Science and Physical Education
Mrs. Moyers: Laura has 34 years teaching experience. In addition to teaching at St. Paul, she is an Adjunct Professor at Baker University teaching “Issues and Ethics in Technology Integration.”
About Mrs. Moyers: She received ACUE certification in 2018 (Association of College and University Educators) and maintains status as Highly Qualified Certification with the State of Kansas.
She has authored “Time Out for Teachers” and three children’s books and 4 music albums. She has secured over $23,000 in Grants and Contests for the Leavenworth School District.
She was the 2013 Regional Teacher of the Year for Kansas and 2017 and 2018 VFW Post Teacher of the Year. She also earned 2nd place in the Henry Ford’s National Teacher of the Year. She was selected as a semi finalist in the 2019 NAFME Innovative Teacher Award.
Over the years Mrs. Moyers has raised $4000 in assistance to various organizations such as Wounded Warriors via funds from the sale of her Soldier’s Tribute CD. She has performed regularly for the Mayor’s Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony, Memorial Day and Veterans Day programs.
She is married to Chris and has one daughter and one grandson. She is a professional ventriloquist and actress. She hopes to guide her students in their spiritual walk and instill a lifelong love of learning.
What do I like to do in my spare time… Time with family/church family and friends top my priority list. I am currently studying Spanish/sign language and improving my skills as Church Pianist for Church of the Open Door. I love gym classes, cooking, gardening and looking for innovative ways to teach my students.
What does St. Paul Lutheran mean to you… St. Paul allows the precious opportunity to share Christ and be a role model for students. St. Paul allows fellowship with like-minded teachers and Godly leadership.
The best part about following Jesus…is my time with Him. The peace that comes from walking with my creator is unparalleled. He is my source of strength and job. I am profoundly grateful for the privilege to call Him my Lord.