Pre-School Screening and Kindergarten New Student Registration ONLY
Lenoir City Elementary School will hold Pre-School Screening and Kindergarten NEW Student Registration ONLY on Friday, May 1, 10:00 – 2:00 p.m. NO PRE-SCHOOL OR KINDERGARTEN CLASSES WILL BE HELD ON FRIDAY, MAY 1, DUE TO REGISTRATION.
Pre-School screening is for children who are four years of age before August 15 and who are eligible for enrollment in Lenoir City Schools. Parents should bring the following: Child to be registered, Proof of residency, Official birth certificate (not mothers copy), Proof of employment/income, social security card and shot/physical record with physician’s signature.
Kindergarten registration is for NEW students who are five years of age before August 15 and who are eligible for enrollment in Lenoir City Schools. Parents should bring the following: Child to be registered, Proof of residency, Official birth certificate (not mothers copy), social security card and shot/physical record with physicians signature. See FAST PASS information.
CHECK-OUT FAST PASS – Kindergarten registration packets will be available at the Family Resource Center beginning Monday, April 20. All completed packet information should be returned on Friday, May 1, for families to enter the FAST PASS lane. NO paperwork will be accepted prior to May 1. Proof of residency will be required to pick up a packet.
Child Find screenings are available upon request for young children in Lenoir City.Free screenings may include developmental, speech, and hearing.
Lenoir City Elementary School is located at 203 Kelley Lane in Lenoir City.
For additional information, please contact the Family Resource Center at 865-986-0518 or 865-988-7256 (Spanish) between the hours of 8:00 - 4:00 p.m., Monday through Friday.
Lenoir City Schools hosted a Lunch and Learn event on April 8th to showcase the district's new 1:1 Digital Conversion plan. Members of County Commission, City Council and various other organizations were invited to witness first hand the district's new initiative. All students in grades 4-8 will receive Chromebooks for the 2015-2016 school year. For more information on the district's 1:1 Digital Conversion click here.
The Loudon County Education Foundation will recognize the following individuals as Outstanding Teachers of the Year and New Teacher of the Year:
Teacher of the Year
Ashley Wolfenbarger - LCIMS
Marie Purdy - LCES
Fred Camp - LCHS
New Teacher of the Year
Melissa Renee’ Loan - LCIMS
Toni Schultzman - LCES
Lacy Tallent - LCHS
The next LCBOE meeting will be Thursday, May 14, 2015. at 11:00 a.m. in the Board room of the Lenoir City Board of Education Building located at 2145 Harrison Avenue, Lenoir City, TN 37771.
Administrators and teachers are diligently working to provide the students of Lenoir City the necessary skills to be college and career ready. Here is a helpful link to find out more about Tennessee's State Standards: