Quality Education

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 »

Focusing on ‘the main thing’

My last e-newsletter contained three reflections of the 2014-15 school year and took a glimpse at the 2015-16 school year. For this e-newsletter, I asked our principals for their reflections on the 2014-15 school year. Here are some of the responses: We’re blessed by the atmosphere of a close Christian family of folks who love… Read more »

St. John–Emmanuel’s Stellwagen to enter his alma mater’s hall of fame

St. John–Emmanuel Lutheran School teacher David Stellwagen was inducted into the Concordia University Chicago Athletic Hall of Fame on Saturday, October 11. David was a four-year letterman in basketball and tennis at Concordia University Chicago. He finished his basketball career with 1,246 points, placing him fifth on the university’s current all-time scoring list. His 355… Read more »

It’s a family affair

Enrollment season has begun (CLHS has its Concordia Day on Friday, and FWCS will present its school showcase soon). Be it a move from one school to another or the enrollment into school for the first time, parents will be determining the best fit for their children. It makes me reflect upon discussions we’ve had… Read more »