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about 1 hour ago, Lauderdale County Schools
Multiple community leadership members met on August 12, 2022 to review and discuss school safety operations as well as strengthen the partnerships between Lauderdale County Schools and each law enforcement department. This meeting was the third held by these community leaders in an effort to ensure a consistent vision and purpose existed among all entities. Meeting attendees included school and district administration, County Mayor Maurice Gaines, City of Ripley Mayor Craig Fitzhugh, Ripley and Halls Police Department leadership, and the Lauderdale County Sheriff’s Department, including Sheriff Elect Brian Kelley. All organizations plan to meet quarterly in our local schools to continue discussions surrounding school safety and ensure that effective and streamlined safety practices are in place. Attendees completed a walkthrough of Ripley High School at the conclusion of the meeting.
1 day ago, Lauderdale County Schools
LCS is excited to announce that Mr. James Barbee, Technology and Communications Director, has been selected as a participant in the 2022-23 Complete Tennessee Leadership Institute (CTLI) cohort, a joint initiative of SCORE and The Hunt Institute. CTLI is a one-year program aimed at equipping community and state leaders with the strategies, tools, and knowledge to play a leading role in eliminating barriers to postsecondary education and completion in Tennessee. Read more here:
3 days ago, Lauderdale County Schools
Mrs. Melinda Hutcherson, Director of Special Education, along with her team, provided LCS staff with updated and detailed information on multiple supports with the Special Education department. Deanna Arivett, of Arivett Law, was the special guest speaker for the afternoon.
13 days ago, Lauderdale County Schools
Join us next Friday night for the annual Tiger Bowl!
13 days ago, Lauderdale County Schools
tiger bowl
14 days ago, Lauderdale County Schools
As we prepare for another year of learning, we ask our families and community to join us in ensuring our students attend and remain at school each day. Our faculties and staff are ready to welcome our students to #schooleveryday.
14 days ago, Lauderdale County Schools
Registration for the 2022-23 school year begins next week. For students new to Lauderdale County, please note that enrollment occurs tomorrow, July 19, from 8:30AM-12:00PM. As a reminder, all LCS students follow the dress code shown below.
about 1 month ago, Lauderdale County Schools
dress code
Congratulations to our own, Superintendent Kimble, on being named the Southwest Regional Superintendent of the Year!
2 months ago, Lauderdale County Schools
This week, rising sophomore Anthony B. began a summer internship with the LCS Technology Department. Anthony has prepped teacher laptops & equipment, updated inventories, and repaired Chromebook screens. Anthony is enrolled in the Business Technology program of study at RHS.
2 months ago, Lauderdale County Schools
Day 1 of Summer Learning Camp is complete! Over 600 K-8 students are learning and growing in the month of June. In addition to standards-based instruction, students are also participating in STREAM activities centered around hands-on problem solving and critical thinking.
3 months ago, Lauderdale County Schools
Important Update for Parents and Community Members - May 31, 2022
3 months ago, Lauderdale County Schools
LCS eighth graders attended the Pathways 2 Possibilities (P2P) Career Expo in Spring 2022. Check out what they experienced at this year's expo!
3 months ago, Lauderdale County Schools
3 months ago, Lauderdale County Schools
HES Pre- K Graduations
3 months ago, Lauderdale County Schools
2021-2022 LCS Teacher and Staff Recognition
3 months ago, Lauderdale County Schools
Lindsey Smith, AWARE Director, and Hope Childs, AWARE social worker, presented a donation to Samburg Assembly of God on behalf of Lauderdale County Schools. This donation supported ongoing relief efforts following the December 2021 tornado that affected Lake and Obion counties.
3 months ago, Lauderdale County Schools
The Lauderdale Co. Chamber of Commerce is hosting an end-of-year Spring Carnival May 18th-21st! The Spring Carnival will be at the Lauderdale Co. Fairgrounds in Halls. A nightly selfie contest will take place so be sure to post yours for a chance to win a free ride bracelet!
3 months ago, Lauderdale County Schools
spring carnival
Get ready to read this summer! LCS is participating in @GovLiteracyTN’s Early Literacy Foundation’s K-3 Home Library program. Rising 1st through 3rd graders will receive a pack of books delivered right to their mailbox—at no cost to families! #StoptheSlideTN #BookersBookClubTN
3 months ago, Lauderdale County Schools
Come join our team! Job opportunities are available in Lauderdale County Schools. Visit our website for more information.
3 months ago, Lauderdale County Schools