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We Want Our Panthers to SHINE & SOAR!

Did you know that Ludlow offers FREE before-school and after-school programs for Grades K-9 that include homework help, tutoring, enrichments, clubs, and fun activities?  SHINE & SOAR sessions start on September 8th.  Students can participate in the morning, or afternoon sessions -- or both!

 

Get your child's registration form turned in soon!

 

SHINE is for Grades K-6 and SOAR is for Grades 7-9.  Click HERE to learn more about these cool programs!

 

New Menu Options!

We think students will love our new menu options in the cafeteria!  Each day at lunch, we will serve a HOT Meal and a COLD Meal.  You choose!

 

LEFT Side is the HOT Meal

RIGHT Side is the COLD Meal

 

At the top of the screen on this webpage, find the MENU link.  Click on it to check out the delicious menu items being served by Mrs. Brownfield and our outstanding cafeteria staff each day!

 

Welcome Back!

We are delighted to have our students back with us!  We are confident the 2015-2016 school year is going to be a GREAT one!

Help Us Tidy Up Ludlow on Sunday

Due to the rain coming, The Tidy Up Ludlow event will take place on Sunday from 12:00-3:00pm -- not Saturday.  Plan to meet in the cafeteria.   Anyone who can come is welcome, whether you signed up or not!  We need all the help we can get to help give a good spring cleaning to our community!  We hope you can join us!

Dual Credit Parent Meeting

For Parents/Guardians of Sophomores & Juniors:  Last week, your son/daughter may have been invited to a meeting at school to learn about a new dual credit opportunity that will be offered through Gateway Community & Technical College next school year.  Students were invited if they met the three requirements for admission (GPA, test scores, attendance). 

If they attended the meeting and were interested in the program, they left with a folder containing an application for the program, a student/parent contract, and a flyer for the mandatory parent informational meeting.  They were expected to share this with you that evening.  Hopefully that happened!  You are encouraged to ask your son/daughter about this information if they attended the meeting. 

If you are interested in this dual credit opportunity, parents/guardians are asked to attend a MANDATORY PARENT MEETING on Thursday, April 23rd at 6:30pm in the cafeteria.  Forms they received can be found HERE.

Schools CLOSED Thursday

Due to inclement weather, schools are CLOSED on Thursday, March 5th.

"Suite Surrender" Two Thumbs Up!

Ludlow High School's recent presentation of Suite Surrender received two thumbs up!   The cast and crew were amazing!

 

Click the icon to catch a clip of two real-life sisters singing together as Claudia McFadden and Athena Sinclair, two feuding divas.  Sophomore Aaliyah Bricking and Junior Savanna Bricking show off their talent!

Motivational Video for Our Juniors

All juniors across the commonwealth will be doing the same thing in public schools on Tuesday, March 3rd:  Taking the ACT.  To help show our Class of 2016 that we believe in them and encourage them to give their best effort, we created a fun video!  Enjoy our faculty's craziness!

 

We want all of our juniors here on Tuesday morning, ready to test!  Get a full night of sleep and have a healthy breakfast.  Be here by 8:20am.

 

We believe in our juniors and know they will ROCK the ACT!

 

2nd Quarter Report Cards Sent Home with Students on January 9th

Report Cards for the 2nd Quarter were sent home with students in Grades 4-12 on Friday, January 9th. 

 

We encourage parents to take a few minutes to review their son/daughter's academic progress and attendance with them.  Your involvement in this process is very important!  If you have questions or concerns, please feel free to call or email your child's teacher.    

 

Cold Weather Reminders

With the cold weather hitting, please be sure that students are dressed appropriately for the weather.  We encourage students to wear hats, coats, and gloves/mittens to school, especially if they are walking.  Warm socks with shoes/boots are essential too.

 

Does the cold weather affect school being delayed or closed?

 

During the winter months several factors come into play that delay the start of school or cause school to be closed.  Snow and ice are obvious ones.  Another factor is the wind chill.  Click Read More below for details...

