Luverne High School

King candidates Nathan Overgaard (left) and Jackson Golla (right) congratulate Derek Lundgren whose box revealed a balloon congratulating Lundgren as the king for Snow Week.
Seniors Jadyn Anderson and Derek Lundgren were selected Monday as queen and king of the Luverne High School 2019 Snow Week. School counselor Amy Cook was mistress of ceremonies for the event that began in 2016. “One thing that makes Snow Week unique is that the royal court is selected by teachers...
Luverne High School will present the one-act play, “Golden Gone,” at 7 p.m. Friday, Jan. 25, in the high school theater. First-year director Joseph Stearns (back, far left) leads the cast and crew that includes (on floor from left) Xavier Carbonneau, Burke Johnson, Seno Chanthalangsy, (second row, sitting) Amelia Jarchow, Cameron Wessels, Josie Golla, Adriana Gonzalez, (back) director Stearns, Elise Jarchow, Melanie Rittenhouse, Nicole Hoogland, Nicole Aanenson and Meagan Hansen.
The Luverne High School production of the one-act play, “Golden Gone,” takes audience members on a journey between two states, inside a mental hospital and on a ride in a car. A free public performance is at 7 p.m. Friday, Jan. 25, in the school auditorium. Sophomore Josie Golla leads the nine-...
Luverne High School senior Katie Fick credits her involvement with a wheelchair basketball team in Sioux Falls in helping her develop strength and agility while teammates showed her it’s possible to live an independent and fulfilling life.
  When Luverne High School senior Katie Fick rolls across the stage to receive her high school diploma Sunday afternoon, June 3, the paper document represents an end to childhood and the beginning of adult independence.  Much of Fick’s determination was fostered five years ago when she joined a...
Film producer Delaney Ruston, a doctor, had struggled with her own children’s screen time, and produced the documentary to engage other parents and families in the discussion.
  Does your teenager spend too much time online? How much screen time is too much? How do parents know when or if to intervene? What are reasonable boundaries or limits? Forty-five people — some parents, some students — contemplated these questions last week in the Luverne High School gymnasium...
Luverne Middle/High School Principal Ryan Johnson shows off his “haircut” Friday afternoon to the 650 students and staff during a school assembly. Johnson pledged if students raised at least $2,500 for hurricane relief, he would have his head shaved. Students raised $4,049.
A scant $49 put a student-led fundraiser over the goal and placed three Luverne school administrators in the spotlight Friday afternoon. Luverne High School students Jadyn Anderson and Anika Gust challenged middle and high school students to raise $4,000 for americares.org, a non-profit disaster...
Fundraising totals as of Wednesday morning, Sept. 20.
Luverne Public Schools students are raising money to support americacares.org, a non-profit disaster relief organization helping hurricane victims in the South. Each homeroom has a jar to collect donations, as do the school offices. High school students Jadyn Anderson and Anika Gust are...
A missing turkey, a family of nine children and an ornery grandpa come together next week for Luverne High School’s annual fall play performance. Curtains open for “The Case of the Missing Gobbler” at 7:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday, Nov. 4 and 5, in the high school auditorium. Sharon Boltjes returns...
Luverne High School conducted its Homecoming coronation Tuesday, Oct. 4, in the Luverne Elementary School. Pictured (front, left) are exchange student escorts Hailey Franken and Taylor Kern, freshman representative Reka Meinerts, sophomore representative Greta Ahrendt, junior representative Anika...
"Be the Biscuit" was one of several inspirational saying Miller wrote in the hull of the rowboat in black magic marker.
Six years after graduating from Luverne High School, Caitlin Miller returned last week to inspire current middle and high school students. Principal Ryan Johnson introduced Miller at the morning session with students in grades 6 through 8 and the afternoon session to ninth- through 12th-grade...

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