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L-P Schools Receive Grants

At its July board meeting, the Loudonville-Perrysville School Foundation approved a $5,850 grant to the L-P School District.  Earlier in July the L-P Schools received a $2,831 grant from the L-P School Endowment Fund held by the Ashland County Community Foundation.

Welcome Aboard!

L-P Schools welcome several teachers and administrators who are new to the L-P Schools for the beginning of the 2015-2016 school year. These staff members replace teachers and administrators who either retired or left the district at the end of the 2014-2015 school year.

Reserved Football Seating and Parking

Reserved parking and reserved seating at REDBIRD Stadium for the 2015 football season are on sale now. Previous holders should call the high school office at 419-994-4101 to retain last year's place. The cost of reserve seating will be $35.00 per seat. Reserved parking is also available for an additional $35.00 per spot.

L-P Board Accepting Bids for School Bus

The L-P Board of Education is seeking sealed bids for the purhase of one (1) eighty-four (84) passenger transit school bus. More information can be found by clicking HERE.

LHS Teacher Serving on PARCC Committee this Summer

Tyler Bates, Loudonville High School math teacher, will be spending part of his summer representing Ohio and Loudonville-Perrysville Schools when he serves on a PARCC advisory panel the week of July 27. PARCC is the testing consortium that Ohio uses to test students annually in English Language Arts and Math.

Editorial Spotlights Outstanding Achievements

For a recap of the exceptional high school accomplishments achieved during the past school year, read a copy of a Loudonville Times Editorial HERE.

Joan Stoner Selected To Serve On First Energy Advisory Council

Mrs. Joan Stoner, 5th grade science teacher, has been selected to serve a two-year term on First Energy Corporation's Education Advisory Council beginning with the 2015-2016 school year.

2015 Graduates Earn $1,544,536 In College Scholarships!

Congratulations and best wishes to the LHS Class of 2015 for continued success!  For an overview of the immediate plans made by this year's graduates, click HERE.

Young Foundation Continues Their Support Of L-P Schools

Superintendent John Miller has announced the following grants have been received from the Hugo H. and Mabel B. Young Foundation:

   

PLTW and Gateway Leading the Way

Now in it's third year, student interest in the LHS STEM program continues to grow spilling over into the junior high curriculum with the introduction of Gateway. Read more HERE.

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