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Read Across America

Look who showed up for our special reading day!  The Man with the Yellow Hat enjoyed having a book read to him my Ms. Frizzle!  We had a last reading all day with so many of our favorite book characters!

Pi Society

Abdullah seemed to enjoy smashing the pie in Ms. Collins' face!  Each quarter, seniors who earn a GPA of 3.14 or higher get to celebrate their induction into the Pi Society by choosing which teacher to "thank"!

Kings of the Court!

The Class of 2023 reign as the Kings of the Court!  For the first time, the senior class swept the staff team, beating them in both basketball and volleyball this year!  

We Love to Read!

Thank you, Jacob Prather, for reading to some classes on Read Across America Day!  The students loved it!

Exploring Careers

Our sophomores explored lots of cool careers at the Junior Achievement Inspire to Hire Event. 

Continuing on the Court

Congratulations to Mylee Garrett who will continue her basketball career at Berea College next year!

Our 2nd Graders Were Word Surgeons!

Our 2nd graders learned about contractions today while they performed surgery on lots of words.

SOAR in Archery!

Grade 7, 8, and 9 students can participate in Archery through our Afterschool SOAR Program!

We Love Our Peer Tutors!

Elementary students love reading with senior Ms. Morgan every day!  She serves as a Peer Tutor in the elementary library.


We are indeed building tomorrow with our huge renovation project!  

At the Aronoff

A lucky group of students were able to see "Annie" at the Aronoff Center , thanks to the support of the Arts In Mind Grant!

Yoga Anyone?

We've been teaching fun yoga poses and other de-stressing strategies at many of our family events!

Building Tomorrow

We're building our players and teams!  Our high school team hosted a baseball clinic for younger players.

Building Tomorrow

Our Grades 1, 2, 3 families loved building with their new LEGO sets at our Lego Night!  So much creativity and imagination from our students and parents!

Staying Safe

Thanks to our local Ludlow Fire Department for training our spring athletes on how to use an AED machine.

Serving Our Families

Ms. Fitzpatrick and Ms. Gu serve our families trays of holiday cookies to decorate and enjoy together!

Creating Charcuterie Boards

Our families enjoyed designing their own charcuterie boards, made up of healthy snacks, during our Mental Wellness Event.

Sweet Sounds

Our LHS Band played some holiday favorites for Holiday Dinner Party guests


We're not sure who had more fun: our students or our parents?  Everyone had so much fun building LEGOS with their new kits!

Together We Prowl

Learning together is more fun!

Sing Your Hearts Out!

Our Elementary Chorus performs for guests at the Holiday Dinner Party

Coming in 2023!

We're getting a new turf field in 2023!  And it's a beautiful RED!

Together We Prowl

Our cheerleaders always demonstrate their school spirit, rooting on our Panthers!

Our Fabulous Faculty

Our fabulous faculty members are students too, always learning and growing, so that they can better support our students! 

Enjoying Time Together

Families were able to enjoy time together at the Holiday Dinner Party!

Upcoming Events




Calendars for the Next Two School Years Released

The Board of Education has approved the calendars for the 2023-2024 and the 2024-2025 school years.  Due to the renovation project, our calendars will need to look a bit different for the next two school years.  During the summer of 2024, construction crews will need an extended period of time to build and renovate the cafeteria and kitchen.  This means that school will start and let out earlier in the 2023-2024 year, and start and let out later in the 2024-2025 year.  We appreciate everyone's understanding of these slight changes.  It is the intention to return to a typical calendar for 2025-2026.

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Dolly Parton cutout

Dolly has arrived to Ludlow Schools! We are SO EXCITED to announce that we are now partners with Dolly Parton's Imagination Library!  What does this mean?  Parents of kids ages birth to 5, who live in Ludlow and Bromley, with the zip code 41016, can use the link below to register their child with the Dolly Parton Imagination Library.  A new, free book will be mailed to the child each month until they reach age 5!  Register your child today!  You do not have to have any older child already enrolled in Ludlow Schools to participate. If you are affiliated with Ludlow Schools and do not live in Ludlow or Bromley, we can manually register you. Contact Jenny McMillen at for help.

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