News & Events
15 - Martin Luther King Day - No School
16 - PTO Meeting 6:30pm - LMS
17-18 - Art I Semester Exam
19 - End of 9 Weeks & Second Semester
22 - College Credit Plus Mandatory Meeting for parents of students in grades 6-8 at 6:00pm
30 - Spelling Bee - LMS 6:30pm
PTO “Non” Fundraiser
Our PTO works hard to not ask families to fund raise throughout the school year. To avoid this they sponsor the non-fundraiser form. Currently we have achieved about 40% of our goal. Please use the enclosed form to send in your donation. The PTO will reward the grade level that turns in the most!
Louisville Middle School Earns the 2016 Momentum Award Congratulations to Louisville Middle School for earning the 2016 Momentum Award from the Ohio State Board of Education. This award recognizes schools that have received As on every value-added measure included on the 2016 Ohio School Report Card.
Innovative Science, Technology, Engineering and Math Programs Available to LMS Students
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Attendance Policy- It's the Law!
Attendance Watch policy will be in effect for the 2015-16 school year. In short, the program consists of: “Students who accumulate 15 or more excused and/or unexcused absences will be placed on the Attendance Watch Program. Once on attendance watch, all absences are marked unexcused unless the student has a documented medical, court, or funeral excuse, or has an approved vacation.
Vacations must be approved by the principal prior to the actual vacation leave.
Please check your student’s planner/handbook this year for requirements. If you know your child is going to be absent the night before, we encourage you to call the Hotline (330-875-7506) or call the attendance office (330-875-5598) in the morning beginning at 7:00 a.m.
Remember! All blizzard bags not completed count as an unexcused absence!
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)