Quality Education

Computer Students Explore Uses for Raspberry Pi

The Tiny Device Allows Students to Explore Their Creativity and Ingenuity In Scott Storm’s computer science class, students work in groups on projects using a credit card sized device called a Raspberry Pi. It’s a low-cost, tiny computer that can do most things your PC can do, from playing video games to browsing the Internet…. Read more »

Resource Room Meets Needs at Ascension

Tiffany Herman loves creating a place where kids feel safe and supported. It’s this underlying desire that drives Mrs. Herman to make the resource room at Ascension into a supportive environment, where she serves kids of all ability levels. She works at the school partially through the Lutheran Special Education Ministries, an organization designed to… Read more »

Overcoming Challenges

Student with cerebral palsy succeeds at St. John Emmanuel At St. John Emmanuel Lutheran School, Nathan Wilhoff is a typical fourth grader. He climbs to the top of the playground equipment at recess. He shoots baskets and plays on the school team. What makes this story unique is that Nathan has cerebral palsy. For parents… 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 »

Focus on fundamentals

While the greatest game ever devised by man continues to offer excitement into October (uh, yeah … that’s baseball), football is also knocking on the door of my attention. So, I make my daily contact with Packers.com and peruse the latest PR from the greatest sports team on earth, the Green Bay Packers. This week,… Read more »