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L-C School Board Human Resources Committee Meeting Information (01.18.2021)

posted by Cory Romdenne

The L-C School Board Human Resources Committee Meeting at 3:30PM on Monday, January 18, 2021 will be conducted in person. This meeting will be almost entirely a closed session meeting. Members of the public who wish to view the very brief open session period may contact Glenn Schlender directly for accommodations (gschlender@luxcasco.k12.wi.us).




La reunión del Comité de Recursos Humanos de la Junta Escolar de L-C a las 3:30 p.m. del lunes 18 de enero de 2021 se llevará a cabo en persona. Esta reunión será casi en su totalidad una sesión a puerta cerrada. Los miembros del público que deseen ver el breve período de sesiones abiertas pueden comunicarse directamente con Glenn Schlender para solicitar alojamiento (gschlender@luxcasco.k12.wi.us).

L-C School Board Policy Committee Meeting Information (01.14.2021)

posted Jan 11, 2021, 9:36 AM by Cory Romdenne

The L-C School Board Policy Committee Meeting at 6:00PM on Thursday, January 14, 2021 will be conducted in person and via Zoom Video Conferencing. School board members along with administrative staff will be present in person for the board meeting.

Members of the public who wish to view are encouraged to attend. Staff and members of the public may view remotely using Zoom — they will have the ability to view the meeting on their computers or call in with a phone to listen to the audio.


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La reunión del Comité de Políticas de la Junta Escolar de L-C a las 6:00 p. M. El jueves 14 de enero de 2021 se llevará a cabo en persona y mediante videoconferencia de Zoom. Los miembros de la junta escolar junto con el personal administrativo estarán presentes en persona para la reunión de la junta.

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Tema: Reunión del Comité de Políticas de la Junta Escolar de L-C 14/01/2021
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L-C School Board Regular Meeting Information (12.16.2020)

posted Dec 16, 2020, 6:18 AM by Cory Romdenne

The L-C School Board Regular Meeting at 7:00PM on Wednesday, December 16, 2020 will be conducted in person and via Zoom Video Conferencing. School board members along with administrative staff and a member of the IT staff will be present in person for the board meeting.

Members of the public who wish to participate or view in person are encouraged to attend. In accordance with Kewaunee County Public Health Department guidelines and the State of Wisconsin Face Covering Requirement, social distancing and face covering usage will be in effect.

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La reunión regular de la Junta Escolar de L-C a las 7:00 p. M. El miércoles 16 de diciembre de 2020 se llevará a cabo en persona y a través de videoconferencias de Zoom. Los miembros de la junta escolar junto con el personal administrativo y un miembro del personal de TI estarán presentes en persona para la reunión de la junta.

Se anima a que asistan los miembros del público que deseen participar o ver en persona. De acuerdo con las pautas del Departamento de Salud Pública del condado de Kewaunee y el requisito de cobertura facial del estado de Wisconsin, el uso de la cobertura facial y el distanciamiento social estarán en vigor.

Otros miembros del personal y del público pueden ver de forma remota usando Zoom: tendrán la capacidad de ver la reunión en sus computadoras o llamar con un teléfono para escuchar el audio.


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Luxemburg-Casco School District putting final touches on new Agriscience Center

posted Dec 8, 2020, 6:36 AM by Cory Romdenne   [ updated Jan 4, 2021, 6:47 AM ]

Facility to provide students interested in agricultural careers with hands-on classroom experiences

barn exteriorLUXEMBURG, Wis. –The Luxemburg-Casco School District is putting final touches on its brand-new Agriscience Center. The new building, expected to be available for use during the second semester of the 2020-21 academic year, will augment the Agriscience Department’s ability to prepare students for the various agriculture career pathways.

“Luxemburg-Casco sits in the midst of a vibrant area for agricultural and dairy production. Our goal is to help create the next generation of agricultural and dairy producers and workforce through classroom instruction and community partnerships,” says Superintendent Glenn Schlender. “The best way to achieve career readiness for our students is to provide them with hands-on, authentic experiences.”

A variety of subject-related classes of the high school will utilize the new Luxemburg-Casco Agriscience Center, according to Justine Selk, the district’s Agricultural Educator. These courses include Small Animal Science, Large Animal Science, Agribusiness, Exploratory Agriscience, and Landscaping.

Within the new facility are two separate areas: a 30-by-50-foot greenhouse and a barn, measuring 40 feet by 70 feet. The interior walls and ceiling of the barn are constructed with Trusscore, a waterproof and hygienic material that is easy to clean.

