Loudon County Schools will graduate college and career ready students through rigorous and relevant learning opportunities.
In its fifth year, the Vans Custom Culture art competition inspires high school students across the United States to embrace their creativity and draws attention to the importance of art as an integral part of our schools' focus. The first 2,000 U.S.-based public or private high to register for Vans Custom Culture will receive four pairs of Vans shoes to customize! Each pair must be customized to represent one of four themes: Action Sports (Defined as boards and bikes, not stick and ball!) Music, Art, and Local Flavor (Inspired by your surrounding community, city or state). ONE THEME PER PAIR!
Mikia Byrd, 2nd year art student at Greenback, customized the Van’s shoes based on the designs submitted by the Visual Arts class. The top 50 school submissions will be announced on April 25 and at that time will be open to public vote to determine the winner of each region. The top five schools will be invited to New York City for the final judging.
Energy Quest Day Camp is the place for you! Join us June 2-6, 2014 for a week full of excitement and new friendships!
Camp applications will be available in the front office of your school or online at www.PLAYLoudon.com starting the week of March 17th.
We will offer Energy Quest at two sites:
1. Lenoir City Elementary School
2. Lion’s Club Pavilion on Hwy 72 in Loudon
This camp is FREE to any resident of Loudon County or student in the Loudon County or Lenoir City School Systems. A $50.00 refundable deposit is required to hold your child’s spot. Non-residents/students of Loudon County/Lenoir City will only be accepted to attend camp if there are openings after the application deadline. Visit www.PLAYLoudon.com for more information. Each camp is limited to the first 50 applicants - be sure to get your application in soon!!!
Energy Quest Camp Registration Form
Energy Quest Flyer
STEM Day Camp
Grades 6 - 8
June 2 - 6
9:00 am - 3:00 pm
Lenoir City High School
First annual Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) Day Camp offered by
Loudon County Education Foundation, Loudon County Health Improvement Council,
Loudon and Lenoir City Schools. This camp is FREE to any resident of Loudon County or
student in the Loudon County or Lenoir City School Systems. A $50 refundable deposit is
required to hold your child’s spot. Non-residents/students of LoudonCounty/Lenoir City
will only be accepted to attend camp if there are openings after the application deadline.
Camp cost for non-residents is $100. Visit www.PLAYLoudon.com for more information.
This camp is limited to 30 students, so get your application in as soon as possible.
Applications will be available starting on Tuesday, March 18th in the front offices of North
Middle School and Lenoir City Middle School. Electronic applications will be available at
Deadline for applications is Thursday, April 17th.
For more information, please check www.PLAYLoudon.com or Mary Harding at 988-7257.
STEM Camp Flyer
STEM Camp Registration
Congratulations to Bethany Poff. Her drawing, "Fire and Ice" has been selected in a juried art competition for the Dogwood Arts Student Art Exhibition.
The 2014 Dogwood Arts Student Art Exhibition will be at the Clayton Center for the Arts in the Denso Gallery, 502 East Lamar Alexander Parkway, Maryville, TN 37804-5907. As a featured event of the Dogwood Arts Festival, the exhibit will be open from Thursday, April 3 – Friday, April 25, 2014, Monday through Friday, 10:00 am to 6:00 pm.
An Opening Reception and Awards Ceremony will be held at the Clayton Center for the Arts in the Denso Gallery on Thursday, April 3, 2014 from 5-9 pm. Awards will be presented at 7:00 pm. All artists, their families and friends are encouraged and invited to attend this wonderful celebration.
Recently Rachel and Rebekah Moffett competed in the Drum Majorettes of America National Finals held July 20-24th at the University of West Georgia in Carrollton. Ga.
Rebekah won Miss Novice Princess of America for the 11-12 age division. She also won the title of Miss Pom Girl 2013, age 10-12. Rebekah is a 6th grader at Greenback.
Rachel won the National Intermediate solo baton Championship age division 15-23, National Intermediate 2 baton age 15-23 and was 1strunner up for Debutant Princess of America! Rachel is a junior at Greenback High School and a member of the Cherokee’s Marching Band.
Violet Wolfe, Aliene Anderson, & Edith Woods all former Greenback teachers celebrated their 80th Birthday's at a luncheon on Monday, Sept. 16th.