Students

At Luxemburg-Casco we believe all students learn best with skilled teachers, exceptional resources, a positive culture of high expectations, respect and compassion. L-C students are our focus, our purpose and our BEST ambassadors of responsible citizenship.  Below you will find useful information for all students in our district.



STUDENT HANDBOOKS
At Luxemburg-Casco, our students are our best ambassadors of responsible citizenship.  L-C School District maintains high expectations of its students, and here you will find documentation on rules, policies and procedures for all students at L-C.

SUPPLY LISTS
Luxemburg-Casco School District strives to provide each student with the resources necessary to succeed.  The resources that the district does not provide for certain courses, and therefore that students or families must provide, are outlined in the lists below.


TECHNOLOGY USAGE
Technology has become an integral component in our students' educational journey, and these are exciting times for technological advancements worldwide and in the world of education.  As a school district we strive to provide our students with the resources they require to become tech-savvy lifelong learners.  However, usage of the resources we provide is accompanied with responsibility on the part of our students.  Here are documents outlining the expectations we have of our students with regards to using technology at Luxemburg-Casco.

5136 - Personal Communication Devices
7540 - Computer Technology Network, and Internet Acceptable Use and Safety
7540.01 - Technology Privacy
7540.02 - District Web Page
7540.03 - Student Education Technology Acceptable Use and Safety
7540.04 - Staff Education Technology Acceptable Use and Safety

STAR assessments are computer-adaptive tests (CATs). Computer-adaptive tests continually adjust the difficulty of each
student’s test by choosing each test question based on the student’s previous response. STAR assessments are often used to screen students for their reading and math achievement levels. The can also be used to monitor a student’s growth throughout the year, to estimate their understanding of state standards, and predict their performance on the state test. In addition, STAR can help teachers determine appropriate instructional levels and skills that their students are ready to learn.

DESTINATION IMAGINATION
Do you thrive on challenging activities? Do you enjoy really baffling games and puzzles? Learning new skills? Writing or performing? Building mechanical and technical things? Working in a group? Generating lots of ideas? Destination Imagination can give you the opportunity to hone these skills while providing a rewarding outlet for your creativity! Join DI this year at your school!

What is Destination Imagination (DI)? DI is an international educational program that uses STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, & Mathematics) to develop 21st-century skills. This creative outlet teaches leadership, problem solving and teamwork while solving one of six open-ended challenges. The solutions to these challenges are presented at a regional tournament in early spring.

Check out the Family Letter and FAQ below for more information on Destination Imagination!