May 20, 2019

Crusader News

Be sure to bring payment for all fines and fees to the office. You will NOT be allowed to take finals if you have a fee due.

If your name is on the “Straight A Ticket” list in the front hall, don’t forget to stop by the office for your Cardinal voucher.

Attention Seniors: The English Department will be hosting its annual graduate/alumni picnic at Shakespeare in the Park on Friday, June 14th. If you are interested in attending, please sign up outside any English teacher’s classroom. We will start dinner around 6:00, and the show begins at 8:00. We hope you can join us for food, fellowship, and some high culture!

Paper and notebooks and binders- oh my! As you clean out your locker at the end of the year, don’t just throw away usable school supplies. If you have supplies that are just headed to the trash, bring them to Miss Bork instead. Materials will be stored over the summer and given out on a first come first served basis next school year to those who need them. Drop materials by anytime between now and the end of the year.

Do you love sports? How about working with younger kids? Mr. Schoedel is looking for two students to be camp counselors for Rookie Sports Camp this summer. This camp teaches kids in grades 1-4 basics skills in some of the sports we offer at Lutheran North. The camp runs in the mornings during the first week of June. Camp counselors will earn 20 service hours. See Mr. Schoedel if you are interested.

Counseling News

The lost and found is on display in the counseling hallway.  Please stop by soon to see if your lost items have been found.  

May 17, 2019

Crusader News

Be sure to bring payment for all fines and fees to the office. You will NOT be allowed to take finals if you have a fee due.

If your name is on the “Straight A Ticket” list in the front hall, don’t forget to stop by the office for your Cardinal voucher.

The yearbooks are here! The yearbooks are here! As the year winds down, it’s time to look back on all the adventures we’ve had. Today, all students, seniors included, are invited to the cafeteria where sweet treats will be served and yearbooks will be distributed to the student body. Come enjoy the last Friday of the school year with us!

Seniors – your permission slips for the Project Graduation Lock-In after graduation are due NOW. If we have not received the permission slip by this Friday, May 17, you will not be admitted to the Lock-In. You can pick up a permission slip in the Counseling Center.

Attention Seniors: The English Department will be hosting its annual graduate/alumni picnic at Shakespeare in the Park on either Thursday, June 13th or Friday, June 14th. The specific date will be decided later this week. If you are interested in attending, please sign up outside any English teacher’s classroom. We will start dinner around 6:00, and the show begins at 8:00. We hope you can join us for food, fellowship, and some high culture!

Paper and notebooks and binders- oh my! As you clean out your locker at the end of the year, don’t just throw away usable school supplies. If you have supplies that are just headed to the trash, bring them to Miss Bork instead. Materials will be stored over the summer and given out on a first come first served basis next school year to those who need them. Drop materials by anytime between now and the end of the year.

Do you love sports? How about working with younger kids? Mr. Schoedel is looking for two students to be camp counselors for Rookie Sports Camp this summer. This camp teaches kids in grades 1-4 basics skills in some of the sports we offer at Lutheran North. The camp runs in the mornings during the first week of June. Camp counselors will earn 20 service hours. See Mr. Schoedel if you are interested.

Counseling News

The lost and found is on display in the counseling hallway.  Please stop by soon to see if your lost items have been found.  

MAY 16, 2019

Sports News

Boys Soccer sign-ups are Thursday at 3:15 in the gym.

Crusader News

Be sure to bring payment for all fines and fees to the office. You will NOT be allowed to take finals if you have a fee due.

If your name is on the “Straight A Ticket” list in the front hall, don’t forget to stop by the office for your Cardinal voucher.

The yearbooks are here! The yearbooks are here! As the year winds down, it’s time to look back on all the adventures we’ve had. Seniors will receive their books during Crusader Block on Wednesday. On Friday, all students, seniors included, are invited to the cafeteria where sweet treats will be served and yearbooks will be distributed to the rest of the student body. Come enjoy the last Friday of the school year with us!

Seniors – your permission slips for the Project Graduation Lock-In after graduation are due NOW. If we have not received the permission slip by this Friday, May 17, you will not be admitted to the Lock-In. You can pick up a permission slip in the Counseling Center.

Attention Seniors: The English Department will be hosting its annual graduate/alumni picnic at Shakespeare in the Park on either Thursday, June 13th or Friday, June 14th. The specific date will be decided later this week. If you are interested in attending, please sign up outside any English teacher’s classroom. We will start dinner around 6:00, and the show begins at 8:00. We hope you can join us for food, fellowship, and some high culture!

2019-2020 Yearbook Staff members, we will meet this Friday morning at 7:30 in Miss Bork’s room. Come learn about what your editors are planning for next year and get information about some summer activities. Check your email for more info.