The barn contains three box stalls, which will house non-companion animals during the school day. Students will have hands-on learning opportunities with the live animals, which include horses, cattle and goats.

Chickens will be kept on site year-round in a designated chicken coop area, which is sealed off to prevent dust from traveling to the nearby barn area.


The new Agriscience Center has an arena area, with bleachers to seat students, allowing for animals to be brought out and teaching demonstrations given to larger groups. It also contains a loft area for storage purposes, two restrooms and a headhouse.

A headhouse is the service area attached to a greenhouse, typically housing the central temperature-control equipment and providing work space. The L-C headhouse will be utilized for aquaponics and hydroponics tables, along with as a place to start seedlings.

The greenhouse will be used to grow vegetables and for the district’s annual flower production. Floral sales to the public are expected to eventually become a student-run business.

Another goal is to someday team up with the district’s food service department to offer the students the option of produce grown at the Agriscience Center as part of their lunch service.

Outside of the Agriscience Center will be extensive greenery. Future plans include the incorporation of fruit trees, raised beds and multiple landscapes for instructional purposes.

greenhouse interior
greenhouse exterior“This building is going to be a great asset to the students of Luxemburg-Casco,” says Selk. “It will give them college- and career-ready skills that they can take with them anywhere they go. It also will provide them a better understanding of how food gets from field to fork and all of the processes in between.”

Future Farmers of America will utilize the new L-C ag facility for its SAE Project (Supervised Agricultural Experience), according to Selk, enhancing the district’s relationship with FFA. SAE are hands-on, feet-wet projects that allow students in FFA to learn by doing.

The Luxemburg-Casco Agriscience Center has been constructed at a cost of approximately $660,000. M.R. Neubert Construction of Green Bay served as the general contractor of the project, which began in early summer of this year.


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The Luxemburg-Casco School District serves nearly 2,000 Northeast Wisconsin students annually through four schools located on a single campus in Luxemburg: the Primary School (4K-2), Intermediate School (3-6), Middle School (7-8) and High School (9-12). The district maintains a strong tradition of academic and extracurricular excellence while preparing students to thrive in a global community. U.S. News & World Report in 2020 ranked L-C High School as a top 5 high school within the Green Bay metro area. Located between Green Bay, Door County and Lake Michigan, the educational community has been in existence since the early 1900s, with Luxemburg and Casco operating as separate districts until they merged in 1968. More information may be found at http://www.luxcasco.k12.wi.us/home. “We Are Spartans”



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New Staff Member — Ms. Cindy Lemmens

posted Dec 4, 2020, 8:48 AM by Cory Romdenne   [ updated Dec 4, 2020, 11:21 AM ]

Cindy LemmensHello, my name is Cindy Lemmens. I am replacing Fran Charles and I am the new L-C School District Administrative Assistant. Along with that, I will also be in charge of District Transportation Services and Human Resources as it relates to payroll.

I grew up in Francis Creek, WI. I attended Manitowoc Lincoln High School, Lakeshore Technical College and NWTC. Currently, I live in rural Luxemburg, (Casco Junction).

I am married to my husband, Brian, and have a daughter, Kayla. We also have 3 pets: Cavalier (Kind Charles Spaniel Puppy), Elvin (cat), and Smore (guinea pig).

I am an avid hunter and love being in the outdoors. In my spare time, I enjoy snowmobiling, skiing, hiking, and fishing. The biggest buck I ever harvested was a 10 pointer I got in Canada. I also enjoy travelling, especially out west.


Welcome to our Spartan Family, Cindy!  We’re proud to have you join us!

Holiday Window Painting 2020

posted Dec 2, 2020, 9:24 AM by Cory Romdenne   [ updated Dec 7, 2020, 5:49 AM ]

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Holiday Window Painting began as a project through which Leo's Club hoped to spread holiday cheer through Luxemburg and Casco. As more businesses sought to be included in this project, Leo's Club and Art Club teamed up to ensure every business hoping to participate is included. The project has more than doubled in size since beginning in 2011. Currently, more than 25 locations participate in Holiday Window Painting. Advisors Rebecca Woodbury and Scott Winkler and their students hope you'll enjoy the efforts of this project and feel the holiday cheer they hope it brings to our community.




