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

School News 5/19/21

Humble yourselves, therefore, under God’s mighty hand, that he may lift you up in due time. Cast all your anxiety on him because he cares for you. – 1 Peter 5:6-7

 

Meals this week during finals: All those wishing to eat lunch &/or supper in the dining hall must sign up prior to the day of the meal!  Please only sign up if you ARE going to be here eating! There WILL be Breakfast On the Go offered during finals from 7:30 – 7:45am.  For your convenience & planning, the meals for finals week are as follows – –

Lunch/Supper
WednesdayChicken Penne Italiano/Sloppy Joes
ThursdayTaco Salad/Leftovers
FridayOrange Chicken/PIZZA ordered in

 

~Watch today’s Chapel Address

 

Seniors please pick up your gowns at 1:00 pm from the 2nd floor in Ingram.

 

Softball photos will be taken tomorrow before your game.

 

Class Day happens on Friday at 3:00 pm.

 

The Spring Concert happens on Friday at 7:30 pm.

 

Graduation happens on Saturday at 10:00 am.

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Solo & Ensemble Results: The Wisconsin State Music Association’s Solo and Ensemble Music Festival was held virtually this year, and ILC students submitted recordings of solos and quartets in April and May to be evaluated at the district and state levels.  The results from the District Festival are as follows:  (Class A–1* designates qualifying for state)  Congratulations to all, especially those who participated for the first time this year!

  • Blake Wales – Guitar Solo – Class B
  • Alyson Roth – Flute Solo – Class A
  • Evan Kuehne – Trumpet Solo – Class A–1*
  • Rebecca Durst – Clarinet Solo – Class A–1*
  • Brass Quartet – Class A–1*
  •         –Evan Kuehne, Joe LeDuc, Joel Kuehne and Alex Radichel
  • Female Barbershop Quartet – Class A 1*
  •         –Kari Wales, Olivia Thurow, Josie Vaver and Sarah Fox

At the State competition, the following scores were earned.  Again, Congratulations to all!

  • Brass Quartet  2
  • Clarinet Solo   1
  • Female Barbershop Quartet   1

 

Track & Field Report: Our Lancers were challenged by the rain and wet conditions in Melrose-Mindoro, but managed some impressive results. The boys finished 2nd out of 3 teams, while our girls team pulled out another win.

Some highlights include first place finishes by Lydia Kettner (400M & long jump*), Riley Naumann (100 hurdles & 200M), Sheridan Noeldner (triple jump), Suraya Williams (100M), Micah Fossum (1600M & 3200M), Cainnin Lone (110 hurdles*), Luke Strike (400M*) and our girls 4×100 team* (Riley, Suraya, Sheridan, & Lydia).

It was good to see almost half of our athletes set new personal bests in spite of the bad conditions. In addition to the ones (*) above, that includes George Carstensen (200M), Paul Frank (200M & shot put), and Mason Garvens (shot put).

Complete results are posted at https://crm.pttiming.com/uploads/projects/397/MM_Results.pdf.

This was the last meet of the season for some of our athletes, since they will be leaving after graduation this weekend. We thank particularly our seniors for their leadership and dedication this year and throughout their time at Immanuel: Lydia Kettner, Marisa Konshak, Suraya Williams, Mason Garvens, and Ben Haslett. (Lydia plans to stay to compete the rest of the season). God Bless your future endeavors!

 

JV Baseball Report: The JV boys’ baseball team turned in a great performance in their final game of the year spotting MelMin one run in the first inning but then outscoring the Mustangs by 8 and winning 10-3. The boys closed out one of the most successful JV seasons at Immanuel averaging close to double figures in runs and ending with a 6-4 record. Coach Wirth and I want to thank the players and parents for their support! Team!

 

Free Cappuccino and 2 for 1 Candy Bars! Hit the Canteen this week to help Nate clear out his stock of goodies. Spend over $1 and you get a free cappuccino.

 

Bike Owners: A reminder to all students with bikes on campus: All bikes must be removed from campus during the summer; those not removed will be forfeited and disposed of. Thank you for your cooperation!

FOB and Key Return at the End of the School Year:
– Resident Dorm Students please turn in your dorm key and fob to your Dorm Supervisor before you leave for home.
– Town Students please turn in your fob at the AC office before you leave for summer vacation.
– All fobs and keys not returned will be charged a fee to your student account.
Thank you for your cooperation!

 

Lost & Found: If you are missing any personal belongings, please stop by the Lost & Found Gallery in Prof. Weis’ office in the Commons. On the Monday after graduation, May 24, all remaining items in Lost & Found will be collected for donation to a charitable organization.

Cost per item
Wednesday – 5/19/21$0.75
Thursday – 5/20/21$1.00
Friday – 5/21/21

$1.00

 Anyone can buy any item! 

 

PRACTICE SCHEDULE

Softball V Baseball Track & Field
 Wednesday, 5/193:003:40-4:50Off
Thursday, 5/20 Pepin-Alma – H(Bollinger 7) 

Lv. 3:55

 Pepin-Alma – H(Bollinger 6) 

Lv. 4:10

 6:00-7:30
Friday, 5/21

Off

 Saturday, 5/22Off
Sunday, 5/236:00-7:30

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

 

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