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Loudon County Education Lenoir City Schools Lenoir City Schools consists of three schools — Lenoir City Elementary, Lenoir City Intermediate/Middle and Lenoir City High — and a central office and is governed by a five-member board that is elected by the public. The school district began in 1907. Lenoir City was the first municipality in Tennessee to col- lect local taxes to support education, according to information provided by the school system. The new Lenoir City Elementary building was constructed in 1987 and received the School Archi- tectural Award of Tennessee and a Loudon County beautifica- tion award. The new middle school facility was completed in 1990. The school district has a student population of 2,437 students. More than 1,400 students take advantage of the bus transpor- tation program each year, and the district serves an average of 640 breakfasts per day and 1,385 lunches. Support services l Family Resource Center — Partners with local agencies to provide services to children and their families, including health services, housing information, child care, legal counseling and personal counseling. The center also provides classes for parents with school-aged children and a parent library with books available on numerous topics, including nutrition, discipline, divorce and child devel- opment. For more information, call Susan Fox at 865-986-0518. l Coordinated School Health — Offers support services in physical education and well-being, staff wellness and health education. For more information, call Wendy Stooksburys at 865-988-7257. Who to call l Central office — Director of Schools Jeanne Barker, 200 E. Broadway St., Lenoir City, TN 37771; phone: 865-986-8058; website: www.lenoircityschools.com l Lenoir City Elementary School — Principal Don Maloney, 203 Kelley Lane, Lenoir City, TN 37771; phone: 865-986-2009; fax: 865-988-7250; website: www.lces.lenoircityschools.com l Lenoir City Intermediate/Middle School — Principal Brandee Hoglund, 2141 Harrison Ave., Lenoir City, TN 37771; phone: 865-986-2038; fax: 865-988-1964; website: www.lcims. lenoircityschools.com l Lenoir City High School — Principal Chip Orr, 1485 Old Highway 95, Lenoir City, TN 37771; phone: 865-986-2072; fax: 865-988-2054; website: www.lchs.lenoircityschools.com Loudon County Schools Loudon County Schools consists of nine elementary, middle and high schools serving 5,000 students and is governed by a 10-member board that is elected by the public. More than 2,600 students take advantage of the bus transportation program each year. The district has four elementary schools — Steekee, Eaton, Philadelphia and Highland Park; two middle schools — Fort Loudoun and North; one high school, Loudon; and one K-12 school — Greenback. Support services l Family Resource Center — Assists students and parents You are invited to HEAR THE GOOD NEWS any Sunday at 8:00 or 10:30 am (10:00 in Summer) The Episcopal Church of the Resurrection 917 Pond Road, Loudon • www.episcopalloudon.com • 986-2390 28 • Essential Oils • Aromatherapy Jewelry • Upcycled Art & Jewelry 608 Grove Street Loudon, TN Across from the Historic Courthouse Loudon County Chamber of Commerce Living Guide 2020 n www.loudoncountychamber.com