next 10 weeks from 6:30-8:30pm.


Summer Employment Opportunities:  (Read on Tuesdays & Thursdays)

Panther Creek Country Club is looking for lifeguards and swim coaches for the summer of 2016.

If you are interested in any of these opportunities, see the flyers on the bulletin board.

 

DAILY SHIELD

Tuesday, January 26, 2016


Word of the Week is: Gracious

Bible Verse:  Isaiah 30:18 - “Yet the Lord longs to be gracious to you; therefore, he will rise up to show you compassion.  For the Lord is a God of justice.  Blessed are all who wait for him!”


Lunch:  Option A:  Chicken Tenders w/Ranch Dip, Mashed Potatoes w/Gravy, Fruit Cup, Dinner Roll

              Option B:  3-layer PB&J, Fresh Fruit, Chips

Happy Birthday to:

  1. Honor card applications accepted today and tomorrow in Mr. Filter’s box.  Deadline is 3:00pm tomorrow.

  2. The Speech Team will meet today from 3:05-4:00 in Mrs. Quigg’s room.

  3. Track practice today and Thursday after school.  Meet today in the Bio room at 3:15.

  4. Scholastic Bowl is leaving at 3:30pm today.

  5. The spring musical auditions are completed and a cast list will be released on Thursday or Friday.  Congrats to everyone on a great audition.  We are looking forward to a great show in April.

  6. The Valentine Carnation grams are on sale for just $1 each.  See a cheerleader during lunch until Feb 10 to purchase.

  7. Student Council is selling Heart Week t-shirts for $10 and wristbands for $2.  Profit from the sale of the items will be donated to the American Heart Association.

  8. Publications still needs pictures of Sophomores with their friends at school or school activities and pictures of the Christmas Dance.  Pictures may be submitted for the yearbook via the app, "YearbookSnap." Any questions, see Mr. James.

  9. The National Honor Society will hold its annual auction this Friday, Jan. 29th during assembly time.  Auction items include: a break the dress code day, LuHi apparel, a Buffalo Wild Wings dinner and movie for 2, class extension slips, dream dates, freshmen serfs, scrumptious meals and tasty treats, Valentine baskets, coffee baskets, a Star Wars basket, candy art, and a custom made Crusader afghan.  Cash or check payments only.

  10. Gustavus Adolfus College will be visiting Lutheran High on Friday during 3rd hour. Other future college visits include:  Blackburn College - Wednesday, Feb 3; U of I Chicago - Tuesday, Feb 4; Western Illinois University - Tuesday, Feb 16;  UIS - Thursday, March 10; and LLCC - Tuesday, March 22.


Student Council will sell bagels at break today for $1.


Scholastic Bowl Update:

Last night the scholastic bowl team swept their competition with both teams going 2-0. The varsity handily defeated both Nokomis and Waverly! While both of the JV matches came down to the final question! The Crusaders are in action again today in Warrensburg-Latham at 5 pm.


Girls Basketball Update:

The Lady Crusaders were defeated by Tri-City last evening 72-65 in a thrilling overtime contest.  Junior Katie E. scored 30 points to lead the team in scoring.  The team's record is now 12-12 with the next game Thursday night in Pawnee beginning with the JV at 6:15 and Varsity to follow.


Activities tonight:

Varsity Boys Basketball at Auburn Tourney vs Auburn at 5:00 pm.

Scholastic Bowl vs. LOEB - Plains/Auburn/Warrensburg at Warrensburg-Lathem beginning at 5:00pm.


Service Hour Opportunities:

Several service hour opportunities are available babysitting for parenting classes at Trinity Lutheran School.  See the flyers on the bulletin board outside the office.

  1. Thursday, Jan 28th from 5:45-7:30pm.  

  2. Saturday evenings for the next 10 weeks from 6:30-8:30pm.

 

DAILY SHIELD

Monday, January 25, 2016


Word of the Week is: Gracious

Bible Verse:  Psalm 116:5 - “The Lord is gracious and righteous; our God is full of compassion.”


Lunch:  Option A:  Nachos w/ Meat, Cheese, Lettuce & Sour Cream, Mexican Rice, and Ice Cream

              Option B:  Chicken Wrap, Fresh Fruit, Chips

Happy Birthday to: Sophomore Walker D.

  1. Shopper’s Blessings orders due to Mrs. Haynes by 11:45am today.

  2. A second spring musical audition will be held after school today starting at 3:30.  Please be on time and if you have not turned in your completed audition form, bring it today.  We want to have the cast list set this evening if possible.

  3. Track practice is Tuesday and Thursday this week after school.  Meet tomorrow in the Bio room at 3:15.

  4. Come to the Spanish NHS healthy bake sale every Monday and Friday at break.  Choices include pumpkin bars, chocolate covered pretzels and caramel dipped apples.  Today, we have a special treat.  First come, first served.

  5. The Valentine Carnation gram sale starts today.  The cost is just $1 each.  See a cheerleader during lunch until Feb 10 to purchase.  The flowers will be distributed by the cheerleaders during lunches on Feb 12th.

  6. Publications Class needs YOUR help:  Sophomores who have pictures of themselves hanging out with their friends at school or school activities are invited to send them into the yearbook via the app, "YearbookSnap." Any questions see Mr. James or Addi Wofford. Also, any student with pictures of the Christmas Dance is invited to send them into YearbookSnap.  Any questions see Bella Sgro or Mr. James.

  7. The National Honor Society will hold its annual auction this Friday, Jan. 29th.   There are many great items available.  Cash or check payments only.

  8. Gustavus Adolfus College will be visiting Lutheran High on Friday during 3rd hour.


Spanish NHS is selling healthy snacks at break today for $1.


Activities tonight:

JV/V Girls Basketball at Tri-City beginning at 6:15.

Varsity Boys Basketball at Auburn Tourney vs Hartem 6:30 pm.

Scholastic Bowl at Home vs. Waverly/Nokomis beginning at 4:30pm.


Service Hour Opportunities:

Several service hour opportunities are available babysitting for parenting classes at Trinity Lutheran School.  See the flyers on the bulletin board outside the office.

  1. Thursday, Jan 28th from 5:45-7:30pm.  

  2. Saturday evenings for the next 10 weeks from 6:30-8:30pm.

 

DAILY SHIELD

Friday, January 22, 2016


Word of the Week is: Unity

Bible Verse:  Romans 6:5 - “For if we have been united with him in a death like his, we shall certainly be united with him in a resurrection like his.”


