District News

  •   March 25, 2019 Community Dialogue: District Goals Package On Tuesday, April 16, 2019, the district will be hosting another Community Dialogue event.  This event will focus on the strategic planning of the district which will help formulate the...
  • Students in the L-P District will be begin testing the week of April 8.  Please make sure your student gets plenty of rest the night before their scheduled test and eat a well-balanced breakfast.  To view the L-P testing schedule, click...
  • There have been reports of community members receiving questionable email messages from various staff members.  The messages may say an invoice is attached or a bill is due.  Unfortunately, some L-P staff members' email addresses have been "spoofed...
  • To view the 2018-2019 L-P District Calendar, click HERE.
  • Ashland County Prosecutor Christopher Tunnell, third from left, presents a check to Mrs. Chrissie Butts, LHS interim principal, for the Loudonville JH/HS chapter of Drug Free Clubs of America.  Also pictured, at left, Beth Ring, Drug Free Club...
  • To view the amended 2018-2019 school calendar, click HERE.
  • Due to the winter weather and school being canceled, L-P Schools will be in session Friday, March 22, 2019, and Monday, March 25, 2019, as make-up days.  At the recent L-P Board of Education meeting, Board members amended the school calendar and...
  • LHS Varsity Girls Basketball Coach Tyler Bates has been recognized by the WBCA Thirty Under 30 program as an up-and-coming women’s basketball coach age 30 and under.  The honor is bestowed upon those that exemplify involvement in community service,...
  • 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...
  • Thank you, LP voters, for your continued support in passing our Permanent Improvement Renewal Levy.  The LP communities have proven once again that the pride in our schools is strong. Funds generated from the passage will be used to repair and...
  • 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...
  •   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...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • 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.
  • Click here to read in detail about the L-P District adopting "Next Generation" Board Management Technology. 
  • 2 Absences Per Month x 9 Months of School = Less Likely to Graduate from High School Encouraging regular school attendance is one of the most powerful ways you can prepare your child for success - both in school and in life. When you make school...