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Loudonville-Perrysville School Foundation

We exist to support and enhance the educational opportunities for students of the Loudonville-Perrysville School District.

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Tax Deductible

The Loudonville-Perrysville School Foundation (LPSF) was incorporated on January 7, 2008, and we are classified by the Internal Revenue Service as a charitable 501(c)(3) organization. Because of this classification, donations made to LPSF are tax deductible.

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Annual Senior Project

Starting in the year 2000, and for each year since then, a group of supporters has worked with the Loudonville High School seniors on a variety of "Senior Projects."  These projects have been diverse, but always strive to "do good things" in the community, and to raise money for the benefit of the Loudonville-Perrysville Schools.

 
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Robotics team
Along with three LPSF Trustees, members of the LHS Robotics teams proudly show off their machines. The Foundation assisted with a 2018 grant that helped the team compete in many tournaments, including the World Championship in Louisville, Kentucky.
eBooks and eReaders
The 2014 LPSF grant purchased eReaders and eBooks for the school library. Two students are using these devices as Librarian Julie Seboe looks on.
Students with whiteboards
In this picture from our 2010 newsletter, four C.E. Budd students demonstrate the use of whiteboards. Grants from the Foundation helped to purchase whiteboard equipment in the years 2007, 2008, and 2010.
Students holding Madagascar cockroaches
One of the Foundation's first Teacher Mini-Grants brought the Columbus Zoo for a program at McMullen Elementary School in 2018. In this picture two McMullen students are holding Madagascar cockroaches.
Bracelet from 3D printer
The 2013 LPSF grant purchased two 3D printers. Ben Burge, L-P School Computer Technician, shows off a red bracelet he "printed" for L-P School Treasurer Marie Beddow during a presentation he made for the Loudonville Rotary Club.
Supporting our Schools & Students

Since the year 2001, the L-P Schools have received grants of $93,238. These grants are the result of many generous gifts from 1,168 donors, as well as 20 consecutive "Senior Projects" organized by the graduating classes and assisted by the L-P School Foundation.

 

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