Going back to school this fall will be challenging. It will require schools and families to work together even more than before. Schools will be making changes to their policies and procedures, please be patient as we navigate these circumstances. Teachers and staff will teach and encourage preventive behaviors at school. Likewise, it will be important for families to emphasize and model healthy behaviors at home and to talk to your children about changes to expect this school year. With your child attending school in-person, it is important to prepare for the possibility of virtual learning if our school closes. We have taken numerous steps to ensure the safety and health of your child. Taking temperatures as your child arrives, eating breakfast in classrooms/homeroom, hand-washing three times a day including lunch, hand sanitizing stations in the hallway, proper signage to remind students of proper procedures, lunchroom safety( distancing in line and seating), water fountains will not be available, and proper cleaning throughout the school. If you have questions, please contact us. We want to eliminate any fears or anxieties that you may have regarding your child returning to school.
Open house dates ❤️🦅💙 Please make plans to attend!!! Check out our new logo!
Our 2020-2021 school theme ❤️🦅💙
H.Y. Livesay Middle School
475 Highway 63 / P.O. Box 460
Harrogate, Tennessee 37752
Tel: 423 869-4663
Fax: 423 869-8389
H.Y. Livesay Middle School was established in 1974 to serve fifth, sixth, seventh, and eighth grade students of Harrogate, and the adjacent communities of Arthur, Cumberland Gap, and Shawanee. Built on land donated by Lincoln Memorial University and named in honor of Dr. Herbert Y. Livesay, a former university president, the school shares with L.M.U. a commitment to provide quality education for area students.
Excellence in Education
Safe and Successful
H.Y. Livesay Middle School is dedicated to providing a safe environment in which our students can be motivated to learn, while being inspired and encouraged to become lifelong learners and productive citizens.
The Claiborne County School System does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, or age in its educational programs, activities or employment policies and provides equal access to the Boy Scouts and other designated youth groups. Inquiries regarding compliance on the non-discrimination policies should be directed to 504/Title IX Coordinator at (423)626-7979