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Loudon County School Reopening Plan & Virtual School Pre-Registration

The Loudon County Board of Education voted last night July 9, 2020 to approve the district School Reopening Plan. Loudon County students will return to school August 7, 2020. Our number one priority remains the health and safety of our students while being able to provide appropriate academic instruction and meet students’ social-emotional needs. Registration dates for traditional in-person instruction will be communicated by individual schools. All parents opting for Virtual School, an alternate technology-based option with the same expectations as related to instructional time on task, attendance, and grading as in-person learning in a 6.5 hour learning day, must register online by July 17, 2020. The links to both the Reopening Plan and pre-registration for Virtual School can be found on the Loudon County web site.

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Loudon County BOE Workshop

Date: 7/23/2020, 6 PM – 7 PM
Location: Loudon County Courthouse Annex 101 Mulberry Street, Loudon
Jul 23
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Loudon County School Reopening Plan & Virtual School Pre-Registration

The Loudon County Board of Education voted last night July 9, 2020 to approve the district School Reopening Plan. Loudon County students will return to school August 7, 2020. Our number one priority remains the health and safety of our students while being able to provide appropriate academic instruction and meet students’ social-emotional needs. Registration dates for traditional in-person instruction will be communicated by individual schools. All parents opting for Virtual School, an alternate technology-based option with the same expectations as related to instructional time on task, attendance, and grading as in-person learning in a 6.5 hour learning day, must register online by July 17, 2020. The links to both the Reopening Plan and pre-registration for Virtual School can be found on the Loudon County web site.

Pandemic Electronic Benefit Transfer (P-EBT)

The Families First Coronavirus Response Act allows children who are eligible for free or reduced-price meals at school to receive extra food benefits. These food benefits are called Pandemic EBT or P-EBT benefits. The benefits are designed to help cover costs associated with days children would have been in school; therefore, the benefits help families in Tennessee buy food when school is closed. P-EBT benefits are additional benefits that do not replace any child nutrition program meals being offered. Children may continue to receive "grab n go" meals or emergency food at COVID-19 emergency feeding sites offered by schools and community locations, even if they receive P-EBT benefits. Click title link for full details.

Cyber Security Summer Camp

At home this summer? How about a FREE fun and interactive virtual camp to learn about cybersecurity? There are half a million unfilled cyber jobs in USA right now! Want to know what careers in cyber look like? You will get to know about valuable skills and techniques applicable to real world cybersecurity challenges. The camp will include opportunities to ask questions of current cyber professionals and students, as well as to compete and earn prizes (real ones, not virtual!). Spend just a few hours a day for three days this summer getting ready for one of the fastest growing careers in the world. Sign up by June 20th to reserve a spot in our June or July Cyber Discovery Camp. The camp will go from June 23rd to June 25th lasting from 1:00pm to 4:30pm each day. Our July camp is also available, lasting from July 21st to July 23rd. Deadline June 20! Sign Up: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/CEROCCyberCamp
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