Teacher/Technology Coordinator

Sue Lilienthal

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Mrs. Lilienthal was called to St. Paul in 1991 from Concordia University Mequon.  She received a Master's Degree in Gifted and Talented Education from UWSP in 1995 and a 2nd Master's in Educational Technology through Concordia University Mequon in 2014.  In addition to her teaching duties she plays handbells, administers the Sentry Grant and technology program at St. Paul, serves on the Stewardship Committee and serves as the Legacy of Love Coordinator.   She currently teaches 2nd grade and also 7/8th Grade Language Arts.

My purpose or mission is to equip students with the skills and understanding they need to be children of God serving their families and communities as they grow.   In my classroom we really focus on becoming strong independent learners and thinkers who use their God given gifts and talents for His Glory!  I love to incorporate God’s word into math, science and all of my other classes.  After all, "It's Still All About Jesus".

My husband Jason and I have two children, one in college and one starting high school at Wisconsin Valley Lutheran High School.  We enjoy watching our children participate in sports and other activities.  I love to read for pleasure, scrapbook and travel!  This summer my favorite memory was from our trip to Alaska and the Northwest Coast.  I loved all of God's creation from whales to glaciers and the ocean.

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