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Lincoln County Middle School News

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. 

Crab Orchard Names New Principal

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It is with great excitement that the Lincoln County Schools announce the selection of Justin Abbott as principal at Crab Orchard Elementary School. The Crab Orchard 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.  

 

Beginning July 1st, Mr. Abbott will replace Dreama Tomlinson as the instructional leader of Crab Orchard Elementary School.  Mr. Abbott is joining the Lincoln County Schools from Pineville Elementary where he taught for 13 years.  Mr. Abbott also served as the Professional Development Coordinator, and Assistant Athletic Director with the Pineville Independent Schools during his tenure.  

 

Mr. Abbott and his wife will be bringing his two daughters to join him at Crab Orchard.  

 

Please join the Lincoln County Schools as we welcome Mr. Abbott to our learning community.  

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. 

Mr. Chris Cook LCMS Hires New Football Coach

LCMS would like to welcome our new head football coach, Mr. Chris Cook. Mr. Cook is a 2011 graduate of Boyle County High school where he participated in baseball and football. 

Lincoln County Arts Academy NEW Lincoln County Summer Arts Academy Announced ***July 9-20***

Application deadline for the Summer Arts Academy is May 18th at 3:00 pm. The application may be completed at the following link: Summer Arts Academy Application  Absolutely no late applications will be accepted.

We’re excited to share that the Lincoln County School District is eligible to receive a Federal Title IV, part A, Student Support and Academic Enrichment (SSAE) grant.

Priority activities identified for expenditure of these grant funds include the following:

1) Summer Arts Academy - Social Studies and World Language Integrated

2) Summer STEM Academy (Application Coming Soon) - Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math 

3) Kindergarten Camp (Application Coming Soon) - Increased Social/Emotional Focus 

4) Professional learning opportunities and training for staff to support the district's chromebook initiative. Also increase the number of Google level 1 and/or Level 2 certified trainers.     

Please see more important details from the email sent to all staff by Jackie Risden-Smith, Chief Academic officer by clicking Read More

School Lunch Food Nutrition Department Serving Lunch on Friday, April 13th

The Lincoln County School Nutrition Department will be delivering lunch at the following times and locations on Friday, April 13th. If you can't access one of these locations please contact the Lincoln County Board of Education: 606-365-2124

Stanford and Crab Orchard Areas McKinney, Hustonville, and Waynesburg
Crab Orchard Commons - 10:40 am McKinney Baptist - 10:40 am
Crab Orchard Manor - 10:55 am New Hope Baptist - 11:00 am
Crab Orchard Springs - 11:15 am Waynesburg Double Springs - 11:35 am
Cedar Creek Duplexes - 11:25 am  
Logan's Trace - 11:40 am  
Oakview Apartments - 12:00 pm  
Lincoln Terrace - 12:15 pm  
Bluegrass Mobile Homes - 12:30 pm  
Goshen Road - 12:45 pm  
No School April 13 No School ~ Friday, April 13, 2018

Lincoln County Schools will be closed on Friday, April 13, 2018 as a large portion of our staff travel to Frankfort to advocate for our students and public education. The House and Senate will be in session and are expected to consider the option to override vetoes issued by Governor Bevin. There are three key bills that are critical to public education.  

Happy spring Break April 2-6 Spring Break ~ April 2-6

Have a wonderful spring break! We look forward to seeing everyone on April 9th full of energy and ready to finish the school year strong! 
#TEAMLincoln

spring break Spring Break

Spring Break for Lincoln County Schools will be April 2 - 6. Have a great Spring Break!!!

No school March 21, 2018 No School ~ Wednesday, March 21, 2018

Lincoln County Schools will be closed on Wednesday , March 21, 2018. This is a non-NTI cancellation day. Stay safe and warm!

bandconcert Band Concert

On Thursday, March 22, band students will be performing in a spring concert at the Lincoln County Middle School gym.  The performance will begin at 6:30 P.M. We invite families and friends to join us in this event. 

OP Prep Operation Preparation

Did you know that the career that interests the highest percentage of eighth graders at Lincoln County Middle School is a professional athlete? 

What they may not know is less than 1% of college athletes "go pro" according to NCAA and NAIA stats, and less than 1% of the U.S. population cite professional athlete as their occupation according to the Bureau of Labor and Statistics.

At this year's Operation Preparation (March 27), community advisors will meet with eighth grade students about what careers may be best open to them so that they can make the best college and career choices for their future.

No School Friday No School-Friday March 16

There will be no school on Friday, March 16th.  This is a staff work day for faculty. If students have not completed their NTI packets, this is a great opportunity to finish these assignments.  Enjoy your long weekend!

National Day of Action
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Kentucky Education Groups ask students and school employees to join in the National Day of Action against Gun Violence on Friday April 20 by wearing orange and blue in remembrance of those lost at Marshall County High School and in other school shootings. 
Art Showcase LCMS Arts Showcase

LCMS Arts Showcase: Thursday, April 26th from 5-7 @ Lincoln County Public Library. All parents and community members are welcome to come enjoy the beautiful artwork of our Lincoln County Middle School students! Light refreshments will be served and admission is free J

Deepest Sympathy With Deepest Sympathy

It is with a heavy heart that the LCMS family mourns the death of Sam Singleton.  Sam was loved by the students and staff of Lincoln County Middle School.  Please be in prayer for the Singleton family in this very difficult time.

Counseling services are available at Lincoln County Middle School for any LCMS student that needs them.  Please come to the school or call 365-8400.

Kids Eat Free Summer Food Service Program Begins

Lincoln County Board of Education is participating in the Summer Food Service Program. Meals will be provided to all children without charge and are the same for all children regardless of race, color, national origin, sex, age or disability, and there will be no discrimination in the course of the meal service. Meals will be provided, at a first come, first serve basis, at the sites and times as follows:

 

For dates, locations, and times please click Read More below

Countdown to K-PREP

 

We look forward to seeing how well our students do!

Report Cards-3rd Nine Weeks 3rd Nine Weeks End Today!