Paper and notebooks and binders- oh my! As you clean out your locker at the end of the year, don’t just throw away usable school supplies. If you have supplies that are just headed to the trash, bring them to Miss Bork instead. Materials will be stored over the summer and given out on a first come first served basis next school year to those who need them. Drop materials by anytime between now and the end of the year.

Do you love sports? How about working with younger kids? Mr. Schoedel is looking for two students to be camp counselors for Rookie Sports Camp this summer. This camp teaches kids in grades 1-4 basics skills in some of the sports we offer at Lutheran North. The camp runs in the mornings during the first week of June. Camp counselors will earn 20 service hours. See Mr. Schoedel if you are interested.

May 15, 2019

Sports News

Boys Soccer sign-ups are Thursday at 3:15 in the gym.

Crusader News

Be sure to bring payment for all fines and fees to the office.

If your name is on the “Straight A Ticket” list in the front hall, don’t forget to stop by the office for your Cardinal voucher.

The yearbooks are here! The yearbooks are here! As the year winds down, it’s time to look back on all the adventures we’ve had. Seniors will receive their books during Crusader Block on Wednesday. On Friday, all students, seniors included, are invited to the cafeteria where sweet treats will be served and yearbooks will be distributed to the rest of the student body. Come enjoy the last Friday of the school year with us!

Seniors – your permission slips for the Project Graduation Lock-In after graduation are due NOW. If we have not received the permission slip by this Friday, May 17, you will not be admitted to the Lock-In. You can pick up a permission slip in the Counseling Center.

Attention Seniors: The English Department will be hosting its annual graduate/alumni picnic at Shakespeare in the Park on either Thursday, June 13th or Friday, June 14th. The specific date will be decided later this week. If you are interested in attending, please sign up outside any English teacher’s classroom. We will start dinner around 6:00, and the show begins at 8:00. We hope you can join us for food, fellowship, and some high culture!

2019-2020 Yearbook Staff members, we will meet this Friday morning at 7:30 in Miss Bork’s room. Come learn about what your editors are planning for next year and get information about some summer activities. Check your email for more info.

Paper and notebooks and binders- oh my! As you clean out your locker at the end of the year, don’t just throw away usable school supplies. If you have supplies that are just headed to the trash, bring them to Miss Bork instead. Materials will be stored over the summer and given out on a first come first served basis next school year to those who need them. Drop materials by anytime between now and the end of the year.

Do you love sports? How about working with younger kids? Mr. Schoedel is looking for two students to be camp counselors for Rookie Sports Camp this summer. This camp teaches kids in grades 1-4 basics skills in some of the sports we offer at Lutheran North. The camp runs in the mornings during the first week of June. Camp counselors will earn 20 service hours. See Mr. Schoedel if you are interested.

Counseling News

May 14, 2019

Crusader News

Be sure to bring payment for all fines and fees to the office.

If your name is on the “Straight A Ticket” list in the front hall, don’t forget to stop by the office for your Cardinal voucher.

The yearbooks are here! The yearbooks are here! As the year winds down, it’s time to look back on all the adventures we’ve had. Seniors will receive their books during Crusader Block on Wednesday. On Friday, everyone (seniors included) is invited to the cafeteria for a sweet treat and yearbooks will be distributed the rest of the student body. Come enjoy the last Friday of the school year with us!

Seniors – your permission slips for the Project Graduation Lock-In after graduation are due NOW.  If we have not received the permission slip by this Friday, May 17, you will not be admitted to the Lock-In.  You can pick up a permission slip in the Counseling Center.

Attention Seniors:  The English Department will be hosting its annual graduate/alumni picnic at Shakespeare in the Park on either Thursday, June 13th or Friday, June 14th.  The specific date will be decided later this week. If you are interested in attending, please sign up outside any English teacher’s classroom. We will start dinner around 6:00, and the show begins at 8:00.  We hope you can join us for food, fellowship, and some high culture!

May 1, 2019

Sports Today

JV Baseball Home vs. McCluer 4:15

Varsity Baseball @ Westminster 4:15

Boys Track @ Priory 4:00

 

Sports tomorrow

Girls Soccer plays in the Ritenour Tournament tonight vs. Hazelwood Central @ 5:30

Tennis @ Granite City 4:00

 

Crusader News

Crusaders, summer break is getting so close you can taste it, but StuCo wants to throw one more party before the school year is over (and we’re not talking about Prom). On Friday May 3rd, it’s the annual end of the school year Glow Dance! Show up in your brightest neon colors and glow under the black lights. For just $3, you can light up LHSN one more time with all your friends from 7-10pm. Guest forms are available on OnCampus, and should be turned in to the office by May 1st. Wrap up the school year with one last blow out at the Glow Dance.

