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Counseling Department Summer Hours

posted Jun 19, 2018, 10:17 AM by Cory Romdenne   [ updated Jun 19, 2018, 10:24 AM ]

Counseling Department staff have reduced hours during the summer, but are available at certain days/times to answer questions. Please email the counselors to book an appointment ahead of time ( or Below are the hours available.

Monday (6/11), 7:30AM–3:30PM — Ms. Romatowski & Mr. Geissler
Tuesday (6/12), 7:30AM–3:30PM — Ms. Romatowski
Monday (6/18), 7:30AM–3:30PM — Mr. Geissler
Thursday (6/21), 7:30AM–3:30PM — Ms. Romatowski
Monday (6/25), 7:30AM–3:30PM — Ms. Romatowski
Tuesday (6/26), 7:30AM–3:30PM — Ms. Romatowski

Monday (7/2), 7:30AM–3:30PM — Ms. Romatowski
Monday (7/9), 12:30PM–3:30PM — Mr. Geissler
Tuesday (7/10), 12:30PM–3:30PM — Mr. Geissler
Wednesday (7/11), 12:30PM–3:30PM — Mr. Geissler
Monday (7/16), 7:30AM–3:30PM — Mr. Geissler
Wednesday (7/18), 7:30AM–3:30PM — Ms. Romatowski
Thursday (7/19), 7:30AM–3:30PM — Ms. Romatowski
Monday (7/23), 7:30AM–3:30PM — Ms. Romatowski
Tuesday (7/24), 7:30AM–3:30PM — Ms. Romatowski

Monday (8/6), 7:30AM–3:30PM — Ms. Romatowski & Mr. Geissler
Tuesday (8/7), 7:30AM–3:30PM — Ms. Romatowski & Mr. Geissler
Wednesday (8/8), 7:30AM–3:30PM — Mr. Geissler
Thursday (8/9), 7:30AM–3:30PM — Mr. Geissler
Friday (8/10), 7:30AM–3:30PM — Ms. Romatowski
Wednesday (8/15), 7:30AM–3:30PM — Ms. Romatowski
Monday (8/20), 7:30AM–3:30PM — Ms. Romatowski

Youth Government Day

posted May 4, 2018, 9:29 AM by Cory Romdenne

Youth Government Day 2018 L-C participants
On May 3, a pre-selected group of 21 high school students from Algoma, Kewaunee, and Luxemburg-Casco School Districts participated in the Kewaunee County Youth Government Day. Representing Luxemburg-Casco were Lexi Dachelet, Courtney Boehm, Abigail Hanmann, Danae Srnka, Trey Alsteen, Jacob Zellner, and Olivia Theys.

This program is designed to teach students about the nine elected positions in Kewaunee County and help students understand the inner responsibilities of local government. Many of the nine elected officials provided insight on their roles within local government. Each student attending was elected to represent one of the nine elected officials.

Throughout the day, students participated in the following scheduled activities: students taking an oath of office, touring the Kewaunee County Administration Center, Kewaunee County Sheriff's Department, Kewaunee County Jail Museum, and Kewaunee County Courthouse, before participating in a mock trial.

Forensics Students Excel at State Competition

posted Apr 23, 2018, 10:53 AM by Cory Romdenne

The Forensics team has been practicing and competing since early February for the chance to compete at state competition. The students compete in a variety of categories ranging from speeches to group readings to individual interpretations of prose and poetry to solo acting. The forensics season came to close on April 20th at UW-Madison with state competition. On a warm and sunny Friday afternoon, the forensics team had fantastic performances! Earning a bronze medal was Gabby Frankow. Coming home with silver medals were Mason Campbell, Brynn Holzwarth, Hannah Maedke, Savannah Kasbaum, Morgan Koss, Olivia Tremel, Shannon Bukouricz, Kate Haga, Sierra Paul, the group of Cassie Naze and Grace Rollin, and the group of Katherine Brand, Julia Ihlenfeldt, Emily Maccoux, Lauren Maccoux, and Maria Pennings. Earning perfect scores of 25 for the gold medal were Kalista Arendt, Megan Jodar, Anna Morozov, Zoe Zimmer, the group of Aurora Delebreau and Maddi Mleziva, and the group of Baylee Nelis, Lauren Shefchik, and Sam Weinfurter. A special congratulations go to Baylee Nelis who earned a special gold medal for earning perfect scores of 25 for each of her four years in forensics. Less than a half percent of all forensics students earn this honor — Congratulations, Baylee!

