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.