 

 

 

Holiday Movie Night for Grades 7 & 8!

Join us for Holiday Movie NightAll 7th and 8th graders are invited to our cafeteria from 6:00-8:00PM on Wednesday, December 17th.  We'll be showing Fred Claus.  Enjoy some yummy cookies and a Hot Cocoa Bar!  This event is FREE! 

 

Get into the holiday mood while having lots of fun with your friends!  We can't wait to see you there!

 

Thank you to Ludlow's Family Resource & Youth Service Center for sponsoring this cool event!

 

Schools Closed for Winter Break

The Ludlow Independent School District is closed for Winter Break from December 20, 2014 through January 4, 2015.  Classes resume on Monday, January 5, 2015.

 

Senior Parent Financial Aid Workshop

All seniors and parents should plan to attend the LHS Financial Aid Workshop on Tuesday, December 9th at 6:30 PM in the cafeteria.  Lots of valuable information will be given regarding funding a college education!  Learn more about the FAFSA Process.  Please plan to attend!

 

LHS Presents "A Christmas Carol"

Get into the holiday mood this weekend!  Come out and see the LHS presentation of A Christmas Carol. 

There is one show this weekend:  Sunday, December 7th, at 2:00 PM.  Tickets are $5 at the door. 

 

Please come out and support our dedicated cast and crew!  They have been working long hours for months preparing for this show.

 

Fish Fry & Meet the Panthers!

Join us on Saturday night, Nov 22nd, for dinner and basketball!  The FRYSC is hosting a Fish Fry in the cafeteria from 5:00-7:00 PM!  Dinners range in price, but all are delicious!  Then head over to the HS Gym for the Panther Red & Black Night.  Meet your basketball teams!

 

MS Girls Scrimmage at 5:30 PM  /  MS Boys Scrimmage at 6:15 PM

HS Girls Scrimmage at 7:00PM   /   HS Boys Scrimmage at 8:00 PM

Adult admission in the gym is $3.00, Students/Senior Citizens pay $1.00.

Support Our Food Drive!

 

Please support our Food Drive!  The drive runs until Friday, November 21st.  Students can bring in items and give them to their teachers.

 

The items collected will be donated to local community pantries that help families on our own town.  

 

We appreciate any support you can offer! 

 

Good Luck, Amber Victor!

Congratulations and Good Luck to junior Amber Victor!  Amber placed 8th at the Regional Cross Country Meet.  Now she's headed to the KY Horse Park for the State Competition on Saturday!  We wish you the best of luck, Amber!

 

LHS Red Cross Club Collects Holiday Cards for Military

Our new Red Cross Club needs your help!  They are collecting boxes of holiday greeting cards to send to members of the military.  LHS students will write a message on the card, sign it, then send them off to active members on duty around the world.

 

Interested in helping?  Turn in a box of holiday cards to Mrs. High or the LHS Office over the next couple of weeks.  These cards will receive a hand-written note and then find a good home!

 

Help us today!

 

Support Ludlow Schools!

Eating dinner out?  Support our schools over the next two nights!   Monday, October 6th is Mary A. Goetz Elementary Night at the Fort Wright Texas Roadhouse from 4:00-10:00 PM.  It's good on dine-in or carryout.  Mention the school when you place your order.

 

Tuesday, October 7th is Ludlow Booster Night at the Fort Wright Skyline from 5:00-9:00 PM.  Again, just mention our school when you place your order and we receive a percentage of the bill.

 

Thank you for your continued support!

 

It's Homecoming Week!

 

No one does Homecoming quite like Ludlow!  Enjoy this week's festivities:

 

Spirit Week includes dress up days for LHS students and staff:  Monday is America Day, Tuesday is Twin Day, Wednesday is PJ Day, Thursday is Class Color Day and Friday is Crazy Red & Black Day!

