Educator and School Links and Forms

The Nebraska District offers many of the forms educators are required to complete in an electronic format. The links below will open these forms. Instructions are on the top of each form.

Commissioned ministers may complete or update their Commissioned Minister Information Form (CMIF) online at the Church Worker Update site. If you need assistance logging in, please contact the Office of Rosters and Statistics at 888-843-5267 or email

The Lutheran School Portal has been replaced by LuthEd, and a membership is no longer required. LuthEd offers free resources for all users.

Project Compass

Project Compass is a District wide school improvement plan for the schools of the Nebraska District. The vision of Project Compass is that all the Lutheran Schools in the Nebraska District LCMS will implement the Concordia Curriculum Guide for Lutheran elementary schools, map their curricula in a consistent manner, test the students using a consistent system, and become accredited through National Lutheran School Accreditation.

To find out more about Project Compass, click the resource links below. If you would like more information about getting your school involved in specific areas of Project Compass, contact the Education Office.


Documents to download or view:

Project Compass Implementation Plan

Project Compass Progress Report

Project Compass Funding Support



Concordia Curriculum Guide



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Lutheran Schools Statistics Summary

Each year, Lutheran schools are required to submit statistical information for their school and students. A summary is completed each year to show averages Synod-wide and for the Nebraska District. Current and past summaries are available by clicking the links below.

The statistical reporting site can be found at To obtain the login for your school, contact Candi at the District Office. Statistics must be submitted online each year by November 1. The 2018 Full Report can be found here.


Nebraska District Summary


Synod Summary



The TEC21 Workshop Program connects and equips Lutheran teachers to inspire student learning in Technology Enriched Classrooms! Established 2009 and headquartered in Seward, Nebraska, TEC21 supports Lutheran education in more than a dozen LCMS districts across the U.S. The TEC21 community has grown to include hundreds of schools and tens of thousands of motivated students. Lutheran educators grow professionally in a fun, safe environment where they are challenged by TEC21 facilitators to examine, question, evaluate and understand technology alongside a vibrant group of peers.

Click HERE for a direct link to TEC21’s website to learn more about the program and how TEC21 participants are creating contagious, 21st-century learning environments. Follow TEC21 on social media to see what’s new: Facebook,TwitterInstagram and Pinterest

Contact the Education & Youth Office:
1-888-643-2961, 1010
Email Bob Ziegler:
Email Candi Menze:

Bob Ziegler, Education and Youth Ministries

Consults with congregations and commissioned ministers regarding the call proces and ministry opportunities. He is also available to resource congregations in the area of youth ministry.

Candi Menze, Assistant for Education and Youth

Helps with call documents and forms for teachers and DCEs. She is a vital part of coordinating Middle and High School Youth Gatherings, and the District Convention.