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Someone in New Berlin won the Powerball lottery ticket worth $768.4 million. Your sister just had her first birthday. Christian Yelich just hit 3 home runs in one game. When someone has good news to share, they get excited and cannot keep it to themselves.
On the first Easter morning, some women heard news that was so wonderful, they could keep it to themselves. Mary Magdalene, Mary the mother of James, and Salome went to the tomb of Jesus at dawn to complete the anointing of his body. On the way, there was a violent earthquake. Wondering who might roll the large stone away from the entrance, they were extremely surprised to see it gone from the entrance.  Looking into the tomb, they saw an angel who said to them, “Do not be afraid, for I know that you are looking for Jesus of Nazareth, who was crucified. He is not here; he has risen, just as he said.”
The sight of the angel startled them and brought fear, but the message of the angel changed their lives forever. The Savior, Jesus, whom they loved dearly and believed to be the promised Savior, was alive. He had told them he would suffer, die, and rise again. But the sorrow over his death clouded their thinking so much that they had forgotten his promise to rise from the dead. Now the joy returned instantly. They hurried away from the tomb and ran to tell his disciples the awesome news. Jesus is alive! He who promised to suffer and die for the sins of the world rose from the dead just as he said. Now they had to share this wonderful news!
Sunday, we too will have the opportunity to see our risen Savior through his all-powerful Word. Jesus suffered, died, and rose on the third day to pay for our sins. Our living Savior promises that he will also raise us from the dead. On the Last Day, we will physically join our loved ones who have gone before for an eternity in the glories of heaven! May the peace and joy of Easter be with us all!

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.

SLHS Academic Fair

The Shoreland Academic Fair is scheduled for Friday, April 26, beginning at 4:30 PM. There will be art and social studies displays as well as knowledge bowl competition. We will be choosing projects from our Social Studies Fair to enter.  

Pace 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 or


Forensics meets twice a week on Tuesday and Thursday. (No practice on Maundy Thursday) The Shoreland Forensics meet is scheduled for Wednesday, May 1st at 4pm.

Field Trips

Grades 5 & 6 will visit SLHS on April 23rd for Pacer for a Day.
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.

Emil's Pizza

The pizza sale was a huge success. We sold over $3,400 worth of pizzas and brought in over $1,200 in funds for the school and the DC trip. Thank you to all who participated! Congratulations to one student earning $370 toward the DC trip.

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.

Social Studies Fair 

Thank you to all who helped with the Social Studies Fair this past Thursday. All the projects should be taken home. Congratulations to the top three in each class. Your project is entered for the SAPC Academic Fair next Friday, at Shoreland. The art and social study projects 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 of projects.

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 16
3:30-4:15 pm - Forensics Practice
NO Softball Practice 

Thursday, April 18
3:30 pm - Maundy Thursday Worship (K) - Jr. Choir Sings
6:30 pm - Maundy Thursday Worship (S)

Friday, April 19
Good Friday
No School - Easter break
Saturday, April 20
5:30pm Worship 

Sunday, April 21
Easter Sunday
7 & 10:30 am - Kenosha Worship 
9 am - Somers Worship

Monday, April 22
No school - Easter Break

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 24
3:30-4:15 pm - Forensics Practice

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

Saturday, April 27
5:30 pm - Worship (K)  

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

Last Day of School 

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


No practice this week due to the wet fields. The team will practice next Tuesday from 5-7 pm at the Lincoln Park softball fields. The tournament will take place on May 4th at Lincoln Park. 

Hot lunch Menus and order forms are being sent home with student’s today. Some families have credits and some still have a balance due. Please look at the order carefully. Thank you! As always, lunch orders are always due the Wednesday before the week you would like to order. Questions?
Contact Jen Vega

Hot Lunch and Milk Guidelines

May Menu
May Order Form

This Week...
W - Homemade Chili
Th - Asian Glazed Boneless Wings
F - No School 

Next Week....
M - No School
Tu - Sloppy Joe
W - Asian Chicken
Th - Cheese Calzone
F - Meatball Sub

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.

Junior Choir sings for Maundy Thursday - Kenosha @ 3:30 on April 18
Handbells plays - Sunday, April 4/28 @ 8:00 and 10:30 pm
I apologize for any schedule discrepancies!

*We will not be playing handbells at Mt Zion this school year.

Full Year Schedule

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.

Holy Week Worship

Maundy Thursday:
3:30pm at Kenosha
6:30pm at Somers.
Good Friday:
1 & 4:30pm at Kenosha
6:30pm at Somers
Easter Vigil:
6:30 at Kenosha
Easter Sunday:
7 & 10:30am at Kenosha
9am at Somers

School Choice

The window for signing up for school choice tuition assistance ends on April 20. If you are interested, we urge you to register for school choice very soon. You are to go to the DPI website: and apply. In planning for next year, we need to know how many seats to reserve for our members. However, if your income level was significantly lower in 2018 than 2017, please do not apply until you file your 2018, 10 40 tax return. Any questions, please feel free to give Melissa a call in the office at 262-654-3234. We do plan on continuing with the Bethany Tuition assistance for families that do not qualify for choice dollars.

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

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

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