The Loudon County Board of Education has been recognized as a Board of Distinction by the Tennessee School Boards Association (TSBA).
The Board of Distinction program recognizes outstanding performance by school boards in the areas of planning, policy, promotion and board development. To qualify, a board must meet specific standards within a two-year period, including the conduction of a superintendent evaluation, developing a five-year plan, participating in a board retreat, conducting an annual review of all board policies, being recognized at the TSBA Delegate Assembly, adopting the TSBA code of ethics, and participating in a board self-evaluation. Designation as a Board of Distinction is given for two years.
TSBA Announces Winners in Annual School of the Year for Excellence in Architectural Design Nashville, Tennessee - During its Annual Convention, the Tennessee School Board Association (TSBA) recognized architectural firms for their excellence in design by presenting the TSBA School of the Year Awards. Awards were granted in four categories including new school construction of elementary and high school, and the People’s Choice award, which was selected by TSBA membership. Nominees who wished to be considered for the award were asked to submit details on the following criteria: cost efficiency, aesthetics, energy and environmentally conscious design, flexibility-expandability and size and development of site.