 

The pep rally will take place Friday afternoon.  The parade kicks off around town at 6:15PM, led by Grand Marshal Ken Foltz, retired music teacher.  Our Panthers will take on the Berea Pirates at 7:30 PM.  There will be pregame ceremonies, with the crowning and winning float announcement made at halftime.

 

The dance will be held in the gym from 9:00 PM - 12:00 AM, and is open to all 9th-12th LHS students and their dates. 

 

Public Comment Session for Title IX

Ludlow HIgh School will hold a public comment session regarding Title IX.  This meeting will take place from 3:00-3:30 PM on Monday, September 22, 2014 in the High School Library.

 

Order Your Ludlow Gear by Sept 19th!

Are you in need of some new Ludlow apparel?  Check out the spirit shop at www.bsnsports.com  Click the "My Team Shop" logo and enter access code panthe6D6Hurry and order your apparel today before the shop closes on September 19th!  Adult sizes only.

 

LHS Parent / Teacher Conferences

Don't forget!  Parent Teacher Conferences are held at the end of the 1st Quarter.  Conferences will take place on Wednesday, October 22nd from 5:00-7:00pm.  Enter through the main entrance on Adela Avenue to pick up report cards, then head up to meet with teachers in their classrooms.  Recent MAP Test scores will be attached to your child's report card, along with the state test scores from the spring. 

Your involvement as a parent is crucial.  This is a great time to discuss concerns about your son/daughter to ensure a successful school year.  We'd love to have 100% parent attendance!

Click HERE for helpful hints and reminders about grades and conferences.

 

Holiday Band Concert Sunday

Join us for the Holiday Band Concert on Sunday, December 14th at 2:00 PM in the Faragher Fine Arts Center.  Get into the holiday mood with some great music!  Our 8th-12th Grade Bands will perform some festive holiday classics.  This concert is open to the community! 

 

LHS Report Cards Sent Home with Students

If report cards were not picked up during October 22nd's Parent / Teacher Conferences, report cards (grades 7-12) were sent home WITH STUDENTS on Thursday, October 23rd.  They were NOT mailed.  Parents, please ask your son/daughter for their report card so you can check their progress.  Attached to the report card are fall MAP scores and spring state test results.

 

If you have questions regarding your son/daughter's progress, please call 859-261-8211 or contact a teacher directly through email.

 

Activities CANCELLED for Today

Due to weather conditions, all Ludlow Independent School activities are CANCELLED for today, Saturday, February 21st. 

Opportunity to Make a Bigger Impact on Your Family

Parents: Check out this cool local opportunity!  Thomas Cox will present at Wynner's Cup Cafe on Tuesday, April 28th at 7:30PM.  He'll talk about ways to cope with and handle parenting situations and issues.  He'll provide strategies for making a more effective impact on your children and family.  Take advantage of this FREE session that's open to the public!


You can find details HERE.

 

Talented Students Win Awards

Congratulations to three talented young ladies!  They've recently been recognized:

Hannah Hutton (7th grade) recently performed at the NKY Solo & Ensemble Festival and received a "Distinguished" rating! 

Allie Johnson (10th grade) won 3rd Place in Fiction in the Northern Kentucky University Creative  Writing Contest!

Cymphony Macaraniag (12th grade) won 1st Place in a writing contest sponsored by the Covington Art Club!  Cymphony will receive a $500 prize and will be honored at a luncheon later this month. 

             

FREE Athletic Physicals June 11th

Any incoming 6th -12th grade student who plans to participate in a sport during the 2015-2016 year is required to turn in a completed KHSAA form after having a physical. Students are required to have this completed and on file with the school BEFORE students can try out or practice.  To make this easier for parents and students, FREE physicals will be given for 6th-12th graders on Thursday, June 11th at 6:00pm in the LHS Office.  Bring the KHSAA form along with the athlete's insurance or medical card. Click Below for Details & Forms:

 

Flyer with Details

Physical Form for Grades 6-8

Physical Form for Grades 9-12

 

In addition to the physical, all athletes are required to complete the contract and return before participation:  Student Contract

 

Celebrate Student Talents at the Fine Arts Festival!