Lunch:  Option A:  Buffalo Chicken Sandwich, Hash Browns, Chilled Fruit, and Cookie

              Option B:  3-layer PB&J, Fresh Fruit, Chips

Happy Birthday to:

  1. Congratulations to Senior Adam R., the champion of the Lutheran High School Poetry Out Loud competition.  Adam will now advance to perform at the Central Illinois Regional competition on Feb 10th at the Hoogland Center for the Arts.

  2. Important reminder...students MUST sign in and out in the school office when arriving late or leaving early.

  3. Craving something delicious during school, but don’t want to stray from your diet?  Come to the Spanish NHS Healthy Bake Sale Mondays and Fridays at break!  Options include pumpkin bars, chocolate covered pretzels, and caramel dipped apples.

  4. Students taking the practice ACT on Saturday must be in your seat, ready to test at 8am.

  5. Spring Musical auditions will be held tomorrow morning from 9am to noon in Judges.

  6. All students attending the Student Council trip to Peoria on Sunday will meet in the gravel parking lot at 12:30pm.  Remember, your $20 payment is due by the end of school today.

  7. Lutheran High spirit items will be available for order during the basketball games tonight from 6-8pm and tomorrow from 9-11am.

  8. Valentine Carnation grams go on sale Monday for just $1.  See a cheerleader during lunch from Jan 25-Feb 10 to purchase.  The flowers will be distributed by the cheerleaders during lunches on Feb 12th.

  9. The National Honor Society will hold its annual auction next Friday, Jan. 29th.  Auction items include: LuHi clothing, a Buffalo Wild Wings dinner and movie for 2, a break the dress code day, dream dates, freshmen serfs, extension slips, scrumptious meals and tasty treats, several gift baskets, and a custom made Crusader afghan.  Only cash or check payments accepted.

  10. Please RSVP ASAP for the year-end volleyball banquet being held this Sunday, Jan. 24th at Trinity Lutheran School at 4:30pm.  


Spanish NHS will sell healthy snacks at break today for $1.


This week’s Academic Spotlight shines on:

Sophomore Andrew G. in Religion and P.E. for excellent participation, effort, and work in class.

Junior Breann D. for consistent positive attitude and effort in class or on homework and excellent academic performance on a single project, assignment or test in US History and Spanish III.

Junior Payton P. in Religion, US History and Language Lab for excellent participation, effort, and work in class.

This week’s Activity Spotlight shines on:

The Lutheran High cheerleaders for their community service work this past Saturday.  The cheerleaders hosted  a cheer clinic for 16 K-8 students, sharing their knowledge of the sport and working with the young students to hone new skills.  The student cheerleaders demonstrate their new skills during tonight’s basketball games.


This week’s Athletic Spotlight shines on:

Freshman Kaitlyn S. in basketball for always being anxious to learn, coachable, very supportive of the program, and attending all the Varsity games she can.

Senior Matt H. in basketball for coming to every practice with a smile and working hard to make himself and his teammates better. He is truly a team player.


Scholastic Bowl Update:

The Lutheran Crusaders scholastic bowl varsity team went 1-1 last night against tough Porta and Pleasant Plains teams. The game against PORTA came down to the final toss-up question!

The JV team went 2-0 last night against the same schools. While handily defeating PORTA, the Pleasant Plains match also came down to the last question! Scholastic Bowl’s next match is at HOME Monday starting at 4:30.  Come out and support your fellow Crusaders!!


Basketball Update:

Avenging a 16 point loss from December 29th, the Lady Crusaders defeated Riverton 49-43 in the Sangamon County Tournament last evening.  Junior Katie E. led a total team effort by scoring 17 of her game high 24 points in the second half.  The 7th seeded Lady Crusaders will play for 5th place on Saturday afternoon against the host Tri-City squad at 4:30.


Activities tonight:

JV/V Boys Basketball at Home vs. Edinburg/South Fork Co Op beginning at 6:15pm.


Activities this weekend:

Varsity Girls Basketball concludes the Sangamon County Tournament in Tri-City tomorrow at 4:30pm.

LuHi will be hosting our Fresh/Soph Tourney beginning tomorrow.  LuHi JV Boys play their 1st game at noon.


Service Hour Opportunities:

Several service hour opportunities are available babysitting for parenting classes at Trinity Lutheran School.  See the flyers on the bulletin board outside the office.

  1. Thursday, Jan 28th from 5:45-7:30pm.  

  2. Saturday evenings for the next 11 weeks from 6:30-8:30pm.

 

DAILY SHIELD

Thursday, January 21, 2016


Word of the Week is: Unity

Bible Verse:  Psalm 133:1 - “Behold, how good and pleasant it is when brothers dwell in unity.”


Lunch:  Option A:  Bosco Sticks w/Marinara Sauce, Carrot & Celery Sticks w/Ranch, Fresh Fruit, Chips

              Option B:  Chef Salad, Fresh Fruit, Chips

Happy Birthday to:

  1. The annual Poetry Out Loud Competition is today at 3:30pm.

  2. Track practice for all non-winter athletes will be held today at 3:15pm in the Bio room.

  3. There will be a ‘break the dress code’ day tomorrow, and every Friday through Feb 15th, with proceeds donated to the American Heart Association at the end of Heart Week (Feb 15-19).

  4. Craving something delicious during school, but don’t want to stray from your diet?  Come to the Spanish NHS Healthy Bake Sale every Monday and Friday at break!  Options include pumpkin bars, chocolate covered pretzels, and caramel dipped apples, all $1 each.

  5. Sign-up for the January 23rd practice ACT test is coming to a close.

  6. Any student interested in joining CACC needs to let Mrs. O'Connell know.

  7. All students attending the Student Council trip to Peoria (Famous Dave’s and Star Wars at IMAX) will meet in the gravel parking lot at 12:30pm.

  8. The end of the year volleyball banquet will be Sunday, Jan. 24th at Trinity Lutheran School at 4:30pm.  RSVP to Vonda Wiegand or respond to the “GOT IT” on team stuff app.  

  9. Lutheran High spirit items will be available for order during the basketball games this Fri., Jan 22nd from 6-8pm and Sat., Jan 23rd from 9-11am.

  10. The following colleges will be visiting Lutheran High:  Gustavus Adolfus College - Friday, Jan 29;  Blackburn College - Wednesday, Feb 3; U of I Chicago - Tuesday, Feb 4; Western Illinois University - Tuesday, Feb 16;  UIS - Thursday, March 10; and LLCC - Tuesday, March 22.


Student Council will donuts at break for $1.


Activities tonight:

Varsity Girls Basketball continues tonight at the Sangamon County Tournament in Tri-City at 6:00pm vs. Riverton.

