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Upcoming Events

January 

Celebrating a Year of Kindness January's theme is "Character"

  • 20 - Martin Luther King Jr. Day---NO SCHOOL
  • 27 - Leap Transition Fair-  5:00 p.m. Royal Knights Basketball....6 p.m

February

  • 8 - Hearts Dance 
  • 10 - Board Meeting @LES 7 pm
  • 11 - Parent/Teacher Conferences
  • 13 - Parent/Teacher Conferences
  • 14 - Teacher Exchange Day – NO STUDENTS
  • 17 - President’s Day – NO SCHOOL
LHS Morning announcements

announcements

 

FREE Expo for Parents and Families of Students with Disabilities

The Louisville City School District will host the Leopard Leap Transition and Services Expo for families of children with diverse needs, and those unsure of plans after high school, on Monday, January 27, 2019 from 5:00 - 7:00pm before the Royal Knights of Stark County Special Olympics basketball game. The free event will be held at Louisville High School in the auditoria. 

Yearbooks On Sale

Louisville High School's 2019-2020 Mirror Yearbook is on sale. Books are now $70. The 2019-2020 yearbook will include a full school year with 200 pages delivering in the fall of 2020. Seniors order online with free mailing package.

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Information from the Jan 21 Community Forum

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Full Belly Lunch Account 

Our Nutritional Service Department has set up a Full Belly lunch account to help eliminate school lunch debt and build a reserve account so that every child has access to a nutritious lunch regardless of their financial situation. click to learn more

School Closing Information

School will either be delayed or closed on days when weather and driving/road conditions are hazardous and dangerous for students and staff.  The forecasting and predicting of hazardous weather in Ohio is always challenging, and the decision to cancel or delay school must be made very early in the morning. Delays and closings will almost always be announced by 6:30 AM.  If there is no announcement to cancel or delay school by 6:30 AM, you may safely assume that school will be in session.  Click to learn more