Loudon County Schools has developed an ESSER Spending Plan Revisions List and an updated School Reopening Plan. We are requesting public feedback on these plans. Click the link to respond to the survey.
The Tennessee Department of Education has recognized Loudon County Schools as a Reading 360 District with a visit to Loudon Elementary that included Riley the Reading Racoon. #Reading360 #loudoncountyachieves
Feb. 11 is #BestForAllDay! Special shout out to ALL in our Loudon County community who have made it possible to get to this point. We’re proud to be a #BestForAllDistrict focused on academics, supporting educators and preparing students for readiness in and beyond the classroom. #loudoncountyproud. As a Best for All district, Loudon County will receive a $200,000 grant.
There is a potential opportunity from Governor’s Early Literacy Foundation for our school to take part in a book delivery program this summer! If this program is made available, each rising first grade and rising second grade student in our school will receive six high-quality books this summer at no cost to you. While schools await confirmation, we want to make you aware of this potential program and get permission for your child(ren) to participate.
For your child(ren) to participate in this program, we will need to securely share your directory information with Governor’s Early Literacy Foundation. Directory data includes things you may see in a phonebook, like names and addresses. If you WOULD like to participate, no other action needs to be taken. If you choose NOT to participate, call (865) 458-5411. Please leave your name, your child’s name, and your child’s school. Taking this step will ensure your child will NOT receive the books this summer. To opt out, you must call and do so by 4:00 EST on Friday, March 11th. After that time, we will not be able to remove your child from the recipient list
Congratulations to Eaton teacher Shannon Smith on being awarded the VFW National Citizenship Education Teacher Post Recognition Award for the district, county, and now state of TN! Mrs. Smith, who was recognized for her accomplishments at the February Board of Education meeting, will now go on to compete at the national level.
Due to road closures and anticipated traffic volume after lunch from Loudon to Lenoir City affecting student transportation on Wednesday, February 9, 2022, Loudon County schools will be closed. All classes will resume Thursday, February 10, 2022 on a normal schedule.