Good Shepherd's Lutheran School Spirit Week

 
Good Shepherd's Lutheran School Spirit Week
Christ is My Cornerstone 
January 29-February 3, 2023



This is a special week in which the students, families, members, faculty, and staff have the opportunity to celebrate the great ministry at Good Shepherd's Lutheran School. During this week, the student body will have chapel services every day, participate in exciting activities, enjoy school spirit days, engage in service events and a special offering, and wrap up the week with a pep rally.

Sunday, January 29th
4K – 8th Grade Students will sing at the 8am and 10:30am church services.
(A-L 8am, M-Z 10:30am)

Monday, January 30th
Chapel – Mr. Hochmuth
Pettit National Ice Center Field Trip for the Whole School
Living Hope Culver’s Family Fellowship Night
4:30-7:30pm (Culvers on Hwy 100 in West Allis)
Dress Up Day: Favorite Sports Team – Come to school sporting the gear of your favorite sports team (Packers, Bucks, Brewers, Panthers, etc.) and wear it proudly throughout the day.


Tuesday, January 31st
Chapel – Pastor Wempner
Movie Day- The students will watch a movie in the morning or
afternoon in their classrooms on this day.
Dress Up Day: Pajama Day – Roll out of bed and come to
school in your comfiest PJs.


Wednesday, February 1st
Chapel – Pastor Zarling
Wacky Crazy Wednesday-You never know what will happen ;)
Dress Up Day: Beach Day – Dress in your Aloha or Beach attire! (Ex. Flower shirts or dresses, sunglasses, hats, etc.)


Thursday, February 2nd
Chapel – Mr. Henning
10am - Lower grades will sing for the senior Bible class over at church
Dress Up Day: Dress like a Teacher – Come dressed like a teacher! Any teacher.


Friday, February 3rd
Chapel – Mr. Henning
Pep Rally at 2:15pm in the gym.
Dress Up Day: Panther Pride Day!!! – Wear our school colors (Red and Black). This is a great day to wear your spirit wear.




God’s Blessings to our Girls’ and Boys’ Basketball Teams on their season.
Go Panthers!!

 
Listen, my son, to your father's instruction and do not forsake your mother's teaching. ~ PROVERBS 1:8