Scholastic Bowl vs. Plains and PORTA at Pleasant Plains beginning at 4:30pm.


DAILY SHIELD

Wednesday, January 20, 2016


Word of the Week is: Unity

Bible Verse:  1 Corinthians 1:10 - “I appeal to you brothers, by the name of our Lord Jesus Christ, that all of you agree, and that there be no divisions among you, but that you be united in the same mind and judgement.”


Lunch:  Antonio’s Pizza, Cash Only

              Lunch Servers:  1st Lunch - Addi W. & Riley O.; 2nd Lunch - Sam N. & Garrett D.;

                3rd Lunch - Lexi B. & Braden P.

Happy Birthday to:

  1. The annual Poetry Out Loud Competition is tomorrow at 3:30pm.

  2. Track practice for all non-winter athletes will be held tomorrow at 3:15pm in the Bio room.

  3. The sign-up sheet for the January 23rd practice ACT test is in the office.

  4. Any student interested in joining CACC needs to let Mrs. O'Connell know.

  5. There are 37 Honor Card recipients.  The list of recipients is posted on the bulletin board outside the office.

  6. The Student Council trip to Peoria is this Sunday, Jan. 24th.  Sign up in the office.

  7. Valentine Carnation grams go on sale next Monday, Jan 25th for just $1.  See a cheerleader during lunch from Jan 25-Feb 10 to purchase.

  8. The National Honor Society will hold its annual auction on Friday, Jan. 29th.  Auction items include: dream dates, freshmen serfs, extension slips, scrumptious food, several gift baskets, and a custom made Crusader afghan.  Cash or check payments only.

  9. Attention Volleyball players, the end of the year banquet will be Sunday, Jan. 24th at Trinity Lutheran School at 4:30pm.  Please contact Vonda Wiegand or respond to the “GOT IT” on team stuff app to RSVP.  


Student Council will sell muffins at break for $1.


Scholastic Bowl Update:

Last night, the Lutheran High School scholastic bowl varsity team went 2-0 against Porta and Athens! Senior Nick L.  and Junior Sam D. paced the team in scoring for both matches! JV went 1-1 with a victory over Athens that came down to the last question! Sophomore Ben A. and Freshman David L. led the team in toss up questions!


Basketball Update:

The boys basketball team fell to Raymond-Lincolnwood last night 51-47.  Junior Sidney S. led the way with 14 points, as the Crusaders overcame an early 9-2 deficit to take the lead heading into the 4th quarter, but were outscored in the final minutes. The Crusaders are back in action Friday night at home vs Edinburg.


Activities tonight:

9th Grade Boys Basketball at Pleasant Plains beginning at 6:00pm.

 

DAILY SHIELD

Tuesday, January 19, 2016


Word of the Week is: Unity

Bible Verse:  1 Peter 3:8 - “Finally, all of you, have unity of mind, sympathy, brotherly love, a tender heart, and a humble mind.”


Lunch:  Option A:  Baked Chicken, Mashed Potatoes w/Gravy, Fruit Cup, and Dinner Roll

              Option B:  Chicken Wrap, Fresh Fruit, Chips

Happy Birthday to:

  1. Today, please keep our School Board Chairman, George Perkins and his family, in your prayers on the loss of his wife, Barb.  Services are this morning.

  2. The speech team will meet today from 3:05-4:00 in Mrs. Quigg’s room.

  3. Please join us for the Christ-Centered Crusaders Bible Study tomorrow at 8am in Proverbs.  We will be discussing the sanctity of life.

  4. Reminder that Drivers Ed WILL meet tomorrow at 8:10am.

  5. The annual Poetry Out Loud Competition is this Thursday, January 21st at 3:30.  All students are welcome to participate in this poetry recitation contest.  Forms are located outside Mrs. Quigg’s classroom and must be returned no later than 3:00pm TODAY.

  6. The National Honor Society will hold its annual auction on Friday, Jan. 29th.  Auction items include: dream dates, freshmen serfs, extension slips, scrumptious food, a coffee basket, a movie basket, Valentine’s Day basket, and a custom made Crusader afghan.  Cash or check payments only.

  7. The sign-up sheet for the January 23rd practice ACT test is in the office.

  8. The Student Council trip to Peoria is this Sunday, Jan. 24th.  Sign up in the office.

  9. Track practice for all non-winter athletes will be held Thursday at 3:15pm in the Bio room.

  10. Shopper’s Blessings orders are due to Mrs. Haynes by 11:45am today.

  11. Spirit items will be available for order during the basketball games this Fri., Jan 22nd from 6-8pm and Sat., Jan 23rd from 9-11am.


Student Council will sell bagels at break for $1.


9th Grade Boys Basketball Update:

The Freshmen boys beat Auburn last night 36-33 in a defensive game.  Russell C. and Hank H. combined for 30 points and were our defensive anchors as well.  Jay M. and Nick V. also had key baskets.


Activities tonight:

Varsity Girls Basketball continues at the Sangamon County Tournament at 6:00pm vs. Auburn in Tri- City.

JV/V Boys Basketball vs. Lincolnwood High School in Raymond beginning at 6:15pm.

Scholastic Bowl at HOME vs. LOEB League - Athens/PORTA beginning at 5:00pm.

 

DAILY SHIELD

Friday, January 15, 2016


Word of the Week is: Fire

Bible Verse:  Romans 6:3-9 - “Don’t you know that all of us who were baptized into Christ Jesus were baptized into his death?  We were therefore buried with him so that, just as Christ was raised from the dead, through the glory of the father, we too may live a new life.  Death no longer has his fiery sting over us.”


Lunch:  Option A:  Chicken Sandwich, Potato Wedges, Broccoli/Cauliflower Florets, and Chips

              Option B:  3-layer PB&J, Fresh Fruit, Chips

Happy Birthday on Monday to: Sophomore Victoria P.

  1. Please welcome John A. shadowing today with Freshman Brandon W.

  2. The Student Council trip to Peoria has been moved to NEXT SUNDAY, Jan. 24th.

  3. Coach Heard requests that all JV boys basketball players be at Calvary at 5:00pm tonight.

  4. The annual Poetry Out Loud Competition will be held on Thursday, January 21st.  All students are welcome to participate.  Forms are located outside of Mrs. Quigg’s classroom.

  5. See Mr. K if you are interested in Rock Climbing next Tuesday, Jan. 19th.   

  6. Send a Valentine Carnation gram to someone special for just $1.  See a cheerleader during lunch from Jan 25-Feb 10 to purchase.  

  7. Reminder: The sign-up sheet for the January 23rd practice ACT test is in the office.


This week, the Academic Spotlight shines on:

Senior Ashtyn R. in Religion for consistent excellent work on assignments.

