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Lenoir City Board of Education approved funding Thursday to get copier service back at Lenoir City High School.
Loudon County Board of Education member Brian Brown plans to step down at the end of the year.
Philadelphia Elementary School has tried for years to teach students the importance of agriculture.
Two local education advocates were announced in the inaugural class of tnAchieves Mentor Ambassadors.
Three weeks after Lenoir City Board of Education gave the nod for a new turf football field, board members Thursday unanimously authorized a t…
Loudon County students get to show off their artistic talents during the holidays thanks to members of Tellico Village’s Adopt-a-Class.
Results from a recent survey of North Middle School parents show families are interested in a new high school on the north end of Loudon County.
Loudon County Election Commission is working with local high schools in hopes of earning the Tennessee Secretary of State’s Anne Dallas Dudley Award.
With a Dec. 3 deadline fast approaching, tnAchieves still needs mentors to help Tennessee Promise applicants for the Class of 2022.
After not holding carnivals last year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, celebrations at local schools were back in a big way Friday.
Jeanie Mowery, business manager for Lenoir City Schools, officially retired from a full-time role Oct. 1.
Lenoir City High School culinary arts students were pleasantly surprised to learn they won first place in commercial cake decorating and table…
Loudon County Board of Education officially started discussions on how to prepare for a growth explosion.
Lenoir City High School athletes will soon play on a turf football field.
Twelve local industry partners huddled into a room Friday at The Venue at Lenoir City to give high school students an idea of what they offer.
Lenoir City High School’s homecoming week goes through Friday. The homecoming court, from left, includes Hadlee Presnell, Brook McJunkin, Cass…
Loudon Elementary School students and staff recently worked together to assist an educator in need across the state.
Lenoir City Board of Education will look to extend COVID-19 leave for staff next month.
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Loudon County Board of Education unanimously approved COVID-19 financial relief for staff.
Two Loudon County schools have again been recognized by the Tennessee Department of Education as Reward schools.
Students at Fort Loudoun Middle School have been working to make a difference in the community.