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Lordstown News

Sign Up For Parent Teacher Conferences on Feb. 4

Please click the link below to sign up for a time slot to see your child's teacher for Parent-Teacher Conferences.


2016 Board of Education Organizational & Regular Meeting

The organizational and regular meeting of the Board of Education will be on Monday, January 11, 2016 @ 6:00 P.M. 

December Regular Meeting Date & Time

The Lordstown Local Board of Education has changed its meeting date and time for the December 2015 Board Meeting.

The Work session will begin at 4:30 PM on Tuesday, December 15, 2015 with the regular meeting immediately following in the High School Media Center.


Additionally, Lordstown Local Schools Fiscal Year 2015 GAAP Financial Reports are now available for review in the Treasurer's Office.

Buy Your 2016-2017 Yearbook Online

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Yearbook Fundraiser at Five Below, Niles

"Informed Parents + Healthy Kids = A Healthy Community"

As many of you are aware, the Opioid Epidemic that the nation is experiencing has left no community untouched and Ohio has felt a tremendous impact through the loss of lives of both the old and young. We want to ensure that our community has sufficient knowledge regarding the change in drug use patterns and understanding the chronic progressive disease of addiction.

The Trumbull County Educational Service Center, in collaboration with Niles McKinley High School, and all Trumbull County School Districts, would like to extend an invite to all parents, and community members to attend a Community Forum!

Location: Niles McKinley High School Auditorium
Date: November 19th, 2015
Time: 6-8 p.m.

Deputy Director, Andrea Boxill, Governor's Cabinet Opiate Action Team
Captain Jeff Orr, TAG, Trumbull Ashtabula Group Task Force

Please join us on November 19th, 2015!

Lordstown Local Schools Welcomes New Staff for 2015-2016 School Year

Lordstown Local Schools begins the year with new staff members. New staff were included in the annual Lordstown Schools Community Newsletter with the exception of some that came aboard just before the beginning of school. Mr. Colucci and Mrs. Morgan where hired just after the publication deadline for the newsletter. We welcome them to Lordstown and want to share their backgrounds with the school community. We also encourage everyone to visit the Lordstown Schools website ( ault/files/documents /Lordstown%20Schools%20Community%20Newsletter.pdf) to read about our other new staff and much more in the annual newsletter.

Joining our Social Studies staff is Mr. Phil Colucci. Mr. Colucci is a 2003 graduate of Mineral Ridge High School.  He attended YSU where he majored in History and Education. He was also the team captain for YSU's Men's Ice Hockey team.  In his spare time he enjoys golfing, boating, and spending time with friends and family.  He loves traveling and enjoys exploring new places, cultures, and foods as much as possible.  He has always wanted to be an educator and couldn't be happier to be in Lordstown.  He looks forward to each day in the classroom and making a positive impact on the lives of the student body at Lordstown.

Mrs. Morgan is a graduate of Maplewood High School and the University of Akron.  Her bachelor's degree is in chemical engineering with a biotechnology specialization.  She ran track and cross country at both Maplewood and the University of Akron.  Prior to coming to Lordstown Schools, she worked for OMNOVA Solutions as a process development engineer.  While there she gained valuable real-world experience that she hopes to use in the classroom to guide interested students to careers in STEM fields.  She is married and has a 10 month old daughter named Mya. In her spare time she loves to run and play with her daughter.

New Staff

Kindergarten Readiness Assessment FAQs - For Parents

  • Why does my child need to take the Kindergarten Readiness Assessment?

The assessment provides information for your family, as well as your teachers, to help your child learn and grow.

  • What does the assessment cover?

The kindergarten assessment covers six areas:  Social Skills (including the way students learn), Language and Literacy, Mathematics, Science, Social Studies, Physical Well-Being and Motor Development.

  • How does the assessment work?

There are three ways for child will show what he or she knows and is able to do.

Your child will:

1. Select an answer to a question.

2. Do a requested task.

Your teacher will:

3. Observe your child in school and at recess.

  • When will this assessment happen?

Ohio kindergarten teachers will have from the first day of school until Nov. 1, to complete the Kindergarten Readiness Assessment

  • If my child has a special education plan, will he or she complete the assessment?

Yes. Ohio’s Kindergarten assessment is for all children including children with disabilities.

  • How long does the Kindergarten Readiness Assessment take?

The amount of time it will take to administer, score and input assessment item data will vary from teacher-to-teacher and class-to-class.  This is because the assessment is the most efficient when teachers are able to use technology for the assessment.

  • Do all kindergarteners get tested with the Kindergarten Readiness Assessment?

No. Only first-time kindergarteners must take the Kindergarten Readiness Assessment. Children who are retained in kindergarten are not assessed.


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