1 Senior Sibs (8th grade only)

2 PLC  (Faculty only) 3:00-4:30

7-11  Book Fair

14-18 Fall Break

21 Report Cards

22 Parents in Action Meeting 5:30

23 4-H  Pumpkin Carving/ Decorating Contest

24 Spooky Literacy Night 6:00-7:30pm 👻🎃💀

25 Honor Roll/Perfect Attendance Bowling 🎳 Football Friday

28–Nov 1  Red Ribbon Week

28  Norris -First Home Basketball Game 5:00  Students are free if they wear red, white, and blue!

5th grade Biztown

30 Bible Release Time (5th and 6th grade only)

31   Halloween  Students may dress up in costume but must met CCBOE dress code requirements. No props or accessories.  No blood or masks.


1 Senior Sibs (8th grade only)

4  Progress Reports (2nd nine weeks 1st three weeks)

8 Veterans Day Program 9:00am

11  4-H

15  Fall Make-up Pics  ( Fall Sports: Basketball, Soccer, Football, Cheerleading, and Dance)

18 Washburn @ Home 5:00 JVB

19  7th and 8th grade field trip / Junior Beta Club Formal Initiation 6:00

22 Junior Beta Club Informal Initiation 7:55  morning assembly

25  Hancock @ Home 5:00  JVB 5:00


“We Believe that We’ll Achieve”

H.Y. Livesay Middle School

475 Highway 63 / P.O. Box 460
Harrogate, Tennessee 37752
Tel: 423 869-4663
Fax: 423 869-8389

Mrs. Beth Beeler
Assistant Principal
Thank you for visiting H.Y. Livesay Middle School web site.
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.


Mission Statement
The mission of H.Y. Livesay Middle School is to provide an educational environment that is safe and conducive to learning, where students are challenged to achieve their potential .


It is the vision of H.Y. Livesay Middle School that our students will acquire the skills necessary to succeed at their grade level which will enable them to become life-long learners. By uniting parents, faculty and community members, we will utilize our community resources to their fullest to help us achieve this goal.

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