As teachers and students return to our campuses in August, we want to provide an update on storm damage reconstruction efforts. Click on the attached link to hear the latest from Superintendent Cain. #LCSDExcellence #LCSDNextLevel #ClarkdaleStrong
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Do you have questions about vaccination requirements for school? We have answers. Click on the following links for details.
Cleanup has started for damage that was caused by the April 13th storm that affected our campus. We want to thank all who have offered support as we continue in the recovery process. Click on the attached link for more details about the efforts that are being made.
Due to storm damage, schedule changes are being announced for Clarkdale and Southeast schools for Thursday, April 14, 2022. Click on the attached link for more details.
Cleanup has started for damage at Clarkdale Attendance Center that was caused by the April 13th storm. We want to thank all who have offered support as we continue in the recovery process. Click on the attached link for more details about the efforts that are being made.
In honor of National School Counseling Week, we want to offer words of thanks to our very own Mrs. Haley Alexander. Click below to hear about the important lesson that Mrs. Alexander has learned during her first year in the position.
Safety is a top priority. Wearing a mask is strongly advised in certain areas on campus. Please refer to the attached image for more information.
More help is available for young readers. It's courtesy of the T.K. Martin Center at Mississippi State University. Please click on the attached links for more information and to access an interest survey.
”The LCSD will resume all classes and activities on Tuesday, August 31. All school campuses and offices will resume normal operations at normal times. Due to expected heavy rain, please plan for possible student drop off and bus pick up delays.” – Dr. John-Mark Cain, LCSD Superintendent
“The LCSD continues to monitor weather and road conditions. We will speak with LEMA, Lauderdale County road officials, and our electricity producing partners to make a final call for school on Tuesday. We hope to provide an initial decision by 8 PM. Thank you for your patience and support of the LCSD.” – Dr. John-Mark Cain, LCSD Superintendent