News and Events

National Lutheran School Week

Many of our schools celebrated Spirit Week last week as they fired up for local tournament action. This week, area Lutheran schools join their brothers and sisters throughout the nation in celebrating National Lutheran School Week (NLSW). Special dress days and pep assemblies are expected parts of these observances. NLSW is a week many Lutheran… Read more »

Congratulations, Mark Muehl!

He is very reluctant for us to share this, but it’s wonderful news! Today at the Partnership office, we received the following press release from the Lutheran Education Association. FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE January 22, 2016 LEA 2016 Christus Magister Mark Muehl was selected by LEA’s board of directors to receive LEA’s top honor, the Christus… Read more »

Family Impacted by Wyneken

The Melton Family Discovers Academic and Spiritual Community “There’s not a person who works at Wyneken Memorial Lutheran School that doesn’t know who my daughter is. Not one person,” says parent, Jim Melton. It’s this close knit environment that made it a perfect fit for Delainey Melton, a sixth grader who ended up at the… Read more »

St. Paul’s Lutheran School Continues Christmas Tradition

The Christmas Eve service at St. Paul’s Lutheran School and Church remains a favorite celebration among families and has been a holiday tradition for generations. With K-8th grade students participating in the children’s musical service at 7 p.m., the hallmark is “The Ungemach,” named after a teacher who wrote the cornerstone piece over 135 years… Read more »

Meeting specialized needs

Lutheran South Unity School Meets Student Needs Through Enrichment Room   Triston Richards, a fourth grader at Lutheran South Unity School, is a kid who loves bugs, animals and science. His mom, Debbie, couldn’t believe his ability to identify dinosaurs at a young age. But school hasn’t always been easy for Triston. In kindergarten and… Read more »

Download our Annual Report

Did you know? Hundreds of teachers, students, administrators and parents participated in leadership-development workshops led by Tim Elmore (www.growingleaders.com). 90 Lutheran teachers participated in an engaging week of IMPACT activities. New three-day seminars have been developed to promote best practices in teaching. Schools were assisted in selecting math and social studies curricula. 100% of our… Read more »

Lutherans Nominated for Foellinger Foundation Stewardship Award

For the past 9 years, the Foellinger Foundation has encouraged nonprofits in Allen County to nominate an outstanding board member for the annual Stewardship Award. All nominees are recognized in various news media and at a special luncheon and awards ceremony in October. The Foundation will then chose one winner from the dozens of nominees,… Read more »

Monday means good news for Lutheran schools!

Monday has arrived. The weekend is over and the reality of a new work week ahead has hit. Are you primed for a great week, or are you going to let Monday get you down? How about some good news to get your Monday rolling? Enrollment for our region’s 18 Lutheran schools (17 elementary schools,… Read more »

Rah Rah Re… Kick ’em in the Knee!

It’s the time of year again when I expect to find a flyer in my mailbox for the Hillsdale College Homecoming weekend… the annual invitation to come watch the Chargers play football, join the tailgate beforehand, enjoy the tent party after, attend the class celebrations, etc. Seems universities have the system down; they had us… Read more »