What's Happening at LA?

Friday 10/11/19 Announcements


It is time once again to buy your reserved basketball seat tickets for the 2019-2020 season at Livingston Academy. Tickets can be purchased between the hours of 7:00 AM and 3:00 PM starting September 9th, 2019. Reserved seats need to be picked up before November 1st, 2019 or they will be offered to someone on the waiting list. Call the school at 823-5911 with any questions. Go Hog-eye!!


SOS - Students Outreach for Safety will have it's first meeting during after-school on Wednesday, September 11th. SOS will cover different aspects of safety, have some fun, and receive community service hours. See Robin Livingston or Officer Laycock for applications .



Other Happenings this week!

4. Friday: Football hosts White County


FALL BREAK OCTOBER 14 - 18!!!



Livingston Academy Wildcats

2019-2020 Varsity Basketball Schedule


Thursday Nov 21 Jackson County HOF Away 6:00

Saturday Nov 23 Hall of Fame Game Day Clarkrange

Boys: Livingston vs Clarkrange 12:30

Girls: Livingston vs Blackman 2:00

Boys: Livingston vs Tullahoma 3:30

Gils: Livingston vs Tullahoma 5:00

Tuesday Nov 26 Pickett County Away 6:00

Friday&Sat Nov 29-30 Cannon Co. Thanksgiving Classic

Friday Dec 6 Upperman* Away 6:00

Tuesday Dec 10 Dekalb* Away 6:00

Thursday Dec 12 Warren County Home 6:00

Friday Dec 13 Smith County * Home 6:00

December 19-21 Gatlinburg Christmas Tourn. (B & G) Away TBA

December 27,28,30 Oneida Christmas Tourn. (B & G) Away TBA

Friday Jan 3 Pickett County (1990 Team) Home 6:00

Monday Jan 6 Warren County Away 6:00

Friday Jan 10 Macon* Home 6:00

Tuesday Jan 14 Watertown* Home 6:00

Friday Jan 17 York* Away 6:00

Tuesday Jan 21 Cannon County* Home 6:00

Friday Jan 24 Upperman* Home 6:00

Tuesday Jan 28 Dekalb County* ** Home 6:00

Friday Jan 31 Smith County Away 6:00

Tuesday Feb 4 Macon County* Away 6:00

Friday Feb 7 Watertown* Away 6:00

Tuesday Feb 11 York* *** Home 6:00

Thursday Feb 13 Cannon* Away 6:00

February 17-26 District Tournament Tennessee Tech

February 28- Mar. 5 Regional Tournament Tennessee Tech

March 7 Girls Substate TBA

March 9 Boys Substate TBA

March 11-14 Girls State Tournament MTSU

March 16-20 Boys State Tournament MTSU

*=District Opponent **= Homecoming ***= Senior Night


Girls Head Coach: Lesley Riddle

Girls Assistant Coaches: Billy Sells, Abby Jolly

Boys Head Coach: Jimmy Miller

Boys Assistant Coach: Nate Kennard

Principal: Richard Melton

Athletic Trainer: Danielle Deretchin

Mascot: Wildcats

Colors: Royal Blue, White, Gold



Wednesday 10/09/19 Announcements


It is time once again to buy your reserved basketball seat tickets for the 2019-2020 season at Livingston Academy. Tickets can be purchased between the hours of 7:00 AM and 3:00 PM starting September 9th, 2019. Reserved seats need to be picked up before November 1st, 2019 or they will be offered to someone on the waiting list. Call the school at 823-5911 with any questions. Go Hog-eye!!


SOS - Students Outreach for Safety will have it's first meeting during after-school on Wednesday, September 11th. SOS will cover different aspects of safety, have some fun, and receive community service hours. See Robin Livingston or Officer Laycock for applications .


**If you need Volunteer Hours see Mrs Long for more information.


Anyone interested in joining the Interact club, please see Mrs. Coffman. Cost of membership is $15 and includes a t-shirt!!

Other Happenings this week!

3. Thursday: Grade reports issued to parents

4. Friday: Football hosts White County


FALL BREAK OCTOBER 14 - 18!!!



Livingston Academy Wildcats

2019-2020 Varsity Basketball Schedule


Thursday Nov 21 Jackson County HOF Away 6:00

Saturday Nov 23 Hall of Fame Game Day Clarkrange

Boys: Livingston vs Clarkrange 12:30

Girls: Livingston vs Blackman 2:00

Boys: Livingston vs Tullahoma 3:30

Gils: Livingston vs Tullahoma 5:00

Tuesday Nov 26 Pickett County Away 6:00

Friday&Sat Nov 29-30 Cannon Co. Thanksgiving Classic

Friday Dec 6 Upperman* Away 6:00

Tuesday Dec 10 Dekalb* Away 6:00

Thursday Dec 12 Warren County Home 6:00

Friday Dec 13 Smith County * Home 6:00

December 19-21 Gatlinburg Christmas Tourn. (B & G) Away TBA

December 27,28,30 Oneida Christmas Tourn. (B & G) Away TBA

Friday Jan 3 Pickett County (1990 Team) Home 6:00

Monday Jan 6 Warren County Away 6:00

Friday Jan 10 Macon* Home 6:00

Tuesday Jan 14 Watertown* Home 6:00

Friday Jan 17 York* Away 6:00

Tuesday Jan 21 Cannon County* Home 6:00

Friday Jan 24 Upperman* Home 6:00

Tuesday Jan 28 Dekalb County* ** Home 6:00

Friday Jan 31 Smith County Away 6:00

Tuesday Feb 4 Macon County* Away 6:00

Friday Feb 7 Watertown* Away 6:00

Tuesday Feb 11 York* *** Home 6:00

Thursday Feb 13 Cannon* Away 6:00

February 17-26 District Tournament Tennessee Tech

February 28- Mar. 5 Regional Tournament Tennessee Tech

March 7 Girls Substate TBA

March 9 Boys Substate TBA

March 11-14 Girls State Tournament MTSU

March 16-20 Boys State Tournament MTSU

*=District Opponent **= Homecoming ***= Senior Night


Girls Head Coach: Lesley Riddle

Girls Assistant Coaches: Billy Sells, Abby Jolly

Boys Head Coach: Jimmy Miller

Boys Assistant Coach: Nate Kennard

Principal: Richard Melton

Athletic Trainer: Danielle Deretchin

Mascot: Wildcats

Colors: Royal Blue, White, Gold



Monday 10/07/19 Announcements


It is time once again to buy your reserved basketball seat tickets for the 2019-2020 season at Livingston Academy. Tickets can be purchased between the hours of 7:00 AM and 3:00 PM starting September 9th, 2019. Reserved seats need to be picked up before November 1st, 2019 or they will be offered to someone on the waiting list. Call the school at 823-5911 with any questions. Go Hog-eye!!


SOS - Students Outreach for Safety will have it's first meeting during after-school on Wednesday, September 11th. SOS will cover different aspects of safety, have some fun, and receive community service hours. See Robin Livingston or Officer Laycock for applications .


**If you need Volunteer Hours see Mrs Long for more information.


Anyone interested in joining the Interact club, please see Mrs. Coffman. Cost of membership is $15 and includes a t-shirt!!

Interact will be having a Pizza for Breakfast meeting on Tuesday, October 8 during HEH in the commons area. Membership forms will be handed out! See ya there!

Other Happenings this week!

1. Today: Choir Concert in the Theater at 6:30

2. Tuesday: Soccer hosts Cookeville at 6:00, Volleyball District Tourney at Smith County

3. Thursday: Grade reports issued to parents

4. Friday: Football hosts White County


FALL BREAK OCTOBER 14 - 18!!!



Football Regular Season ticket price - $6.00



Friday 10/04/19 Announcements


It is time once again to buy your reserved basketball seat tickets for the 2019-2020 season at Livingston Academy. Tickets can be purchased between the hours of 7:00 AM and 3:00 PM starting September 9th, 2019. Reserved seats need to be picked up before November 1st, 2019 or they will be offered to someone on the waiting list. Call the school at 823-5911 with any questions. Go Hog-eye!!


HOMECOMING 2019

The homecoming parade will be on Thursday night (October 3rd, 2019) starting at 6:00 PM. Line up for the parade will begin at 5:00 PM (no earlier please).

The parade line up and starting point will be in the student parking lot of LA.

Students will travel to First National Bank of Tennessee then go to the field behind the bank parking lot by Webb Realty for pep rally and bonfire. First National Bank will have canopies set up and will have hot-dogs, chips, drinks, and music for all. The LA Band will play and cheerleaders will lead the pep rally.

Please pick up your parade entry form from the office and return completed entry form to Mr. Dingwall by Tuesday, October 1st, 2019.

This includes all groups, clubs and others that will have some type of representation in the parade.


SOS - Students Outreach for Safety will have it's first meeting during after-school on Wednesday, September 11th. SOS will cover different aspects of safety, have some fun, and receive community service hours. See Robin Livingston or Officer Laycock for applications .


**If you need Volunteer Hours see Mrs Long for more information.


Anyone interested in joining the Interact club, please see Mrs. Coffman. Cost of membership is $15 and includes a t-shirt!!

Interact will be having a Pizza for Breakfast meeting on Tuesday, October 8 during HEH in the commons area. Membership forms will be handed out! See ya there!

Other Happenings this week!

Friday: LA Hosts Dekalb - Homecoming Festivities @ 5:30, Game @ 7:00



Football Regular Season ticket price - $6.00



Thursday 10/03/19 Announcements


It is time once again to buy your reserved basketball seat tickets for the 2019-2020 season at Livingston Academy. Tickets can be purchased between the hours of 7:00 AM and 3:00 PM starting September 9th, 2019. Reserved seats need to be picked up before November 1st, 2019 or they will be offered to someone on the waiting list. Call the school at 823-5911 with any questions. Go Hog-eye!!


HOMECOMING 2019

The homecoming parade will be on Thursday night (October 3rd, 2019) starting at 6:00 PM. Line up for the parade will begin at 5:00 PM (no earlier please).

The parade line up and starting point will be in the student parking lot of LA.

Students will travel to First National Bank of Tennessee then go to the field behind the bank parking lot by Webb Realty for pep rally and bonfire. First National Bank will have canopies set up and will have hot-dogs, chips, drinks, and music for all. The LA Band will play and cheerleaders will lead the pep rally.

Please pick up your parade entry form from the office and return completed entry form to Mr. Dingwall by Tuesday, October 1st, 2019.

This includes all groups, clubs and others that will have some type of representation in the parade.


SOS - Students Outreach for Safety will have it's first meeting during after-school on Wednesday, September 11th. SOS will cover different aspects of safety, have some fun, and receive community service hours. See Robin Livingston or Officer Laycock for applications .


**If you need Volunteer Hours see Mrs Long for more information.


Anyone interested in joining the Interact club, please see Mrs. Coffman. Cost of membership is $15 and includes a t-shirt!!

Interact will be having a Pizza for Breakfast meeting on Tuesday, October 8 during HEH in the commons area. Membership forms will be handed out! See ya there!

Other Happenings this week!

Thursday: Homecoming Parade at 6 (lineup at 5)

Friday: LA Hosts Dekalb - Homecoming Festivities @ 5:30, Game @ 7:00



Football Regular Season ticket price - $6.00



Wednesday 10/02/19 Announcements


It is time once again to buy your reserved basketball seat tickets for the 2019-2020 season at Livingston Academy. Tickets can be purchased between the hours of 7:00 AM and 3:00 PM starting September 9th, 2019. Reserved seats need to be picked up before November 1st, 2019 or they will be offered to someone on the waiting list. Call the school at 823-5911 with any questions. Go Hog-eye!!


HOMECOMING 2019

The homecoming parade will be on Thursday night (October 3rd, 2019) starting at 6:00 PM. Line up for the parade will begin at 5:00 PM (no earlier please).

The parade line up and starting point will be in the student parking lot of LA.

Students will travel to First National Bank of Tennessee then go to the field behind the bank parking lot by Webb Realty for pep rally and bonfire. First National Bank will have canopies set up and will have hot-dogs, chips, drinks, and music for all. The LA Band will play and cheerleaders will lead the pep rally.

Please pick up your parade entry form from the office and return completed entry form to Mr. Dingwall by Tuesday, October 1st, 2019.

This includes all groups, clubs and others that will have some type of representation in the parade.


SOS - Students Outreach for Safety will have it's first meeting during after-school on Wednesday, September 11th. SOS will cover different aspects of safety, have some fun, and receive community service hours. See Robin Livingston or Officer Laycock for applications .


**If you need Volunteer Hours see Mrs Long for more information.


Anyone interested in joining the Interact club, please see Mrs. Coffman. Cost of membership is $15 and includes a t-shirt!!

Other Happenings this week!

Thursday: Homecoming Parade at 6 (lineup at 5)

Friday: LA Hosts Dekalb - Homecoming Festivities @ 5:30, Game @ 7:00



Football Regular Season ticket price - $6.00



Tuesday 10/01/19 Announcements


It is time once again to buy your reserved basketball seat tickets for the 2019-2020 season at Livingston Academy. Tickets can be purchased between the hours of 7:00 AM and 3:00 PM starting September 9th, 2019. Reserved seats need to be picked up before November 1st, 2019 or they will be offered to someone on the waiting list. Call the school at 823-5911 with any questions. Go Hog-eye!!


HOMECOMING 2019

The homecoming parade will be on Thursday night (October 3rd, 2019) starting at 6:00 PM. Line up for the parade will begin at 5:00 PM (no earlier please).

The parade line up and starting point will be in the student parking lot of LA.

Students will travel to First National Bank of Tennessee then go to the field behind the bank parking lot by Webb Realty for pep rally and bonfire. First National Bank will have canopies set up and will have hot-dogs, chips, drinks, and music for all. The LA Band will play and cheerleaders will lead the pep rally.

Please pick up your parade entry form from the office and return completed entry form to Mr. Dingwall by Tuesday, October 1st, 2019.

This includes all groups, clubs and others that will have some type of representation in the parade.


SOS - Students Outreach for Safety will have it's first meeting during after-school on Wednesday, September 11th. SOS will cover different aspects of safety, have some fun, and receive community service hours. See Robin Livingston or Officer Laycock for applications .


**If you need Volunteer Hours see Mrs Long for more information.


Anyone interested in joining the Interact club, please see Mrs. Coffman. Cost of membership is $15 and includes a t-shirt!!

Other Happenings this week!

Tuesday: FAFSA Frenzy from 2-6, Seniors take ACT, Juniors take ACT practice, Volleyball hosts White County

Thursday: Homecoming Parade at 6 (lineup at 5)

Friday: LA Hosts Dekalb - Homecoming Festivities @ 5:30, Game @ 7:00



Football Regular Season ticket price - $6.00



Friday 9/27/19 Announcements


It is time once again to buy your reserved basketball seat tickets for the 2019-2020 season at Livingston Academy. Tickets can be purchased between the hours of 7:00 AM and 3:00 PM starting September 9th, 2019. Reserved seats need to be picked up before November 1st, 2019 or they will be offered to someone on the waiting list. Call the school at 823-5911 with any questions. Go Hog-eye!!


HOMECOMING 2019

The homecoming parade will be on Thursday night (October 3rd, 2019) starting at 6:00 PM. Line up for the parade will begin at 5:00 PM (no earlier please).

The parade line up and starting point will be in the student parking lot of LA.

