High School families, Earlier this week, Individual Student Reports (ISR) were sent home with students who completed an End-of-Course (EOC) assessment during Fall 2023. Families also have access to the TCAP Family Portal, which provides additional assessment data information related to your student. For more information about the portal or to learn how to access it, please see the attached graphics.
If you plan to have items delivered for your child on Valentine's Day, please be sure to review our district-wide procedures beforehand. https://www.lced.net/article/1416325
Lauderdale County Schools has released the 2024-2025 and 2025-2026 school calendars. To view these calendars, click on the link below. https://5il.co/2ealf
REMINDER: Family-Teacher Conferences are February 1st and 8th, 2024 from 4:00-7:00PM nightly. Be sure to visit your child's school to learn more about their progress!
The Lauderdale County Education Foundation is seeking contributions for Dolly Parton's Imagination Library. Through community support, LCEF has provided over 80,000 books to our children since 2017! Interested in contributing? Complete the form and submit payment to LCEF.
Join us March 4-8, 2024 as we celebrate KINDness Week, where we encourage everyone to "always be a little KINDer than you feel". Interested in ordering a KINDness Week shirt? Please return the completed order for and payment to your child's school by Monday, February 12th.
Lauderdale County Schools will be back in session on tomorrow, January 23, 2024. We look forward to seeing all of our students!
Good afternoon! Due to the lingering ice on many bus routes, there will be no school in Lauderdale Co. on Monday, January 22, 2024. It is our hope that warmer temps tomorrow, along with the rain, will have us ready for a regular start on Tuesday. Have a great evening!
Good morning! Due to the winter weather conditions, there will be no school in Lauderdale County on Tuesday, January 16, and Wednesday, January 17, 2024. An announcement on additional closures will come no later than Wednesday afternoon. Please stay safe and warm!
Lauderdale County Department of Education would like to wish our students, employees, and community a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!
Superintendent Kimble recently shared updates on Lauderdale County Schools' investments in K-12 and postsecondary education at SCORE's "Building A Brighter Future" State of Education in Tennessee. Specifically, Superintendent Kimble shared information regarding HTL (Haywood, Tipton, Lauderdale) University, a one-of-a-kind innovative collaboration between the three districts to expand access to career pathways. HTL students will be immersed in STEM and career exploration activities and programming from the first days of Kindergarten to high school graduation. HTL University will provide high school graduates with opportunities to graduate with their high school diploma PLUS their choice of industry credentials, associate or TCAT degree, course credit toward a bachelor’s degree, or a guaranteed apprenticeship. Additionally, HTL University will inform families of potential career opportunities in the area and coordinate adult learning opportunities for those who desire to complete higher education.
Homestyle Christmas is just THREE weeks away! Mark your calendars for the most wonderful event of the year!
LCS would like to wish our students, staff, and families a safe and enjoyable Thanksgiving Break!
Thank you to our local businesses, organizations, and individuals who are showing their support for LCS teachers and staff during American Education Week! Want to show your appreciation? Swing by Central Office (321 Armory Ave. in Ripley) tomorrow or Friday for a yard sign, while supplies last!
Thank you to our local businesses and organizations who are showing their support for LCS teachers and staff during American Education Week! Want to show your appreciation? Swing by Central Office (321 Armory in Ripley) tomorrow or Friday for a yard sign, while supplies last!
It’s #EPSOWeek2023! See how Lauderdale County Schools’ Diploma Plus Initiative connects students of all ages to postsecondary opportunities! https://youtu.be/he9sS9Q5XYk
Join us on Friday, November 10, for the Veterans Day Celebration! The parade begins at 10:00am on the downtown square!
November 6-10, 2023, is National School Psychology Week. Lauderdale County Schools is fortunate to have Ms. Maria Leforgee, Ms. Jenny Gaines, and Ms. Olivia McCorkle serving students throughout our district. In their roles as school psychologists, they work closely with students, educators, and families to support the academic achievement, positive behavior, and mental wellness of all students, especially those who struggle with barriers to learning. We appreciate their dedication and service to the students of our community!
We've been updated! Be sure to visit the iOS or Google Play store to update the LCS mobile app today!
Teachers from Lauderdale County Schools’ 21st Century Community Learning Centers (CCLC) and LEAPS before- and after-school programs attended professional development session on Tuesday, October 31. “What First Year Teachers Need to Know”, facilitated by Mr. Texas Culver of UTM- Ripley’s Education Department, provided opportunities to discuss UTM’s Educator Preparation Program (EPP) design for undergraduate students pursuing careers in the field of education. These experienced teachers were able to share about their first year teaching experiences and provide recommendations for curriculum design that would best support these future educators. Many ideas, thoughts, and perspectives were shared with Mr. Culver for consideration during UTM’s EPP curriculum development process to ensure that first year teachers are successful from their first day of school through their careers.