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Campaign Corner

Building Committee is resuming their meetings this week to begin the design drawings for phase one, the gym!

Please PRAY: Ask for God's blessings in our efforts to strengthen Manitowoc Lutheran High School's foundation through the Building Our Future on Christ Campaign. LEAD: Get engaged! Be an ambassador for the initiative by spreading the word and helping us transform our students, community, and world! SUPPORT: Continue to help us reach our phase one goal to raise at least an additional $4 million! Contact Martin Plocher, Campaign Director or Jerry Haupt, Campaign Chair at campaign@mlhslancers.org with any questions or comments you may have. You may also visit www.mlhslancers.org/campaign. Thank you.


MLHS Call Report

Calls Accepted

Mr. Phil Stuebs accepted MLHS' call to teach our industrial arts and STEM courses. 

Calls Returned

Mr. Joel Barthel returned the call to teach at Lakeside Lutheran High School in the science department.

Mr. Nathan Meitner returned the call a call to teach 7th & 8th Grade, departmentalized and serve as the congregational music leader at St. Paul’s in Columbus, OH.

Mr. James Otto the call to serve as English instructor and coach forensics at Shoreland Lutheran High School in Kenosha, WI.

We are very blessed that these three men have decided to continue serving here at MLHS. Please keep the other ministries in your prayers as they look to fill their vacant positions. 

Holding Calls

12/6 Mr. Dave Liebhard to serve as the I.T. Director and teach in the science department

Please keep all these gentlemen and their families in your prayers as their prayerfully consider where to best serve the Lord. 

Reminders and Information from MLHS

  • Students must be present half the day to practice in any extra curricular, and must be here all day to participate or perform in a game/play/event. Special permission can be granted from AD or the Principal.
  • If a student receives a UA (unverified absent) a parent has 24 hours to excuse this. More than 1 UA results in a detention.
  • Students will begin to select courses mid February-March by grade level. Students will need to get parent, advisor, and department head approval for classes. 
  • The deadline for course changes will be June 15th, there will be a $25 fee after this date. 
  • Online classes will be for 11th -12th students only, exceptions for 10th can be made by appealing to advisor. The cost of each class is $300 (no 1st one free).
  • Students who are interested in Youth Apprenticeship must first apply with MLHS, students must have a teacher recommendation. The application will be sent out end of January. 11th graders interested in YA must be for AG or Trades only.  12th grade can be for anything. 

Senior Ads for the 22/23 Yearbook: The Excalibar

This year the yearbook staff has set aside six pages for senior ads.They are available on a first come, first served basis. Unfortunately, when the pages are gone – they are gone.

Page prices: 

½ page: $70, ¼ page: $35, ⅛ page: $20   

Email the information and photos to Kathy Kock (kkock@mlhslancers.org

  • Charlotte Wodsedalek, editor 
  • Madysen Leiterman, co-editor
  • Kathy Kock, faculty advisor

Junior Lancer Wrestling

Junior Lancer Baseball

MLHS Dance Camp


Lancer Boys Basketball

The Lancer boys varsity basketball team won both of their games last week to improve to 5-7 on the season. The first matchup of the week, Tuesday, 1/3, took the Lancers across town to take on the Roncalli Jets.  For those who have not been following along the Jets are the defending state champions. This team, while not as strong as last year, they still are a competitive group. The lancers were down by two at half, and were able to out score the Jets in the second half to come out with the 51-50 victory. Three Lancers scored in the double digits leading the team was senior Aidan Franzen with 13, followed by sophomore Derek Laabs with 12 and junior Brayden Bennett with 11. 

On Friday, 1/6, the boys traveled to Elkhart Lake to take on the Resorters. The Lancers held a two point lead at halftime and outlasted the Resorters to leave with a 64-59 victory. Leading all scoring in the game was Aidan Frazen who scored 25 points, with 12 rebounds and 5 blocks. Derek Laabs chipped in 12 points and freshman Wesley Hecker scored 10. The Lancers have two games this week, Tuesday they go to Oostburg to take on the Flying Dutchmen (4-2), and Thursday the Lancers host the Hilbert Wolves (1-6).

Full stats from all games can be seen here.

Lancer Girls Basketball

The Lancer girls varsity team only played one game last week when they took on the Hilbert Wolves.  The Lancers got out to an early lead and held on for the 46-19 victory. The Lancer defense was strong, holding the Wolves to only 6 points in the second half. Leading all scoring in the matchup was freshman Marissa Mehlhorn with 17 points, while sophomore Ginerva Ermis added 11 points.  The Lancers are on a 4 game winning streak right now and are 9-3 overall, 5-3 in conference play.  This week the Lady Lancers host both of their games, Tuesday vs Random Lake and Friday vs Reedsville. Come out and cheer on the Lancers!


Check out the MLHS Scrip page for updated forms, newsletters, and special incentives

Visit the MLHS Fine Arts page for more information.

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4045 Lancer Circle  | Manitowoc, Wisconsin 54220
920-682-0215 | MLHS@mlhslancers.org

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