Students will travel to First National Bank of Tennessee then go to the field behind the bank parking lot by Webb Realty for pep rally and bonfire. First National Bank will have canopies set up and will have hot-dogs, chips, drinks, and music for all. The LA Band will play and cheerleaders will lead the pep rally.

Please pick up your parade entry form from the office and return completed entry form to Mr. Dingwall by Tuesday, October 1st, 2019.

This includes all groups, clubs and others that will have some type of representation in the parade.


SOS - Students Outreach for Safety will have it's first meeting during after-school on Wednesday, September 11th. SOS will cover different aspects of safety, have some fun, and receive community service hours. See Robin Livingston or Officer Laycock for applications .


**If you need Volunteer Hours see Mrs Long for more information.


Notes from the Library...


1. Just a friendly reminder that if you've had a book checked out for a while, please return those if you are no longer reading them. We have a waiting list for books that are checked out.


If you would like a library card from the Millard Oakley Public Library stop by our library and pick up an application and Mrs. Padgett will take it there for you. This gives you access to thousands of ebooks and audio books for free.


Pro Grad will be selling HOCO Dance tickets this week during lunch the cost is $20 per ticket. You will not be able to purchase tickets at the door. Only LA students are allowed to attend.


Anyone interested in joining the Interact club, please see Mrs. Coffman. Cost of membership is $15 and includes a t-shirt!!

Other Happenings this week!


Thursday, September 26 Soccer @ LA

Friday, September 27th Football away @ Smith County, Volleyball @ LA



Football Regular Season ticket price - $6.00



Thursday 9/26/19 Announcements


It is time once again to buy your reserved basketball seat tickets for the 2019-2020 season at Livingston Academy. Tickets can be purchased between the hours of 7:00 AM and 3:00 PM starting September 9th, 2019. Reserved seats need to be picked up before November 1st, 2019 or they will be offered to someone on the waiting list. Call the school at 823-5911 with any questions. Go Hog-eye!!


HOMECOMING 2019

The homecoming parade will be on Thursday night (October 3rd, 2019) starting at 6:00 PM. Line up for the parade will begin at 5:00 PM (no earlier please).

The parade line up and starting point will be in the student parking lot of LA.

Students will travel to First National Bank of Tennessee then go to the field behind the bank parking lot by Webb Realty for pep rally and bonfire. First National Bank will have canopies set up and will have hot-dogs, chips, drinks, and music for all. The LA Band will play and cheerleaders will lead the pep rally.

Please pick up your parade entry form from the office and return completed entry form to Mr. Dingwall by Tuesday, October 1st, 2019.

This includes all groups, clubs and others that will have some type of representation in the parade.


SOS - Students Outreach for Safety will have it's first meeting during after-school on Wednesday, September 11th. SOS will cover different aspects of safety, have some fun, and receive community service hours. See Robin Livingston or Officer Laycock for applications .


**If you need Volunteer Hours see Mrs Long for more information.


Notes from the Library...


1. Just a friendly reminder that if you've had a book checked out for a while, please return those if you are no longer reading them. We have a waiting list for books that are checked out.


If you would like a library card from the Millard Oakley Public Library stop by our library and pick up an application and Mrs. Padgett will take it there for you. This gives you access to thousands of ebooks and audio books for free.


Pro Grad will be selling HOCO Dance tickets this week during lunch the cost is $20 per ticket. You will not be able to purchase tickets at the door. Only LA students are allowed to attend.


Anyone interested in joining the Interact club, please see Mrs. Coffman. Cost of membership is $15 and includes a t-shirt!!

Other Happenings this week!


Thursday, September 26 Soccer @ LA

Friday, September 27th Football away @ Smith County, Volleyball @ LA



Football Regular Season ticket price - $6.00



Wednesday 9/25/19 Announcements


It is time once again to buy your reserved basketball seat tickets for the 2019-2020 season at Livingston Academy. Tickets can be purchased between the hours of 7:00 AM and 3:00 PM starting September 9th, 2019. Reserved seats need to be picked up before November 1st, 2019 or they will be offered to someone on the waiting list. Call the school at 823-5911 with any questions. Go Hog-eye!!


HOMECOMING 2019

The homecoming parade will be on Thursday night (October 3rd, 2019) starting at 6:00 PM. Line up for the parade will begin at 5:00 PM (no earlier please).

The parade line up and starting point will be in the student parking lot of LA.

Students will travel to First National Bank of Tennessee then go to the field behind the bank parking lot by Webb Realty for pep rally and bonfire. First National Bank will have canopies set up and will have hot-dogs, chips, drinks, and music for all. The LA Band will play and cheerleaders will lead the pep rally.

Please pick up your parade entry form from the office and return completed entry form to Mr. Dingwall by Tuesday, October 1st, 2019.

This includes all groups, clubs and others that will have some type of representation in the parade.


SOS - Students Outreach for Safety will have it's first meeting during after-school on Wednesday, September 11th. SOS will cover different aspects of safety, have some fun, and receive community service hours. See Robin Livingston or Officer Laycock for applications .


**If you need Volunteer Hours see Mrs Long for more information.


Notes from the Library...


1. Just a friendly reminder that if you've had a book checked out for a while, please return those if you are no longer reading them. We have a waiting list for books that are checked out.


If you would like a library card from the Millard Oakley Public Library stop by our library and pick up an application and Mrs. Padgett will take it there for you. This gives you access to thousands of ebooks and audio books for free.


Pro Grad will be selling HOCO Dance tickets this week during lunch the cost is $20 per ticket. You will not be able to purchase tickets at the door. Only LA students are allowed to attend.


Anyone interested in joining the Interact club, please see Mrs. Coffman. Cost of membership is $15 and includes a t-shirt!!

Other Happenings this week!


Thursday, September 26 Soccer @ LA

Friday, September 27th Football away @ Smith County, Volleyball @ LA



Football Regular Season ticket price - $6.00



Tuesday 9/24/19 Announcements


It is time once again to buy your reserved basketball seat tickets for the 2019-2020 season at Livingston Academy. Tickets can be purchased between the hours of 7:00 AM and 3:00 PM starting September 9th, 2019. Reserved seats need to be picked up before November 1st, 2019 or they will be offered to someone on the waiting list. Call the school at 823-5911 with any questions. Go Hog-eye!!


HOMECOMING 2019

The homecoming parade will be on Thursday night (October 3rd, 2019) starting at 6:00 PM. Line up for the parade will begin at 5:00 PM (no earlier please).

The parade line up and starting point will be in the student parking lot of LA.

Students will travel to First National Bank of Tennessee then go to the field behind the bank parking lot by Webb Realty for pep rally and bonfire. First National Bank will have canopies set up and will have hot-dogs, chips, drinks, and music for all. The LA Band will play and cheerleaders will lead the pep rally.

Please pick up your parade entry form from the office and return completed entry form to Mr. Dingwall by Tuesday, October 1st, 2019.

This includes all groups, clubs and others that will have some type of representation in the parade.


SOS - Students Outreach for Safety will have it's first meeting during after-school on Wednesday, September 11th. SOS will cover different aspects of safety, have some fun, and receive community service hours. See Robin Livingston or Officer Laycock for applications .


**If you need Volunteer Hours see Mrs Long for more information.


Notes from the Library...


1. Just a friendly reminder that if you've had a book checked out for a while, please return those if you are no longer reading them. We have a waiting list for books that are checked out.


If you would like a library card from the Millard Oakley Public Library stop by our library and pick up an application and Mrs. Padgett will take it there for you. This gives you access to thousands of ebooks and audio books for free.


Project Grad is hosting the Hoco Dance to be held on Saturday, September 28 from 7-10 PM. The theme is Hollywood, and is semi-formal. Tickets are $20, and will be sold during lunches. See Mrs. Coffman if you have any questions!

Other Happenings this week!

Tuesday, September 24th Soccer @ LA, Volleyball away @ White County

Thursday, September 26 Soccer @ LA

Friday, September 27th Football away @ Smith County, Volleyball @ LA



Football Regular Season ticket price - $6.00



Thursday 9/19/19 Announcements


It is time once again to buy your reserved basketball seat tickets for the 2019-2020 season at Livingston Academy. Tickets can be purchased between the hours of 7:00 AM and 3:00 PM starting September 9th, 2019. Reserved seats need to be picked up before November 1st, 2019 or they will be offered to someone on the waiting list. Call the school at 823-5911 with any questions. Go Hog-eye!!


HOMECOMING 2019

The homecoming parade will be on Thursday night (October 3rd, 2019) starting at 6:00 PM. Line up for the parade will begin at 5:00 PM (no earlier please).

The parade line up and starting point will be in the student parking lot of LA.

Students will travel to First National Bank of Tennessee then go to the field behind the bank parking lot by Webb Realty for pep rally and bonfire. First National Bank will have canopies set up and will have hot-dogs, chips, drinks, and music for all. The LA Band will play and cheerleaders will lead the pep rally.

Please pick up your parade entry form from the office and return completed entry form to Mr. Dingwall by Tuesday, October 1st, 2019.

This includes all groups, clubs and others that will have some type of representation in the parade.


SOS - Students Outreach for Safety will have it's first meeting during after-school on Wednesday, September 11th. SOS will cover different aspects of safety, have some fun, and receive community service hours. See Robin Livingston or Officer Laycock for applications .


Tuesday-Wednesday-Thursday: Next week is College and Career Week at LA. We have several activities planned so please review the flyers for the week posted in most classrooms. We will have 2 DRESS UP days during the week: Tuesday is wear your favorite college T day. Friday is dress for your future career day. If you have LA Ts we would like to ask you to wear those on Thursday when every student at LA goes off campus for college or career visits.


**If you need Volunteer Hours see Mrs Long for more information.


Notes from the Library...


1. Just a friendly reminder that if you've had a book checked out for a while, please return those if you are no longer reading them. We have a waiting list for books that are checked out.


If you would like a library card from the Millard Oakley Public Library stop by our library and pick up an application and Mrs. Padgett will take it there for you. This gives you access to thousands of ebooks and audio books for free.


Project Grad is hosting the Hoco Dance to be held on Saturday, September 28 from 7-10 PM. The theme is Hollywood, and is semi-formal. Tickets are $20, and will be sold during lunches. See Mrs. Coffman if you have any questions!

Other Happenings this week!

4. Thursday: Volleyball hosts Upperman, Soccer hosts Dekalb County

5. Friday: Volleyball at Lebanon Tourney, Football is at Stone Memorial



Football Regular Season ticket price - $6.00



Wednesday 9/18/19 Announcements


It is time once again to buy your reserved basketball seat tickets for the 2019-2020 season at Livingston Academy. Tickets can be purchased between the hours of 7:00 AM and 3:00 PM starting September 9th, 2019. Reserved seats need to be picked up before November 1st, 2019 or they will be offered to someone on the waiting list. Call the school at 823-5911 with any questions. Go Hog-eye!!


HOMECOMING 2019

The homecoming parade will be on Thursday night (October 3rd, 2019) starting at 6:00 PM. Line up for the parade will begin at 5:00 PM (no earlier please).

The parade line up and starting point will be in the student parking lot of LA.

Students will travel to First National Bank of Tennessee then go to the field behind the bank parking lot by Webb Realty for pep rally and bonfire. First National Bank will have canopies set up and will have hot-dogs, chips, drinks, and music for all. The LA Band will play and cheerleaders will lead the pep rally.

Please pick up your parade entry form from the office and return completed entry form to Mr. Dingwall by Tuesday, October 1st, 2019.

This includes all groups, clubs and others that will have some type of representation in the parade.


SOS - Students Outreach for Safety will have it's first meeting during after-school on Wednesday, September 11th. SOS will cover different aspects of safety, have some fun, and receive community service hours. See Robin Livingston or Officer Laycock for applications .


Tuesday-Wednesday-Thursday: Next week is College and Career Week at LA. We have several activities planned so please review the flyers for the week posted in most classrooms. We will have 2 DRESS UP days during the week: Tuesday is wear your favorite college T day. Friday is dress for your future career day. If you have LA Ts we would like to ask you to wear those on Thursday when every student at LA goes off campus for college or career visits.


**If you need Volunteer Hours see Mrs Long for more information.


Notes from the Library...


1. Just a friendly reminder that if you've had a book checked out for a while, please return those if you are no longer reading them. We have a waiting list for books that are checked out.


2. If you are interested in ordering books through the Scholastic Flyers they are available in the library. Stop by and pick them up. Orders will be placed next Wed, September 18th.


3. If you would like a library card from the Millard Oakley Public Library stop by our library and pick up an application and Mrs. Padgett will take it there for you. This gives you access to thousands of ebooks and audio books for free.


Project Grad is hosting the Hoco Dance to be held on Saturday, September 28 from 7-10 PM. The theme is Hollywood, and is semi-formal. Tickets are $20, and will be sold during lunches. See Mrs. Coffman if you have any questions!

Other Happenings this week!

3. Wednesday: College and Career Fair at the Armory (refer to Ms. Farris's emailed schedule)

4. Thursday: Volleyball hosts Upperman, Soccer hosts Dekalb County

5. Friday: Volleyball at Lebanon Tourney, Football is at Stone Memorial



Football Regular Season ticket price - $6.00



Monday 9/16/19 Announcements


It is time once again to buy your reserved basketball seat tickets for the 2019-2020 season at Livingston Academy. Tickets can be purchased between the hours of 7:00 AM and 3:00 PM starting September 9th, 2019. Reserved seats need to be picked up before November 1st, 2019. Call the school at 823-5911 with any questions. Go Hog-eye!!


HOMECOMING 2019

The homecoming parade will be on Thursday night (October 3rd, 2019) starting at 6:00 PM. Line up for the parade will begin at 5:00 PM (no earlier please).

The parade line up and starting point will be in the student parking lot of LA.

Students will travel to First National Bank of Tennessee then go to the field behind the bank parking lot by Webb Realty for pep rally and bonfire. First National Bank will have canopies set up and will have hot-dogs, chips, drinks, and music for all. The LA Band will play and cheerleaders will lead the pep rally.

Please pick up your parade entry form from the office and return completed entry form to Mr. Dingwall by Tuesday, October 1st, 2019.

This includes all groups, clubs and others that will have some type of representation in the parade.


SOS - Students Outreach for Safety will have it's first meeting during after-school on Wednesday, September 11th. SOS will cover different aspects of safety, have some fun, and receive community service hours. See Robin Livingston or Officer Laycock for applications .


Tuesday-Wednesday-Thursday: Next week is College and Career Week at LA. We have several activities planned so please review the flyers for the week posted in most classrooms. We will have 2 DRESS UP days during the week: Tuesday is wear your favorite college T day. Friday is dress for your future career day. If you have LA Ts we would like to ask you to wear those on Thursday when every student at LA goes off campus for college or career visits.


**If you need Volunteer Hours see Mrs Long for more information.


Notes from the Library...


1. Just a friendly reminder that if you've had a book checked out for a while, please return those if you are no longer reading them. We have a waiting list for books that are checked out.


2. If you are interested in ordering books through the Scholastic Flyers they are available in the library. Stop by and pick them up. Orders will be placed next Wed, September 18th.


3. If you would like a library card from the Millard Oakley Public Library stop by our library and pick up an application and Mrs. Padgett will take it there for you. This gives you access to thousands of ebooks and audio books for free.


