Please take a moment to view this short video about how The Lutheran Schools are continually evolving to provide the highest-quality education to families from all walks.
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 »
FORT WAYNE, IN: Well-known artist, Mark Kistler, will be teaching the students of St. Peter’s Lutheran School how to draw in 3D on November 2, 2010 at 1:00pm. Using an overhead projector, a document camera, and computer-projected animation, Mark will expertly guide students through an extraordinary imagination adventure. Students will learn how to draw in… Read more »
Alexia Zawadzke, an eighth-grader at St. John Lutheran School in Kendallville, advanced all the way to the Scripps National Spelling Bee in Washington, D.C., in June. The 14-year-old Alexia spelled “Briton” and “orison” correctly in the preliminary rounds, but was tripped up during a 50-word written test and failed to advance to the final round…. Read more »
Early in the school year seventh-graders from Concordia Lutheran School entered Creative Communication’s poetry contest. Under Chris Murphy’s guidance, students penned poems in hopes of publication. Recently, 24 of the 42 students were congratulated on acceptance for publication. Their poems will be included in A Celebration of Poets. Author Poem title Kameron Conley Football Season… Read more »
Photo and story courtesy of WANE.com Located just across the St. Joe river from the Memorial Coliseum, Concordia clearly had the shortest bus ride to the state championship games Saturday. The 8th-ranked Cadets are eyeing the first state title in basketball as they battle top-ranked Rushville for the class 3A title. Concordia jumped out to… Read more »