Celebrate the incredible talent of our Ludlow Panthers from both schools!  Please join us on Monday, May 11th from 6:00-8:00pm for this fine arts showcase.  Student work will be on display, our choirs will perform, our bands will perform, and there will be interactive music and art stations for younger children.  The Book Fair is also open in the Elementary Library all evening!

 

Click HERE for a schedule of the evening's activities.  All families and community members are invited!  You won't want to miss it!

 

Gateway Regional Academy Updates

GRA Students & Families:  Please mark your calendars:


AUGUST 17:  First day of GRA classes!  Yes, even though Ludlow classes begin on August 20th, GRA courses start on August 17th.  Be there!


Need your Gateway ID in order to ride the TANK Bus?  Go HERE for details.
 

Copy of Reminders from Mrs. McMillen


Copy of Gateway Startup Packet of Info Given at Orientation

 

GRA Questions?  Email Jenny McMillen or call 859-261-8210

 

Important Back-to-School Dates

Tuesday, August 11:  7th Grade Orientation at 10:00am in Auditorium

Friday, August 14:  NEW Opportunity for All Grades!  Early Schedule/Class Assignment Pick-Up, Fee Payment, SHINE/SOAR Registration, and Cafeteria Taste Test of New Food Items!  It all takes place in the cafeteria between 9:00 and 11:00am!

Tuesday, August 18:  Pantherfest from 5:00-7:00pm.  One Change: Start in the HS Gym rather than Cafeteria.  Schools will be open to visit teachers and classrooms!

Thursday, August 20:  First Day of School! 

 

Click HERE for details on these important back-to-school events!

 

Congratulations, NHS Inductees!

Congratulations to our newest inductees of the LHS Chapter of the National Honor Society.  Induction took place on April 28th at 7:00PM.  These students were selected for their outstanding scholarship, leadership, service, and character. 
 

Check out the program and list of inductees and current members HERE.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

Summer Camp Registrations Open

June 3rd might be the last day of school, but we have lots of FREE summer fun planned for students on our campus!  For incoming K-6 students, SHINE will provide summer learning fun from 9:00am-3:00pm, Monday through Friday.  For incoming 7-12 students, PEP will offer some summer fitness fun, Monday through Friday from 12:00-3:30pm.  Check out the brochures below for details and weekly themes/activities.  FREE Summer Breakfasts & Lunches will be provided on all camp days for ANYONE age 18 years and younger.

 

SHINE K-6 Registration Brochure

PEP 7-12 Summer Fitness Fun Registration Brochure

 

It's Time for PTO's May Festival!

The Ludlow PTO will be holding the annual May Festival on Friday, May 1st from 5:00-11:00pm and Saturday, May 2nd from 3:00-10:00pm.  There will be food, rides, games, prizes, and LOTS OF FUN!  The traditional "School Spaghetti" Dinner will take place on Friday evening in the cafeteria.  Plan now to attend!  You won't want to miss out on this fun annual Ludlow event!

See "Suite Surrender" Feb 28 & March 1

The LHS Drama Program has been working hard for the past few months to present Suite Surrender.  The auditorium has been transformed into the 1940s Palm Beach Royale Hotel and Spa.  Two feuding divas, Claudia McFadden and Athena Sinclair, are both booked to perform at a wartime benefit.  Their rooms are supposed to be on opposite ends of the hotel, but a mixup finds them both booked in the Presidential Suite. Comedy ensues as hotel manager Bernard S. Dunlap, along with frazzled personal secretaries and hapless bellhops, attempt to keep the divas away from each other, while a gossip reporter tries to get the scoop of her life.

 

NEW DATES:

Performances are Saturday, February 28th at 3:00 pm and Sunday, March 1st at 2:00pm. We hope to see you there! 
Tickets are $5 at the door.

