The Lauderdale County School System consists of 10 schools and is located in the heart of the beautiful Tennessee Valley. Lauderdale County Schools have a tradition of producing some of the best students in the Northwest Alabama area since our first class graduated in 1913. Our schools are committed to excellence as we educate Alabama's future leaders and workers. Through the combined efforts of dedicated teachers, supportive parents, and cooperative communities, Lauderdale County students are provided with a solid education.
Just what is the Common Core? There is a lot of misinformation circulating about the Common Core Standards, which is what Alabama's College and Career Readiness Standards are based upon. Here is a video that might help you, as a parent, better understand exactly what the Common Core standards are.
***Lauderdale County's Graduation Rate is 91% (up from 90%) Released 12-12-2014
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Lauderdale County Schools iNow Home Portal
Parents and guardians may pick up usernames and passwords to log in to the Information Now Home Portal, allowing access to their child's grades and attendance records. Parents must present a picture I.D. at their child's school in order to receive the login information. For more information on the different features of the Home Portal, watch this tutorial video. To log on to iNow, click here.
When Is the Next Board Meeting?
Click on the Board of Education link to see dates and times for upcoming meetings. You can also view minutes of previous meetings. Look for the Meeting Schedule and Minutes submenu underneath the Board of Education tab. Upcoming meetings are also listed on this page, under the Scheduled Events tab in the upper right-hand corner.
It is the policy of the Lauderdale County Board of Education that no one will be excluded from participation, be denied benefits, or be discriminated against in any school program or activity based on sex, race, religion, belief, national origin, ethnic group, color, age or disability.