Quality Education

Christmas as a Lesson in Teaching

What did Mary see? An angel visiting at her front door. A bustling town so busy that there were no rooms at the inn. A barn full of animals. Excited shepherdsworshipping her firstborn son and telling tales of angel choruses. The mother of our Lord saw a lot, and Luke says, “Mary… Read more »

Lutheran Schools Open House: January 22, 2017

On Sunday, January 22, 2017 from 12:00pm to 3:00pm,Lutheran schools across northeast Indiana will host open houses.To locate a nearby Lutheran school, visit thelutheranschools.org and click on “Find a School” at the top of the page.[video width="960" height="540" mp4="http://thelutheranschools.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/12/TLSP-Open-House-Video-2017.mp4" autoplay="true"][/video]… Read more »

The Emotionally Safe Classroom

St. Paul’s Teachers Foster a Caring Learning EnvironmentJovita Nack, a fifth grade teacher at St. Paul’s Lutheran School, says that when a child does not feel safe, they cannot learn.“I came across a professor in college who understood classroom anxiety and said, ‘Think of me as someone who is like an editor… Read more »

Bethlehem Lutheran: A Small School with a Big Heart

Lasting Friendships Highlight Layne Fisher’s ExperienceLayne Fisher doesn’t think it’s a coincidence that her family ended up at Bethlehem Lutheran School.“It was God’s plan,” she says. “I was getting my hair cut from a lady in Ossian. I was looking for a babysitter, so I talked to my hairdresser who recommended Susan… Read more »

Woodburn Lutheran Impacts Family of Seven

The Gentz Family Invests in Christian EducationJake and Jamie Gentz had a big decision when it came time for their oldest son, Jacob, to go to kindergarten. Parents to five kids, they knew that whatever school they chose, they would be making a decision that impacted their whole family.“I did a walk… Read more »