May 22, 2019
TEACHER CALL UPDATES
On Monday night, Tyler Morgan returned the call to teach at Trinity. He felt the time was not right to leave his current call. He appreciated all those who reached out to him. Please understand that right now there are 80 some schools that are looking for teachers. We are not the only ones who are searching for a teacher. As we know God does answer our prayers just not always in the ways we may expect it. On Tuesday we were notified by District President that there is a wife of a seminary student who is coming back from a year teaching in China that would fit our needs as a one-year assignment so we could continue to call from the field to find the experience we are looking for. After hearing this news Pastor Christie and I emailed the faculty, Board of Education, Elders, and Council and were given the authority by all bodies to request this one-year assignment. I am pleased to announce that this morning President Kolander assigned Mrs. Laura Stienke to us as our new 7th Grade Homeroom and Social Studies Teacher for next school year. It is truly a blessing that in our time of need the Lord provided us with a full staff for next year. Praise the Lord of the Chruch who always provides for his children.
1st, 3rd, 5th and 7th Grades - Graduation Reception
Graduation will be here before you know it. Since Graduation is a special time for our 8th grade students, we would like them to know how proud we are of them and their accomplishments over their years at Trinity Lutheran School.
It is a tradition that the families of students in 1st, 3rd, and 5th grades donate either cookies, bars, or a cash donations to purchase desserts for the graduation reception. Please bring the item you signed up for to the cafeteria Thursday, May 23rd by 5:00 pm. Sign-up online via Sign-Up Genius:
The 7th grade families are in charge of decorating, refreshments, serving, and clean up for the graduation reception. We would like to get organized early. Please sign up for one of the following areas to help. Sign-up online via Sign-Up Genius:
Graduation is Thursday, May 23rd, and the service starts at 6:30 pm in the church sanctuary. The reception follows the service in the Fellowship Hall.
Questions - Please contact Katie Neuman 262-366-1663.
ALL 5TH GRADERS - IMMUNIZATION INFORMATION
Kids Camp 2019 Featuring Music and Bible Lessons from Camp Phillip
Trinity Kids Camp is a free event for all kids ages 4 to entering 5th grade and located at Trinity Lutheran Church and School. The Summer theme for Kids Camp 2019 is Bigfoot Steps to Follow. It is base off of Matthew 16:24, "If anyone wants to follow me, let him deny himself, take up his cross, and follow me." The theme has a Lumberjack vibe with the witticism of bigfoot. Invite a cousin, neighbor, or friend t join you!
Advance Registration requested at www.trinitywaukesha.com/kidscamp
Meet in the church entryway at 5:45 pm for admission.
WOOD CHIPS FOR PLAYGROUND AREA
TLCC and EHP Parents:
New wood chips for our playground area will be arriving on May 31. We are asking for volunteers that night, or Saturday, or Sunday after church services to help disburse the wood chips over the playground areas.
In addition to the labor, we will need around 10 wheel barrows, and plenty of shovels, and metal rakes. If you can help supply these tools, that would also be helpful. Many hands make work light, so if we get a good amount of help Friday night and Saturday morning, we just might be able to get it done by Saturday afternoon.
We will have pizza available Friday night and/or Saturday noon; and donuts and bagels Saturday and/or Sunday morning! And of course, plenty of refreshments to keep everyone hydrated!
If you can help, please contact any TLCC staff at 262-547-8522. We will also have a volunteer list set out by the daycare sign-in computer. Or you can contact Joni Stenberg at 414-469-2754 or email at email@example.com.
Thank you in advance for your help!
Friday night, May 31: 7 p.m.
Saturday morning, June 1: starting at 8 a.m.
Sunday afternoon, June 2: Starting at noon
With the end of the school year upon us, so comes the end of another successful SCRIP year. In total, rebates of $19,000 were earned, which means about $14,250 towards next year’s tuition between the participating families! Many families have earned over $500 in rebates towards tuition next year – how awesome! Additionally, about $4,500 of the rebates earned stay with Trinity for various improvements.
A few reminders:
· For Scrip Rebates earned: 75% goes towards next year’s tuition, 25% stays with the school.
· Your rebates earned will be applied by the Church Office to your tuition FACTS Management account towards the end of June.
· If you participated in scrip this year, but won’t have a child at Trinity for next year, you can get your portion of the rebate earned back in cash! Rebate checks should be mailed out towards the end of June (this year the checks will be issued by the Church Office).
· Summer scrip - continue to earn rebates and make purchases during the summer! We will try to sell scrip in the entryway off Whiterock Ave. every other week or possibly more. Watch for emails that will go out with anticipated timing. We will try to keep similar cards in stock as during the school year. If you can’t make the time slot up at school, you can email firstname.lastname@example.org and see if we can work out alternative arrangements.
· If you want to learn more about how scrip works or get signed up to start earning rebates toward future tuition – let us know!
· Help needed! Looking for a few people to get involved with the scrip program for next school year – either behind the scenes with administrative tasks or selling scrip during designated times. Please reach out if you are interested.
Thanks for your support in making this a great Scrip year!
Leigh and Donale
Day of Giving of 2019
APPLICATION FOR TUITION AID OPEN NOW
TLS JOB OPENINGS
- Pre-K Aide position is an hourly part-time position from 8-12 Monday - Friday.
- Lunch Person is an hourly position. This person is responsible for managing, running and preparing the food the school's hot lunch program. Would have school breaks and summers off.
