New Haven’s Central Lutheran School boys fell to No. 1 seed Garden Homes of Milwaukee in the championship game of the National Lutheran Basketball Association of America (LBAA) Tournament at Valparaiso University on March 22-24.
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 »
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
The Lutheran Schools Partnership is extremely pleased to announce that 96 percent of students within The Lutheran Schools passed the IREAD-3 reading proficiency test that was administered to third-grade students throughout the state this year. Moreover, 100 percent of students at eight of the 17 Lutheran elementary schools in northeast Indiana passed the test. In… Read more »
This summer, The Lutheran Schools Partnership will again provide a fun, hands-on learning experience to students in grades three through eight during two STEAM camps at Suburban Bethlehem Lutheran School, 6318 West California Road. Offered Monday through Friday, July 9-13, the STEAM camps are open to students from all area schools, but enrollment is limited…. 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 »
The Lutheran Schools Partnership has received a grant from Mobile Beacon, a Rhode Island organization that provides fourth-generation (4G) mobile broadband services exclusively to education and nonprofit entities across the United States. Four Partnership schools—Ascension Lutheran School, Holy Cross Lutheran School, Lutheran South Unity School, and St. Paul’s Lutheran School—were selected to each receive 10… Read more »