Educational Resources

School Login

LESA principals can use the “School Login” to access Curriculum Guides, The LESA Mentor Handbook, and Archived Professional Development resources.  (Login password updated each July.)


Professional Development


Educator PD August 30, 2019

Personal Climate and Culture

Gerry Brooks is our presenter!

This session will focus on Personal Climate and Culture. We will explore the importance of making sure you are the best you can be no matter what position you hold. We will be challenged to step up our attitudes and behaviors when it comes to dealing with colleagues, parents and students.

Hosted at Christ Community Lutheran School, Kirkwood, MO

Registration is now open through August 23 and is limited to LESA member schools.  Contact Laura Montgomery with questions


Administrator PD September 13, 2019

Presenter: Joe Sanfellipo: Superintendent, Storyteller, and Author, Hacking Leadership: 10 Ways Great Leaders Inspire Learning

Click to read Education Dive Q & A with Joe on how his district became a “rock star.”


Benefits and Privileges to LESA Members

The purpose of LESA is to work collaboratively to support and enhance Lutheran schools as they serve children and families in their respective, unique locations. To fulfill this purpose, LESA is proud to offer Educational Resources for our member schools. 

  • STEM resources: LEGO WeDo and Mindstorms/EV3 kits available on loan to schools
  • LESA offers educational professional development programs for administrators and teachers
  • Fund development training for administrators and school leaders
  • Mentoring materials for new teachers
  • Accreditation support for schools working on evidence-based self-studies
  • Cost-effective program resources and grants such as the LESA Professional Development Grant, LESA Counseling Grant, and the Spire Natural Gas Aggregation Program for Missouri schools
  • Colonial Williamsburg Teacher Professional Development offered at no charge thanks to a generous LESA benefactor
  • Access to online curriculum guides for Pre-K through grade 8, including Mathematics, Language Arts, Reading, Science, Social Studies, Physical Education, Health Education, Technology, Music & Drama, and Visual Arts. These curriculum guides are written specifically for LESA schools and integrate our Lutheran faith. Use the school login to access curriculum guides.
  • Marketing resources: LESA engages in print, radio, television, and social media marketing to our region, highlighting our Lutheran schools

Benefits vary, depending on type of membership. Click to view our Membership Guidelines.  Schools outside the St. Louis metro area can become a "LESA Educational Resources Partner."  See "Forms and Resources" for more information or contact Laura Montgomery at 314-200-0798 or with any questions.


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LESA curriculum guides have been written as blueprints for teachers to assist students in realizing their God-given abilities for competent, caring Christian service in the world in which they live. We are dedicated to providing Lutheran schools with a continuous, systematic process to enhance student learning. Our goal is to improve the education opportunities and increase the effectiveness of the educational programs and services provided to students throughout the Lutheran schools in the St. Louis area.

Curriculum study and writing is a continuous improvement process. Each curriculum document is reviewed, revised, and updated in-depth on a rotation. Educators from our member schools participate in this process. The content and format for the curriculum documents are clearly established and meet the National, Missouri, and Illinois guidelines.

Access to our curriculum guides is for LESA members only. Educational agencies outside of the LESA service apply may apply for “Educational Resources Partners” access for a fee. See "Forms and Resources" for more information or contact Laura Montgomery,                                                                                                       Director of Educational Resources at 314-200-0798 or