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Concordia Lutheran High School
Class Of 1963

Dear Classmates, 

    Concordia Lutheran High School is off to a great start this year. They are already in their third week of school in a week that we would have been lamenting the fact that there were only two weeks of summer left when we were in high school. Enrollment is up significantly since last year's senior class was quite small and this year's freshman class is near the two-hundred mark again. The same will probably be true again next year since this year's senior class is a part of the lower enrollment of the last couple years. Seven new staff members were installed in last week's chapel service. 

     Projects - Last summer the gym floor was replaced and the arena renamed for CLHS grad Eugene Parker. The bleachers are next on the list and are almost completely funded. However, the biggest is yet to come. Soon the high school will be conducting a capital campaign to address the many physical issues facing a building that is always the same age as our class graduation years since we were the last senior class in the old school. That means the building is sixty years old and in need of many upgrades. Watch our newsletter and news from 
CLHS if you are on the mailing list for a list of needs and projects and how you might be able to help.

     Sports - Fall sports are football, girl's volleyball and golf, soccer, boys' tennis, and cross country. The boys' and girls' cross-country teams are always formidable and will probably qualify for post-season events. The football team has only a few seniors and will probably be in rebuild mode. Our girls' volleyball team is usually a contender for the SAC title with their biggest rival being Bishop Dwenger. Soccer teams are usually competitive as well. The biggest news is the realignment of the Fort Wayne football teams into two divisions. We will now play all the teams in our division plus two from the other division. That means CLHS will be able to schedule several non-Fort Wayne schools which are more our size than the bigger city schools. Up until now we played only city schools during the regular season. 

     Music - With the departure of choir director Tavis Schlicker, band director Jennifer Porath will be doing double duty this year directing both choir and band while we search for a new choir director. Our marching band has reached the state finals competition almost every year for the past many years along with the choir as well. 

     Our Reunion - As you know our reunion as originally planned had to be cancelled because of lack of registrations. However, due to popular demand it has been reinvented as a night out at a local restaurant. Many people who had planned to come to Fort Wayne for the reunion have said they would probably still be coming anyway and would love to eat out together. This idea is now confirmed, and the good news is that you can tell us right up to the day before. The date is the same, September 23, and details will be sent out in a separate email to the class.

     Please pray for the students and staff of our high school which has meant so much to many of us as part of our spiritual growth as teenagers. God continues to work in the hearts and lives of all people connected to CLHS.