Locust Corner Elementary School
3431 Locust Corner Rd.
Cincinnati, OH 45245
P 513-752-1432
F 513-752-0611
Upcoming Events

Upcoming Events


19 3rd Grade Musical Performance-7PM

23 Charlie Brown Thanksgiving Feast

25-27 Thanksgiving Break

30 Canned Food Drive Begins


1 State Testing-3rd Grade-Lang. Arts

7 PTO Meeting-7PM

8 PTO Santa Shop Begins

10 Canned Food Drive Ends

10 Holiday Concert- 7PM

11 PTO Santa Shop Ends

11 GATES District Performance Night at LCE-Library

15 Student Council Meeting

15 6th Grade Service Project- Steamboat Trails

16 Spelling Bee Final Round

18 End of 2nd Quarter/Last Day Before Break

18 Classroom Holiday Parties- 2PM

LCE News
All District scores above state cut in 2015
The New Richmond Exempted Village School District scored above the state established cut scores in all 2015 Ohio State Assessments for grades 3-8 in Reading, Math, English Language Arts and Social Studies and over the state cut in 2015 end of course exams in preliminary results released Nov. 20 by the Ohio Department of Education. 
NREVSD finances face uncertain future
The New Richmond Exempted Village School District continues to see strong results in its cash balance which increased by $800,000 to $22,721,308 in fiscal year 2015, but faces an uncertain future according to the district’s 5-year forecast submitted to the state. “As we move forward, there are some known concerns as well as a great deal of uncertainty regarding other matters,” NREVSD interim treasurer Mike Mowery said in the summary of his 5-year district financial forecast approved by the Board of Education at its October meeting.  
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Be sure to follow @NREVSD on Twitter from your Smartphone, Tablet or Computer! Our Staff is actively sharing photos, videos, events, news and information on Twitter each and every school day.
NRHS craft show seeking vendors
New Richmond High School will host its annual craft fair from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 21. 
“We are looking for a wide variety of vendors and visitors to join us for this event, which raises money for our marching band and for Lions Reach Out, a small charity that helps out needy families during the holidays,” said NRHS teacher Sue Griffin. ““We have lots of vendors with unique, affordable products. Everything from soap to jewelry to homemade treats will be featured.”  
Chromebook Parent Purchase Program

Dear Parents,

I am writing to inform you of an exciting opportunity for Students in Grades 3-12! Our District has been working towards purposeful integration of technology into the curriculum areas...  

NREVSD joins group to oppose mandates
The New Richmond Exempted Village School District has joined 40 other Greater Cincinnati school districts in forming the Greater Cincinnati School Advocacy Network to lobby Ohio legislators to scale back on unfunded mandates returning local control to education. “By joining the Greater Cincinnati School Advocacy Network we hope to encourage parents, educators and community leaders to contact their legislators to eliminate unfunded mandates. We would like to see reductions in testing time, data-collection requirements and teacher evaluation programs and return local control to schools,” explained New Richmond Supt. Adam Bird.  
NR School Board opposes marijuana issue
The Board of Education of the New Richmond Exempted Village School District passed a resolution at its Sept. 21 meeting opposing Ohio Issue 3, the proposed constitutional amendment that would legalize the use of marijuana in the state of Ohio.  
BOE asks for override of budget veto
The Board of Education of the New Richmond Exempted Village School District passed a resolution at its September 21 meeting asking legislative representatives to sponsor and pass override legislation to Ohio Gov. John Kasich’s veto of PUTPP Reimbursements for FY17 which will cost the district more than $700,000. PUTPP Reimbursements are payments Ohio makes to public school districts for local tax losses resulting from deregulation of public utility industry in 2001 that culminated in the lowering of the assessment rates of some public utility tangible properties from 88% to 25%. New Richmond originally received $8.1 million per year but has lost $1 million per year prior to the current biennial budget.  
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