BUS UPDATE - SEPTEMBER 27: Bus 32 in Halls will not run its afternoon route or tutoring route today. Families, please make alternative arrangements for student pick up.
8 months ago, Lauderdale County Schools
BUS UPDATE - SEPTEMBER 25: Bus 38 will not run its afternoon route or tutoring route today (9/25). Families, please make alternative arrangements for student pick up.
8 months ago, Lauderdale County Schools
Our next #LauderdaleProud feature is Kirsten Solomon! Kirsten Solomon is a 2016 graduate of Halls High School. She has earned degrees from Dyersburg State Community College and the University of Tennessee at Martin. Kirsten currently works as a physical therapy technician and pool coordinator for LIFT Therapy in Jackson. When asked about her favorite part of her career, she enjoys supporting pool operations so that guests can safely swim and ensuring that the pool meets state compliance expectations. She also enjoys working with patients as well as gaining experience in the physical therapy field before enrolling in PT school in the future. Kirsten is another reason we are #LauderdaleProud!
8 months ago, Lauderdale County Schools
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Our next #LauderdaleProud feature is James Latham! James Latham is a 2011 graduate of Ripley High School. He continued his education at Drive Train’s professional trucking program and earned his Commercial Driver License (CDL). For the past nine years, James has worked as a truck driver. When asked about his favorite part of his career, he said that he enjoys playing a part in getting products delivered to the hands of the people who need them. James is another reason we are #LauderdaleProud!
8 months ago, Lauderdale County Schools
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Friday, September 15, bus 35 will run in the morning, but not tomorrow afternoon. Bus 54 will not run at all tomorrow. Please make alternate arrangements for your child's transportation to and from school. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.
8 months ago, Ripley Elementary School
Superintendent Shawn Kimble was recently recognized for 10 years of service as LCS’ Chief Executive Officer during the TOSS Superintendent’s Study Council Conference. We are appreciative of Mr. Kimble’s leadership and dedication to the staff and students of our county!
8 months ago, Lauderdale County Schools
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Superintendent Shawn Kimble was recently recognized for 10 years of service as LCS’ Chief Executive Officer during the TOSS Superintendent’s Study Council Conference. We are appreciative of Mr. Kimble’s leadership and dedication to the staff and students of our county!
8 months ago, Lauderdale County Schools
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Join us for "Meet the Tigers" tonight at the Lauderdale County Fair to celebrate our Fall athletes and band members!
8 months ago, Lauderdale County Schools
Meet the Tigers
Join us for "Meet the Tigers" tonight at the Lauderdale County Fair to celebrate our Fall athletes and band members!
8 months ago, Lauderdale County Schools
Meet the Tigers
Members of Lauderdale County Schools’ Special Education department recently attended a legal conference in Franklin. Team members participated in multiple sessions focused on providing effective special education and 504 services.
8 months ago, Lauderdale County Schools
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Lauderdale County educators have been digging into data-informed practices and lesson preparation during weekly Professional Learning Collaboratives (PLCs). LCS educators are committed to meeting the needs of all students!
8 months ago, Lauderdale County Schools
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Our next #LauderdaleProud feature is Abby McBroom! Abby McBroom is a 2006 graduate of Ripley High School. She continued her education at Union University, where she graduated with her Bachelor of Science degree in Nursing. Abby graduated in the top 10 of her nursing class and was selected to Sigma Theta Tau, an international honor society for the field of nursing. Abby currently works at Sedgwick as a Complex Pharmacy Management Nurse. When asked about her favorite part of her career, Abby said: “​​We all know someone who has been touched by the opioid crisis that our country faces. My job allows me to advocate for my patients and help them ensure that the medications they are prescribed are the safest for their injury. I love being able to provide patient safety through education and advocacy. Most of all, I love being able to care for others and to make a difference.” Abby is another reason we are #LauderdaleProud!
8 months ago, Lauderdale County Schools
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Lauderdale County graduates, you can now order FREE copies of your high school transcript online! Click on the "HS Transcript Request" button on the LCS, HHS, or RHS web pages to complete your transcript request.
