Locust Corner Elementary School

Upcoming Events

May 2021

3          District MAP Testing Begins

4          PTO Virtual Meeting- 6:30PM

5          Late Start (School Begins at 9:55AM)

6          Student Council Meeting- 3:30PM

10        District DIBELS Testing Begins

12        Late Start (School Begins at 9:55AM)

19        Late Start (School Begins at 9:55AM)

21        Last Day for Students (Cafeteria Closed/Pack Lunch)

21        Field Day

21        Final Report Cards Go Home

LCE News

Locust Corner Mystery Readers Inspire

When it comes to investigating mysteries, the students in the Locust Corner Elementary School second grade classrooms of Erica Schulte, Jana Sandlin, and Leigh Fritz have plenty of practice. To continue reading, click on MORE.
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NREVSD will offer Summer School

Thanks to state and federal dollars, New Richmond Exempted Village School District is offering summer school for students who fell behind due to the pandemic. Last week, the Board of Education hired a principal to oversee summer school. To continue reading, click on MORE.
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First Lions Pride Mini Grants Recipients announced

A STEM project, a Naturescape playground project, and two projects focused on providing support to students in the areas of attention and focus are the first recipients of the new Lions Pride Innovation Mini Grants Program. To continue reading, click on MORE.
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Kindergarten, Preschool Registration Now Open

Registration for Preschool and Kindergarten begins April 1, 2021, for New Richmond Exempted Village School District. To register your child, visit our district’s Registration page on our website at https://www.nrschools.org/StudentRegistration.aspx

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Coronavirus pandemic: The year that challenged us all

When it comes to crisis and disaster response, school administrators are well-trained. Even so, their crisis/disaster response skills were pushed to the limit last year as Ohio schools made a hard pivot to remote learning due to the arrival of the coronavirus pandemic. Over the last 12 months, school districts have seen beloved traditions upended. However, with the support of engaged families and community members, they’ve continued to devise ways to keep students engaged in meaningful learning while keeping virus spread in check.

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Meet February's Leading Lions

District teachers and staff going above and beyond their typical duties earned the praise of the New Richmond Board of Education during the February meeting in the form of Leading Lion recognition.


The entire food service team earned the praise of the Board and Superintendent Tracey Miller after Food Service Director Brenda Young nominated them for recognition. Click on MORE to continue reading.

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Calamity Day Turns Pay-It-Forward Day

Weather permitting, calamity days are a fun-filled day of wintertime activities such as sledding. Oftentimes, it’s also a day filled with opportunities to help family and neighbors. It was this model New Richmond Exempted Village School District Superintendent Tracey Miller encouraged students and staff to embrace during a rare Feb. 16 calamity day. Click on "More" to continue reading.

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Relaunch of Text Message for Families, Staff

New Richmond Exempted Village School District is relaunching text message service. For more information, click on MORE.
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Kindergarten Registration

Click HERE for information on this year's Kindergarten Registration! 

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