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  • December Students of the Month Seated left to right: Kindergarten: Henry T, Harper C; First Grade: Lily C, K Landoll Standing left to right: Second Grade: Kaitlyn H, Addysyn D; Third Grade: Kota W, Landon B These students have consistently used...
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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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  • McMullen K-3 students will be participating in a study called "Impact of School-based Blood Lead Surveillance on the Identification, Screening, and Referral Rates of at-Risk Children."  The study is looking at the rate of blood lead screening of our...
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  • On Thursday, January 31, 3rd grade students will be performing multi-cultural folk songs for their program, A Small Part of the World.  Students will sing songs from 13 different countries including:  Ireland, Germany, Italy, Israel, Russa, Japan,...
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  • McMullen School has a new sign in their lobby promoting kindness and being nice to everyone.  Mrs. Gorrell, staff members and students all agree that if everyone is kind and nice, their school will be even more awesome!  The McMullen School wishes...
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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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  • 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 either the once...
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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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  • 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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  • Occasionally, there may be times when your child needs to deviate from their normal end-of-the-day dismissal routine. Perhaps they need to ride a different bus to grandma's house, go home with a relative or friend, or be a walker.  In order to make...
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  • Ohio's Third Grade Reading Guarantee (TGRG) is a program to identify students in grades K-3 that are behind in their reading skills. It also ensures every struggling reader gets the support he or she needs to be able to learn and achieve. For more...
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