Articles on "Parochial Schools"
Identifying and Tending a School’s Tasks
by Marlene Lund
A Lutheran school can serve as an effective arm of its congregation’s outreach to the community. Running a school successfully requires the support and partnership of congregation, pastor, administrator, and staff.
Minnesota Survey Describes Early Childhood Educators
by James Mahler
In the September/October 1995 issue of this column I reported on data from a survey of teachers in ELCA elementary schools. The results included responses from about 80 teachers in Lutheran schools attending a conference in Fort Wayne, Indiana, and 100 from a conference in Palm Desert, California.
by Maureen Stein
A desire to bring more security to their town's children, as well as share the gospel of Jesus to many who have no worship home, led four ecumenical neighbors to a vibrant after-school ministry in a small town in rural Illinois.