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Mission Statement
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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Student Athletes Recognized at December Board Meeting

The Lincoln County Board of Education recognized four outstanding students for their athletic accomplishments at the December board meeting. These students worked extremely hard and placed at the region or state level in their sport. Way to go!        

Volleyball Award All Region Season Volleyball Team ~ Taryn Johnson 
All Region Volleyball Team ~ Peyton Griffin (not present)
Pictured with Mr. Godbey, & Mr. Leffew

Soccer AwardAll 12th Region Boys Soccer Team ~ Trey Cummins
Pictured with Coach Cummins, Mr. Godbey, & Mr. Leffew
crosscountryawardState Qualifier Cross Country ~ Alexis Slone
Pictured with Coach Pope & Mr. Harris
Judy Russell awarded December TEAMLincoln Award

Judy Russell TeamLincoln Award - December 2017

Congratulations to Mrs. Judy Russell for being named the #TEAMLincoln Award winner for the month of December! Mrs. Russell is currently the District Attendance/Data Specialist where she has served in this role for 10 years. Judy previously worked at Hustonville Elementary for 17 years after graduating from Hustonville High School. Mrs. Russell is recognized for her commitment, dependability, and work ethic. Thank you for your hard work and dedication to the Lincoln County School District! 

LincolnReads20 Kickoff

LincolnReads20 logo

We are so excited to share a new districtwide initiative to encourage students and families to Read 20 minutes per night. .

Students are encouraged to read 20 minutes per night at home and they will complete a log of their reading time.  Completed logs will be returned to their teacher and will allow students to be eligible for a variety of prizes at their schools. 

We are kicking off this district reading initiative and would like your help in spreading the word and encouraging students to read.  

Look for  our yard signs around the community along with posters of educators reading at your school.  Information will also be shared with and discussed at the local radio station during our twice monthly Lincoln County District Updates.

Many celebrations have been planned and will be occurring at the elementary schools across the district.

Thank you in advance for helping our students on their path to becoming life-long readers!  

Reading with children for 20 minutes per day exposes them to 1.8 million words a year!

#LincolnReads20

Stanford Early Childhood Center Grand Opening

Early Childhood Center Ribbon Cutting Ceremony  Early Childhood Center Teaching Staff

The new Stanford Early Childhood Center had an open house and ribbon-cutting ceremony Tuesday, November 28. Thank you to all of the community, staff, and students who participated in this wonderful event!! The Early Childhood Center is attached to Stanford Elementary school. This new facility and dedicated staff will  provide many wonderful opportunities for our young students, ages 6 months to 4 years. 

The story was aired on WKYT

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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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