Loudon County Schools will graduate college and career-ready students through rigorous and relevant learning opportunities.
Loudon County Board of Education will hold a workshop meeting at Loudon County Office Building (Central Office) on Thursday, May 5th at 6:30 pm.
Click here for the agenda.
Join Our 2016 #ThankATeacher Campaign!
Teachers give us so much. A boost of confidence when we really need one. Extra help when we’re having trouble. A welcoming presence when everything else seems out of control. And though we know we can’t ever thank them enough, we can take a moment during National Teacher Appreciation Week to share our appreciation for the special educators in our lives.
Join NEA and the National PTA in saying “Thank You” by sharing one of the following on social media during Teacher Appreciation Week, May 2-6:
- A picture of yourself with your favorite teacher, past or present;
- A picture of your child with his or her teacher;
- A picture of yourself holding a piece of paper with a simple message saying Thank You to a teacher and why you’re thanking him or her.
Be sure to use the hashtag #ThankATeacher when sharing.
You can also share this graphic to spread the word to your friends!
This National Teacher Appreciation Week, let’s show our teachers how much they mean to us!
The last day of school for students is Friday, May 20.
We will dismiss at 11:00 with report cards being distributed at 10:00.
Greenback Graduation May 13 @ 7:00 PM
Loudon High School Graduation May 14 @ 2:00 PM
At a press conference on April 27, Commissioner McQueen announced that the state has terminated the assessment contract with Measurement Incorporated (MI) due to its inability to deliver on its commitment Tennessee teachers and students (press release here). The state awarded MI a contract in November 2014 to provide an online testing platform with a paper and pencil backup. Not only did MI fail to deliver a reliable online platform for students across the state, they have failed to print and ship paper tests by deadlines they have set, despite the fact that paper testing has always been listed as the back up medium in our contract.
As a result of MI’s failure to deliver testing materials to all schools with grades 3–8, we are suspending Part II of TNReady testing for grades K–8 this year. However, because districts have already received all high school testing materials, high school testing will move forward as planned.