Attention Students and Parents....The 3rd Nine Weeks ends today, Thurs. March 15th.  Report cards will be coming home with students next Thurs., March 22nd.  

No School Staff Work Day No School for Students ~ Friday, March 16, 2018

There will be no school for students on Friday, March 16, 2018. This is a scheduled staff work day. Have a beautiful weekend!! 

No School No School ~ Wednesday, March 14, 2018

Lincoln County Schools will be closed on Wednesday , March 14, 2018. This is a non-NTI cancellation day. Stay safe and warm!

Rising Freshmen Attention All 8th Graders!---Rising Freshmen!!

Attention All 8th Grade Students and Parents!  This information is for Rising Freshmen.  Click on the "Read More" button for additional information about this night.  Mark your calendars....Thurs. March 22 from 4:30-6:00pm.

teststrong Testing for Course Placement

Ever wonder what we do with test scores?  Secondary schools in Lincoln County often use tests scores not only to see how students are doing in each subject, to see what kind of progress our school is making, and to see if we are meeting our goals.  We also use test scores to place students into courses.  That is why it is so important for students to always do their best, or they may not get the courses that they want.  Advanced courses like Algebra I, Spanish I, math Pre-AP, advanced ELA--all require that students perform at the highest levels to qualify.  Students who fall short on their assessment scores are not considered for these courses.  Additionally, students who score at the bottom of the score ranges are scheduled for intervention (RTI) courses in order to help them improve.  So, for students to get the most out of their school programs, they need to take their tests seriously and always do their best!

Summer STEM Academy ~ Register Now

STEM AcademyOur first Lincoln County Summer STEM Academy is now scheduled for July 9-13.  
Registration now open. Deadline is June 8th. 

Please click the link below to register:

STEM Academy Registration Link

 

2018 Excellence in Teaching Award Program Recipients Honored

2018 Excellence in Teaching Award ProgramCongratulations to our 2018 Excellence in Teaching Award Program recipients honored May 19 with statewide recognition at Campbellsville University. Lincoln County teachers and administrators attended an awards ceremony followed by a catered luncheon where the teachers were recognized for their quality teaching and commitment to the education profession. 

Mrs. Ella Schuler, Hustonville
Mr. Timothy Wheeler, LCMS 
Mr. Harvey Franklin, LCHS

schedule Requests for Encore Courses 2018-19

On May 23 sixth and seventh grade students will be entering requests for encore and some enrichment courses for the 2018-19 school year.  Students have the opportunity to submit requests for which encore  and enrichment courses they would like to take in the upcoming school year.  All requests should be entered by May 23. If students miss the opportunity to enter requests on May 23, students should turn in their request sheets to a counselor.  Any student who has not entered requests or turned in their sheets by May 25 will be randomly placed in encore courses.

Striving Readers Literacy Survey

LCMS Student Literacy Survey - https://goo.gl/forms/NWU1NdYuYqzb0EmF3  

 

Parent Literacy Survey - https://goo.gl/forms/Ad3QGXF2qumlakp53 

Thank you for taking the time for this short survey!

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

School Closed 3-13-18 No School ~ Tuesday, March 13, 2018 - Patriot Day 10

Lincoln County Public Schools will be closed on Tuesday, March 13, , 2018. There are several trees down on side roads and many still without electricity This day will be the tenth Patriot Day (NTI Day) for students. Stay safe and warm!

 

Please have students complete their work for Patriot Day #10. Your child's teacher will be available to assist if needed. Please refer to the information that came home with your child's Patriot Day packets and the information included here - Non-Traditional Instruction (NTI) Program Information.

 

Just a reminder that school closings are only official when announced by the Lincoln County School District Facebook page, District Website, School Messenger, or our local news/radio station.

Patriot Day 9 No School No School ~ Monday, March 12, 2018 - 9th Patriot Day

Lincoln County Public Schools will be closed on Monday, March 12, , 2018. This day will be the ninth Patriot Day (NTI Day) for students. Stay safe and warm!

 

Please have students complete their work for Patriot Day #9. Your child's teacher will be available to assist if needed. Please refer to the information that came home with your child's Patriot Day packets and the information included here - Non-Traditional Instruction (NTI) Program Information.

 

Just a reminder that school closings are only official when announced by the Lincoln County School District Facebook page, District Website, School Messenger, or our local news/radio station.

Parent Survey

In an effort to improve system practices, Lincoln County is conducting a Parent Survey. We value your opinion and ask that you take the time to complete this survey.

In order to complete the survey, please click the picture or link
and select the school in which your student is enrolled: Parent Survey Link  


Please be assured that your responses to this survey will be anonymous. Your honest opinion is appreciated. Thank you for your time and attention to this matter.

Yearbook Yearbooks on Sale!!

Yearbooks are on sale!! Money may be turned into the office to either Jessica Singleton or Eutheda Mullins. You may order online as well at YBPay.lifetouch.com with Yearbook code: 13368918. Orders yours now!! For further questions you may email Melissa Godbey-Hoover at melissa.hoover@lincoln.kyschools.us.

#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

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!

track Track and Field Tryouts

Tryouts for track and field are scheduled for Tuesday, February 27.  Students interested in being on the team should stay after school and report to the gym.  Students need to make sure to have a ride home.

writing On-Demand Writing Scrimmage

On Tuesday, February 27, students will be participating in a school-wide on-demand writing assessment.  This scrimmage will allow students to take a sample on-demand writing test that will be a passage-based arguementative piece to get a preliminary look at how prepared they are for performing a timed writing assessment similar to the type that they will see on their end-of-year K-PREP assessment.  Students have been receiving writing instruction throughout the year with various practice and assessed writing tasks leading up to this scrimmage and finally the on-demand writing assessment on K-PREP at the end of the school year.  Teachers will use data from the scrimmage to assess student needs and determine instructional strategies to address those needs.

Rogers Explorers Program

Rogers ExplorersAny parent or eighth-grade student interested in the Rogers Explorers Program should click the read more button to find out about how they can get involved in this leadership opportunity.   Read more for information about the program, eligibility requirements, and access to apply for the program.  Applications are due online by February 25.

