November 5th, 2019 Levy Renewal Information - Request will NOT RAISE TAXES

The London City School District Board of Education approved a request to renew the district’s income tax levy for the November 5th, 2019 ballot. 

The income tax levy, which was originally passed by voters in 2005, has been renewed on two other occasions and will NOT raise taxes.

The revenue represents 17.4% of the district’s budget and is vital to supporting district programs.

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Drop In Childcare Available this Friday, October 18th and November 5th

London City Schools may be closed this Friday, but the district’s Champions Before and After School Program will still be providing all day childcare for interested families. Drop in childcare will also be provided on Tuesday, November 5th, when district schools will be closed for professional development.

Champions provides a fun and safe learning environment as students explore their curiosity through activities in creative arts, math and construction, library time, puzzles and games, and STEM activities such as coding and robotics. Time is also set aside for homework help, physical activity, and healthy snacks.

The district began partnering with Champions at the beginning of this school year. The program has grown to serve almost 40 students on a weekly basis. Space is still available for interested families. Parents interested in childcare this Friday, November 5th, or in the future may drop in and complete a short registration form or contact Shari Paquette at or call (513) 680-2564.
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Calling All Would Be Argonauts!!

Watch Dr. Kramer’s Call for Argonauts here

The London City School District is partnering with JASON Learning to provide a once-in-a-lifetime experience for one London student in 2020. Named after the mythical Greek explorers, the chosen Argonaut will have an opportunity to experience a STEM expedition sometime during the 2019-2020 school year or possibly the summer of 2020. For a description and more details on the argonaut program, please visit the Argonaut webpage.

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London Partners with Apptegy to Coordinate Communication Efforts

In an effort to synchronize a variety of district communication efforts, the London City School District is partnering with Apptegy in order to design and launch a new district website and app. The new website and app will have the functionality to coordinate district text alerts, post to social media, and make automated district voice calls. This will be particularly helpful in emergency situations but also efficient when sharing important information quickly across multiple platforms. Those community members who do not subscribe to Facebook or Twitter can utilize the free app to see a social media like feed of current district news.

It is anticipated that the new website and app will launch on December 6th.
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LCS Upgrades Nursing Services for Students

During its October Regular Board of Education Meeting, the London City School District Board of Education approved a revised contract with Madison County Public Health to add another nurse to support district students. The additional nurse will allow LCS to reorganize current personnel in order to provide a registered nurse or a nurse aide in each building, everyday. The district used newly approved state success and wellness funds in order to provide these additional services. When asked about the additional services Dr. Kramer stated, “Learning doesn’t occur if students do not feel well or well cared for. When additional state funding became available, it was very easy to partner with Madison County Public Health to provide these additional services for our students and families.”
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October Board of Education Meeting Recap

The London City School Board of Education met on Tuesday, October 8th for its regular monthly meeting. The Board began the meeting by recognizing student achievement at London Elementary School and the school’s efforts in creating a “Ring of Honor” for students who have demonstrated outstanding student achievement. You can see the highlights of these efforts in this video. London Middle School took the school spotlight this month and highlighted the school’s London Rocks program. Led by LMS teacher Kirsten Witt, the program involves students and community members participating in after school rock painting, the creation of a rock river outside the school, and rock walks around the community.  More +
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380 Elm St., 2nd Floor
London, Ohio 43140
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(740) 845-3282
Elementary: (740) 845-3272
Middle School: (740) 852-5701
High School: (740) 852-5705
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