Q & A Saturday/HSPT
Jan
12
8:30 AM08:30

Q & A Saturday/HSPT

Principal John Reincke and Assistant Principal Tim Hardy will share information with 8th grade parents that helps smooth the transition to high school for your child. You do not need to register, just come to the Media Center for a continental breakfast to meet the administrators!

It is important prospective students take the High School Placement Test to help determine course selections for high school. We offer this test at no charge. You do not have to reserve a spot, and you may attend either date.

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Q & A Saturday/HSPT
Jan
19
8:30 AM08:30

Q & A Saturday/HSPT

Principal John Reincke and Assistant Principal Tim Hardy will share information with 8th grade parents that helps smooth the transition to high school for your child. You do not need to register, just come to the Media Center for a continental breakfast to meet the administrators!

It is important prospective students take the High School Placement Test to help determine course selections for high school. We offer this test at no charge. You do not have to reserve a spot, and you may attend either date.

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The Freedom to Teach: Rediscovering the Fundamentals of Good Instruction.
Jan
26
9:30 AM09:30

The Freedom to Teach: Rediscovering the Fundamentals of Good Instruction.

Dr. Daniel Coupland (Associate Professor and Chairman of the Education Department at Hillsdale College) will discuss the essential features of sound pedagogy and contrast these practices with much more modern notions of teaching popularized by the Education Establishment today. He will review what is required of the teacher, the student, and the lesson itself in order for true and lasting education to occur. He will also provide insight on how today's educators can recapture in their own classrooms time-tested principles of good teaching that will ultimately lead to the cultivation of both wisdom and virtue.

This is a FREE presentation tailored for administrators, teachers and parents. No need to register. Will be held in Media Center. Please contact John Brandt j(brandt@lhsa.com) if you have any questions.

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Euchre Night & Chili Cookoff!
Nov
2
6:00 PM18:00

Euchre Night & Chili Cookoff!

Interested in being our euchre champion or top chili cook?

Our Euchre Night is open to all who want to play and/or simply socialize and eat great chili with fellow Mustang parents. The night begins with a chili tasting and voting and continues with great prizes, entertainment, and good old fashioned Lutheran fellowship. Grab your antacid and join us in November at Cracklewood for this fun event!

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The Case for Life
Oct
29
10:07 AM10:07

The Case for Life

Parents are invited to a special assembly on Monday, October 29 at 10:07am. Mike Spencer, a highly sought after speaker for LIFE, will present “The Case for Life” to the student body. You will learn how to engage our “pro-death” culture on LIFE issues and become a voice for LIFE. https://www.prolifemike.com/

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Red Cross Blood Drive
Oct
29
8:00 AM08:00

Red Cross Blood Drive

The Lutheran North Student Council and HOSA groups are teaming up to host a Red Cross Blood Drive Monday October 29, 2018. Lutheran North Students must complete the necessary documents and permission slips to donate blood. The list of physical requirements are listed on the Red Cross’ website www.redcrossblood.org and are also available from Student Council Representatives and the counter in the School Office. Student donors must have the completed forms submitted by Wednesday October 23, 2018. Parents are invited to select a donation time by emailing Ms. Haupt and signing in with the office on the day of the blood drive. 

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EXAMPLE'S Trunk or Treat
Oct
27
4:00 PM16:00

EXAMPLE'S Trunk or Treat

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On Saturday, October 27 from 4:00 PM-5:30 PM, Example is hosting Trunk or Treat for children in the community. Students involved with Example will decorate their cars and hand out candy. After the youngest of youngsters get their candy, Example will have a costume contest, carved pumpkin contest, cider and donuts for the high school students (running from 5:30 PM-6:30 PM).

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