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Congratulations to the Greenback winners at the National Gingerbread Competition.
Seven Loudon County students participated in the Spelling Bee on November 18 at Fort Loudoun Middle School. Rachel Scheffer of North Middle School edged out Elijah Butler (4th grade) from Highland Park. Rachel now puts herself in the rare class of "repeat champion." That is an extremely difficult feat as these students must win their school competition prior to getting to the county level. Congratulations to these students for being school champions and representing their school with class at the Loudon County Spelling Bee:
Tyson Porcella - Eaton
Brayden Kiser - Fort Loudoun
Elijah Butler - Highland Park
Alexia Venearo - Loudon Elem.
Rachel Scheffer - North (CHAMPION)
Joshua McCulley - Philadelphia
Elizabeth Newman - Steekee
From November 1-8, 2014, a group of school principals, assistant principals, instructional leaders from Knox and Loudon school and researchers from Vanderbilt’s Peabody College went to Shanghai to study and observe the TPEG practices in China. Among the 15 participants, three principals had been to Shanghai with the first cohort of principals, 12 other members were new to the project.
During their one-week visit to Shanghai, Tennessee educators visited six schools (two secondary and four elementary) from the Minhang District. Among the schools, half of them have significant number of students from low SES and rural migrant workers’ families, one with 100% migrant children and only receives partial government funding. At each school, the Tennessee educators observed how teachers in Shanghai conduct joint lesson planning, classroom observations, and giving peer feedback. They also learned about the multifaceted and multilevel professional development structure and instructional support for teacher collaboration within and across schools and at the district level. Their visit culminated in a half-day workshop at East China Normal University, where Tennessee and Shanghai principals discussed the key strategies and challenges of constructing and sustaining productive communities of practice .
Loudon County students scored straight A's in achievement for the 2013-2014 year.
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As passed in the 2014 General Assembly, Public Chapter 892 requires the state and districts to post a calendar of all state and district mandated tests each school year beginning July 31. You can also find this information under the DISTRICT tab on top navigation links.
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For iPhone Users: LCBOE app is now live in iTunes!
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