On Saturday October 11th our girls' and boys' cross country teams traveled to Concordia University in Mequon for the Wisconsin State Cross Country Championship for Lutheran Schools hosted by the Lutheran Sports Association of Wisconsin. They competed in a two mile race with other schools from around the state. Congratulations to our girls' team (Amelia Bock, Rebekah Buboltz, Marie Demler, Alicia Krahn, Olivia Krahn, & Samantha Schreiber) who finished 3rd overall. Our boys' team (Eric Demler, Wyatt DeSmidt, Luke Donart, Brady Johnson, Blake Maxwell, Caleb Zernicke, & Jacob Zernicke) who finished in 2nd place. The teams qualified for the National Meet on October 25th at Concordia. We would also like to congratulate our top finishers:
« Marie Demler (6th grader) 4th place & 1st team all-state, Rebekah Buboltz (6th grader) 3rd team all-state
« Blake Maxwell (5th grader) 3rd place & 1st team all-state
« Caleb Zernicke (5th grader) 2nd team all-state
« Luke Donart (6th grader) 2nd team all-state
« Jacob Zernicke (6th grader) 3rd team all-state
Congratulations to those members of our Cross Country team who participated in the State Lutheran Cross Country Championship on October 6th: Caleb Buboltz, Blake Maxwell, Emma Popke, Amelia Bock, Kyra Adrian, Maddie Peck and Rebekah Buboltz. Our girls team took 6th place out of 13 teams and we had six National Meet qualifiers: Caleb, Blake, Emma, Amelia, Maddie & Rebekah. Way to go Lions!
The St. Mark School Song
We are the St. Mark Lutheran Lions; proud of the red and white are we.
Standing tall and showing all our Lion pride and loyalty,
We are the St. Mark Lutheran Lions; good sportsmanship will be our guide.
We’ll do our best, and strive for success, with Lion pride on our side.
GO YOU St. Mark LUTHERAN LIONS,
FIGHT YOU St. Mark LUTHERAN LIONS,
WIN YOU St. Mark LUTHERAN LIONS!
GO! FIGHT! WIN!
Students who wish to represent our school in athletics must exhibit adequate classroom progress and proper school behaviors. They must maintain a C grade average (1.665).
If a child fails to exhibit acceptable progress in school, the child will be ineligible to participate in any athletic activity for a period of fourteen days. After fourteen days, the student’s progress will be reviewed. If the student has demonstrated satisfactory improvement, the student will once again be eligible for athletic activities. The school recognizes that students are individuals, each one possessing different gifts and abilities. Because of this, there may be times when these eligibility guidelines may be tailored to the needs and abilities of the individual.
If a student receives a detention, he/she will be ineligible until the detention has been served.