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Increased coronavirus activity is prompting Luverne School officials to implement a district-wide mask mandate, effective immediately. Superintendent Craig Oftedahl corresponded with parents and guardians electronically Monday indicating that everyone inside the school building must wear a facial...
Cory Schmuck
Cory Schmuck of Luverne will become the new director of buildings and grounds at Luverne Public Schools later this month. Luverne School Board members approved his hire at their March 25 regular monthly meeting. Schmuck graduated from LHS in 1992 and attended South Dakota State University in...
Rock County has had 75 confirmed coronavirus cases (as of Tuesday) since health experts began tracking in March. It’s a modest number, considering neighboring counties are in the hundreds, but recent spikes are the more important trend to watch, given that schools decide in-person learning based on...
Luverne Public School District is among the 75 beneficiaries of an Enel Green Power $1.3 million donation. The district will receive $5,000, with an additional $5,000 to Pipestone Area Public Schools. Enel North America operates Prairie Rose Wind Farm in northern Rock County. “The company’s...
Luverne High School band instructor James Jarvie (far left) greets students in the new band room Monday. The band room is located in the former school auditorium and adjoins the new choir room, which students used for the first time on Tuesday.
Monday was a memorable first day of school for staff and students at Luverne Middle-High School. Some were challenged to find the correct classroom. Others were happy to have one. The school building is currently undergoing a $23 million renovation and won’t be finished until 2021. For the next...
This is somewhat an unusual title to an article in September, but each year at school, we get to experience a new beginning in September.  Our tremendous staff members are busy prepping for the return of students and anxiously await the arrival of friendly faces, smiling students, giddy parents and...
The Luverne School Board approved the last of its teacher openings at its Thursday night, Aug. 22, regular meeting. Classes for the district start Monday, Sept. 16, to accommodate the current building construction. Among the employees approved were one teacher and four long-term substitute...
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