News & Events
18-22 - Camp Invention @ LES
Invent the future today! Camp Invention’s all-new summer program, Fast Forward, allows children in grades K-6 to turn their wildest dreams into a reality. Campers will create a vehicle of the future, design a mechanical robot dog, build futuristic dream homes, and make dinos dance using wind-up gearboxes! Local educators lead the week of fun, hands-on, STEM activities that encourage children to think big, explore their curiosity, and never give up. Visit campinvention.org or call 800.968.4332 to register.
Our local Camp Invention site information:
June 18 - 22, 2018 from 9:00am - 3:30pm
Louisville Elementary School | 415 North Nickelplate Street, Louisville, OH 44641
Directed by Monica Shadle • email@example.com | (330) 875-7685
The Little Leopard Techie Page is accessible all Summer. Please encourage your student to get on to practice on the several sites listed. Also, READ, READ, and READ some MORE!
New Student Registration 2018-2019
Louisville City Schools is gearing up for the 2018-2019 school year. To make sure we have an accurate count for all of the classes, it is vital that you register your child as soon as possible for next year. If you have friends or family with a child entering school next year, please share this information with them.
Please stop in at either North Nim or Louisville Elementary to register your child for kindergarten. Children who will turn 5 on or before August 1, 2018 are eligible to enroll in kindergarten.
Parents registering their children must bring the following: birth certificate, immunization record, child’s Social Security card, two current proofs of residency and custody paper (if applicable). The state of Ohio requires all children entering kindergarten have the following immunizations: five doses DPT (diphtheria, pertussis, tetanus), four polio, three Hepatitis B, two MMR (measles, mumps, rubella) and two doses of varicella (chickenpox) before the start of school.
Please sign in as a visitor and return to the office after lunch to sign out. Parents may not stay for recess.
No selfies or picture taking please.
If you and your child would like a friend from the same grade level to sit with you, please feel free to have them join you. Please limit it to just one extra student.
No outside fast-food please.
Outdoor Recess Continues
When the wind chill is around 20 degrees or higher at 11:00, our students will have outdoor recess. All children are expected to go to recess, unless they have a medical reason that is preventing them from going outdoors. Recess is an important time of the day for students to have a free play break from the work of school as well as a chance for fresh air.
Need to Report Your Child Off School?
1) Call the 24 hour Hotline at 330-875-7610 or call the school at 330-875-1177 before 9:30am. *
3) Send a note - Upon return to school, the student must bring a written excuse or doctor’s slip for an absence to be considered excused.
*When reporting your child off of school, you may also request for homework to be sent home with another student or you can pick it up in the office between 3:30-4:15pm.
Box Tops and Campbell Soup Labels
Please save your Box Tops and Campbell Soup Labels! When you send them in be sure to trim them as indicated on the side and place them in a baggie with your child’s name and homeroom teacher or affix them to the leopard box top paper. If you have any questions please contact a member of the PTO.
Pop Tab Collections
The Nimishillen Grange is continuing to collect pop tabs for the Ohio State Grange Deaf and Hard of Hearing Committee. The money collected from recycling the tabs goes to several deaf schools in Ohio. Each class is challenged to collect the most tabs. The class with the most pop tabs will win a pizza party sponsored by the Grange. Total sheets are on display at both elementary buildings.
Leopard Spirit Days!
Fridays are our Leopard Spirit Days! Wear your Blue and White to show your Leopard Pride!
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New Attendance Policy - HB 410
Beginning with the 2017-2018 school year, several changes have taken effect. Excessive absences interfere with students’ progress in mastering knowledge and skills necessary to graduate from high school and prepare for higher education and the workforce. (Click for more information)