Loudon County Schools will graduate college and career ready students through rigorous and relevant learning opportunities.
88 Years of Rivalry - WBIR to Broadcast Battle of the Bridge Football Game on Friday, August 29.
Support the Loudon County Food Bank with your donations
of canned goods and money as part of Battle of the Bridge!
No School for Students or Teachers
on Monday, Sept. 1, 2014!
Attention Tennessee students!
It’s time to enter the next Students Rise to the Challenge Competition, a chance for you to speak out about the great learning that is happening every day in your classes, schools, and districts – and to win a $250 scholarship.
Students know first-hand that their teachers are working hard to prepare them for success after high school with learning they will use in the real world, whether going to college or career. To help others understand how this work is changing lives, SCORE is inviting Tennessee public school students in grades 3-12 to submit an original essay, song, poem, or video that addresses one of the following:
· Grades 3-5: Give a real world example of how you are using knowledge and skills you’ve learned in your classes.
· Grades 6-8: Give a real world example of how you are using knowledge and skills you’ve learned in your science or social studies classes.
· Grades 9-12: Give a real world example of how you are using knowledge and skills you’ve learned in your math or English classes.
To get you started, here are a few examples. Write a song to explain how learning about the different types of clouds can help you predict the weather. Create a video showing how your algebra skills help you split a bill in a restaurant. Please don’t feel that you are limited to these ideas! SCORE values creativity and originality, so we encourage you to think outside the box when crafting your entries.
The deadline for submissions is 5 p.m. Central on Monday, September 15, 2014. Please note, students must work singly on their entries and we cannot accept team submissions. Read more about how to prepare and submit your entry.
After semifinalists are selected, a poll on SCORE’s Facebook page will determine the finalists in each category. Finalists will be interviewed before the winners are selected. Follow the hashtags #SCOREprize and #TNrttc on Twitter and Facebook to keep up with the excitement.
Winners will be awarded a $250 college scholarship and will share their work at the SCORE Prize event on Monday, October 27, in Nashville. Fellow students, educators from across Tennessee, and special guest performer Dustin Lynch will all be present at the event.
The LHS Band is hosting an engraved brick sale, now until Oct 1. Fill out the form and return it to the HS care of Jennifer Conway by Oct 1 to order your brick. Bricks will be installed in front of the concession stand.
It's not too early to begin planning those Science Fair projects for students in grades K-8. The Elementary Loudon County Science Fair is Monday, Oct. 6, and the Middle School Fair is Tuesday, Oct. 7. Both will be held at Loudon High School. School winners will go on to compete in the Loudon County competitions. Check with your school for more details.
Elementary School Guidelines
Middle School Guidelines
Congratulations to Fort Loudon Middle School and Greenback School for being recognized as TN Reward Schools in progress and growth. This designation puts the two schools in the top 5% in the state for growth. FLMS has received this honor for the second year in a row.
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.
We now have an App for your smartphones and tablet devices to keep you in touch with everything going on in the schools and district. Just click the links below to download.
For iPhone Users: LCBOE app is now live in iTunes!
For Android Users: LCBOE Android app is now live in Google Play: