Junior High and High School News
Sophomores, juniors and seniors interested in marine life and the flora and fauna of the living coral reef are strongly encouraged to submit an application in order to be considered as a participant in the Tri-County Enrichment Academy's Marine Biology Course and Field Study program.
Sarah signs her letter of intent to play softball for Ashland University. Also shown is Coach Serena Fenton as well as her parents who are seated next to her. Congratulations, Sarah!
Reserved seating for high school basketball is available now. Last year's seat holders should contact the school office at 419-994-4101 if they wish to keep their seat assignments from last season. Seats are $71.50 each.
The LHS Vex Robotics Team was among 40 schools participating in a competition at North Union High School recently. This was the first time ever for the team to compete and they represented LHS well! Of the two LHS teams, one qualified 3rd out of the 40 schools and advanced to compete in the quarter finals. They finished as one of the elite eight tournament teams.
Congratulations to Jacob Ashby whose "gasifier" Agriscience Fair project placed 10th in the nation in the category of power, structural and technical systems at the 2015 National FFA Convention held in Louisville, Kentucky.
As a partner district with North Central State College (NCSC) in Ohio's College Credit Plus (CCP) program, all Loudonville High School graduates who complete a minimum of six (6) semester hours of CCP or STEM classes will be awarded full-tuition scholarships for two (2) years of full-time instruction at NCSC.
Known as The SmileSafe National Safety Program, Lifetouch School Portraits has partnered with The National Center for Missing & Exploited Children to develop a system to provide law enforcement with a current photograph when a child goes missing. Lifetouch also offers parents an opportunity to obtain their own copy of this free digital SmileSafe photo ID.
Funds generated from the passage of a 5-year, 1.5-mill Permanent Improvement Levy on November 4, 2014, will be used to repair and maintain the district’s existing buildings. The current status of these projects is as follows:
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Ohio has made significant changes to the tests that students will be taking during the 2015-2016 school year. Ohio cancelled its contract with the testing consortium commonly called PARCC and is working with The American Institute For Research (AIR) and Ohio educators to develop new tests in English language arts and mathematics.