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New Teacher Orientation
New teachers are welcomed by Director of Schools, Sam Miles. Educators learn about district initiatives, employee benefits, special education services, Title VI requirements, and Title programs.
Summer In-service with Dr. Kenneth Newman
Literacy skills training with Union University Professor provides K-8 teachers a collaborative opportunity to learn and share best practice ideas.
As the Top Three students lead the way, Henry County graduates prepare to leave their childhood behind and begin a bright future in post-secondary education or the workplace.
Aloha from Lakewood Cafeteria!
Just another day in School Nutrition paradise!
Miss Tennessee 2013 poses with some students while visiting E. W. Grove School
Shelby Thompson spoke to the Grove student body about her platform, Big Brothers and Big Sisters.
Teacher Appreciation Week
May 6 is Teacher Appreciation Day!
Lakewood principal runs in Boston Marathon
Principal Mike Bell is congratulated by his middle school students
Bullying Prevention poster winners
Henry Elementary School students promote anti-bullying awareness
Snowbird reads to Henry Elementary students!
How can you spend your time on a snow day? By reading, of course!
Use data to drive instruction
Harrelson Elementary School teachers
Look what I can do in Math!
Student ownership of learning.
December 5th, 2013
Lakewood Pep rally
Lakewood Speech Team
The team placed second overall at the Brentwood tournament
Grove Open House
Parents receive information about school expectations, including Common Core State Standards.
C U @ the Pole
Happy about our data
District-wide kick-off celebration for 2013
Heart disease is no match for the power of red!
Central Office employees support the American Heart Association.
Student Mastery Chart
Students track their learning progress
Using the new Coin - U - Lators made possible by a Plus Endowment Grant
Having fun in California at Nationals!
Henry County Patriots are champions!
Then again, all of our students and staff are!
Where do you want to continue your education?
HCHS students learn about post-secondary opportunities.
Tech labs in action!
Small group instruction helps students succeed!
Grove students pledge to graduate
Essay Contest Winners with Paris Henry County Ministerial Alliance
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day 2014
Educating our present about our past to secure our future
Healty choices for healthy children!
Henry Elementary School celebrates Child Health Week
Grove's Artists in Training
The Lakewood Middle School Speech Team competed in the Middle School National Speech & Debate Association National Tournament this summer in Overland Park, KS and placed 7th overall in team sweepstakes. They also had several individual entries place amongst the top in the nation. The following students placed in their respective events;
Steele Schoeberl - 6th place in Dramatic Interpretation
Sylis Allen - 10th place in Poetry Interpretation Steele Schoeberl/Drew Culbreath - 10th in Duet Interpretation
Drew Culbreath - 17th in Poetry Interpretation SteeleSchoeberl/Noah Hulbert - 19th in Duet Interpretation Noah Hulbert - 18th in Humorous Interpretation Steele Schoeberl - 17th in Prose Interpretation
There were 100 schools competing and over 700 students overall at the three day contest. The team is coached by David Weatherly.
May 30, 2014. (Photos: Teachers and volunteers help with last minute graduation preparations. Teachers alphabetize and organize diplomas before delivering them to the stage.) The Henry County High School Class of 2014 graduated almost 300 students as friends and family watched under threatening skies at Patriot Stadium. Valedictorian Harrison Lundberg, Salutatorian Holly Dial, and Honorable Mention Brittany Martin lead the march from the high school to form a bright red line to the stadium. Each spoke to their classmates advising them to not live in the past, but to value the present and do their best in future endeavors. Acces our local media websites for more pictures and stories at http://www.parispi.net/news/local_news/article_fe441e4a-eb3d-11e3-a1e1-001a4bcf887a.html; http://www.kf99kq105.com/k/page.asp?p=Local News; http://www.parispi.net/news/local_news/article_8776b720-ea78-11e3-9328-001a4bcf887a.html
(May 15, 2014) Harrelson, Henry, and Lakewood Schools' eighth graders attended a celebration at Paris Landing State Park to mark their transition from middle school to high school. Students play games, tackle a National Guard rock wall, enjoy a cook out of hamburgers, hotdogs and fixings, and even some braved the cool weather and swam at the park pool. Students take this time to meet students from other schools in the district. Evening activities include a recognition ceremony, banquet, and dance. The class of 2018 will be attending the ninth grade at E. W. Grove School in the fall. "As a district, we love being able to celebrate with our eighth grade students," said Marti Owens, Purchasing Agent/Technology Secretary, who plans and coordinates the annual event.