To show support and raise awareness for Down Syndrome, Luck School students wore a variety of fun footwear on March 21.
Five Luck HS choir members were among the 255 high school boys from across the state who attended the "Brothers, Sing On" workshop with Dr. David Rayl at the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point on Jan. 27. They were accompanied by Choir Director Jennifer and 7-12 Principal Brad Werner for the day-long workshop. The day concluded with the boys performing in a free public performance.
This is a great season to watch and cheer on our Cardinal athletes!
Winter sports include basketball, wrestling, gymnastics, and hockey ~ our teams and coaches work hard to give their best.
Click on the Cardinal logo to the right to view athletic schedules.
Luck Kindergarten students recently took a virtual field trip to Antarctica where they were introduced to and learned about the animals that live in the cold. They learned about insulation...much like the winter clothes they wear in winter to keep warm, the animals have feathers or fur to keep warm. They also put a bare hand into a bucket of ice water and described how it felt. This student has her hand in ice water, but it's inside a 'blubber' glove.
This virtual field trip was a first for the kindergarten and it proved to be very interesting and fun!
Six Luck High School students participated in the Upper St. Croix Valley Music Association’s Instrumental Music Honors Concert in January at Frederic HS. Over eighty-five students spent the entire day rehearsing with two guest clinicians.
The USCVMA is comprised of schools in northwestern Wisconsin which include Amery, Osceola, Somerset, St. Croix Falls, Unity, Grantsburg, Frederic, Luck, Siren, and Webster.
Luck held their Family Literacy Night and Fall Title 1 meeting in November. Over 100 family members gathered to enjoy a slice of pizza and a slice of fun at the various literacy stations.
The first one-hundred days of school have been particularly hard on some of the students in Mrs. Herwick's class, who are really showing their age in celebration of the 100th Day!
Learning is fun for ALL ages! Check out the continuing education classes offered through Community Education under the "Community" tab.
This is one example of a great art class where participants learned to design their own mosaic garden stone.
Luck’s welding students recently enjoyed a fieldtrip to Schaffer Manufacturing where they toured the plant and saw many of the employees in action.
Luck alumni Steve Schaffer led the tour and explained the many types of skills which employees use on a daily or weekly basis. Schaffer Manufacturing also donated safety glasses, welding caps to be worn under the welding helmets to help deflect any sparks, and metal to use on welding projects.
Thu., March 30 ~ Seniors vs. Staff Basketball Game