L-C School Board Regular Meeting Information (11.18.2020)

posted Nov 17, 2020, 12:29 PM by Cory Romdenne   [ updated Nov 17, 2020, 12:33 PM ]

The L-C School Board Regular Meeting at 7:00PM on Wednesday, November 18, 2020 will be conducted in person and via Zoom Video Conferencing. School board members along with administrative staff and a member of the IT staff will be present in person for the board meeting (in Casco).

Members of the public who wish to participate or view in person are encouraged to attend. In accordance with Kewaunee County Public Health Department guidelines and the State of Wisconsin Face Covering Requirement, social distancing and face covering usage will be in effect.

Other staff and members of the public may view remotely using Zoom — they will have the ability to view the meeting on their computers or call in with a phone to listen to the audio.


Topic: L-C School Board Regular Meeting 11.18.2020
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La reunión regular de la Junta Escolar de L-C a las 7:00 p. M. El miércoles 18 de noviembre de 2020 se llevará a cabo en persona y a través de videoconferencias de Zoom. Los miembros de la junta escolar junto con el personal administrativo y un miembro del personal de TI estarán presentes en persona para la reunión de la junta.

Se anima a que asistan los miembros del público que deseen participar o ver en persona. De acuerdo con las pautas del Departamento de Salud Pública del condado de Kewaunee y el requisito de cobertura facial del estado de Wisconsin, el uso de la cobertura facial y el distanciamiento social estarán en vigor.

Otros miembros del personal y del público pueden ver de forma remota usando Zoom; tendrán la capacidad de ver la reunión en sus computadoras o llamar con un teléfono para escuchar el audio.


Tema: Reunión ordinaria de la junta escolar de L-C 18/11/2020
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Luxemburg-Casco partners with NWTC, industry to launch Ahnapee Automotive

posted Nov 10, 2020, 6:47 AM by Cory Romdenne   [ updated Nov 20, 2020, 7:42 AM ]

New program allows students dual-credit opportunity, ability to earn AMT technical diploma
L-C NWTC Automotive Program shop
LUXEMBURG, Wis. – The Luxemburg-Casco School District has launched a new educational initiative – the Ahnapee Automotive program, located within the high school – during the first semester of the 2020-21 school year. Students are provided with the opportunity to earn college credits while also receiving credit towards high school graduation through this partnership with Northeast Wisconsin Technical College (NWTC).

Through successful completion of NWTC’s Automotive Maintenance Technician (AMT) curriculum, students attain a one-year technical diploma. Following graduation from high school, they may choose to ladder into an associate degree in Automotive Technology or a two-year technical diploma as an Automotive Technician.

Twenty students are participating in the initial year of the program, which is a consortium of area schools: 17 from Luxemburg-Casco High School, three from Kewaunee High School. Of the 17 L-C students, eight are seniors and nine are in their junior year. Two female students from Luxemburg-Casco are taking part in the AMT program.



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“One of the themes that we have heard loudly and clearly from our community, our business leaders in the transportation industry and from NWTC is that there is a huge need to produce highly trained automotive technicians, and that those technicians can earn lucrative salaries in a very broad market,” says Luxemburg-Casco District Superintendent Glenn Schlender. “Because of that messaging, we have created the Ahnapee Automotive program.

“The district believes in the importance of providing L-C students with a wide range of educational choices. This program is designed for those students with a mechanical aptitude, who enjoy diagnosing and solving automotive challenges.”

To receive the one-year AMT technical diploma, students must complete 26 credits in courses such as Transportation Service Operations, Auto Service Operations, Brake Systems, Steering & Suspension Systems, Intro to Electrical Systems, Engine Repair, Engine Performance, Advanced Chassis Systems and Transportation Welding.

While some time is spent in the classroom, the majority of each course is conducted in the automotive shop.

NWTC Automotive programs are ASE Certified to NATEF (National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation) Standards for Maintenance and Light Repair. The college’s instructional staff are Master, ASE Certified Technicians.


Automotive shopAt NWTC, the program is overseen by Gene Francisco, associate dean of construction and transportation. Brent Westlund, formerly a local automotive technician for 20 years, is the college’s on-site instructor. He is assisted by Rod Mleziva, an aide at the high school.

“Ahnapee Automotive is a great example of what partnerships between business, K-12 institutions and higher education can do. This really is a unique opportunity for students,” says Francisco. “NWTC is proud to be part of this partnership. We look forward to the juniors starting in the program this year walk down the stage at our graduation next year.”

