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Luverne High School marching band members practice on the newly surfaced parking on the north side of school Monday morning.
It’s beginning to sound like fall in neighborhoods in northwest Luverne. Members of the Luverne High School marching band began two weeks of band camp July 31. Each day from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. 85 high school students work together preparing for the fall marching band season. Most of that time is...
Two questions will be asked to Luverne School District voters in a special election slated for early November. The first question requests voters to approve spending $16 million for educational enhancements to the elementary and middle/high school buildings. The second question asks for approval to...
Proposals for Luverne school facility repairs and expansion will be shared with the community at public meetings later this summer. Until then, School Board members and staff will consider the financial impact of these facility plans — and their possible $23 million price tag — on district...
Luverne School Board members received a dollar amount Thursday night, May 11, of $22.8 million for improving and expanding the current elementary and middle/high school buildings. The district has been working with long-range facility planners Foster, Jacobs & Johnson of Sioux Falls. FJJ’s Mike...
Three Luverne High School seniors Chris Jelken (left), Layne Curtis and Conner Peterson (not pictured) balanced desk chairs on their back legs Thursday, Feb. 2, during a break from their personal finance class. “Instead of balancing checkbooks, we balanced chairs,” Curtis said. “It all started with one chair.”
One chair soon expanded into more than a half dozen chairs whose balance appeared to defy gravity. While most were balanced in the classroom, one chair was placed in the middle of the senior high hallway, displayed as what the students called “public art.”   Luverne Schools have already extended...
Luverne Elementary School third-grader Emma Saarloos eats an apple Friday, Jan. 13, from the Dayton Avenue Orchard south of Adrian. Careful preparation allows the local apples to be stored for use in school cafeterias.
Students at Luverne Public Schools have a local source of apples, fulfilling the old adage, “An apple a day keeps the doctor away.” High in fiber and Vitamin C and low in calories and sodium, fresh apples are a healthy alternative to processed foods, and the homegrown produce is better for the...
  To start off, I must say that I am impressed by the quality of our school’s meals. Last week I had lunch with my boys at the school. Fresh fruit, veggies and milk were gleefully ingested by children all around me. Great job, Luverne school! Go Cards! One thing that struck me was how the children...
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