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Christ Our Savior Lutheran High School 901 Church Street COSLHS Executive Board Evansville, IL 62242 “Support Our COS Soldiers!” Paul Kremmel, Chairman 282-3045 Jim Carroll, Vice President 282-3544 Volume 10, Issue 10 Notes From The Principal July 2009 Frances Wegener, Treasurer 282-3629 Brian Grau, Secretary 317-6994 Christ Our Savior Here we are in the middle of the summer, Lutheran High looking forward to another school year. Please School remember that it is not too late to register for the 2009-2010 school year. Also, the deadline for Fi- 618-853-7300 nancial Aid has been extended and forms are avail- Mission Statement www.coslhs.org able in the office for anyone who is interested in The mission of Christ Our Savior Lutheran High School is to assist parents applying. and congregations in providing a Christ-centered and academically Mr. Raymond Hill Although our enrollment is slightly lower sound high school education for their children. Principal this year, we expect an increase for the 2010-2011 school year. This is not based on sheer optimism, School Board but rather on word of faith and oral commitment to Meetings: our school from perspective students. Second Thursday However, we still need your help in contri- Christ Our Savior Lutheran High butions to our daily operating expenses. Your 7:00 pm contribution to our school funding and daily oper- School 901 Church Street VISION STATEMENT ating costs are appreciated. We have several Evansville, IL 62242 charitable accounts that may be addressed, contri- Providing an butions are welcome in any format. Phone: 618/853-7300 outstanding Christian Please keep the Laborers for Christ in your Fax: 618/853-7361 thoughts and prayers as they continue to work to- Website: www.coslhs.org and academic wards the completion of our new school building. education rooted in our Their efforts have been invaluable but they need Lutheran heritage in a volunteers to help so that the building will be personal and caring ready well before the start of school. Please con- environment to sider helping any day except for Sundays or Mon- prepare young people for days. They work 7:00 am to 4:00 pm and love to life today, tomorrow have fellowship with the congregation members that volunteer. The more volunteers we have the and forever. sooner the building will be completed. PAGE 2 C HR IST O U R SAV IO R LU T HE R AN HIGH SC HO O L V O LU M E 1 0 , ISSU E 1 0 PAGE 5 C HR IST O U R SAV IO R LU T HE R AN HIGH SC HO O L V O LU M E 1 0 , ISSU E 1 0 Matching Fund Europe Trip We have received $20,000 toward the $75,000 Matching Fund, as of June 30. Students from COSLHS returned from a European trip on Wednesday June 25. Sen- Donations received by July 12 (next Sunday!) will help the Building Com- iors Amanda Hipp and Linley Mayer as well as graduate Timothy Laufer took a 15 mittee decide whether we can have the permanent science lab ready for this day tour of Europe. The students flew into Amsterdam and spent two days in the school year. Funds received after next Sunday will still go to eventual com- city taking walking tours and visiting Anne Frank’s House. The students were also pletion of that room (and others), but we think the sooner the better for the able to visit a clog making shop for a demonstration on hand carving the famous students. Thank you to all who have already contributed and to those plan- wooden shoes and they were able to see some of the famous windmills in the Hol- ning to contribute. land countryside. The group then traveled by bus to Germany where they visited Munich and Heidelberg. The students were able to explore the Heidelberg Castle as well as the city center. The group continued on to Italy, by way of Austria and was New Building Pictures able to get some great photographs of the Alps. The next city was Venice where the students visited St. Mark’s Square and the Doge’s Palace. The students were also able to take a gondola ride through the canals and visit a Venetian glass blower for a demonstration. Following the stay in Italy students visited Lucerne, Switzerland and was able to buy Swiss chocolate and see the historic town of Lucerne. The group then continued on to Paris, France and was able to visit the Eiffel Tour, Notre Dame Cathedral, the Louvre, and they took an evening cruise on the Seine River. The stu- dents all enjoyed the crepes and the many cultural opportunities in Paris. The last city on the trip was London, England which was reached by boarding the Eurostar railway and taking the Chunnel under the English Channel. In London, students were able to eat fish and chips at an English pub, find their way around the city using the tube system as well as taking a guided tour of the city. Students were able to ex- perience the changing of the guard at Buckingham Palace with the help of a local guide. The trip was an amazing experience filled with new places and very different ways of life. The students were able to experience many parts of Europe and they learned some interesting facts about the European Union as well as the ins and outs of changing currency and communication in other languages. Although the trip was fun and life-changing, we were all ready to come back home. PAGE 4 C HR IST O U R SAV IO R LU T HE R AN HIGH SC HO O L V O LU M E 1 0 , ISSU E 1 0 V O LU M E 1 0 , ISSU E 1 0 C HR IST O U R SAV IO R LU T HE R AN HIGH SC HO O L PAGE 3 Newsletter Online Annual Rummage Sale The idea has been brought to the school to do the monthly newsletter through email. This is a reminder that the annual Rummage Sale is coming up soon! The sale takes We are asking that all individuals who receive the newsletter please email the school place in the COSLHS gymnasium Thursday August 13th thru Sunday August 16th. at email@example.com. We ask any family, not able to receive the newsletter Individuals can start