Applying for Free and Reduced Cost Meals

Applications for Free and Reduced Meals were made available at Open House and sent home with students on the first day of school. Free and Reduced Price Meals are available to families who believe they may qualify. If your family chooses to apply, please complete a "Free and Reduced Meal Price Application Form." The forms can be obtained and returned (completed) to any school office, lunchroom manager, or school nutrition office. A letter will be sent home with your child indicating your child's status. Until notification, you must provide your child with a lunch or lunch money. 

Students receiving assistance for meals are not identified as they go through the lunch line, and all information is kept confidential.  Reduced cost meals are 40 cents for lunch and 30 cents for breakfast.  You may review the Eligibility Guidelines here. You might also wish to review the Answers to Frequently Asked Questions. More information and links to applications in languages other than English may be found on the LCS School Nutrition Program's site.

Recent Announcements

  • Annual Salute to the Military Event - August 28, 2015 Lowndes High School will host its annual Salute to the Military Event on Friday, August 28, 2015 at Martin Stadium on the campus of Lowndes High School during our home ...
    Posted Aug 20, 2015, 1:57 PM by LAVERNE ROME
  • FFA Students Selected as National Finalists As reported by Mr. Corbett - Everyone of LHS’ applicants to nationals were selected as National Finalists. They will compete at the National FFA Convention the last week of October.National ...
    Posted Aug 17, 2015, 7:39 AM by LAVERNE ROME
  • Sara Wilder Named System Teacher of the Year The combined faculties of the Lowndes County Schools converged on Lowndes High School July 31 to celebrate the opening of a new school year. Highlighting the annual convocation was the ...
    Posted Jul 31, 2015, 6:23 PM by Al Rowell
  • LHS & HMS attended TSA National Conference A Texas Sized Challenge for Lowndes County TSA Members – Lowndes High School and Hahira Middle School Technology Student Association (TSA) members recently attended the TSA National Conference held at the ...
    Posted Jul 9, 2015, 5:34 AM by LAVERNE ROME
  • GREAT Award Winners for May Announced Congratulations go out to Clyattville Elementary student Landon Godwin and to Technology Technician Alex Volveras.  They were the GREAT award winners for May 2015.The GREAT award recognizes individuals who ...
    Posted Jun 1, 2015, 8:58 AM by Debra Martin
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LHS Graduation 2015


Public Notice

Items posted here are for public information or posted as required by state or federal law. 

RFP for Chrome OS Devices; Bids for Accessories
The Lowndes County Schools System is soliciting sealed proposals for Chromebooks and Chrome All-in-One Devices with the Google ChromeOS Management Service for EDU. For this RFP, we are soliciting proposals only from vendors who are authorized to sell both Chrome OS Devices and the ChromeOS Management Service. We are also requesting bids for Aver carts, Califone headphones, and Logitech mice.

Please read carefully the RFP posted below.  Sealed proposals and sealed bids must be received as noted in the RFP no later than 2 pm Thursday, September 10, 2015.

Bids for School Nutrition Surplus

The Lowndes School Nutrition Program is accepting bids for the attached list of items declared surplus by the Lowndes Board of Education.  Items noted as located at "office" may be viewed at the School Nutrition Office, Parker Mathis Learning Center (1500C Lankford Drive) between the hours of 9:00 AM and 4:00 PM, August 21- 28.  
Sealed bids are due to Terri Welden (Lowndes Board of Education, 1592 Norman Drive, Valdosta, GA  31601) no later than 3:00PM on Monday, August 31, 2016. 

Potential bidders should print the bid list and note the amount they wish to bid for a specific item in the space provided.

Petition for A High School Diploma

On March 30, 2015, Governor Nathan Deal signed into law House Bill 91.  House Bill 91 retroactively eliminates the Georgia High School Graduation Test as a requirement for students who took the test between 1994 (when the test was established) and the present. State Board Rule in 2011 eliminated the test as a requirement for graduation, but that elimination did not extend to students who had already taken the test.  House Bill 91 extends back to all graduation tests, beginning with the Basic Skills Test which was administered to students who enrolled for the first time in grade 9 during the 1981-1982 school year.
House Bill 91 only affects those persons who did not earn a high school diploma SOLELY for the reason of being unable to pass the GHSGT, the GHSWT, or its predecessor(s). If you did not get a diploma due to failure to meet specific high school course unit requirements, this law does not apply to you.  Linked here are a copy of House Bill 91, the Petition for High School Diploma form, the Diploma Petition Timeline, and the HB91-High School Graduation Diploma Petition-Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) document.