(Louisville, Ohio) – The Louisville City School district planning to offer two learning formats for students for the upcoming school year.
Officials announced recently that students and staff will return to school in a traditional format, with appropriate safety measures, five days per week. “We strongly believe the traditional school format is the best learning model for most students,” they explained in a statement. Additionally, officials indicated they will also offer an online learning option through the Leopard Virtual Academy for families and students who are not able to or choose not to return to the traditional format at this time.
Parents should expect to receive an email with a link to the FinalForms document today (7/24/2020). A full breakdown of all the safety and other guidelines that will be implemented can be found by viewing the 2020-2021 Reset Restart Plan Presentation. Additionally, a list of frequently asked questions and answers can be viewed here.
The district has also created a video detailing the Leopard Local Virtual Academy option for students based on a K-5 and 6-12 grade levels approach.
If you have a question or comment about the school reopening plans, please share it with us at
tinyurl.com/LCSD20-21Questions. We will answer questions submitted and add to our Frequently Asked Questions document.