Monday, December 23, 2013

LHS Band and 3A State Champs in Christmas Parade

CAPPS Program

The CAPPS after-school program is currently in its fifth year of service to the students in the Louisville Municipal School District. Students in grades five through 12 continue to receive tutorial services for mathematics and reading. Students attending the CAPPS program also have the opportunity to complete art projects, participate in various learning games, develop good character through character education, and participate in PE activities. 

 CAPPS meets Monday-Thursday from 2:45-3:00 and is open to all students in grades five through 12 in the Louisville Municipal School District. Students attending Grace Christian School and Winston Academy are also eligible to attend the CAPPS program.

CAPPS will not meet during the Christmas break, but will resume on Wednesday, January 8, 2014. The CAPPS staff would like thank the parents of our students for their continued support, and we want to wish each of our students and their families a Happy Holiday Season. For more information about the CAPPS After-school Program, contact our office at 662-773-2035.

Tuesday, December 10, 2013

Wildcats Win 8th State Championship

Louisville High School Wildcats bring home the 8th state championship trophy. This is the first time in the history of LHS for the team to win a state championship with an undefeated season. GO WILDCATS!!!!!!

Monday, December 2, 2013

Wildcats Win North Half State Championship!!!!

The Louisville High School Wildcats won the North Half State Championship Friday, November 29, 2013. This is the first football season since 1971 that the team has had an undefeated season. The Wildcats will be playing for the 3A State Championship this Saturday, December 7, 2013 at 11:00 a.m. Tickets can be purchased in the LHS office starting Tuesday, December 3, 2013. Tickets will be $12.00. Please support our Wildcats!!!





Thursday, November 14, 2013

LHS Participates in Veterans' Day Event

The Louisville High School Band and JROTC students recently attended a patriotic celebration honoring
and remembering veterans. During this celebration, flags were placed on the Hwy 15 bypass. Thanks to the City of Louisville and The Lions Club for including our students.

Tuesday, November 5, 2013

What's Happening at LHS Today!



Chemistry students learning lab safety while using Bunsen burners!



Physics students built parachutes to test air drag!

LHS Band Competes in Ms Marching Band Championships

The Louisville High School Marching Band competed in the 2013 Mississippi Marching Band Championships Saturday, November 2, 2013 at Clinton High School. The band placed 3rd in class 3A and received the bronze medal. Ten bands, from all over the state, qualified for the preliminary portion of the championships. Five bands were chosen for the finals performance. The LHS band placed in every caption in the special awards portion of the contest. The championships are sponsored by the Mississippi High School Activities Association and Mississippi Bandmasters Association.
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Monday, November 4, 2013

Active Parent Month

November is "Active Parent" month at the Family Center. This workshop will assist parents with the new link on our school web-site called "ACTIVE PARENT". The link can be used to give parents access to their child's grades,attendance,and discipline. The counselors will provide information on how to access this link and navigate the tools on ACTIVE PARENT.


Pre-K - 6th Grade Parents                                            
November 7, 2013                                                      
Family Center                                                              
5:00 P.M. - 6:00 P.M.                                                  
"Active Parent Workshop"                                            
Presenters: Madison Brantley                                        
                Tammy Parkes


7th - 12th Grade Parents
November 14, 2013
Family Center
5:00 P.M. - 6:00 P.M.
"Active Parent Workshop"
Presenters: Samaria Hudson
                Tomeka Walker

Thursday, October 31, 2013

Students Testing Newton's 3rd Law of Motion in Physics Class


Reading Fair Winners!

Dawson Mitchell winner in the individual fiction category.

Jasmire Pledge winner in the individual non- fiction category



Zoria Nicholson and Samantha Wilson winners in the  fiction group category

Wednesday, October 30, 2013

Literary Pumpkins

Students in Mrs. Poole's Accelerated English II class created "Literary Pumpkins". Upon completion of a reading assignment, students were asked to design a pumpkin related to their story.

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Thursday, October 24, 2013

We Are Busy at Louisville High School!!

Mrs. Haynes Drug Ed class had a special speaker, Mr. John King. He strongly encouraged students to make right choices, to stay strong and not fall victim to the lies that dealing or using drugs tell.






Tate Kellogg is working hard to prepare students for the ACT in an ACT Prep Workshop.





Mr. Teske's Physics class are testing the effects of air resistance by dropping paper from the stadium and recording the results observed.

Graduation is Not That Far Away - Time to Order Cap/Gowns/Invitations

Orders for cap and gown and graduation invitations should be placed Friday October 25th during 4th period. An $80.00 deposit is due at this time.

Tuesday, October 22, 2013

Patriotic Pumpkins at Louisville High!!

Mrs. Fulton's U.S. History class recently had a competition to see who could design the most patriotic pumpkin.
Winners were: Ty Fulton, Labrisha Clark, Meghin
Smith and (not pictured) Dustin Jackson


Sunday, October 13, 2013

Sangster and Roberts Selected for All Star Game

Louisville High School's Wyatt Roberts and Jeremy Sangster have been chosen to play in the Mississippi Alabama Alll Star Game.

