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Updated District Safety Statement - Friday, February 23, 2018

Earlier Thursday evening several students and parents from London Middle School reported to the London Police Department an alleged conversation overhead at the school, which included a threat of violence at LMS. Upon receiving the report, the police department with the assistance of the school administration investigated the situation and determined that the situation did not constitute a credible threat to our school.


Both the district and the department are aware of the anxiousness and speculation circulating on social media. In order to assist in calming some of these fears, this message was sent to LMS parents late Thursday evening by the school’s automated calling system. Both the London City Schools and the London Police Department will continue to implement additional safety measures at our schools to ensure a productive school day on Friday.


 
District Safety Statement - Thursday, February 22, 2018

Late Wednesday evening, a parent of a London Middle School student reported to the London Police Department that her daughter had received a vague post on social media. The post was received from a person the student did not know and mentioned a pending shooting at an undetermined school. The post did not mention any specifics related to any students or any London Schools nor seems to be related directly to the district. In investigating the incident, the London Police Department determined that the same post was received by students in other districts around the area and was likely a part of an internet hoax playing on last week’s tragedy in Florida.

 
Superintendents' Blog: Leading in a time of tragedy
Like many of you, I am also trying to process the tragic events, which occurred at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida earlier this week. As a superintendent, I simply cannot imagine the amount of grief and remorse the students, families, staff, and community feel at this moment. As a dad, it is equally difficult to envision what my reaction would be if my kids were in a similar situation. Unfortunately, there are just no easy answers. 
Kindergarten Registration for 2018-19

We are now taking appointments for Kindergarten Registration. You must bring the documents listed here at the time of your appointment to enroll you child. 

*** We do not take the certificate from the hospital as a birth certificate. Birth Certificates can be purchased on-line or at the Madison County Health Department.  

 
February Board of Education Regular Meeting Recap

The London City School District Board of Education began its February meeting by recognizing several “most improved” students for this school year. As part of its improvement process, the district and each individual school updates and monitors improvement data three times a year. The focus of this process is not only to improve organizationally, but more importantly, to help each student make progress. Students recognized at the February Board meeting have demonstrated significant academic and personal growth and are great examples of the district's mantra of "londonpossible." The following students were nominated by their principals and each school staff and recognized by the Board:

  • At London Elementary, Aiden Jackson, Nick Boring, and Jase Cox;
  • At London Middle School, Jozlyn Fisher, Conner Lacey, and Selena Wallace; and,
  • At London High School, David Kennedy, Andrew Ramsey, and Abbie Jones.
 
London City Schools
District Office Address:
380 Elm St., 2nd Floor
London, Ohio 43140
District Office:
District Fax:
(740) 852-5700
(740) 845-3282
Elementary: (740) 845-3272
Middle School: (740) 852-5701
High School: (740) 852-5705
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