program at Luxemburg-Casco High School is holding the Spartan Influence Camp
this Saturday, May 18, for students with disabilities, ages 5 to 21 years old.
The camp is designed to give participating students the opportunity to be
active while learning more about football.
Free of charge,
the event is from 12:00-1:30 p.m. at the Luxemburg Sports Complex, 113 North
Main Street in Luxemburg. Participants will receive a T-shirt and medal; water
and a snack also will be provided. Roughly 20 area youth are expected to take
program is based on servant leadership and service learning, and we believe
this is a great way to give back to our school and community,” says Dillon
Maney, head football coach at Luxemburg-Casco High School. “The game of
football has given many of our athletes great opportunities, and our athletes
want to do the same for other people.”
Six members of
the Luxemburg-Casco football team are serving as 2019 camp coordinators: Ben
Naze, Mason Renard, Reece Worachek, Matt Cravillion, Matt Dorn and Andrew
The event will
be held rain or shine, and may move into the school’s gymnasium if the weather
is inclement. Registration at the door will be accepted, or it can be done in
advance at http://bit.ly/LCfbcamp.
Participants do not need to be residents of the Luxemburg-Casco School
a senior at Luxemburg-Casco High School, has been presented with a $10,000 Herb
Kohl Educational Foundation 2019 Initiative Scholarship at a recognition
luncheon hosted by Herb Kohl, Wisconsin philanthropist and businessman.
The Herb Kohl
Initiative Scholarship recognizes state “students who have demonstrated a high
level of motivation, have shown strong promise for achieving success in college
and beyond, and have overcome significant personal obstacles or adversity.”
In summing up
Arabella, Luxemburg-Casco school officials described her as “a twenty-first
century Renaissance figure, equally adept in and intrigued by the arts and
sciences.” She also was saluted as an advocate for the arts, particularly
music, and a student possessing considerable musical talent. Arabella is said
to have the ability to pick up practically any instrument and not only play it,
but play it skillfully.
to study mechanical engineering at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay. She
is the daughter of Daniel and Heather Adams of Luxemburg.
2018, Arabella and another student joined with a high-school English teacher to
play Christmas carols for students and staff outside the main office on the day
before Christmas break. Further demonstrating her passion for music, she wrote
a major research paper for her English 12 class that addressed the impact of
music education and advocated for expanding access to it for students
throughout their academic careers.
The Herb Kohl
Educational Foundation has recognized educational excellence for the past 30
years by awarding scholarships annually to 200 graduating high school students
throughout Wisconsin. Since its establishment in 1990, the foundation has given
$17.8 million to state students, teachers, principals and schools.