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    Shining a Light on Area Schools: Luke Abels

    Durant Community School District
    Durant Community School Districthttps://www.durant.k12.ia.us/
    It is the mission of the Durant Community School District, as an innovative leader in a rural setting, to prepare life-long learners to use their unique potentials to benefit their community and to adapt to a global society by providing students with experiences, opportunities, challenges, and tools for individual growth.

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    Luke Abels

    Name: Luke Abels

    Grade: Senior

    School: Durant High School

    Luke Abels does well in school. He has made honor roll every semester and belongs to the National Honors Society. A devoted runner, Luke has competed in cross country every year of high school. An active member of Boy Scout Troop 153, Luke hopes to attain the rank of Eagle Scout. Over the summer, he completed his Eagle Scout project, which consisted of making several upgrades at Feldhahn Park. Luke also enjoys playing in the band.

    What do you enjoy most about school?

    There are a lot of things that I enjoy about school. Extracurricular activities that I am in, such as band and cross country, I enjoy very much. Academics is something that I take very seriously, and I love the feeling of finishing a difficult assignment or test. I also enjoy having many great opportunities, such as taking dual credit courses in high school. The thing that I enjoy the most about school is interacting with my classmates and teachers, who are all very helpful and kind to their students. My teachers also really prepare students to be successful in college.

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