Alicia Levitt

Mark of Excellence

One of the great strengths of the schools within The Lutheran Schools Partnership is their desire to use all the gifts the Lord has given them in order to excel at what they do. One mark of excellence is accreditation. While there are multiple systems of accreditation, and some of our schools… Read more »

Podcast Newsletter

Drive to school. Drive to work. Drive to church. Drive to the grocery store. Drive to the soccer field. Many days, I feel like a taxi driver or an extension of my vehicle. The AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety found that in 2017, Americans spent an average of 51 minutes per… Read more »

Why Choose Lutheran Schools: The Elementary Years

Elementary school, usually categorized as including grades K or 1-5, sets the stage for young people in so many ways. Many positive characteristics can be seen in the elementary years. Students in these grades are growing academically by leaps and bounds, developing strong foundations in reading and math, and ready themselves to… Read more »

Hope in a Hurting World

On August 2nd, teachers and staff new to schools in The Lutheran Schools Partnership were invited to participate in a day of professional development to help them meet some of the requirements set forth for school staff by the State of Indiana. This day of training was filled with topics that aren’t… Read more »

The Gift of Music

Martin Luther wrote, “Next to the word of God, the noble art of music is the greatest treasure in the world.” It is no surprise, then, that the Lutheran church and her schools have a heritage of great music and music education. The Lutheran Schools Partnership schools are no exception.Many studies have… Read more »

How We Spent Our Summer: A Back to School Essay

It’s a classic back-to-school assignment: the “how I spent my summer” journal entry, collage, picture, or essay. While summer has provided a nice break in routine, The Lutheran Schools Partnership was not closed this summer. Here’s a taste of what we have been up to in the area of Academic Excellence while… Read more »

How We Spent Our Summer: A Back to School Essay

It’s a classic back-to-school assignment: the “how I spent my summer” journal entry, collage, picture, or essay. While summer has provided a nice break in routine, The Lutheran Schools Partnership was not closed this summer. Here’s a taste of what we have been up to in the area of Academic Excellence while… Read more »

Chores

I grew up in an 1880’s farmhouse on a dusty, gravel road in rural Iowa. My parents weren’t farmers, but chores were a major part of my life as a child. We had about 4 acres of grass that we mowed on our 14 acre property, and a few more acres at… Read more »