8 months ago, Lauderdale County Schools
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Even small brightly colored toy guns can create fear and confusion and interrupt the learning environment. Parents please encourage your child not to bring toy weapons to school because this can result in serious consequences.
8 months ago, Ripley Elementary School
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Did you receive a Rooms Magic Code from your child's school but aren't sure what to do next? Check out our Rooms Magic Code video tutorial to help you complete the signup process! https://youtu.be/vHqFmdvK4a0
9 months ago, Lauderdale County Schools
Lauderdale County Schools would like to thank the Calvary Hill Baptist Church congregation for providing school supplies for our students. We appreciate Calvary Hill Baptist and many other churches and organizations who support Lauderdale County Schools!
9 months ago, Lauderdale County Schools
Want to learn more about the LCS Mobile App and Rooms? Watch our orientation video to get familiar with our mobile app! https://youtu.be/H3xoAZgxg74
9 months ago, Lauderdale County Schools
Lauderdale County Schools would like to thank the Grace Baptist Church at Central congregation for providing 210 dress code approved shirts for students across the county. Special thanks to School Board Member Chris Rose for coordinating and delivering the shirts on behalf of Grace Baptist. We appreciate Grace Baptist and other churches and organizations who support Lauderdale County Schools!
9 months ago, Lauderdale County Schools
We are #LauderdaleProud of our dedicated educators who have returned to Lauderdale County to educate and serve. Meet HHS Class of 1989 alumna: Angela Barnes, Teresa Moore, Cindy Ream, and Beth Keen! Angela Barnes is the HHS and HJH school nurse. She has been a nurse for almost 25 years. She has spent the majority of those years working in geriatric and correctional settings. This will be her 3rd year at HHS/HJH. She is married to another HHS graduate, Jimmy (Class of 1985). Angela is proud to be back at her alma mater doing what she loves in a different and challenging level of nursing. Teresa Moore earned her Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Tennessee at Martin in 1994 and her Masters in 2010 from Union University. She began her teaching career at Ripley High School and also taught at Lauderdale Middle School. She has spent 23 of her 29 years teaching Math at Halls High School and has taught a variety of math classes including Pre-Calculus, Algebra I, Algebra II, and Geometry. Teresa is also heavily involved in the athletic program at Halls High School. She has coached softball for many years, and she has also coached volleyball and basketball. Outside of Halls High School, Teresa is a local business owner. She started All Star Pet Care in 2020 and has seen the business grow to the point that the kennels are always full and she has had to add both workers and kennel space. She is proud to be part of Halls High School’s academic and athletic staff and enjoys the chance to help students in the classroom and on the field. Cindy Ream graduated from Lambuth University in 1993, earning a Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education. She earned her Master of Education in Leadership and Instruction from Trevecca Nazarene University in 1997. Cindy taught kindergarten and preschool for 29 years. She is currently teaching Inclusion and Intervention at HHS and is beginning her 31st year of teaching. She is married to David, and they have three sons who are all HHS graduates. She loves teaching at Halls High School and enjoys working with new and former students. Beth Keen attended Union University, where she earned a Bachelor of Arts degree and a Master of Arts in Education. She continued her work at Union to earn her library endorsement. She taught English at Ripley High School for 10 years before moving to Halls Elementary School, where she served as librarian for 15 years. She is currently serving her 5th year as librarian at Halls High School. Beth is married to another HHS graduate, Randy (Class of 1985). They have two sons, a 2022 HHS graduate and an upcoming HHS graduate with the Class of 2024. Beth is proud to serve her hometown and stay involved in the lives of HHS students. When combined, these 4 members of the HHS Class of 1989 have served a total of almost a century educating students in Lauderdale County. They are #LauderdaleProud!
9 months ago, Lauderdale County Schools
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Lauderdale County Schools will continue to follow the Tennessee Department of Health’s recommended guidelines for COVID cases and close contacts. If your child tests positively for COVID, please contact your child’s school nurse for guidance. If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to Ms. Michelle Brazier, Director of Coordinated School Health at 731-221-0959.
9 months ago, Lauderdale County Schools