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HCS TO START PAPERLESS REGISTRATION FOR THE 2019-20 SCHOOL YEAR Read More
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HCS MEDICAL CONTRACT WITH CUMBERLAND FAMILY MEDICAL BRINGS ADDITIONAL HEALTH OPPORTUNITIES TO SCHOOLS Read More
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HCS STUDENTS WILL BENEFIT FROM CREATIVE PARTNERSHIP WITH HARDIN COUNTY PUBLIC LIBRARY Read More
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Aware that students have unique needs and special characteristics, the staff of LTE believes that each child should be afforded the opportunity to fulfill their potential through developmentally and academically appropriate activities.  We believe children should be taught how to live peacefully and harmoniously with classmates, family members, and fellow citizens by participating in activities that develop self-discipline and wise decision making skills so they become a contributing member of society. We believe students should be offered an integrated curriculum with a coordinated series of experiences continually changing according to the needs of the maturing individual.  Students should be offered desirable experiences through which physical, intellectual, social and emotional competency may be achieved.