Vision Statement

All Louisville Municipal School District students will graduate ready for college and/or career success.

Mission Statement:
The Louisville Municipal School District provides educational opportunities to meet the needs of students with various backgrounds and abilities. 

Every Child -- Every Chance -- Every Day










2020-2021 Vacancy Announcements

Applications can be completed by accessing:

https://www.applitrack.com/louisville/onlineapp/

LMSD Vacancies


Vacancy




Louisville High School Class of 2020 Graduation

Noxapater Class of 2020 Graduation

Nanih Waiya Class of 2020 Graduation

 

LMSD Honor Graduates


Louisville High School

Nanih Waiya Honors
Nanih Waiya
Attendance Center


 

    
Noxapater
Attendance Center






LMSD Annual Report

LMSD Strategic Plan


The Louisville Municipal School District complies with all federal and state laws and regulations in employment and in the delivery of educational services.  The district does not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin or ancestry, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, age, marriage, homeless, veteran status, or disability.  This applies to all educational programs and extracurricular activities.  Inquires associated with Title VI, Title IX, and/or accommodations for disabled employees, the public accessibility of facilities and programs should be directed to Kyle Hammond, at 662-773-3411.  Inquiries regarding the application of Section 504 Rehabilitation Act/Americans with Disability Act should be directed to Mavis Crawford, Director of Special Education, at 662-773-4010.  This act relates to students with disabilities who are not eligible for Special Education.  The individuals may be personally contacted at the central office located at 891 South Columbus Ave.  The mailing address is P.O. box 909, Louisville, MS  39339.

Louisville Municipal School District
PO Box 909
Louisville, MS 39339