There will be a Summer Lunch Program (SLP) offered to all children ages 0-18 residing in the Loudonville-Perrysville Exempted Village School District, beginning June 1, 2016, to run throughout the summer. SLP will take place every Monday and Wednesday from 11:30 a.m.-1:00 p.m. All meals will be served at no cost and there are no other participation or eligibility requirements.
For the second consecutive year, U.S. News & World Report has included Loudonville High School on its list of Best High Schools receiving a bronze level ranking.
Mrs. Annette Gorrell, R.F. McMullen School Principal, has been named the recipient of the Ashland County Prosecutor's Office 2016 Special Courage Award for compassion and determination in regards to the Elliot Gornall case.
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.
If you do not already subscribe to Ohio Alerts, please consider doing so.
Ohio Alerts is a service which allows the district to offer notification for district-wide emergency information, athletic information and music department information. You may subscribe to one, two, or all three lists.The L-P School District does not charge a fee to subscribe to this service.
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: