Wolf River participated in the track meet in Bonduel on Thursday. There were 4 participants that finished in the top 5 placings in their event.
Andrew Schmidt: 3rd in triple jump with a 38-0.150, and 3rd in long jump with a 17-10.0
Ann Buchholz 2nd in 300m hurdles with a time of 1:01.40
Taylor Timm 4th in the 800m run with a 2:23.57
Kanon Schneider 5th in 300m hurdles with a 50.94
Other participants were Cheyenne Clements, James Luepke, Sydnee Reed
The track team represented Wolf River very well with 7 students competing.Read More
Please join White Clay Lake Immanuel Lutheran Church for their Family Style Potato and Chicken Dinner Soup Dinner. On May 4, 2014. Serving from 11am until 2pm. Tickets are $9 for Adults, $4 for Children 6-12 and free for Childern under 5. You are also invited to join them for worship at 8:30 am.Read More
April 10, 2014
Want to learn more about Wolf River Lutheran High School?
We are proud to announce two special events that can help you do just that!
DISCOVER LUTHERAN HIGH!
An adult oriented event designed to share our story with members of the community that are curious about Shawano County’s only faith-based high school. Regardless of the age of your children, or even if you don’t have children, we encourage you to attend and hear more about what makes our school so special. You’ll also have the opportunity to meet current teachers, parents, students, and board members.
Date: Sunday, April 27th
Time: 2:00pm – 4:00pm
Location: Boarders Inn, W7393 Riverbend Rd, Shawano, WI 54166
No advanced reservations required. Questions? Call (715) 745-2400.
Student Open House
Children in grades 8-11 are invited to spend all or part of a day at our school and experience what makes it such a great place to be a student. Free lunch will be provided. Transportation may be available.
Date: Monday, April 28th
Time: 8:00am – 3:00pm
Location: Wolf River Lutheran High School, 220 Zachow St., Cecil, WI 54111
Please RSVP to (715) 745-2400 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.Read More
April 8, 2014
Junior students, James Schmidt and Taylor Timm, received word today that their project finished 6th out of 118 entries in the recent regional level National History Day Competition held in Green Bay, Wisconsin. They were also notified that they have earned the right to present their project at the state competition on May 3rd. The theme of this year’s contest was “Rights and Responsibilities.”
Their project is based upon the life of Eric Liddell, a Scottish Olympic athlete, who, during the 1924 Olympics in Paris, chose not to compete in his best event because it was being held on Sunday, the Christian Sabbath. His Olympic story is partially chronicled in the famous film, Chariots of Fire. Moreover, Lidell’s life as a Christian missionary to China, and the tribulations suffered as a result, tell even more of his deep conviction to honor God with life.
Congratulations to you both!Read More
April 7, 2014
On Saturday, April 5th, several students from WRLHS had an opportunity to compete in the National History Day regional competition at the Kress Center of UW-Green Bay.
“National History Day (NHD) is a highly regarded academic program for elementary and secondary school students. Each year, more than half a million students, encouraged by thousands of teachers nationwide participate in the NHD contest. Students choose historical topics related to a theme and conduct extensive primary and secondary research through libraries, archives, museums, oral history interviews and historic sites. After analyzing and interpreting their sources and drawing conclusions about their topics’ significance in history, students present their work in original papers, websites, exhibits, performances and documentaries. These products are entered into competitions in the spring at local, state and national levels where they are evaluated by professional historians and educators. The program culminates in the Kenneth E. Behring National Contest each June held at the University of Maryland at College Park.” (from www.nationalhistoryday.org)
This year’s topic was “Rights & Responsibilities.” Mr. Brent Schultz, who teaches social studies, acted as the school’s primary organizer and advisor for the event and did a great job preparing his students for such a massive undertaking. Congratulations to everyone on a job well done.