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Board of Education


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Ludlow Board of Education

Meet the Board Members

Mrs. Amy Hayden
Amy is a graduate of William Mason High School. She and her husband, Jon, have three children. Amy's children are all graduates of LHS. Amy has been on the Ludlow Board of Education since January of 2011.

Amy Hayden

Mrs. Kym King
Kym is a member of the Ludlow High School Class of 1981. She and her husband, Eric, have three children. Their children are all graduates of LHS. Kym rejoined the Ludlow Board of Education in January of 2019.

Kym King

Mrs. Judy Lantry
Judy is a graduate of Holmes High School. Together, she and her husband, Tim, have six children; four sons and two daughters. Two sons graduated from Ludlow High School and one daughter is currently a Senior at LHS.  Judy joined the Board of Education in November of 2015.

Judy Lantry

Mr. Bill McMillen
Bill is a graduate of Covington Catholic High School. Bill and his wife, Pam, have two sons and a daughter, all graduates of LHS. Bill has been a member of the Ludlow Board of Education since January of 1999.

Bill McMillen

Ms. Cindy Powell
Cindy is a graduate of Ludlow High School. Cindy has two children who are also graduates of Ludlow High School. Cindy has been on the Ludlow Board of Education since January of 2009.

Cindy Powell


Board of Education Meetings:

Ludlow Board of Education meetings are held in the Board of Education building located at 525 Elm Street, next to the high school.  Meetings begin at 6:30PM, and are typically held on the 3rd Thursday of every month.  Specific dates/times/details can be found on this page, as well as in our Upcoming Events Calendar on our district homepage.


Contact the Board of Education:
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Board Members





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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