The Ag on the Lawn event was full of activity, animals, equipment, and food! It was coordinated by FFA advisor and teacher, Mr. Tom Wesle, FFA members and alumni. Check out more photos on the Elementary tab.
This group of Summer Rec students had a great time getting messy to complete a project in the Luck School Harvest Garden. They finished painting the wall with blue paint and added colorful handprints. Great job!
Luck School is MUCH more than just a building!
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Members of the Luck Marching Band performed "Good Time" at the Lucky Days parade on July 20. Directed by Mrs. Jennifer Gilhoi, the group sounded and looked great!
The 2014 growing season begins! Students prep the school's Harvest Garden walkways with mulch. Contact Mrs. Ann Goldbach at 715-472-2152 ext. 109 or firstname.lastname@example.org to find out how YOU can help! More photos on Elementary tab.
The HS Agriculture Construction class, led by Mr. Tom Wesle, tackled an educational and profitable woodworking project. 60+ cedar planter boxes were cut, assembled, and sold with the profit benefitting the Luck FFA.
The Summer Saunters program involved Luck and Frederic Elementary students. 50 hikers enjoyed the challenge of daily walks on the Ice Age Trail and overnight camping on Thursday. More photos next week!
The second annual Lucky Loops event for K-12 students, staff, and community continues to be a fun and healthy way to increase physical fitness and lifelong goals.
Luck students are fortunate to have access to nature right outside their classroom windows! This eagle surveys the elementary playground on the shore of Butternut Lake.
Summer Recreation - Sober Adventures info and calendar
New Paradigm Partners Inc. is a consortium of five rural school districts that have been awarded a Carol White Grant, oftentimes referred to as the PEP (Physical Education Program) grant. Through the PEP grant, students in Birchwood, Shell Lake, New Auburn, Northwood, and Luck have the opportunity to gather in their communities for cross community physically active events. With this community bonding, students can enhance their opportunities and re-affirm their beliefs in a healty active lifestyle. Students will increase their awareness of activities available to them in their own communities and learn about friends and places in their neighboring commjnities as well.
Dear Parent or Guardian of a Luck High School Student:
We are looking forward to looking back and we hope you are too!
The Luck yearbook staff is pleased to announce that the 2013-14 yearbook, The Horseshoe, will be bursting with photos, student portraits, activities, athletics, and highlights of the school year. The smiles and memories of your child’s year at Luck HS will be captured and remembered forever in the yearbook.
Make sure your student doesn’t miss out on this opportunity! The price to Luck’s yearbook at this time [ $48.00 ] is the same price as it has been for the past 5 years – with even more pages of full color photos and memories. By the way, yearbooks purchased in the fall at the time of the yearbook’s delivery will be $60.00 – so please order now!
To order a yearbook for your student(s), please complete the Yearbook Order Form online at ybpay.lifetouch.com. Each yearbook ordered online by July 1 will automatically have the student's first and last name imprinted on it. ... Read more...