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ANNOUNCEMENTS

Last Updated: 5/13/2021 7:29 PM

 

LUDLOW HIGH SCHOOL 

ANNOUNCEMENTS

THURSDAY, MAY 13TH 2021

 

State testing continues through tomorrow.  Please make sure your Chromebook is fully charged and you arrive to school on time; early is best

 

Juniors that attend any off campus program; please make sure you are at school before 7:50.  You are required to participate in state testing.  Once testing has ended at approx. 9:00 am you will be permitted to leave BUT must return to school before the start of 4th period which will be at normal time (11:20). 

Please see Ms. Johnson or Ms. Mahan if you have any questions regarding arrival times.

 

Seniors – tomorrow is Once A Panther, Always A Panther Day!  Wear your Ludlow gear!

 

Any high school football player that played during the 2020 season, there will be an end of year celebration this evening at 5 pm at the stadium.  Parents of players are welcome to attend.

 

Any girl currently in grades 8-11 interested in playing volleyball next year should report to Ms. Schmidt’s room immediately after school tomorrow for an informational meeting.

 

Seniors need to turn in their signed graduation forms to Ms. Jordan by tomorrow.  You will not be allowed to participate in any Senior activities or graduation if this is not completed.

 

Any current 7th grader interested in playing middle school football next year should report the auditorium on Monday, May 17th immediately after school for an informational meeting and sign-ups.

 

Juniors and Seniors who need a bit of help locating that perfect Prom dress can shop our Panther Princess closet.  We have a variety of sizes and styles.  See Miss Roberts or one of your teachers for more information.  

 

Lunch tomorrow:

Uncrustables, watermelon, carrots, milk

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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.

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