Author: Kevin Creutz

As we come to the end of the 2013 National Lutheran Schools Week, we look back on a week of activities, spirit days, service projects, and excitement to realize that…

Read More School is Fun

At a 5th and 6th grade track meet last spring, my school was responsible for coordinating the discus event. Saturday was a cold, cloudy, and windy day. It was one…

Read More Focus on Improvement

My 7th and 8th grade basketball team had a rough season this year. The team finished with a record of 10-17 and we battled injuries, tough losses, and very talented…

Read More The Big Picture

I regularly exercise at a health club near my house. The worst month to workout is January. The place is always packed that month. A lot of new people show…

Read More New Resolutions vs. Old Goals

Every great teacher that I know has had a special kind of energy. The special kind of energy that makes it very clear that they are excited about teaching. They…

Read More What Makes a Teacher Great?

Here is a simple story, about a simple problem, with a simple solution. This summer I was mowing my lawn, and the mower stopped working correctly. The engine was still…

Read More Thank You George

Practice makes perfect. I can not even count how many times that statement has been followed immediately with an additional word added to the statement. PERFECT practice makes perfect. Coaches,…

Read More Perfect Practice

I was asked today what I think an administrator's role is in 21st Century Learning. Here was my response. The most important aspect of 21st century learning is getting our…

Read More An Administrator's Responsibility