Project Grad is hosting the Hoco Dance to be held on Saturday, September 28 from 7-10 PM. The theme is Hollywood, and is semi-formal. Tickets are $20, and will be sold during lunches. See Mrs. Coffman if you have any questions!

Other Happenings this week!

2. Tuesday: Volleyball at Stone Memorial, Soccer hosts Stone Memorial

3. Wednesday: College and Career Fair at the Armory (refer to Ms. Farris's emailed schedule)

4. Thursday: Volleyball hosts Upperman, Soccer hosts Dekalb County

5. Friday: Volleyball at Lebanon Tourney, Football is at Stone Memorial



Football Regular Season ticket price - $6.00



Friday 9/13/19 Announcements


It is time once again to buy your reserved basketball seat tickets for the 2019-2020 season at Livingston Academy. Tickets can be purchased between the hours of 7:00 AM and 3:00 PM starting September 9th, 2019. Reserved seats need to be picked up before November 1st, 2019. Call the school at 823-5911 with any questions. Go Hog-eye!!


HOMECOMING 2019

The homecoming parade will be on Thursday night (October 3rd, 2019) starting at 6:00 PM. Line up for the parade will begin at 5:00 PM (no earlier please).

The parade line up and starting point will be in the student parking lot of LA.

Students will travel to First National Bank of Tennessee then go to the field behind the bank parking lot by Webb Realty for pep rally and bonfire. First National Bank will have canopies set up and will have hot-dogs, chips, drinks, and music for all. The LA Band will play and cheerleaders will lead the pep rally.

Please pick up your parade entry form from the office and return completed entry form to Mr. Dingwall by Tuesday, October 1st, 2019.

This includes all groups, clubs and others that will have some type of representation in the parade.


SOS - Students Outreach for Safety will have it's first meeting during after-school on Wednesday, September 11th. SOS will cover different aspects of safety, have some fun, and receive community service hours. See Robin Livingston or Officer Laycock for applications .


Tuesday-Wednesday-Thursday: Next week is College and Career Week at LA. We have several activities planned so please review the flyers for the week posted in most classrooms. We will have 2 DRESS UP days during the week: Tuesday is wear your favorite college T day. Friday is dress for your future career day. If you have LA Ts we would like to ask you to wear those on Thursday when every student at LA goes off campus for college or career visits.


FRIDAY: Monday kicks off College and Career Week. Seniors will be off campus for ACT Boot-camp to prepare for their October 1 FREE ACT retake.. Seniors in Coffman and Greenwoods HEH will be at the Millard Oakley library; those students who drive there should park in the Union Bank back parking lot . All other seniors will be at the Rotary Building at the Fairgrounds. Seniors should arrive at each site between 7:45 and 8AM. We will run buses from LA for those seniors who need transportation. Juniors will be going to the National Guard Armory to take the ASVAB. Juniors will board buses to the armory after morning announcements and a breakfast break at LA. This does count as a normal school day for juniors and seniors. Lunch will be served at each location.


1) All underclassmen picture orders are due this Friday September 13th. Turn those into your 3rd block teacher. Yearbook staff will come around at the beginning of 3rd block on Friday to collect those orders.

Reminder to seniors: if you are interested in going on the senior trip, your parent contract and first deposit is due on or before Monday September 16th. You can turn those in to either Mrs. Greenwood or Mrs. Padgett.


**If you need Volunteer Hours see Mrs Long for more information.


Notes from the Library...


1. Just a friendly reminder that if you've had a book checked out for a while, please return those if you are no longer reading them. We have a waiting list for books that are checked out.


2. If you are interested in ordering books through the Scholastic Flyers they are available in the library. Stop by and pick them up. Orders will be placed next Wed, September 18th.


3. If you would like a library card from the Millard Oakley Public Library stop by our library and pick up an application and Mrs. Padgett will take it there for you. This gives you access to thousands of ebooks and audio books for free.


Project Grad is hosting the Hoco Dance to be held on Saturday, September 28 from 7-10 PM. The theme is Hollywood, and is semi-formal. Tickets are $20, and will be sold during lunches. See Mrs. Coffman if you have any questions!

Other Happenings this week!

5. Friday: Girls Soccer at Smokey Mountain Tourney, Football at Upperman

6. Saturday: ACT at LA, Girls Soccer at Smokey Mountain Tourney



Football Regular Season ticket price - $6.00



Thursday 9/12/19 Announcements


It is time once again to buy your reserved basketball seat tickets for the 2019-2020 season at Livingston Academy. Tickets can be purchased between the hours of 7:00 AM and 3:00 PM starting September 9th, 2019. Call the school at 823-5911 with any questions. Go Hog-eye!!


HOMECOMING 2019

The homecoming parade will be on Thursday night (October 3rd, 2019) starting at 6:00 PM. Line up for the parade will begin at 5:00 PM (no earlier please).

The parade line up and starting point will be in the student parking lot of LA.

Students will travel to First National Bank of Tennessee then go to the field behind the bank parking lot by Webb Realty for pep rally and bonfire. First National Bank will have canopies set up and will have hot-dogs, chips, drinks, and music for all. The LA Band will play and cheerleaders will lead the pep rally.

Please pick up your parade entry form from the office and return completed entry form to Mr. Dingwall by Tuesday, October 1st, 2019.

This includes all groups, clubs and others that will have some type of representation in the parade.


SOS - Students Outreach for Safety will have it's first meeting during after-school on Wednesday, September 11th. SOS will cover different aspects of safety, have some fun, and receive community service hours. See Robin Livingston or Officer Laycock for applications .


Project Grad is gearing up for Senior Parking Spot Painting day!! Any Senior who is interested in personalizing their parking spot for the school year can pick up an application with Mrs. Coffman on the table outside of her office. Completed applications and $20 fee are due to Mrs. Coffman by September 12.


Tuesday-Wednesday-Thursday: Next week is College and Career Week at LA. We have several activities planned so please review the flyers for the week posted in most classrooms. We will have 2 DRESS UP days during the week: Tuesday is wear your favorite college T day. Friday is dress for your future career day. If you have LA Ts we would like to ask you to wear those on Thursday when every student at LA goes off campus for college or career visits.


FRIDAY: Monday kicks off College and Career Week. Seniors will be off campus for ACT Boot-camp to prepare for their October 1 FREE ACT retake.. Seniors in Coffman and Greenwoods HEH will be at the Millard Oakley library; those students who drive there should park in the Union Bank back parking lot . All other seniors will be at the Rotary Building at the Fairgrounds. Seniors should arrive at each site between 7:45 and 8AM. We will run buses from LA for those seniors who need transportation. Juniors will be going to the National Guard Armory to take the ASVAB. Juniors will board buses to the armory after morning announcements and a breakfast break at LA. This does count as a normal school day for juniors and seniors. Lunch will be served at each location.


1) All underclassmen picture orders are due this Friday September 13th. Turn those into your 3rd block teacher. Yearbook staff will come around at the beginning of 3rd block on Friday to collect those orders.


2) There will be an FBLA meeting this Thursday, September 12th, during HEH in Mrs Greenwood’s room (room #43). We will be serving DQ biscuit and gravy. If you are interested in joining FBLA, please come by!!


3) Reminder to seniors: if you are interested in going on the senior trip, your parent contract and first deposit is due on or before Monday September 16th. You can turn those in to either Mrs. Greenwood or Mrs. Padgett.


**THURS SEPT 12th Josten's will be here during lunch to take additional orders.


**If you need Volunteer Hours see Mrs Long for more information.


Soccer players going on the Gatlinburg trip need to turn in their Trip Ticket to Mrs Long BEFORE LUNCH THURS September 12!

Notes from the Library...


1. Just a friendly reminder that if you've had a book checked out for a while, please return those if you are no longer reading them. We have a waiting list for books that are checked out.


2. If you are interested in ordering books through the Scholastic Flyers they are available in the library. Stop by and pick them up. Orders will be placed next Wed, September 18th.


3. If you would like a library card from the Millard Oakley Public Library stop by our library and pick up an application and Mrs. Padgett will take it there for you. This gives you access to thousands of ebooks and audio books for free.


Project Grad is hosting the Hoco Dance to be held on Saturday, September 28 from 7-10 PM. The theme is Hollywood, and is semi-formal. Tickets are $20, and will be sold during lunches. See Mrs. Coffman if you have any questions!

Other Happenings this week!

4. Thursday: Volleyball at Smith County at 5:00

5. Friday: Girls Soccer at Smokey Mountain Tourney, Football at Upperman

6. Saturday: ACT at LA, Girls Soccer at Smokey Mountain Tourney



Football Regular Season ticket price - $6.00



Wednesday 9/11/19 Announcements


It is time once again to buy your reserved basketball seat tickets for the 2019-2020 season at Livingston Academy. Tickets can be purchased between the hours of 7:00 AM and 3:00 PM starting September 9th, 2019. Call the school at 823-5911 with any questions. Go Hog-eye!!


HOMECOMING 2019

The homecoming parade will be on Thursday night (October 3rd, 2019) starting at 6:00 PM. Line up for the parade will begin at 5:00 PM (no earlier please).

The parade line up and starting point will be in the student parking lot of LA.

Students will travel to First National Bank of Tennessee then go to the field behind the bank parking lot by Webb Realty for pep rally and bonfire. First National Bank will have canopies set up and will have hot-dogs, chips, drinks, and music for all. The LA Band will play and cheerleaders will lead the pep rally.

Please pick up your parade entry form from the office and return completed entry form to Mr. Dingwall by Tuesday, October 1st, 2019.

This includes all groups, clubs and others that will have some type of representation in the parade.


SOS - Students Outreach for Safety will have it's first meeting during after-school on Wednesday, September 11th. SOS will cover different aspects of safety, have some fun, and receive community service hours. See Robin Livingston or Officer Laycock for applications .


Project Grad is gearing up for Senior Parking Spot Painting day!! Any Senior who is interested in personalizing their parking spot for the school year can pick up an application with Mrs. Coffman on the table outside of her office. Completed applications and $20 fee are due to Mrs. Coffman by September 12.


Tuesday-Wednesday-Thursday: Next week is College and Career Week at LA. We have several activities planned so please review the flyers for the week posted in most classrooms. We will have 2 DRESS UP days during the week: Tuesday is wear your favorite college T day. Friday is dress for your future career day. If you have LA Ts we would like to ask you to wear those on Thursday when every student at LA goes off campus for college or career visits.


FRIDAY: Monday kicks off College and Career Week. Seniors will be off campus for ACT Boot-camp to prepare for their October 1 FREE ACT retake.. Seniors in Coffman and Greenwoods HEH will be at the Millard Oakley library; those students who drive there should park in the Union Bank back parking lot . All other seniors will be at the Rotary Building at the Fairgrounds. Seniors should arrive at each site between 7:45 and 8AM. We will run buses from LA for those seniors who need transportation. Juniors will be going to the National Guard Armory to take the ASVAB. Juniors will board buses to the armory after morning announcements and a breakfast break at LA. This does count as a normal school day for juniors and seniors. Lunch will be served at each location.


1) All underclassmen picture orders are due this Friday September 13th. Turn those into your 3rd block teacher. Yearbook staff will come around at the beginning of 3rd block on Friday to collect those orders.


2) There will be an FBLA meeting this Thursday during HEH in Mrs Greenwood’s room (room #43). We will be serving DQ biscuit and gravy. If you are interested in joining FBLA, please come by!!


3) Reminder to seniors: if you are interested in going on the senior trip, your parent contract and first deposit is due on or before Monday September 16th. You can turn those in to either Mrs. Greenwood or Mrs. Padgett.


**THURS SEPT 12th Josten's will be here during lunch to take additional orders.


**If you need Volunteer Hours see Mrs Long for more information.


Soccer players going on the Gatlinburg trip need to turn in their Trip Ticket to Mrs Long BEFORE LUNCH THURS September 12!

Notes from the Library...


1. Just a friendly reminder that if you've had a book checked out for a while, please return those if you are no longer reading them. We have a waiting list for books that are checked out.


2. If you are interested in ordering books through the Scholastic Flyers they are available in the library. Stop by and pick them up. Orders will be placed next Wed.


3. If you would like a library card from the Millard Oakley Public Library stop by our library and pick up an application and Mrs. Padgett will take it there for you. This gives you access to thousands of ebooks and audio books for free.


Other Happenings this week!

3. Wednesday: Campus Crashers at Lee University and University of Chattanooga

4. Thursday: Volleyball at Smith County at 5:00

5. Friday: Girls Soccer at Smokey Mountain Tourney, Football at Upperman

6. Saturday: ACT at LA, Girls Soccer at Smokey Mountain Tourney



Football Regular Season ticket price - $6.00



Tuesday 9/10/19 Announcements


It is time once again to buy your reserved basketball seat tickets for the 2019-2020 season at Livingston Academy. Tickets can be purchased between the hours of 7:00 AM and 3:00 PM starting September 9th, 2019. Call the school at 823-5911 with any questions. Go Hog-eye!!


HOMECOMING 2019

The homecoming parade will be on Thursday night (October 3rd, 2019) starting at 6:00 PM. Line up for the parade will begin at 5:00 PM (no earlier please).

The parade line up and starting point will be in the student parking lot of LA.

Students will travel to First National Bank of Tennessee then go to the field behind the bank parking lot by Webb Realty for pep rally and bonfire. First National Bank will have canopies set up and will have hot-dogs, chips, drinks, and music for all. The LA Band will play and cheerleaders will lead the pep rally.

Please pick up your parade entry form from the office and return completed entry form to Mr. Dingwall by Tuesday, October 1st, 2019.

This includes all groups, clubs and others that will have some type of representation in the parade.


SOS - Students Outreach for Safety will have it's first meeting during after-school on Wednesday, September 11th. SOS will cover different aspects of safety, have some fun, and receive community service hours. See Robin Livingston or Officer Laycock for applications .


Project Grad is gearing up for Senior Parking Spot Painting day!! Any Senior who is interested in personalizing their parking spot for the school year can pick up an application with Mrs. Coffman on the table outside of her office. Completed applications and $20 fee are due to Mrs. Coffman by September 12.


Tuesday-Wednesday-Thursday: Next week is College and Career Week at LA. We have several activities planned so please review the flyers for the week posted in most classrooms. We will have 2 DRESS UP days during the week: Tuesday is wear your favorite college T day. Friday is dress for your future career day. If you have LA Ts we would like to ask you to wear those on Thursday when every student at LA goes off campus for college or career visits.


FRIDAY: Monday kicks off College and Career Week. Seniors will be off campus for ACT Boot-camp to prepare for their October 1 FREE ACT retake.. Seniors in Coffman and Greenwoods HEH will be at the Millard Oakley library; those students who drive there should park in the Union Bank back parking lot . All other seniors will be at the Rotary Building at the Fairgrounds. Seniors should arrive at each site between 7:45 and 8AM. We will run buses from LA for those seniors who need transportation. Juniors will be going to the National Guard Armory to take the ASVAB. Juniors will board buses to the armory after morning announcements and a breakfast break at LA. This does count as a normal school day for juniors and seniors. Lunch will be served at each location.


1) All underclassmen picture orders are due this Friday September 13th. Turn those into your 3rd block teacher. Yearbook staff will come around at the beginning of 3rd block on Friday to collect those orders.


2) There will be an FBLA meeting this Thursday during HEH in Mrs Greenwood’s room (room #43). We will be serving DQ biscuit and gravy. If you are interested in joining FBLA, please come by!!


