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.
All area Senior Citizens are invited to attend the 9th annual free pancake breakfast hosted by the Junior High Teen Institute Group. Teen Institute's focus is to encourage our students to live a drug-free lifestyle. The students will serve as waiters and waitresses while the honored guests enjoy holiday musical performances. Please make plans to attend - and bring a friend!
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At its July board meeting, the Loudonville-Perrysville School Foundation approved a $3,017 grant to the L-P School District. Earlier in July the L-P Schools received a $2,636 grant from the L-P School Endowment Fund held by the Ashland County Community Foundation. The combined grant total of $5,653 will be used to purchase two 3-D printers for use in the STEM (Science, Technology, Engi