Lincoln Lutheran News

Semi-Annual Tech Sale

Lincoln Lutheran will be holding it's semi-annual technology flea-market in the commons on Saturday (April 28th) from 9:00 am - 1:00 pm. Each year we update about 25 computers. The old computers get put into classrooms and those computers (typically from 5-8 years old) are sold at our technology flea-market. In addition to the computers, we have various other pieces of hardware and software that has been taken out of service in the course of the last 12 months.

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High School Baseball Team Conference Champs!

Congratulations to the Class B No. 9 Warriors (Wahoo/Bishop Neumann/Lincoln Lutheran) shut out Arlington and No.

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Allen Simpson Named LL Head Girls' BB Coach

Lincoln Lutheran's Athletic Department is excited to announce that Allen Simpson has been named as the head coach for the High School Girls' Basketball team. For the past two season, Simpson has served as assistant coach under Coach Olson.

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Coach Rich Olson Stepping Down

After 32 seasons of being a head coach, Rich Olson, Lincoln Lutheran Girls’ Varsity Basketball Coach, is stepping away from coaching to pursue other adventures. 

Coach Olson has enjoyed a celebrated career. He served 20 years as a teacher and head coach at Millard South, 6 years teaching and head coach at Lincoln Northeast High and 6 years serving as Head Girls Basketball coach at Lincoln Lutheran. Click "view for more"

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2017-2018 NHS Inductees

On Sunday, March 18, an induction ceremony was held to celebrate new members to the LL National Honor Society.  New members for 2018-19 are James Admiraal, Leah Bassett, Alayna Bergt, Marriah Buss (not pictured), Ty Donovan, Taylor Fry, Jacie Hartman, Tice Jenkins, Kelly Kohlhof,  Lexie Kreizel (not pictured), Tanner Lebo, Elayne Poppe, Leah Rathe, Collin Rich, Samantha Scholz, Kayla Steinbauer, Gretchen Stennett, Paige Trutna, Luke Volin and  Ethan Zager.  Congratulations!

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2018 Summer Camps!

Summer is just around the corner and you are probably planning for and filling up your summer schedules. Lincoln Lutheran is proud to once again be offering 10 Discovery Camps, 17 Athletic day camps, as well as our Middle School and High School Strength and Conditioning programs this summer! We offer camps for students going into 3rd Grade all the way through High School. We invite everyone to check out our offerings right now at The details for each camp are on the website.

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Rathe & Lavicky Sign with NWU

Congratulations to seniors Sam Rathe and James Lavicky who signed to play football for the Prairiewolves of Nebraska Weslyan University. The signing ceremony took place in the Lincoln Lutheran gym, Thursday, 2/8. Families and friends for both Sam and James were present as were the Lincoln Lutheran Football coaches. We want to wish Sam and James God's richest blessing on their college careers at NWU!


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English Teaching Position Open

Lincoln Lutheran Middle/High School is seeking applicants
for teaching position for 2018-2019:

♦ English Teacher or English/Religion Teacher ♦

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National Signing Day 2018

Congratulations to the following Warrior student-athletes that have or will sign with a college for extra-curricular activities. We are very proud of all of you.  More signings will likely occur in the coming months. (pictures of the various groups are attached to the article)

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Cole Schaedel & Logan Kreizel Sign with CUNE

Congratulations goes out to both Cole Schaedel and Logan Kreizel, as they both signed to play football for the Concordia University, NE Bulldogs! The signing ceremony took place in the Lincoln Lutheran Main Gym on Thursday, January 25, 2018. Noah and Logan were joined by their families and friends as well as LL Coach Greg Nelson and Concordia's Head Football Coach Patrick Daberkow. We want to wish God's richest blessings on their college careers at CUNE!

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