Junior Will K. in Religion for excellent participation and work in class.

Junior Josephine B. for excellent participation and work in Religion class.

Freshman Jackie C. for excellent class participation, behavior, leadership, and academic performance on assignments, and consistent positive attitude and effort in Pre-Algebra class.

Freshman Carson M. in PE for excellent class participation, behavior, leadership and goalie skills in indoor soccer.


This week, the Athletic Spotlight shines on:

Junior Sidney S. in boys basketball for leading the team with 12 assists in a win vs. Madison. He has taken an unselfish role of point guard, bettering the team despite scoring fewer points per game.

Sophomore Amelia S. in girls basketball for determination, hustle, and being a great team member.

As the Captain of the LuHi Varsity Cheerleaders, Senior Ana M. displays natural leadership skills. Her encouraging spirit inspires other members of the squad to improve their skills and provide school spirit in all athletic events.


Activities tonight:

JV/V Boys Basketball at Calvary Academy beginning at 6:15pm.


Activities Saturday through Monday:

The Varsity Girls Basketball team begins the Sangamon County Tournament this Saturday at 1:20pm against Plains at Buffalo Tri City.

The 9th Grade Boys Basketball team will be at Auburn on Monday beginning at 6:00pm.

 

DAILY SHIELD

Thursday, January 14, 2016


Word of the Week is: Fire

Bible Verse:  Luke 3:15-16 - “The people were waiting to see if John was the Christ.  John answered them all, “I baptize you with water, but one more powerful then I will come...He will baptize you with the Holy Spirit and with fire.”


Lunch:  Option A:  Baked Potatoes w/ chili, crackers, bacon bits, and sour cream, side salad w/ranch, and dinner roll

              Option B:  Chef Salad, Fresh Fruit, Chips

Happy Birthday today to:

  1. All students interested in track - there will be a short informational meeting today at break in the Bio room!

  2. Please return your Grandparents’ addresses to either the Association or the School Office.  We must receive the sheets in order to invite your Grandparents to the February 12th Grandparents’ Day.

  3. The annual Poetry Out Loud Competition will be held on Thursday, January 21st.  All students are welcome to participate.  Forms are located outside of Mrs. Quigg’s classroom.

  4. See Mr. K if you are interested in going Rock Climbing next Tuesday, Jan. 19th.   

  5. Send a Valentine Carnation gram to someone special - a teacher, friend, or anyone at LuHi - for just $1.  The sale runs from Jan 25-Feb 10. See a cheerleader during lunch to purchase.  The cheerleaders will deliver the flowers during the lunch periods on February 12th.

  6. Reminder: The sign-up sheet for the January 23rd practice ACT test is in the office.


Student Council will be selling donuts at break for $1.


Activities tonight:

JV/V Girls Basketball at Pleasant Plains beginning at 6:00pm.

DAILY SHIELD

Wednesday, January 13, 2016


Word of the Week is: Fire

Bible Verse:  Exodus 3:2-4; 8 - “There the angel of the Lord appeared to Moses in flames of fire from within a bush.  Moses saw that though the bush was on fire, it did not burn...The Lord said, ‘I have come to rescue [my people]’.”


Lunch:  Antonio’s Pizza, Cash Only

Lunch Servers: 1st hour - James B., Colin G.;  2nd hour - Gabby C., Garrett D.; 3rd hour - Savannah S., Nick L.

Happy Birthday today to:

  1. Honor card applications are due by 3:00 today.  Please put them in Mr. Filter’s mailbox.

  2. All students interested in track - there will be a short informational meeting tomorrow in the Bio room at break!

  3. Lutheran High School is holding its annual Poetry Out Loud Competition on Thursday, January 21st.  All students are welcome to participate.  Forms are located outside of Mrs. Quigg’s classroom.

  4. Rock Climbing is next Tuesday, Jan. 19th.   If interested, sign up with Mr. K.

  5. Reminders:

   *Sign up for the January 23rd practice ACT test.

   *Sign up for the January 17th Student Council trip to Peoria - Famous Dave’s and Star Wars at IMAX.

       The cost is $20.

               *LuHi spirit items will be available for order Friday and Saturday, January 22nd and 23rd.

               *Bring in Pepperidge Farms UPC labels.


Student Council will be selling muffins at break for $1.


Activities tonight:

9th Grade Girls basketball at SHG beginning at 6:00pm.

DAILY SHIELD

Tuesday, January 12, 2016


Word of the Week is: Fire

Bible Verse:  John 15:1-6 - “I am the true vine and my father is the gardener...you are already clean because of the word I have spoken to you.  Remain in me and I will remain in you… I am the vine and you are the branches.  If anyone does not remain in me, he is like a branch that withers...and is thrown into the fire and burned.”


Lunch:  Option A:  Fiery Chicken Fingers, Side Salad w/Ranch, Chilled Peaches, Dinner Roll

              Option B:  3-Layer PB&J, Fresh Fruit, and Chips

Happy Birthday today to: Juniors Benjamin Duke, Samuel Duke, and Robbie McQuinn


  1. Please welcome Emily Stoeckel shadowing today with Freshman Jillian McCarty.

  2. National Honor Society will meet tomorrow morning at 8:30am in Mrs. Quigg’s room.

  3. Speech team will practice this afternoon from 3:05-4:00 in Mrs. Quigg’s room.

  4. Honor card applications are due by 3:00 on Wednesday.  Please put them in Mr. Filter’s mailbox.

  5. Don’t forget - Christ Centered Crusaders, CCC, bible study tomorrow morning at 8am in Proverbs.  The topic of discussion will be Sanctity of life due to the approaching anniversary of Roe vs Wade.

  6. All students interested in track - there will be a short informational meeting this Thursday in the Bio room at break!

  7. Lutheran High School is holding its annual Poetry Out Loud Competition on Thursday, January 21st.  All students are welcome to participate.  Forms are located outside of Mrs. Quigg’s classroom.

  8. Rock Climbing is next Tuesday, Jan. 19th.   If interested, sign up with Mr. K.

  9. Reminders:

   *Sign up for the January 23rd practice ACT test.

   *Sign up for the January Student Council trip to Peoria - Famous Dave’s and Star Wars at IMAX.

               *LuHi spirit items will be available for order Friday and Saturday, January 22nd and 23rd.

               *Bring in Pepperidge Farms UPC labels.


Girls Basketball Update:

Despite a 2 point lead at the end of the 1st quarter, the Lady Crusaders could not keep pace with Mt. Olive last evening, losing 57-39.  Katie Elmore led the girls in scoring with 16 points and Elisabeth Brunner chipped in with 10.  The team’s next game will be Thursday night at Pleasant Plains with the JV at 6:15 followed by the Varsity.


