Astronaut Jerry L. Ross will be at the Gathering in Shawano on November 14, 2014. Family style dinner will include 2 entrees, 4 sides, milk and water. Advance tickets are $45/at the door $50 (limited availability). Jerry L. Ross holds NASA’s frequent flyer award. www.jerrylross.comRead More
June 16, 2014
Kanon Schneider, a 2014 graduate of Wolf River Lutheran High School, received word recently that he won a $1,000 scholarship through Junior Achievement, the world’s largest organization dedicated to educating students about workforce readiness, entrepreneurship and financial literacy through experiential, hands-on programs. Kanon, already a budding entrepreneur, buys cars, fixes them up, and sells them. Congratulations, Kanon!
May 28, 2014
The Wolf River Lutheran High School team advanced three athletes to the WIAA Division 3 Track & Field Sectionals for the first time in four years.
Here are the results of those that qualified to move on during the Regional meet in Suring:
Andrew Schmidt: Long Jump – 3rd, Triple Jump – 3rd, 300m Hurdles – 6th
James Schmidt: 3200m Run – 4th
Taylor Timm: 800m Run – 4th
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May 23, 2014
The board, faculty, and staff of Wolf River Lutheran High School would like to congratulate our six graduates:
May God bless you always!
On Sunday, May 11th, the faculty and students of Wolf River Lutheran High School left the school at about 2:30am on their way to Austin Straubel Airport in Green Bay in order to fly to California for a school-wide field trip to Yosemite National Park. The group returned on Saturday, May 17th.
The trip, suggested and organized by the school’s math and science teacher, Mr. Paul Duerr, had been in the works for months as students had been busy raising the necessary funds to pay for the adventure. “Mr. Duerr grew up in California and has visited Yosemite countless times,” said Jay Lindsey, the school’s principal, “he came to me with the idea and I encouraged him to get the school board’s permission.”
While the trip was fun, the teachers worked hard to make it an educational experience. “The teachers spent time teaching units in history, science, and literature centering on our nation’s vast national park program and Yosemite in particular,” said Lindsey, “Christian teachings, particularly creationism, were emphasized too.”
It is hoped that this trip, and others like it in the future, can become a tradition. “An education is most effective when studied up close and personal. Our smaller school size makes trips like this more obtainable,” said Paul Duerr.Read More