Living the Love

February is an odd month – with the leap year thing every four years.  This year we also have Valentine’s Day and Ash Wednesday on the same day.  Maybe this year the imposition of ashes on the forehead can be made in the shape of a heart. It reminded me of our “Vision” statement that…
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Winter Weather & God Gave Us Brains. Let’s Use Them!

Principal’s Blog – January 8, 2024  From Mrs. Marsh:  Winter Weather If there is winter weather, I will share any changes to the school schedule with students, faculty, and staff via email ASAP.  I want everyone to be safe, while also prioritizing learning.  If we have school, but parents do not feel that it is…
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SPLHS End of the Year Update

The SPLHS German Christmas Market weekend was another rousing success with thousands of visitors and shoppers on campus for a quick two day weekend (December 8 -9). The next week was filled with basketball games, finals and travel for our students as they headed into the 3 week Christmas break. It’s always a very busy…
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148

—-148— What does this number mean? Recently the Lutheran Church – Missouri Synod has embarked on an initiative to recruit young people for professional church work (Pastors, Teachers, DCEs, etc.). You can find about it at lcms.org/set-apart-to-serve . I know. Most of you might choose to stop reading about now, but please give me a…
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Winter Weather & Education Conference

Rejoice always, pray continually, give thanks in all circumstances; for this is God’s will for you in Christ Jesus. 1 Thessalonians 5: 16 – 18 It has been a great start to the year.  It is hard to believe we are approaching Thanksgiving break.  Fall sport seasons are finishing, the fall play is right around…
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Coming Home

Coming Home The first “Homecoming” event apparently happened in Columbia, MO in the Fall of 1911. It was for a football game between Kansas University and the University of Missouri (which tied at 3-3 – boring!). 10,000 alumni showed up. It has become a “thing” ever since. But why come home? Also, what is –…
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Fall Update

Principal’s Blog– We survived the heat dome! And we are thankful for September and cooler temperatures. The school calendar is full of activities and opportunities. It is available at our website; the website also offers a way to sign up for textcaster alerts. At any rate, we hope that you have found your groove and…
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Be Strong and Courageous

Our theme verse for 2023-2024 school year is from Joshua 1:9 – “Be strong andcourageous. Do not be terrified; do not be discouraged, for the LORD your God will be with youwherever you go.” The question is – WHO does this apply to? Parents or students or both?Fear comes in many forms. My favorite is…
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End of School Festivities

SPLHS End of the School Year Festivities Things to know… Seniors should submit to Mrs. Marsh a list of scholarships they have been awarded by Friday, May 12th.  Scholarship recipients are recognized at the Awards Banquet and these lists help ensure we acknowledge all scholarship recipients. Finals week will be May 15 -18 with 2…
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