Viking Christian Leaders for the Month of February
Our Viking Christian Leaders for the month of February are McKenna Dietze ('19) and Kyle Kane ('19). A Viking Christian Leader exemplifies the culture of Christian leadership at WLHS by applying their God-given gifts in service to others.
McKenna is a member at St. John’s Lutheran Church, Milwaukee, and attended St. John’s Lutheran Grade School in Milwaukee.
Currently a senior at Wisco, McKenna has participated in Track and Field (freshman year), Yearbook (10, 12), Chick-fil-A Leadership Academy (10), NHS (12), Honor roll (all four years), WWW Mission Trip (to Atlanta), International mentor (12), Freshmen mentor (12), Photo Club (11, 12), and Wrestling Auxiliary manager (all four years). McKenna helps out at her church as a VBS Sunday School Leader and in Youth Group.
In her spare time, McKenna enjoys watching wrestling and writing.
After graduation from Wisconsin Lutheran High School, McKenna plans to attend Wisconsin Lutheran College for law and complete her degree at Marquette University.
McKenna has been nominated for Viking Christian Leadership this month for her servant mindset, compassion, and commitment to academics and excellence. McKenna characterizes Christian leadership as being positive and having a Christ-like attitude to put others first.
Kyle is a member at St. Jacobi Lutheran Church in Greenfield and attended St. Jacobi Lutheran Grade School.
Currently a senior at Wisco, Kyle has participated in Chess (all four years), NHS (12), Math Track (10, 11), WWW Mission Trip (to China), International mentor, and been on honor roll (all four years). Kyle helps out at his church ushering and with AV worship needs. He also volunteers for Milwaukee’s Hunger Task Force.
In his spare time, Kyle enjoys watching sports.
After graduation from Wisconsin Lutheran High School, Kyle plans to attend UW-Madison for political science or law.
Kyle has been nominated for Viking Christian Leadership this month for his leadership in service to others and academic excellence. He characterizes Christian leadership as serving one another in kindness and being generous with his time and talents.