Former LPS Students
in the News
Monday, February 17th:
National Random Acts of Kindness Day
Tuesday, February 18th:
National Battery Day
Wednesday, February 19th:
National Chocolate Mint Day
Thursday, February 20th:
National Love Your Pet Day
Friday, February 21th:
National Grain-Free Day
By: Sarah Holcomb
A publication of Luther Preparatory School
Date: February 17, 2020
Other LPS Functions
Last Week's Match(es):
2/15 Regionals @ Port Washington High
This Week's Match(es):
2/22 Sectionals @ Lomira High School
Tim Manning, Jonathan Wiedenhoeft, Caleb Wendland, and Nate Wendland all earned second place in their weight class at regionals and will be advancing to sectionals this coming Saturday.
By: Abby Winkel
On February 21-23, the campus will host a grade school basketball tournament.
On February 21-23, the theater act, The Mouse That Roared, will be perfromed throughout the busy weekend.
The college will begin their Spring Break after school on Friday, 2/28.
Last Week's Performance(s):
2/11 - During the halftime of the varsity girl's game.
2/13 - During the halftime of the varsity boy's game.
This Week's Performance(s):
2/21 - During the halftime of the varsity boy's game.
The Dance Team will give their last performance of the year this Friday as the boy's team battles Lakeside Lutheran.
By: Drew Spiegelberg
Layout: Publications Class
Editor: Publications Class
Hannah Ruehrdanz (class of 2015), the older sister of the beloved Mary Jule Ruehrdanz, has an article in the MLC news! This article talks all about how Hannah had the great opportunity to fly to Lima, Peru! In Lima, Hannah was able to teach English to some pretty adorable kids. Hannah loved her experience and time in Peru and prays that the mission there continues.
By: Louisa Felgenhauer
Last Week's Game(s):
2/11 @ University School of Milwaukee
2/13 vs Lodi: Lost 48-51
2/15 vs Hustisford: Lost 80-90
This Week's Game(s):
2/18 @ Poynette
2/21 vs Lakeside
Senior Nate de Galley is averaging 13 points-per-game.
By: Aaron Neyhart
National Day of the Week
This Wensday, Prep's annual blood drive will be held.
Some Luther Prep students are considering taking an online class, World Geography, which would add three credits towards MLC.
Musical tickets for The Little Mermaid are on sale now.
By: David Baumann
2/11 vs. Poynette: Won 57-39
2/14 @ Lakeside Lutheran: Won 58-57
This Week's Game(s):
2/18 @ Oakfield
2/20 vs. Columbus
2/22 vs. East Troy
The team earned the #4 ranking in the state playoff tournament and have received a first round buy. They will play the winner the round one game next Friday at home.
By: Journalism Class
Isaiah 53:5 He was pierced for our transgressions, he was crushed for our iniquities. The punishment that brought us peace was upon him, and by his wounds we are healed.
1 John 2:2 He is the atoning sacrifice for our sins, and not only for ours but also for the sins of the whole world.
John 11:25-26 I am the resurrection and the life. He who believes in me will live, even though he dies; and whoever lives and believes in me will never die.
Bible Passages of the Week:
Syria says its troops have regained control of terrories in north western Syria "in record time;" the nation's officials vow to continue chasing armed groups wherever they may be.
A Russian woman escaped her Coronavirus quarenteen zone and was forced back this past week. Many Coronavirus carriers have been desperately trying to escape their quarenteen facilities.
Greece's government says it has suspended an emergency plan to build migrant detention camps on islands near the Turkish coast to allow for negotiations with local authorities who strongly oppose the initiative By: Corianna Lamb
The WELS is hiring interns for the WELS Center for Mission and Ministry in Waukesha. The internship would consist of creating digital content and maintaining the WELS website.
The first WELS leadership conference, held in Chicago. was a huge success. Attendees learned how to evangelize and step up in their communities.
Registration for the 2020 WELS International Youth Rally, held in Knoxville, TN, will be open March 2. By: Joshua Kehren