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2016 Golf Team Seniors with coach Scott Montgomery Newly painted Lincoln County High School football field 2026
Lincoln County Middle School Students featured on "The Next Big Thing"

On Fridays, Channel One News features "The Next Big Thing" and accepts feedback from students on whether they agree or disagree. Lincoln County Middle School teacher, Mrs. Lacey Ledford worked with her class to create and submit a video over Chip, The Smart Cookie Oven, and it aired on the January 6th episode!! The kids were super excited that their video was chosen to be shown nationwide. Congratulations!!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W3NBUInIzfc


School board is vital component of district progress Mr. Michael Rowe - Superintendent

Our community is blessed. We have a successful school system with incredibly engaged students in grades K-12 and a team of professional teachers and administrators who strive daily to provide an excellent education to benefit this community for generations to come.

A vital component of the progress of our district – and thus our community – is the leadership provided by the men and women who make up the Lincoln County Board of Education. 

As superintendent, I am fortunate to regularly witness the selfless service of board members Tom Blankenship, Alan Hubble, Theresa Long, Yolanda Smith and Marvin Wilson. But often, stakeholders only see their work at board meetings. Our school board members are citizens of Lincoln County – your friends and neighbors – with extraordinary dedication to our community and our children.


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"Making a Difference" Awards 2016

Teachers and staff of Lincoln County’s Exceptional Child Services department were recognized for going above and beyond the scope of their jobs for the sake of students. 

A ceremony was held Dec. 13 at the Lincoln County Student Support Center on Danville Avenue and a large crowd gathered as 18 Making a Difference award nominees were honored and six finalists were recognized. 

“I’m very excited to have these 18 finalists and I’m very excited to recognize them tonight,” said Jackie Risden-Smith, director of instructional equity and academic support.

Diff Makers

2016 Making a Difference 6 Award Winners


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Great Academic Gains for Lincoln County District and Schools

Today, Superintendent Michael Rowe announced congratulations to the Lincoln County Public School District for achieving the status of a Distinguished School District. The Lincoln County School District has performed at the proficient or distinguished level for four consecutive years. A special note of congratulations was extended to Lincoln County High School (LCHS) for being designated a “School of Distinction!” LCHS received this classification within Kentucky’s Unbridled Learning Accountability System. Praise was also extended to Lincoln County Middle School and Crab Orchard Elementary for receiving a classification of “Distinguished.” Additionally Lloyd McGuffey 6th Grade Center, Hustonville Elementary School and Highland Elementary School all received a Proficient classification within the Kentucky Accountability System. Other notable celebration points within the data are Stanford, McKinney, and Waynesburg Elementary Schools all meeting their annual measurable objectives goal under federal guidelines with a progressing classification. Upon hearing this news, Superintendent Rowe stated, “We are pleased to be deemed a Distinguished School District!  All of our schools have points for celebration. Lincoln County High School is on track to meet their goal of a top 10 high school in the state of KY. Equally as exciting is the news that Lincoln County Middle School and Crab Orchard have been classified as distinguished schools!” 

While all of this news is exciting, the district continues to strive toward the goal of becoming a district of distinction. “The data points to our progress toward this goal!” said Rowe.   


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Non-Discrimination Notice

The Lincoln County Board of Education does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, genetic information, disability, religion, marital status, or age in its programs and activities and provides equal access of its' facilities to the Boy Scouts and other designated youth groups.
The following have been designated to handle inquiries regarding nondiscrimination under Title IX and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973: Pam Hart, Title IX Coordinator, or Eva Stone, Section 504 Coordinator, 305 Danville Ave., Stanford, KY  40484, (606) 365-2124.
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