LuHigh Celebrates National Lutheran Schools Week
National Lutheran Schools Week provides nearly 2,000 preschools, elementary schools and high schools with the public opportunity to proclaim and celebrate God’s work among us in schools of The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod. We thank God for the opportunity to provide excellent academic
preparation for the children we serve. We are most grateful for the opportunity to share Jesus’ amazing love with children and their families.
Here at LuHigh we celebrated by visiting area Lutheran Elementary Schools, festivities, a food drive, and a special lunch. Mr. Dauss, Ms. Loughmiller, Mr. Scriber, and members of the LuHigh choir celebrated Chapel at Faith Lutheran and St. John Lutheran as part of our school-wide National Lutheran Schools Week celebration. We are grateful for the opportunity to share in God’s message and love with our Lutheran School community. Members of the LHS Service Club and Tribu Virtus kicked off National Lutheran Schools Week by traveling across the lake to Holy Trinity Lutheran Preschool in Covington. Twenty LHS students spent the morning – playing games, helping with crafts, and enjoying the entertaining questions posed by two to five year olds. Students discovered they possessed the hidden talents of swing pusher, parachute waver, and hide-and-seek player.
Students participated in a food drive for Second Harvest and we exceeded our goal of 400 and collected 518 cans! Great job, Gryphons! Students also enjoyed a special luncheon of soft tacos and nachos, and an afternoon of activities including Ping Pong, Pictionary, Family Feud, Movies, and Karaoke. Service Club decorated lockers with special treats for every student in school. Friday afternoon students enjoyed ice cream sundaes for meeting our Second Harvest goal!