Hot Lunch Schedule
Our Father’s hosts vendor-supplied for-purchase lunches twice each month. Please see the attached flyer for the Cousins Subs and Golden Chicken Lunch dates. In addition, the 8th Grade Parents provide opportunities to purchase hot lunch throughout the school year (watch your School News emails for upcoming dates and menu items).
Enrollment for 2017-2018 opened February 1, 2017
Registration for the School Choice Programs will open on February 1, 2017. All programs use a random selection method. This year you register for any of the programs online. Even for the Milwaukee Choice Program you need to go to the website and complete the application. Then, bring your proof of income and proof of residency to the school office after you complete registration. If you were in the Choice program this past year you do not need to bring proof of income unless you are registering another child at the same time. You can go to our registration page to get more information and a link to forms and information about the School Choice programs. Additional information regarding the School Choice program can be found at DPI Accountability Report Cards and DPI Notice of Educational Options.
National Accreditation Received
Our Father’s Lutheran School has received word that we have once again been recognized and accredited as a highly effective school of the Lutheran Church – Missouri Synod. As a result of our commitment to continuous improvement and high expectations from a caring, dedicated staff, the school received notice that our accreditation has been approved. Please come and join us for our events during the school year or call (414) 282-7500, to make an appointment to visit.
Theme for the 2017-2018 school year:
“If God is for us, who can be against us.” Romans 8:31b ESV
From our beginnings Our Father’s has had a strong desire to hand down the faith once delivered to the saints. In the early years there were large Sunday School classes that crowded into the building and members began to talk about forming a school. The school was viewed as a way to reinforce the Lutheran teaching as well as prepare children to serve God and their neighbor in their daily vocations. In 1964 that dream was finally realized.
Since that time faithful teachers have daily taught the faith as well as focusing on mathematics, grammar, history and science. Many of those students are now sending their children for a traditional education with a strong foundation in Lutheran doctrine. The memorization of Holy Scripture, Luther’s Small Catechism, and Lutheran hymns are an important part of the daily growth in faith and love. The caring environment and smaller class size allows us to focus on the needs of each individual student. The positive results are seen in the high test results and the subsequent success of our students in high school and college.