September 8, 2017
Dear Parents
This past weekend, we celebrated Labor Day.
We celebrated by "resting" an extra couple of days!
In worship this weekend, we heard about God's command to worship.  It's so easy in our "busy" lives to take a day off from worship. God is very clear in His third commandment. "Remember the Sabbath day by keeping it holy".  Martin Luther, in the Small Catechism says that this means, "We should fear and love God so that we do not despise preaching and His Word, but hold it sacred and gladly hear and learn it."  
Our children see how we honor His commands by what we do every day.  In the busyness of your life, I pray that you find His JOY in the Sabbath.

Albert J. Amling
Superintendent of Schools/Principal

In This Issue

The 2017-18 
Major Date calendar 
Click here  to access it.

Help Needed - Childcare Hours Available
We are currently looking for someone to fill a childcare position assisting with infant classes on Tuesday mornings.  If you enjoy caring for children and are looking for a few extra hours this is ideal for you.  Classes start September 12 and run through November 14.  Please contact Shelley Bonin at 262-510-3357 or if you are interested.  Thank you!

MAP Testing
Starting late September and early October students in 1st - 8 th grade will take Measures of Academic Progress ® (MAP ® ) tests to determine each child's instructional level and to measure academic growth.  Our teachers will work with a consultant in October for professional development using the data to focus on each child's individual growth and maximizing achievement.  We look forward to talking with you at parent-teacher conferences about these scores. Partnering to help all kids learn and grow as God has planned, parents and teachers can have a profound impact on the lives of His children. We are blessed! For more information on resources for parents, please download the Parent's Guide To MAP or contact Crissy Peterson, .
Prayer Request for 8th Graders
Next week the 8 th graders will be traveling to South Dakota, please keep the students and chaperones in your prayers.
May God bless each individual through this experience!
Upcoming Events
September 9: South Dakota Chapel (8th grade families) - 11:00 pm JC
September 9-15: South Dakota trip-8th grade
September 26: Lifetouch Pictures JC
September 27 & 28: Lifetouch Pictures GC
September 27: 8th grade leads chapel GC at 8:45AM, JC at 2:45PM
* Please excuse our error last week.  We inadvertently had Sept. 19 as a
No School day.  That was incorrect.  School is in session on Sept. 19.*

Middle School Sport Events
September 29-30: Wildcat volleyball tournament JC
Thrivent Members ~ WE NEED YOUR HELP!
If you are a Thrivent member, please click on the link below and sign up for Thrivent Choice dollars to go towards Hales Corners Lutheran.  This is an easy way for you to help our church and school financially.  

Grange Campus NEWS
JK3 and JK4 Afternoon Class Arrival/Dismissal
After a few days of our school routine, we would like to adjust our times for JK3 and JK4 afternoon class dismissal.  We will schedule the ramp door to unlock for your arrival around 12:05pm and we would like parents to pick up their child from the classroom at 3:05pm. We hope this will allow you to better find parking spaces and alleviate congestion in the hallway and parking lot.  Please remember drop off and pick up is directly in the classroom for JK3 and JK4.  Parents are welcome to wait by the ramp door for older children dismissed at 3:15pm.  Thank you for adjusting these times!  

Serving Christ together,
Crissy Peterson

Welcome Mrs. Jobst!
While Mrs. Peterson is traveling with the 8th graders in South Dakota from September 9-15, Mrs. Jobst will be our substitute administrator at the Grange Campus.  We are excited to welcome Mrs. Jobst back to our building, please stop in and say hello!

1st-4th Grade Cub Scouts
Cub Scout Pack 599 invites 1st - 4th grade boys and their families to attend our Join Scouts Night on Monday, September 18, starting at 6:00 pm.  We do all sorts of fun things in Cub Scouts, like launching rockets, camping, attending sporting events, and of course building and racing Pinewood Derby cars!  While the boys are having all that fun, they are developing lifetime values, citizenship, and duty to God.   At 6:00 pm, boys and parents who are new to Cub Scouts should meet in the Grange Campus Chapel to learn more about what we do in Pack 599.    Following that, join all the Scout families at 6:30 pm in the Grange Campus Fellowship Hall for our first Pack meeting of the school year featuring a magic show and balloon creations from Jester Fun Entertainment!   For questions, contact Cubmaster David Graat at  or 262-227-3703.
Janesville Campus NEWS
6th grade science students excited about their own goggles

Middle School Parent Helpers/Parent Service Hour Opportunity
Are you looking for a way to get involved at the middle school?  Do you like to plan or help with parties and other events?  At the middle school level, we ask for middle school parents to choose one or more celebrations to organize and/or help with for the entire middle school.   Please click on the following link to find out how you can help!
Thanks so much for your support!
Jana Horn
SALT advisor
Lutheran High School News and Information

Lutheran High School Association
2017-18 School Year Theme  - "Stand Firm and Speak Truth"  2 Thess. 2:13-17
Martin Luther
15th Annual Root River Run  - Saturday, October 7
Click this link to register.