Activities tonight:

JV/Varsity Scholastic Bowl Meet at Maroa-Forsyth beginning at 5:00pm.


DAILY SHIELD

Monday, January 11, 2016


Word of the Week is: Fire

Bible Verse:  Psalms 21:1, 8-9, 13 - “O Lord, the king rejoices in your strength.  How great is his joy in victories you give!...Your right hand will seize your foes...The wrath of the Lord will swallow them up, his fire will consume them...Be exalted, O Lord, in your strength.”


Lunch:  Option A:  Turkey Bacon Cheeseburger, Potato Wedges, Fresh Fruit, Ice Cream

              Option B:  Chicken Wrap, Fresh Fruit, and Chips

Happy Birthday today to:

  1. Please keep Mr. Shirley and his family in your prayers on the loss of his father-in-law.

  2. Shopper’s Blessings orders are due to Mrs. Haynes by 11:45am today.

  3. Lutheran High School will hold its annual Poetry Out Loud Competition on Thursday, January 21st.  All students are welcome to participate in this poetry recitation contest.  Forms are located outside of Mrs. Quigg’s classroom.

  4. Rock Climbers, our next climbing date is Tuesday, Jan. 19th.  Sign up with Mr. K if you are interested.

  5. It’s Labels for Education bonus time and we need Pepperidge Farm UPC codes.  Please turn the UPC labels into either the School or Association Offices.

  6. Remember to sign up for the Student Council IMAX trip to Peoria.  We will eat at Famous Dave’s and then view Star Wars at the IMAX theater.

  7. Reminders:

  *Sign up for the January 23rd practice ACT test in the office.

               *LuHi spirit items will be available for order Friday and Saturday, January 22nd and 23rd.


Boys Basketball Update:

The boys basketball team was victorious Friday night in a 56-41 win over Madison High School. Senior Steven C. led the Crusaders with 24 points while Junior Sidney S. added 12 assists. The Crusaders are back in action Friday night against Calvary.


Activities tonight:

Varsity only Girls Basketball at Mt. Olive beginning at 6:00pm.

 

DAILY SHIELD

Friday, January 8, 2016


Word of the Week is: Redemption

Bible Verse:  Colossians 1:13-14 - “For He rescued us from the domain of darkness, and transformed us to the kingdom of his son, in whom we have redemption, the forgiveness of sins.”


Lunch:  Option A:  BBQ Pork Rib on Bun, Potato Wedges, Fresh Fruit, Chips

              Option B:  3-layer PB&J, Fresh Fruit, and Chips

Happy Birthday today to:

  1. The January 23rd practice ACT test sign up sheet is posted in the office.  This is a free test, but students are required to sign up in advance to take the test.

  2. Class change forms, signed by the teachers and the principal, must be turned in to the school office or Ms. Burch by 3 pm today .

  3. New, fun LuHi spirit items will be available for order during the basketball games on Friday and Saturday, January 22nd and 23rd.  If you or a family member make LuHi spirit items and would like to participate as a vendor, please come to the office for contact information.

  4. We will have guests in the building on Saturday for the Elementary Spelling Bee.  Please make our house tidy for our visitors.


Girls Basketball Update:

A 12 point third quarter deficit proved to be too much to overcome as the Lady Crusaders lost to Auburn last night 64-59.  The leading scorer for LuHi was Katie E. with 20 points.  The team record is now 11 wins and 5 losses as they travel to Centralia tomorrow for a tough match-up with Christ Our Rock Lutheran.


This week’s Activity Spotlight shines on:

The Christmas Dance Committee for its successful event planning.


This week’s Athletic Spotlight shines on:

Senior Steven C. for leading the Boys in scoring during the Waverly tournament, and

Junior Chloe K. for her receptiveness to coaching, positive effort to improve, and team spirit.


Activities tonight:

JV/Varsity Boys Basketball at home vs. Madison beginning at 6:15pm.

DAILY SHIELD

Thursday, January 7, 2016


Word of the Week is: Redemption

Bible Verse:  Acts 20:28 - “Be on guard for yourselves and for all the flock, among which the Holy Spirit has made you overseers, to shepherd the church of God which he purchased with his own blood.”


Lunch:  Option A:  Chicken Patty on Bun, Side Salad w/Ranch, Peach Cup, and Cookie

              Option B:  Chef Salad, Fresh Fruit, and Chips

Happy Birthday today to:

  1. Please welcome Ethan G. shadowing today with Freshman Jake M.

  2. Scholastic Bowl practice today from 3-4:30.

  3. The Speech Team will meet today from 3:05-4:00 in Mrs. Quigg’s room.

  4. The January 23rd practice ACT test sign up sheet is posted in the office.  This is a free test, but students are required to sign up in advance to take the test.

  5. Class change forms, signed by the teachers and the principal, must be turned in to the school office or Ms. Burch no later than Friday, January 8th by 3 pm.

  6. LuHi, two opportunities to order some new, fun LuHi spirit items are coming your way on Friday, January 22nd from 6-8pm during the JV/Varsity boys basketball games and also on Saturday, January 23rd from 9-11 during the LuHi Fresh/Soph boys basketball tourney.  Also, if you or a family member make LuHi spirit items and would like to participate as a vendor, please contact Jo Ann Isham at isham13@sbcglobal.net to reserve your spot (no vendor fees).  These items are not sport or group specific, but will be for all Crusaders!


Student Council will be selling donuts for $1 at break.


Activities tonight:

JV/Varsity Girls Basketball at Auburn beginning at 6:00pm.

 

DAILY SHIELD

Wednesday, January 6, 2016


Word of the Week is: Redemption

Bible Verse:  Ephesians 1:7 - “In Him, we have redemption through His blood, the forgiveness of our trespasses, according to the riches of His grace.”


Lunch:  Antonio’s Pizza, Cash Only

Lunch Servers:  1st Lunch - Colin G. & Logan A.; 2nd Lunch - Lexi B. & Bella S.; 3rd Lunch - Addison W. & Braden P.

Happy Birthday today to:

  1. Please welcome Emma S. shadowing today with Freshman Kaci W..

  2. Scholastic Bowl practice today and tomorrow from 3-4:30.

  3. Practice ACT test sign up sheet is now posted in the office.  This is a free test, but students are required to sign up in advance to take the test.

  4. Class changes require a form to be signed by the teachers and the principal.  The forms may be obtained from Mrs. O'Connell or Miss Burch in the guidance office.  All forms must be signed and turned in no later than FRIDAY, JANUARY 8th at 3 pm!

