Excitement is in the air at LSEM!
A message from Stacy Hoeft, President/CEO of LSEM 2017 has brought us many inspiring opportunities as staff and teachers continue to look for ways to serve the children in our programs. Programs continue to grow, we’re serving in more schools, offering more professional development opportunities, visiting with more potential partners and exploring some new, yet sorely […]
On June 14-16 LSEM will say “Willkommen” to our resource room teachers from across the nation as we host our biannual LSEM Teachers Conference at the Bavarian Inn Motor Lodge in Frankenmuth. Teachers will have a chance during the three-day conference to meet and connect with their colleagues, receive training on LSEM policies and procedures, […]
Indiana Teacher Reports on Student Success Carmen Cleaveland, an LSEM educator located at Suburban Lutheran School in Fort Wayne, Indiana, shares the following student success story: My student is in the 3rd grade and after her case conference last spring, she was given an IEP with an exceptionality of a specific learning disability. This past […]
It’s been proven that the earlier a child is diagnosed with a learning need the better! Too often children don’t get the attention they need before it’s too late. LSEM wants to change that. Over the past year, LSEM directors have received multiple inquiries about how to better serve the early childhood population. Families that […]
Each year, LSEM recognizes an individual who stands out through their dedication and involvement with the ministry. This year we are excited to announce that former LSEM teacher, Kay Ramsey, is this year’s Volunteer of the Year recipient. Kay migrated to the Detroit area after obtaining a BS in education at Northern Michigan University. After teaching special education […]
The Lutheran School Partnership in Fort Wayne, IN highlighted one of our amazing LSEM teachers, Tiffany Herman and the program she’s built at Ascension Lutheran School! Check our the article!
Katie Bowden has found her niche. Describing herself as “calm on the outside but a storm on the inside,” she was diagnosed with inattentive-type ADHD when she was in third grade at St. Peter, Macomb (Michigan). Throughout her time at St. Peter, her family struggled to find what worked best for her learning. In eighth […]
LSEM teacher, Donna Stole, recently shared a story about the progress one of her students made thanks to the Lexia program — a research-proven, technology-based approach that accelerates reading skills development, predicts students’ year-end performance and provides teachers data-driven action plans to help differentiate instruction. The use of Lexia in LSEM classrooms is funded through […]
LSEM is a blessing in many ways. Specifically, it allowed a perfect storm to take place at Mayer Lutheran High School. When thinking of a perfect storm, pictures of destruction and damage might come to mind, this is a different kind of perfect storm. There was a freshman who came to Mayer Lutheran in 2013 […]
Fort Wayne’s Tiffany Herman added the LSEM touch to Ascension Lutheran Church and School’s celebration of this year’s National Lutheran School Week. With the help of a Thrivent Action Team grant, Tiffany hosted a Literacy Night during the last week of January. Celebrated local author, Helen Frost, was on hand to speak and sign autographs. […]