Online Registration Runs Now through October 22
Join 1200 of your peers on October 30-31 for the 2014 Wisconsin Lutheran State Teachers’ Conference at Wisconsin Lutheran High School.
This year you have the opportunity to attend mini-keynote presentations on Thursday which will apply the theme to two important areas of the Christian’s life: devotions and memorization. In addition, there are over 70 different sectional topics to choose from on Thursday and Friday. Your WLSTC Program Committee has been busy! The range of topics is amazing: Fantasy Geopolitics, Bullying, Dissecting Owl Pellets, Combatting Urban Myths, Precorders, Fitness Fridays, Early Childhood Portfolios.
Here are more highlights:
• Rev. Paul Prange’s keynote on Thursday: Remaining Faithful in Our Ministries
• Prof. John Meyer’s keynote on Friday: Continuing Education and Remaining in Christ
• Over 70 different sectional learning opportunities
• Opening worship and devotions
• Sectionals are connected to Teaching Standards
• Online elections: choose your nominee during online registration
This year we are again offering online registration only. The registration fee is $65. Click the registration link above to begin the registration process. Registrations must be completed online by October 22. Register early, sectionals will close as they fill.
As always, we welcome your input and suggestions on this process, future topics, and speakers.
WLHS Construction and Parking Update!
Exciting construction continues at WLHS! Please be patient. Consider carpooling.
The main entrance and all others except for those under construction on the north side of the building are available. All two- and three-hour parking restrictions are lifted on Glenview (84th) and the Honey Creek Parkway. In nearby subdivisions pay attention to any posted no-parking signs. We have permission to use the Calvary Assembly of God parking lot on the northeast corner of Glenview (84th) and Bluemound. Please avoid the Pick-n-Save lot.
" I am the vine; you are the branches. If you remain in me and I in you,
you will bear much fruit; apart from me you can do nothing."