  5. Reminder for Juniors & Seniors: bring parent notes for late arrival/early dismissal to the school office or give to Mrs. Hennig for approval.

  6. Upcoming college rep visits scheduled:  U of I Chicago on Feb 4 and LLCC on March 22.


Student Council will be selling muffins for $1 at break.


Boys Basketball Update:

The Crusaders lost 66-56 last night to Decatur Lutheran. LuHi jumped out to a 10-2 lead, but Decatur Lutheran came storming back to finish the first quarter with a 15-12 lead. The Crusaders were led in scoring by Seniors Nate B. and Steven C. who had 18 and 16 points respectively; however, the effort wasn't enough to overcome the physical play. The Crusaders are back in action Friday night at home vs. Madison High School.


Activities tonight:

9th Grade Boys Basketball at Williamsville beginning at 6:00pm.

DAILY SHIELD

Tuesday, January 5, 2016


Word of the Week is: Redemption

Bible Verse:  Galatians 3:13 - “Christ redeemed us from the curse of the Law, having become a curse for us.”


Lunch:  Option A:  Jumbo Pizza Bagel, Side Salad w/Ranch, Fresh Fruit, Ice Cream

              Option B:  3-layer PB&J, Fresh Fruit, Chips

Happy Birthday today to:

  1. Shopper’s Blessings orders are due to Mrs. Haynes by 11:45am today.

  2. Speech Team will meet this afternoon from 3:05-4:00 in Mrs. Quigg’s room.

  3. Scholastic Bowl practice Wednesday and Thursday from 3-4:30.

  4. Come one, come all to the first CCC - Christ-Centered Crusaders Bible study tomorrow Wed, Jan 6th at 8am in Proverbs (Mrs. Strong’s classroom).  The topic is “What’s the point of reading the Bible?”

  5. Reminder for Juniors & Seniors:  You must reapply each semester for late arrival/early dismissal.  Please bring a note from your parent and leave in school office or give to Mrs. Hennig for approval.


Student Council will be selling bagels for $1 at break.


Activities tonight:

JV/Varsity Boys Basketball at home vs. Decatur Lutheran beginning at 6:15pm.

 

DAILY SHIELD

Friday, December 18, 2015


Word of the Week is: Trust

Bible Verse:  Nahum 1:7 - “The Lord is good, a refuge in time of trouble.  He cares for those who trust in Him.”


Lunch:  Exam Schedule - No Lunch

Happy Birthday over Christmas Break to:

Freshman Danielle L

Sophomore Amelia S

Junior Zane B


  1. Check the lost items on the silver bench outside the office.  Anything left after the last final today will be donated.

  2. Don’t forget your Crusader beanies AND 2016 St. Louis Calendars!

  3. With the Nitz Scholarship day off on Jan. 4, we return to school on Tuesday, Jan 5 (Chapel Schedule).


Activities tonight:

  • JV/Varsity Girls Basketball at Home vs. South County Vipers (Conf) beginning at 6:15pm.

  • JV/Varsity Boys Basketball in Tri-City (Conf) beginning at 6:15pm.

Activities over break:

  • JV/Varsity Girls Basketball participating in the Riverton Christmas Classic Dec 26-30.

  • Varsity Boys Basketball participating in the Waverly Holiday Tournament Dec 26-30.

Service Hour Opportunities:

  1. Students needed to help with Trinity’s Polar Express Night tonight from 5:30-8:00pm.

See Mrs. Gilman for contact information.

DAILY SHIELD

Wednesday, December 16, 2015


Word of the Week is: Trust

Bible Verse:  Psalms 118:8 - “It is better to take refuge in the Lord than to trust in humans.”


Lunch:  Exam Schedule - No Lunch

Happy Birthday today to:

  1. Keep checking the lost items on the silver bench outside the office.  Any items remaining after the last final on Friday will be donated to Goodwill.

  2. Crusader beanies AND 2016 St. Louis Calendars are for sale and make great Christmas gifts.

  3. Ben Agard, please see Mrs. Gilman in the office.


Service Hour Opportunities: (read on Tuesday & Thursday)

  1. Students needed to help with Trinity’s Polar Express Night on Friday, Dec. 18th from 5:30-8:00pm.

See Mrs. Gilman for contact information on both events.

DAILY SHIELD

Tuesday, December 15, 2015


Word of the Week is: Trust

Bible Verse:  Psalms 62:8 - “Trust in him at all times, pour out your hearts to him, for God is our refuge.”


Lunch:  Option A:  Chicken Tenders w/Ranch, Mashed Potatoes w/Gravy, Fruit cup, and Dinner roll

         w/margarine

              Option B:  3-layer PB&J, Fresh Fruit, Chips

Happy Birthday today to:

  1. Reminder that tomorrow is an 8:00am start due to finals and that tomorrow, Thursday and Friday we will follow the Exam Schedule posted in classrooms and throughout the school.  Please be sure you have transportation arrangements after the last final each day.

  2. The Speech Team will not meet today.

  3. The following people will receive Honor Cards:  Colin G., Trevor W., and Chloe K..  Those inquiring as to why they were denied may see Mr. Filter.

  4. Congratulations to the local VFW essay contest winners: Alexis B., Kiersten A., Lauren W., and Adam R.  Lexi and Kiersten now advance to the district level.

  5. Hey everyone, Katie E. is in the running for Channel 1450’s player of the week.  Go to www.channel1450.com to vote!

  6. It is Ugly Christmas Sweater Day!  Prizes will be awarded at lunch for 1.) ugliest/best overall,                 2.) prettiest, and 3.) most Christmasy.

  7. Crusader beanies AND 2016 St. Louis Calendars are for sale and make great Christmas gifts.

  8. Chick-fil-A is now hiring.  Applications may be picked up at the new location at the mall.


Service Hour Opportunities: (read on Tuesday & Thursday)

  1. Students needed to help with Trinity’s Polar Express Night on Friday, Dec. 18th from 5:30-8:00pm. See Mrs. Gilman for contact information.

DAILY SHIELD

Monday, December 14, 2015


Word of the Week is: Trust

Bible Verse:  Psalms 56:11 - “in God I trust and am not afraid.  What can man do to me?”


Lunch:  Option A:  Hard Shell Tacos with lettuce, cheese, diced tomatoes, and sour cream, and Ice Cream

              Option B:  Chicken Wrap, Fresh Fruit, Chips

Happy Birthday today to:

  1. Mr. Schorfheide’s 3rd, 4th, and 5th hour classes will meet in Ezra today.

  2. Reminder that Wednesday is an 8:00am start due to finals and that Wednesday, Thursday and Friday we will follow the Fall Exam Schedule.  Please be sure you have transportation arrangements after the last final each day.

