It is rare for a high school student to be notified of acceptance into a collegiate Nursing Program. That is something usually reserved for college students at the end of their freshman, sophomore, or junior years. However, Racheal Akins, daughter of Junior and Julie Akins was notified recently of her acceptance into the program at Columbia State Community College. Factors that contributed to such an early acceptance are, participation in the Dual Enrollment program between LCHS and Columbia State, her completion of Anatomy and Physiology 1 at the collegiate level and her grade in the class, Dual Enrollment gpa and her ACT Composite Score. Racheal is a concentrator in the Health Science Program at LCHs. She will sit for her Certified Nursing Assistant Boards in May. Pictured with Racheal are Health Science Instructors from LCHS, Kris Fann, Alanna Harris, and Wendy Messer.
We would like to congratulate the ten students nominated for Mr. & Miss EO Coffman by the faculty and staff. Sam Crane, Emma Counce, Hunter Hagan, Georgia Land, Joseph Shay, Alexis Vance, Rob McGuire, Jenna Jones, Hunter Barnes, Samantha Moore.
Congrats to Mr. Joseph Shay and Miss Alexis Vance for being selected the 2013-2014 Mr. & Miss EO Coffman by their fellow peers.
A Town Hall meeting took place at Providence Hall in downtown Lawrenceburg Thursday evening featuring Tennessee Speaker of the House Beth Harwell, Rep. Barry Doss, and other local officials. Watch that meeting here.
Landscaping Design students of Mr. Nick Eledge of Lawrence County High School recently completed projects that have caught the attention of many. Students worked in groups to design the most detailed property from the home, yard, sheds to the ponds
Tate Phillips, Dylan True, Saxton Long, Emily Brewer, Natalee Lee, and Grant Counce
Lacora Harris, Jacob Cooksey, Baylen Green, Colton Martin, Hunter Newton, and Trevor Lopp
Front: (L-R) Darrell Boston- band director, Chelsea Herston, Chloe Frost, Kitana Cox, Kalee Richardson-guard instructor, Niki Rohling, Kaitlyn Canerday, Kathryn Randolph, Dean Payne-guard instructor.
Back: (L-R) Taylor Bradley, Katie Powell, Melody Nolte, Jessica Sudduth, Makayla Hobbs, Hannah Graves, Natasha Spurgeon
One of several resolutions awaiting the Lawrence County Commission members will consider passage of is to *Urge State Senator Joey Hensley and State Representative Barry Doss to oppose privatizing of operations of state parks and services at various state parks. Read the agenda set for March 25th.
Congratulations to the Loretto High School Band! On Friday, March 14, 2014 they performed at the Middle Tennessee School Band and Orchestra Association’s 75th Annual Concert and Sight Reading Performance Assessment hosted by Middle Tennessee State University.
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