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The mission of Lincoln County Public Schools is to empower every student with the knowledge, skills and attributes necessary to become college/career and citizenship ready by providing high quality education and enriching opportunities in every classroom every day.



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#TeamLincoln March Award Recipients

March #TeamLincoln Awards

Congratulations to our District #TEAMLincoln Award recipients for March, 2018!

Lincoln County Middle School - Allie Gibson
Highland Elementary School - Suzanne Montgomery
Student Support Center - Johanna Ingram
Crab Orchard Elementary School - Dreama Tomlison
Lincoln County High School - Amy Bastin
Stanford Elementary School - Lynda Dye

Stakeholders are encouraged to nominate Lincoln County School employees who...

- Demonstrate a Teamwork attitude 
- Demonstrate Excellence in his/her work
- Always put students first
- Enthusiastically support the Mission of the Lincoln County School District

Join us in recognizing and celebrating the outstanding work of our Lincoln County School employees!

The nomination form can be found at the following link: https://docs.google.com/…/1FAIpQLSdPpE8hLPtDXcQW8E…/viewform

2018-19 Early Childhood Registration begins in April

Early Childhood Registration begins in April

LCHS student, Reed Campbell, selected to attend Honeywell Leadership Challenge Academy

Reed Campbell Honeywell Leadership recipient

Reed Campbell has been selected to attend the Honeywell Leadership Challenge Academy (HLCA) at the U.S. Space and Rocket Center in Huntsville, Alabama.

Campbell, a senior at Lincoln County High School, was one of only about 320 students in 33 U.S. states and almost 40 countries chosen to participate in the week-long, experimental learning program exclusive to students 16-18 years old.

The HLCA program is designed for students who have an interest in science, technology, engineering or mathematics and are actively pursuing careers in the field.

Photo & Story by Nancy Leedy -  click this link for Newspaper article - TheInteriorJournal

Bluegrass All-Regional Honor Band Members Recognized

BandAwards 2 studentsThe Lincoln County Board of Education recognized two Lincoln County High School band members for their outstanding musical accomplishments at the March Board Meeting. Gabriel Gilliam and Timothy Dunlap were both selected into the Bluegrass All-Regional Honor Band. The Bluegrass All-Regional Honor Band is an auditioned clinic hosted in central Kentucky each spring. Students learn rigorous audition music that is approved by the Kentucky Music Educators Association and are selected based on their musicality, accuracy, precision, and overall musicianship. When selected, students earn a chair in the band and get to work with nationally honored clinicians and educators. Participation in the Bluegrass All-Regional Band is a great honor and we are very proud of Gabriel Gilliam and Timothy Dunlap for representing our district!



Thank You!! 20 Years of Service

The Lincoln County Board of Education recognized employees, at the February board meeting,  who have served for 20 years and dedicated the majority of their career to teaching and serving the students of Lincoln County. In recognition of their service, they were presented with a Patriot Award, as well as a 20+ pin. Thank you for serving Lincoln County students!!

Staff with 20 years service

Pictured: Gail Richards, Connie Thompson, Julie Hale, Kristen Story, Susan Miller, Renata Mason, Lori Bailey, James Carrier
Not Present: Judy Asbery, Tonya Calfee, Kristi Petrey, Lisa LaLonde, Wilma Rice, Valerie Sanders, Lisa Southerland, Johnna Ward, Kristi Young

2018 Lincoln County Spelling Bee Winner

Spelling Bee 2018 Winner Mayan C.Congratulations to Myan Cook, the 2018 Lincoln County Spelling Bee winner! Myan will represent Lincoln County at the Kentucky Derby Festival state competition in Louisville on March 17th. We are so proud of Myan and all of our Spelling Bee participants! Thank you to Lincoln County Farm Bureau for sponsoring our Spelling Bee each year. We also want to thank WPBK-FM 102.9 for providing live coverage of the contest.  #TEAMLincoln


2018 Lincoln County Spelling Bee participants


Crab Orchard: Alayna Bodner, Alex Carman

Highland: Chloe Pope, Chealsea Gonzalez

Hustonville: Gracee Teague, Haley Goins

Lincoln County Middle School: Myan Cook, Carson Jenkins

McKinney: Morgan Reynolds, Ashton Gifford

Stanford: Malachi Gooch, Robert Gooch

Waynesburg: Tonya Quale, Nolan Roberts

* Thelma Blair - Lincoln County Farm Bureau Representative

LCMS Girls Basketball teams - Salt River Conference Championship

Congratulations to our LCMS girls basketball teams that competed in the finals at the Salt River Conference Championship. 

LCMS 6th Grade Girls basketball

 6th Grade Conference Champs   

LCMS 7th grade girls basketball    

 7th Grade Conference Champs   

8th Grade Team Conference Runner-Up

Woods - Qualifies for State Swim Competition Lincoln County High School student qualifies for State Swim Competetion!

Lincoln County High School student, Woods Smith, placed second in the 50 yard freestyle at the KHSAA Regional Swim Finals! Woods’ second place finish qualifies him for the state competition. Congratulations!!! #TEAMLincoln

National Beta School of Merit

NationalBeta School of Merit

Congratulations to Lincoln County High School for being named a 2017-2018 National Beta School of Merit! We are proud of your dedication and commitment to academic excellence!

Non-Discrimination Notice

Public Notice

Lincoln County Student Support Center

Non-Discrimination Notice

Academic Year:  2017-18


The Lincoln County School District does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, age, political affiliation, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, or veteran status in its programs or activities on school property and off school grounds during school-sponsored activities, and provides equal access to its facilities to the Boy Scouts and other designated youth groups.  Inquiries may be directed to Jackie Risden-Smith, Title IX Coordinator or the Section 504/ADA Title II Coordinator, Claudia Godbey, at (606) 365-2124.

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The mission of Lincoln County Public Schools is to empower every student with the knowledge, skills and attributes necessary to become college/career and citizenship ready by providing high quality education and enriching opportunities in every classroom every day.



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