  1. Shoppers Blessings are due to Mrs. Haynes by 11:45 today.  This is the last order before Christmas!  Krispy Kreme is now available in $10.00 denominations.

  2. Ugly Christmas Sweater Day is tomorrow!  Prizes awarded for 1.) ugliest/best overall, 2.) prettiest, and 3.) most Christmasy.  Voting takes place during lunch.

  3. The limited edition Crusader beanies are still available for only $12.00.   See Abby I., Chloe K., or Coach James to buy one.

  4. 2016 St. Louis Cardinals calendars are also on sale.  See a member of the baseball team to buy yours today.

  5. Chick-fil-A is now hiring.  Applications may be picked up from a mailbox on the fence at the new Chick-fil-A location at the mall.


Basketball Update:

The Lady Crusader basketball team claimed its 10th victory of 11 games with a 45-27 victory over the visiting Warrensburg-Latham Cardinals on Saturday.  Employing a pressing defense, the ‘Saders outscored the visitors 16-3 in the second quarter to take a commanding lead in the game.  The leading scorer was Junior Katie E. with 24 points.  Next up for the Lady Crusaders will be Waverly in a conference match-up at LuHI on Friday Dec 18th. The JV game will begin at 6:15 followed by the Varsity game.


Service Hour Opportunities: (read on Tuesday & Thursday)

  1. Students needed to help with Trinity’s Polar Express Night on Friday, Dec. 18th from 5:30-8:00pm.

See Mrs. Gilman for contact information on both events.

DAILY SHIELD

Friday, December 11, 2015


Word of the Week is: Discernment

Bible Verse:  Hebrews 12:1 - “Therefore, since we are surrounded by such a great cloud of witnesses, let us throw off everything that hinders and the sin that so easily entangles.  And let us run with perseverance the race marked out for us..”


Lunch:  Option A:  Flatbread Pepperoni Pizza, Hash Browns, Chilled Fruit and Cookie

              Option B:  3-layer PB&J, Fresh Fruit, Chips

Happy Birthday today to:

  1. Reminder that next Wednesday is an 8:00am start due to finals.

  2. Lost and found items on the silver bench outside the office MUST be claimed by 3pm today.  After 3pm TODAY, the items will be donated to Goodwill.

  3. Shoppers Blessings are due to Mrs. Haynes by 11:45 on Monday.  This is the last order before Christmas.

  4. The last day to order Schwans in order for it to count toward LuHi’s operating budget is this Sunday.  So far, we have raised $215.00.

  5. Ugly Christmas Sweater Day is next Tuesday.  Prizes awarded for 1.) ugliest/best overall, 2.) prettiest, and 3.) most Christmasy.  Voting takes place during lunch on Dec. 15th.

  6. The limited edition Crusader beanies are now trending.  For only $12.00, you too can own one!   See Abby I., Chloe K., or Coach James to purchase one.

  7. Also, trending...2016 St. Louis Cardinals oversized wall calendars.  See a member of the baseball team to purchase yours today.

  8. If you ordered Winter Sports Pics, please come pick them up in the office.

  9. We received word through a Chick-fil-A rep that they are now hiring all positions.  Paper applications may be picked up from a mailbox on the fence at the new Chick-fil-A location.


Basketball Update:

The Lady Crusaders improved their record to 9-1 with a 4th quarter surge to beat Mt. Pulask 49-40 at the Hilltoppers’ gym.  LuHi outscored Mt. Pulaski 13-4 in the final stanza to seal the win.  Junior Katie E. scored 27 points for the 'Saders and Junior Elizabeth B. added 11 for the winning cause.  The team's next game is at home on Saturday morning against Warrensburg-Latham.  Tip off time is at 11 a.m. for this Varsity only contest.


Activities this weekend:

Saturday

Cookie Walk from 8-Noon

Varsity Girls Basketball at HOME vs Warrensburg-Latham High School beginning at 11:00am.

Sunday

Music Concert in Guild Hall beginning at 3pm.


The Academic Spotlight shines this week on:

Freshmen Brandon W. and Preston K. on their excellent Health presentation on the topic of drug abuse.

Freshman Merci B. in Geometry for excellent academic performance on a single project, assignment or test.

Freshman Jakob S. for excellent class participation, behavior, leadership and academic performance on a single project, assignment or tes.


The Activity Spotlight shines this week on:

The Madrigal singers, jesters, musicians, servers and staff for a festive start to this joyous Christmas season.


The Athletic Spotlight shines this week on:

Freshman Hank H., basketball, for having a break-out game against Mt. Pulaski with the double-double, 20 points, 10 rebounds, and 5 assists.

Sophomore Abby M., basketball, for having a great attitude and work ethic on the team.



Service Hour Opportunities: (read on Tuesday & Thursday)

  1. Students needed to help with Trinity’s Polar Express Night on Friday, Dec. 18th from 5:30-8:00pm.

See Mrs. Gilman for contact information on both events.

DAILY SHIELD

Thursday, December 10, 2015


Word of the Week is: Discernment

Bible Verse:  Isaiah 43:1b - “I have called you by name, you are mine.”


Lunch:  Option A:  Bosco Sticks w/Marinara Sauce, Carrots and Celery Sticks w/Ranch, Fresh Fruit, Chips

              Option B:  Chef Salad, Fresh Fruit, Chips

Happy Birthday today to:

  1. Reminder that next Wednesday is an 8:00am start due to finals.

  2. The Speech Team will meet this afternoon from 3:05-4:00 in Mrs. Quigg’s room.

  3. Band and Choir students, please remember your 6 dozen cookies by TOMORROW for Saturday’s Cookie Walk.  

  4. Ugly Christmas Sweater Day is next Tuesday.  Prizes awarded for 1.) ugliest/best overall, 2.) prettiest, and 3.) most Christmasy.  Voting takes place during lunch on Dec. 15th.

  5. Girls soccer is selling limited edition Crusader beanies for $12.00.   See Abby I., Chloe K., or Coach James to purchase one.

  6. The Cardinals Calendars are in!  There will be a short baseball meeting today at 3:00pm in the cafeteria to hand out the calendars.

  7. Winter Sports Pictures are in.  Stop by the office to pick yours up today.


Tonight’s Activities

JV/Varsity Girls Basketball at Mt. Pulaski beginning at 6:15pm.


The Student Council is selling donuts for $1 at break today.