Spring Parent/Player Football Meeting Rescheduled

posted Apr 13, 2018, 7:38 AM by Scott Waldow

Due to the weather forecast this weekend our Spring Parent/Player Football Meeting will be postponed until Sunday, April 22nd at 6 PM. Sorry for any inconvenience this may have caused. See you next Sunday.

Spartan Football - Influence Camp May 19

posted Apr 5, 2018, 11:57 AM by Cory Romdenne   [ updated Apr 10, 2018, 1:13 PM by Scott Waldow ]

Spartan Football team huddleOur Influence Football Camp is focused on getting children of all ability levels involved together. This football camp is for students with all types of disabilities. We are looking forward to spending the afternoon with you! Please email or send a message to our Facebook page( questions.

Saturday, May 19
12:00–1:30PM (rain or shine)
Luxemburg-Casco Sports Complex (113 N Main St)

  • Football camp for students with disabilities, age 5–21 years old
  • Gives students the opportunity of being active and learning the game of football
  • T-shirts, snacks, drinks and prizes are provided

Wake Up Call — Drug & Alcohol Education

posted Mar 22, 2018, 8:20 AM by Cory Romdenne   [ updated Apr 20, 2018, 10:17 AM ]

For parents and community members over the age of 21 there will be an evening presentation of Wake Up Call held at Kewaunee High School on April 30 from 6:00–7:30PM. This is a life-size exhibit of a teen’s bedroom with more than 20 “red flags” that can signal drug or alcohol use. The bedroom identifies spots where teens may hide drugs, household items that can be used as drug paraphernalia and ways teens try to cover up drug and alcohol use. The goal of this presentation is to educate parents and other adults who are influential in the lives of youth so they know what seemingly innocent items can actually be an indication of substance abuse.

The event is sponsored by the three Kewaunee County High Schools, the Kewaunee County Sheriff’s Department and Families and Communities Encouraging Success (FACES). You can register for the free event at

2018–2019 Course Scheduling

posted Mar 12, 2018, 7:23 AM by Cory Romdenne

Junior Conferences 2018

posted Feb 26, 2018, 9:32 AM by Cory Romdenne   [ updated Feb 26, 2018, 9:33 AM ]

From the Counseling Department:

Dear Parent / Guardian,

We are beginning our annual Junior Conferences for 11th grade students and their parents. This is an opportunity to come and meet with your child’s counselor and for your child to discuss senior year, progress towards graduation, and post graduation plans as well as any other concerns you may have.

In order to make scheduling a conference as convenient as possible, we are using an online scheduling program called YouCanBookMe. In order to schedule your conference, you will click on the link provided for your child's counselor and follow the instructions on the screen.  There are limited times and dates available so please sign up as soon as possible.  This conference is very important to your student and their continued success here at LC so we hope you will consider attending. 

We look forward to seeing you and your student to discuss their senior year and beyond!

Best Regards,
Mr. Geissler & Ms. Romatowski

Best Buddies Program

posted Feb 21, 2018, 6:28 AM by Cory Romdenne   [ updated Feb 21, 2018, 6:33 AM ]

The L-C High School Special Education department will hold an informational meeting on the new "Best Buddies" program on Thursday, February 22nd in the High School Auditorium from 6:00–7:00PM.

Come to ask questions and find out more about the program. Students in grades 8–11 can be part of the program next school year. The organization promotes inclusion of all students by creating matches between students with intellectual disabilities and a peer. There will also be a buddy pair from St. Norbert's coming to share their story.

More information can also be found at the national Best Buddies website:

Dance Team Places 5th at State Competition

posted Feb 6, 2018, 8:08 AM by Cory Romdenne

Dance Team routine
Dance Team with trophyThe L-C Varsity Dance Team, coached by Autumn Lensmire, had a groundbreaking performance at the WACPC State Competition last Saturday. The team competed in Division 3 Pom (which is for teams with 550–950 students in their high school) and Division 2 Kick (which is for teams with 950 or below students in their high school). The team earned 5th place in state competition in Pom, which is the best showing in L-C dance team history!

The team would like to thank the community for their continued support. They are thankful to be able to share their passion for dance in a variety of events throughout the district.

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