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1001 N Leavitt Rd, Leavittsburg, OH 44430-9644  Phone (330) 898-0800  Fax (330) 898-6112

LaBrae News


LaBrae Middle School Student Qualifies for State Competition

LaBrae student, Sydney Pearce, has qualified for State Competition.  For more detail follow: https://goo.gl/N6Axjs

Medication Pickup

Parents, inhalers & Epi Pens will be sent home with students on the last day of school.  All other medications must be picked up by an adult no later than June 3rd 2pm.  Any medication not picked up by then will be discarded.  Thank you, Mrs. Harper

Title I 2016 survey for Parents of Elementary, Intermediate and Middle School students

Title I school wide is a federal program designed to help all students reach high academic standards.  The purpose of this questionnaire is to gather information on how well the school communicates with parents.  Please take a few minutes to respond to the questions below.  Your feedback will be used to improve parent communication and parent involvement activities at the school.  Suggestions on how we can better help students at school and at home are welcome.  Thank you in advance for providing your input.

Title I 2016 survey for Parents of Elementary, Intermediate and Middle School students

End of the year report cards for High School and Middle School Students

If you would like your child’s end-of-the-year report card mailed home, provided all fees are paid, please provide a self-addressed stamped envelope to the appropriate main office.  Please include your child’s name in the bottom left hand corner on the front of the envelope.  Otherwise, report cards can be picked up and fees can be paid in the main offices from June 2-7 from 9:00 – 11:30 a.m. and then again from 12:30 – 2:00 p.m.  Beginning June 8, report cards, paying of fees, copies of blank physical forms and work permits can be picked up in the Treasurer’s Office.  Have a great summer break!

7th and 12th Grade Immunization Requirements

Parents, please be aware there are new immunization requirements for students entering 7th and 12th grades in 2016.  Please see the details in the PDF below.  Immunization records for ALL new students and students entering 7th and 12th grades are due by September 30, 2016.  If you have questions, please email sharron [dot] harperatlabrae [dot] school (Mrs. Harper.)  Make your appointments early to avoid the rush at the start of school.  Thank you.

See also Kindergarten required immunizations.

Early Entrance Into Kindergarten

LaBrae residents who have a child that turns five years old after August 1st but before December 31, 2016 may apply for screening to be considered for early entrance into kindergarten.  The needed forms can be found below or in the Bascom Elementary School office.  The completed referral form, early entrance surveys, and proof of residency should be turned in to the Bascom office or the Superintendent’s office.  Please refer any questions to the Bascom Principal, margaret [dot] kowachatlabrae [dot] school (subject: Re%3A%20Early%20Entrance%20Into%20Kindergarten) (Maggie Kowach), at 330-898-3041.

Track Open for Walking

The track will be open for walking beginning Thursday, March 17. The track is open on days school is in session from 6:30 AM until dusk.

Open Enrollment is closed for the 2016-2017 School Year

Open Enrollment registration is now closed for the 2016-2017 School Year.

2016-2017 Kindergarten Registration

Kindergarten registration for the 2016-2017 school year is currently being held for children living in the LaBrae School District.  All children must be 5 years old by August 1, 2016.  Please keep in mind summer is quickly approaching and in order to register your child before summer break you will need to register before June 10, 2016.   Please contact the Bascom Office (330) 898-3041 to set an appointment. School hours are from 8:15 a.m. until 3:30 p.m. and appointments will be scheduled between those times. No evening appointments will be scheduled.

See the following PDF for more information:

Things You Should Know About Charter Schools

The charter school industry siphons approximately $1 billion a year from the traditional public schools across the State of Ohio; traditional public schools that are far superior in their academic performance on Ohio's School Report Card.  Do you value the public education your children receive?  Do you expect your tax dollars to be used prudently?  Should LaBrae taxpayers continue to subsidize the poorly performing charter industry?  Want to become more informed on this issue?  Review the attachment below and visit the following link for more information:  Charter Schools: A Failed Experiment!

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