 

1st Semester Exams

All students in grades 7-12 will take 1st semester exams on December 18th and 19th.  Students will take exams for class periods 1, 4, and 6 on Thursday, December 18th.  On Friday, December 19th, they will take exams for their 2nd, 3rd, and 5th period classes.

 

Remember that these exams count as 20% of the semester grade.  Studying ahead of time is crucial!  Find some good study tips and reminders HERE.

 

Make a Daily Commitment to Drive Safely!

Ludlow staff and students are committed to keeping teens safe on the road. We are asking everyone 14 and older -- staff, students, parents, community members -- to go to www.celebratemydrive.com once a day, every day, from Oct. 15 to Oct. 24. The more safe driving commitments our community makes, the better our chance to win a $100,000 grant and a private concert by The Band Perry. 

 

Learning to drive is a big step in life. State Farm and LHS recognize getting a driver’s license is an important and joyous time. Celebrate My Drive celebrates this milestone with new drivers by encouraging them to make positive choices like driving 2N2®: 2 eyes on the road and 2 hands on the wheel.  Go to www.celebratemydrive.com today to support the Panthers and safe driving.

National Safe Schools Week

The week of October 19-25 is National Safe Schools Week.  The emphasis of this year’s campaign is working toward a culture of kindness in our schools where students turn to trusted adults or each other to connect and find assistance during their time of need.  Every student needs a “go to” person.  Who is yours?  If ever there is a problem with which you are dealing, please know that there are adults at Ludlow High School who genuinely care about you and want to help you.  Determine who your “go to” person is, and please don’t hesitate to call on that person.  You may have more than one.

To show your support for this year’s campaign, please take the online “Stop the Bullying Pledge” on our school and district web page.  (www.kycss.org/leanpledge/index.php )  Let’s take a stand as a student body and show that such behavior has no place at LHS.

Get Your Santa Gram!

The LHS Student Council is selling Santa Grams for $.50 each.  Write a holiday message to a friend or teacher, and the Student Council will deliver it along with a candy cane on December 19th. 

 

Students or teachers can purchase grams before school near the breakfast area or during lunch in the cafeteria.  Grams are being sold December 9th through Tuesday, December 16th.

 

Order Your LHS Yearbook Now!

It's time to order your 2014-2015 LHS Yearbook

It's easy to do.  Click the link to the right to place your order online.  Save $5 by ordering early!  Yearbooks cost $55 until March 31st, but increase to $60 as of April 1st.

 

 

The Book Fair is Here!!

The elementary library is hosting a Scholastic book fair. Students may shop May 6th-8th. Parents and guardians may shop on Thursday, May 7th, from 3:30-7 p.m. and on Monday, May 11th, from 6-8 p.m.

 

Online orders placed between May 4th and May 11th at the following address will also count toward our total.http://bookfairs.scholastic.com/homepage/ludlowhighschool

SBDM Parent Elections Held Friday Night

Parent Elections for the 2015-2016 SBDM Councils for both schools will be held from 5:30-7:30 PM on Friday, May 1st in the school cafeteria during May Festival.  To be eligible to vote, one must have a child who will be attending the respective school for the upcoming school year.  Please plan to attend!

Exciting News for LHS!

We are thrilled to announce that Ludlow High School is a new recipient of the 21st Century Community Learning Center Grant!  The new SOAR Program is similar to SHINE, but its focus is on the 7th, 8th, and 9th grades.  Ludlow will partner with NaviGo Prep to coordinate before-school, after-school, and summer programming to students. Activities will include homework help and tutoring, new clubs and enrichments, college and career readiness ...activities and experiences, and the creation of an Innovation Lab (Maker Space).  We'll partner with the Kenton County Public Library to increase literacy activities, the PEP Grant to add health and fitness activities, 4H to bring leadership, citizenship, and budgeting experiences, and Women's Crisis Center to extend the Green Dot Violence Prevention Program to the middle school grades.  NKU, Gateway, and the NKY Chamber of Commerce will also partner to add college and career readiness encounters.  SOAR will start in the Fall of 2015.  We can't wait to provide this cool and exciting opportunity to our 7th, 8th, and 9th graders!

