Luck students in the Wildlife Management class took a fieldtrip to the school forest. Led by teacher Mr. Joe Bartylla, it was a great day to clear trails, brush, and plant trees.
We have some awesome little engineers at Luck Elementary! Using candy DOTS and toothpicks, this Kindergarten class was challenged to build a house for their pig. After the construction the bad wolf (a blow dryer) tried, without much luck, to blow their house down!
The Luck HS Yearbook staff is busy capturing lots of colorful memories which will be included in the 2016 yearbook. The theme this year is "Memories Matter: Special Moments Color Every Page!"
Adviser Ms. Lori Nelson has posted info for students to order their yearbook online for only $48.
The Luck School's National Honor Society (NHS) held its annual induction in March. Following a delicious meal with invited family, the current members and NHS advisor, Mrs. Renee Gavinski, explained the principles of NHS. Guest speaker, Mrs. Carolyn Peterson, involved everyone in a fun and memorable "quiz" with the focus on integrity.
First grade students in Mrs. Kathy Herwick's class flew their handmade kites on the Luck School playground.
Check out the group photo and explanation of how their reading assignment tied in with this fun activity on the Elementary tab.
The Luck School Drama Club's Spring Show was performed in April. The audience enjoyed great humor and talent! The Drama Club is directed by Mrs. Judy Wicklund.
Luck HS students worked with Agriculture teacher Ms. Kelly Warwick for the annual Ag on the Lawn event. There was a lot to experience for a wide variety of ages; everyone enjoyed a beautiful day on the school lawn next to Big Butternut Lake.
The end-of-year party for Kinship matches was held in the Elementary library. During this school-based mentoring, high school students and their elementary matches spent time together with crafts and a sweet treat!
For more information about Kinship of Polk County, visit their website: http://polkkinship.org/
Congratulations to the Luck High School team who competed at the regional Visual Arts Classic competition at UW-Stout! On March 11 the team competed with six other districts. The Luck team took 1st place in the Quiz Bowl, Critical Thinking Challenge, and both long term and on-site projects. This is the second year in a row Luck has won the regional competition. Led by VAC advisor Mr. Kyle Clemins, the group will advance to state competition in Madison.
More photos of the competition will be posted on the Sports/Clubs tab.
Don't lick your monitor screen!
Four students in the Culinary Arts II class worked together to make this Ice Cream Waffle Cake.
Luck Band Director Jennifer Gilhoi recently wrote and received a grant, made available through the St. Croix Valley Foundation, to purchase three new euphoniums for the Luck Band Dept. "This grant allows me to replace three very old baritones with beautiful new euphoniums for the students to play. I'm so grateful for this grant and for the St. Croix Valley Foundation's generosity", said Gilhoi.
Mark your calendars to watch and cheer our Cardinal sports!
Spring sports include softball, baseball, track, and golf ~ our student athletes work hard to give their best.
Click on the Cardinal logo to the right to view athletic schedules.
Summer opportunity: Residential Construction Training Academy
Attention HS Students:
Are you interested in a career in construction?
Check out the "Residential Construction Training Academy" opportunity on the High School tab for more info.
Summer School registration info
Click on the links below to view and print the Summer School booklets.
Return the completed registrations to the Luck High School office by Friday, May 20.