The recipient of the LEA’s highest honor, the Christus Magister award, is Charles (Chuck) Winterstein, assistant to the superintendent of schools for the LCMS Michigan District.
More than 2,700 educators attended the Lutheran Education Association’s triennial convocation Oct. 10–12 at the America’s Center Convention Complex.
The convocation is set for Oct. 10–12 in St. Louis under the theme “Opening Eyes, Minds, & Hearts.”
The Christus Magister award — Lutheran Education Association’s top honor — was awarded to Rachel Klitzing of Irvine, Calif.
Mark Muehl of Fort Wayne, Ind., is named to receive Lutheran Education Association’s top “Christus Magister” award.
Lutheran Education Association aims to bring as many as 100 future Lutheran schoolteachers to its 2016 convocation in Grand Rapids, Mich.
Dr. Ross Stueber of Cedarburg, Wis., recipient of the Christus Magister Award, heads the list of educators honored by Lutheran Education Association this year.
The educators — from 36 states and nine countries — came together in Milwaukee for Lutheran Education Association’s 11th convocation.