Tuesday, October 8, 2013

Important Upcoming Dates At Louisville High School

October 10 - School Day Picture retake and make up senior portrait day.
Photographers will be at the school at 8:00 a.m.
October 16 - LMSD College/Career Fair starts at 8:00 a.m. in the LHS cafeteria.
October 21 - Parent/Teacher Conference from 3:00 - 6:00 p.m.
Report cards may be picked up from 3:00 - 6:00
October 23 - ASVAB administration
October 24 - ACT Prep Workshop
October 26 - ACT administration

Friday, October 4, 2013

Students Show Their Spirit as They "Pink Out"

LHS students showing their spirit for the October 4th "Pink Out" game! It's Breast Cancer Awareness Month and students were asked to wear pink Oct. 4th.

Wednesday, October 2, 2013

Ladies and Gentlemen - The Louisville High School Band 2013-2014

The Louisville High School Marching Band is scheduled to perform at the Region 3 Marching Festival in Meridian at 12:45 on October 12. Let's Cheer Them On !!!!!!!  Here's the schedule:

http://www.misshsaa.com/GeneralInfo/NewsAnnouncements/tabid/97/articleType/ArticleView/articleId/1400/Marching-band-festival-schedules.aspx
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Check out our Band Page - click here

Here is your 2013-2014 Lady Wildcats Slow Pitch Softball Team

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check out their schedule on our Athletics page- click here

Louisville High School's Student Body Officers for 2013-2014

President - Dasha Harrington
Vice- President - Jordan Maury
Secretary - Jon McAdory

Sunday, September 29, 2013

Open Letter to Parents/Guardians on New Rules on Attendance

This information was provided by Louisville Elementary Principal Belinda Swart but applies to all students and schools in the District.


Dear Parents or Guardians:
The Mississippi legislature enacted House Bill #1530 during the 2013 Session that states a student absent for more than 37% of his/her unique instruction day is to be considered absent for the entire school day.  
“MDE has interpreted that the intent of the House Bill NO.1530 is to calculate 63% of the individual student’s instruction day, not 63% of the school’s instructional day.  Each individual student’s instructional day will vary based upon the local school board’s policy for early release of high school students, IEPs, dual cred/dual enrollment, participation in extra-curricular activities, etc.”
Throughout a student’s school day, most of the student’s time is spent being instructed.  However, there are a few exceptions such as recess, lunch, and between classes.  Depending upon the grade and teacher, each child has a different instructional schedule.  Basically, in order to be considered present, a child must be in attendance for 63% of their instructional day.  If not, a child will be considered absent.
Also, please notice that the Louisville Municipal School District handbook policy clearly states that a parent or guardian cannot sign a student out of school after 2:00 without proof of a doctor’s appointment.  Please make sure you are following the policy.  
Thanks for your help.

Friday, September 27, 2013

Showing Some Homecoming Spirit at LHS!!!

Teachers and students were asked to show their spirit by decorating their classroom doors and creating a field exhibit for the Homecoming game against Columbus.
Mrs. Jackie Hathorn's door won first place. The 9th grade class field exhibit won first place. Congratulations!

1st Place Door

1st Place Field Exhibit

Ms Higginbotham Recognized by Walmart and the District at Teacher's Reception

Walmart teamed up with the Louisville Municipal School District to recognize and reward teachers with their 2013 Teachers Reward Program.  The nationwide program rewards teachers from 3rd grade to 8th for their excellence in the classroom. The District kicked in for Ms. Carol Higginbotham for her great work at Louisville High: Congrats to Ms Higginbotham and thanks for all you do!!
Gwenita Mays from Walmart, Ms. Higginbotham and Superintendent McMullan

Thursday, September 26, 2013

Tuesday, September 10, 2013

What are LHS Students Doing Today?


Students, Victoria Burt and Taylor Yarbrough, are pictured giving blood at the Student Council sponsored Blood Drive.











Mrs. Mays's English classes are busy doing research in the library.












Mr. Teske's Physics students are finding density of irregular objects!



