“I couldn’t be more proud of our students and high school teachers. They couldn’t have followed safety procedures or remained calmer” said Gunn. He said Luther has the greatest teachers and students in the world.
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EDITOR’S NOTE: Congratulations to the Class of 2018. As we wind down the busy May of graduations, we are highlighting some of the words shared on stages – some from graduates and some from adults. These words show wisdom beyond years, hope beyond cynicism, faith past understanding … and some laughs too. The words will
The begining of May signals the whirlwind of end-of-year activities at Luther Public Schools. Today, the graduating class was recognized as each graduate signed a “letter of intent” and proclaimed their next steps after recieving their high school diplomas. Counselor Angie Cox praised the Class of 2018, describing the 61 graduates as “sharp, even though
Luther school parents received an alarming automated call Friday morning about a threat against the school that is being investigated by authorities. Superintendent Barry Gunn told The Luther Register the threat was made on social media by two individuals and one is thought to be a former Luther student, and the location was possibly in
photos and story by Jacob Factor Luther High School and science won the day when representatives from Devon Energy surprised the school with the announcement of a $25,000 grant. Students gathered in the auditorium at the end of the school day Thursday for what was billed as a pep assembly. The band and cheerleaders brought