Fall is a perfect time for field trips! The Kindergarten classes visited Baker's Orchard and Bergmann's Pumpkin Patch. More photos on Elementary tab.
Sixth grade students learned about convection currents in an experiment using hot and cold water and food coloring. Currents like these occur in the atmosphere which brings us our different weather conditions.
7th & 8th graders in Science Exploratory set up stations to show 3rd graders different animals from the area and their habitats and diets. See more snakes, salamanders, fish, and frogs on the HS tab!
A presentation by "Tyre Girl" to grades 7-12 Luck students was informative and motivational. Students signed the red tire as a pledge to be more aware of reducing waste in their lives. TG pulled the tire 26.2 miles the next day at the Gandy Dancer Marathon.
Author Warren Hanson visited Luck Elementary School all the way from Texas! He is the famous author of the Peef series, The Next Place, and A Cup of Christmas Tea. In this picture, Kindergarten and First grade students help Mr. Hanson come up with ideas for a picture.
Luck Elementary kindergarten students enjoyed learning from local firefighters Tony Carter and Justin Pullin during fire prevention week.
Congratulations to our Luck-Unity Cross Country team for a great season!
Best of Luck and Skill as you RACE to STATE.
Check out the website calendar or athletic schedule at right for upcoming games.
The Culinary Arts class made fruit pizza, as part of their fruit exploration unit. Each group prepared a sugar cookie crust, made a cream cheese sauce and then decorated the pizza with a combination of colorful fruits.
How lucky are we to have easy access to nature and exercise?
High school students enjoy the Gandy Dancer Trail for a 20-mile ride on a beautiful fall morning. The class was led by Physical Education teachers Mr. Rick Giller and Ms. Jacki Zwiefelhofer.
Our K-6 staff knows how to teach AND have fun at the same time! Some of them joined their students last week with a wide range of innovative costumes.
Grab 'n' Go breakfast is a great option for grades 6-12 students. They can cruise through the cafeteria before school AND between 1st & 2nd hours (8:43-8:47 am) and pick up a pre-packaged healthy meal for the extra energy they need to survive 'til lunch.
Friday, Dec. 5: Scholarship Fundraiser
Learn more details on the "Community" tab!
UPDATE: Girls JV Basketball game on Dec. 2
Update for the Girls Basketball game
Tuesday, Dec. 2
Northwoods @ Luck
JV game will start at 6:15 pm and play 2 quarters
Varsity game will start @ 7:15
Luck Youth Wrestling registration
Wednesday, Dec. 3
Luck Youth Wrestling sign up
for boys and girls in pre-K through 5th grades
Luck School Cafeteria
Any questions or concerns can be directed to
Travis or Marie Sellent @ 715-822-3416 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
UPDATE: Early-Release on Friday, Jan. 23
The early-release scheduled for Friday, January 23
has been changed from 12:45 pm to 11:45 am.
The additional hour is needed for Luck School staff
for their training in ALICE (Alert-Lockdown-Inform-Counter-Evacuate).
The Book Nook bookshelf is at the bottom of the Elementary stairs and is full of donated children's books. The books have a Luck Elementary Book Exchange label at the bottom of the cover.
Students in kindergarten through sixth grades can select one book at a time to take home to read and enjoy. The student may bring it back and place it in the Book Nook, or keep it if they really like the book. It can claim a special place on their bookshelf at home.
We appreciate any donations of gently used books to sustain this ongoing literacy program! They may be dropped off at the high school or elementary offices.
Studies show that getting books into the students' homes is a great way we can help students succeed!
Coordinated by Mrs. Janet Brandt, Title 1 Coordinator