L-C seniors experience another first

Being among the first to try something new is not getting old for Luxemburg-Casco’s Class of 2021. The school district recently completed a number of projects related to its $27.8 million referenda passed in 2018. It allowed the graduating class of 157 students to experience the new gymnasium, wrestling room, tech lab rooms, automotive shop, and agriscience barn. It will also be the first graduating class at Luxemburg-Casco to have a close-to-normal graduation ceremony coming out of the pandemic. High School Principal Troy Haws says the seniors had to grow with the school in a lot of ways over the last year.

Luxemburg-Casco will host its graduation ceremony at its football field on Wednesday beginning at 6:30 p.m. Weather could push the commencement inside. Madelyn Leppiaho is the valedictorian and Kayla Dufek is the salutatorian. According to the district, 131 seniors will move onto some kind of post-secondary school education, 12 will enter the workforce and one will join the Marines.

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