The annual Lucky Loops event involves the entire K-12 student body, staff, and community. Everyone gathers at the football field prior to 2 hours of walking, running, and biking.
Lucky Loops is coordinated by
Safety Patrol students volunteer to keep the school crosswalks safe before and after school each day.
There are about 65 members in the 6th grade Safety Patrollers and 5th & 6th grade Peace Makers. These clubs are led by Mr. Longhenry, elementary guidance counselor.
Luck 6th grade students recently enjoyed a field trip to St. Croix Falls. Stops included Excel Energy Hydro Electric Generating Plant to learn about water power, and Interstate Park to learn about the geological history of the St. Croix River.
Check out a photo slide show on the Elementary tab!
Luck students in grades K-5 are always excited when it's RIF Day! They each select one book to read and add to their home library. The free book distribution at RIF (Reading is Fundamental) is possible with profits from the twice yearly Scholastic Book Fairs.
Thanks volunteers, librarian, teachers, and students for a FUN day!
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Luck students listen as a FABCO associate explains about the training program which the company has created in partnership with the Fox Valley Technical College.
Grab 'n' Go breakfast is a great option for busy teens!
Grades 6-12 can cruise through the cafeteria before school AND between 1st & 2nd hours (8:43-8:47 am in the HS hallway, shown here) and pick up a pre-packaged healthy meal for the extra energy they need to survive 'til lunch.
Girls Softball is one of many sports available to Luck students. Spring sports are in full swing; come support and enjoy a game this week!
Click on the CARDINAL icon on the right to view schedules for all sports.
Luck School students and staff were impressed and entertained with Rube Goldberg inventions made by 6th grade students. The project challenged them to make a complicated machine to perform a simple task.
Way to go, Luck students!
More photos on Elementary tab.
The third annual Walk / Bike to School event in May was a success! Students in grades K-12 and staff walked-the-walk to promote physically active lifestyles as they hiked from Triangle Park to Luck School. This national event began in 1997 as a movement for year-round safe routes to school and a celebration.
Congratulations to our Class of 2015!
Graduation was held on Sunday, May 17 in the high school gym.
Congratulations to our students for winning the Visual Arts Classic state competition in Madison!
Advisor Mr. Kyle Clemins said, "It was an honor to work with such talented students who were willing to work together and accomplish this feat. We have competed for the last 5 years, but this was the first time we had a full team of students. One more reason to show how multifaceted our school is."