Art contest Art Opportunities

Design contests for our Yearbook cover and Doodle for Google is currently going on.  Click on "Read More" for further details about these awesome opportunities!

Communication of Concern at LCHS

After receiving a verbal threat, District and LCHS staff have investigated and responded to the concern. All students and staff in Lincoln County Schools are safe.

midterm Midterms Go Home

Barring any weather delays, Monday, February 12, marks the midterm of the third grading period.  Parents can use midterms to check grades and determine progress towards meeting performance expectations.  Look for teacher reports to be sent home or check grades in Infinite Campus by clicking the orange link at the left for those with Infinite Campus Portal accounts.

One Hour Delay - February 12 One Hour Delay ~ Monday, February 12, 2018

Today, Monday, February 12, 2018, the Lincoln County School District is operating on a 1 HOUR DELAY due to light precipitation overnight. School start times are one hour later than regularly scheduled. STAFF may report on a 1 hour delay as well.

One Hour Delay Thursday, February 8 ~ One Hour Delay

Lincoln County Public Schools will be operating on a one hour delay today, Thursday, February 8, 2018. Busses will run one hour later than normal and school will begin for students one hour later than the normal time.  The day will end at regular release time. Staff will report on a one hour delay as well. 

#TEAMLincoln January 2018 Award Winners

January TeamLincoln  Award WinnersCongratulations to our District #TEAMLincoln Award winners for January! 

Mark Upchurch, Student Employment Coach, Academic Division Award
Arlene Yocum, Custodian, Operations Division Award
James Hacker, Network Technician, Superintendent Award
Brittany Dale, Teacher, Middle School Award
Kallie Lake, Counselor, High School Award
Not pictured, Angie Patterson, Instructional Assistant, Elementary Award

 

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    #TEAMLincoln Award Nomination Form

Spelling Bee Congratulations to Our School Spelling Bee Winners!

Congratulations to Myan Cook from the Falcons team for winning the school spelling bee!  Special praise also goes to Carson Jenkins from the Patriots for being our runner-up.  Both Myan and Carson are eligible to compete in the District Bee on February 7.  Tune in to WPBK radio to listen live!  The winner of the district competition qualifies for the state spelling bee at the Derby Festival in the spring.  Best wishes to these two young men! 
 

Recognition also goes to the following students for winning their team competitions:  Ricky Bray—Predators, Kalyn Peek—Swoopers, Marissa Cook—Raptors, Taylor Prewitt—Yankees.  Nice work students!

NO SCHOOL Patriot Day 8 NO SCHOOL ~ MONDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 2018 - 8TH PATRIOT DAY

Lincoln County Public Schools will be closed on Monday, February 5, , 2018. This day will be the eighth Patriot Day (NTI Day) for students.

 

Please have students complete their work for Patriot Day #8. Your child's teacher will be available to assist if needed. Please refer to the information that came home with your child's Patriot Day packets and the information included here - Non-Traditional Instruction (NTI) Program Information.

 

Just a reminder that school closings are only official when announced by the Lincoln County School District Facebook page, District Website, School Messenger, or our local news/radio station.

Lion's Club Art Contest Lion's Club Art Contest

Congratulations to 7th grade student JOE BOOZE for winning at the district level Lion’s Club Peace Poster Contest and will be honored on March 24th at 10 a.m. at the District Convention at Cumberland Falls State Park. Way to go, Joe!

NO SCHOOL Patriot Day #7 NO SCHOOL ~ FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 2018 - 7TH PATRIOT DAY

Lincoln County Public Schools will be closed on Friday, February 2, 2018. This day will be the seventh Patriot Day (NTI Day) for students.

 

Please have students complete their work for Patriot Day #7. Your child's teacher will be available to assist if needed. Please refer to the information that came home with your child's Patriot Day packets and the information included here - Non-Traditional Instruction (NTI) Program Information.

 

Just a reminder that school closings are only official when announced by the Lincoln County School District Facebook page, District Website, School Messenger, or our local news/radio station.

art Student Art Around Town

Have you noticed any new artwork in some of your favorite shops around Stanford?  It may be student artwork!  Seventh graders from Mrs. Gibson's second nine weeks art classes submitted paintings to some local businesses for display.  The subject of each piece of art was a focus on the theme of the business where it would be displayed and to strategically utilize the elements of art and principles of design to best suit the location--from inspirational quotes to ice cream cones!
 

So, the next time you stop by Morgan's on Main, Stanford Elementary, The Rabbit Hole, the Public Library, or Four Generations, you may see work on display from our middle schoolers!   We encourage you to stop by these locations, not just for your regular shopping and buisness, but also to support the work of our students.

Youth Service Center Student Survey
T61 Interscholastic Athletics Student Survey

T61 Interscholastic Athletics Student Survey.

https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/2018lincolncountyt61

Lincoln County Schools Canceled No School ~ Thursday, January 18 and Friday, January 19

Due to inclement weather and the safety of our staff and students, Lincoln County Schools will be closed on Thursday, January 18 and Friday, January 19, 2018. Both days will be non-NTI (Patriot Day) school cancellation days. Students do not need to complete Patriot Day work. We hope this will assist in giving students the opportunity to get caught up on their NTI Patriot Day work if needed and allow for an instructional day to be made up.

Stay safe and warm!

Phone Service has been restored at the Lincoln County Student Support Center

Announcement... The phone lines have been down at the Lincoln County Student Support Center for over 24 hours now. We apologize for any inconvenience .

Activities Canceled

All activities for Tues., Jan. 16th at LCMS have been canceled including SBDM meeting.  SBDM will be next Tues. Jan. 23rd @ 4:30pm.  Everyone stay safe and warm!

NO SCHOOL Patriot Day #6 NO SCHOOL ~ WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 17, 2018 - 6TH PATRIOT DAY

Lincoln County Public Schools will be closed on Wednesday, January 17, 2018. This day will be the sixth Patriot Day (NTI Day) for students.

