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Roy W. Loudon Elementary School was dedicated and began to serve students in 1989. The school was named for Roy W. Loudon who was a long-time member of the Board of Trustees in the Panama-Buena Vista Union School District. He was a beekeeper in the community and was responsible for the first written history of the District. He was regarded as a man of integrity who was dedicated to the school children of the community. Loudon students, the Leopards, are proud of their school’s namesake and work hard to live up to his high standards. Roy W. Loudon Elementary School is one of eighteen elementary schools in the Panama-Buena Vista Union School District. Loudon School has earned a reputation in the community as an outstanding educational institution and is known for meeting the special learning needs of each student.
Roy W. Loudon School supports and strives to promote the concept of excellence as defined by the Panama-Buena Vista School District. Our mission is to support student learning by maintaining a safe and orderly campus environment that is physically and mentally healthy. Within this environment, there exists a classroom setting that is stimulating and is responsive to the individual learning styles of all students. Students are challenged academically and are accountable for their own actions and achievements. Students develop a positive self-image through sound principles of teaching and learning. Teacher professionalism and commitment are demonstrated by the ongoing emphasis on staff development.