On Sunday, 24 March, Eloise Beveridge celebrated her installation as the new Principal at Trinity Lutheran College, at Holy Trinity Lutheran Church.
As we begin the New Year, we hope you have had a chance to refresh and rejuvenate with family and friends and look forward to what 2019 brings to you and your schools’ communities.
Past and present members of the St Peter’s Lutheran School community gathered in Dimboola last weekend to celebrate 60 years of providing Christ-centered education to the town and district.
It is with great pleasure that we announce the appointment of Craig Lieschke to the position of Interim Principal of Tarrington Lutheran School, commencing 2019.
This week Senator Scott Ryan and Stephen Rudolph, LEA Director, officially opened the New Middle School and Senior School buildings, which was dedicated by Pastor Peter Janetzki.
New funding of $1.5 million over the next three years for school leaders was announced today by Liz Gillies, CEO of the Menzies Foundation.
Minister for Education James Merlino today announced a $22.6 million investment to provide students in rural and regional areas a greater choice of subjects, through new online and face-to-face learning options.
Principles of giving voice, listening, collaborating and reflecting guided LEVNT as we launched the second phase of planning the strategy for our schools and the work of district officers for the next 3 to 5 years.
Around 240 staff from the five Riverina Lutheran schools gathered at St Paul’s Walla Walla on Monday for the biennial Riverina Hub Conference. Speaker for the conference, David Vinegrad (of Behaviour Matters), engaged and challenged attendees under the conference theme Growing Our Communities – Relationships, Relationships, Relationships.
Over the last two weeks representatives from LEVNT have been part of the first official learning tours for our region to both Sydney and Brisbane. This was shared on the ‘Agile Learning Watering Hole’ Facebook page – where you may have seen some of your colleagues take part.