 

Please have students complete their work for Patriot Day #6. Your child's teacher will be available to assist if needed. Please refer to the information that came home with your child's Patriot Day packets and the information included here - Non-Traditional Instruction (NTI) Program Information

 

Just a reminder that school closings are only official when announced by the Lincoln County School District Facebook page, the Lincoln County Public Schools district website, School Messenger call, or local news/radio stations. 

PatDay_5 No School NO SCHOOL ~ TUESDAY, JANUARY 16, 2018 - 5TH PATRIOT DAY

Lincoln County Public Schools are closed, Tuesday, January 16, 2018. This will be the fifth Patriot Day (NTI Day) for students. Please have your student complete Day 5 of his/her Patriot Day packet today. Stay warm and safe. 

 
Your child's teacher will be available to assist if needed. Please refer to the information that came home with your child's Patriot Day packets and the information included here - Non-Traditional Instruction (NTI) Program Information
 
Just a reminder that school closings are only official when announced by the Lincoln County School District Facebook page, the Lincoln County Public Schools district website, School Messenger call, or local news/radio stations. 
Lincoln County Closed 1-12-18 NO SCHOOL ~ FRIDAY, JANUARY 12, 2018 - 4TH PATRIOT DAY

Due to severe inclement weather forecasted for Friday, January 12th, the Lincoln County School District has canceled school for the safety of our staff and students. 

Lincoln County Schools will be closed on Friday, January 12, 2018.

 

This day will be NTI Patriot Day #4.  Please have students complete their work for NTI Patriot Day #4.  Stay warm and safe. 

 

Your child's teacher will be available to assist today if needed. Please refer to the information that came home with your child's Patriot Day packets and the information included here - Non-Traditional Instruction (NTI) Program Information
 
NO SCHOOL ~ Monday, JANUARY 8, 2018 - 3rd PATRIOT DAY

Lincoln County Public Schools are closed, Monday, January 8, 2018. This will be the third Patriot Day (NTI Day) for students. Please have your student complete Day 3 of his/her Patriot Day packet today. Stay warm and safe. 

 
Your child's teacher will be available to assist today if needed. Please refer to the information that came home with your child's Patriot Day packets and the information included here - Non-Traditional Instruction (NTI) Program Information
No School ~ Friday, January 5, 2018 - 2nd Patriot Day

Lincoln County Public Schools are closed, Friday, January 5, 2018. This will be the second Patriot Day (NTI Day) for students. Please have your student complete Day 2 of their Patriot Day packet today. Stay warm and safe. 

Your child's teacher will be available to assist today if needed. Please refer to the information that came home with your child's Patriot Day packets and the information included here - Non-Traditional Instruction (NTI) Program Information

KYTeacher_ElfJr LCMS Musical Featured in Kentucky Teacher

The fall muscial production of Elf, Jr. was featured in the Kentucky Teacher.  See the article and photos  from the show here:   http://www.kentuckyteacher.org/features/ photos/2017/12/a-professional-middle-school-musical/.

LIVE Program Hold

How to place a hold:

A program’s implementation requires intentional planning, oversight and revision utilizing the continuous improvement process. At this time, Superintendent, Mr. Rowe has placed a hold on the addition of new students into the LIVE Program. Mr. Rowe has asked both Jackie Risden-Smith, Chief Academic Officer, and Darren Yaden, Chief Operations Officer, to take over the program at this time. We will be prepared to add additional students in January.

No School ~ 1st Patriot Day (NTI Day)

Lincoln County Public Schools are closed, today Thursday, January 4, 2018. This will be the first Patriot Day (NTI Day) for students. Please have your student complete Day 1 of their Patriot Day packet today. Stay warm and safe. 

Your child's teacher will be available to assist today if needed. Please refer to the information that came home with your child's Patriot Day packets and the information included here - Non-Traditional Instruction (NTI) Program Information

happy new year Happy New Year!

HAPPY NEW YEAR! 

Students' first day back is January 3.

ChristmasBells Christmas Break

We'd like to wish everyone a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!  May you have a wonderful holiday season!  For those celebrating Kwanzaa, may you be guided by the Nguzo Saba into the new year!

 

Keep in mind that the first day back to school for students is Wednesday, January 3!

all-statechoir All-State Chorus Winners

Congratulations to Holden Stamper and Gentry Osbourn for making the 2017 Kentucky American Choral Directors Association All-State Honors Choir.  Holden, an eighth grader, performed as a bass while Gentry, a seventh grader, performed as an alto.  These students joined other elite and talented vocalists from across the state in performing a challenging repertoire in Lexington on November 2-4.  LCMS is proud of the work of these students!

i-Ready i-Ready Round 2

It's time again for our i-Ready interim diagnostic test!  Students will be testing one day in the upcoming two weeks before Christmas break starting Dec. 5. 

 

The i-Ready testing system helps teachers and staff monitor student academic achievement, progress, and growth to help determine if students are on track for proficiency.  The i-Ready will also be used to monitor the progress of students receiving interventions through the Response to Intervention (RTI) program.  As part of its instructional component, i-Ready also provides students with lessons to help them to improve.  These lessons can be completed anywhere students have an Internet connection, allowing them to practice even at home.

canneddrive BETA Club - Food Drive

LCMS Beta Club will be sponsoring a canned food drive from now until Christmas break.  We are asking for donations of non-perishable items to be brought in by our students to support our local Fort Logan Cooperative Ministries.  The drop off spots are as follows:

 

6th Grade - Mrs. Baker
7th Grade - Ms. Francis
8th Grade - Mrs. Board

 

We appreciate the help from our community in providing for  our families in need.

bandconcert Band Concert

On Friday, December 15, band students will be performing in a Christmas concert at the Stuart Underwood Auditorium at Lincoln County High School.  The performance will begin at 6:30 P.M. and will also include performances by the high school band.  We invite families and friends to join us in this event. 

elfjr Tickets on Sale - Elf, Jr.

Lincoln County Middle School is proud to present Elf, Jr. as its fall 2017 musical production based on the popular holiday film.  Come see Christmas through the eyes of Buddy who goes on a quest to find his true identity.  Is he really one of Santa's elves or a lost human far from home?  Find the answers in this holiday classic....

