Luther Knight Athletic Booster Club

LKABC

Luther Knight - Athletic Booster Club (LK-ABC)

Luther's Athletic Booster Club has been revived and is ready for action with the 2019-2020 school year. Its purpose is to promote interest in and to sponsor activities in support of athletics at Luther High School. Charter memberships in the revitalized club may be secured by completing this membership form.  Forms should be sent to the LK-ABC, c/o Luther High School, 1501 Wilson Street. Membership in the LK-ABC will be a great way to actively support the sport programs at Luther and hundreds of athletes each year! 

WINGS

The Wings Team is a group of students who promote alternative ways of having fun without the use alcohol and other drugs.  In addition to providing activities for Luther students, the Wings Team has also been involved with the Teens Against Tobacco Use (TATU) through the La Crosse County Health Department.  The Wings Team will also make visits to area Lutheran Elementary Schools to promote Luther High School and the importance of being drug and alcohol free.

Pro-Life Knights

SPEAK UP...FOR LIFE

"Speak up for those who cannot speak for themselves, for the rights of all who are destitute"  Proverbs 31:8

 

The Pro-life Knights is a branch organization of the WELS Lutherans for Life- La Crosse Chapter. Our purpose is to educate and inform the Luther High School students what God’s Word says about all life issues. It is our hope that well informed students will be able to speak boldly and confidently to others who have Pro-Choice views. Specific topics dealing with the sanctity of life are: abortion, infanticide, euthanasia, suicide, and abstinence. Mrs. Connie Bader is the faculty advisor and Mr. Jon Byus is the spiritual advisor. The group also does other activities that are related to life issues. Meetings are held twice a month to plan activities and become informed on specific life issues. Membership is open to every student.

 

 Projects & Activities

  • Attend the annual Christian Life  Resources National Convention.
  •  Selling desserts to the student body with the proceeds benefitting humanitarian aid projects
  •  Peaceful public demonstrations against abortion
  •  Collecting Donations to support the New Life Resource Center
  •  Hosting Blood Drives
  •  Food Drive for Onalaska Food Pantry
  •  Educational speakers
  •  Mini Life Convention on campus
  • Volunteer at the Right To Life booth at the La Crosse Interstate Fair 

 WELS Lutherans for Life website

 

 

Student Council

The Student Council is the student government at Luther High School.  The Council has as its primary purpose the development of student responsibility and leadership from a Christian point of view.  It servellow students, to promote a good relationship between the student body and the faculty, and to promote the general welfare of the school.

Handbook activities

  • Conduct elections
  • Organize and conduct homecoming activities
  • Assist in planning & implementing Christmas at Luther
  • Determine and promote mission projects
  • Plan and arrange Arbor Day and Spring Fling
  • Arrange for dances organized by Student Council
  • Organize parent’s nights for the respective sports
  • Organize lyceums for presentation to the student body
  • Help organize 8th grade day
  • Assist the faculty to address and resolve appropriate concerns
  • Look for ways to improve Luther High School
  • Look for ways to serve Christ

The Student Council is comprised of 19 students including a president, a secretary, a treasurer, three representatives from each class and the class presidents.  The members are elected by their classmates.
Each student council member will:

  • Actively participate at meetings
  • Comply with the decisions reached by the Council
  • Set an example of Christian character and conduct in and out of school
  • Maintain eligibility

The candidate with the greatest number of votes in the final election is the elected officer.

National Honor Society

The purpose of the Luther High National Honor Society (NHS) is for the members to use their God-given talents to create enthusiasm for scholarships, stimulate a desire to render service, promote leadership, and develop character.  The NHS faculty advisor is Kathy Georgson.

 

More Articles ...