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The Ludington Area School district, in partnership with parents and community, will educate and empower students to adapt and succeed in their futures.
Ludington Area School students will graduate from a top-performing district, confident in the skills required for their success in the global community.
LASD Water Testing Results
Given recent concerns regarding drinking water safety, we made the decision to test our City drinking water throughout the school district. The City is responsible for testing the water they provide to the community. We are required to test our pool water and drinking water coming from wells.
Ludington Area School District tested 51 taps, and two of the 51 exceeded the threshold for parts per million of lead. Both taps testing over the threshold were taken out of service, and replaced with lead-free fixtures.
Meanwhile, we continue to replace old water fountains with modern fountains which allow the public to fill water bottles. We have at least one of these stations in each of our school buildings, and they have already saved nearly 100,000 water bottles from going to landfills.
Indoor walking at Ludington High school will start Monday Oct. 22, 2018. For the safety and security of our students and staff, a front door will be unlocked from 3 pm to 5:30 pm.
As we look to the future of educating our community’s children, it’s important to understand and
plan for how our district will continue to provide the best possible environments for their learning and development. Teaching and learning look much different today than when our school buildings were constructed and renovated.
The five (5) year Strategic Plan that was adopted by the Board of Education on January 19, 2015 called for the creation of a committee of administrators, teachers, other school personnel, and community members to develop a long term facilities plan through consultation with a construction management company and an architect and engineer. This plan also called for the development of a facilities improvement plan that evaluates the cost effectiveness of upgrading existing facilities vs. new construction. For more information on the project see the Facilities Assement page.
Picture Make-Up DayNov 19Lakeview Elementary School, 502 W Haight St, Ludington, MI 49431, USALakeview Elementary Events
OJ: MS Competitive Cheer Practice 3:30 PM to 5:00 PMOJ: MS Competitive Cheer PracticeNov 193:30 PM to 5:00 PMOJ DeJonge Middle School EventsTryouts at Foster School, students can ride bus 14A to Foster. You MUST have physical on file BEFORE tryouts. No Exceptions!! You must have your athletic fee turned in prior to the first competition (12/10).
Half Day GSRP, Half Day LAS 3&4Nov 20PM Early Childhood Center Events
Half Day School 6-12 Secondary ExamsNov 20Ludington High School Events
OJ: MS Competitive Cheer Practice 3:30 PM to 5:00 PMOJ: MS Competitive Cheer PracticeNov 203:30 PM to 5:00 PMOJ DeJonge Middle School EventsTryouts at Foster School, students can ride bus 14A to Foster. You MUST have physical on file BEFORE tryouts. No Exceptions!! You must have your athletic fee turned in prior to the first competition (12/10).
OJ: MS 7th Grade Choir Concert 7:00 PM to 8:00 PMOJ: MS 7th Grade Choir ConcertNov 207:00 PM to 8:00 PMOJ DeJonge Middle School EventsMiddle School 7th grade choir concert 7:00.
LHS Fall Concert 7:30 PM to 9:00 PMLHS Fall ConcertNov 207:30 PM to 9:00 PMPeterson AuditoriumLudington High School Events