St. Paul's Lutheran School
St. Paul’s is a State-Accredited School and their teachers are all certified by the State of Oklahoma. St. Paul’s Lutheran School offers small class sizes (usually around 12 or less), excellent teachers. Students have access to Library, Music and PE. We now have iPad devices for each child, Teachers have access to provide classroom objective learning materials. This gives every child the individual attention they need to succeed. We offer Science and Math clubs for grades 3-5 as well. St. Paul’s is a safe school and they have tornado and storm protection. You will be pleasantly surprised at the quality of the staff and the school. St. Paul’s is located at 1626 E. Broadway, Enid, OK 73701.
We do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, or disability in administration of its educational and admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs.
Meet the Staff
Rev. David Reber, Jr.
Pastor Reber excepted our call, and was installed July 1, 2018 as our full time Pastor. Pastoral work is not new to Reber, who previously served a dual Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod parish in southeast New Mexico: Grace Lutheran Church in Hobbs and Our Savior Lutheran Church in Lovington. But, he does see his installation at the Enid church and school as the culmination of a long route of "detours" that led to the ministry.
Principal Carolyn LaBrue began her teaching career in 1984 after graduating with a B.S degree from Oklahoma State University. In 2007, Carolyn received her Master's Degree in Educational Leadership from NWOSU. After 28 years in the classroom teaching elementary grades/principal internship for Enid Public Schools, she was principal for three years at Medford Elementary. After retiring, Carolyn was led to St. Paul's Lutheran School because of her desire to work with children as well as strengthen their faith through Christian Education. Carolyn loves this school as well as this church.
Crystal is the church and school office secretary.
Pre-Kindergarten Teacher Penny began her teaching career in 1989 after obtaining her BS in minor in Early Childhood. She taught in grades K-6th, but found her real passion when teaching pre-Kindergarten 12 years ago. Her role as a Pre-K teacher is to inspire children to learn and to facilitate their best when learning. Young Children learn best when they are actively engaged, therefore, she places an emphasis on play and hands-on learning. "I feel it is important that the children are actively engaged throughout the learning process so we move and sing and dance a lot!"
Kindergarten Teacher Aide
2nd/3rd Grade Teacher Aide
My teaching career began in 1987 in Towner, Colorado teaching 6th grade, but my husband of now 32 years brought me to Oklahoma (I’m grew up a farm girl in the Texas Panhandle). I have my BS degree in Elementary Education from Panhandle State University and my Early Childhood degree from Northwestern Oklahoma State University. I have 2 children and 4 dogs. I have been so blessed to be a part of the St. Paul’s family for 26 1/2 years where I have taught many many Pre-K and Kindergarten children. Children are such precious gifts from our Heavenly Father and and Proverbs 22:6 says “Train up a child in the way he should go; even when he is old he will not depart from it”. God’s Blessings!!!
1st Grade Teacher
2nd & 3rd Grade Teacher
4th & 5th Grade Teacher
Library Media Specialist Karen Boardman has 31 years of teaching experience. She began her teaching career as a school speech-language pathologist . After serving in this capacity for five years, she felt a calling to pursue her masters degree in education, allowing her the opportunity to teach gifted education, transitional first grade and third grade. In 2004, Mrs. Boardman pursued a degree in Library Media Science. She was able to serve as a librarian for school children for twelve years. With a total of 31 years of teaching experience, Mrs. Boardman then served a 3 year term as Children's Program Director at Enid Public Library. The love of forming relationships with children and teaching them the importance of reading as a lifelong skill brought her back to teaching at St. Paul's. "There is nothing quite like the accomplishment and pride a child feels when they learn to read. Creating lifelong learners and successful readers is my goal as a teacher."
Cook, Cafeteria Host