 

Everyone! You all know what awesome Crusader musicians we have! Tonight, our Bands will perform pieces from “Around the World.” The Band Concert begins at 7:00 because the Middle Schoolers will play first. Come and enjoy the beautiful music!

 

Counseling News

The following college will have a representative in the Counseling Center on Friday.  If you would like to meet with this representative, please sign up on Naviance.

  • Missouri State University Friday, May 3 @ 10:30

April 26, 2019

Sports Today

Boys Varsity Track @ Clayton 3:00

JV Baseball @ McCluer 4:00

Tennis Home vs. McCluer 4:00

 

Sports tomorrow

 

Crusader News

Crusaders, hard to believe, but it’s time to start looking ahead to next school year. If you are enjoyed participating in student activities like Spirit Weeks, Homecoming, or Pep Rallies, here’s your chance to make them even better. Student Council is accepting applications for the 2019/20 school year. If you want to get involved in making LHSN a better place, fill out an application, get it signed by 2 of your teachers, and return it to Mr. Lorenz by Friday, April 26. Applications can be found in the Student Council topic of the LN Students section of OnCampus. Please note, current StuCo members are also required to sign up for next year.

Crusaders, summer break is getting so close you can taste it, but StuCo wants to throw one more party before the school year is over (and we’re not talking about Prom). On Friday May 3rd, it’s the annual end of the school year Glow Dance! Show up in your brightest neon colors and glow under the black lights. For just $3, you can light up LHSN one more time with all your friends from 7-10pm. Guest forms are available on OnCampus, and should be turned in to the office by May 1st. Wrap up the school year with one last blow out at the Glow Dance.

 

Counseling News

The following colleges will have a representative in the Counseling Center next week.  If you would like to meet with any of the representatives, please sign up on Naviance.

  • University of Oregon Tuesday, April 30 @ 11:00
  • Missouri State University Friday, May 3 @ 10:30

 

TODAY is the final day to turn in Peer Minister applications in the Counseling Center.

 

Seniors!  If you are participating in the A+ program please remember that your 50 tutoring/mentoring hours are due by 3:00 p.m. Wednesday, May 1st to Mrs. McFarland.  No exceptions! If you need to know if you are missing hours, please stop by the Counseling Center soon.

 

Juniors, we need your designs for the class of 2020’s senior jersey.  All artwork is due in the Counseling Center TODAY!

Seniors please remember, the Senior Wrap-up closes this Sunday, April 28th.  This survey is very important, as the information is used at the Honors Assembly and Graduation.  If you have questions, please see Mrs. McFarland TODAY!

 

Looking for a summer job?  We may have the answer. A representative with Midwest Pools will be in the cafeteria during all lunch sessions today.  Be sure to stop by their table for more information.

 

A representative with the UMSL Bridge Program will be in the Counseling Center on Wednesday, May 1st at 8:45 a.m.  They will be available to answer any questions about their Summer Academy. This program is FREE and open to students in grades 9th and 10th.  If you would like to get more information about this program, please stop by the Counseling Center and let Mrs. McFarland know you would like a pass to talk with the representative.  

 

Seniors!  Wednesday, May 1st is National College Decision Day and to celebrate Lutheran North invites you to wear your college t-shirt.  Remember, this is NOT a dress down day, any senior choosing to wear a college t-shirt must be tucked into uniform bottoms. This is an exciting time and we are looking forward to seeing all your college choices.  

April 17, 2019

Sports Today

Varsity Baseball Home vs. Burroughs 4:15

JV Baseball @ Burroughs 4:15

Soccer Home vs. Bayless 4:15

 

Sports tomorrow

Varsity Baseball @ Ritenour 4:15

JV Baseball Home vs. Ritenour 4:15

Tennis vs. DuBourg @ Francis Park 4:00

 

Crusader News

Don’t forget the canned food drive! Put your donations of tuna, chicken, salmon, vegetables or fruit in the boxes in the front hallway by this Thursday. By helping those in need, you are putting your faith in action!

 

Crusaders, hard to believe, but it’s time to start looking ahead to next school year. If you are enjoyed participating in student activities like Spirit Weeks, Homecoming, or Pep Rallies, here’s your chance to make them even better. Student Council is accepting applications for the 2019/20 school year. If you want to get involved in making LHSN a better place, fill out an application, get it signed by 2 of your teachers, and return it to Mr. Lorenz by Friday, April 26. Applications can be found in the Student Council topic of the LN Students section of OnCampus. Please note, current StuCo members are also required to sign up for next year.

 

Counseling News

The lost and found is on display in the Counseling Center hallway until the end of the day today.  Remember, glasses, keys, and jewelry are kept in the Counseling Center stop inside if you have lost any of these items to see if we may have them.

