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Wednesday, August 15 - Schools Closed until 1:00 PM

All school personnel will be in required district trainings on Wednesday, August 15, 2018 and all school buildings will be closed until 1:00 PM.

School Bus Stop Law ~ Help keep our kids safe

KY School Bus Stop Law
Please help keep our students safe this school year!  
Click here for School Bus Safety!

Chromebook Pick-Up for Freshman

All students are expected to have their chromebooks on the first day of school, August 16th (9th - 11th graders).  For incoming 9th graders, you will have another opportunity to turn in your chromebook paperwork, pay the $25 usage fee (or pay a down payment), and pick up your chromebook on Tuesday, August 7th from 6:00-8:30 p.m.  Please park in the gym area and come in the cafeteria entrance around the back of the school.  You will then need to come to the library.  Chromebook paperwork can be downloaded by clicking here or it can be picked up at the front desk at school.

For the time to come, please follow the times according to your last name:

  • A- Greer:  5:30-6:30 p.m.
  • Griffin- P:  6:30-7:30 p.m.
  • Q - Z:  7:30-8:30 p.m.

 

2018-19 Parking Permits

All vehicles parked on campus during school hours are required to have a 2018-19 LCHS parking permit.  A parking permit cost $10.  Paperwork and fee must be submitted prior to being allowed to park on campus.  Student parking permits will be sold on Tuesday, August 7th at the Welcome Back Night.  To download a copy of the 2018-19 LCHS Parking Permit, click here.

Chromebook Paperwork for 9th Graders

We are excited about a new school year starting and the new 9th graders becominig part of the Patriot Family!  One of the requirements all 9th graders have before school starts is to get the paperwork completed for their chromebook and get their chromebook issued for the year.

 

Chromebooks will be issued during the Freshman Orientation on Thursday, August 2nd from 3:30-7:00 p.m.  All 9th graders will need to attend and bring their paperwork with them.  A $25 student usage fee is also required or the chromebook paperwork indicating a payment plan.

 

The Chromebook paperwork can be downloaded by clicking here.

 

Copies can also be picked up at the high school before August 2nd.

 

Please let us know if we can help you out in any way as you prepare for a new school year.  We look forward to seeing you on Thursday, August 2nd!

Reminder of Immunization Requirements

Immunization RequirementsIn June of 2017 the Kentucky Department for Public Health passed new immunization regulations that will directly affect all school aged children. Below are the new regulations.

One new age-specific immunization requirement and one booster dose requirement

effective for the school year beginning on or after July 1, 2018:

  • 2-Dose Series of Hep A (Age: 12 months through 18 years)
  • Quadrivalent meningococcal vaccine (MenACWY) booster dose (Age: 16 years)

Every child age 12 months-18 years of age will be required to have the 2-Dose series of Hep A. Also, all students ages 16 and up will be required to have a booster dose of meningococcal.

If your student has had these vaccines please check with the school nurse to make sure they have a copy on file.

The CDC as well as the Lincoln County School District is suggesting you get these vaccines scheduled as soon as possible to ensure your students compliance for the 2018/2019 school year.

Each student will have to provide their respective schools with a new KY Immunization Certificate.  If the student has a Religious Exemption, he/she will be required to provide a new Religious Exemption form which now requires a notary signature and seal.

Certificate of Immunization Record  

Child Find Notice

Child Find for Children with Disabilities in Need of Special Education or 504 Services

Please click the link to open the document.  This information can also be located under our tabs under Departments/Academics Division/ Exceptional Child/Child Find Notice

TE New District Athletic Director

It is with great excitement that the Lincoln County School District announces the hire of Tim Estes as District Athletic Director.

Tim Estes is currently the morning show host on WPBK-FM and also serves as their Sports Director. It is Tim's love of sports and the kids of Lincoln County that has driven him to go above and beyond in covering local sporting events. Tim was part of the WRSL football broadcast crew from 1984-1986.

 

Tim retired from Lincoln County schools after teaching and coaching for 27 years. He was an assistant football coach at Lincoln County High School from 1987-1993. He was head football coach at Webster County High School during the 1994 and 1995 seasons before returning as an assistant at LCHS in 1996. He was the Head Football Coach at Lincoln County from 1997-2001. Tim also served as Head Track Coach for 15+ years.  

