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Leader or Bossy? 


When your child is with peers, is she usually in charge? Or is she a follower that permits others to determine what game is played and what the ground rules are?
If you look up leaders in the dictionary, examples will include conducting an orchestra, a military commander, or even a lead or guide dog in a sled pack. What is the common thread in these types of leaders? All of them describe someone who motivates others to perform for the good of the team. Leaders do not accomplish great things by ‘throwing their weight around’; instead, they inspire people allowing things to harmonize.
So, if we want our children to be positive leaders, what are some things we need to instill in them. We can teach our child to be a better listener than a talker. By listening to others and responding to them in appropriate ways will help your child earn respect.
Encourage dialogue with your child by asking her to give examples of whom she considers good leaders in her life. What is it that makes them easy to follow? In addition, discuss ways the person in charge brings about good results. The opposite end of the spectrum needs to be looked at also. How do people abuse authority, and how does that action bring negative results?
Talk about how your child can ‘let her light shine’ to positively influence others by doing the right thing even in difficult circumstances. Many times in the business world, this characteristic is noticed and brings favorable results. The power of persuasion and how to influence others would go with this topic.
Ask your child if she is comfortable making decisions that affect others? Remind her to be open to the suggestions of others.
Finally, discuss with your child what Jesus meant when he said, “As I have loved you, so you must love one another” (John 13:34). Is it important that your child is a leader all the time? No. There are many times when we follow the lead of others. However, there are many circumstances that your child will encounter where leadership is necessary. 

2019-20 Registration  


A Google form can be found in the online Broadcaster this week. Please help us prepare for the upcoming school year by filling out this form ASAP.

Judge Needed


The SLHS Forensics meet is Wednesday, May 1st beginning at 4 pm. Each team should have one judge to help at the meet from 4-7:30 pm. You will listen to anywhere from five to twelve pieces and complete a rubric on the presentation. If you can help, please let me know by calling or texting 262-948-9795 or by notifying the school office. This volunteer service will help our children grow and help to keep expenses down. Thanks for considering this!

Pacer Passports  


Passports that have 3 or more stamps in them must be turned into Shoreland Lutheran by April 26. There are two ways you can turn it in: Physically bring it to Shoreland by giving it to the Main Office or deposit it into the Drop Box outside of the main entrance door. Or, take a picture of it and email it to office@slhs.us or huebnerp@slhs.us

Forensics


Forensics meets twice a week on Tuesday and Thursday. The Shoreland Forensics meet is scheduled for Wednesday, May 1st at 4pm.

SAPC Academic Fair


The art and social study projects for the Academic Fair at Shoreland this Friday, April 26,  are to be delivered between 4:30 to 5:00 in the commons at Shoreland. The knowledge bowl competition is in the gym with grades 5-6 from 5:15-6:15 while grades 7-8 are to be with their art and social studies projects in the commons. Then from 6:30-7:30 the students in grades 7-8 will participate in the knowledge bowl while grades 5-6 are at their art and social studies project. The fair should wrap up by 8:15 with awards and then taking home the projects.  

School Plays


Our 5-8 grade students will be performing “The Day Skinny Jeans Saved the Universe” and our K-4 will be performing “Rats”. The evening show will take place in the school basement on May 3rd. Doors will open at 6:30 and the fist show (K-4)will begin at 7 pm.

Grandparents Day


Grandparents day is scheduled for Friday, May 3 from 8am to noon. More information and an RSVP slip was sent home last week with the students. Please reply by April 26.

Kindergarten Promotion  


On Wednesday, May 22nd at 6pm there will be a Kindergarten Promotion Program in the lower level of school.

Eighth Grade Graduation  


On Thursday, May 23rd at 6:30pm we will celebrate the promotion of our 8th grade class.