3) Reminder to seniors: if you are interested in going on the senior trip, your parent contract and first deposit is due on or before Monday September 16th. You can turn those in to either Mrs. Greenwood or Mrs. Padgett.


**THURS SEPT 12th Josten's will be here during lunch to take additional orders.


**If you need Volunteer Hours see Mrs Long for more information.


Soccer players going on the Gatlinburg trip need to turn in their Trip Ticket to Mrs Long BEFORE LUNCH THURS September 12!


Other Happenings this week!

2. Tuesday: Volleyball at Cumberland County at 5:00, Girls Soccer at Cumberland County at 6:00

3. Wednesday: Campus Crashers at Lee University and University of Chattanooga

4. Thursday: Volleyball at Smith County at 5:00

5. Friday: Girls Soccer at Smokey Mountain Tourney, Football at Upperman

6. Saturday: ACT at LA, Girls Soccer at Smokey Mountain Tourney



Football Regular Season game price - $6.00



Monday 9/09/19 Announcements


It is time once again to buy your reserved basketball seat tickets for the 2019-2020 season at Livingston Academy. Tickets can be purchased between the hours of 7:00 AM and 3:00 PM starting September 9th, 2019. Call the school at 823-5911 with any questions. Go Hog-eye!!


HOMECOMING 2019

The homecoming parade will be on Thursday night (October 3rd, 2019) starting at 6:00 PM. Line up for the parade will begin at 5:00 PM (no earlier please).

The parade line up and starting point will be in the student parking lot of LA.

Students will travel to First National Bank of Tennessee then go to the field behind the bank parking lot by Webb Realty for pep rally and bonfire. First National Bank will have canopies set up and will have hot-dogs, chips, drinks, and music for all. The LA Band will play and cheerleaders will lead the pep rally.

Please pick up your parade entry form from the office and return completed entry form to Mr. Dingwall by Tuesday, October 1st, 2019.

This includes all groups, clubs and others that will have some type of representation in the parade.


SOS - Students Outreach for Safety will have it's first meeting during after-school on Wednesday, September 11th. SOS will cover different aspects of safety, have some fun, and receive community service hours. See Robin Livingston or Officer Laycock for applications .


Project Grad is gearing up for Senior Parking Spot Painting day!! Any Senior who is interested in personalizing their parking spot for the school year can pick up an application with Mrs. Coffman on the table outside of her office. Completed applications and $20 fee are due to Mrs. Coffman by September 12.


Monday: Campus Crashers will be going to visit Lee University and University of Tennessee @ Chattanooga this Wednesday. Seniors who are interested in these 2 colleges must have trip tickets to Ms. Farris today to participate in this trip. You can leave completed tickets on her door.


Tuesday-Wednesday-Thursday: Next week is College and Career Week at LA. We have several activities planned so please review the flyers for the week posted in most classrooms. We will have 2 DRESS UP days during the week: Tuesday is wear your favorite college T day. Friday is dress for your future career day. If you have LA Ts we would like to ask you to wear those on Thursday when every student at LA goes off campus for college or career visits.


FRIDAY: Monday kicks off College and Career Week. Seniors will be off campus for ACT Boot-camp to prepare for their October 1 FREE ACT retake.. Seniors in Coffman and Greenwoods HEH will be at the Millard Oakley library; those students who drive there should park in the Union Bank back parking lot . All other seniors will be at the Rotary Building at the Fairgrounds. Seniors should arrive at each site between 7:45 and 8AM. We will run buses from LA for those seniors who need transportation. Juniors will be going to the National Guard Armory to take the ASVAB. Juniors will board buses to the armory after morning announcements and a breakfast break at LA. This does count as a normal school day for juniors and seniors. Lunch will be served at each location.

Other Happenings this week!

1. Today: Volleyball hosts Macon County at 5:00 at First Baptist Church

2. Tuesday: Volleyball at Cumberland County at 5:00, Girls Soccer at Cumberland County at 6:00

3. Wednesday: Campus Crashers at Lee University and University of Chattanooga

4. Thursday: Volleyball at Smith County at 5:00

5. Friday: Girls Soccer at Smokey Mountain Tourney, Football at Upperman

6. Saturday: ACT at LA, Girls Soccer at Smokey Mountain Tourney



Football Regular Season game price - $6.00



Friday 9/06/19 Announcements


It is time once again to buy your reserved basketball seat tickets for the 2019-2020 season at Livingston Academy. Tickets can be purchased between the hours of 7:00 AM and 3:00 PM starting September 9th, 2019. Call the school at 823-5911 with any questions. Go Hog-eye!!


HOMECOMING 2019

The homecoming parade will be on Thursday night (October 3rd, 2019) starting at 6:00 PM. Line up for the parade will begin at 5:00 PM (no earlier please).

The parade line up and starting point will be in the student parking lot of LA.

Students will travel to First National Bank of Tennessee then go to the field behind the bank parking lot by Webb Realty for pep rally and bonfire. First National Bank will have canopies set up and will have hot-dogs, chips, drinks, and music for all. The LA Band will play and cheerleaders will lead the pep rally.

Please pick up your parade entry form from the office and return completed entry form to Mr. Dingwall by Tuesday, October 1st, 2019.

This includes all groups, clubs and others that will have some type of representation in the parade.


SOS - Students Outreach for Safety will have it's first meeting during after-school on Wednesday, September 11th. SOS will cover different aspects of safety, have some fun, and receive community service hours. See Robin Livingston or Officer Laycock for applications .


Project Grad is gearing up for Senior Parking Spot Painting day!! Any Senior who is interested in personalizing their parking spot for the school year can pick up an application with Mrs. Coffman on the table outside of her office. Completed applications and $20 fee are due to Mrs. Coffman by September 12.


Next Week's Campus Crashers Trip for Seniors is to University of Tennessee at Chattanooga with a stop at Lee University. Trip tickets due to Ms. Farris by Monday!


Football Regular Season game price - $6.00



Thursday 9/05/19 Announcements

Attention Juniors and Seniors and Parents: Livingston Academy will be having Jostens return to LA on Thursday, Sept 5th, during lunch and 3 to 6 PM, to allow students to place class ring orders as a group and graduation announcement orders as a group. Please have your student bring their order form and their deposit on Thursday, Sept. 5th, during lunch or from 3 to 6 pm.


It is time once again to buy your reserved basketball seat tickets for the 2019-2020 season at Livingston Academy. Tickets can be purchased between the hours of 7:00 AM and 3:00 PM starting September 9th, 2019. Call the school at 823-5911 with any questions. Go Hog-eye!!

Juniors and Seniors enrolled in Dual Enrollment VOL ST classes ALL Balances are due THIS WEEK!!


HOMECOMING 2019

The homecoming parade will be on Thursday night (October 3rd, 2019) starting at 6:00 PM. Line up for the parade will begin at 5:00 PM (no earlier please).

The parade line up and starting point will be in the student parking lot of LA.

Students will travel to First National Bank of Tennessee then go to the field behind the bank parking lot by Webb Realty for pep rally and bonfire. First National Bank will have canopies set up and will have hot-dogs, chips, drinks, and music for all. The LA Band will play and cheerleaders will lead the pep rally.

Please pick up your parade entry form from the office and return completed entry form to Mr. Dingwall by Tuesday, October 1st, 2019.

This includes all groups, clubs and others that will have some type of representation in the parade.


Outdoor Club Meeting in Mr. Lee's room during HEH, September 5th, for those who want to go on the Dale Hollow Dam trip!


SOS - Students Outreach for Safety will have it's first meeting during after-school on Wednesday, September 11th. SOS will cover different aspects of safety, have some fun, and receive community service hours.


PARENT TEACHER CONFERENCE - Thursday, September 5th from 3-6 PM.


Project Grad is gearing up for Senior Parking Spot Painting day!! Any Senior who is interested in personalizing their parking spot for the school year can pick up an application with Mrs. Coffman on the table outside of her office. Completed applications and $20 fee are due to Mrs. Coffman by September 12.


Next Week's Campus Crashers Trip for Seniors is to University of Tennessee at Chattanooga with a stop at Lee University. Trip tickets due to Ms. Farris by Monday!


Football Regular Season game price - $6.00



Wednesday 9/04/19 Announcements


Attention Juniors and Seniors and Parents: Livingston Academy will be having Jostens return to LA on Thursday, Sept 5th, during lunch and 3 to 6 PM, to allow students to place class ring orders as a group and graduation announcement orders as a group. Please have your student bring their order form and their deposit on Thursday, Sept. 5th, during lunch or from 3 to 6 pm.


It is time once again to buy your reserved basketball seat tickets for the 2019-2020 season at Livingston Academy. Tickets can be purchased between the hours of 7:00 AM and 3:00 PM starting September 9th, 2019. Call the school at 823-5911 with any questions. Go Hog-eye!!

Juniors and Seniors enrolled in Dual Enrollment VOL ST classes ALL Balances are due THIS WEEK!!


HOMECOMING 2019

The homecoming parade will be on Thursday night (October 3rd, 2019) starting at 6:00 PM. Line up for the parade will begin at 5:00 PM (no earlier please).

The parade line up and starting point will be in the student parking lot of LA.

Students will travel to First National Bank of Tennessee then go to the field behind the bank parking lot by Webb Realty for pep rally and bonfire. First National Bank will have canopies set up and will have hot-dogs, chips, drinks, and music for all. The LA Band will play and cheerleaders will lead the pep rally.

Please pick up your parade entry form from the office and return completed entry form to Mr. Dingwall by Tuesday, October 1st, 2019.

This includes all groups, clubs and others that will have some type of representation in the parade.


Football Regular Season game price - $6.00


Tuesday 9/03/19 Announcements


This week's Campus Crashers' Trip for Seniors will be to University of Tennessee @ Knoxville. Trip tickets must be to Ms. Farris by Noon Tuesday, Sept. 3. The trip is limited to 48 seniors as we can only get one bus so get those tickets in early to be one of the 48.

On Tuesday, Sept. 3 ALL SENIORS will be going to the Upper Cumberland College Fair at Hyder Burks. Trip notes were given out during Senior Seminar; please have that note with you on Tuesday as it is your ticket to board the buses to the fair.

It is time once again to buy your reserved basketball seat tickets for the 2019-2020 season at Livingston Academy. Tickets can be purchased between the hours of 7:00 AM and 3:00 PM starting September 9th, 2019. Call the school at 823-5911 with any questions. Go Hog-eye!!


September 6th LA hosts Cumberland County @ 7:00 - tickets are $6.00.


Friday 8/30/19 Announcements


Mrs. Trent will be starting an ACT tutoring group during the after school program. Please email or see Mrs. Trent if you are interested.

Next week's Campus Crashers' Trip for Seniors will be to University of Tennessee @ Knoxville. Trip tickets must be to Ms. Farris by Noon Tuesday, Sept. 3. The trip is limited to 48 seniors as we can only get one bus so get those tickets in early to be one of the 48.

On Tuesday, Sept. 3 ALL SENIORS will be going to the Upper Cumberland College Fair at Hyder Burks. Trip notes were given out during Senior Seminar; please have that note with you on Tuesday as it is your ticket to board the buses to the fair.

It is time once again to buy your reserved basketball seat tickets for the 2019-2020 season at Livingston Academy. Tickets can be purchased between the hours of 7:00 AM and 3:00 PM starting September 9th, 2019. Call the school at 823-5911 with any questions. Go Hog-eye!!

August 30 - Home Football vs. Cookeville



Thursday 8/29/19 Announcements


After school starts on August 15th. Applications can be picked up in the library and returned to Robin Livingston.

If you are interested in being a part of the Chess Club, please see Robin Livingston for more information.

Mrs. Trent will be starting an ACT tutoring group during the after school program. Please email or see Mrs. Trent if you are interested.

Next week's Campus Crashers' Trip for Seniors will be to University of Tennessee @ Knoxville. Trip tickets must be to Ms. Farris by Noon Tuesday, Sept. 3. The trip is limited to 48 seniors as we can only get one bus so get those tickets in early to be one of the 48.

On Tuesday, Sept. 3 ALL SENIORS will be going to the Upper Cumberland College Fair at Hyder Burks. Trip notes were given out during Senior Seminar; please have that note with you on Tuesday as it is your ticket to board the buses to the fair.

August 30 - Home Football vs. Cookeville



Wednesday 8/28/19 Announcements


After school starts on August 15th. Applications can be picked up in the library and returned to Robin Livingston.

If you are interested in being a part of the Chess Club, please see Robin Livingston for more information.

Mrs. Trent will be starting an ACT tutoring group during the after school program. Please email or see Mrs. Trent if you are interested.

Disney Trip Parent Meeting August 28th @ 5:15 in the Mini-theater

August 28 - Campus Crashers MTSU-Volleyball Team in Orlando until September 1

August 29 - Student Gov't Elections-Soccer at Macon County

August 30 - Home Football vs. Cookeville



Monday 8/26/19 Announcements


After school starts on August 15th. Applications can be picked up in the library and returned to Robin Livingston.

If you are interested in being a part of the Chess Club, please see Robin Livingston for more information.

Mrs. Trent will be starting an ACT tutoring group during the after school program. Please email or see Mrs. Trent if you are interested.

HOSA club is now accepting applications for those who are interested in participating in HOSA for the 2019-20 school year. Please pick up application from Mrs. Reeder in room 48. All applications must be returned by Tuesday August 27, 2019.


August 27 - HEH Jr Class Ring Mtg - Student Government Speeches 1st Block, Seniors order caps/gowns during 2nd block, Volleyball hosts Cumberland County, Soccer at Upperman

August 28 - Campus Crashers MTSU-Volleyball Team in Orlando until September 1

August 29 - Student Gov't Elections-Soccer at Macon County

August 30 - Home Football vs. Cookeville



Thursday 8/22/19 Announcements


After school starts on August 15th. Applications can be picked up in the library and returned to Robin Livingston.

If you are interested in being a part of the Chess Club, please see Robin Livingston for more information.

FBLA (Future Business Leaders of America) is now taking membership applications to join the BEST club here at LA. To join, come by Mrs. Clouse's room (#42) and pick up an application form. The cost is $30 and this includes your club t-shirt. If you sign up before next Friday, August 23rd, you will have a chance to win FREE membership. Any questions, please see Mrs. Clouse or Mrs. Greenwood.

Mrs. Trent will be starting an ACT tutoring group during the after school program. Please email or see Mrs. Trent if you are interested.

HOSA club is now accepting applications for those who are interested in participating in HOSA for the 2019-20 school year. Please pick up application from Mrs. Reeder in room 48. All applications must be returned by Tuesday August 27, 2019


August 18-23 - Student Gov't Campaign Week

August 23 - Home Football vs. Westmoreland

August 24 - SAT @ LA

August 27 - HEH Jr Class Ring Mtg - 2nd Block Sr Cap & Gown Mtg.

August 27 - Student Gov't Speeches

August 28 - Campus Crashers

August 29 - Student Gov't Elections

August 30 - Home Football vs. Cookeville


Who wants to "taco" bout FCCLA? August 20th, Mrs. Bilbrey's room #56, 3 PM. If you would like more info come check us out!





Monday 8/19/19 Announcements


After school starts on August 15th. Applications can be picked up in the library and returned to Robin Livingston.

LA Boys Soccer Tryouts will be held on Saturday, August 17th @ 8 A.M. @ the LA Soccer field. Come prepared for workouts; filling out paperwork and bring a copy of your current physical.

