St. Croix Lutheran WSP Hosting School Choice Forum

Published Date: Monday, January 12, 2015 - 12:30pm

Press Release

St. Croix Lutheran WSP Hosting School Choice Forum

West St. Paul, MN

Monday, January 12, 2015: St. Croix Lutheran Grades 6-12 West St. Paul in cooperation with the Minnesota Independent School Forum (MISF) will host to the Parental Choice in Education Forum, sponsored by Opportunity for All Kids (OAK), on Tuesday, January 27 from 9:00 a.m. to noon in the SCL auditorium. This event is free and open to the public.

Keynote speakers are Tim Keller, senior attorney, Institute for Justice, and Terry Brown, vice president of School Choice Wisconsin and former president of St. Anthony School of Milwaukee. Both speakers are recognized leaders in the school choice movement with a successful track record of promoting school choice in legal and legislative areas.

In all likelihood, education will be a major topic during the next legislative session, including proposed budgets and investments needed to keep our state competitive and prepare students for future careers. There are many states with educational or parental "choice" legislation. These "choice" legislations range from tax credits to educational savings accounts (ESA), opportunity scholarships to voucher programs. In these states, there are numerous reports that illustrate the fact that choice programs save taxpayers money and improve educational outcomes.

New coalitions of leaders, Opportunity for All Kids (OAK), have organized a movement to promote school choice in Minnesota. Your voice is needed to help create real progress in enacting parental choice in education legislation. Please plan to attend!
St. Croix Lutheran Grades 6-12 is located at: 1200 Oakdale Avenue, West St. Paul, MN 55118. For planning purposes, RSVP to Shawn Peterson at SPeterson@mncc.org or call (651) 227-8777. For Release [Time, AM/PM Time Zone, Date]

Press Release - SCL Hosts Parental Choice in Education.pdf


Contact: Kristina Lewerenz

St. Croix Lutheran Grades 6-12

Phone 651-455-1521 ext. 101

Fax 651-451-3968

KLewerenz@StCroixLutheran.org

1200 Oakdale Avenue

West St. Paul, MN 55118

St. Croix Lutheran Grades 6-12

SCL logo-grades-color.jpgPress Release

St. Croix Lutheran WSP Hosting School Choice Forum

West St. Paul, MN

Monday, January 12, 2015:  St. Croix Lutheran Grades 6-12 West St. Paul in cooperation with the Minnesota Independent School Forum (MISF) will host to the Parental Choice in Education Forum, sponsored by Opportunity for All Kids (OAK), on Tuesday, January 27 from 9:00 a.m. to noon in the SCL auditorium.  This event is free and open to the public.

Keynote speakers are Tim Keller, senior attorney, Institute for Justice, and Terry Brown, vice president of School Choice Wisconsin and former president of St. Anthony School of Milwaukee. Both speakers are recognized leaders in the school choice movement with a successful track record of promoting school choice in legal and legislative areas.


In all likelihood, education will be a major topic during the next legislative session, including proposed budgets and investments needed to keep our state competitive and prepare students for future careers.
 There are many states with educational or parental "choice" legislation. These "choice" legislations range from tax credits to educational savings accounts (ESA), opportunity scholarships to voucher programs. In these states, there are numerous reports that illustrate the fact that choice programs save taxpayers money and improve educational outcomes.

 

New coalitions of leaders, Opportunity for All Kids (OAK), have organized a movement to promote school choice in Minnesota. Your voice is needed to help create real progress in enacting parental choice in education legislation. Please plan to attend!

 

St. Croix Lutheran Grades 6-12 is located at: 1200 Oakdale Avenue, West St. Paul, MN 55118.
For planning purposes, RSVP to Shawn Peterson at
SPeterson@mncc.org or call (651) 227-8777.

 

 

 
Lucas Krueger, Class of 2008
" Each time we practiced and played, I always felt that (Coach Lemke) was putting personal confidence and trust in us as his players, and at every snap of the football I felt a responsibility to do the job with which he had entrusted me. "
- Lucas '08