The Loudon County Board of Education is making changes to its budget request for fiscal year 2020-21 because of the COVID-19 pandemic.

The Lenoir City Board of Education on May 14 approved a contract with online school platform Tech Trep Academy.

Lenoir City Schools is starting to bring employees back into buildings, while Loudon County Schools is taking slower steps.

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Numerous local school workers start their day early to provide meals to children who may need them now more than ever.

Graduating seniors at Lenoir City High School had the chance to pick up their caps and gowns by drive-through Tuesday even though the ceremony is months away.

Graduating seniors were at the forefront of conversation at the Lenoir City Board of Education workshop April 23.

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Loudon County and Lenoir City schools will be closed for the remainder of the school year.

In a time where students are out of school for an unexpected period, several broadband providers are offering free service days and expanded data plans.

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With school out for at least most of April, educators are having to get creative to ensure students don’t regress.

With Loudon County and Lenoir City schools heeding Gov. Bill Lee’s guidance in suspending classes through April 24, educators are ironing out plans for the remainder of the spring semester.

Nine Lenoir City High School students took home first-, second- and third-place titles recently during the 19th annual East Tennessee History Day regional competition at the University of Tennessee in Knoxville.

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Introduce a Girl to Engineering Day is nationally recognized by many STEM-related organizations and agencies in order to promote the presence of women in science, technology, engineering and mathematics careers.

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With students out of the classroom at least through April 3, educators from both school districts have worked to provide meals so students don’t go without during this unexpected break.

The Loudon County Boys & Girls Club in Lenoir City aims to provide affordable services to families whose children are out of school at least through April 3.

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Through the rest of March, Fort Loudoun Middle School students are displaying their art skills as the Loudon County Visitors Bureau’s artist of the month.

Amberlee Zeller of Lenoir City was recently named to the Reinhardt University dean’s list for the fall semester. To be eligible, a student must take at least 12 hours and have a grade-point average of 3.5-3.99, with no grade less than a B.

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Loudon County officials and school systems are taking proactive steps to combat the spread of the coronavirus.

Kindness was a first priority at Lenoir City Elementary School recently during The Great Kindness Challenge.

Loudon County Board of Education for the second straight year stayed local for the district’s annual retreat Friday at Loudon County Technology Center.

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Local middle-schoolers used classroom learning in practical ways Friday in the inaugural Battle of the Bridge robotics competition at North Middle School.

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Lenoir City High School’s first Science Olympiad team is preparing for the state tournament after a successful regional tournament.

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Science, technology, engineering and mathematics were on display Thursday at Lenoir City Intermediate/Middle School.

Loudon County 4-H is working to revive the art of sewing through the county’s middle and high school students.

Loudon County Board of Education is a little more than a week away from its yearly retreat and members hope to get much accomplished.

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Loudon County elementary- and middle-schoolers got a chance to show off hard work Feb. 18 during a science fair and expo at Loudon High School.

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Greenback School’s motto “Greenback simply loves” is being fully embraced in February as the student body works to collect funds for the American Heart Association.

Loudon County students and teachers received grants, scholarships and resources last year through the Loudon County Education Foundation.

Rush Boutique is donating free dresses to young Loudon County women just in time for prom.

Loudon County Board of Education has unanimously approved its 2020-21 fiscal year budget.

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Schools in Loudon County and Lenoir City have been hit with a rash of days off this year caused by flooding and illness.

Loudon County Board of Education will look to approve Thursday its 2020-21 budget that puts a focus on teacher pay raises.

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Loudon High School is getting students ready for the heating, ventilation and air conditioning industry.

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A science, technology, engineering and mathematics class at Lenoir City Intermediate/Middle School is looking to increase opportunities for students.

Students at Lenoir City High School are already getting prepared for prom.

Lenoir City High School educators will soon have another way to get students ready for life after graduation through a Work Ethic Diploma for career and technical education.

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With flu season in full effect across the state, Lenoir City and Loudon County school officials are keeping a watchful eye on attendance rates for educators and students.

Plans for a new concession stand near the Loudon High School football stadium have been shelved.

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Three Loudon County schools have big things planned for money recently awarded by the state.

Loudon County Director of Schools Michael Garren wants to be proactive with the upcoming budget.

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Results from the state report card show largely positive signs for both local school systems.

Although an award from the Tennessee Association of School Librarians may not seem like much to some, Loudon Elementary School Principal Christie Amburn is especially proud.

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While it may not seem like much, offering students the ability to go outside for something as simple as time in a hammock goes a long way toward creating positive behavior.

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As the covering was removed for what will be a sign placed above the Highland Park Elementary School library/media center entrance, David Meers’ goal was further realized.

Lenoir City Board of Education decided Monday during a called meeting and workshop to move forward with refinancing its debt.