FBLA (Future Business Leaders of America) is now taking membership applications to join the BEST club here at LA. To join, come by Mrs. Clouse's room (#42) and pick up an application form. The cost id $30 and this includes your club t-shirt. If you sign up before next Friday, August 23rd, you will have a chance to win FREE membership. Any questions, please see Mrs. Clouse or Mrs. Greenwood.

Mrs. Trent will be starting an ACT tutoring group during the after school program. Please email or see Mrs. Trent if you are interested.

HOSA club is now accepting applications for those who are interested in participating in HOSA for the 2019-20 school year. Please pick up application from Mrs. Reeder in room 48. All applications must be returned by Tuesday August 27, 2019


August 18-23 - Student Gov't Campaign Week

August 20 - Student Diversity Training One Class per Block

August 21 - Campus Crashers

August 23 - Home Football vs. Westmoreland

August 24 - SAT @ LA

August 27 - HEH Jr Class Ring Mtg - 2nd Block Sr Cap & Gown Mtg.

August 27 - Student Gov't Speeches

August 28 - Campus Crashers

August 29 - Student Gov't Elections

August 30 - Home Football vs. Cookeville


Who wants to "taco" bout FCCLA? August 20th, Mrs. Bilbrey's room #56, 3 PM. If you would like more info come check us out!





Friday 8/16/19 Announcements


After school starts on August 15th. Applications can be picked up in the library and returned to Robin Livingston.

LA Boys Soccer Tryouts will be held on Saturday, August 17th @ 8 A.M. @ the LA Soccer field. Come prepared for workouts; filling out paperwork and bring a copy of your current physical.

FBLA (Future Business Leaders of America) is now taking membership applications to join the BEST club here at LA. To join, come by Mrs. Clouse's room (#42) and pick up an application form. The cost id $30 and this includes your club t-shirt. If you sign up before next Friday, August 23rd, you will have a chance to win FREE membership. Any questions, please see Mrs. Clouse or Mrs. Greenwood.

August 16 - Shawn Moffitt Memorial Jamboree (Tickets available now to purchase $5.00 in the front office)

August 18-23 - Student Gov't Campaign Week

August 20 - Student Diversity Training One Class per Block

August 21 - Campus Crashers

August 23 - Home Football vs. Westmoreland

August 24 - SAT @ LA

August 27 - HEH Jr Class Ring Mtg - 2nd Block Sr Cap & Gown Mtg.

August 27 - Student Gov't Speeches

August 28 - Campus Crashers

August 29 - Student Gov't Elections

August 30 - Home Football vs. Cookeville


Who wants to "taco" bout FCCLA? August 20th, Mrs. Bilbrey's room #56, 3 PM. If you would like more info come check us out!


LA Senior Family Night


When: Thursday, August 15, 2019 @ 6PM

Where: LA Mini Theater

Who: All Seniors, Parents, Guardians, or Family Members who will be supporting seniors as they prepare for "Life After High School"


Topics:

  • PAYING FOR COLLEGE (TCAT, Community College, Public University, Private College, etc) Sam Mullins, AKA THE MONEY GUY will be our featured speaker. He will share his wealth of information on finding the $$ to cover the college of your choice; from grants to scholarships to loans, he will explain. TN PROMISE, TN HOPE, TN SCHOLARS, FAFSA, etc--we'll help you understand what they are and when to do what!
  • All THREE local colleges (TCAT@Livingston, Volunteer State and TTU) will be on hand with information on their application process, deadlines and scholarship eligibility.
  • I'll have an LA Important Dates List for you so you can plan for this important year. We have some great things planned for seniors at LA!
  • We will all stick around after the program ends to answer any questions you may have!


We highly encourage seniors and their guardians to attend! While I certainly will email my notes from the presentation, notes are never as good as the actual presentation. Hope to see you there!





Monday 8/12/19 Announcements

After school starts on August 15th. Applications can be picked up in the library and returned to Robin Livingston.

LA Boys Soccer Tryouts will be held on Saturday, August 17th @ 8 A.M. @ the LA Soccer field. Come prepared for workouts; filling out paperwork and bring a copy of your current physical.


August 12: Last day to adjust schedules

August 14: Senior formal retakes

August 15: Senior Parent Meeting - College Planning Night - 6:00 P.M.

August 16 - Shawn Moffitt Memorial Jamboree (Tickets available now to purchase $5.00 in the front office)

August 18-23 - Student Gov't Campaign Week

August 20 - Student Diversity Training One Class per Block

August 21 - Campus Crashers

August 23 - Home Football vs. Westmoreland

August 24 - SAT @ LA

August 27 - HEH Jr Class Ring Mtg - 2nd Block Sr Cap & Gown Mtg.

August 27 - Student Gov't Speeches

August 28 - Campus Crashers

August 29 - Student Gov't Elections

August 30 - Home Football vs. Cookeville



LA Sports Tryouts Date

Girl's Volleyball - May 18th 10:00-11:30 AM

Middle school tryouts May 20th 1:00-3:00

Girls Basketball May 18th 8-10:00 AM

Boy's Basketball May 20th 8-10:00 AM

Golf Meeting 5-20 Tryouts 6-24

Baseball May 21st 10:00 AM

Softball May 20th 3-4:00 PM

LA Girls Soccer for upcoming 9th graders

@ LA Soccer Field

Middle School Girls Soccer Grades 5th-8th -May 16th & May 17th 6-7:30 PM @ Dale Hollow Soccer Fields (arrive 15 minutes early and have a current physical)

Who wants to "taco" bout FCCLA? August 20th, Mrs. Bilbrey's room #56, 3 PM. If you would like more info come check us out!


LA Senior Family Night


When: Thursday, August 15, 2019 @ 6PM

Where: LA Mini Theater

Who: All Seniors, Parents, Guardians, or Family Members who will be supporting seniors as they prepare for "Life After High School"


Topics:

  • PAYING FOR COLLEGE (TCAT, Community College, Public University, Private College, etc) Sam Mullins, AKA THE MONEY GUY will be our featured speaker. He will share his wealth of information on finding the $$ to cover the college of your choice; from grants to scholarships to loans, he will explain. TN PROMISE, TN HOPE, TN SCHOLARS, FAFSA, etc--we'll help you understand what they are and when to do what!
  • All THREE local colleges (TCAT@Livingston, Volunteer State and TTU) will be on hand with information on their application process, deadlines and scholarship eligibility.
  • I'll have an LA Important Dates List for you so you can plan for this important year. We have some great things planned for seniors at LA!
  • We will all stick around after the program ends to answer any questions you may have!


We highly encourage seniors and their guardians to attend! While I certainly will email my notes from the presentation, notes are never as good as the actual presentation. Hope to see you there!





Friday 5/03/19 Announcements

Talent show try outs will be Friday, May 3 right after school in Mrs. Coffman’s office. See Mrs. Coffman if you have any questions.

All seniors that attended Rickman Elementary are invited to the Rickman library on Thursday, May 9 at 3 pm for Senior Celebration. Come enjoy friends, food, and fun memories!

ATTENTION SENIORS: The deadline to pay for Pro Grad shirts has been extended until next Friday, May 3. The cost is $12, and you must purchase a shirt to go on the trip!

Prom 2019 Announcement

Tickets are on sale now for Prom 2019! Tickets can be purchased at lunch for only $40 each until May 3rd. May 3rd is the LAST DAY to purchase PROM tickets! There will be NO tickets sold at the door Saturday night.


Announcements from After School...

Wow!! If you missed after school program yesterday you missed a fabulous cooking class!! The Northwest Apple Salad was amazing!! We had fun cooking and eating our final products. Mark you calendars to join us next Wednesday.

Also, Don’t forget Chess club on Monday and Tuesday!!


NOTES FROM THE LIBRARY…

All students must turn in library books no later than May 6th. Sorry but we must prepare for inventory. If you need books for summer don't forget about our wonderful public library and all of the free little libraries around the county.

The library has received the bookmarks of Nick Brown’s award winning artwork so if you would like one swing by the library and pick it up anytime.

Don’t forget Chess club meets on Monday and Tuesday during the after school program. Hope to see you there!!

Any Senior eligible to get a cord for either Project Grad or Interact, please see Mrs. Coffman. The cost of the cords will be $8-$10. Please see Mrs. Coffman to order your cord or to check your eligibility for one.

The public performance of LA’s spring musical, “You Ain’t Nothin’ But A Werewolf,” will be May 5th at 3:00 pm.



Thursday 5/02/19 Announcements

Talent show try outs will be Friday, May 3 right after school in Mrs. Coffman’s office. See Mrs. Coffman if you have any questions.

All seniors that attended Rickman Elementary are invited to the Rickman library on Thursday, May 9 at 3 pm for Senior Celebration. Come enjoy friends, food, and fun memories!

ATTENTION SENIORS: The deadline to pay for Pro Grad shirts has been extended until next Friday, May 3. The cost is $12, and you must purchase a shirt to go on the trip!

Prom 2019 Announcement

Tickets are on sale now for Prom 2019! Tickets can be purchased at lunch for only $40 each until May 3rd. May 3rd is the LAST DAY to purchase PROM tickets! There will be NO tickets sold at the door Saturday night.


Announcements from After School...

Wow!! If you missed after school program yesterday you missed a fabulous cooking class!! The Northwest Apple Salad was amazing!! We had fun cooking and eating our final products. Mark you calendars to join us next Wednesday.

Also, Don’t forget Chess club on Monday and Tuesday!!


NOTES FROM THE LIBRARY…

All students must turn in library books no later than May 6th. Sorry but we must prepare for inventory. If you need books for summer don't forget about our wonderful public library and all of the free little libraries around the county.

The library has received the bookmarks of Nick Brown’s award winning artwork so if you would like one swing by the library and pick it up anytime.

Don’t forget Chess club meets on Monday and Tuesday during the after school program. Hope to see you there!!

Any Senior eligible to get a cord for either Project Grad or Interact, please see Mrs. Coffman. The cost of the cords will be $8-$10. Please see Mrs. Coffman to order your cord or to check your eligibility for one.

The public performance of LA’s spring musical, “You Ain’t Nothin’ But A Werewolf,” will be May 5th at 3:00 pm.



Wednesday 5/01/19 Announcements

Talent show try outs will be Friday, May 3 right after school in Mrs. Coffman’s office. See Mrs. Coffman if you have any questions.

All seniors that attended Rickman Elementary are invited to the Rickman library on Thursday, May 9 at 3 pm for Senior Celebration. Come enjoy friends, food, and fun memories!

ATTENTION SENIORS: The deadline to pay for Pro Grad shirts has been extended until next Friday, May 3. The cost is $12, and you must purchase a shirt to go on the trip!

Prom 2019 Announcement

Tickets are on sale now for Prom 2019! Tickets can be purchased at lunch for only $40 each until May 3rd. May 3rd is the LAST DAY to purchase PROM tickets! There will be NO tickets sold at the door Saturday night.


Announcements from After School...

Wow!! If you missed after school program yesterday you missed a fabulous cooking class!! The Northwest Apple Salad was amazing!! We had fun cooking and eating our final products. Mark you calendars to join us next Wednesday.

Also, Don’t forget Chess club on Monday and Tuesday!!


NOTES FROM THE LIBRARY…

Seniors need to have all library books turned in no later than April 30th.

All students must turn in library books no later than May 6th. Sorry but we must prepare for inventory. If you need books for summer don't forget about our wonderful public library and all of the free little libraries around the county.

1. ALL SENIORS!!! Please mark your calendars for May 1st!! We will be going to each of the elementary and middle schools for the senior walk in front of the students and staff in your honor. You will load the buses at 7:35 and you will need to bring your cap and gown that you receive on April 25th. Lunch will be provided and we will return at 2:15. For more information see Mrs. Padgett in the library.

2. The library has received the bookmarks of Nick Brown’s award winning artwork so if you would like one swing by the library and pick it up anytime.

3. Don’t forget Chess club meets on Monday and Tuesday during the after school program. Hope to see you there!!

Any Senior eligible to get a cord for either Project Grad or Interact, please see Mrs. Coffman. The cost of the cords will be $8-$10. Please see Mrs. Coffman to order your cord or to check your eligibility for one.

The public performance of LA’s spring musical, “You Ain’t Nothin’ But A Werewolf,” will be May 3rd at 6:00 pm.


Yearbooks are now on sale!!!! You can go to www.balfour.com to place your order. APRIL 26th is the last day to order a yearbook.

Tuesday 4/30/19 Announcements


ATTENTION SENIORS: The deadline to pay for Pro Grad shirts has been extended until next Friday, May 3. The cost is $12, and you must purchase a shirt to go on the trip!

Prom 2019 Announcement

Tickets are on sale now for Prom 2019! Tickets can be purchased at lunch for only $40 each until May 3rd. May 3rd is the LAST DAY to purchase PROM tickets! There will be NO tickets sold at the door Saturday night.


Announcements from After School...

Wow!! If you missed after school program yesterday you missed a fabulous cooking class!! The Northwest Apple Salad was amazing!! We had fun cooking and eating our final products. Mark you calendars to join us next Wednesday.

Also, Don’t forget Chess club on Monday and Tuesday!!


NOTES FROM THE LIBRARY…

Seniors need to have all library books turned in no later than April 30th.

1. ALL SENIORS!!! Please mark your calendars for May 1st!! We will be going to each of the elementary and middle schools for the senior walk in front of the students and staff in your honor. You will load the buses at 7:35 and you will need to bring your cap and gown that you receive on April 25th. Lunch will be provided and we will return at 2:15. For more information see Mrs. Padgett in the library.

2. The library has received the bookmarks of Nick Brown’s award winning artwork so if you would like one swing by the library and pick it up anytime.

3. Don’t forget Chess club meets on Monday and Tuesday during the after school program. Hope to see you there!!

Any Senior eligible to get a cord for either Project Grad or Interact, please see Mrs. Coffman. The cost of the cords will be $8-$10. Please see Mrs. Coffman to order your cord or to check your eligibility for one.

The public performance of LA’s spring musical, “You Ain’t Nothin’ But A Werewolf,” will be May 3rd at 6:00 pm.


Yearbooks are now on sale!!!! You can go to www.balfour.com to place your order. APRIL 26th is the last day to order a yearbook.

Friday 4/26/19 Announcements

ATTENTION SENIORS: The deadline to pay for Pro Grad shirts has been extended until next Friday, May 3. The cost is $12, and you must purchase a shirt to go on the trip!

All juniors and their parents are invited to the Getting READY for Your SENIOR Year Parent Night at 6 PM on Thursday, April 25; we do recommend that the junior students attend with their parents when possible.

We will cover several things in our hour together:

  • Transcript Review and Senior Year Planning
  • Planning for Life After High School- TCAT, Vol State, TTU, and the National Guard are all present to provide info about local options.
  • Paying for College -We introduce you to a variety of ways to get the $$ for whichever college you choose and how to apply for this $$! Learn how and when to apply!
  • Senior FUN Stuff--We'll talk about some of the fun traditions you have to look forward to! Seniors have some great traditions at LA!


Prom 2019 Announcement

Tickets are on sale now for Prom 2019! Tickets can be purchased at lunch for only $35 each until April 26th. After April 26th ticket prices will be $40 each. Mark your calendars and get your tickets early! Any dates that are not LA students must be approved. You can pick up that form at the prom ticket table. All forms must be returned by April 24th! We will be taking nominations for prom king and queen next week.


