Lisa Pieper

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Mrs. Pieper is a graduate of Concordia University, NE and holds degrees in Elementary Education and Director of Christian Education. She has minors in Theology and Music. She has been teaching at St. Paul Lutheran School since the year 2000 and is currently the 3rd grade teacher.

At the beginning of each school year, Mrs. Pieper reads the book, "What Would Jesus Do?" to her students. The book is about children who face conflicts and learn how to respond to conflicts in God-pleasing ways by first seeking what Jesus would do and then apply it to their own conflicts. During the year Mrs. Pieper and her students reflect on that story to focus on how attitudes and actions can be dealt with in a Christ-like manner in all that they do at home and school as well as anywhere else life takes them. This shows how important to have Jesus the center of her students' lives.

Mrs. Pieper has been married to her husband, Jim (also a teacher) for 35 years. They are blessed with three sons and a daughter-in-law. Together, they are active in their church and love to serve in any way needed. Mrs. Pieper especially loves to play organ for church and has been doing so for 43 years. What she enjoys doing on her free time includes reading, playing the piano and the organ, crafting, spending time outdoors, and biking. She is an advocate for conservation, so she teaches her students why it is important to help take care of God's wonderful creation - earth. By the end of the year, her students like to plant seeds and transplant their flowers around the church and school grounds.





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