These juniors prepare the audio equipment and their guitars prior to the talent show on Friday. Every seat in the bleachers will be filled with K-12 Cardinal Spirit!
This is a great season to watch and cheer on our Cardinal athletes!
Fall sports include cross country, football, volleyball, and golf ~ our teams and coaches work hard to give their best.
Click on the Cardinal logo to the right to view athletic schedules.
Luck School's art department draws in a lot of student talent! There's a wide variety of media to try and enjoy; from drawing to metals and more. The high school team has also earned top honors in recent years at the regional and state Visual Arts Classic competitions.
Check back for more art highlights.
Leadership at the elementary level has changed this summer as Mrs. Ann Goldbach retired, and Mr. Jason Harelson joined Luck School as the Elementary Principal.
Continued Best of Luck to Mrs. Goldbach as she enjoys the next phase of life, and a warm welcome to Mr. Harelson to our school family!
High School students Sophie and Lindsay wrapped up their Guitar class with a performance at Cafe Wren as their final project. Fellow classmate Jake lent his singing voice to the event.
Luck students spend some time making posters for the Homecoming parade and football game.
The parade route is Main Street and Park Avenue and begins at 2:45 pm on Friday, Sept. 30.
The football game begins at 7:00 pm.
The school garden has been growing well this summer, thanks to ample amounts of rain and sun. The vegetables harvested will supplement the school lunches this fall.
If you're interested in volunteering to keep the garden weeded and help harvest the produce, please contact Luck School!
The Sauntering program this summer logged in lot of miles and smiles with the Luck and Frederic students this August. In addition to hiking local sections of the Ice Age Trail, the group met with Julie Fox at the Interstate Park to learn about the effect glaciers had in our region.
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.
September 1 wasour first day of the school year! The morning started out well as K-12 students were greeted by principals, teachers, and staff.
Refer to the Luck School District website (www.lucksd.k12.wi.us) and 'like' this page for news and updates throughout the year.
Volunteers at Luck School were invited to attend the appreciation spring gathering. The group enjoyed refreshments and the art displays in the Commons prior to the High School Concert. Nancy Beduhn was recognized as Volunteer of the Year for her commitment to reading with students in elementary and junior high classrooms.
Luck School welcomes everyone who can share their skills to benefit our students and staff. Contact Community Ed. for more info about volunteering.
Sat., Oct. 22 ~ Volleyball Regional Finals
Congratulations to our
Luck Volleyball team
for reaching Regional Finals!
Their next game will be at Clayton
Saturday, Oct. 22
Luck Cardinals vs. Clayton Bears
Tickets will be for sale at the door.
Oct. 24 deadline ~ In-school flu vaccinations
The Polk County Health Department will be offering in-school influenza ("flu") vaccination clinics.
Click on the forms below for more information for this optional vaccination.
Info and forms were sent home in K-6 backpacks, and grades 7-12 can pick up info and forms in the HS office.
Complete and return the consent form no later than Monday, Oct. 24.
The vaccination clinic is scheduled for Friday, Oct. 28.
Students can file a 2017–18 FAFSA starting Oct. 1, 2016, rather than beginning on Jan. 1, 2017. The earlier submission date is a permanent change, enabling students to complete and submit a FAFSA as early as Oct. 1 every year.
Students now report earlier income information.
Beginning with the 2017–18 FAFSA, students are required to report income information from an earlier tax year. For example, on the 2017–18 FAFSA, students (and parents, as appropriate) must report their 2015 income information, rather than their 2016 income information.
Luck School has been asked to share the survey below with our families.
The Wisconsin Public Services Commission (PSC) is conducting a statewide survey about residential Internet access throughout the state. The survey gives you the opportunity to make sure that the PSC and service providers know if you do not have quality affordable Internet access.
If you are not able to take the survey online, you can take it by phone by calling 877-360-2973, a toll free number. It is especially important for you to take the survey, so that PSC and Internet providers know the location of all households that do not have high-quality, affordable Internet access.”