Announcements from After School...

Wow!! If you missed after school program yesterday you missed a fabulous cooking class!! The Northwest Apple Salad was amazing!! We had fun cooking and eating our final products. Mark you calendars to join us next Wednesday.

Also, Don’t forget Chess club on Monday and Tuesday!!


NOTES FROM THE LIBRARY…

There has been a change in the VSBA Awards voting - It has been rescheduled to Wednesday of this week. It will meet in the library during HEH.

Seniors need to have all library books turned in no later than April 30th.

1. ALL SENIORS!!! Please mark your calendars for May 1st!! We will be going to each of the elementary and middle schools for the senior walk in front of the students and staff in your honor. You will load the buses at 7:35 and you will need to bring your cap and gown that you receive on April 25th. Lunch will be provided and we will return at 2:15. For more information see Mrs. Padgett in the library.

2. The library has received the bookmarks of Nick Brown’s award winning artwork so if you would like one swing by the library and pick it up anytime.

3. Don’t forget Chess club meets on Monday and Tuesday during the after school program. Hope to see you there!!

Any Senior eligible to get a cord for either Project Grad or Interact, please see Mrs. Coffman. The cost of the cords will be $8-$10. Please see Mrs. Coffman to order your cord or to check your eligibility for one.

The public performance of LA’s spring musical, “You Ain’t Nothin’ But A Werewolf,” will be May 3rd at 6:00 pm.


Yearbooks are now on sale!!!! You can go to www.balfour.com to place your order. APRIL 26th is the last day to order a yearbook.

Thursday 4/25/19 Announcements

ATTENTION SENIORS: The deadline to pay for Pro Grad shirts has been extended until next Friday, May 3. The cost is $12, and you must purchase a shirt to go on the trip!

All juniors and their parents are invited to the Getting READY for Your SENIOR Year Parent Night at 6 PM on Thursday, April 25; we do recommend that the junior students attend with their parents when possible.

We will cover several things in our hour together:

  • Transcript Review and Senior Year Planning
  • Planning for Life After High School- TCAT, Vol State, TTU, and the National Guard are all present to provide info about local options.
  • Paying for College -We introduce you to a variety of ways to get the $$ for whichever college you choose and how to apply for this $$! Learn how and when to apply!
  • Senior FUN Stuff--We'll talk about some of the fun traditions you have to look forward to! Seniors have some great traditions at LA!


Prom 2019 Announcement

Tickets are on sale now for Prom 2019! Tickets can be purchased at lunch for only $35 each until April 26th. After April 26th ticket prices will be $40 each. Mark your calendars and get your tickets early! Any dates that are not LA students must be approved. You can pick up that form at the prom ticket table. All forms must be returned by April 24th! We will be taking nominations for prom king and queen next week.


Announcements from After School...

Wow!! If you missed after school program yesterday you missed a fabulous cooking class!! The Northwest Apple Salad was amazing!! We had fun cooking and eating our final products. Mark you calendars to join us next Wednesday.

Also, Don’t forget Chess club on Monday and Tuesday!!


NOTES FROM THE LIBRARY…

There has been a change in the VSBA Awards voting - It has been rescheduled to Wednesday of this week. It will meet in the library during HEH.

Seniors need to have all library books turned in no later than April 30th.

1. ALL SENIORS!!! Please mark your calendars for May 1st!! We will be going to each of the elementary and middle schools for the senior walk in front of the students and staff in your honor. You will load the buses at 7:35 and you will need to bring your cap and gown that you receive on April 25th. Lunch will be provided and we will return at 2:15. For more information see Mrs. Padgett in the library.

2. The library has received the bookmarks of Nick Brown’s award winning artwork so if you would like one swing by the library and pick it up anytime.

3. Don’t forget Chess club meets on Monday and Tuesday during the after school program. Hope to see you there!!

Any Senior eligible to get a cord for either Project Grad or Interact, please see Mrs. Coffman. The cost of the cords will be $8-$10. Please see Mrs. Coffman to order your cord or to check your eligibility for one.

The public performance of LA’s spring musical, “You Ain’t Nothin’ But A Werewolf,” will be May 3rd at 6:00 pm.


Yearbooks are now on sale!!!! You can go to www.balfour.com to place your order. APRIL 26th is the last day to order a yearbook.

Wednesday 4/24/19 Announcements

Today, April 24th, is the last day to change your course requests for next year. If you have changed your mind about one of your courses and would like to change it, TODAY is the LAST DAY!!! You will not be able to change these in the fall. See your counselor today to make any changes.

Attention to all those attending Project Graduation. The cost of the shirt will be $12. This money will be due by Friday, April 26. The shirt is your ticket to go on the trip. See Mrs. Coffman.

All juniors and their parents are invited to the Getting READY for Your SENIOR Year Parent Night at 6 PM on Thursday, April 25; we do recommend that the junior students attend with their parents when possible.

We will cover several things in our hour together:

  • Transcript Review and Senior Year Planning
  • Planning for Life After High School- TCAT, Vol State, TTU, and the National Guard are all present to provide info about local options.
  • Paying for College -We introduce you to a variety of ways to get the $$ for whichever college you choose and how to apply for this $$! Learn how and when to apply!
  • Senior FUN Stuff--We'll talk about some of the fun traditions you have to look forward to! Seniors have some great traditions at LA!


Prom 2019 Announcement

Tickets are on sale now for Prom 2019! Tickets can be purchased at lunch for only $35 each until April 26th. After April 26th ticket prices will be $40 each. Mark your calendars and get your tickets early! Any dates that are not LA students must be approved. You can pick up that form at the prom ticket table. All forms must be returned by April 24th! We will be taking nominations for prom king and queen next week.


Announcements from After School...

Wow!! If you missed after school program yesterday you missed a fabulous cooking class!! The Northwest Apple Salad was amazing!! We had fun cooking and eating our final products. Mark you calendars to join us next Wednesday.

Also, Don’t forget Chess club on Monday and Tuesday!!


NOTES FROM THE LIBRARY…

There has been a change in the VSBA Awards voting - It has been rescheduled to Wednesday of this week. It will meet in the library during HEH.

Seniors need to have all library books turned in no later than April 30th.

1. ALL SENIORS!!! Please mark your calendars for May 1st!! We will be going to each of the elementary and middle schools for the senior walk in front of the students and staff in your honor. You will load the buses at 7:35 and you will need to bring your cap and gown that you receive on April 25th. Lunch will be provided and we will return at 2:15. For more information see Mrs. Padgett in the library.

2. The library has received the bookmarks of Nick Brown’s award winning artwork so if you would like one swing by the library and pick it up anytime.

3. Don’t forget Chess club meets on Monday and Tuesday during the after school program. Hope to see you there!!

Any Senior eligible to get a cord for either Project Grad or Interact, please see Mrs. Coffman. The cost of the cords will be $8-$10. Please see Mrs. Coffman to order your cord or to check your eligibility for one.

The public performance of LA’s spring musical, “You Ain’t Nothin’ But A Werewolf,” will be May 3rd at 6:00 pm.


Yearbooks are now on sale!!!! You can go to www.balfour.com to place your order. APRIL 26th is the last day to order a yearbook.

Tuesday 4/23/19 Announcements

Attention to all those attending Project Graduation. The cost of the shirt will be $12. This money will be due by Friday, April 26. The shirt is your ticket to go on the trip. See Mrs. Coffman.

All juniors and their parents are invited to the Getting READY for Your SENIOR Year Parent Night at 6PM on Thursday, April 25; we do recommend that the junior students attend with their parents when possible.

We will cover several things in our hour together:

  • Transcript Review and Senior Year Planning
  • Planning for Life After High School- TCAT, Vol State, TTU, and the National Guard are all present to provide info about local options.
  • Paying for College -We introduce you to a variety of ways to get the $$ for whichever college you choose and how to apply for this $$! Learn how and when to apply!
  • Senior FUN Stuff--We'll talk about some of the fun traditions you have to look forward to! Seniors have some great traditions at LA!


Prom 2019 Announcement

Tickets are on sale now for Prom 2019! Tickets can be purchased at lunch for only $35 each until April 26th. After April 26th ticket prices will be $40 each. Mark your calendars and get your tickets early! Any dates that are not LA students must be approved. You can pick up that form at the prom ticket table. All forms must be returned by April 24th! We will be taking nominations for prom king and queen next week.


Announcements from After School...

Wow!! If you missed after school program yesterday you missed a fabulous cooking class!! The Northwest Apple Salad was amazing!! We had fun cooking and eating our final products. Mark you calendars to join us next Wednesday.

Also, Don’t forget Chess club on Monday and Tuesday!!


NOTES FROM THE LIBRARY…

There has been a change in the VSBA Awards voting - It has been rescheduled to Wednesday of this week. It will meet in the library during HEH.

Seniors need to have all library books turned in no later than April 30th.

1. ALL SENIORS!!! Please mark your calendars for May 1st!! We will be going to each of the elementary and middle schools for the senior walk in front of the students and staff in your honor. You will load the buses at 7:35 and you will need to bring your cap and gown that you receive on April 25th. Lunch will be provided and we will return at 2:15. For more information see Mrs. Padgett in the library.

2. The library has received the bookmarks of Nick Brown’s award winning artwork so if you would like one swing by the library and pick it up anytime.

3. Don’t forget Chess club meets on Monday and Tuesday during the after school program. Hope to see you there!!

Any Senior eligible to get a cord for either Project Grad or Interact, please see Mrs. Coffman. The cost of the cords will be $8-$10. Please see Mrs. Coffman to order your cord or to check your eligibility for one.

The public performance of LA’s spring musical, “You Ain’t Nothin’ But A Werewolf,” will be May 3rd at 6:00 pm.


Yearbooks are now on sale!!!! You can go to www.balfour.com to place your order. APRIL 26th is the last day to order a yearbook.

Monday 4/22/19 Announcements

Attention to all those attending Project Graduation. The cost of the shirt will be $12. This money will be due by Friday, April 26. The shirt is your ticket to go on the trip. See Mrs. Coffman.

All juniors and their parents are invited to the Getting READY for Your SENIOR Year Parent Night at 6PM on Thursday, April 25; we do recommend that the junior students attend with their parents when possible.

We will cover several things in our hour together:

  • Transcript Review and Senior Year Planning
  • Planning for Life After High School- TCAT, Vol State, TTU, and the National Guard are all present to provide info about local options.
  • Paying for College -We introduce you to a variety of ways to get the $$ for whichever college you choose and how to apply for this $$! Learn how and when to apply!
  • Senior FUN Stuff--We'll talk about some of the fun traditions you have to look forward to! Seniors have some great traditions at LA!


Prom 2019 Announcement

Tickets are on sale now for Prom 2019! Tickets can be purchased at lunch for only $35 each until April 26th. After April 26th ticket prices will be $40 each. Mark your calendars and get your tickets early! Any dates that are not LA students must be approved. You can pick up that form at the prom ticket table. All forms must be returned by April 24th! We will be taking nominations for prom king and queen next week.


Announcements from After School...

Wow!! If you missed after school program yesterday you missed a fabulous cooking class!! The Northwest Apple Salad was amazing!! We had fun cooking and eating our final products. Mark you calendars to join us next Wednesday.

Also, Don’t forget Chess club on Monday and Tuesday!!


NOTES FROM THE LIBRARY…

There has been a change in the VSBA Awards voting - It has been rescheduled to Wednesday of this week. It will meet in the library during HEH.

Seniors need to have all library books turned in no later than April 30th.

1. ALL SENIORS!!! Please mark your calendars for May 1st!! We will be going to each of the elementary and middle schools for the senior walk in front of the students and staff in your honor. You will load the buses at 7:35 and you will need to bring your cap and gown that you receive on April 25th. Lunch will be provided and we will return at 2:15. For more information see Mrs. Padgett in the library.

2. The library has received the bookmarks of Nick Brown’s award winning artwork so if you would like one swing by the library and pick it up anytime.

3. Don’t forget Chess club meets on Monday and Tuesday during the after school program. Hope to see you there!!

Any Senior eligible to get a cord for either Project Grad or Interact, please see Mrs. Coffman. The cost of the cords will be $8-$10. Please see Mrs. Coffman to order your cord or to check your eligibility for one.

The public performance of LA’s spring musical, “You Ain’t Nothin’ But A Werewolf,” will be May 3rd at 6:00 pm.


Yearbooks are now on sale!!!! You can go to www.balfour.com to place your order. APRIL 26th is the last day to order a yearbook.

Wednesday 4/17/19 Announcements


Prom 2019 Announcement

Tickets are on sale now for Prom 2019! Tickets can be purchased at lunch for only $35 each until April 26th. After April 26th ticket prices will be $40 each. Mark your calendars and get your tickets early! Any dates that are not LA students must be approved. You can pick up that form at the prom ticket table. All forms must be returned by April 24th! We will be taking nominations for prom king and queen next week.


Announcements from After School...

Wow!! If you missed after school program yesterday you missed a fabulous cooking class!! The Northwest Apple Salad was amazing!! We had fun cooking and eating our final products. Mark you calendars to join us next Wednesday.

Also, Don’t forget Chess club on Monday and Tuesday!!


NOTES FROM THE LIBRARY…

1. Calling all students and teachers that participated in the Volunteer State Book Awards, the time has arrived, we will be voting for the next award winner during Hogeye Half on Monday. Mrs. Padgett would like you to stop the library to pick up a form to fill out on the books that you read to help with the voting process.

2. Calling all students that would like to participate in the cooking class this afternoon during the after school program. There is no charge just fun cooking and eating the final products!! Join us today and every Wednesday.

3. Just a reminder to check those backpacks and lockers for missing library books and be sure to turn them into the library.


1. ALL SENIORS!!! Please mark your calendars for May 1st!! We will be going to each of the elementary and middle schools for the senior walk in front of the students and staff in your honor. You will load the buses at 7:35 and you will need to bring your cap and gown that you receive on April 25th. Lunch will be provided and we will return at 2:15. For more information see Mrs. Padgett in the library.

2. The library has received the bookmarks of Nick Brown’s award winning artwork so if you would like one swing by the library and pick it up anytime.

3. This is the last week to finish reading your books for the Volunteer State Book Award Choice. We will be voting next Monday, April 15th!! Great job to all of those teachers and students that have been reading!! READING ROCKS AT LA!!

4. Don’t forget Chess club meets on Monday and Tuesday during the after school program. Hope to see you there!!

Any Senior eligible to get a cord for either Project Grad or Interact, please see Mrs. Coffman. The cost of the cords will be $8-$10. Please see Mrs. Coffman to order your cord or to check your eligibility for one.

The public performance of LA’s spring musical, “You Ain’t Nothin’ But A Werewolf,” will be May 3rd at 6:00 pm.


Yearbooks are now on sale!!!! You can go to www.balfour.com to place your order. APRIL 26th is the last day to order a yearbook.

Friday 4/12/19 Announcements

Prom 2019 Announcement

Tickets are on sale now for Prom 2019! Tickets can be purchased at lunch for only $35 each until April 26th. After April 26th ticket prices will be $40 each. Mark your calendars and get your tickets early! Any dates that are not LA students must be approved. You can pick up that form at the prom ticket table. All forms must be returned by April 24th! We will be taking nominations for prom king and queen next week.


Announcements from After School...

