There will be a year-around art class offered for 8th grade related arts next school year! Please see Mrs. Hopkins to sign up!



Brady Lewis

Tune in Monday, May 9th at 6 and 11pm and check out newschannel9.com.
Pay it Forward recognizes an unsung hero or someone in need. Brady Lewis is the youngest ever to be awarded this honor, and he was chosen unanimously when the voters heard how he treats others so kindly and stands up for what is right. He encourages others to do the right thing, as well. His generosity and big heart at his young age is what impressed Mrs. Pam Hopkins-Witzel to nominate this student.

Congratulations, Brady! And thank you, Mrs. Hopkins-Witzel, for recognizing a deserving student!



We appreciate our teachers!!!

We will celebrate May 12 from 9-10:15 with a meal for our teachers. If you can volunteer to sit with a class or bring a sweet treat for the teachers, please contact Jeanette Richards: jd_richards2@yahoo.com




Amazing performance by our LMS Chorus, directed by Mrs. Carrie Brock





Congratulations to students and teachers

for being recognized for last year's academic achievement!


Check out our newest opportunity to get $ for our school!

 $Food City School Bucks$

Print the barcode and run to Food City to link your card. Everytime you buy groceries, we earn cash! Thanks Food City and parents for the support.


Free parent forum: How Do I Talk to My Child About This?

The forum is hosted by Steve Highlander and moderated by

Nancy Ridge, retired director of Children's Advocacy Center.

Panelists will be provided by the Children's Advocacy Center and the family Justice Center. Lt. Shepherd, SRO supervisor, will be on the panel to discuss safety from his perspective.

Due to the delicate topics, the forum is for adults.

Questions the panel will deal with for the parents and concerned adults include: How do I discuss delicate material with my child? What are signs Ishould look for to indicate may child may be a victim? How can Iinstruct my child in

prevention of bullying or harassment of any sort?

Place: Ooltewah United Methodist Church Date: Tuesday, January 19th

Time: 6-7:30 p.m.


Congratulations, Cheerleaders!
Cheerleaders won their division and were named GRAND CHAMPIONS over every school that participated in America's Best Cheerleading Competition. They won a full paid bid to the U.S. Finals Competition!
This is a huge honor, as they outscored large high school teams and level 5 teams. We have the best cheerleaders around. Go Cougars!
2015 Nashville Beta Convention results:
Anja Sick:
4th place in Speech Competition
Rizwaan Abdul Kadir:
4th place in Math Competition
Ethan Everett:
2nd place in Social Studies competition
*TOWER OF POWER: 1st Place!!!*
Laney Shipley, Dillon Yother, Jackson Key, John Key, Lake Patterson, Sanoe Patterson, Eli Wells, Austin Rawlings, and "The Legend" AKA  Coach Deanna Rice.
(They are New Orleans Bound!)
Congratulations to all of our winners and participants! You have made us all very proud!
Another Congratulations goes out to Mrs. Karen Settles on getting WTVC's Educator of the Week! 
Click Here to see the video!
Congratulations to Miss Stephanie "Shae" Westbrooks on getting WTVC's Educator of the Week!
Click here to see the video!
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Remember, 40 BOXTOPS = 1 Dressdown day!

(They also help our school!)

Please remember this when buying supplies and groceries.