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March 14 - March 18, 2022

It's Not Easy

The chapel theme for this week is, "It's not easy." Following Jesus, brings with it, opposition. That was true for Jesus, it was true for the prophets in the Old Testament and the apostles in the New Testament, and it is true for us. Yet Jesus gives us victory over this opposition, and gives us a home with him in heaven. On Tuesday we will focus on how we face oppostion from outside ourselves based off 1Peter 4:12-13. On Thursday we hear about the opposition we face from within us based off of Romans 7:18-20. Lastly we wrap of the week on Friday with a message from Pastor Bode from St. Paul's Howard Grove. Join us for chapel via livestream on Tuesday at 10:06am and Thursday and Friday at 10:16am. See you at chapel!


Big News:  We have a March Match!
Thanks to some generous donations, a matching gift of $600,000 has been provided to the campaign!  Any new pledge or donation during the month of March will be matched by this gift. That means the Lancer Family can offset the cost of our construction by $1.2 million!  Help spread the word regarding this wonderful opportunity! Thank you to all who have participated in the campaign to this point! We are approaching the $5 million mark, with about $3 million coming in since last July!  Thanks be to God for this tremendous blessing! We remain committed to beginning the project this summer, doing what we can with the resources (financial and otherwise) available. Now is the time to get started! Let us continue to serve our school families—those of today and those of the future—with a ministry that is “Building Our Future On Christ.” 


Student Resource and Incentive day

On March 25th we are running our Student Resource and Incentive day. We did one of these in November last semester with great success. We will run an early release schedule that day. Students are dismissed at 12:34 unless…..

  • They have any missing work
  • They are ineligible due to academics
  • They have an F in any course
  • They are referred by a teacher

Any students who fall under the 4 criteria listed are required to stay at school until 3pm that day. The two exceptions will be students with missing work and students referred by a teacher. Once all missing work is finished or their teacher is done working with them and they don’t fall under the other criteria are allowed to leave earlier than 3pm. 

The intent of the day is to help those who are behind to catch up and to offer help to students who may need it. Lunch will be provided that day and students will be told if they need to stay prior to that Friday. Students who leave early without permission from administration or skip the day will result in discipline, which may include a suspension. If there are questions, feel free to contact Mr. Uhlhorn at duhlhorn@mlhslancers.org.



Thank you to all of the parents and grandparents for all of the awesome hot lunch donations you have made to the hot lunch program! WOW! This is another way that you make so much possible for the student and staff at MLHS! We could not do it without your support. God bless you!

From your all your friends in the hot lunch program! THANK YOU!



The Lancer Link is one of the ways you can stay connected to Manitowoc Lutheran High School! Enjoy this quarter's video-March 2022, produced by our Digital Media students.

Nice Work Students!



MLHS Call Update

The MLHS Federation issued a call to Pastor Benjamin Radtke to serve in the theology department.  He currently serves at St. Martin’s Lutheran Church in Watertown, SD.  He is married with two children.  Pastor Radtke is a 2007 graduate from Wisconsin Lutheran Seminary and has been serving where he is since then. Keturah Hochmuth accepted our one-year call as “Student Resource Coordinator.”  We thank the Lord of the Church for this decision!


Try out for the MLHS Dance Team! 

Fill out this Form to Try Out!

TRYOUTS are Friday, April 29th (5:30-8pm) and Saturday, April 30th (3-6pm) you will need to be at both tryout dates.

At MLHS-This is for current 8th grade -Juniors
Contact: Ms. Abigail Bosin


The MLHS students had a very successful day at WSMA Solo / Ensemble Saturday, March 5th.  What a blessing to see them all use their talents so wonderfully.  22 of our MLHS events are moving on to WSMA State Festival at UW-Green Bay on Saturday, May 7th.  Th Lancer Singers qualified for state for the 24th consecutive year!  Congratulations MLHS music students!


WPCP (Wisconsin Parental Choice Program) opens February 1st

WPCP (Wisconsin Parental Choice Program) opens tomorrow (2/1/22). Families that are currently in choice and those that would like to begin 9th grade year are encouraged to apply. Email Mr Uhlhorn (duhlhorn@mlhslancers.org) for more information.


Join FOL at the Resch Center

Several members of the Friends of the Lancers have just completed a very successful  season of concessions for home Packer games. The funds raised go toward the school Wish List in May. Much of that goes toward the various team uniforms. Let’s keep OUR  teams looking good!

