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London Advances STEM Offerings for Students
Looking for ways to fully engage students in problem-based learning across the curriculum, LCS has launched a STEM initiative, which focuses on adding additional elementary, middle, and high school courses and providing innovative spaces in each school in order to foster more student creativity. 
District Projects Sustained, Modest Enrollment Growth
During the March 2018 Board of Education meeting, District Superintendent Lou Kramer presented Board members an annual report and five (5) year projection of overall student enrollment. A number of factors indicate that the district will continue a recent modest trend of increased overall enrollment. The number of students across the district rose just over 7% during the last five years. Both the ability of the district to retain students and to attract open enrollment students have contributed to this trend, especially in the most recent two years. During the current school year, 11 of 13 grade levels grew in the number of students compared with the year prior. On average during the last five (5) years, LCS has retained or attracted 20 additional students per year via open enrollment. 
March 2018 Board of Education Regular Meeting Recap
Board Recognizes Project Search Participant, Spotlights LES & Student Support Initiatives, Adopts District Academic Calendars and Approves New STEM Courses  
March Board Agenda Just Released
March 13th board agenda click here 
An Open Letter to Parents About School Safety

Dear London Families,

On September 11th, 2001 I was an elementary school teacher at Cedarville Elementary School. I was on my planning period, when the second plane struck the World Trade Center. I remember watching some of the aftermath of that attack throughout the day and vividly recall trying to comprehend how best to provide support for my students.

When I drove home that afternoon, every radio station, no matter the format, carried national news. I remember arriving home in Fairborn, embracing my wife and 9 month old and heading to Wright State to pick up my sister-in-law. As we sat on campus, we all heard a sonic boom. What we were later to 

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London, Ohio 43140
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(740) 852-5700
(740) 845-3282
Elementary: (740) 845-3272
Middle School: (740) 852-5701
High School: (740) 852-5705
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