 

...and remember,  "The best way to  way to spread Christmas Cheer, is singing loud for all to hear."  - Buddy

 

Tickets are on sale now for two performances:  Saturday, December 9 (7 PM) and Sundy, December 10 (2 PM), $5 for students and $10 for adults.  Please contact the middle school at 606-365-8400 to reserve your tickets or you can purchase tickets from the box office on site at the show.  The musical is under the direction of Carlee Cornett and Megan Ralson.

Lions Club Peace Poster Winners

Three LCMS students have been named Lions Club Peace Poster winners:  Joe Booze (1st Place), Lorena Mina (2nd Place), and Tanner Perry (3rd Place).  The contest, sponsored by the Lions Club, was for students to create posters to represent peace.  The students submitted their work through opportunities in their art class with Mrs. Allison Gibson. 

 

The winners were recognized at a reception sponsored by the Stanford Lions Club on Monday, November 6.  There the students received their awards.  Nice work Eagles!

 

Peace Poster Winners
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patday NTI Days - Patriot Days

Lincoln County Schools has been granted state permission again to offer "Non-Traditional Instruction" (NTI) days during the 2017-18 school year.  These are what we call Patriot Days.  This plan will allow meaningful learning to take place when conditions prevent school from being in session. A Patriot Day will count as an instructional day, and if approved by the Kentucky Department of Education (KDE), will not have to be made up at the end of the school year.

What is a Non-Traditioanl Instruction Day?
A non-traditional instruction day, or Patriot Day, is a day disignated by the school district when students do not report to school due to emergency or weather conditions, but they continue their learning at home.  Learning will take place using lessons designed by teachers that utilize technology or conventional paper packets.  The lessons focus on previously introduced content in order to enhance, remediate, or enrich student skills.  All materials will be provided by your child’s teacher(s), and students are expected to return completed assignments to their teacher upon their return to school.  Students who have difficulty completing the work on the actual Patriot Day will have up to one week from the actual Patriot Day to turn it in. Please note, not every school cancellation day will be a Patriot Day.  The School Messenger call will clearly indicate what type of cancellation day it will be.  Patriot Day packets for days 1-5 are scheduled to go home on Friday, Dec. 1.

Lincoln County Schools Strategic Planning Steering Committee First Meeting

The Lincoln County Schools Strategic Planning Steering Committee will have their first meeting this evening from 4:30 – 6:00 in the Board Room of the Student Support Center. Under the direction and leadership of Superintendent, Mr. Michael Rowe, the Lincoln County School District has started the implementation of a strategic planning process to revise the district’s vision, mission, and beliefs, and develop new school district goals and action plans.

Thanksgiving Thanksgiving Break

Monday, Nov. 20, is a flexible professional learning day for faculty and staff of Lincoln County Schools.  There is no school for students.  School is out the rest of the week for Thanksgiving Break, and students and faculty return on Monday, Nov. 27, for regularly scheduled classes.  We wish everyone a very happy Thanksgiving Break! 

grades Midterm Ends

Midterms are scheduled to go home Friday, November 17.  Parents can use midterms to check grades and determine progress towards meeting performance expectations.  You can also check for midterms in Infinite Campus by clicking the orange link at the left for those with Infinite Campus Portal accounts.

DAR_logo DAR Contest Winners

Congratulations to the following students on winning the school level DAR contest for their work with the World War I theme: Service From the Home Front.  Their work was selected in a blind judging session by a committee of evaluators.  There were many well-written essays competing for the top five spots, but the committee could only select five.

Essay winners (in no particular order of ranking)
Tinsley Bastin
Rachel Duggins
Carson Jenkins
Anna Story
Bailey Story

Poem winners (in no particular order of ranking)
Abbie Cook
Marley Ranck
Zach Young

Poster winner
Fletcher Bowers

Stamp winners (in particular order of ranking)
Elexis Durham
Eric Edwards
Pasha Mullins
Arzoo Patel

We wish them well as their work moves on to the regional level competition.

Veterans Day Veteran's Day Ceremony

On Thursday, Nov. 9, LCMS students and staff will be honoring our veterans at the annual Veterans Day Ceremony.  The event begins Thursday morning at 8:30 and will showcase local veterans, students, and staff who will lead our school through various patriotic activites at the flag pole.


LCMS staff and students would like to thank our veterans for their invaluable service to our nation and to us.

Calendar Survey 2018-19 2018-2019 School Calendar Survey

The District Calendar Committee, after seeking feedback from district employees, parents, and community members, shall recommend school calendar options to the Superintendent for presentation to the Board. The committee’s recommendations shall comply with state laws and regulations and consider the economic impact of the school calendar on the community and the state

We are asking for your feedback on the following 2018-2019 School Calendar Survey for the District Calendar Committee to consider while developing the new calendar. The survey will be open until Nov. 8, 2017. Please click the survey link above to complete the survey. We appreciate you taking the time to complete the survey and all feedback will be considered. 

cookie_dough Cookie Dough Pick-Up

Cookie dough from the fundraiser is scheduled to be delivered Nov. 7.  Small orders (one or two boxes) can be sent home on the bus.  Purchasers with large orders can pick up their deliveries from the cafeteria in the 7th-8th grade building after school until 7:00 P.M.  We thank you for your support in helping raise funds for our students and our school!

reminder - postit Reminder - School is in Session Nov. 7

This is a reminder that school is in session on Tuesday, Nov. 7.

No School~Monday, November 6, 2017

Just a friendly reminder that Monday is a scheduled staff work day in the Lincoln County School District. Students will not be attending school, Monday, November 6, 2017.

We look forward to having our amazing students back with us on Tuesday!!! #TEAMLincoln

reminder Staff Work Day - No School Nov. 6

This is a reminder that there is no school for students on Monday, November 6.  It is scheduled as a staff work day.

bandconcert Band Concert

You are invited to our middle school band concert on Thursday, November 2.  The performance will begin at 6:30 P.M. at the Stuart Underwood Auditorium at Lincoln County High School.  Selections from sixth grade band and a combined seventh and eighth grade band will be performed.  We would love to see you there!

