Lutheran Central Newsletter

May 13, 2022

Our Mission: “To share the Good News of Jesus Christ, teach children, and assist parents in training children to be witnessing Christians and productive citizens.”

Risky Trust

A man of many companions may come to ruin, but there is a friend who sticks closer than a brother (Proverbs 18:24).



What two inch square is strong enough to suspend a 175-pound person from the ceiling?
Velcro®


We may not believe this statistic, but it is reportedly true. While many may say they believe this “fact” since it has been published in a variety of reputable places, most people probably would not like to prove the point by hanging from a ceiling. Trying this from a 7-foot ceiling might be one thing, but most of us would not want to try it while suspended from the ceiling of a large arena.


Trust is risky — with one exception. A man of many companions may come to ruin, but there is a friend who sticks closer than a brother (Proverbs 18:24). That friend who will always stick by us is Jesus Christ. People will disappoint us. They may walk away from us or even walk out on us. Jesus is the one friend who will always remain attached to us. We are connected to Him with the strongest bonding force — His love.


Loving Father, send Your Holy Spirit to help me always place my trust in You alone. Thank You, Lord, for holding me close and loving me as only You can do. With You I am never alone. In Your precious name I pray. Amen.


Mustard Seed: Simple Trust. Elaine Bickel, author. 15/29 ©2011 Lutheran Women’s Missionary League, 801 Seminary Place Ste. L010, St. Louis, MO 63105. www.lwml.org

Students and Families we are praying for this week....



Cruz Stuckwisch, Sawyer Tape, Rowan Taylor, Cooper Teipen, Harley and Hunter Toppe, Bryce and Kinley Tormoehlen, Tyler Tormoehlen, Hunter Trueblood, Emerson, Marley, and Landry Warren, Erica Warren, Ella and Bennett Waskom.

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Dress Code Reminders

Appropriate dress and grooming are significant aspects of overall training in Christian living. The following dress code is a guideline for proper dress while attending Lutheran Central School and is part of our mission to “assist parents in training children to be witnessing Christians and productive citizens”.


Here are a few reminders as the weather is getting warmer...

Grades 5-8

  1. Clothing must be of an appropriate size. Scanty clothing (bare midriff, sleeveless shirts, spaghetti straps, halters, miniskirts, boxer shorts, track shorts, etc.) is not allowed. All tops worn by girls and boys need to be of a length that, no matter what posture is assumed, skin is not exposed in the abdomen or lower back.

  2. Shorts must be worn under all skirts and dresses.

  3. Shorts and skirts should be no more than 6 inches above the knee regardless of the posture that is assumed.**

Grades K-4

  1. Same as grades 5-8.

  2. All shoes or sandals must have a back.

  3. **6 inch rule: All shorts, skirts, and tops worn over leggings/tights should be no more than 6 inches above the knee regardless of posture.

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"Can the Principal" was a SUCCESS!

During the week of "Can the Principal" we collected a total of 1,902 CANS! Great job students and families!


The overall grand prize placings:


3rd Place: 3rd grade with 233 cans

2nd Place: 1st grade with 271 cans

1st Place: 4th grade with 680 cans


Thank you to everyone for your participation in the LJHA canned food drive and congratulations, as well, for successfully moving Mrs. Stuckwisch to the hallway!

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2022-2023 Enrollment

Don't forget to turn in enrollment papers for next year ASAP!

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Check out some awesome 4-H programs this summer!

Below you will find information and enrollment forms for:

Local Foods Spark Club

Government Spark Club

Space Spark Club

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Trinity Lutheran High School Summer Camp Registration is NOW OPEN!

Click on the link below to register online.

https://www.trinitycougars.org/apps/form/form.TRILHS.sZIPlLf.lG