PTS HELP NEEDED  


We have a few events coming up that are in need of some help from our Parent Teacher Society. Please note that all parents are part of our PTS! All help is greatly appreciated.
Help is needed for the following events:
Friday, May 3: Grandparents day. Serving @ 9:00am, Clean Up @ 10:00am
Friday, May 3: Play Night. All families in grades 5-8 are asked to bring a snack for play intermission. Help needed for set up @ 6:45 pm, serving between plays and clean up.
Monday, May 13: Parent Education Night - Cyber Safety. Help with nacho bar meal. Set up @ 4:30pm, serving 5-6:00 pm, clean up.
Please let Mrs.Hagedorn or the office know if you are willing to help. Thank you!

Cyber Safety Presentation


Do you know how to keep your child safe using social media or the internet? What can you do to help your child make wise choices on the internet? Officer Jeff Wamboldt will be presenting to our Parents and Teachers on Monday, May 13. Supper provided at 5:30 PM and Presentation at 6:30 PM. Child supervision will be available by responsible adults and teens. Mark your calendars for this important presentation.


Tuesday, April 23
Field Trip - SLHS Pacer for a Day
3:30-4:15 pm - Forensics Practice
5 - 7pm - Softball Practice @ Lincoln Park

Thursday, April 25
3:30-4:15 pm - Forensics Practice

Friday, April 26
4:30 - 9pm -  Academic Fair - SLHS

Saturday, April 27
9-11 am - School Cleaning Day
5:30 pm - Worship (K)  

Sunday, April 28
7 & 10:30 am - Worship (K)  
9 am - Worship (S)

Tuesday, April 30
3:30-4:15 pm - Forensics Practice
5-7 pm - Softball Practice 

Thursday, May 2
6:30 pm - Confirmation Examination

Friday, May 3
8am - 12pm - Grandparents Day
1/2 day (Noon Dismissal)
7pm - School Plays 

Saturday, May 4
Softball Tournament
5:30pm Worship 

Sunday, May 5
Confirmation Sunday (10:30am service)
7 & 10:30 am - Kenosha Worship 
9 am - Somers Worship

Tuesday, May 7
3 - 6th Grade Discovery World Field Trip
 

Field Trips


Grades K-6 will visit to Milwaukee Zoo on Friday, May 17. We will depart at 8:15 & return by 3:15pm.
Grades 7-8 will visit Chicago’s Science and Industry Museum on Friday, May 17th. One driver may be needed, details will be sent home tomorrow.
Grades 3-6 will visit Discovery World in Milwaukee on Tuesday, May 7th.

Last Day of School 


Our last day of school is Thursday, May 23rd. This is a full day of school.


Softball

The team will practice today from 5-6:45 pm at the Lincoln Park softball fields. Please be prompt when picking up, Miss Petermann has to get back to Bethany for Choir by 7pm. The tournament will take place on May 4th at Lincoln Park.
 

Tomorrow is the last day to order hot lunch for the first week in May. Don’t forget to use your credits if you have them. Thank you! As always, lunch orders are always due the Wednesday before the week you would like to order. Questions?
Contact Jen Vega
lunchandmilk@bethanykenosha.org

 
Hot Lunch and Milk Guidelines

May Menu
May Order Form

This Week...
W - Asian Chicken
Th - Cheese Calzone
F - Meatball Sub

Next Week....
M - Swedish Meatballs
Tu - Shredded BBQ Turkey
W - Chef's Salad
Th - Chicken Patty Sandwich
F - BBQ Chicken Leg

All are welcome to join us for chapel every Wednesday morning at 8:00 in the church. It’s a great twenty minute start to your day!

Please have you child dress warmly on Wednesdays because they walk outside back and forth from the school to the church.
Update

April 28 at Kenosha (8 & 10:30am) - Handbells play, call time is 7:30am.
May 23 at Kenosha (6:30pm) - Handbells play, call time is 6pm.
 

Field Trips


Grades 5-8 will be taking a field trip to Milwaukee Museum on Friday, April 12. We will be leaving at 8:15 and return by 3:15 PM. Please dress in nice school clothes and bring a sack lunch and a drink.
Grades 5-6 will visit Shoreland Lutheran high School for Pacer for  a Day on Tuesday, April 23rd.


Our mailing address is:
2100 75th Street
Kenosha, WI 53142

Phone 262-654-3501
Fax 262-654-3234

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