Cindy, Jon, and I pray God’s richest blessings to you as Holy Week reminds us of the sacrifice and resurrection of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ who forgives us and assures us eternal life.
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.
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 »
Students at St. John–Emmanuel Lutheran School in Monroeville have raised more than $4,400 in cash and pledges to benefit God-Ndonyo Primary School in Kenya. The money raised by St. John-Emmanuel students will be used for latrines, a hand-sanitizing station, and a well at God-Ndonyo School. The fundraising was for H20 for Life, a nonprofit organization… Read more »
From sending gifts to other children around the world, to sponsoring families in need, to entertaining older adults, students of The Lutheran Schools spread the spirit of Christmas in many ways in 2011. Here are just a few examples. One of the most ambitious projects took place at Central Lutheran School in New Haven, where… Read more »
Lutheran elementary students provide a big boost to a ministry helping children in India. Over the past year, students at the 18 elementary schools in northeast Indiana served by The Lutheran Schools Partnership joined forces to raise $13,841.30 to help support Bethania Kids, a Christian mission in India. “This is just a small portion of… Read more »
Cindy McKinney has been named academic excellence coordinator for The Lutheran Schools Partnership. In this role, McKinney will coordinate all efforts related to the Partnership’s strategic imperative to achieve academic excellence among all students within The Lutheran Schools. McKinney will be a member of the Partnership’s administrator’s council and board of directors academic excellence subcommittee…. Read more »
Central Lutheran School collected more than 715 pounds of canned food for the New Haven Food Bank during the second “Trunk or Treats” event on Friday, October 29. Central Lutheran initiated Trunk or Treats in 2009 to provide a fun and safe place for area families to trick or treat. CLS families decorate the trunks… Read more »