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Lauderdale County Receives Grant from THEC to Enrich Career-Technical Education Offerings

Lauderdale County Receives Grant from THEC to Enrich Career-Technical Education Offerings

Welding: A new course offering for high school students in Lauderdale CountyLauderdale County high school students will soon have a new dual enrollment opportunity in partnersh...

Tennessee Department of Education Awards Lauderdale County $90,000 for Read to Be Ready Summer Programs at RPS & HES

Tennessee Department of Education Awards Lauderdale County $90,000 for Read to Be Ready Summer Programs at RPS & HES

Lauderdale County Schools receives the Read to Be Ready Summer Reading Grant in Each of the First Four Years of the InitiativeNASHVILLE - Education Commissioner Candice McQueen...

Students from HHS & RHS attend WestStar Leadership Summit

Students from HHS & RHS attend WestStar Leadership Summit

Six Lauderdale County students attended the WestStar Leadership Program's 2018 RisingStar Youth Leadership Summit held Nov. 9 at the University of Tennessee at Martin. RisingS...

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Lauderdale County Schools

Lauderdale County Schools

4 days ago

Thanks to our local choirs for performing at the open house just prior to the December School Board meeting. 3rd grade student from RES put on a great show. They were followed by our high school choir with students representing both RHS and HHS. What a great event! view image

Samantha Culver

Samantha Culver

12 days ago

Our early morning RPS LEAPS program gives students the opportunity to work in small groups and practice ELA or Math skills taught during the regular school day. view image

Samantha Culver

Samantha Culver

19 days ago

These RMS students represented our schools at The 2018 All Northwest Tennessee Junior Honor Choir under the direction of Ashley Roark. view image

Lauderdale County Schools

Lauderdale County Schools

20 days ago

For Bullying Prevention Week, Halls Junior High and Ripley Middle School wore different colors each day to symbolize their stance against bullying. Students were allowed to wear the following colors: white to symbolize “erasing bullying", black to symbolize “blacking out bullying", neons to represent a "bright future without bullying", blue to symbolize "peace and solidarity", and team colors to represent “teaming up against bullying". view image

Samantha Culver

Samantha Culver

29 days ago

These RHS and HHS students represented our schools at The 2018 All Northwest Tennessee Honor Choir under the direction of Sharon Morris. view image

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