See LHS 2013 Homecoming Court


Freshman Maid: Monifah Haynes and Grace Yarbrough
Sophomore Maid: Jordan Sellers and Zoria Nicholson
Junior Maid: Raven Minor and Faith Yarbrough
Senior Maid: Nydia Thames and Aries Miller
Ladies in Waiting: Taylor Yarbrough and Dasha Harrington

Homecoming Queen: Latesha Yarbrough

Tuesday, September 3, 2013

Students Carry Mississippi Glowing Cross for Christ September 8th-9th 2013

 October 27th, 2013 marks the 20th anniversary of Mission Mississippi, a racial and denominational reconciliation ministry based in Jackson. To celebrate, Mission Mississippi asked the Fellowship of Christian Athletes to team up to tackle the huge vision of carrying a lighted cross across the entire state of Mississippi on foot. On August 7th at the steps of the Capitol, beginning with the Governor, the cross began its journey across the state. Making its way through all 82 counties in 82 days, the cross stops at each county for a service and a ceremonial passing of the cross. The cross, designed by Nissan to be lightweight and lighted, will make its way through the state, carried by the students of local Fellowship of Christian Athlete (FCA) chapters, and will come full circle back around to Jackson for a statewide rally on October 27th. The rally will be held at Veterans Memorial Stadium at 5:00 PM and every county is invited and encouraged to come. The schedule as local students carry the cross through Winston County follows:

Friday, August 30, 2013

LHS Review Staff Updates - Soccer and Football News

This year the Louisville High School soccer team is in region three of the three A division. Coach Catchot also said, “The boys have very high hopes of making playoffs in the soccer team history.” Coach Catchot also said, “The girls are looking very promising this year.” The soccer season officially starts October 19. The first game is on November 9. There are twenty games total and eight

LHS Softball!!

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Jeremy Sangster - Go Wildcats!!

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LHS Review Staff Article - Meet Our New Teachers

I would like to introduce one of our new teachers, Miss Brandy Burnett. She is from Louisville, MS. She is not married, has no children and is 32 years old. She got her Bachelors and Masters Degree at Mississippi State University. The reason she became a teacher is the great teachers she had in high school. She has always wanted to be a Biology Teacher.


Our newest teacher is Mrs. Jamie Allison Walters.

Thursday, August 29, 2013

Your Louisville High School 2013 Wildcats!!

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LHS Review Staff Article - Technology Student Association

Technology Student Association

TSA? What is it for? TSA members are a select group of students who have multiple technology skills and have taken a technology class. Sponsors and teachers motivate you to learn and use your brain. The challenges of using technology in new ways to create short films, design planes, bridges, and create a real video game can be very stressing, but the competitions make it worth the stress. Coming from members, TSA is a warm, happy family that may be small, but the love is real. Mrs. Jernigan as advisor and Ms. Mays as the sponsor inspire each and every member to work hard and have fun while accomplishing their goals.

LHS Review Staff Article - JROTC

JROTC

What is JROTC? What does it do for its students and how can it benefit students for the future? Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps is an amazing program that teaches and nurtures its cadets into a working progress for greatness. Learning how to march, drill, ceremonies, physical training and team building. Manners and discipline are most important in any cadet’s training. Starting off the new school year, the new recruits alongside its veterans are all relearning the basics not only for the newbies but also for its senior members. The challenge, learning environment, and respect they receive keep them coming back for more. The program under the leadership of both Sergeant Rogers and Colonel Clark has its students marching on the right path.

2013 Homecoming Court

Congrats to our LHS Homecoming Court

Freshman Maid: Monifah Haynes and Grace Yarbrough
Sophomore Maid: Jordan Sellers and Zoria Nicholson
Junior Maid: Raven Minor and Faith Yarbrough
Senior Maid: Nydia Thames and Aries Miller
Ladies in Waiting: Taylor Yarbrough and Dasha Harrington

Homecoming Queen: Latesha Yarbrough

LHS Cheerleaders Ready for a State Title

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Friday, August 23, 2013

MSU and LMSD to Announce Grant Funding

On Monday, August 26, 2013, The College of Education at Mississippi State University and the Louisville Municipal School District will hold a press conference announcing new grant funding for the Louisville Municipal School District in partnership with the College of Education at Mississippi State University at 5:00 p.m.at the Louisville Municipal School District’s Central Office. A reception honoring Dr. Susan Gregory Dillard will immediately follow the press conference.

Saturday, August 10, 2013

Midnight Madness at LHS

Great crowd at Friday Night's Midnight Madness at R.E. Hinze Stadium!! We are ready for a GREAT SEASON!! Thanks, everyone for coming out.

Wednesday, August 7, 2013

Meet the Wildcats at Midnight!!

Events start at 10:30 on Friday night (August 9) as we introduce all our fall sports teams at R. E. Hinze Stadium. The Junior High Wildcats will hold a short scrimmage and the varsity will hit the field in a maroon and white scrimmage at midnight. Come on out and support our #1 ranked Cats as we kick off the season.

Admission is $2 and concessions will be available.

Monday, August 5, 2013

Test Post for Web/Twitter Connectivity

This post is a test of Louisville High School's connection between our webpage at  http://www.louisvillehigh.com and our twitter account. Web page updates will now forward to Twitter for our followers.

Wednesday, July 31, 2013

Great Year Ahead!!!


Welcome back to all our students. We are looking forward to a great year ahead!!

Contact Us

Louisville High School
200 Ivy Avenue
Louisville, MS 39339


662-773-3431 Office
662-773-4017 Fax
662-773-4014 Athletic dept
662-779-0100 JROTC