Meet Ruth Crimmins
Assistant Principal of Curriculum, Instruction and Assessment & Learning Center Director
Mrs. Crimmins has been at Immanuel Lutheran School since 1987. She was called to be a 2nd grade teacher and after 5 years of teaching 2nd grade, she transitioned to the Learning Center. She is currently the Assistant Principal of Curriculum, Assessment, and Instruction along with being the Learning Center Director.
Mrs. Crimmins loves being able to get to know all students (PreS-Gr.8) as they come to the library. Not only can she share her love of reading and guiding them to become life-long learners, but she can share the love of Jesus with them every day.
- Bachelor’s Degree in Elementary Education at Concordia University, Chicago
- Master’s Degree in Library and Information Science at Dominican University, River Forest
- Endorsements in Language Arts, Elementary Education, Social Science and Media
ILS has been a great place to teach for so many years as well as a great school for my two children. I have enjoyed being a part of the ILS community where staff, students and parents work together to promote spiritual and academic growth.
The best part about following Jesus is…
The best part about following Jesus is knowing He is always there for me – no matter what I am going through or what is happening in this world, He is right beside me.
Why do you feel called into Christian education?
I became a Lutheran teacher because I grew up in Lutheran schools and wanted to impact students the way my life was impacted.
What do you love most about teaching?
The thing I love most about teaching students at ILS is sharing the love of Jesus with them every day as well as guiding them to become life-long learners.