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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.
Two local students from West Shore ESD Career & Technical Education (CTE) Allied Health students competed recently at the International HOSA Leadership Conference in Orlando, Florida a brought home the gold medal in CPR/1st Aid. Ludington High School students, Moira O’Brien and Marissa Stickney, received the honor at Saturday night’s Grand Awards Ceremony.