On Saturday, 22 June we officially unveiled the new LEVNT Strategic Direction, which is the culmination of effort and an inspiring day of collegiality.
On Friday the 28th of June we farewelled John Graetz from his role at LEVNT and thanked him for his many years of outstanding service.
“Mental Health is not a destination, but a process. It’s about how you drive, not where you’re going” – Noam Shpancer
The 2019 LEVNT Leadership/Principal Spiritual Retreat is being held on Friday, 17 May at the Mantra Conference Centre, Tullamarine. The program will begin with a shared evening meal the night before, on Thursday, 16 May.
The retreat will focus on encouraging a culture of genuine collegial support as we spend time reflecting self-awareness and its critical role for us as leaders in schools. I encourage you to find time in your busy schedule to attend this retreat and spend some valuable time in personal and spiritual reflection.
On Friday, 15 March the Principals and Business Managers’ Day was well attended, and a variety of speakers gave presentations covering technology, school registration, staffing workload managing under performance and many more…
From Friday, 15 February to Sunday, 17 February lay and pastor representatives from congregations and schools met in Hamilton for the 39th Victorian District (including Tasmania) Convention of Synod, on the theme of 2 Corinthians 4:7
But we have this treasure in jars of clay to show that this all-surpassing power is from God and not from us.
Some of our new principals share their background and what has brought them to the position they now serve in. They also address what drives them to deliver high quality educational experiences and outcomes to their students.
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.