On June 30, 2020, Governor Gretchen Whitmer, the COVID-19 Task Force on Education, and the Return to School Advisory Council, released the MI Safe Schools Return to School Roadmap.
The District issued a survey to its parent to collect feedback and guidance related to the development of the District's return to school plans for the fall of 2020. Continue reading to learn more about the results of the District's parent survey.
Today, the Governor held a press conference to update the State on the development of a return to school plan in the fall. The Governor outlined generalities for a return to school that will be addressed through Executive Order. It is expected that this Executive Order, along with a roadmap and minimum requirements for schools to return to in-person instruction in the fall, will be provided to schools on or about June 30, 2020.
Ludington Area Schools is pleased to announce the District's new online student enrollment system through PowerSchool for the 2020-2021 school year! This is a secure and streamlined process which allows the District to verify all student demographic, emergency contact, and medical information for the new school year.
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.
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.
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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.