We have been asked to get involved with concessions at the Resch Center. Somewhat similar to Packer games, but less hours required. Four to six hours per event, and should be done by 10PM depending on overtime, etc. This is for a variety of events such as indoor football, hockey, concerts, comedy shows,  and some WIAA events.

If anyone is interested in volunteering to help MLHS, here is a great opportunity!  To minimize parking problems, we carpool together and then we arrive at the same time and that makes registering easy. There is a list of 16 events for March and about that many for April. We can choose which dates we would like to attend. Let me know if you would like more information and I can email it to you. (too large for this article) We have a group already signed up for March 19 Eric Church concert. Don’t be left behind ! Call me, Jon Schwalbe at 920-758-2730 and feel free to leave a message.


Marketing Class - Online Store!

Looking for a new way to support students MLHS and the Capital Campaign at the same time? In a new ‘Marketing in the Digital Era’ class this semester, a group of Juniors and Seniors, with the guidance and supervision of Mr. Gurgel, has created an online store with various Lancer apparel and items available for purchase. In this class, students read in an online textbook and use strategies they learn to help improve their shop to drive in more customers. Every student has come up with their own product to design and sell in the shop. All profits made will be donated to the Capital Campaign fund. Please check out our shop at lancerlounge.com!


Spirit Wear Available in the SCRIP Office!

Are you looking to show your MLHS pride? Our spirit store is fully stocked and make perfect gifts for yourself or anyone on your list. To view and purchase your spirit wear, stop by the SCRIP office anytime during their open hours. The MLHS SCRIP Office is open Monday - Friday, 7:30AM-3:30PM, with additional hours on Thursdays, 4:00PM-6:00PM.


Online Softball Apparel Stores Are Open!

SPRING IS HERE and Softball is around the corner! Get your MLHS apparel and support your Lancer Teams!

SOFTBALL: Order Deadline is 3/17- https://mlsa22.itemorder.com/ GO LANCERS!


These are the seven students selected to represent our school at the WELS East Regional Band Festival at Michigan Lutheran High School next weekend. The concert will be livestreamed at 1pm central on Sunday, March 20. Livestream: information located at www.mlhslancers.org/finearts.


It’s time once again for the MLHS Spring Showcase, and we’d like to invite you! This year’s event will be held on Saturday, March 19th at Knox’s Silver Valley and will include a plated dinner, live & silent auctions, a raffle (with top prize of $5,000!), and entertainment by Riley Haupt. All proceeds this year will benefit the MLHS Track & Field program as we work to build our own facilities. Click Here for details, and be sure to follow us on Facebook and Instagram for updates. We hope to see you there.

Christian Family Solutions Presentation: What is going on in there?

The Teen Brain – presented by Dr. Brandon Hayes

Lakeshore Lutheran Schools will be offering a presentation for all parents at Manitowoc Lutheran High School on Tuesday March 29, 2022 at 6:30pm. All are welcome to attend. Presentation Information: What is going on in there? The Teen Brain – presented by Dr. Brandon Hayes of Christian Family Solutions. Description: The adolescent brain undergoes tremendous growth during the teen years. Parents are often left stunned and confused by teen behavior. Teens’ brains are changing during the adolescent years. The reaction from teens has been, “Would someone please tell my parents about this?” So, now we are. Please contact Mr. Corey Marohn with any questions at cmarohn@mlhslancers.org.

Click to RSVP for the event!

Don’t miss out on your chance to win. Any gift card purchase of $25+ from ShopWithScrip enters you to win a $50 gift card from 1 of 6 sponsoring brands. March 14-18 only. Online orders through your RaiseRight App!

CONTACT SCRIP with any questions! scrip@mlhslancers.org or  920-686-6711.

Come to MLHS for the annual Easter Concert at MLHS on Wednesday, April 13th at 7PM. Jesus Christ is Lord is the theme and the concert will feature the MLHS Cantate Choir, Concert Choir, Lancer Singers, Symphonic Band, Guitar Ensemble, and the Lakeshore Lutheran Chorale. Bring all of your family and friends to this free concert to hear about Jesus' eternal life for all.