School Supply Lists

Back-to-School Sales will be starting soon.  As you hit the stores, our School Supply Lists will make it easier to get the items your child will need for the year.

 

Supply Lists for Grades P-6

Supply Lists for Grades 7-12

 

Our Faculty & Staff are the Best!

The LHS Student Council wants to express their sincere gratitude to the dedicated members of the Ludlow Faculty & Staff.  Since this is Teacher Appreciation Week, council members created a video to capture their gratefulness. 

 

CLICK on the THANK YOU to the right to ENJOY THE VIDEO!

 

School Calendar for 2015-2016

Plan ahead for the 2015-2016 year with the school calendar.  Click the link below to access the calendar, as well as a print-friendly version to hang on the refrigerator!

 

Ludlow Independent School Calendar for 2015-2016

Senior Celebrations!

We are proud of our seniors and their accomplishments!  We wish them luck as leave the hallways of LHS.  The Class of 2015 will be missed!  Remember:  Once a Panther, Always a Panther!

 

Check out VIDEOS from our Senior Celebrations HERE.

Check out the PHOTO GALLERY from Senior Celebrations HERE.

 

Trimpe Wins Writing Contest

Congratulations to sophomore Kyle Trimpe for winning the annual Poetry Writing Contest at the University of Cincinnati Blue Ash College!  He submitted two poems and won both 1st and 3rd Place!

"Where I'm From" placed 1st and "Inner Demons" placed 3rd in the contest.

Kyle was recognized at UC's Poetry Cafe on March 23rd.  His winning poems will also be published in the next issue of the Blue Ash Review, UC's college literary magazine.

Congratulations to our own talented writer, Kyle Trimpe!


 

Saylor Among Nine NKY Students Chosen

Senior Pryzm Saylor was among nine students in Northern Kentucky selected for a scholarship program funded by Duke Energy.  The program covers the tuition, books, and required assessments for students to earn credentials for a CPT: Certified Production Technician.  The NKY region is in great need of students trained in the manufacturing area, since it is difficult for local businesses to fill these job openings. 


During the spring semester of her senior year, Pryzm will get a jump start on college by attending classes at Gateway Community & Technical College.  Kudos to Pryzm for taking advantage of this wonderful opportunity to get a jump start on her college degree and future career!


To read The Enquirer's coverage on this program, click HERE.

 

Support Our Teams by Dining at Buffalo Wild Wings

The Cross Country and Baseball Teams have joined together to make some money.  How can you help?  Print out THIS SHEET and take it to Buffalo Wild Wings in Ft. Wright (at the intersection of Highland and 3L) and show it to your server when you are paying your bill.  Every time you use the card, Bdubs will give the cross country and baseball teams a percentage of the sale.  It's that easy!  This fundraiser started September 1st and runs through next September 1st (2015).

 

Special Board Meeting Held Monday

There will be a special board meeting held on Monday, September 8, 2014 at the Board of Education Office at 7:00 PM.  This meeting is open to the public.

 

Pittman Selected for TAP MD Class of 2015

Congratulations to junior Pete Pittman for being selected to the TAP MD Class of 2015!  Currently in its fifth year, TAP MD is a program designed to help exceptionally talented high school students “tap” into their potential to fulfill careers in medicine. Over 100 students have graduated from the annual program, each attending monthly observation events with physicians in Greater Cincinnati, Northern Kentucky and Southeast Indiana. To enter this career exploring program, students must be strong academically, motivated, mature, dependable and have a positive attitude.  Pete was selected for this prestigious honor along with 40 other area high schoolers.  Way to go, Pete!


Find out more about this program HERE.

 

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