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 Loudon County Schools will graduate college and career ready students through rigorous and relevant learning opportunities.
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Loudon County District Announcements
Stop the "Summer Slide"

Research shows that most children lose 2-3 months of learning over the summer. Here are some free online activities to help keep your children learning all summer long.
 
New Student Information for 2015-2016


Pre-K students must be 4 years old by August 15th

Kindergarten students must be 5 years old by August 15th
 
Things to bring to Registration:
   1. A copy of the child’s social security card
   2. A copy of the child’s birth certificate (not mother's copy)
   3. Proof of Loudon County Residency (drivers’ license must match address on proof of residency)
   4. Proof of income (*Pre-K only)
   5. Proof of child's Physical Examination and Immunizations on appropriate state form with doctor’s signatures.

*Please note: New Immunization Rules…
Children entering Kindergarten must have Hepatitis A (2 doses).
This should be documented on the White Certificate of Immunization.
 
 
Free Summer Math Program for Students

Research shows that most children lose 2-3 months of math learning over the summer. 
We’re delighted to inform you about a free program offered by TenMarks, an Amazon 
Company that will provide your child with access to a powerful, personalized summer math 
program designed to help them reverse summer learning loss. 

The program is called TenMarks Summer Math Program and here is how it works. 
1. You can visit http://summer.tenmarks.com to pre-register for the program.
2. Before summer break, you’ll receive an email with instructions on how to get 
started.
3. At the start of the program, your child will receive a short diagnostic assessment 
based on the grade s/he is completing.
4. The assessment will be automatically graded and TenMarks will create a 
personalized program designed to prepare your child for the upcoming year.
5. You can create custom rewards to keep your child motivated – pizza, ice cream, or 
a trip to the zoo! It’s all up to you! 

An hour a week is all it takes for your child to strengthen his/her math skills, and prepare for 
the year ahead. The TenMarks Summer Math Program will guide your child through their 
personalized program, one topic at a time, helping them refresh what they know, and learn 
what they don’t. Each assignment contains embedded instruction (hints, video lessons, and 
interventions) to ensure success.  The 3-month program starts at the end of May. To get started, pre-register at http://summer.tenmarks.com.  Let’s say goodbye to summer learning loss! 
 
Thank You Parent Volunteers
 

Thank you to all the parents, grandparents, and community members who have volunteered in our schools this year!  We appreciate your time and support.  

Steekee Elementary honored volunteers and regular substitutes on May 14 with an Appreciation Breakfast at the school.  SES receives support from over 30 community partners in the area.
 



 
Two Schools Win Education Consumers Foundation Awards


Two Loudon County Schools are winners in the Education Consumers Foundation 2015 Value-Added Achievement Award. This award is based solely on objective measures of student gains.  These two schools were the most effective of Tennessee's nearly 1400 middle and elementary schools.  

Philadelphia Elementary won 2nd place in the East Region Middle School division, and Highland Park Elementary won 3rd place in the East Region Elementary School division.

Both schools will be honored at the May 14 School Board meeting.  
 
2014-2015 Assessment Schedule



 
Tests are a vitally important part of education. Think of them as measuring sticks for your school and the district. Teachers and district leaders use the information they get from tests to measure progress and make decisions about future instruction.  We want to do everything we can to support your children during testing time. Schools often plan special events and activities around test time to build confidence and help kids have fun. To find out what your school is doing, talk to your child’s teacher or call the main office.
 




 
 
 
 

Loudon County School Report Card


Loudon County students scored straight A's in achievement for the 2013-2014 year.  


Click here for complete District and School Report Cards

 
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