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District Updates

super messagesLink here to read important updates and messages from Superintendent Shaffer. These messages are sent to families and staff through our all-call system. If you are not receiving messages, please contact your school's office to make sure your information is correct in the system.

October 26, 2021
Dear Louisville Families:

You may have already read or heard that yesterday the Ohio Department of Health announced changes to its school quarantine guidelines effective immediately. 

The new post-exposure guidance for unmasked and unvaccinated students and staff differs in a few ways: K-12 students and staff members can remain in class after in-school exposure to the COVID-19 virus if they wear a mask for 14 days.  Students and staff may discontinue these quarantine procedures beginning on day eight if they do not develop symptoms and test negative between days 5-7. 

Therefore, beginning on Wednesday, October 27, masks will be recommended but no longer required in our school buildings.  Masks are still required on school transportation, including school buses, due to federal public transportation requirements.

Click here to review the recommendations from the Ohio Department of Health. The document addresses procedures for direct contacts in the classroom setting, athletics and activities.

We continue to ask that you keep your child home from school and activities when they are sick, experiencing symptoms, or awaiting test results for COVID-19.  

We know the changes this year have been ongoing and, at times, very frustrating. However, our students have enjoyed a mostly normal school year, and we are thankful for every opportunity our students are experiencing. 

Thank you for your support and flexibility as we navigate these challenges together.  

News & Announcements

Community Trick or Treat at LHS

The LHS Student Council is excited to host the 3rd annual Community Trick or Treat event at the high school on Wednesday, October 27, from 5-7pm. All Louisville elementary-aged children (5th grade and under) are welcome to dress in costume and come trick or treat the LHS halls. Clubs and sports teams will be handing out candy. There will also be a bake sale with all proceeds benefiting the classes of 2024 and 2025.

Please enter through the athletic entrance, door #3. There will also be a Trick or Treat Halloween event at the YMCA from 5-7pm. Please stop by both places for a fantastic community night!

Louisville Community Academy


paw Interest-Based Classes for Adults (fees may apply)

paw2 Parent / Child Workshops -  Activities funded for 21-22 through a generous contribution from the GPD Employees’ Foundation Grant.
paw2 Parent Cafes - For parents of students in grades PreK- 5
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LHS Named US News “Best High School” high school

Louisville High School was named a Best High School by U.S. News & World Report! The award places Louisville among the top high schools in the state of Ohio. This is the seventh straight year the high school has achieved this prestigious recognition.

Community Wi-Fi Available

The Louisville School District has installed Wi-Fi access points outside of each school building and at Leopard Stadium. To join, access the lcsdguest network on an internet-capable electronic device and provide an email address.  No password is needed.