Robotics 7103 at MLHS is preparing for their regional trip to Peoria, IL! Competition begins on Wednesday, March 16th-Saturday, March 19th. These dedicated students with their dedicated mentors do AMAZING things! See the latest videos on their YouTube Channel or follow them on Facebook! Get a sneak peek of what they are working on! 

Follow Robo Remedy!


HONOR ROLL for 1st Semester at MLHS

Students must maintain a 3.5 or greater GPA. This semester, 133 Lancer students achieved academic excellence. (40 Seniors, 24 Juniors, 27 Sophomores, 42 Freshman). Congratulations to our students on their academic success and God's richest blessings! Keep up the good work!

Bessler, Brianna
Brendemuehl, Rebecca
Brunner, Shalyn
Chen, Lijinghan (Alice)
Dewane, Ryan
Doneff, Amelie
Egerer, Shawn
Ermis, MonRaye
Franz, Madeline
Gries, Jenna
Hacker, Trayce
Hecker, August
Keesling, Taylor
Koenig, Zackary
Kolar, Emma
Kracht, Emma
LaFond, Emma
Lindemann, Adam
Lindemann, Paul
Liu, Chang (Camilla)
Liu, Wenda (Stoney)
Luebke, Brooklyn
Lukasek, Benjamin
Marohn, Emily
Matthias, Helene
Miller, Emma 
Plocher, Isaiah
Pupoom, Nutnicha (Preem)
Ruddat, Isaiah
Schleis, Aubry
Schuette, Erin
Schultz, Christopher
Siedschlag, Mary
Smith, Alexandra
Stanzel, Casey
Strutz, Cameron
Stubbe, Sydney
Trochta, Jocelyn
Ungemach, Katie
Zander, Grace
Blauert, Isabella
Bubolz, Zachary
Cappelle, Christian
Ciha, Seth
Darvanian, BellaRain
Kolar, Elizabeth
Krahn, Caleb
Liermann, Myra
Lischka, Jenna
Marohn, Luke
Mathies, McKenzie
Mehlhorn, Mallory
Melso, Jonah E
Merrill, Mary
Messman, Gavin
Peitersen, Kaden
Radandt, Ella
Ronski, Olivia
Ruddat, Lillian
Schultz, Scott
Schulz, Lydia
Sieracki, Jordan
Stelzer, Owen
Uhlhorn, Caleb
Austreng, Mariah
Bennett, Brayden
Brunner, Skylar
DeVries, Jaelynn
Groll, Bryanna
Habeck, Janae
Jaeger, Joseph
Kracht, Ashley
Leiterman, Madysen
Lemke, Lillian
Luebke, Madison
Luebke, Peyton
Lukasek, Noah
Maresh, Lauren
Palamidesse, Stella
Peroutka, Bridget
Richard, Wyatt
Rogne, Emily
Scheider, Owen
Schuettpelz, Taylor
Stelzer, Luke
Storzer, Kaeden R
Sveom, Madalynn
Uhlhorn, Emily
Wodsedalek, Charlotte
Zeng, Jiazi
Zirbel, Brayden
Atwell, William
Baye, Kamden
Blauert, Elizabeth
Brooks, Logan
Buege, Margaret
Carrico, Dominic
Dewane, Maren
Ermis, Ginevra
Fictum, Grace
Fischer, Morgan
Flores, Isabella Lynn
Gaedtke, Bowen
Gaedtke, Isaiah
Habeck, Jaelyn
Heffner, Sarah
Her, Jeremiah
Hirsch, Kaydence
Kanzenbach, Jacob
Keesling, Logan
Keil, Maya
Kiss, Trisha
Korte, Addison
Krahn, Anna Mary
Lee, Zachary
Li, Muen (Ricky)
Luckow, Joshua
Manzano, Charles
Marohn, Abigail
Marohn, Caitlin
Phatsalisaeng, Alexander
Robley, Megan
Ruddat, Elijah
Sawall, Callie
Schulz, Selah
Stuebs, Gabriel
Taylor, Hannah
Ungemach, Joseph
Van Deurzen, Uriah
Vogt, Ryder
Vos, Noelle
Wall, Robert
Wang, Shurui (Richard)

Job opportunities at MLHS

MLHS is currently looking for a Ministry Advancement Assistant and a Communications Director. Please go to www.mlhslancers.org/jobs to learn more, and to fill out an application. 


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

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