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  • Students in Mrs. Shetler's class have been using Budd's new Vex kits to create clawbots.  Earlier this year, they built the drive base and are currently working on creating a claw.  Once assembled, students will be able to put their creations to...
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  • Staff and students cheered on the football team as they headed out of town for their playoff game. . 
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  • Budd students recently participated in a library bookmark contest.  The winners were chosen by fellow classmates as students voted for the one they liked the best.                                      1st place - Addison...
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  • In the coming weeks, students and staff will be focusing on Christopher Milo’s recent visit and his “13 Messages from Milo” regarding character. Christopher, a motivational speaker, shared his belief that if more time is spent following his 13...
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  • M-i-s-c-r-e-a-n-t (a person who behaves badly or in a way that breaks the law) was the winning word that Hanna P. spelled correctly to win the 6th grade Spelling Bee. Twenty students participated in the competition and two students, Rylee W. and...
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  • Budd students have the opportunity to purchase school supplies every Wednesday at the Birds Nest School Store.  Students may use their earned Redbird Tickets (sponsored by the Academic Boosters) to purchase items such as pencils, lead, earbuds,...
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  • 6th grade students recently worked with VEX IQ robotics, a system using plastic snap together pieces that encourages students in STEM learning.  As students use the hands-on system, they become involved in problem solving, leadership, and teamwork...
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  • The Loudonville Girls Robotics Team received first place winning the Design Award at the Vex Robotics Tournament on October 27.  40 teams from across the state competed in this year's game, "Turning Point" held at the LHS gymnasium.  The boys’ team...
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  • A new community group, Redbird Resilient, recently formed to address emotional health and addiction prevention within the Loudonville-Perrysville community. Comprised of educators, clergy, business leaders and concerned citizens, the group hopes to...
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  •   Sergeant Brian McCauley, of the Loudonville Police Department, has been hired as the LP Schools Resource Officer.  A life-long resident of Loudonville, Mr. McCauley has 25 years of law enforcement experience.  He has worked for the Ashland...
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  • Budd 6th grade girls recently participated in a one day event at the Ashland County Career Center to explore non-traditional careers.  Girls With Googles, sponsored by the North Central Workforce Alliance of Ohio, allows girls to explore hands-on...
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  • In an effort to help student learning, Budd teachers will be providing after school homework help to all of our students.  ESAT (Extended Student Academic Time) will be held on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 3:00-4:00pm.  Parents and teachers can...
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  • Snow Trails season passes are now 10% off for those wishing to purchase early.  For purchasing information, click on the Loudonville Ski/Snowboard Club Information link below.  The promotional code is included, and you can select...
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  • Start Talking! has been launched in Ohio by Governor John R. Kasich and First Lady Karen W. Kasich to give parents, guardians, educators and community members the tools to start conversations about the importance of living drug-free lives.  Start...
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  • The Too Good for Drugs program has kicked off in McMullen and Budd schools.  The course is an evidence-based prevention program that ACCADA (Ashland County Council on Alcoholism and Drug Abuse) uses in Ashland County schools.  The program is...
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  • Thanks to the generosity of the Samaritan Hospital Foundation and University Hospitals Samaritan Medical Center, all classrooms in the Loudonville-Perrysville School District received “Stop the Bleed” buckets.  Stop the Bleed is a federally...
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  • In Memoriam of Sergeant Steven Plice LP Schools would like to thank the Plice family and UH Samaritan for their donation of an AED and Stop the Bleed Kits, in memoriam of Sergeant Steven B. Plice, 1997 graduate of LHS.  Thank you for this beautiful...
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  • To view the 2018-2019 L-P District Calendar, click HERE.
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  • Click here to access the current Loudonville-Perrysville Board of Education BoardDocs.  Please note the Board agenda will be made available the day of the Board meeting.  
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