Junior High and High School News
House Bill 487 updated Ohio’s graduation requirements to ensure that all students are ready for success in college and work. As a result, the Class of 2017 (10th-graders in the 2014-2015 school year) will be the last students to take the current Ohio Graduation Tests. The new requirements take effect with the class of 2018 (ninth graders in Fall 2014).
A letter from Mr. Leslie O. Woodburn, Superintendent of the L-P Schools in 1964, was among the items found in the time capsule when it was opened during Loudonville's Bicentennial Celebration. Please click HERE to read the letter.
The L-P Board of Education has placed a 5-year, 1.5 mill Permanent Improvement Levy on the November ballot.
Urgent and critical repairs are needed to keep the existing schools functioning and safe for our L-P students.
All funds generated by a Permanent Improvement Levy can only be used for repair and maintenance.
At its July board meeting, the Loudonville-Perrysville School Foundation approved a $4,241 grant to the L-P School District. In July, the L-P Schools received a $2,718 grant from the L-P School Endowment Fund held by the Ashland County Community Foundation.
The Loudonville-Perrysville Emergency Notification System provides a subscriber service to an automated system for delivery of text messages and/or email messages. The district is currently offering notification for district-wide emergency information and athletic information. You may subscribe to either one or both.