By Mark Kanz
A new video production made its debut at the Luxemburg-Casco High School graduation recently. The 13-minute, professionally produced video features ten L-C alumni talking about what the school and the communities mean to them. L-C School Superintendent Glenn Schlender says the production was a year and a half in the making. He says people have been “blown away” by the powerful message the former grads deliver and he says it will help connect the school and the communities.
Schlender says the production was unscripted. He challenged the2017 L-C grads to write their own life stories as they take the next steps in their careers. The project was patterned after a similar video done at Chilton recently. In addition to building community pride, Schlender says the video will be a tool for the district with families considering L-C for Open Enrollment. The video is posted on the school website or click this link.