Loudon County Schools will graduate college and career ready students through rigorous and relevant learning opportunities.
The USA-SOS (Safe Online Surfing) Internet Challenge
Click here to watch a CyberSafety Presentation for Parents
Community Resource - food & children clothing
Free Food & Children Clothing Giveaway
Saturday, March 28th at 9 a.m.
Central United Methodist Church
301 Hickory Creek Road, Lenoir City
Family Resource Center
Thurs. April 16, 2015, 6 p.m.
Location: Family Resource Center within the
Loudon County Technology Center
4380 Harrison Road, Lenoir City
The FRC is always seeking parents, caregivers and community partners who are interested in leading and assisting the FRC in meeting the needs of Loudon County students and their families.
For additional information please call Cindy Purdy via phone 986-2036 ext 4615 or e-mail email@example.com
New Website Launched
The Tennessee Department of Education is proud to announce its new website rebuilt from the ground up specifically for the people who use it most: students & families, educators, community members, and school districts.
To get started please click and visit - http://www.tn.gov/education/index.shtml
How to Apply for TennCare
You must apply for TennCare through the Health Insurance Marketplace. Apply online at www.healthcare.gov.
To receive a paper application by mail or to get help with applying online call
Do not have a computer and/or internet access you can apply at a kiosk within your local Department of Human Services (DHS) office.
Loudon County – Department of Human Services
485 Pinetop Street
Additional Information can be found at
Parent Community Resource
Loudon County Sherriff’s Office provides Project Lifesaver bracelets
free of charge to families of autistic children that have a tendency to wander.
For more information please contact
Loudon County Sheriff's Office
12680 Highway 11 W, Suite 1
211 East Tennessee
One of the easiest ways to get help is by dialing 2-1-1, Tennessee’s community services help line. When you call, you’ll get a real person, one who is trained to help you sort out your needs, and then give you phone numbers and addresses of the closest places where you can get help. 2-1-1 has a database of more than 10,000 health and human services programs, cross-referenced for all sorts of keywords. So don’t worry if you don’t know what type of service you need or the name of an agency — just talk with the specialist at the other end of the line and she or he can help you find what you need. All calls are free and completely confidential.
Hours of Operation: 24/7
Counties Covered: Anderson, Blount, Campbell, Claiborne, Cocke, Grainger, Jefferson, Knox, Loudon, Monroe, Morgan, Roane, Scott, Sevier, and Union
New Walk-through Food Pantry
1st and 3rd Wednesday every month 5 p.m. – 7 p.m.
Cornerstone Church of God
12813 Kingston Pike, Farragut
(Dixie Lee Junction & 1 mile East Watt Rd on left)
For additional information please call (865) 966-2300
or click here cornerstone-farragut.org
To vivit and learn more click here kidcentraltn.com
Community Partners & Networking
Community Partners Network Council &
Community minded persons are invited to fellowship and network with other community partners to discuss efforts for assisting the communities and families of Loudon County.
Thursday, April 9, 2015, 12 noon - 1:00 p.m.
For additional information please contact:
In an effort to provide districts and schools parent information and resources on the Common Core State Standards, and in response to feedback from educators, the Tennessee Department of Education has posted resources to help parents understand the new standards. We know that parents respond best to information when it is shared by teachers and principals at their local schools. The department is working to create additional resources on the Common Core State Standards and the Partnership for Assessment of Readiness for College and Careers (PARCC) assessments specifically geared towards parents.
Preventing Head Lice
Loudon County Schools
Preventing Head Lice
The spread of head lice can be controlled with prompt diagnosis and effective preventative measures.
The first thing one can do to help prevent the spread of lice is to discuss the subject openly with all family members. Lice can affect anyone, regardless of background or hygiene. And, if everyone knows what’s going on, the risk of infestation is cut in half. Lice cannot fly or jump, and they are normally transferred during direct head-to-head contact.
One should check family member’s hair for evidence of head lice on a regular basis. If you suspect your child has lice, please notify the school nurse to assist you with information, resources and recommendations.
If, head lice are NOT present, begin using preventative efforts and products immediately:
· Use hair shampoo or products that contain tea tree mint, peppermint, lavender, or rosemary. The following hair products contain these ingredients and can be found at many local department stores and salon shops such as Walmart, Target, and Sally’s Beauty Supply:
o Organix Tea Tree Mint Shampoo
o EDEN Body Works Peppermint Tea Tree All Natural Shampoo
o Axe Zen Soothing Tea Tree Shampoo,
o Giovanni Tea Tree Triple Treat Shampoo and Conditioner
o Lice Shield
o Natures Gate Tea Tree-Shampoo and Conditioner,
o California Baby Tea Tree & Lavender Shampoo & Bodywash,
· Head lice thrive in clean hair. Keeping hair product in one’s hair creates an uncomfortable living environment for head lice. Use styling products like mousse, sculpting gels, and hair spray help to keep lice away. One may choose to use hair conditioner after shampooing and do NOT completely rinse the conditioner from one’s hair. A disadvantage of doing this is that the conditioned hair may appear stringy or a little oily.
· Avoid head-to-head contact with others.
· Keep one’s long hair pulled up.
· Do not share personal belongings such as hats, scarves, coats, combs, brushes, hair accessories and headphones.
Additional head lice information and resources:
Mid East Community Action Agency
All services listed above are subject to change without notice. Individuals or households must meet program eligibility and assistance is based on available funding.
Loudon County Habitat for Humanity
NOW ACCEPTING APPLICAITONS
How can my family qualify for a Habitat home?
Homeless and need help filing for disability?
Family Resource Center
Loudon County Schools
c/o Loudon County Technology Center
4380 Harrison Road, Lenoir City, Tennessee 37771
Phone: 865-986-2036 exts. 4615 or 4617
We will assist in the graduation of college and career ready students through rigorous and relevant learning opportunities.
To engage, collaborate and involve parents, schools and communities in efforts to assist children in maximizing their learning capabilities at home and school. And, to help families become strong so that they are able to protect and meet the needs of children.