For the last several years, The Lutheran Schools Partnership has hosted a professional development day for teachers on the Friday before Presidents Day. It has provided a needed opportunity for teachers to learn and grow as educators, but has also served as a wonderful time to… Read More
What reasons do you hear for lack of attending or lack of support of Lutheran schools?
Doesn’t address my child’s needs.
Not a priority.
Just too hard to justify the cost.
Parents who inquire of a Lutheran school or choose to leave a… Read More
Enrollment season has begun. 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 with TLSP admissions counselors over the years.
Our… Read More
It’s the playoffs. Game 7. The series is tied. It’s the bottom of the 9th. Man on first. Two out. The two strike pitch is shot into the gap in left center. The runner from first, rounds second and comes barreling into third with the crowd and the bench calling, “Send him! Send… Read More
When’s the last time you said this?
When we’re young, we do a lot of dreaming. We considered the impossible and thought it possible. We looked at the world without the scars of past mistakes and dove into the world without pause or without considering cost.
What was your… Read More
In recent posts, I shared information from two presentations from Dr. Kim Marxhausen to the teachers of the Lutheran Schools Partnership before school began this year. Dr. Marxhausen, a Lutheran educator and educational psychologist, presented information to us about how the… Read More