Who We Are

Susan Grams

Executive Director
LUHS Class of 1993
Market Manager, River Valley Bank, Minocqua, WI

Pamela Carroll

Treasurer
LUHS Class of 1986
Carroll Enterprises

Leah Trojan

Board Secretary
LUHS Class of 1993
DePaul Masters in Secondary Education Class of 2008
LUHS Faculty Member

Dave Anderson

LUHS Class of 1974
UW Superior Class of 1978
Former Supervisor and Chairman, Town of Hazelhurst
Former Oneida County Board of Supervisors
Recently retired Assistant Deputy Secretary at the Wisconsin Department of Workforce Development
Senior Policy Fellow at Wisconsin Institute for Public Policy and Service (WIPPS)

Samantha Maki

I am a Lac du Flambeau tribal member who grew up in Lac du Flambeau.  I went to Lac du Flambeau Public School and graduated from LUHS  After High School, I went onto get a Bachelor’s from UW Madison in Political Science and a Master’s from UW Oshkosh in Educational Leadership.  I have spent the last seven years working in education including teaching at a charter school, college level academic advising, precollege advising, and adult education and training.  Currently I am employed with the Lac du Flambeau Tribe as the Director of Tribal Education. When I am not working, I am spending time with my two boys, ages 5 and 1.

Robert Way

LUHS District Administrator
Ex-Officio, Non-Voting board member for advice, integration, coordination and information on student needs.

We are seeking additional board members.  Please open the link below, print, complete and return the Board Member Interest form to us.

Mission and History

The mission of the Lakeland Union High School District Foundation, Inc. is to promote and support educational advancement opportunities for LUHS district students through the effective application of tax deductible donor contributions and other resources and by promoting education and collaboration among our district leaders, educators, volunteers and professional advisors.

What is this website all about?

This is the official website for LUHS Alumni and community donor engagement. The goal of the foundation is to provide alumni with opportunities to stay engaged with LUHS. It’s also how you can support future LUHS college bound graduates and other worthy projects that support LUHS students. We are bridging community efforts in support of our students.
LUHS Alumni Legacy Scholarship Fund.
All contributions are eligible for special tax treatment as contributions to a public charity.
All staff and board members are volunteers.
We intend to manage and grow the scholarships that LUHS is responsible for to make available for LUHS students heading for post high school education. We intend to engage LUHS district families regarding their family legacy and charitable inclinations by helping them crystalize their legacy intentions, then matching them with strategies that reflect their highest ideals.

Is the LUHS District Foundation the same as Lakeland Union High School?

The LUHS District Foundation, Inc. is a separate corporate entity from Lakeland Union High School. The Lakeland Union High School Board of Education authorized the transfer of approximately $35,000 of seed money to start the foundation. These funds were bequest to LUHS from the estate of Minocqua resident Doug Gasper who passed away in 2013. The funds arrived with no special instructions for use, though we know Doug wanted to support kids. The LUHS District Foundation and Lakeland Union High School have a memorandum of understanding that states that the two entities will assist each other in pursuit of their missions. The current LUHS District Administrator attends LUHS District Foundation board meetings as an ex-officio, non-voting member to assist us in our efforts and keep us informed of student needs.

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