District 11 Kentucky Music Educators Association Middle School Teacher of the Year

Carlee CornettCongratulations to Mrs. Carlee Cornett for being named the 2017-2018 District 11 Kentucky Music Educators Association Middle School Teacher of the Year!!! District 11 encompasses over thirteen surrounding counties and through her many accolades, experiences, and continuous devotion to students it is obvious as to why Mrs. Cornett was chosen as the recipient of this prestigious award! Congratulations Mrs. Carlee Cornett!!
#TEAMLincoln

2017 Kentucky Council for the Social Studies Teacher of the Year
Rachael YadenCongratulations to Mrs. Rachael Yaden for being named the 2017 Kentucky Council for the Social Studies Teacher of the Year!!! Ryan New, President of KCSS stated "After examining your practices and contributions, the impact you've had on students and colleagues through the social studies is greatly appreciated". In addition to presenting at their upcoming conference, Mrs. Yaden will be honored during an award ceremony luncheon. Congratulations Mrs. Rachael Yaden on this outstanding accomplishment!
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Lincoln County Schools Win High Attendance Day in Region 16

Congratulations goes out to Lincoln County Middle School for winning Region 16 High Attendance Day in the Large Middle School category with 97.12% attendance! Another congratulations goes out to Lincoln County High School for winning Region 16 High Attendance Day in the Large High School category with 94.51% attendance! Keep up the good work LCMS and LCHS students!

 #TEAMLincoln

You Are Invited - Mystery Dinner Theater

LCMS’s Advanced 8th Grade Drama Class & Kidz Catering Co.
PROUDLY PRESENT

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Tickets:  $20 (Includes 3-course Italian Meal and an Entertaining Show!)

Thursday, October 26, 2017 6:00 P.M., LCMS Cafeteria

Space is limited, so contact Megan Ralston or Carlee Cornett @606-365-8400 for ticket information! 

Deadline for ordering tickets is Thursday, October 19 at 11:00 A.M. 

**Please note, this event is for 6th grade and up only, please!

Special thanks goes to PBK Bank for helping to sponsor this event!

grades End of Term - Report Cards

The first grading period ends Friday October 6.  Report cards have been scheduled to go home Friday, October 20.  Parents with Portal accounts can also check grades online (see the orange link at the left). 

WWI ELA - DAR Events

As part of their unit on narrative writing, eighth graders have been studying World War I.  One hundred years ago - 1917 - marks the year that the U.S. entered World War One, also called the Great War or the War to End All Wars.  Over the past few weeks, students have been guided in a short research project comprised of various events - including guest speaker David Bettez from the University of Kentucky and projects for the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR).  These events will conclude with a writing piece for the unit.
 

Student work from the unit will be on display at the public library in Stanford from October 17 - 24.  We invite the community to join us in showcasing the student work on opening night, October 17, where we will have a reception from 6-7:45 P.M.  Students from Mrs. Hill's classes will be catering the event with cookies and drinks.  Work from the projects will also be entered into the DAR contests as part of their themed event:  WWI - Service from the Home Front. 

Elf_jr Elf, Jr. Cast Announced

On September 13, the cast for this fall's musical was announced.  Click here for a list of members.  We look forward to seeing all of these students in their production of Elf, Jr. in December!

Retakes Picture Retakes

Any student who was absent for school picture day can still get their pictures taken and into the yearbook on picture make-up day, Wednesday, October 18.  Students who were not absent but who want to re-take their pictures for other reasons (eyes closed, etc.), will need to bring in a parent note to Mrs. Faulkner. 

shirt design Lincoln Shirts for Sale

The cast of Elf the Musical Jr. are selling t-shirts as a fundraiser for costumes.  The shirts are designed by our very own Megan Ralston.  Orders are due by October 16.  Shirts are $15 for sizes youth small to adult XL, while larger shirts are $18.

Fall_Break Fall Break

No School October 9-15 - Fall Break

AttendanceMatters LCMS - A High Attendance Day Regional Winner

September 20 was high attendance day in Kentucky, and Lincoln County Middle School was named a regional winner for large middle schools!  Congratulations parents, students, and staff for making school attendance a priority.  For learning to occur students need to be present, so we thank our families and community for helping our students to increase their potential to learn!

Parent Survey Family Resource & Youth Service Center Needs Assessment Surveys

Please help support our Family Resource and Youth Service Centers in Lincoln County by completing the appropriate survey(s) below. These surveys are used to support and provide services for all students in Lincoln County Schools. If your child is in Preschool - Elementary School you will need to complete the Family Resource Parent Survey. If your child is in Middle or High School, please complete the Youth Service Center Parent Survey. If you have a child at the elementary and middle or high levels please complete both surveys provided below.  Your feedback is very important to us and very much appreciated. Thank you for taking time to complete the survey and supporting our students.

Family Resource Center Parent Survey (Preschool & Elementary)

Youth Service Center Parent Survey  (Middle & High)

Congratulations to the Lincoln County Early Childhood Program!!

      Preschool-Headstart Teachers

     All six Preschool/Head Start sites, including Crab Orchard, Fort Logan, Highland, Hustonville, McKinney and Waynesburg have earned a 5 Star Rating based on the Kentucky All STARS Tiered Quality Rating and Improvement System. A 5 Star Rating is the highest rating possible to be earned. The All STARS system is certified by the Kentucky Cabinet for Health and Family Services, Department for Community Based Services, Division of Child Care and the Kentucky Department of Education.

     Kentucky All STARS is Kentucky's expanded five-star quality rating and improvement system for early care and education programs. Studies show that children who attend high quality early learning environments have better math, language and social skills. The unified system serves all early care and education programs that receive public funding including child care centers, Head Start and public preschool. Kentucky All STARS is based on Kentucky's Early Childhood Standards and research-based indicators of quality. It recognizes programs that have made a commitment to continuous quality improvement. On the path toward higher quality, programs can benefit from supports including training, technical assistance and coaching.

