Loudon County Schools will graduate college and career-ready students through rigorous and relevant learning opportunities.
Small Starts for Families™
is a collection of healthy tips and tools for parents and caregivers of children from birth to early childhood. It was created with input from pediatric physicians and specialists around the state and, like our other Small Starts programs, is free and easy to use. Included are ways to help infants and young kids eat healthier, get exercise, sleep better, have good dental care, and not be exposed to second-hand smoke.
If you haven’t seen it yet, check it out at healthierTN.com/families. If you’re already using it, you’ll be happy to see that we just added almost 100 new videos, articles and other resources.
Perfect Attendance & Good Family Practices
Recognition and Reward -
Students and Good Family Practices for
Perfect Attendance this 2015-16 school year:
A student's commitment to his studies and his school can be measured in many ways -- from the number of days present at school, to achieving progress and making good grades. Loudon County Schools seeks to reward dedicated students who have a perfect attendance record (no tardies, no absences and no leaving early) this school year by:
(Student participation via parent permission)
Currently sponsored by community partners: Good Neighbor Shoppe,
Domino's-Lenoir City, Domino's-Loudon, Loudon Cumberland Presbyterian Church, United Way of Loudon County, Walmart-Lenoir City, Loudon County Department of Health, Cruis'n for Kids Car Show, Family Resource Center &
Loudon County Schools