Lawrence County Schools
Updated May 5, 2020
Paper packets will be MAILED or EMAILED:
- Monday, April 13th
- Monday, April 27th
Packets can be dropped off at schools from 8:00 am- 8:00 pm on:
- Monday, May 11th
- Monday, May 18th
Packets are for kindergarten through 11th grades.
Our current plan is to hold diplomas in hopes of having graduation ceremonies as soon as possible.
Updated April 27, 2020
We will resume our Meal Distribution Plan on May 6, May 13, and May 20 from 11:30 am until 1:30 pm at the same pick-up locations. We want to ensure we prepare enough meals each day. Please contact your school to add your child to the list if you are NEW to the meal distribution.
Meal Distribution is for any child 0-18 years of age. The child does not have to be a Lawrence County Schools student.
Participants will receive meals for five days each Wednesday.
- East Lawrence Elementary (256) 905-2514
- East Lawrence Middle (256) 905- 2420
- East Lawrence High (256) 905-2430
- Hatton Elementary (256) 685-4000
- Hatton High (256) 685-4010
- Hazlewood Elementary (256) 685-4020
- Lawrence County High (256) 905-2440
- Moulton Elementary (256) 905-2450
- Moulton Middle- (256) 905-2460
- Mount Hope School (256) 905-2470
- RA Hubbard High (256) 637-3010
- Speake School (256) 974-9201
- Lawrence County Career Technical Center (256) 905-2425
- Lawrence County Board of Education (256) 905-2400
- Judy Jester Learning Center (256) 974-3258
LCS Hotline and Email
The hotline mailbox is accessible 24 hours a day by dialing the main Lawrence County Board of Education number, which is 256-905-2400 and choosing option 1. Messages left in this voicemail box will be monitored by district health services.
As an alternative to leaving a voice message, parents may report Coronavirus incidents by emailing to firstname.lastname@example.org. General questions and concerns related to the coronavirus and school closure can also be emailed to email@example.com. A school health services representative may contact you to follow up on reported incidents, and school officials will follow up with return emails to try and answer general questions and concerns.
Lawrence County Schools Website
Employees should have recently received a series of emails. These emails detail our plans for returning to work. If you have questions about them, please contact your immediate supervisor.
As we transition to this new form of instruction, please know we are committed to doing what is best for students. In many cases, this is new to us. We will strive to communicate effectively and promptly. We will also work to keep everyone healthy.