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High School Graduations

Greenback High School students will graduate on May 12 at 7:00 PM in the school gym. Loudon High School students graduate on May 13 at 9:00 AM in the school gym with overflow seating in the auditorium.
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Parent Lunch and Learn April 25

Guest Speaker: Leona Kitchings, BS-ECE, of The Helen Ross McNabb Center will share valuable information regarding personal tools and methods that release stress and anger among parents and their children. The Lunch & Learn will be catered by Moe's Southwest Grill, April 25, 12-1:30 PM, Family Resource Center, 4380 Harrison Rd., Lenoir City, TN.
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Greenback FFA Greenhouse Open

The Greenback FFA Greenhouse is now open! They are selling a variety of vegetables and bedding plants. Please come out and support the Greenback FFA. The business hours will be Monday - Friday 10 am to 4 pm. (The are not open during school breaks.)
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Check out 8 Sample Questions to Get a Feel for TNReady

TNReady, Tennessee’s state test that better measures student progress, uses a few different types of question formats to give students a variety of ways to show what the know and can do. But for parents and older students who might be used to tests that rely predominantly or entirely on multiple-choice questions, it’s important to know that TNReady is different.
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Parents, Learn More about TNReady – a Test That Matters

Beginning April 17, approximately 600,000 students in Tennessee will sharpen their No. 2 pencils and take TNReady, Tennessee’s new state assessment. There’s a lot of information out there about what TNReady is, why Tennessee kids are taking it, and how you can help them prepare. If you’re a parent and you’re already juggling a half million things – soccer practice, homework, and work – you might feel overwhelmed. Don’t worry – this SCORE Sheet post is for you.
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UT Kids U Offers Summer Learning Opportunities

Award-winning Kids U summer camps are exclusive opportunities for area youth in grades 3-12. Children come to UT and learn from college faculty, staff, and graduate students in fields such as art, chemistry, cooking, anthropology, photography, microbiology, computers and veterinary medicine. Camps are offered for one week in the morning or afternoon.
Please register early. Class sizes are limited, and camps fill up quickly.

Call for more Kids U information, 865-974-0150
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AIM High TN - New Web Site for Military Families

AIM (Achievement, Innovation, Measurement) High TN is an initiative led by military, education, and community leaders from across Tennessee that works to raise awareness about the unique challenges military families face, provide education resources to military families, and help support the academic success of military children. Share these resources with family and friends serving in our armed forces.
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Purging Special Education Records

The Loudon County Board of Education is in the process of purging Special Education records. If you turned 25 years of age between January 1, 1991 and December 31, 1991 and would like to have your Special Education record before it is purged, please contact Julia Bunch in the Special Education office at 458-5411 Ext. 1009.
After April 28, 2017 the records will no longer be available.
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