Immanuel Lutheran High School, College, and Seminary
Eau Claire, WI

School News 3/25/21

For if you forgive other people when they sin against you, your heavenly Father will also forgive you. But if you do not forgive others their sins, your Father will not forgive your sins. – Matthew 6:14-15

Lunch Today – Lemon Chicken

Supper – Pancakes & Sausage

Lunch Tomorrow – Taco Salad


~Watch today’s Chapel Address


Paychecks are available in the office.

Mancino’s for Lunch! Next Tuesday lunch will be provided as a gift from the Berea congregation in Minneapolis. This meal is for all high school students & those others who signed up previously. More details on the way . . .  🙂



Softball  V Baseball  Track & Field
Thursday, 3/25 3:00 3:10 – 4:50 5:45-7:15 out
Friday, 3/26 3:00  3:10 – 4:50 Off
Saturday, 3/27 3:00 Off 8:00-10:00 out
Sunday, 3/28 3:00 Off 5:45-7:15 out

Indoor Practice Schedule: 3:00-Softball, 4:00-Varsity BB, 5:00-JV BB, 6:00-Track






 Thur, 3/25  5:00-6:30  Act 1 – Act 2 Asia, Australia, Europena, Flint, Mrs. Wiggs, Miss Hazy, Serafina, Miss Lucy, Robert, Billy, Belle, Dick, Bonita


March 25th Trivia:

421: The city of Venice was founded.

1655: Saturn’s largest moon, Titan, was discovered by Christiaan Huygens.

1692: Sarah Good and a female slave are convicted of witchcraft at the first Salem Witch Trial. Sarah was later hanged and the slave was eventually pardoned. In the following months, 19 others would be executed for witchcraft.

1807: The Slave Trade Act became law, abolishing the slave trade in the British Empire.

1983: Michael Jackson performs the Moonwalk dance move for the first time before a live audience during the song Billie Jean for the TV show Motown 25: Yesterday, Today, Forever.

1993: The 60-year-old founder of the Wendy’s hamburger chain – and high school dropout, Dave Thomas, gets his GED. He was then awarded an honorary diploma by a Florida high school who voted him “most likely to succeed.”

3019 T.A. (fiction) Sauron defeated and the ring destroyed, Lord of the Rings

And, North Korea has its own distinct basketball rules, such as three points for a dunk, four points for a three-pointer that does not touch the rim, minus one point for missing a free throw, and eight points for a basket scored in the final three seconds.