 

Tim lives in Stanford with his wife, Wendy.

 

Please join us in congratulating Tim Estes!

DT New Chief Academic Officer

It is with great excitement that the Lincoln County Schools announce the selection of Dreama Tomlison as Chief Academic Officer. After reviewing all applicants and conducting interview(s) Mrs. Tomlison was selected to lead the Academic Division. 

 

Beginning July 1st, Mrs. Tomlison will replace Jackie Risden-Smith as the Chief Academic Officer.  Mrs. Tomlison is the current principal at Crab Orchard Elementary School where she has served as the instructional leader, evaluator of certified and classified staff, manager of Title 1 budgets, chair of SBDM meetings, CSIP Coordinator, PD provider, PD facilitator, PLC meeting leader and RTI coordinator. Mrs. Tomlison has also served as a Reading First Coach, Media Specialist and elementary classroom teacher.  

 

Join me in welcoming Dreama Tomlison in her new role. Dreama’s vast experience will be a strong asset as the district develops strategies designed to provide quality educational experiences for all students.

SAFE SCHOOLS AND PBIS TRAINING 2018

SafeSchools Training

All Lincoln County employees, please click the above training link to complete your online Safe Schools and PBIS Trainings for this year. All trainings are included in this link and must be completed by August 31st, 2018. 
PBIS Training must be completed before August 15th. 

Suzanne Montgomery Highland Names New Principal

It is with great excitement that the Lincoln County Schools announce the selection of Suzanne Montgomery as principal at Highland Elementary School. The Highland Elementary SBDM Council developed their selection criteria, reviewed all applicants, and conducted interview(s) to select the best candidate for instructional leader of their school.  

 

Mrs. Montgomery is a lifelong resident of Lincoln County, and has dedicated 29 years to our school district.  Mrs. Montgomery has been associated with Highland Elementary in some manner since 1972 when she began as a student.  

 

Mrs. Montgomery has served as a teacher, Academic Performance Coach, building assessment coach, and most recently as the Instructional Coach at Highland Elementary.  She has shown unwavering dedication to our school system, in particular to Highland Elementary.  Mrs. Montgomery is the wife of Scott Montgomery, retired principal of Fort Logan High School.  They have one son Ryan who is entering his second year at Georgetown College.  Mrs. Montgomery will take the helm on July 1st, as current principal James Carrier moves to Stanford Elementary. 

Spencer Crutchfield Named Head Football Coach at LCHS

Spencer Crutchfield

Please join us in welcoming Spencer Crutchfield as the new Head Football Coach at Lincoln County High School. Mr. Crutchfield is a life-long resident of Garrard County and has ten years of varsity coaching experience. He served nine of those years at Garrard County High School coaching the running backs, wide-receivers and defensive backs. Crutchfield made the move to Madison Central in 2017, taking on the role of running back and defensive back coach. He also served as assistant coach for junior varsity and head coach of the freshman team. In addition to his duties on the football field, Mr. Crutchfield served as head coach of track and field at Madison Central.

Coaching has been a life-long dream of Crutchfield’s, one that he knows he has been blessed to pursue thus far. When offered the opportunity to coach the Patriots he said, “It has been an exciting experience considering I played football for a neighboring county and remember with great affection the unmatched experience that football offers young men. Now, having a chance to coach at a school with such a storied history, it is absolutely a dream come true.”


Crutchfield’s scholastic pedigree includes a Bachelor of Science in Physical Education from Eastern Kentucky University followed by a Master of Arts in Special Education from the University of the Cumberlands.

Mr. Crutchfield lives in Lancaster along with his wife Jordan and 17 month old son Cam Dayton. Welcome Mr. Spencer Crutchfield!

Non-Discrimination Notice

Public Notice

Lincoln County Student Support Center

Non-Discrimination Notice

Academic Year:  2018-19

 

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 Dreama Tomlison, Title IX Coordinator or the Section 504/ADA Title II Coordinator, Claudia Godbey, at (606) 365-2124.

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