 

On Tuesday, April 23rd, a representative with St. Louis County Parks will be in the cafeteria during all lunch sessions to answer questions about available jobs at area County Parks.  They are looking to fill lifeguard, camp counselor, and cashier positions. Be sure to stop by their table if you are looking for a summer job.

 

Students are reminded that Peer Minister applications are due in the Counseling Center next Friday, April 26th.  Applications are available in the Counseling Center. Stop by soon! Returning Peer Ministers need to fill out an application as well, don’t delay!  

 

Juniors, listen up!  Very important deadlines are approaching and you will be left out if you don’t get your items turned into the Counseling Center on time!  You are reminded that:

  • Senior class officer petitions are due THIS Thursday, April 18th.  Want to be involved in planning activities for your class next year?  Then be sure to get your name on the ballot for voting!
  • Senior jersey designs are due Friday, April 26th!  The winning artwork will be used for the class of 2020’s senior jerseys!  Start designing!

 

April 16, 2019

Sports Today

Track home Metro League Meet 3:30

Tennis home vs Principia 4:15

Varsity Baseball @ Burroughs 4:15

JV Baseball home vs Burroughs 4:15

 

Sports tomorrow

Varsity Baseball Home vs. Burroughs 4:15

JV Baseball @ Burroughs 4:15

Soccer Home vs. Bayless 4:15

 

Crusader News

Don’t forget the canned food drive! Put your donations of tuna, chicken, salmon, vegetables or fruit in the boxes in the front hallway by this Thursday. By helping those in need, you are putting your faith in action!

 

Crusaders, hard to believe, but it’s time to start looking ahead to next school year. If you are enjoyed participating in student activities like Spirit Weeks, Homecoming, or Pep Rallies, here’s your chance to make them even better. Student Council is accepting applications for the 2019/20 school year. If you want to get involved in making LHSN a better place, fill out an application, get it signed by 2 of your teachers, and return it to Mr. Lorenz by Friday, April 26. Applications can be found in the Student Council topic of the LN Students section of OnCampus. Please note, current StuCo members are also required to sign up for next year.

 

Counseling News

The lost and found is on display in the Counseling Center hallway until the end of the day today.  Remember, glasses, keys, and jewelry are kept in the Counseling Center stop inside if you have lost any of these items to see if we may have them.

 

On Tuesday, April 23rd, a representative with St. Louis County Parks will be in the cafeteria during all lunch sessions to answer questions about available jobs at area County Parks.  They are looking to fill lifeguard, camp counselor, and cashier positions. Be sure to stop by their table if you are looking for a summer job.

 

Students are reminded that Peer Minister applications are due in the Counseling Center next Friday, April 26th.  Applications are available in the Counseling Center. Stop by soon! Returning Peer Ministers need to fill out an application as well, don’t delay!  

 

Juniors, listen up!  Very important deadlines are approaching and you will be left out if you don’t get your items turned into the Counseling Center on time!  You are reminded that:

  • Senior class officer petitions are due THIS Thursday, April 18th.  Want to be involved in planning activities for your class next year?  Then be sure to get your name on the ballot for voting!
  • Senior jersey designs are due Friday, April 26th!  The winning artwork will be used for the class of 2020’s senior jerseys!  Start designing!

April 12, 2019

Sports Today

Track hosts the LHSN Relays 3:45

Soccer @ Trinity 4:15

Tennis Home vs. Whitfield 4:15

Varsity Baseball will continue play in the Lutheran North Tournament

 

Sports tomorrow

JV Baseball @ Orchard Farm 10:00

Varsity Baseball – Lutheran North Tournament

 

Crusader News

Hey, everyone! In the spirit of the approaching Faith in Action day, we are hosting a canned food drive. Put your donations in the boxes in the front hallway. Bring canned tuna, chicken, salmon, vegetables or fruit. Please put your FAITH IN ACTION by helping those who need help! Thank you.

 

Congratulations to Crusaders who have qualified for Straight A Cardinal tickets! Check the list in the front hallway and if your name is there, pick up your voucher in the main office. The voucher is good for 2 tickets to any Monday thru Thursday game.

 

Counseling News

A representative from Webster University will be in the Counseling Center on Monday, April 15th at 8:45.  If you are interested in this school, please sign up on Naviance to attend.

 

Juniors! Make sure you turn in your t-shirt size to Mrs. Burreson in the Counseling Center!

 

Seniors, don’t forget about the Senior Wrap-up Survey; which may be found on Naviance in the About Me section.  Important information is collected from this survey and is used at Senior Honors Assembly and graduation. Don’t delay!  If you have questions or need some help, please see Mrs. McFarland.

 

The lost and found is on display in the Counseling Center hallway until the end of the day next Wednesday, April 17th.  Glasses, keys, and jewelry are kept in the Counseling Center stop inside if you have lost any of these items to see if we may have them.