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Monday, 27 September 2010


 7th Annual “Heroes of our Schools”

Who are the heroes of Lawrence County Schools?  The community’s help is needed in answering this question.  Heroes of LCSS are people who have amazed and inspired many by his or her accomplishments extending beyond the ordinary.  Lawrence County Schools are accepting nominations in order to recognize persons who have attended county high schools and have achieved success in life that has been recognized locally, statewide, or nationally.  A committee will evaluate all nominations and select a hero from each high school along with recognizing an outstanding former educator.

            Loretto High School, Summertown High School, and Lawrence County High School have dedicated a special display where heroes are added each year.  Previous heroes that have been honored include David Weathers, John Paul White, Harley Simbeck Sr. and Judge Norma Magee of Loretto High School, Fred Thompson, Dr. Paul Thomas, Margie Mann, and Rafael Eledge of Lawrence County High School, and Sergeant Kyle Konig, Ryan Durham, Scott Franks, and Tommy Lee Kidd of Summertown High School.  A county wide banquet will be held at the end of the school year to induct the new heroes into each high school’s Wall of Fame.  In addition students excelling in academics throughout Lawrence County Schools will be recognized as well as those selected as Teachers of the Year at each school. 

            To nominate a hero of LCSS or a special educator, a nomination form can be downloaded from the Lawrence County School System website www.lcss.us or contact Shannon Watson at 762-9412 or This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it to have a form mailed to you.  The nomination deadline is February 28, 2017.

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