Junior High and High School News
As a result of the passage of Senate Bill 121, signed into law by the Governor last October, immunization requirements now include inoculation against meningitis. The Ohio Department of Health has issued details about the new Meningococcal immunization requirements beginning with the start of the 2016-2017 school year.
There will be a parent meeting in the Loudonville High School cafeteria on Monday, February 22, at 6:30 p.m. for parents of students in grades 6, 7 and 8 to discuss scheduling options for the 2016-2017 school year. If you have any questions, please contact guidance counselor Beth Ring by emailing her at lopr_ring [at] tccsa [dot] net or by calling 419-994-4101, extension 408.
At the recent high school solo and ensemble contest held at Mansfield Senior High School, the band and choir earned a combined 21 superior and 11 excellent awards. Over 40 students from the LHS music department were involved and represented our district extremely well. Angela Spreng serves as Director of Bands and Michael Snyder as Choral Director.
Orders are being taken now for junior high yearbooks. The cost of a standard yearbook is $23.00, with an optional current events insert available for an additional $2.00. Order forms are available in the school office, and money is due no later than March 18.
The LHS Chapter of the National Honor Society will be hosting a Red Cross Blood Drive on Thursday, March 10 from 8 am-1pm in the LHS gym. During the drive, a Chili Cook-Off will be held with space limited to the first 10 student/staff recipes entered. The winner will receive a $25 gas card from Stake's ShortStop. Advisor of the Honor Society is LHS science teacher Josh Miller.
Ohio has made significant changes to the tests students will be taking during the 2015-2016 school year. The state has been adjusting the tests to match Ohio's Learning Standards in order to determine what students should know and what they should be able to do at the end of each grade level. Tests will be given in the spring, and this year's tests are shorter.
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