Service Hour Opportunities: (read on Tuesday & Thursday)

  1. Assistance needed helping young children shop and make crafts at Trinity’s Parish Center this Saturday, Dec. 12th from 2:30-5:00pm

  2. Students needed to help with Trinity’s Polar Express Night on Friday, Dec. 18th from 5:30-8:00pm.

See Mrs. Gilman for contact information on both events.

DAILY SHIELD

Wednesday, December 9, 2015


Word of the Week is: Discernment

Bible Verse:  Colossians 3:23 - “Whatever you do, work at it with all your heart, as working for the Lord, not men.”


Lunch:  Antonio’s Pizza, Cash Only

              Lunch Servers:  1st Lunch - James B. & Maddy E.       2nd Lunch - Lexi B. & Bella S.

     3rd Lunch - Braden P. & Tori H.

Happy Birthday today to: Freshman Bailey W.

  1. Reminder that next Wednesday is an 8:00am start time due to finals.

  2. With the reduced use of our lunch program, we must increase our cost per lunch to $4/meal as of Jan. 5th.  This is a self-funded program and fees must keep up with costs.  With this in mind, it is now necessary to bill you for lunches ordered and not picked up.  Since you ordered it and LuHi is billed for it, that cost will be passed on to you.

  3. Honor Card applications are due by 3:00pm today.  Please put them in Mr. Filter’s box.

  4. Band and Choir students, please remember to bring in your 6 dozen cookies by THIS Friday for Saturday’s Cookie Walk.  Help is still needed on Friday afternoon and Saturday morning.  Please see Mr. Schorfheide to sign up.

  5. The 20’s themed “Grand Affair” Christmas Dance tickets are on sale in the school office until THIS Friday.  Cost is $55.  Voting for King & Queen takes place tomorrow.

  6. Ugly Christmas Sweater Day is next Tuesday.  Prizes awarded for 1.) ugliest/best overall, 2.) prettiest, and 3.) most Christmasy.  Voting takes place during lunch on Dec. 15th.

  7. Only 4 days left on the Schwan’s fundraiser with proceeds going toward the operating budget.

  8. Girls soccer is selling limited edition Crusader beanies for $12.00.   See Abby I., Chloe K., or Coach James to purchase one.

  9. The Cardinals Calendars are in!  There will be a short baseball meeting Thursday at 3:00pm in the cafeteria to hand out the calendars.

  10. Winter Sports Pictures are in.  Stop by the office to pick yours up today.


Basketball Update:

The Crusaders fell to Pawnee last night 56-36. Pawnee jumped out to a 10-1 lead and never slowed down. Riley O. lead the way with 9 points for the Crusaders now 1 - 7.


The Student Council is selling muffins for $1 at break today.


Service Hour Opportunities: (read on Tuesday & Thursday)

  1. Assistance needed helping young children shop and make crafts at Trinity’s Parish Center this Saturday, Dec. 12th from 2:30-5:00pm

  2. Students needed to help with Trinity’s Polar Express Night on Friday, Dec. 18th from 5:30-8:00pm.

See Mrs. Gilman for contact information on both events.

DAILY SHIELD

Tuesday, December 8, 2015


Word of the Week is: Discernment

Bible Verse:  2 Thessalonians 5:12-13 - “Now we ask you, brother, to respect those who work hard among you, who are over you in the Lord, and who admonish you.  Hold them in the highest regard in love because of their work.”


Lunch:  Option A:  Baked Chicken, Mashed Potatoes w/ Gravy, Fruit Cup, Dinner roll w/margarine

              Option B:  3-layer PB&J, Fresh Fruit, and Chips

Happy Birthday today to: Sophomore Andrew Green

  1. The Speech Team will meet this afternoon from 3:05-4:00 in Mrs Quigg’s room.

  2. Please join us for an informational meeting of the Christ-Centered Crusaders Bible Study group on Wednesday at 8:30am in Joel.

  3. Members of the National Honor Society will meet Wednesday at 8:30am in Mrs. Quigg’s room.

  4. Rock climbing is today after school.

  5. Honor Card applications are due by 3:00pm on Wednesday.  Please put them in Mr. Filter’s box.

  6. The 20’s themed “Grand Affair” Christmas Dance tickets are on sale in the school office until THIS Friday for $55.  Voting for King & Queen takes place Thursday.

  7. Dec. 15th is Ugly Christmas Sweater Day.  Prizes will be awarded for 1.) ugliest/best overall, 2.) prettiest, and 3.) most Christmasy.  Voting will take place during lunch on Dec. 15th.

  8. Only 5 days left on the Schwan’s fundraiser with proceeds going toward the operating budget.

  9. Concordia Lutheran Church & School is hosting the Capital Area Concert Band in their gym tonight beginning at 7:00pm.  Come listen to great Christmas music played by Springfield area musicians.

  10. Keep warm, look good, and support your Crusaders!  Girls soccer is selling limited edition Crusader beanies for $12.00.   Mr. James has a sample.  To purchase one, contact Abby Isham, Chloe Kirbach, or Coach James.


Basketball Update:

-The freshman boys played with high intensity Monday night in their 40-31 victory over Mt.Pulaski.  Hank H. had a breakout game with 20 points, 10 rebounds, and 5 assists.  The boys are now 2-1.

-The Lady Crusaders outscored Calvary Academy 39 to 14 in the middle two quarters enroute to a 64-36 win over the visitors.  Junior Katie E. scored 18 points to lead the team in scoring while Juniors Kaitlyn W. and Elisabeth B. scored 17 and 15 points respectively to balance the offensive attack.  The Lady Crusaders now sport a record of 8 wins and 1 loss as they travel to a Thursday night match-up against Mt. Pulaski.  JV begins at 6:15 followed by the Varsity.


Activities Tonight:  

JV/Varsity Boys Basketball at Pawnee High School beginning at 6:15pm.


The Student Council is selling bagels for $1 at break today.


Service Hour Opportunities: (read on Tuesday & Thursday)

  1. Assistance needed helping young children shop and make crafts at Trinity’s Parish Center this Saturday, Dec. 12th from 2:30-5:00pm

  2. Students needed to help with Trinity’s Polar Express Night on Friday, Dec. 18th from 5:30-8:00pm.

See Mrs. Gilman for contact information on both events.

DAILY SHIELD

Monday, December 7, 2015


Word of the Week is: Discernment

Bible Verse:  1 John 4:1 - “Beloved, do not believe every spirit, but test the spirits to see whether they are from God, for many false prophets have gone out into the world.”


Lunch:  Option A:  Nachos w/ Meat and Cheese, Shredded Lettuce and Sour Cream, Mexican Rice, and

         Ice Cream

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