The Young Achievers Program begins with each homeroom teacher in both the County and City School Systems selecting a student that exhibits a dedication for learning and is involved in their community. 210 students annually are recognized for their achievements.
Six new and six outstanding teachers receive recognition for their great work.
Students in grades 3-8 can participate in this contest that helps prepare them for their annual writing assignment.
Attended by over 1,200 students, teachers, parents, and community members, this event honors our young achievers, outstanding teachers, and essay contest winners with a reception and awards ceremony.
Teachers have the opportunity to apply for funds for special classroom projects.
Provided to high school seniors from Lenoir City or Loudon County Schools.
Community-based leadership program to educate and develop current and future leaders. The sessions include tours of several local industries, businesses, tourist attractions, and government agencies. Plus a visit to Nashville to observe state government in action!
This annual raffle provides an opportunity for the community to help support our school systems by purchasing a chance to win a prize. Proceeds are used to purchase classroom supplies.
LCEF is the host organization responsible for fundraising for The Imagination Library. Books are provided to Loudon County children ages 0 - 5 at no charge. LCEF partners with the Governor's Books for Birth Foundation, DentaQuest, Kiwanis, The Good Neighbors Shoppe, United Way, and individual community members to provide this service to Loudon County.