delivering items to the gymnasium on Monday August 3rd. The online, to contact the school office and we will continue your monthly mailings. We items will need to be set up by Wednesday August 12th. Be sure to stop by and see are moving to the online newsletter to save money and move as paperless as possi- if anything catches your eye or at least stop by and say hi! ble. Thanks for your help and understanding. Thursday August 13 SNEAK PREVIEW - 4:00 - 7:00 PM Dates to Remember $2.00 to enter and $5.00 a bag (clothing only) Friday August 14 - 4:00 - 8:00 PM July 18-Blues Fest, Evansville NEW ITEMS ADDED!! $5.00 a bag (clothing only) July 19-Matthews Auction, Red Bud Saturday August 15 - 7:00 AM - 12:00 PM July 25-Embrich Auction, Belleville 12:00 - 2:00 PM BUY ONE BAG, GET ONE FREE!! August 1-Hagney Auction, Eden August 9-Linder Auction, Chester Sunday August 16 - 11:00 - 3:00 PM August 14-16-Evansville Days, Evansville 1/2 PRICE ON ALL ITEMS, OR NAME YOUR OWN PRICE!! Rummage Sale, Bake Sale, Lunch Stands, Walk/Run August 17-First Day of Student Attendance (8:10-11:00 AM) Where Is the Science Lab? Parents of Students This is a picture of the science lab at COSLHS. Notice anything peculiar? It Please remember that all incoming freshmen must have a physical on file in the of- has no walls, no furnishings and no lab fice. Also, any student participating in any sport must have a current physical on file tables. This is how it will look for the before they can take part in practices. All students are required to have a birth cer- 2009-2010 school year without your fi- tificate on file as well. If you have questions regarding whether or not you have nancial help. It is our hope that more these items in your students file please call the school office. We also need lots of matching funds will be sent to COSLHS help to get ready for the move into the new building. Items need boxed up, the and we can make this bare canvas a sci- church will need to be cleaned, shelves need to be constructed, white boards need to ence lab. It is estimated that the cost of be hung up, lockers need to be moved, tables and desks need to be moved, etc. The finishing the lab would be near more help that we receive, the quicker we will be able to transfer buildings. This move is going to be a huge milestone for the staff, students and the school itself, $70,000.00. If we do not receive enough please volunteer your time to make it a success! funds to make our science lab a reality, we will be forced to use the teacher’s lounge as a temporary science lab. PAGE 4 C HR IST O U R SAV IO R LU T HE R AN HIGH SC HO O L V O LU M E 1 0 , V O LU M E 1 0 , C HR IST O U R SAV IO R LU T HE R AN HIGH SC HO O L PAGE 5 New Building Dedication Walk of Faith Campaign There will be a dedication ceremony for the new classroom building on August 16, After prayerful consideration, I/we have decided to become a part of this Walk of 2009 at 3:00 p.m. We will have an open house for the new building and the gymna- Faith by committing at least. sium following the dedication. Please join us for fellowship and to mark this monu- $________ weekly; $_________ monthly; $ ________annually; mental step in Christ Our Savior’s history. One time donation $ _________ Name __________________________ 7th Annual COSLHS Run Church _________________________ Address ____________________________________________ The annual Evansville Days COSLHS run is on Saturday August 15, 2009 at 8:00 City, State, Zip _______________________________________ a.m. Runners will start behind the Firehouse at City Hill Park in Evansville. Partici- pants have a choice of a 2 Mile Fun Run/Walk or a 5 Mile Run. T-shirts will be We pray that our Lord Jesus provides you with the will and ability to help Christ given to all runners/walkers, there will be a man and woman first place trophy Our Savior Lutheran High School to offer a Christian Education. Please mail awarded for the 5 Mile Run and for each age group a first and second place trophy this form either as a pledge or with your gift to: will be awarded for the 5 Mile Run. The age groups for the 5 Mile Run are 13 and COSLHS, 901 Church St., Evansville, IL 62242.) Make your checks payable to "COSLHS Oper- under, 14-18, 19-24, 25-29, 30-34, 35-39, 40-44, 45-49, 50-54, 55-59 and 60 and up. ating Fund." Call the office 618-853-7300 for more information or stop by the office to pick up an Thrivent Members be sure to fill out your gift forms as Thrivent will match 50% of donations up to $600.00 per year. Thank you entry form. Checks are made payable to COSLHS, and sent to Glenn Koester, 8070 Elm Shade Road, Evansville, IL 62242. The school receives all proceeds from the run. Please redeem this coupon at the time of purchase. Please redeem this coupon at the time of purchase. 2 Mile Fun Run/Walk through Evansville (No Trophies Awarded) Christ Our Savior Lutheran High School Christ Our Savior Lutheran High School -Entry Fee-$8.00 includes t-shirt 901 Church Street, Evansville, IL 62242 901 Church Street, Evansville, IL 62242 618/853-7300 618/853-7300 5 Mile Run through Evansville-two steep hills and several gently rolling hills. (Trophies Awarded) Monday, August 3, 2009 Tuesday, August 4, 2009 -Entry Fee-$12.00 prior to race day, $18.00 on race day. Includes t-shirt 11:00 a.m. – 9:00 p.m. 11:00 a.m. – 9:00 p.m. WATERLOO RED BUD OR SPARTA PIZZA HUT PIZZA HUT High Five Thank you for your Support Thank you for your Support Christ Our Savior will be handing out white boxes at our association congregations Total Spent _________________________ Total Spent _________________________ in the next couple of weeks. The box will have the label-High Five--Give us Five! (To be completed by Pizza Hut employee) (To be completed by Pizza Hut employee) We are asking that you take any spare change or dollar bills and put them in your box. The boxes will be collected at a later date.