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ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

LUDLOW HIGH SCHOOL 

ANNOUNCEMENTS

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 2019

 

Students:  If you drive to school and park near the ballfield/Buck’s area, please do not block the alley way behind Buck’s or your car will be towed.

Seniors- Will you be 18 before November 5? If so, you may be eligible to vote in our Governor's race this year. Mrs. Combs has voter registration cards if you would like to exercise your civic duty and participate in the democratic process. These forms must be returned to Mrs. Combs no later than October 4. See Mrs. Combs with questions or to register. 

After school, high school students are not allowed to exit the building through the middle school hallway on the second floor.  If you’re going to the cafeteria or the elementary school to pick up a sibling, please use the stairway outside Mr. Hart’s office on the first floor and enter through the red doors by Ms. Pedro’s office.  Your cooperation is appreciated.

There will be a meeting after school on Monday, September 23rd in the HS gym for any boy in grades 6 -12 interested in playing basketball this season.

Any 6th-8th grader interested in Academic Team, see Mrs. Burns in room M212 to sign up. 

Ms. Runnels will be ordering books for the library in the next few weeks. Please let her know this week if you have any requests.

 

Seniors:  All “A” Classic Scholarship Applications are being accepted!  Please pick up an application from Ms. Johnson.  Hurry!! Application deadline is October 11th.

 

Are you a student in grades 7-12 that needs or wants community service hours? Do you love working with kids? Gate to the City Outreach needs volunteers to help with a youth ministry on Wednesday nights. If you are interested, see Mrs. Abner in the Elementary.

Yearbooks are in! Please see Mr. Baugh to purchase one!

Our Mission
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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