The district’s 23-month referendum projects included significant renovations to Luxemburg-Casco High School. Dedicated on Oct. 29, the expanded and upgraded Automotive Shop on the northeast corner of the high school building has four fully equipped automotive bays with new lifts; a tire machine and balancer; equipment to perform brake maintenance; a set of tools for each station; and a new automotive lab with exhaust system.

The new program is made possible by meaningful partnerships with the local automotive industry. Area companies who are supporting the automotive curriculum through investment and opportunities for hands-on student work are Dorsch Ford, Broadway Automotive, Gandrud Automotive Group, NAPA/Clover Auto Parts, NAPA/Ball Auto and Truck Parts, Phase III Service Center, Pilsen Auto Service, Auto Aces, New Franken Sales and Service, and McClure’s Service.

A total of $100,000 has been donated to the program to help purchase the needed tools and equipment.

“We couldn’t have done this without the help of the many great partners who stepped forward,” says Mike Snowberry, the district’s director of learning services who is spearheading the program. “One of the things that I tell people is, if you invest in us we’re going to invest back in you. One of my passions is that I’m going to try to find you the best people I can in our school system that love turning wrenches. What gets me excited every day is helping students to find their purpose.”

Ten L-C students already are receiving on-the-job training through employment at area dealerships through the Ahnapee Regional Youth Apprenticeship program: two at Dorsch Ford, three at Broadway Automotive and five at Gandrud Automotive Group.

L-C students who participate in Ahnapee Automotive, one of roughly 20 such programs in the state, have the opportunity to become certified by the ASE Education Foundation (formerly the National Automotive Technician Education Foundation) for Maintenance and Light Repair Program Standards. Holders of the certification can choose to work immediately in the automotive industry, pursue additional education, or do both.

Automotive Maintenance Technicians diagnose vehicle malfunctions, perform basic appropriate repairs, and recommend/conduct regular vehicle maintenance. Other related careers include Automotive Electronics Specialist, Brake Specialist, Engine Repair Specialist, and Steering, Suspension and Alignment Specialist.

There were 756,600 automotive-technician jobs nationwide in 2019, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. The website carcareers.org projects that from 2016-26 the industry will require an average of 75,900 new automotive technicians each year to replace those that retire or leave the profession.

Estimates say that the number of technicians entering the workforce is only half of that number. Those who understand and have training in the latest technology used in automobiles – new steering systems, internal GPS and computerized transmission systems – are in high demand.

A one-year diesel program is being considered in the future, according to Schlender. It likely would be located at the district’s former middle-school building in Casco.


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The Luxemburg-Casco School District serves nearly 2,000 Northeast Wisconsin students annually through four schools located on a single campus in Luxemburg: the Primary School (4K-2), Intermediate School (3-6), Middle School (7-8) and High School (9-12). The district maintains a strong tradition of academic and extracurricular excellence while preparing students to thrive in a global community. U.S. News & World Report in 2020 ranked L-C High School as a top 5 high school within the Green Bay metro area. Located between Green Bay, Door County and Lake Michigan, the educational community has been in existence since the early 1900s, with Luxemburg and Casco operating as separate districts until they merged in 1968. More information may be found at http://www.luxcasco.k12.wi.us/home. “We Are Spartans”

Three dedication ceremonies to be held at Luxemburg-Casco Schools on Thursday

posted Oct 29, 2020, 6:01 AM by Cory Romdenne   [ updated Nov 3, 2020, 10:12 AM ]

New Middle School, High School renovations, upgraded Auto/Metals Shops to be featured
LUXEMBURG, Wis. – The Luxemburg-Casco School District will hold three dedication ceremonies on Thursday, October 29. Held consecutively beginning at 4 p.m., the events will celebrate the district’s completion of $27.8 million in referendum projects. Ceremonies will be conducted to dedicate the brand-new Middle School, renovations to the High School and the opening of the upgraded Automotive and Metals Fabrication shops.

In-person attendees will be limited to invited guests due to COVID-19, and those on hand will be required to take the appropriate precautions, including masking and social distancing.

The public is invited to view the ceremonies online at http://bit.ly/L-CDedicationCeremony. A video also will be produced to show the community key interest areas they would have seen had in-person tours not been negated by the pandemic.

The new Luxemburg-Casco Middle School, along with renovations to the adjoining Luxemburg-Casco High School, will be dedicated at 4 p.m. in the main hallway of the schools’ combined entrance. Attendees will include district administrators, Board of Education members, High School class presidents and some primary participants in the 16-month project: Nexus Solutions, SMA Construction Services and Somerville Architects.

