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21-22 Course Scheduling Information

posted Jan 27, 2021, 7:01 AM by Cory Romdenne   [ updated Feb 1, 2021, 6:15 AM ]

Before making your course selections, refer to the course offerings in the 2021-2022 Course Guide. You should use this to plan your academics. School counselors are available to discuss options and planning for the future. Make sure you pay attention to the availability for your grade and the required prerequisites needed.

Course registrations are final. Once students make their requests, changes are not made. Therefore, students should not enroll in a course with the idea that if they do not like it, they will drop it.

When a student creates their request list, they are committed to complete that obligation. No dropping or adding of classes will be allowed except for the following reasons:
  • A school error was made on the schedule
  • A student fails a prerequisite course and is not eligible for a class
  • Graduation is in jeopardy
  • Teacher recommendation and administrative approval

Concert Band Covid Christmas Recordings

posted Dec 14, 2020, 8:59 AM by Cory Romdenne   [ updated Dec 14, 2020, 9:03 AM ]

Christmas tee
In lieu of our annual Winter Concert that was scheduled for today (12.14.2020), the Concert Band was able to record a few Christmas songs while socially distanced in the High School Gym last Thursday, December 10.

We hope these recordings will provide you with much needed Christmas Spirit this time of year. Click below for each song.

Have a great Christmas and New Year!!!!

— Mr. Piper and the 2020 Concert Band

Homecoming Court 2020

posted Oct 23, 2020, 8:16 AM by Cory Romdenne

Your 2020 Homecoming Court will be announced during a small ceremony that will take place at 2:45 on Friday, October 22. King and Queen will be crowned at this time. They will also be announced during halftime of the football game. Join us during the live stream!

Homecoming Court Members
Lydia Haen, Luke Shefchik and Alex Wech

Homecoming Court Members
Karlee Tyler Naze and Coy Gmeinder

Homecoming Court Members
Freshmen Representatives
Jillian Jorgensen
Ezra Waege
Homecoming Court Members
Tanner Alsteen and Allie Naze

Homecoming Court Members
Sydney Shefchik and Jonas Otradovec
Homecoming Court Members
Brianna Paye and Kyle Martin

Homecoming Court Members
Junior Representatives
Emma Johnson and Owen Deprez

Homecoming Court Members
Sophomore Representatives
Lauren Baeten and Caleb Blohowiak

Staff Auto Maintenance

posted Oct 22, 2020, 8:59 AM by Cory Romdenne

We are looking for work for the students in the Auto Program! If any L-C staff has or needs auto work done to their vehicle, or family's vehicle, please contact Brent Westlund in the Auto Lab. Feel free to email as well, There will be no charge for labor, the only thing we ask is that you pay for your parts that you order or bring in.

Again, any questions please reach out, and thanks for your support to this program!

Youth Apprenticeship November 2020 Update

posted Oct 20, 2020, 10:48 AM by Cory Romdenne   [ updated Oct 20, 2020, 10:50 AM ]

Amidst the uncertainty of our COVID-dominated society, Luxemburg-Casco High School continues to focus on the development of our students and ensuring each and every one of them is college, career, and/or community ready.

Check out the fantastic events and activities that are upcoming for our students and families. Additional communication will occur on each of the following items, so watch for more updates. Any questions, please contact Jen Johnson at or 920-309-0387.

Virtual Job Spotlights
During the month of November, we will be highlighting the vast array of opportunities available in health care and exploring the career cluster of Health Sciences. Students and parents will be invited to register to attend live virtual job shadows (these sessions will also be recorded for future use) featuring several businesses and careers in our area along the spectrum of health care. These spotlight sessions will be interactive and allow participants to see real professionals in actual jobs and provide an in-depth look at workforce realities, showcasing what people do in their occupations and the education and skills needed. We encourage you to participate to learn about different career options available to you.


Career Exploration Series Workshop
This workshop, provided by the Ahnapee Youth Apprenticeship Consortium, consists of 4 virtual meetings. Each session builds from work completed in the previous sessions. Registering for this workshop enrolls you in the November 30, December 7, December 14, AND December 21 dates. These sessions will be conducted during Spartan Time. Each session will be recorded in the event you have another commitment on one of those above dates but still want to participate.


Youth Apprenticeship
Our second year of the Ahnapee Youth Apprenticeship Consortium has had tremendous success. With seven high schools now under our umbrella, our ability to prepare students with the appropriate employability skills necessary to be college, career, and community ready has had a tremendous impact on our community. By partnering with employers and creating valuable work-based learning experiences, we are shaping the future of our workforce and developing a pipeline of young talent for all types of career opportunities. Students are eligible to participate in this program as juniors and/or seniors and earn high school and even college credit for their work-based learning placements. Informational parent and student meetings will be held in January for interested students. More information will be communicated in the upcoming weeks. Watch for details. With over 100 of our Luxemburg Casco students participating in this program, we hope to continue the rise in numbers and momentum of this valuable program for years to come.


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Summer/Fall 2020 Athletics Information

posted Jul 7, 2020, 9:18 AM by Cory Romdenne   [ updated Aug 28, 2020, 3:14 PM ]

Please see the below information regarding summer contact for Athletics and information for any student who is planning on participating in a fall sport. If you do not have a student who will be participating in sports, you can disregard this information.

Class Trip Updates

posted Apr 13, 2020, 12:33 PM by Cory Romdenne   [ updated Apr 14, 2020, 6:28 AM ]

Students and parents who were signed up for these summer trips, please see the letters below from Mr. Haws and the Lead Chaperones (Mr. Menden and Mr. Hippert).

Washington, D.C. 2020 Freshman Trip Update

Library Information During Shutdown

posted Mar 16, 2020, 12:06 PM by Cory Romdenne

Library books checked out can be returned when school is back in session without being fined. Fines will not increase while the school is closed. Any questions, contact Ron Larson at

School Store February 2020

posted Jan 29, 2020, 11:19 AM by Cory Romdenne   [ updated Jan 29, 2020, 11:23 AM ]

L-C School Store employees at opening
The L-C Spartan School Store is now open with the new gymnasium! The following are hours for February 2020.

Tuesday 2/4, 3:30–7:00PM
Monday, 2/10, 5:30–7:30PM
Thursday 2/20, 4:00–7:30PM (Parent-Teacher Conferences)
Saturday 2/22, 10AM – Noon

1st Annual Sources of Strength Lock In - HUGE SUCCESS!

posted Jan 27, 2020, 12:48 PM by Cory Romdenne

Sources of Strength, along with advisors and volunteers from the American Legion, hosted a Lock In on Friday January 24th from 10PM–7AM. This provided students an opportunity to engage in healthy and fun activities while also breaking down barriers and connecting with their peers. Over 65 students attended and participated in various sports competitions, movies, arts and crafts, karaoke, board games, and dance contests. As one advisor stated, "I felt a positive energy" and although folks got pretty tired, that positive feeling went strong until 7AM! Check out some of the pictures from Friday's event!

Sources of Strength lock-in event

Sources of Strength lock-in event

Sources of Strength lock-in event

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