The Louisa County Public Schools’ Summer Feeding Program kicks off June 11 through July 31. File Photo
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Doreen Kaiser (l) received the William G. Thomas Educator of the Year Award, and Cheryl Seay (r) received the Chuck L. Tingler MVP Award.
The schools are buying 127 acres south and west of the middle and high schools to make room for a future career and technical education building and more school bus parking. The total cost to purchase the two properties is $500,000.
The Louisa County High School Envirothon team consists of (front row, l to r) Gwyneth Swan, Moriah Moss and Shayla Carter, and (back row, l to r) Coach Jake Sarmiento, Gordon “Buddy” Alexander, Tyler Gibson, Tavon Whalen, Jacob Barlow, Coach Kim Jancaitis-Martinak, Coach Logan Horne.
Through a division-wide vote and a nomination process that involved Louisa County Public Schools students, staff and community members, six certified employees and seven classified employees have been honored for their excellent work.
Jakayla Ragland (l) asks Louisa County High School seniors Hayden Bunting and Cayden Apple-Hollins to sign a petition which she plans to take to the school board to appeal the school’s dress code.
Max Montana practices a speech in front of his teammates in preparation for the VHSL Class 4 state championship this Saturday at Clover Hill High School.
Moriah Moss plays the role of the beloved character, The Cat in the Hat, the story’s narrator in “Seussical: The Musical” playing in the Alan Jackson Theater at the high School Friday, Saturday and Sunday.Photo courtesy of Louisa County Public Schools
Raises for teachers, classified employees and administrative staff at Louisa County Public Schools, as well as the addition of several new positions are on the table for next year’s school budget.
Surrounding Miss Louisa 2019 Taylor Talley (c) are from left, second runner-up Nicole Harlow, first runner-up Jayde Tucker, Miss Louisa 2018 Carley Knight and Miss Congeniality Jessica Faith Hopkins.
Louisa County High School’s speech team of Ashton Lonce (l-r), Hannah Gissing, Max Montana, Cameron Horton, Megan Hall, Tyler McDaniel, Anjelina Watson and India Bachelor placed second in the Super Region 4B tournament at Chancellor High School on March 2. Montana, Hall, McDaniel and Bachelo…
Jouett Elementary School student Owen Yarrington (c) won the 2019 Black History Trivia Contest sponsored by The Kerry Wynn Why Not Me Foundation Tuesday. Behind him are Jouett Elementary School Principal Justin Griggs (l) and NFL player Kerry Wynn (r).(Photo by Louisa County Public Schools)
Caitlyn Davis, of Tammy Brown’s cosmetology class, provided guests of the CTE Showcase with hair cuts and styles and hand massages Feb. 22, 2018, as members of the community came to see which technical and vocational skills were being taught at Louisa County High School’s Career and Technica…
Louisa County Middle School student Danielle Gordon displays a heart she filled out for the Rainbow of Confidence project designed to help students learn to appreciate themselves. By the end of lunch period on Feb. 12, a stack of hearts several inches thick had been collected at the school.
Layaunna Burruss, a student in Jessica Mehlhaff’s third-grade classroom at Trevilians Elementary School, reads from the book she published. Her book was one of 12 chosen for publication.
Sal Anile meets every week at Louisa County Middle School with Katherine Rice, who has been a mentor to him since he was in the second grade.
Connor Stanton and Jack Bono learned how to input commands into small mice robots to help them navigate a maze as part of Thomas Jefferson Elementary School’s STEAM night activities.
Dozens of students, parents and community members attended Louisa County Middle School’s Financial Fitness Night on Jan. 9. Attendees enjoyed a potluck dinner.
Louisa County Public Schools students have missed six full school days in the first semester, largely due to weather-related factors. In addition, they have also experienced four two-hour delays and an early dismissal.
Troy Wade, chairman of the Louisa County Board of Supervisors, speaks with a group of students at Thomas Jefferson Elementary School who made a sign listing the various initiatives at their school in which they are grateful.
Bo Bundrick (l), director of Louisa County Public Schools’ Career and Technical Education department, and Jack Besley (r) of Besley Implements, watch as Louisa County High School senior Dakota Dabney works on a lawnmower.
Emily Greer (l to r), Emily Phelps and Henry Phillips perform a scene in the one-act play “Mother Courage and her Children,” collecting a first-place Region 4B win for the Louisa County High School MainStage Theatre students in the process. Greer won first place for her performance and Phelp…
Members of the Louisa County High School Armed Services Club practice before a football game. School administrators are seeking approval from the U.S. Air Force to start a JROTC program for students who plan a career in the military.
If you were to walk into your child’s bedroom today, would you know how to identify signs of potential high-risk behaviors?
Louisa County High School senior Johnathan Taylor beams with pride as he writes out the day’s schedule at the Betty Queen Intergenerational Center.
Lea Knuepper (l) of Duisberg, Germany, is greeted by Amy Meadows at Richmond International Airport upon her arrival to the United States in August as an exchange student at Louisa County High School.
Ellie Winnery, project manager for Lowe’s Heroes, helps Thomas Jefferson Elementary School Principal Dr. Bill Caten put topsoil into one of the new raised beds.
Preston Budd and Tamara Talley (front) with coach Donna Love, hold the second-place trophy from regional competition that advanced them to state participation.
Meghan Hamm, president of the Central Region of the Virginia Art Education Association, presents Avery with a framed copy of the program with her artwork.
Jouett Elementary School music teacher Holly Ivancic (l to r) and Principal Justin Grigg happily accept a $5,000 check from Michael and Son Services president Basim Mansour and his son, Tamir. The school won the company’s annual jingle contest in the Charlottesville market.
The Louisa County School Board got its first peek at the proposed $66.2 million school budget for FY 2017-18 at its meeting on Jan. 6.