      On the expanded five-star scale, STARS level one is obtained by meeting regulatory requirements. STARS level two is obtained by completing a set of required domains and standards. STARS levels three through five features a range of points programs must meet in order to meet to move up on the rating scale. While there are required domains for these three STARS levels, programs can choose from a menu of standards to fulfill the requirements.

WashingtonDC Update on Washington, DC

Ms. Francis and Mrs. Baker are planning this year's trip with destination Washington, DC!  The trip is open to BETA Club students in grades 6-8 on a first come, first served basis.  Right now all spots are filled but there is a waiting list. 

Planned stops include Monticello, Mt. Vernon, the Smithsonian, dinner/dance cruise on the Potomic River, Arlington National Cemetery, and the FDR, MLK, Jefferson, Lincoln, Korean, Vietnam, WWII, and Marine memorials.  The first deposit is due October 1.  Information has been shared with students, and parents with questions can contact Ms. Francis or Mrs. Baker.

reminder Staff Work Day - No School

This is a reminder that there is no school for students on Monday, September 25.  It is scheduled as a staff work day.

DC_collage Washington, DC Trip

Ms. Francis and Mrs. Baker are planning this year's trip with destination Washington, DC!  The trip is open to BETA Club students in grades 6-8 on a first come, first served basis.  Planned stops include Monticello, Mt. Vernon, the Smithsonian, dinner/dance cruise on the Potomic River, Arlington National Cemetery, and the FDR, MLK, Jefferson, Lincoln, Korean, Vietnam, WWII, and Marine memorials.  The first deposit is due October 1.  Information has been shared with students, and parents with questions can contact Ms. Francis or Mrs. Baker.

attendancematters High Attendance Day

Wednesday, September 20, is High Attendance Day in Kentucky!  Schools across the state will compete to see who has the highest attendance.  The school in each category with the highest percentage of attendance for that day will be rewarded.
 

Many students do not think about the importance of attendance and the impact it has on their school performance.  But with the emphasis on career readiness, great attendance is being even more important for students and schools.  Learning occurs when students are in school, so attendance is the key to improved academic achievement.

midterm Midterm Ends

Midterms are scheduled to go home Friday, September 15.  Parents can use midterms to check grades and determine progress towards meeting performance expectations.  You can also check for midterms in Infinite Campus by clicking the orange link at the left for those with Infinite Campus Portal accounts.

New Administrative Team at LCMS

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There is much change underway at Lincoln County Middle School--not the least of which is the new administrative team.  Mr. Billy, Harris, Mr. Jason Bryant, and Mr. David Ledford all begin this year with previous experience at LCMS but are serving for the first time together as school leaders of the Eagles.  We would like to welcome them all as we continue forward into the 2017-18 school year.
 

Click the Read More link to learn more about our principals.

school_pictures School Picture Day

Wednesday, September 13, is School Picture Day!  Be ready to smile for the camera.  Pictures taken on school picture day will be used for the school yearbook and for Infinite Campus. Deadline for ordering pictures will be shared when proofs are ready.

cheer_silhouette LCHS Youth Cheer Clinic

The Lincoln County High School cheerleaders are hosting their annual Youth Cheer Clinic on September 9 (Registration 9-9:25, Clinic 9:30 A.M. - 1:00 P.M.).  Youth of all ages are encouraged to attend.  Lunch will be provided.  Click here to access the registration form with information about the clinic.  Contact Coach Amy Bastin with any questions.

hatday Hat Day!

Because of their great progress in displaying expected behaviors with the new PBIS structures, students are being rewarded with a hat day on Friday, September 8.

KonaIce Kona Ice

Kona Ice will be coming to LCMS on Friday, September 8.  Students can purchase the snow cones during their scheduled window.  A portion of the money raised will be used for student events and resources.

IC_portal IC Parent Portal Training

Infinite Campus Portal is a parent's link to their child's online school records--from schedules to grades.  Trainings are offered each semester for obtaining access to IC Portal.  For fall 2017, training is offered Thursday, August 31, and Thursday, September 7 (5:30-6:30 P.M.).  Photo ID is required.  For information on setting up an IC Portal account, click the "Read More" link below.

LCMS Fall Musical!

Elf

This year the LCMS Performing Arts will be adding a FALL MUSICAL!  We will be performing Elf the Musical Jr. in December of 2017. 

AUDITION DATES

Auditions will be held on Tuesday, September 5 and Thursday, September 7 after school in the LCMS music room until 4:30 pm.  You must have a parent to pick you up by 4:30 pm.

 

DisasterRelief BETA Club Sponsoring Hurricane Disaster Relief Effort

The LCMS BETA Club along with Student Council will be sponsoring a Hurricane Harvey supply drive.  Right now, they are collecting baby diapers, formula, wipes, and pet food.  The items can be sent with students or dropped off at the McGuffey building with Mrs. Baker, one of our BETA Club sponsors.  These items will be accepted through Friday, September 1.  A team from the Stanford area will be leaving with the supplies on Monday for delivery to those in need.  Thank you for your support.

i-Ready_group i-Ready is Here!

On Tuesday, August 22, LCMS students begin their i-Ready testing for the 2017-18 school year.  i-Ready allows students, teachers, and parents to determine student achievement levels, conduct individualized lessons for each student, and check on the students' academic growth and progress.  Test results are also used to place students into courses, so it is critical that students do their best work.

 

Students take the i-Ready diagnostic test three times each year (Fall, Winter, and Spring).  However, some students will be engaged in progress monitoring every other week to better assist them in improving their skills. 

 

We are excited to be using this assessment system, and we look forward to seeing the results of our students' diligent work.  We thank parents for their on-going support in helping our students continuously improve.

Grand Champion State Fair Winner

LCMSLincoln County Schools would like to congratulate Laurissa Jarman, Kerynna Jarman, and Eli Pleasants on completing the 4-H Country Ham Project. Laurissa earned second place overall in her age division for combined ham and speech scores. Kerynna received a blue ribbon for her ham. Eli brought home the overall GRAND CHAMPION country ham award as the best of all 715 hams submitted! Eli’s ham will be displayed in Cloverville until the end of the State Fair!

