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October 17th, 2019

Lunch today: Pizza or Pork Chop & Roll; peas, carrots, fruit, cookie, milk
Lunch for tomorrow: Quesadilla or Hot Dog on Bun; green beans, carrots, fruit, milk

Salad Plate and Yogurt/PBJ Sandwich Entrees Offered Daily

Scripture of the Day: “The person without the Spirit does not accept the things that come from the Spirit of God but considers them foolishness, and cannot understand them because they are discerned only through the Spirit.” 1 Corinthians 2:14

Cheer on your Chargers:

V Soccer District Final vs. Bax Axe @ Marlette 4:30pm, early out 2:10pm

Attention Students:

  • Come cheer on our Varsity Soccer Team as they play for the District Title tonight against Bad Axe, in Marlette at 4:30pm. Tickets are $6 for all.
  • Seniors: Please come to the office to verify the spelling of your name for your Diploma by tomorrow
  • Seniors: Need to have Senior Retreat luggage in the weight room tomorrow by 5:45pm.
  • Copies of the 2020 Christian College Guide will be available in the RC through Friday, to any student interested. Pick up a copy at the RC desk.
  • Valley spirit wear will be available for purchase at the home football games this Friday, and next!
  • The VLHS Drama presents The History of Theater, by Matt Thompson, October 24, 25, 26th at 7:00pm. Join us on a wacky and wild journey of the history of theatre as we relive various parts of theatre from all parts of the globe. This fun and ridiculous comedy will set the audience up for some very clever, very funny, interactive moments as they travel in time through Greek theatre, the gladiators in Rome, the history of mime and more. Tickets are $5/students and $7/adults.
  • Students interested in full-ride scholarships for an apprenticeship (skilled trades) program after high school should plan to attend an information night at 6:00pm on Monday, November 4th at Frankenmuth High School or Tuesday, November 5th at Saginaw Field & Stream. More information can be found in the VL News areas of the hallways, which has the RSVP information.
  • Are you a junior or senior who would like to choose and direct a winter One Act play? Mrs. Blake is taking applications for two student directors. The process includes application and interview. Directors must be able to commit to several meetings in November and December as well as after school practices starting in January. The performances are in February. If you would like to apply, talk to Mrs. Blake. Deadline is October 31.
  • Hey Chargers! You are encouraged to invite your grandparent(s) or special friend(s) to visit you during the school day and experience a day at Valley Lutheran. Our first opportunity is October 31st. Please come to the office for the form, and return by the Tuesday before your guest(s) will be visiting.
  • Deadline for the Yearbook art contest is November 1. Make sure you submit your entries to Mrs. Blake for a chance to have your artwork on the theme page!
  • College Visit sign ups are in the H hallway. CMU will be here on Monday, Oct. 21st, Hillsdale on Tuesday, Oct. 22, Kettering on Wednesday, Oct. 23rd, and U of M on Friday, Oct. 25th. You must notify Mrs. Mueller by 8:00 am the day of the visit to get a pass. See Mrs. Mueller with questions

Attention Parents:

  • Come cheer on our Varsity Soccer Team as they play for the District Title tonight against Bad Axe, in Marlette at 4:30pm. Tickets are $6 for all.
  • The VLHS Booster Club’s Fruit Sale Fundraiser begins today! We are asking our parents, students and others to help with the sale. Programs such as athletics, drama, music and many other activities. You can now order online at https://www.floridaindianrivergroves.com Please contact our office at 790-1676 for order forms, or more information!
  • Valley spirit wear will be available for purchase at the home football games October 18th and 25th!
  • The VLHS Drama presents The History of Theater, by Matt Thompson, October 24, 25, 26th at 7:00pm. Join us on a wacky and wild journey of the history of theatre as we relive various parts of theatre from all parts of the globe. This fun and ridiculous comedy will set the audience up for some very clever, very funny, interactive moments as they travel in time through Greek theatre, the gladiators in Rome, the history of mime and more. Tickets are $5/students and $7/adults.
  • VLHS is hosting a speaker from Protect Young Eyes (https://protectyoungeyes.com/) on Monday, October 28th, 6:30-8:30pm in the gym. The presentation is faith-based and covers the topics of social media, gaming, YouTube, and more, and will equip parents with immediate steps they can take to help their students make better online choices. Please register ahead of time at https://valleylutheranhigh_protectyoungeyes.eventbrite.com (the event is free, but RSVP is needed). Childcare will be provided for a free-will donation. Parents making use of the childcare will need to register ahead of time at http://bit.ly/PYEChildcare .
  • The Parent Organization’s Annual Craft Bazaar, Cookie Walk & Luncheon is Saturday, November 9th from 9am-3pm at VLHS. Admission is free. Please watch for Sign Up Genius for cookie needs!
  • Looking for a great first mission trip for your child (or you)? Mrs. Brenner is leading a team to Goodnews Bay, Alaska in July. While a completely different culture, everyone speaks English and no passport is needed. Fundraising opportunities are available. Contact Mrs. Brenner at rbrenner@vlhs.com for an information sheet.
  • Drivers Education Segment 1 begins Oct. 21st, 3:45-5:45pm., by Mr. R’s A+ Driving School. For more information, please contact MrRsAplus.com or 989-798-2809.
The Saginaw Valley Lutheran High School Association, operating Valley Lutheran High School, admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin, and physical handicap to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, sex, national and ethnic origin, genetic information, and physical handicap in administration of its educational policies, admission policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic or other school administered programs.