Thursday, October 20, 2016

Teacher of the Month - Alicia Cowart

Mrs. Alicia Cowart is the 9th grade Biology I and Human Anatomy and Physiology teacher. She is married to Joe Cowart, and they are the parents of three daughters, Lexi, Cami, and Audrey.

Students of the Month - 12th Grade

Tyler Kincaid, Grace Yarbrough, Alexis Thomas, and Tyrese Shields

Students of the Month - 11th Grade

Sabien Nash, Jadea Shannon, Diana Richardson, and Patrick Smith

Students of the Month - 10th Grade

Michael Edmond, Alexis Tabor, Katlynn Perry, and Kenderius Green.

Students of the Month - 9th Grade

Aaliyah Dorsey, Mercedes Hathorn, William Rockett, and Johnny Wraggs

Wednesday, September 7, 2016

Family Center September Events

The Family Center Staff are looking forward to serving you in the 2016-2017 school year.  They are off to a GREAT START! Their first special event will be their " Attendance Workshop". September has been proclaimed as "Attendance Month".  Attendance is vital for your child's success each day!  You are also invited to meet the staff and become familiar with the Family Center during their "Open House". Any questions, please contact them at 773-4018.

September 8, 2016
Family Center
5:00 p.m.-6:00 p.m.
"Attendance Workshop"
Presenter: Mrs. Stacey Spiva

September 15,22 & 29 2016
Family Center
11:30 a.m.-6:00 p.m.
"Open House"
Presenter: Family Center Staff

Wednesday, August 3, 2016

Project Lead The Way

Louisville High School is proud to be partnered with Winston Plywood and Veneer in bringing Project Lead The Way (PLTW) to our students this school year.  The mission of PLTW is to empower students to thrive in an evolving world by providing transformative learning experiences for k-12 students and teachers.  This year, Louisville High School will introduce the engineering pathway in which students will learn problem-solving strategies and critical thinking skills,  Students will also practice various forms of communication and collaboration. LHS is excited about the learning opportunities and success that PLTW will offer to our students!  Thank you Winston Plywood and Veneer for your partnership!

Tuesday, August 2, 2016

S.L.I.C.E. at LHS!

S.L.I.C.E. is coming to LHS!  Tuesday mornings from 7:15 to  7:50, Tracy Fairley will lead S.L.I.C.E. in room #32.  The organization's motto is "to bring positive encouragement to our school's atmosphere".  All students are encouraged to participate in S.L.I.C.E.

Thursday, April 7, 2016

Teacher of the Month - Holly Haimes

Holly Haimes holds a B.S. in Secondary Education in Social Studies and a M.A. in History from Mississippi State University.  She has taught for a total of six years, and the last four years have been spent at LHS.  Ms. Haimes is currently teaching World History, Accelerated World History, and Economics.  She shares that her favorite things to do include learning about history and spending time outdoors with her dogs.  Ms. Haimes says that her favorite things about LHS are her students and the staff.  Ms. Haimes says that she is very proud of this year's graduating class.  She says that as a 7th generation Winston Countian, she wants to help educate the citizens of Winston County.  Ms. Haimes is passionate about education and states that learning is a life-long pursuit that does not end with graduation.  Ms. Haimes is married to Dr. Micah Rueber who teaches history at Mississippi Valley State.

12th Grade Students of the Month - Lauren Lucas and Peyton Ryals

Lauren Lucas is the daughter of Doug and Cindy Lucas.  Her hobbies include cheering, reading, helping kids at Lake Forest Ranch, and hanging out with friends and family.  Her favorite things to do include going to church and inspiring young kids to be the best they can be.  Lauren's favorite thing about LHS is the staff - she says they are nice and helpful. Lauren plans to attend Mississippi State University following graduation in May.

Peyton Ryals is the son of Shonna and Kevin Ryals.  His hobbies include deer hunting, turkey hunting, and duck hunting.  He says that his favorite things to do are hunting, working, riding around, and hanging out with friends.  Peyton's favorite things about LHS include the teachers, environment, and Forestry.  He says that he would like to become a guy that people can look up to.  After graduation, Peyton will attend East Central Community College, and then pursue his dream of becoming a civil engineer.  After graduating college, Peyton says he would love to get married, move to East Tennessee, have a few kids and retire.