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Float Winners! Go, Panthers! Volleyball Homecoming Court Grads 2017 Panther pride Students, teachers, community members gathered on this national day of prayer to pray over our school. Girls cross country team. 2017 Graduation. Our boys are looking good. Cheerleaders love Friday nights. 2017 Graduation.
Ask any educator, and he/she will tell you that one of the things most appreciated about the field is the opportunity to annually begin anew. Lessons that could have been better can be improved upon. ...
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Middle/High School News

Nominate SBDM

Each year, two parents and three teachers are elected in May to serve as SBDM Council members for Ludlow High School.  As school populations diversify, the state requires that the SBDM Council mirror the student demographics.  When the minority population of a school exceeds 8% of total enrollment, state law requires that a minority member must be elected to Council.  This school year, we have exceeded this percentage and must add a minority parent member to our Council to ensure minority representation.


Anyone interested in nominating himself/herself as a minority member of the Ludlow High School SBDM Council, please submit your name to the high school office no later than October 24.  An election for the new parent representative on Council will take place at the PTO bonfire on the evening of Thursday, October 26 at the softball field.


If you have any questions, please feel free to contact our office through e-mail or by phone (859-261-8211).

Parent/Teacher Conferences PT

With the 1st quarter ending, it's time for our Parent/Teacher Conferences.  These meetings and conversations are crucial to a student's success.  Please plan to attend to learn more about your child's progress and how you can support them better academically outside of school.  We invite all parents to attend!

Elementary School:  Conferences are scheduled for October 23rd and 24th between 3:30 and 6:00pm (or as needed).  Teachers schedule individual conferences with each parent.  If you still need to do that, please contact your child's teacher.

High School:  Teachers will be available in their room on Tuesday, October 24th from 5:00-7:00pm.  Pick up report cards and test scores in the lobby area, then make your way to the teachers' rooms.  


The 2018-2019 FAFSA {Free Application for Federal Student Aid} goes live at midnight on September 30, 2017!! It's FAFSA Time!

The 2018-2019 FAFSA {Free Application for Federal Student Aid} goes live at midnight on September 30, 2017.  Seniors who are planning on any type of post secondary education should plan on filing.  Go to the Counselor's Corner for more information including helpful checklists for creating your FSA ID and completing the application.  Thomas More College in Crestview Hills is hosting a FAFSA workshop to help seniors and their families through the FAFSA process.  Click here for an info flyer.  Go to www.thomasmore.edu/fafsaworkshop to RSVP for the event. 

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Are You Using the Infinite Campus App to Check on Grades & Attendance?  Try It!

If you have a smart phone or tablet, you should consider downloading the FREE Infinite Campus app.  It's such an easy way to quickly check on grades and attendance -- for both parents and students.  Parents can also set up their account to check on all of their children at once with a single login.    

If you have any questions or need assistance with the IC App, please contact Jenny McMillen at jennifer.mcmillen@ludlow.kyschools.us.


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The Ludlow Independent School District is committed to fostering a culture
of rigor excellence, and personal accountability by developing meaningful relationships with students, families, and community members to support and empower students to graduate with college and career readiness skills.