To participate in this project, youth cured two hams over the course of 8 months. In addition to curing their own hams, they completed six hours of training and gave a speech about their ham at the Kentucky State Fair. Hams are judged on aroma, lean to fat ratio, and appearance.



If youth would like to participate in the 2018 4-H Country Ham Project, please contact 4-H Agent Courtney Brock at the Lincoln County Extension Office at 606-365-2447.

Way to go Eli, Laurissa, and Kerynna!

#TEAMLincoln

Photo: Eli Pleasants with his GRAND CHAMPION ribbon at the Kentucky State Fair

bandinstruments Band Instrument Rental Night - 6th Grade

Sixth grade band instrument rental night will be August 30 from 4:00-6:00 P.M. in the McGuffey building cafeteria.   Hurst Music out of Lexington will be sponsoring the rentals.  For more information, please contact Jacob Harmon, LCMS band director, at 365-8400 or jacob.harmon@lincoln.kyschools.us.

School Day Extended To Coincide With The Solar Eclipse

             In follow-up to the announcement regarding the Lincoln County School District's decision to extend the school day on Monday, August 21, 2017, we want to share some of the final details as we prepare for this very unique learning experience planned for our students.
A few things to know:
     Lincoln County Schools will be extending the instructional day on Monday, August 21st until 4:00 PM to coincide with the solar eclipse. After careful consideration, we are extending the school day to ensure our students have the opportunity to view the eclipse in a safe environment.
     Certified solar eclipse viewing glasses will be provided at no cost for all students and will be distributed the day of the eclipse.
     Students must have parent permission to participate in the eclipse viewing experience at their school. Permission slips will be coming home the week prior to the eclipse with your child. An alternative viewing option on media within the school will be provided as needed.
      We understand that some parents/guardians may want to request an absence for their child on this day so that their child can participate in an educational activity related to the eclipse outside of the school. Parents/guardians wishing to make this request may fill out an Educational Enhancement Opportunity Request Form and submit to their child's principal at least five (5) days prior to the absence. If you submit an Education Enhancement Opportunity Request Form and it is approved, the absence will be marked exempt for that day. The form may be accessed at the following link:

Educational Enhancement Opportunity Requst Form

August 21st School Day Extended One (1) Hour

Eclipse

Lincoln County Schools will be extending the instructional day on Monday August 21st to coincide with the solar eclipse.

 

The duration of the eclipse for Lincoln County is from 1:02pm-3:55pm. The instructional day for Monday August 21st will extend to 4:00pm for all schools. Since prolonged viewing of a solar eclipse with the unaided eye could cause serious eye injuries, our goal is to ensure students are not on school buses during the eclipse.

 

The eclipse peak will be at 2:30pm when the moon obscures 96.5% of the sun.

 

As normal, buses will leave from the middle school first. Students will arrive home roughly one (1) hour later than normal.

Please sign permission slip and have your child return it to school on Monday if you haven't already done so. You may also click the following link to download permission slip now Solar Eclipse Permission Slip

No School - TODAY - Friday, August 18th

Lincoln County Schools have been cancelled today, Friday, August 18, 2017 due to continued rising waters in some areas of the county. 

 

WelcomeBack Welcome Back
yearbooks Yearbooks on Sale!

Yearbooks are in and on sale for $25.  Students who wish to make a purchase can see Mrs. Hoover.  She is delivering purchased books and selling extras during 7th grade orientation nights as well.

Cover17-18 Student Handbook 2017-18

The 2017-18 handbook contains the some of the same rules and practices as the previous school year, but it also brings new ones for all three grade levels.  Students and parents should review the handbook for reminders about what is not allowed at school as well as all updates for the 2017-18 school year.  Access the student handbook for more information about dress code, behavior policies, and attendance.

Schedule2017-18 LCMS Daily Schedule 2017-18

A general school bell schedule has been determined for the 2017-18 school year.  Click here to access a copy of the schedule.

Supplies_3 School Supply Lists

There are only a few weeks left of summer break and school supplies are already back on the shelves!  For a list of supplies for LCMS students in the 2017-18 school year, see the lists below.

 

6th grade
7th grade
8th grade

Parent-Student Preparing for Back to School

Getting back into the school groove can be a trying experience.  Getting up early, going to bed early, doing homework, scheduling doctor appointments, and seeing that price tag on school supplies can take some adjustment after the more leisurely pace of summer.  Check out these articles that may help jump-start your prep for back to school.

PBS Parents News
Parent Info:  News from the Kentucky Department of Education

Welcome Back to School Orientation Schedule 2017-2018

OrientationHope everyone has had a wonderful summer and is excited to begin another school year!! The First Day of school for students begins on August 10th!!

We have several orientation nights scheduled throughout the district. Please plan to atttend your school's orientation to become more acquainted with your school, teachers, and staff. We are all looking forward to an amazing 2017-2018 school year!

 

Orientation

Student_classroom New School Year Begins

The 2017-2018 school year is set to begin Thursday, August 10, 2017 for students.  We look forward to working with you!

Start_School 6th and 7th Grade Orientation Days

We at Lincoln County Middle School hope that you have had a relaxing, safe vacation so far this summer.  The new school year will be starting back soon, however, and we are welcoming our sixth and seventh grade students and their parents with orientation and transition day meetings.

 

This year we will be hosting different orientation days.  The following dates are set for the indicated teams: 

 

• Raptors Team (7th Grade) -- Monday, July 31, 5:30-7 P.M.

• Falcons Team (7th Grade) -- Tuesday, August 1, 5:30-7 P.M.

ALL sixth graders (Swoopers and Predators) -- Thursday, August 3, 12:30-5:30 P.M. (Transition Day for Students), 5:30-6:30 P.M. (Open House for Parents)

Upon arrival for 7th grade sessions, students and parents should report to the gym where they will meet with the principals and staff.  Students will get to visit with teachers, walk through their schedules, tour the building, and hear about some changes for the upcoming school year. 

 

Letters have been mailed letting parents know which team their child is on and which session they should attend.

 

We look forward to seeing our new students and their parents!

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