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SBDM Parent Elections SBDM

We encourage all parents to take a few minutes to review the SBDM candidates and complete a voting ballot by 5:00 PM on Monday, May 10, 2021.

If you will have a child in Grades P-6 during the 2021-2022 school year:
Review the Elementary Candidates         
Vote for the Parent Reps for the Elementary SBDM Council

If you will have a child in Grades 7-12 during the 2021-2022 school year:
Review the High School Candidates         
Vote for the Parent Reps for the High School SBDM Council

Panther Pride Scholarship Apps Due by May 17 scholarship

It's time to apply for the 2020-2021 Panther Pride Scholarship!  These $200 scholarships are awarded each year to one student per grade level (K-12).  In an effort to encourage students to stay in Ludlow Schools through the 12th grade, the scholarships will accumulate (if won multiple years) until they become a senior and earn their Ludlow High School diploma.  

Application information will be used, along with the student's attendance record from 2020-2021, for the committee to decide each grade level winner. Complete the APPLICATION (linked) by 4:00 PM on Monday, May 17, 2021.  This application is currently open to all students in Grades K-11.  Seniors already completed their 2020-2021 application a few weeks ago with the other local scholarships.

Questions?  Contact Jenny McMillen

The 2021-2022 District Calendar calendar

The 2021-2022 District Calendar has been approved by the Board of Education.  Mark your calendars with these important dates!

Spring Events & Reminders

Please take a few minutes to read this Message from Superintendent Mike Borchers regarding spring events and activities, as related to our 4th Quarter Plan.  

COVID-Related Data, Communications, and Resources covid

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