Golf Tournament
LHSKC hosts the annual Karl Birnstein Memorial Golf Tournament
Saturday, October 1st marks the date for a recurring event, Lutheran High School's annual golf outing and fundraiser.
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Theme Verse 2016-2017
Colossians 1:10 set as the theme for 2016-2017
The theme for the 2016-2017 school year comes from Colossians 1:10. . . "Walk in a manner worthy of the Lord, fully pleasing to him, bearing fruit in every good work and increasing in the knowledge of God."
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Boys' State
Five LHSKC Juniors Participated in the Boys' State Experience.
The American Legion Boys State of Missouri is an eight-day hands on experience in the operation and fundamentals of government. Missouri Boys State draws together the best and brightest high school juniors to help lead them down the path of individual success and leadership through "doing," not just learning.
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Can it be that Parent/Teacher conferences are upon us already?  Yes, it can.

Parent/Teacher conferences are a vital component of the teaching/learning process.  As teachers we value the insights of those individuals who know our students the best—the parents and the guardians.  The coherent effort of adults working in harmonious unity can produce positive results in the life of a child.  While we can share the visible and tangible evidence of homework, test scores, and class participation, we do not always view the entire portrait of the student.  To fill in that part of the canvas, we need the collaboration of the home front.  As professionals we value the input, insights, and advice of those who love our students the most.  As a team we seek to improve our methodology and our assessments in order to reach each child in a meaningful manner.  Grades are important assessments judging the quality of work achieved during an academic school year.  Yet, social, spiritual, emotional, and leadership opportunities are seldom measured or formally assessed.

The development process of the entire child is our goal here at LHSKC.  Like ships passing in the night on a vast ocean we interact with our students for a brief, yet significant time in their lives.  Our hope is to positively influence lives for today, tomorrow and, eternity.  Corny? Perhaps.  Trivial? Not in the least.  I would hope the phrase becomes a familiar line when referencing our school.  You see, we believe in the mission and ministry of our school.

Please attend our Parent/Teacher conferences and allow us to learn more about those treasures God has entrusted us to serve.  See You Monday.  God bless

                                                                                                Dr. Cary Stelmachowicz