A Message from Superintendent Catherine Puster

June 30, 2020

Good Evening Everyone,

It has been over a month since I last updated you on what was going on in the district. I am hopeful you were able to view and digest the survey results that were sent out two weeks ago.

I want to reiterate that every staff member and administrator wants to return to school as “normal” in the fall. However, some of those decisions may be out of our control. As a result, it is important for you all to know that the district administration and the new Blended Learning Task Force, involving teachers and administrators, have been working diligently to plan for the fall. We are all planning for the worst, and hoping for the best.

Topics that are being discussed include: bussing, lunches and feeding students, distance learning, learning gaps from the previous year, technology, sanitization and cleaning, masks and face shields, altered calendars to provide high quality staff training, classroom furniture and social distancing, and open houses and parent communication.

The governor is supposed to provide guidance and recommendations later this week. Once the district has plans in place, we will post them on the district website, Facebook, and Bloomz.

On behalf of the entire district, we thank you all for your patience, understanding, and participation as we work through this.

Thank you again,

~Catherine Puster

 

June 22, 2020

Hi Everyone,

We hope this communication finds everyone well and safe. Every staff member and administrator in the school district want to express our gratitude and appreciation for the support from the community over the last several months. This has certainly been an interesting spring!

As you know, we collected information via a Google survey last week. This information can be viewed in the attachment HERE. We want to thank everyone who responded to the survey. We had a very good response.

The information from the survey will be a big help in making plans for 2020-2021 school year. We are expecting some updates within the next week from the leaders in Columbus. Once we have all the information, we will be making concrete plans for the school year. It is important for us all to remember that things could change a lot between now and the start of school.

We will continue to provide updates as we get them.

Thank you again,

~Catherine Puster, Superintendent

 

June 9, 2020

Graduation Video

Please click HERE to view the video.  Thank you Scott Smith for donating your time and talent.

~Catherine Puster

 

June 7, 2020

Graduation Pictures 2020

Thank you Allen Heimberger for all your wonderful pictures!  To view the pictures, click HERE.

~Catherine Puster

 

June 6, 2020

Thank you to everyone who attended graduation last evening- we could not have asked for a nicer evening.

We will be posting the video as soon as we can.

https://www.times-gazette.com/news/20200605/loudonville-high-graduation-...

~Catherine Puster

 

January 13, 2020

To view the plan for Student Success and Wellness money that the district has been given from the Governor's office, click HERE.  Please be advised that there are specific guidelines that the district must adhere to when spending the money and those are listed in the document.  

~Catherine Puster 

 

August 23, 2019

We would like to thank everyone who participated in the creation of our first strategic Goals Package.  This is a document that contains many goals.  These goals are what we use to guide us into the future.  This is a flexible document that will be updated yearly.  Each goal listed in the document provides the staff and community with an idea of where we want the district to be in the next three years.  It provides the vision of what we want the district to look like in the future.  This document is not a "set in stone" kind of document.  It functions as a guide.  The document attached is in draft form at this time.  Updates will be posted here.  To view the Goals Package, click HERE.

Thank you again for your all your time and effort in assisting us with this process.

On behalf of L-P Schools,

Catherine Puster