Wow!! If you missed after school program yesterday you missed a fabulous cooking class!! The Northwest Apple Salad was amazing!! We had fun cooking and eating our final products. Mark you calendars to join us next Wednesday.

Also, Don’t forget Chess club on Monday and Tuesday!!


NOTES FROM THE LIBRARY… Week of 4/8/19

1. ALL SENIORS!!! Please mark your calendars for May 1st!! We will be going to each of the elementary and middle schools for the senior walk in front of the students and staff in your honor. You will load the buses at 7:35 and you will need to bring your cap and gown that you receive on April 25th. Lunch will be provided and we will return at 2:15. For more information see Mrs. Padgett in the library.

2. The library has received the bookmarks of Nick Brown’s award winning artwork so if you would like one swing by the library and pick it up anytime.

3. This is the last week to finish reading your books for the Volunteer State Book Award Choice. We will be voting next Monday, April 15th!! Great job to all of those teachers and students that have been reading!! READING ROCKS AT LA!!

4. Don’t forget Chess club meets on Monday and Tuesday during the after school program. Hope to see you there!!

Attention Seniors!! Its time to sign up to attend Project Grad. Any Senior is eligible to come! Project Grad will begin at 10 PM the night of graduation when we depart from LA. Come by Mrs. Coffman's room to sign up for a bus! Deadline is April 12!

Any Senior eligible to get a cord for either Project Grad or Interact, please see Mrs. Coffman. The cost of the cords will be $8-$10. Please see Mrs. Coffman to order your cord or to check your eligibility for one.

The public performance of LA’s spring musical, “You Ain’t Nothin’ But A Werewolf,” will be May 3rd at 6:00 pm.


Yearbooks are now on sale!!!! You can go to www.balfour.com to place your order. May 1st is the last day to order a yearbook.

Thursday 4/11/19 Announcements

Announcements from After School...

Wow!! If you missed after school program yesterday you missed a fabulous cooking class!! The Northwest Apple Salad was amazing!! We had fun cooking and eating our final products. Mark you calendars to join us next Wednesday.

Also, Don’t forget Chess club on Monday and Tuesday!!


NOTES FROM THE LIBRARY… Week of 4/8/19

1. ALL SENIORS!!! Please mark your calendars for May 1st!! We will be going to each of the elementary and middle schools for the senior walk in front of the students and staff in your honor. You will load the buses at 7:35 and you will need to bring your cap and gown that you receive on April 25th. Lunch will be provided and we will return at 2:15. For more information see Mrs. Padgett in the library.

2. The library has received the bookmarks of Nick Brown’s award winning artwork so if you would like one swing by the library and pick it up anytime.

3. This is the last week to finish reading your books for the Volunteer State Book Award Choice. We will be voting next Monday, April 15th!! Great job to all of those teachers and students that have been reading!! READING ROCKS AT LA!!

4. Don’t forget Chess club meets on Monday and Tuesday during the after school program. Hope to see you there!!

Attention Seniors!! Its time to sign up to attend Project Grad. Any Senior is eligible to come! Project Grad will begin at 10 PM the night of graduation when we depart from LA. Come by Mrs. Coffman's room to sign up for a bus! Deadline is April 12!

Any Senior eligible to get a cord for either Project Grad or Interact, please see Mrs. Coffman. The cost of the cords will be $8-$10. Please see Mrs. Coffman to order your cord or to check your eligibility for one.

The public performance of LA’s spring musical, “You Ain’t Nothin’ But A Werewolf,” will be May 3rd at 6:00 pm.


Yearbooks are now on sale!!!! You can go to www.balfour.com to place your order. May 1st is the last day to order a yearbook.

Wednesday 4/10/19 Announcements

NOTES FROM THE LIBRARY… Week of 4/8/19

1. ALL SENIORS!!! Please mark your calendars for May 1st!! We will be going to each of the elementary and middle schools for the senior walk in front of the students and staff in your honor. You will load the buses at 7:35 and you will need to bring your cap and gown that you receive on April 25th. Lunch will be provided and we will return at 2:15. For more information see Mrs. Padgett in the library.

2. The library has received the bookmarks of Nick Brown’s award winning artwork so if you would like one swing by the library and pick it up anytime.

3. This is the last week to finish reading your books for the Volunteer State Book Award Choice. We will be voting next Monday, April 15th!! Great job to all of those teachers and students that have been reading!! READING ROCKS AT LA!!

4. Don’t forget Chess club meets on Monday and Tuesday during the after school program. Hope to see you there!!


Attention Seniors!! Its time to sign up to attend Project Grad. Any Senior is eligible to come! Project Grad will begin at 10 PM the night of graduation when we depart from LA. Come by Mrs. Coffman's room to sign up for a bus! Deadline is April 12!

Any Senior eligible to get a cord for either Project Grad or Interact, please see Mrs. Coffman. The cost of the cords will be $8-$10. Please see Mrs. Coffman to order your cord or to check your eligibility for one.

The public performance of LA’s spring musical, “You Ain’t Nothin’ But A Werewolf,” will be May 3rd at 6:00 pm.


Yearbooks are now on sale!!!! You can go to www.balfour.com to place your order. May 1st is the last day to order a yearbook.

Tuesday 4/09/19 Announcements

NOTES FROM THE LIBRARY… Week of 4/8/19

1. ALL SENIORS!!! Please mark your calendars for May 1st!! We will be going to each of the elementary and middle schools for the senior walk in front of the students and staff in your honor. You will load the buses at 7:35 and you will need to bring your cap and gown that you receive on April 25th. Lunch will be provided and we will return at 2:15. For more information see Mrs. Padgett in the library.

2. The library has received the bookmarks of Nick Brown’s award winning artwork so if you would like one swing by the library and pick it up anytime.

3. This is the last week to finish reading your books for the Volunteer State Book Award Choice. We will be voting next Monday, April 15th!! Great job to all of those teachers and students that have been reading!! READING ROCKS AT LA!!

4. Don’t forget Chess club meets on Monday and Tuesday during the after school program. Hope to see you there!!


Attention Seniors!! Its time to sign up to attend Project Grad. Any Senior is eligible to come! Project Grad will begin at 10 PM the night of graduation when we depart from LA. Come by Mrs. Coffman's room to sign up for a bus! Deadline is April 12!

Any Senior eligible to get a cord for either Project Grad or Interact, please see Mrs. Coffman. The cost of the cords will be $8-$10. Please see Mrs. Coffman to order your cord or to check your eligibility for one.

The public performance of LA’s spring musical, “You Ain’t Nothin’ But A Werewolf,” will be May 3rd at 6:00 pm.


Yearbooks are now on sale!!!! You can go to www.balfour.com to place your order. May 1st is the last day to order a yearbook.

Monday 4/08/19 Announcements

NOTES FROM THE LIBRARY… Week of 4/8/19

1. ALL SENIORS!!! Please mark your calendars for May 1st!! We will be going to each of the elementary and middle schools for the senior walk in front of the students and staff in your honor. You will load the buses at 7:35 and you will need to bring your cap and gown that you receive on April 25th. Lunch will be provided and we will return at 2:15. For more information see Mrs. Padgett in the library.

2. The library has received the bookmarks of Nick Brown’s award winning artwork so if you would like one swing by the library and pick it up anytime.

3. This is the last week to finish reading your books for the Volunteer State Book Award Choice. We will be voting next Monday, April 15th!! Great job to all of those teachers and students that have been reading!! READING ROCKS AT LA!!

4. Don’t forget Chess club meets on Monday and Tuesday during the after school program. Hope to see you there!!


Attention Seniors!! Its time to sign up to attend Project Grad. Any Senior is eligible to come! Project Grad will begin at 10 PM the night of graduation when we depart from LA. Come by Mrs. Coffman's room to sign up for a bus! Deadline is April 12!

Any Senior eligible to get a cord for either Project Grad or Interact, please see Mrs. Coffman. The cost of the cords will be $8-$10. Please see Mrs. Coffman to order your cord or to check your eligibility for one.

The public performance of LA’s spring musical, “You Ain’t Nothin’ But A Werewolf,” will be May 3rd at 6:00 pm.


Yearbooks are now on sale!!!! You can go to www.balfour.com to place your order. May 1st is the last day to order a yearbook.

Friday 4/05/19 Announcements



Notes from the Library...

It's time to check your lockers and backpacks for any books you might have checked out. Please check your overdue books in if you are finished reading them. Thank you!!

Don't forget Chess Club meets on Tuesday after school!!

Don't forget to finish up your books that you are reading in order to vote for the Volunteer State Book Awards!! We have over 20 students that have completed the minimum of 3 books and a few more that are working on this challenge.


Attention Seniors!! Its time to sign up to attend Project Grad. Any Senior is eligible to come! Project Grad will begin at 10 PM the night of graduation when we depart from LA. Come by Mrs. Coffman's room to sign up for a bus! Deadline is April 12!

Any Senior eligible to get a cord for either Project Grad or Interact, please see Mrs. Coffman. The cost of the cords will be $8-$10. Please see Mrs. Coffman to order your cord or to check your eligibility for one.

The public performance of LA’s spring musical, “You Ain’t Nothin’ But A Werewolf,” will be May 3rd at 6:00 pm.


Yearbooks are now on sale!!!! You can go to www.balfour.com to place your order. May 1st is the last day to order a yearbook.

Thursday 4/04/19 Announcements



Notes from the Library...

It's time to check your lockers and backpacks for any books you might have checked out. Please check your overdue books in if you are finished reading them. Thank you!!

Don't forget Chess Club meets on Tuesday after school!!

Are you interested in learning how to cook? We will start offering this cooking classes through the after school program. Mark your calendar for April 3rd!!!

Don't forget to finish up your books that you are reading in order to vote for the Volunteer State Book Awards!! We have over 20 students that have completed the minimum of 3 books and a few more that are working on this challenge.


Attention Seniors!! Its time to sign up to attend Project Grad. Any Senior is eligible to come! Project Grad will begin at 10 PM the night of graduation when we depart from LA. Come by Mrs. Coffman's room to sign up for a bus! Deadline is April 12!

Any Senior eligible to get a cord for either Project Grad or Interact, please see Mrs. Coffman. The cost of the cords will be $8-$10. Please see Mrs. Coffman to order your cord or to check your eligibility for one.

The public performance of LA’s spring musical, “You Ain’t Nothin’ But A Werewolf,” will be May 3rd at 6:00 pm.


Yearbooks are now on sale!!!! You can go to www.balfour.com to place your order. May 1st is the last day to order a yearbook.

Wednesday 4/03/19 Announcements



Notes from the Library...

It's time to check your lockers and backpacks for any books you might have checked out. Please check your overdue books in if you are finished reading them. Thank you!!

Don't forget Chess Club meets on Tuesday after school!!

Are you interested in learning how to cook? We will start offering this cooking classes through the after school program. Mark your calendar for April 3rd!!!

Don't forget to finish up your books that you are reading in order to vote for the Volunteer State Book Awards!! We have over 20 students that have completed the minimum of 3 books and a few more that are working on this challenge.


Attention Seniors!! Its time to sign up to attend Project Grad. Any Senior is eligible to come! Project Grad will begin at 10 PM the night of graduation when we depart from LA. Come by Mrs. Coffman's room to sign up for a bus! Deadline is April 12!

Any Senior eligible to get a cord for either Project Grad or Interact, please see Mrs. Coffman. The cost of the cords will be $8-$10. Please see Mrs. Coffman to order your cord or to check your eligibility for one.

The public performance of LA’s spring musical, “You Ain’t Nothin’ But A Werewolf,” will be May 3rd at 6:00 pm.


Yearbooks are now on sale!!!! You can go to www.balfour.com to place your order. May 1st is the last day to order a yearbook.

Tuesday 4/02/19 Announcements



Notes from the Library...

It's time to check your lockers and backpacks for any books you might have checked out. Please check your overdue books in if you are finished reading them. Thank you!!

Don't forget Chess Club meets on Tuesday after school!!

Are you interested in learning how to cook? We will start offering this cooking classes through the after school program. Mark your calendar for April 3rd!!!

Don't forget to finish up your books that you are reading in order to vote for the Volunteer State Book Awards!! We have over 20 students that have completed the minimum of 3 books and a few more that are working on this challenge.


Attention Seniors!! Its time to sign up to attend Project Grad. Any Senior is eligible to come! Project Grad will begin at 10 PM the night of graduation when we depart from LA. Come by Mrs. Coffman's room to sign up for a bus! Deadline is April 12!

Any Senior eligible to get a cord for either Project Grad or Interact, please see Mrs. Coffman. The cost of the cords will be $8-$10. Please see Mrs. Coffman to order your cord or to check your eligibility for one.

The public performance of LA’s spring musical, “You Ain’t Nothin’ But A Werewolf,” will be May 3rd at 6:00 pm.


Yearbooks are now on sale!!!! You can go to www.balfour.com to place your order. May 1st is the last day to order a yearbook.

Monday 4/01/19 Announcements



Notes from the Library...

It's time to check your lockers and backpacks for any books you might have checked out. Please check your overdue books in if you are finished reading them. Thank you!!

Don't forget Chess Club meets on Tuesday after school!!

Are you interested in learning how to cook? We will start offering this cooking classes through the after school program. Mark your calendar for April 3rd!!!

Don't forget to finish up your books that you are reading in order to vote for the Volunteer State Book Awards!! We have over 20 students that have completed the minimum of 3 books and a few more that are working on this challenge.


Attention Seniors!! Its time to sign up to attend Project Grad. Any Senior is eligible to come! Project Grad will begin at 10 PM the night of graduation when we depart from LA. Come by Mrs. Coffman's room to sign up for a bus! Deadline is April 12!

Any Senior eligible to get a cord for either Project Grad or Interact, please see Mrs. Coffman. The cost of the cords will be $8-$10. Please see Mrs. Coffman to order your cord or to check your eligibility for one.

The public performance of LA’s spring musical, “You Ain’t Nothin’ But A Werewolf,” will be May 3rd at 6:00 pm.


Yearbooks are now on sale!!!! You can go to www.balfour.com to place your order. May 1st is the last day to order a yearbook.

Friday 3/29/19 Announcements



Notes from the Library...

It's time to check your lockers and backpacks for any books you might have checked out. Please check your overdue books in if you are finished reading them. Thank you!!

Don't forget Chess Club meets on Tuesday after school!!

Are you interested in learning how to cook? We will start offering this cooking classes through the after school program. Mark your calendar for April 3rd!!!

Don't forget to finish up your books that you are reading in order to vote for the Volunteer State Book Awards!! We have over 20 students that have completed the minimum of 3 books and a few more that are working on this challenge.


Attention Seniors!! Its time to sign up to attend Project Grad. Any Senior is eligible to come! Project Grad will begin at 10 PM the night of graduation when we depart from LA. Come by Mrs. Coffman's room to sign up for a bus! Deadline is April 12!

Any Senior eligible to get a cord for either Project Grad or Interact, please see Mrs. Coffman. The cost of the cords will be $8-$10. Please see Mrs. Coffman to order your cord or to check your eligibility for one.

The public performance of LA’s spring musical, “You Ain’t Nothin’ But A Werewolf,” will be May 3rd at 6:00 pm.


Yearbooks are now on sale!!!! You can go to www.balfour.com to place your order. May 1st is the last day to order a yearbook.

Thursday 3/28/19 Announcements



Notes from the Library...

