Exciting News from Nebraska Lutheran Schools

St. John Lutheran School, Seward was recognized by the National Lutheran School Accreditation (NLSA) as one of their six Accredited Schools of Distinction. The award demonstrates a school’s commitment to providing a distinctive level of quality Christian education for the children that it serves.

The Kaleidoscope Fund, a granting program established by Lutheran Church Extension Fund (LCEF), has awarded a total of $832,135 to 26 LCMS elementary schools throughout the United States. LCEF narrowed the focus of impact for the grants to LCMS K-8 elementary schools. Eligible grant proposals included faculty enrichment, curriculum development, facility improvements, and endowment creation.

Trinity Lutheran School, Fremont, received a grant intended to improve or upgrade existing facilities or tools necessary to improve the learning environment. St. John Lutheran School, Seward, received a grant intended for curriculum development to enhance academic offerings of schools through improvement to curriculum and development of new programs.

Read more here: https://lcef.org/2019-kaleidoscope-fund-recipients/

Concordia Academy Principal Nathan Domsch was selected to receive the Lutheran Education Association’s 2020 Distinguished Lutheran Elementary Administrator Award. Those who are nominated for this award are administrators who are: equipped and willing to profess and teach Christian faith from a Lutheran perspective; demonstrate outstanding leadership through curriculum development, staff professionalism and morale, and family involvement; are a member of one or more professional associations; and are committed to National Lutheran School Accreditation or other accreditation if not serving an LCMS school.

We are grateful for our amazing Lutheran schools and their staff.

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