Here we go again. We are into our third week of school, our second full week. Labor Day will be a nice break for both students and teachers alike (administrators as well). This Wednesday, August 27th from 7-8:30 p.m. is our Back-to-School night here at Lutheran High. This is an important evening for parents, students, and teachers. As a teacher this gives me the opportunity to share portions of my syllabus, share my teaching strategies and objectives, share key dates or assignments for the semester, and share my faith with the parents of the students I teach. As a parent this was always an important night for me because I was able to meet my children’s teachers and assess the learning environment and ask any question I wanted to ask. I also got a chance to meet other parents of my kids who I had only heard about via the grapevine of student lingo. I hope you get the chance to meet our faculty, especially our new faculty.
Not that far away--The LHS Annual Golf Outing, The Karl Birnstein Memorial. Oct. 4th at 8 a.m.at Drumm Farm in Independence. You do not have to be a great golfer because this is a Four Person Scramble. We are done by early afternoon so you have the rest of the day. If you cannot join us, please encourage others you know who play golf to join the tournament.
Finally, check your calendars. This year’s Homecoming has been moved to the first week in October. Don’t panic, it is change, but not that much has changed. We will still have our Winter activities and dances as well. We are trying to coordinate an Alumni event in October as well to celebrate the 35th school year of LHSKC. To God be the glory!
Dr. Cary Stelmachowicz