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•   Marcia Buehler (Pfeifer)  11/13
•   Donn Werling  10/16
•   Susan Waikel (Till)  9/11
•   Sandra Weaver (Dubbelde)  6/18
•   Gail Gallmeier (Beese)  3/24
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•   John Bienz  11/3
•   Carla Wadewitz (Ternieden)  10/9
•   Karol Gill (Selle)  9/1
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Concordia Lutheran High School
Class Of 1963

     When we were students at CLHS we would be starting our second week of school this week, but in this new age, CLHS students are beginning their sixth week of school.  The main reason for the earlier start is to be able to finish the first semester before Christmas.  As a former cross country runner, I would have loved having the season over in late October when you still have a reasonable expectation of good weather.

     CLHS has a brand new schedule this year featuring a modified block configuration.  Blocks are double class periods for classes which meet every other day.  There are blocks from Monday to Thursday, but every class meets for a forty-minute period on Fridays.  Every student now has lunch at the same time with a one-hour time period allotted.  They eat everywhere just like we did.  My granddaughters eat in a classroom with one of their favorite teachers, for example.  Koinonia, a time when small groups of students meet for prayer and discussion, is now linked with chapel which makes for a great time for spiritual growth on Tuesdays.  Because the schedule now has eight periods instead of seven, students will have a theology class every semester for all four years which was not the case under the previous schedule.  Reaction seems to be positive so far.  

     Athletics and Music Programs - The state champion football team lost many key members, but they are still playing well, losing to powerhouses Snider and Homestead while clobbering South Side and Luers.  They have one of the best defenses in the history of the school, holding Snider to its lowest point total while pitching shutouts against South Side and Luers as a defense with Luers scoring once on a kickoff return. If their offense can catch up to the defense, they may go deep in the tournament again.  Girls VB always plays at a high level winning the SAC championship on a regular basis as well as winning a state championship a few years ago.  The CLHS marching band is again a formidable force, having finished in the top ten for the past several years.  The boys' cross counrty team is very strong, and the girls are competitive as well. Girls' golf and boys' tennis are also fall sports.  CLHS fans will get a chance to see last year's star QB Peter Morrison when Concordia Ann Arbor plays powerhouse St. Francis later this fall.

     As you should already know, we are planning our reunion for a year from now on the CLHS homecoming weekend of 2018.  We are beginning to make plans having reserved Goeglein's for the Saturday night affair.  

     God's blessings to all of you as a new school year begins.