English I, Algebra I, Health, and PE are just some of the courses freshmen are expected to take, and 8th graders have already begun the processes for preparing for entering high school, including pre-scheduling meetings with Mrs. Lewis, the middle school counselor and attending the CTE, or Career and Technical Education, Day.
On Monday, March 6, 8th graders will continue the process to set up their schedules for their freshman year at Lincoln County High School. High school counselors and teachers, will meet with students to discuss expectations at the high school, describe courses and grading, explain the different types of diplomas and graduation requirements, and answer questions that students may have about scheduling. Students will receive their scheduling materials and instructions on how to begin requesting courses to take for their freshman year.
After meeting the high school counselors and teachers, the scheduling process will continue on Wednesday night, March 8 at 4:00-6:00 P.M., when parents are invited to work with students and staff to set up course requests in Infinite Campus. Counselors will use the information from the course selection sheets students received at their meetings with students on Monday, March 6 in setting up students' schedules for the upcoming school year.
If parents have questions, they may contact Krystal Lewis, the middle school counselor or the high school counselors, Tracy Griffin or Jeannie Cooper.
Items to Consider--Questions to ask yourself in preparation for requesting courses