Today is the day Jolina Petershiem will be here!! If you are interested in seeing her, please make sure to check with your 1st or 2nd block teacher about attending one of the presentations. Her books will be on sale for $10 each and she will be autographing them. These will make great gifts for Mother's Day or birthdays so get your copy Thursday!!!


It's time to check your lockers and backpacks for any books you might have checked out. Please check your overdue books in if you are finished reading them. Thank you!!


Don't forget Chess Club meets on Tuesday after school!!


Are you interested in learning how to cook? We will start offering this cooking classes through the after school program. Mark your calendar for April 3rd!!!


Attention Seniors!! Its time to sign up to attend Project Grad. Any Senior is eligible to come! Project Grad will begin at 10 PM the night of graduation when we depart from LA. Come by Mrs. Coffman's room to sign up for a bus! Deadline is April 12!

Any Senior eligible to get a cord for either Project Grad or Interact, please see Mrs. Coffman. The cost of the cords will be $8-$10. Please see Mrs. Coffman to order your cord or to check your eligibility for one.

The public performance of LA’s spring musical, “You Ain’t Nothin’ But A Werewolf,” will be May 3rd at 6:00 pm.


  • Have you always wanted to learn how to play chess?? Your are in luck!! LA is starting a chess team and the first meeting is today after school. Come today and learn how to play!! 2:40 in the library!

Notes from the Library...

  • Don't forget to finish up your books that you are reading in order to vote for the Volunteer State Book Awards!! We have over 20 students that have completed the minimum of 3 books and a few more that are working on this challenge.
  • Yearbooks are now on sale!!!! You can go to www.balfour.com to place your order. May 1st is the last day to order a yearbook.

Wednesday 3/27/19 Announcements



Notes from the Library...

Only 1 more day until Jolina Petershiem will be here!! If you are interested in seeing her, please make sure to check with your 1st or 2nd block teacher about attending one of the presentations. Her books will be on sale for $10 each and she will be autographing them. These will make great gifts for Mother's Day or birthdays so get your copy Thursday!!!


It's time to check your lockers and backpacks for any books you might have checked out. Please check your overdue books in if you are finished reading them. Thank you!!


Don't forget Chess Club meets on Tuesday after school!!


Are you interested in learning how to cook? We will start offering this cooking classes through the after school program. Mark your calendar for April 3rd!!!


Attention Seniors!! Its time to sign up to attend Project Grad. Any Senior is eligible to come! Project Grad will begin at 10 PM the night of graduation when we depart from LA. Come by Mrs. Coffman's room to sign up for a bus! Deadline is April 12!

Any Senior eligible to get a cord for either Project Grad or Interact, please see Mrs. Coffman. The cost of the cords will be $8-$10. Please see Mrs. Coffman to order your cord or to check your eligibility for one.

The public performance of LA’s spring musical, “You Ain’t Nothin’ But A Werewolf,” will be May 3rd at 6:00 pm.


1. Congratulations to Nick Brown!! Nick was the honorable mention winner in the Book mark contest for the entire state of Tennessee!! He came in 2nd place out of 273 entries!! Way to Go NICK!!!! We will be getting some of his bookmarks to share among us all!! Stop by the library in a week or so for your personal copy!!

Interact Club and HOSA Club are hosting a Red Cross Blood Drive on Wednesday, March 27. You can sign up for appointments during your lunch. See Mrs. Coffman or Mrs. Reeder for more information.


  • Have you always wanted to learn how to play chess?? Your are in luck!! LA is starting a chess team and the first meeting is today after school. Come today and learn how to play!! 2:40 in the library!

Notes from the Library...

  • Don't forget to finish up your books that you are reading in order to vote for the Volunteer State Book Awards!! We have over 20 students that have completed the minimum of 3 books and a few more that are working on this challenge.
  • Yearbooks are now on sale!!!! You can go to www.balfour.com to place your order. May 1st is the last day to order a yearbook.

Monday 3/25/19 Announcements



Notes from the Library...

Only four days until Jolina Petershiem will be here!! If you are interested in seeing her, please make sure to check with your 1st or 2nd block teacher about attending one of the presentations. Her books will be on sale for $10 each and she will be autographing them. These will make great gifts for Mother's Day or birthdays so get your copy Thursday!!!


It's time to check your lockers and backpacks for any books you might have checked out. Please check your overdue books in if you are finished reading them. Thank you!!


Don't forget Chess Club meets on Tuesday after school!!


Are you interested in learning how to cook? We will start offering this cooking classes through the after school program. Mark your calendar for April 3rd!!!


Attention Seniors!! Its time to sign up to attend Project Grad. Any Senior is eligible to come! Project Grad will begin at 10 PM the night of graduation when we depart from LA. Come by Mrs. Coffman's room to sign up for a bus! Deadline is April 12!

Any Senior eligible to get a cord for either Project Grad or Interact, please see Mrs. Coffman. The cost of the cords will be $8-$10. Please see Mrs. Coffman to order your cord or to check your eligibility for one.

The public performance of LA’s spring musical, “You Ain’t Nothin’ But A Werewolf,” will be May 3rd at 6:00 pm.


1. Congratulations to Nick Brown!! Nick was the honorable mention winner in the Book mark contest for the entire state of Tennessee!! He came in 2nd place out of 273 entries!! Way to Go NICK!!!! We will be getting some of his bookmarks to share among us all!! Stop by the library in a week or so for your personal copy!!

Interact Club and HOSA Club are hosting a Red Cross Blood Drive on Wednesday, March 27. You can sign up for appointments during your lunch. See Mrs. Coffman or Mrs. Reeder for more information.


  • Have you always wanted to learn how to play chess?? Your are in luck!! LA is starting a chess team and the first meeting is today after school. Come today and learn how to play!! 2:40 in the library!

Notes from the Library...

  • Don't forget to finish up your books that you are reading in order to vote for the Volunteer State Book Awards!! We have over 20 students that have completed the minimum of 3 books and a few more that are working on this challenge.
  • Yearbooks are now on sale!!!! You can go to www.balfour.com to place your order. May 1st is the last day to order a yearbook.

Friday 3/22/19 Announcements

LA boys’ one their first away game against district rival, Upperman. The score was 6-1 with a hat trick by Tee Beaty, and single goals by Clint Kirk, Camen Howard, & Gavin Milligan. Mitchell Watson & Judd Copeland both had 2 assists. Great job Wildcats!!


NOTES FROM THE LIBRARY...


Mark your calendars!!! Next Thursday. March 28th, we have award winning author, Jolina Petershiem, coming to speak to interested teachers and students about her latest book. She will also bring her other books and anyone who purchases a book can have it signed by her while she is here. Stop by the library to see her books on display!! The cost for each book is reduced for this opportunity only and will be $10 per book. You may bring cash or check made out to the author.


The March book order flyers are here and reading for you to pick up in the library!! Stop by and check those out today.


Don’t forget Chess club meets after school on Tuesdays. We hope to see you there on Tuesday!!!


Are you interested in learning how to cook? We will start offering this cooking classes through the after school program. Mark your calendar for April 3rd!!!


Attention Seniors!! Its time to sign up to attend Project Grad. Any Senior is eligible to come! Project Grad will begin at 10 PM the night of graduation when we depart from LA. Come by Mrs. Coffman's room to sign up for a bus! Deadline is April 12!

Any Senior eligible to get a cord for either Project Grad or Interact, please see Mrs. Coffman. The cost of the cords will be $8-$10. Please see Mrs. Coffman to order your cord or to check your eligibility for one.

Project Grad will be selling Blizzard this Friday. Flavors are Oreo, Cookie Dough and Resse's. The cost is $3.

The public performance of LA’s spring musical, “You Ain’t Nothin’ But A Werewolf,” will be May 3rd at 6:00 pm.


1. Congratulations to Nick Brown!! Nick was the honorable mention winner in the Book mark contest for the entire state of Tennessee!! He came in 2nd place out of 273 entries!! Way to Go NICK!!!! We will be getting some of his bookmarks to share among us all!! Stop by the library in a week or so for your personal copy!!

Interact Club and HOSA Club are hosting a Red Cross Blood Drive on Wednesday, March 27. You can sign up for appointments during your lunch. See Mrs. Coffman or Mrs. Reeder for more information.


  • Attention Senior Beta Club Members: It is time to order Beta Club stoles for graduation. Stoles are $18 and must be paid for by Friday, March 22nd. See Ms. Catherine Gore to order.
  • Have you always wanted to learn how to play chess?? Your are in luck!! LA is starting a chess team and the first meeting is today after school. Come today and learn how to play!! 2:40 in the library!

Notes from the Library...

  • Don't forget to finish up your books that you are reading in order to vote for the Volunteer State Book Awards!! We have over 20 students that have completed the minimum of 3 books and a few more that are working on this challenge.
  • Yearbooks are now on sale!!!! You can go to www.balfour.com to place your order. May 1st is the last day to order a yearbook.

Thursday 3/21/19 Announcements

Attention Seniors!! Its time to sign up to attend Project Grad. Any Senior is eligible to come! Project Grad will begin at 10 PM the night of graduation when we depart from LA. Come by Mrs. Coffman's room to sign up for a bus! Deadline is April 12!

Any Senior eligible to get a cord for either Project Grad or Interact, please see Mrs. Coffman. The cost of the cords will be $8-$10. Please see Mrs. Coffman to order your cord or to check your eligibility for one.

Project Grad will be selling Blizzard this Friday. Flavors are Oreo, Cookie Dough and Resse's. The cost is $3.

The public performance of LA’s spring musical, “You Ain’t Nothin’ But A Werewolf,” will be May 3rd at 6:00 pm.


1. Congratulations to Nick Brown!! Nick was the honorable mention winner in the Book mark contest for the entire state of Tennessee!! He came in 2nd place out of 273 entries!! Way to Go NICK!!!! We will be getting some of his bookmarks to share among us all!! Stop by the library in a week or so for your personal copy!!

Interact Club and HOSA Club are hosting a Red Cross Blood Drive on Wednesday, March 27. You can sign up for appointments during your lunch. See Mrs. Coffman or Mrs. Reeder for more information.


  • Attention Senior Beta Club Members: It is time to order Beta Club stoles for graduation. Stoles are $18 and must be paid for by Friday, March 22nd. See Ms. Catherine Gore to order.
  • Have you always wanted to learn how to play chess?? Your are in luck!! LA is starting a chess team and the first meeting is today after school. Come today and learn how to play!! 2:40 in the library!

Notes from the Library...

  • Don't forget to finish up your books that you are reading in order to vote for the Volunteer State Book Awards!! We have over 20 students that have completed the minimum of 3 books and a few more that are working on this challenge.
  • Yearbooks are now on sale!!!! You can go to www.balfour.com to place your order. May 1st is the last day to order a yearbook.

Tuesday 3/19/19 Announcements

1. Congratulations to Nick Brown!! Nick was the honorable mention winner in the Book mark contest for the entire state of Tennessee!! He came in 2nd place out of 273 entries!! Way to Go NICK!!!! We will be getting some of his bookmarks to share among us all!! Stop by the library in a week or so for your personal copy!!

2. ATTENTION ALL SENIORS!!!!! THE LAST DAY TO TURN IN ALL HONOR GUARD LETTERS WILL BE WEDNESDAY AT THE END OF SCHOOL. PLEASE SEE MRS. PADGETT IN THE LIBRARY AS SOON AS POSSIBLE

Interact Club and HOSA Club are hosting a Red Cross Blood Drive on Wednesday, March 27. You can sign up for appointments during your lunch. See Mrs. Coffman or Mrs. Reeder for more information.


  • Attention Senior Beta Club Members:
    • It is time to order Beta Club stoles for graduation. Stoles are $18 and must be paid for by Friday, March 22nd. See Ms. Catherine Gore to order.
  • There will be an Art Club meeting in the library after-school on Wednesday, March 20th.
  • Have you always wanted to learn how to play chess?? Your are in luck!! LA is starting a chess team and the first meeting is today after school. Come today and learn how to play!! 2:40 in the library!

Notes from the Library...

  • Don't forget to finish up your books that you are reading in order to vote for the Volunteer State Book Awards!! We have over 20 students that have completed the minimum of 3 books and a few more that are working on this challenge.
  • Yearbooks are now on sale!!!! You can go to www.balfour.com to place your order. May 1st is the last day to order a yearbook.

Thursday, 3/7/19 Announcements

  • Attention Senior Beta Club Members:
    • It is time to order Beta Club stoles for graduation. Stoles are $18 and must be paid for by Friday, March 22nd. See Ms. Catherine Gore to order.
  • There will be an Art Club meeting in the library after-school on Wednesday, March 20th.
  • Have you always wanted to learn how to play chess?? Your are in luck!! LA is starting a chess team and the first meeting is today after school. Come today and learn how to play!! 2:40 in the library!

Notes from the Library...

  • Don't forget to finish up your books that you are reading in order to vote for the Volunteer State Book Awards!! We have over 20 students that have completed the minimum of 3 books and a few more that are working on this challenge.
  • Yearbooks are now on sale!!!! You can go to www.balfour.com to place your order. May 1st is the last day to order a yearbook.

Thursday, 2/28/19 Announcements

  • Talent Show try-outs will be on Wednesday, February 27 right after school in the Band Room. Please see Mrs. Coffman if you have any questions.
  • Project Grad is selling World's Finest Chocolate. Cost is $1, and the flavors are caramel, almond, original and crisp. See Mrs. Coffman to purchase! 2-28-19
  • Do YOU want to be in the yearbook? We are working on a spread of random friend snap shots and we need YOUR help! If you would like to see your picture in the yearbook with your friends, please send them to layearbook@overtoncountyschools.net by THURSDAY Feb 28th!! This is for ALL students Freshmen, Sophomore, Junior, and Senior!
  • Have you always wanted to learn how to play chess?? Your are in luck!! LA is starting a chess team and the first meeting is today after school. Come today and learn how to play!! 2:40 in the library!

Notes from the Library...

  • Don't forget to finish up your books that you are reading in order to vote for the Volunteer State Book Awards!! We have over 20 students that have completed the minimum of 3 books and a few more that are working on this challenge.
  • Yearbooks are now on sale!!!! You can go to www.balfour.com to place your order. May 1st is the last day to order a yearbook.

Wednesday, 2/27/19 Announcements

  • Talent Show try-outs will be on Wednesday, February 27 right after school in the Band Room. Please see Mrs. Coffman if you have any questions.
  • Project Grad is selling World's Finest Chocolate. Cost is $1, and the flavors are caramel, almond, original and crisp. See Mrs. Coffman to purchase! 2-28-19
  • Do YOU want to be in the yearbook? We are working on a spread of random friend snap shots and we need YOUR help! If you would like to see your picture in the yearbook with your friends, please send them to layearbook@overtoncountyschools.net by THURSDAY Feb 28th!! This is for ALL students Freshmen, Sophomore, Junior, and Senior!
  • Have you always wanted to learn how to play chess?? Your are in luck!! LA is starting a chess team and the first meeting is today after school. Come today and learn how to play!! 2:40 in the library!

Notes from the Library...

  • Don't forget to finish up your books that you are reading in order to vote for the Volunteer State Book Awards!! We have over 20 students that have completed the minimum of 3 books and a few more that are working on this challenge.
  • Yearbooks are now on sale!!!! You can go to www.balfour.com to place your order. May 1st is the last day to order a yearbook.