Jon Dize Jon Dize, advancement director for The Lutheran Schools Partnership, received two prestigious honors—the Outstanding Chapter Leader Award and the Creativity Award—during the annual national conference of the Association of Lutheran Development Executives (ALDE) in Indianapolis in February.
The Lutheran Schools in northeast Indiana will be well-represented during the 2013 Indiana Lutheran State Basketball Tournament, which runs from Friday through Sunday, February 22-24, in Indianapolis. The St. Paul’s Lutheran School boys will be going after their third consecutive state title. Also vying in the boys bracket are Emmanuel–St. Michael, Central, Concordia Lutheran School,… Read more »
From left to right, St. John–Emmanuel’s Connor Ray, Emmett Niemeyer, and Cal Springer took first, second, and third, respectively, in the 14th Annual Middle School Bridge Design Competition at Science Central on February 16. Nine middle school students from St. John–Emmanuel Lutheran School participated in the 14th Middle School Bridge Design Competition at Science Central… Read more »
[Letter-to-the-editor published in Fort Wayne’s News-Sentinal Saturday, February 2.] Jan. 28 to Feb. 3 is National Lutheran Schools Week, a time when students and their families, educators, and administrators around the country celebrate the rich tradition of Lutheran schools and the distinctive educational experience they offer.
Lutheran Schools Partnership Director Mark Muehl spoke at a school-wide chapel at Concordia Lutheran High School in Fort Wayne on Monday, January 28, marking National Lutheran Schools Week. Mark invoked this year’s theme for the week-long celebration of Lutheran education, “Baptized for This Moment,” and spoke of the Christian concept of the Communion of Saints…. Read more »
The Lutheran Schools—17 elementary schools and Concordia Lutheran High School in northeast Indiana—will host open houses from noon until 3 p.m. on Sunday, February 17.
Below is a link to a PDF of The Lutheran Schools Partnership’s 2012 Year-End Review newsletter. Just click on the link to download and read about our ongoing efforts on behalf of The Lutheran Schools. Year-End Review
Lutheran schools are great places to grow. Nonetheless, as all schools, Lutheran schools aren’t perfect—although we continually strive to be. Lutheran schools, however, are distinctive in that students learn they are forgiven in Christ and they also can forgive others. Yes, we do thank God for great test scores. And we thank God for teachers,… Read more »
With nearly 200 additional students in attendance during 2012–13, The Lutheran Schools are enjoying increased enrollment for the second straight year. “We’re thrilled with this news and praise God for the gifts these students are for our schools,” says Mark Muehl, director of The Lutheran Schools Partnership. “I think this increase can be attributed to… Read more »
It’s the start of another school year, and that means there are some new faces in new places around The Lutheran Schools. We’d like to introduce you to seven members of administration who bring a broad range of experience to their new positions at our schools. Mychal Thom, Concordia Lutheran High School Mychal Thom is… Read more »