Ms. Fuss has been here at LCS since 2011 as a Secondary Administrative Assistant. Sue grew up in Adrian and has worked as an adminstrative assistant since 1996. She has 2 adult children. She attends Bethany Assembly of God in Adrian and helps with baptisms, collection count, greeting and anywhere there is a need.
Mrs. Winzeler has been at LCS since 1999. She attended Ohio State University where she earned her Bachelor of Science degree. Marsha grew up in Fayette, Ohio and was a Technical Illustrator at Gould Ocean Systems Division in Cleveland, Ohio. She has 3 children who all graduated from LCS. Hannah (Kutzley) Meck, class of 2004, Cedric Kutzley, class of 2008 and Hattie (Kutzley) Fenner, class of 2012. Marsha attends Archibold Methodist Church.
Mr. Summer has been teaching for 11 years and joined LCS in 2019. He was born in Michigan but also lived in Wisconsin, South Carolina and most recently, Hawaii for 9 years. He taught and coached for 9 years at a Christian school on the Big Island of Hawaii. He was a former Elementary and Junior High Principal. Matt attended Northland International University, United States Sports Academy where he earned his Bachelors degree in Sports Management. He went on to earn his Masters degree in Sports Coaching/Sports Psychology from the U.S.S.A.. He is married to Margaret Summer who is a 2nd grade teacher at LCS. They have 2 children who both attend LCS. Kylie is in 10th grade and Brandon is in 8th grade. They attend 1Mosaic here in Adrian.
Mrs. Miklos has been teaching for 9 years. She joined LCS in 2018 working as a substitute and then started teaching math in 2019 for the high school. She earned her Bachelor of Science degree from Eastern Michigan University. Emily grew up in Bryan, Ohio. She first taught in Pasco County, Florida for 3 years then she taught for Imagine Schools in Toledo, Ohio for 5 years. She is married to her husband, Brian Miklos. They have 3 children who all attend LCS in preschool, kindergarten and 2nd grade. They attend Cornerstone Church in Maumee, Ohio.
Mrs. Bjork joined LCS in 2019 but has been teaching for 19 years. She grew up in Los Angeles, California and taught math in high school for 10 years. When she moved to Michigan, Naomi taught math at Siena Heights University as an adjunct professor until she came to LCS. She earned her Bachelor’s degree in Mathematics with a minor in French from Westmont College in Santa Barbara, California. She then went on to earn her Masters in Education in Curriculum and Instruction from Concordia University, Irvine. Also and Academic Development (CLAD) Credential in Secondary Mathematics from California State University, Northridge. Naomi is married with 2 daughters. They attend Grace Point EFC in Adrian.
Mr. Bempong joined LCS in 2018. He grew up in the Detroit area and graduated from Southfield Lathrup High School. After high school, Ben earned his BA in Physical Education with an emphasis on Sport Leadership. He earned both his MA in Sport Administration and Education Specialist degree from Central Michigan University (CMU). He also earned his ED.D in Educational leadership from Central Michigan University. Ben joined the LCS team after working with students at the Boys and Girls Club of Lenawee. His work experience there, and prior, have provided him experience in relationship building, conflict resolution, and behavior management. When not working with students, Mr. Bempong enjoys reading Christian theology books and working out. Ben worships our Savior with the congregation at Tecumseh Missionary Baptist Church.
Mrs. Hunt spent her childhood in Saint Johns, Michigan. After high school, she graduated from Alma College in 2009. Shimea has spent the bulk of her career practicing medicine as a Physician Assistant. She came to LCS from ProMedica Physician Group where she learned how to love people in a provider role and support people in very difficult storms of life. When asked about her experiences, Shimea said, “God has always called me into a role of leadership and empathy (my mother claims since childhood). In 2015-2016, I took an adjunct faculty position at Eastern Michigan University. It was then when I first felt the calling to teach. God closed the door to teaching at the college level when the president of that program stepped down. Since that time, I was not pursuing teaching at any level other than on an individual level to my patients. In June of 2018, God clearly called me to teach, and specifically at LCS. One Sunday, I had a nagging voice inside telling me to look for employment at LCS. After leaving church, I told my husband, who said I ought to listen to God. The next Monday, I was able to communicate with Tom Durbin and the rest is history. So although I have not been educating pupils formally since 2016, I have been practicing the art of education daily in my physician assistant role. God has prepared my heart to move into education full time and I am so excited to be a part of preparing these young hearts to move into the world and share their light.” Shimea and her husband, Eddie, have three children and they attend Grace Point Evangelical Free Church.