Yay, Rah, LAWRENCE COUNTY SCHOOLS!
LAWRENCE SUPT. ROBBIE FLETCHER SAYS LAWRENCE SCHOOLS BEST PLACE IN THE AREA FOR STUDENTS
Here’s what Fletcher wrote for an ad on a recent sporting event:
“…If you are looking for a variety of opportunities for your child, then look no further. The Lawrence County School System offers multiple, high-quality programs for their students. In the classroom setting, students can gain over 40 hours of college credit through advance placement classes and dual credit courses in mathematics, science, social studies, art, and English. In the fall of 2019, our students will have career and technical classes in nursing, engineering, agriculture, welding, carpentry, electricity, auto-mechanics, industrial maintenance, computerized manufacturing, and more. This also includes a JROTC program that has been evaluated as a program of high distinction and a distinguished band program. Through the support of our local businesses, students can obtain multiple hours of job-shadowing with surgeons, veterinarians, optometrists, family physicians, engineers, and many other careers. Also, Lawrence County Schools will be offering apprenticeships for our students in culinary arts and in computer technology. On the playing field, we have programs that continually compete for district, regional, state, and national recognition. Whether your child participates in softball, baseball, tennis, volleyball, academic team, basketball, soccer, track, golf, football, or bass fishing, students have the opportunity to compete, and to achieve, at the highest levels. In short, we expect every student and staff member to be “ALL IN” in everything we do.
On behalf of the Lawrence County Board of Education, best of luck the Bulldog baseball team! ALL IN LC