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Concordia Lutheran High School
Class Of 1963

Dear Classmates, 

     I delayed giving the wrapup for the year until I could give you a sure answer about an important issue for CLHS for the coming school year. Earlier this spring our head of school, Mychall Thom, accepted a call to Concordia University St. Paul, Minnesota. He has been principal and/or head of school at CLHS for the past nine years. In addition, the assistant head of school, Josh Sommermeyer, will also be taking a new position. A call committee was formed in spite of the late date and went to work immediately. 

     Today it was announced formally that Jacob Pennekamp, presently the principal of Emmanuel-St. Michael Lutheran School in Fort Wayne, has accepted the call to be head of school at CLHS. He will begin working as of July 1. Our family has a little stake in this issue since Jake is our son-in-law. We are all very excited for him even though his acceptance means a vacancy at Emmanuel-St. Michael which will need to be filled. Please pray for him as he begins this challenging and rewarding task. 

     CLHS did a wonderful job of keeping students in school almost every day throughout the school year. While many schools across the country did not even have in-person classes, CLHS had only a couple stretches where they had to close for a few days because of rising absences, but most of those absences were from contact tracing rather than actual cases. The teachers are especially to be commended because of the work they put in trying to keep the year as normal as possible. 

     Both boys' and girls' track teams had a lot of individual successes with several individuals and relay teams going to state. The girl's tennis team tied for the SAC title with Dwenger and Snider while one indiviaual from the boys' golf team will be advancing to the regionals this weekend. Boys' baseball had its ups and downs but overall had a pretty good season. 

     The music programs were probably hit the hardest because tours and state competitions were all cancelled. Nevertheless, both directors did a great job of finding creative ways to be able to have mini-concerts and other presentations including end-of-the-year concerts.

     We have lost very few classmates in the past year and none to COVID that we know of. Praise God for that and pray that those low numbers will continue.

     Please pray for our high school as they face challenges financially as well as some decline in enrollment. We trust that God is able to help us overcome any challenges we will be facing in the coming years. 

     God's Blessings to all of you!