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Posted Wednesday, October 31, 2018

HSTW Ohio Network, a not for profit organization supporting High Schools That Work (HSTW) and Making Middle Grades Work (MMGW), is the recipient of the Army Education Outreach Program (AEOP) Renewal Strategic Outreach Grant managed by Battelle. This grant will support the Rural STEM Collaborative (RSC) of Black River, Mapleton, New London, Northwestern, and Wellington School Districts.

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Posted Tuesday, October 16, 2018

Let me be the first to welcome our students back from a much-deserved summer vacation to the start of this new school year. Last year was one of the most successful years that our district has experienced in a long time. Although we have a rich tradition of excellence, last year will stand out as one of our best.

Providing the best educational opportunity as possible is always the main goal of our district. As the Mission statement for our Districts states:

The Mission of the New London Local Schools is to work with and unite community resources to provide continuously improving academic, extracurricular, and work-related programs designed so that all students can achieve a successful level of performance.

In reflecting on last year’s successes, it’s clear we met the mission of our District. Yet, as the Mission Statement shares, our District strives to continuously improve our programs. The District is continuing its implementation of a series of web-based platforms to enhance student learning and enrichment in Math and English. This year the Elementary will launch its “One Book, One School program. The High School is stepping into the world of STEM Education with its Biomedical program and the Middle School is furthering its development of student centered opportunities. These programs will continue to provide a more comprehensive and consistent education for our students. In addition, New London will continue programs that we launched in previous years such as our partnership with LCCC for College Credit Plus, the Digital Academy, PikMyKids, Remind, iReady, No Red Ink, and Google Apps for Education, to name a few.

When students arrive on August 28th for class, they will be welcomed by some exciting new changes. As I’ve shared with parents through email, we are launching a new digital learning program that will provide Chromebooks for all NL students in grades 3rd through 12th. Our new School Nurse, Mrs. Chrissy Kiley will provide top notch care for our students. Our Library redesign is taking shape which will provide a wealth of books and information for our students in an inviting and modern space. Finally, new security upgrades will to our school building will provide a safe and secure learning environment for both our students and staff.

On behalf of the teachers, staff, and administration we are excited to start a new school year and build on the success of this past year. If you have any questions regarding anything associated with New London Local Schools, please contact my office via email or phone.

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Posted Wednesday, August 15, 2018
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Posted Sunday, August 12, 2018
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