Coming Up


Important Info:

Aug 12 - Classroom Placements available in Infinite Campus (grade 1-5)
Aug 14 - Meet the Teacher, 3:00-4:00
Aug 17 - 1st Day of School - NOT a late start day
  • All 1st - 5th grade
Aug 17, 18, 19 - Kindergarten Schedule
  • Last name A-L will attend 7:50-10:45
  • Last name M-Z will attend 11:50-2:50
Aug 19 - Kindergarten Class Placements available
Aug 22 - 1st full day for all Kindergarten students
Sep 1 - Back to School Night - 5:00-6:30 (see email for more information)
Sep 5 - No School, Labor Day


Front of Louisville Elementary School

The story of the bell...

The iconic bell in front of Louisville Elementary School has become a hallmark of many first and last day of school photos, but did you know the history of the bell dates back over 140 years?

The Louisville History Museum researched the history of the bell and shared their findings with us. It is strongly believed the bell dates back to 1881, which is the year that the Louisville Grade School at Spruce and Jefferson opened. This is now the site of Memory Square Park. Local historian Carolyn Conarroe did research and states in her book "Louisville Legends" that the bell dates back to 1881. Also, the bell can be seen in the school's bell tower in historic photos that are from before 1903, which is the year that the school was remodeled and enlarged. This makes the bell one of the oldest artifacts from Louisville's history, as Louisville was founded in 1878 and incorporated in 1882. The bell was manufactured by Goulds Mfg. Co. of Seneca Falls, NY. It is 33 inches in diameter and weighs approximately 700 pounds. When Louisville Elementary School opened its doors in 1964, the bell was relocated to the front of the building. Now our community can enjoy this piece of Louisville history each time they visit our school!

Read more about the history of the Louisville Grade School, the famous bell, and the construction of Louisville Elementary School by reading the Fall 2021 edition of the Louisville Historian. 

Louisville Historian Fall 2021

District and School News

Superior Kinder

Superior Elementary, along with other schools across the country, committed to make the last week in January a special one, by participating in the Great Kindness Challenge. The week encourages schools to create a culture of kindness by engaging students, staff and families in random acts of kindness, large and small. 

Read More about Superior Elementary hosts Great Kindness Challenge, gives thanks to community following a difficult year