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Loudon High School recently received a $3,500 grant from Tennessee Valley Authority for a STEM collaboration project between the engineering a…
Loudon Elementary School students recently drew artwork that will be used in a greeting card fundraiser by local nonprofit Adopt-a-Class. Stud…
Loudon County Board of Education gave a vote of confidence to Director of Schools Michael Garren on Thursday with a two-year extension.
With help from students, Adopt-a-Class is looking to support Loudon, Steekee and Vonore elementary schools through greeting cards.
Lenoir City Board of Education approved Thursday moving $3 million to the capital projects fund balance.
Local schools are expecting another round of COVID-19 emergency relief funds that educators believe could make a big difference.
Lenoir City Intermediate/Middle School students and staff visited Lenoir City Municipal Building on Friday to donate hand sanitizer stations. …
Two make dean’s list
Loudon County Board of Education for the third straight year stayed local for its annual retreat and delved Friday into a variety of topics at…
Loudon County Board of Education presented Good Neighbors Shoppe a plaque Feb. 11 for service to the community. From left, are BOE member Bria…
Whether for a day or over the span of several, educators across Loudon County last week reinforced for students a love of reading.
Lenoir City High School students were given the opportunity last month to show creativity by entering a Black History Month essay contest.
Lenoir City Board of Education discussed Thursday granting all license and non-certified employees a one-time bonus.
Lenoir City High School’s culinary arts classroom was abuzz with excitement Thursday and Friday surrounding the annual cook-off.
Greenback School will send 14 students to this year’s Tennessee HOSA-Future Health Professionals competition.
Hundreds of local educators received their first COVID-19 shot Saturday at Loudon Municipal Park.
A handful of Loudon High School students have qualified to compete at the state level for Future Business Leaders of America.
Loudon and Lenoir City high schools were recently recognized by the Tennessee Department of Education as Tennessee Pathways certified.
Lenoir City High School has COVID-19 dividers at all tables in the commons and cafeteria thanks to Steven Code’s engineering students.
Lenoir City Board of Education on Thursday approved spending $25,000 to create a new weight room at Lenoir City High School.
Students make Roane lists
Face masks were again at the forefront of discussion Thursday by members of the Loudon County Board of Education.
Students at Fort Loudoun Middle School have worked all year to show a little kindness.
Loudon County Board of Education will review Thursday a 2021-22 budget largely unchanged from the current year.