Mrs. Douglas' 5th graders at HES are hard at work to organize Chapters 12 and 13 of "The Phantom Tollbooth".
1 day ago, Lauderdale County Schools
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Due to current road conditions and the potential for refreezing and black ice, there will be no school in Lauderdale County on Friday, January 7, 2022. Classes will resume as normal on Monday, January 10, 2022. Have a safe evening and great weekend!
13 days ago, Lauderdale County Schools
Due to the forecasted inclement weather, there will be no faculty and staff inservice on Thursday, January 6, 2022.
14 days ago, Lauderdale County Schools
Happy New Year!
18 days ago, Lauderdale County Schools
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Lauderdale County Board of Education would like to wish our students, employees, and community a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!
about 1 month ago, Lauderdale County Schools
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HHS and RHS Seniors! Take the #TNFAFSA Challenge to boost FAFSA completion and open the door to scholarships, grants and financial aid for more students! Learn more about the Challenge here! https://www.collegefortn.org/tn-fafsa-challenge/ @TNHigherEd @TnPromise
about 1 month ago, Lauderdale County Schools
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SCHOOL SAFETY INFORMATION & REMINDERS https://www.lced.net/article/605382
about 1 month ago, Lauderdale County Schools
LCS school board meeting attendees got into the holiday spirit tonight thanks to Ripley High School’s concert and steel drum bands. Directed by Ms. Deana Graham and Mr. Robert Elam, the bands played Christmas selections from “We Wish You A Merry Christmas” to “Feliz Navidad”. Thanks to Title IV funding and a generous instrument donation provided by Navy Band Mid-South, band members are interacting with upgraded technology and state of the art instruments. To hear more from the RHS and RMS bands, be sure to attend the Winter Band Concert on Monday, December 13, at 7:00PM. The RHS Winter Choir Concert on Tuesday, December 14, at 7:00PM. Both concerts will be held at Ripley High School.
about 2 months ago, Lauderdale County Schools
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Be sure to mark your calendars for “A Homestyle Christmas”!
about 2 months ago, Lauderdale County Schools
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Halls High School students have had a unique opportunity to earn college credit sponsored by Education Equal Opportunity Group (EEOG). Halls High is the first school in the state of Tennessee to participate in this program. Five HHS seniors are taking a college level American Literature class and will earn college credit if they pass an exam at the end of the course. On November 18, 2021, these five students met with Mr. George Thomas, founder of EEOG, and Mr. Craig Fitzhugh, Ripley Mayor. Mr. Thomas and Mr. Fitzhugh spoke with the students about their futures and the opportunities they have as high school students to get ahead in college by participating in this “Freshman Year for Free” program. Mrs. Cynthia Lacy-Janes and Mrs. Briana Henderson are the coordinators at Halls High School and were the ones who selected the students to participate in the program. Students and parents enjoyed a chance to meet with Mr. Thomas and share information and ask questions.
about 2 months ago, Halls High School
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Come Cheer on your HALLS Tigers!
about 2 months ago, Halls High School
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The winners of the Lauderdale County Soil and Water Conservation District 2021 post contest were announced. Students at Ripley Middle School submitted digital submissions using Google Docs as their platform. They learned ways to manipulate text and images while participating in a community effort. All students who submitted work will have their work displayed throughout the community during the annual tree giveaway in March. The winners of the contest were: James B. 3rd Place Trinity B. 2nd Place Alexis D. 1st place Dr. Brandon was the teacher participation winner.
about 2 months ago, Lauderdale County Schools
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Wishing all of our families a safe and enjoyable Thanksgiving holiday!
about 2 months ago, Lauderdale County Schools
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Several LCS students volunteered at tonight’s Bags of Hope sponsored by local area churches. Bags of Hope has provided non-perishable food to families in Lauderdale County for over ten years. During a season of thanksgiving, LCS is proud to have students like DeePan, Maitri, Mira, and Riley who place others first. Way to exemplify servant leadership!
about 2 months ago, Lauderdale County Schools
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Jalen from RMS shares what he is thankful for this Thanksgiving season. #TigersAreThankfulFor https://youtu.be/r61P6BKgRYA
2 months ago, Lauderdale County Schools
Rivers from RHS shares what she is thankful for this Thanksgiving season. #TigersAreThankfulFor https://youtu.be/sUjc1xC5DNY
2 months ago, Lauderdale County Schools
Rileigh from HES shares what she is thankful for this Thanksgiving season. #TigersAreThankfulFor https://youtu.be/R0asCuVIfCg
2 months ago, Lauderdale County Schools
TNACHIEVES MENTORS NEEDED https://www.lced.net/article/589643
2 months ago, Lauderdale County Schools
Jayla from RMS shares what she is thankful for this Thanksgiving season. #TigersAreThankfulFor https://youtu.be/mT9ThTQbK8U
2 months ago, Lauderdale County Schools
Jace from HJH shares what she is thankful for this Thanksgiving season. #TigersAreThankfulFor https://youtu.be/5jVrWipMMlY
2 months ago, Lauderdale County Schools