At 4:30 p.m., the expanded and updated Automotive Shop will be dedicated. District teachers, students and personnel will be joined by Gene Francisco of Northeast Wisconsin Technical College, along with representatives from area companies who are supporting the automotive program through investment and opportunities for hands-on student work: Dorsch Ford, Broadway Automotive, NAPA/Clover Auto Parts, NAPA/Ball Auto and Truck Parts, Phase III Service Center, Pilsen Auto Service, Auto Aces, New Franken Sales and Service, and McClure’s Service.

Immediately following, a ceremony will be held in the upgraded L-C Metal Fabrication Shops to commemorate their opening for student use. Area businesses supporting this program are D&S Machine Service, 5 Point Fabrication, Olson Fabrication Inc., and LaserForm LLC.


Schedule of dedication ceremonies on October 29 at Luxemburg-Casco School District
4:00 p.m. – New Middle School completion + High School renovations
4:30 p.m. – Expanded Automotive Shop
4:45 p.m. – Upgraded Metal Fabrication Shops

The Luxemburg-Casco School District undertook a long-range facilities plan in the spring of 2015. Following engagement with the local community, two referendum questions were put before voters in April 2018; both passed, launching a series of construction projects.

Among these was a brand-new Middle School, moving from an aging building in nearby Casco to give the district a single campus for its educational facilities; significant additions and renovations to the High School Building; and upgrades to the Primary School.

The new Luxemburg-Casco Middle School, which opened for the 2020-21 academic year, has more than 20 classrooms to serve seventh- and eighth-grade students. It also has dedicated space for technical education, family and consumer science, and art education.

Renovations to the High School building, constructed in 1968, include a modernized library/media center, an upgraded kitchen to handle both middle- and high-school students, an updated student lunchroom, a relocated main office, a weight room for student-athletes which could double as a community fitness center after hours, and the upgraded Auto Shop and technical-education areas.

Added to the High School were a new, three-station Gymnasium with team locker rooms and upgraded concessions, a new Wrestling Room and the first-ever School Store. Those facilities were dedicated and opened on Jan. 26, 2020.

Upgrades also were made at the district’s other buildings, including a new secure entrance and additional classrooms at the Primary School.


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The Luxemburg-Casco School District serves nearly 2,000 Northeast Wisconsin students annually through four schools located on a single campus in Luxemburg: the Primary School (4K-2), Intermediate School (3-6), Middle School (7-8) and High School (9-12). The district maintains a strong tradition of academic and extracurricular excellence while preparing students to thrive in a global community. U.S. News & World Report in 2020 ranked L-C High School as a top 5 high school within the Green Bay metro area. Located between Green Bay, Door County and Lake Michigan, the educational community has been in existence since the early 1900s, with Luxemburg and Casco operating as separate districts until they merged in 1968. More information may be found at http://www.luxcasco.k12.wi.us/home. “We Are Spartans”

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2020 Flu Shot Clinic (Middle School & High School)

posted Oct 22, 2020, 7:27 AM by Cory Romdenne

Influenza is a highly contagious respiratory virus that affects our communities each year. Flu season runs from October through May. This virus can live on hard surfaces and can be spread easily through coughing and sneezing. Symptoms of influenza include fever, cough, sore throat, runny nose, body aches, and tiredness. In certain circumstances influenza can become life threatening.

To protect the children within our community, the Kewaunee County Health Department will hold an influenza immunization clinic at your child’s school on: Thursday, October 29, 2020. Injectable vaccine will be available free of charge while supplies last. Please note that Flumist (the nasal vaccine) will not be available through the health department this year.




La influenza es un virus respiratorio altamente contagioso que afecta a nuestras comunidades cada año. La temporada de gripe va de Octubre a Mayo. Este virus puede vivir en superficies duras y puede propagarse fácilmente al toser y estornudar. Los síntomas de la gripe incluyen fiebre, tos, dolor de garganta, secreción nasal, dolor de cuerpo y cansancio. En ciertas circunstancias, la gripe puede poner en peligro la vida.

Para proteger a los niños dentro de nuestra comunidad, el Departamento de Salud del Condado de Kewaunee llevará a cabo una clínica de vacunación contra la influenza en la escuela de su hijo el Jueves, 29 de Octubre de 2020. La vacuna inyectable estará disponible de forma gratuita hasta agotar existencias. Tenga en cuenta que Flumist (la vacuna nasal) no estará disponible a través del departamento de salud este año.

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