RUMMAGE SALE - JUNE 27th - JUNE 29th
Trinity Parent Council and Trinity Youth Group are hosting a Rummage Sale Thursday June 27th -Saturday June 29th (Thurs-Fri 9-4pm and Saturday 9am-2pm). 22 tables are available for sale for $15 each. You sell your items on your table and take the profit with you. Or drop off items Thursday am in fellowship hall/cafeteria and let youth group sell them and they keep the money to help them continue their mission. Any questions please contact Donale L (414-429-3242) or Haley M (262-490-5285).
Also save the date to come and rummage the tables in the Fellowship Hall. Rain or shine event will take place! Will be selling concessions to benefit youth group! Donated items for Youth Group table accepting: clothing, toys, household items/decor, shoes, baby items, etc. Please make sure items are stain free, hole free and in good working condition.
Thanks you guys and let me know if you have questions.
LEARNING SHOP - "BUILD THE BRIDGE"
WANT A SCHOOL BUS FOR NEXT YEAR? SIGN UP NOW!
Tomorrow's Choice Golf Outing
Also, if anyone is interested in being a hole sponsor, that would be a $200 donation.
Best ball, carts only, so even I COULD DO THIS! and it would probably mean driving the cart, as I am sure NONE of my strokes would be the best ball at any hole!
Anyway, another opportunity for our babies and you to get out there and play some golf!!!!
WISCO SUMMER NEWS
Host Families Needed for International Students— Have you ever thought about opening up your home to an international student for a school year? WLHS is looking for host families for the 2019-20 school year. Families will receive a stipend of $700/month to support their efforts as host. If you are interested in learning more or would like to apply, please contact International Student Program Director Eric Duwe at email@example.com.
WLHS Assistant Volleyball Coach Needed--Wisconsin Lutheran High School is looking for a varsity assistant coach for the girls volleyball program. Preference will be given to previous high school/college coaching or collegiate playing experience. Please contact at firstname.lastname@example.org or 414-453-4567 ext 2023.
29th Annual Friends of Wisco Golf Outing--Registration is now open for the Friends of Wisco Annual Golf Outing set for Monday, June 17, at the NEW location of Ironwood Golf Course, in Sussex, Wis. Cost is $135 per person with shotgun start at 10:00 a.m. Price includes: green fees, golf cart, lunch and dinner, and two drink tickets. Purchase a hole sponsorship and receive a discount on a foursome of golf. For registration and sponsorship information visit one.bidpal.net/wlhsgolf19/welcome. Registration deadline is Friday, May 24, and limited to the first 216 golfers. Contact Heidi Witz at email@example.com or 414-43-4567 ext. 2004 with any questions.
Jr. Viking Girls Basketball Tryouts—Jr. Viking girls basketball tryouts will be held on Sunday, August 18, (4th-6th grades) and Sunday, August 25, (7th-8th grades) at Wisconsin Lutheran High School. Register online at wlhs.org/jrvikings. Cost for tryouts is $10 per participant that can be paid in advance online. Please contact head coach Randy Strutz at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
Jr. Viking Boys Basketball Tryouts—Jr. Viking boys basketball tryouts will be held Friday, August 16, (8th grade) and Saturday, August 17, (3rd-7th grades) in the main gym at Wisconsin Lutheran High School. Register online at wlhs.org/jrvikings. There is a $10 tryout fee per participant. Jr. Viking basketball is a Christ-centered program aimed at helping boys who are interested in attending WLHS and playing in the high school program. For questions, contact Ryan Walz at email@example.com.
Jr. Viking Boys Baseball Tryouts for 2020- Do you love to play baseball? Looking t take your baseball skills to the next level? Want to make lasting Christian friendship? Click here for more information
Viking Explorer Camps
Full list of Vikings Explorer Summer Camp opportunities and to register for summer Vikings Explorer Camps -please visit our WLHS website and find the link under academics. https://www.wlhs.org/academics/viking-explorer-camps
There is also a full listing of individual camp contact personnel:
Art Camp - Michael Wiechamann - firstname.lastname@example.org
Boys Basketball Camp - Ryan Walz - email@example.com
Girls Basketball Camp - Randy Strutz - firstname.lastname@example.org
Cheerleading Camp - Andrea Zeitler - email@example.com
Robotics Camp - Tim Thierfelder - firstname.lastname@example.org
Soccer Camp - Craig Radue - email@example.com
Steel Band Camp - Quinten Petersen - firstname.lastname@example.org
Strength/Condition Club - CL Whiteside - email@example.com
Theater Camnp- Tanya Tranberg - firstname.lastname@example.org
Volleyball Camp - Dave Baacke - email@example.com
Wrestling Camp - William Plamann - firstname.lastname@example.org
Summer Band Camp- Karen Lippert - email@example.com
Summer is coming soon - the Wisconsin Lutheran High School Vikings Explorer Camps are a great way to enjoy the summer! Please feel free to contact me with any questions - or call Wisconsin Lutheran High School 414-453-4567 and speak to our receptionist Mrs. Sharon Kneser.
Jr. Viking Flag Football
Once again this fall, the Wisconsin Lutheran High School football program will be providing an
opportunity for boys in grades 2-4 to get introduced to the fundamentals of football in a Christian setting.
Participants will spend time practicing football basics (stance, catching, throwing, etc.) before dividing into teams to play games.
Registration Form - Grades 2-4
Jr. Viking Football program
Registration Form - Grades 5th, 6th, 7th and 8th
Carroll College offers a variety of sports camps during the summer. These are a great opportunity for your child to learn new skills and sharpen the skills they already have. If you are interested, please click on the link to the Carroll Pioneers sports camp page and follow directions for registering.
TLS Website (Lunch Calendar/Athletic Calendar/Monthly School Calendar)
Power School Notices (to receive your child's academic progress and lunch balance notices)