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District News

New Confirmed Positive COVID-19 Case; Household Close Contact Quarantine

Please click the link below to access an updated COVID-19 communication for parents, guardians, and families. 

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District Mourns the Loss of Staff Member

Please click the link below to access a statement from the District as we mourn the loss of a District employee.

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Remote Learning Tips and Tricks

Monday, November 23 Update. We're still sorting out a few issues with some apps still this week. One fix is to update the iPads to 14.2 and then follow the steps in the video on the next page to sort out Site Cross-Tracking. Two other troubleshooting steps we've found helpful are to go to speedtest.net and see what your download speed is and resetting your Network Settings. So for that you can go to Settings > General > Reset > Reset Network Settings. If you need help with your internet bills there is also a grant from the Mason County Promise available if you have a High School or college student that's a freshman in the house. The info is at the bottom of this news page.

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Letter from Spectrum Health Ludington and District Health Department #10

Please click on the link below to see an important message from Spectrum Health and District Health Department #10.

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Communication on Delayed Return to In-Person Learning

Please click the link below to access a communication regarding the delayed return to in-person learning for students in grades pre-k through grade 12 at LASD.

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MDHHS Orders the Suspension of In-Person Instruction, Activities, and Athletics for High Schools

Please click the link below to access a communication regarding the Epidemic Emergency Order issed by Director Robert Gordon this evening.

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View LASD's Strategic Plan

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Ludington Highlights

Construction information for potential bidders

If your company is interested in bidding on parts of any of the Ludington Area School District's upcoming construction projects, please contact Ben Globke by email at the Christman Company. Ben has knowledge of the timing of each bid category and will be able to provide the information that subcontractors need to be informed of the District's bid process.


Mission Statement

The Ludington Area School district, in partnership with parents and community, will educate and empower students to adapt and succeed in their futures.

Vision Statement

Ludington Area School students will graduate from a top-performing district, confident in the  skills required for their success in the global community.

Link to the Oriole Foundation donation page

Donate directly to the Oriole Foundation. Choose Education in the first drop down and the Oriole Foundation in the second.


Teacher and Support Staff COVID-19 Grant Forms

Due December 4, 2020

The Michigan Department of Treasury will distribute funding directly to eligible classroom teachers in an equal amount up to $500.00 per FTE K-12 classroom teacher and an amount up to $250.00 per FTE eligible school support staff member. 
In order to qualify as an eligible “classroom teacher” for the Teacher COVID-19 Grant, Public Act 166 of 2020 requires that the grant recipient be a K-12 classroom teacher who taught in a school district or nonprofit nonpublic school in the 2019-2020 school year and meets the classroom teacher statutory requirements to receive grant funding. Only full-time or part-time classroom teachers who taught in a school district or nonprofit nonpublic school in kindergarten to 12th grade classrooms during the 2019-2020 school year prior to the issuance of Executive Order 2020-35, signed on April 2, 2020, are eligible for the Teacher COVID-19 grant. Additionally, prior to the issuance of Executive Order 2020-35 on April 2, 2020, the classroom teacher must have performed at least 75% of their standard instructional workload in a brick and mortar classroom at a district or nonprofit nonpublic school and must also meet all of the classroom teacher statutory requirements to receive grant funding.
In order to be eligible for the Support Staff COVID-19 Grant, the support staff must have been a full-time or part-time kindergarten to 12th grade support staff who served as a paraprofessional, aide, or non instructional staff according to the registry of educational personnel, who provided services to students in a district for during the 2019-2020 school year. Additionally, they must meet both of the following criteria: (i) Prior to the issuance of Executive Order No. 2020- 35, the school support staff performed at least 75% of their workload in a brick and mortar school building at a district. (ii) The school support staff certifies to the district, in a manner prescribed by the department, that he or she worked additional time spent outside of normal working hours, experienced hazardous conditions, or incurred additional costs related to providing student services during the COVID19 pandemic.
These grant programs do not apply to administrators, preschool teachers, preschool aides, substitute teachers, or new employees that were hired this school year (although you may be eligible through a former employer). 
Eligible employees must email the completed Form 5734 to: pschultz@lasd.net (Penny Schultz, Administrative Assistant) no later than 12PM on December 4, 2020. Be sure to label your PDF using the following naming convention: "LastName,FirstName COVID19 Grant Certification." 

Donate this holiday season

The holidays are upon us and the Ludington Area School District would like to ask for your support of our Holiday Help program. This district-wide program provides the opportunity for families identified by school staff to shop for their children's needs and wish list items.

Building counselors work together to select 100 different LASD families that could benefit from assistance for the holidays. These families are then invited to shop at Meijer on specific dates and times and items in their cart are paid for by an LASD staff person who will check them out.

Allowing parents and guardians the opportunity to select items for their own children ensures that children will be getting items they truly need and will enjoy.

We know that the world is certainly different than it was this time last year and we appreciate any and all donations. Your gift of $125 will support one family this holiday season.

Food Service

LHS Outperforms Local, State, and Comparable Districts on SAT

LHS has once again outperformed local, state, and comparable district scaled scores and proficiency rates. Click on the images below to see how LHS students performed on the SAT in comparison to districts in the WSESD, as well as the ten (10) most comparable districts in the state to LHS.

Upcoming Events

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      Calendar: Franklin Elementary Events
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      Calendar: Franklin Elementary Events
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    thru Dec 4
    • Health Dept. Hearing & Vision Screening
      Date: Dec 2 - Dec 4
      Calendar: Foster Elementary Events
      Hearing screenings are for kindergarten, second, and fourth grades. 

      Vision screenings are for kindergarten, first, third, fifth, seventh, and ninth grades.
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