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Our students who met the AR goals for second nine weeks. First Grade Polar Express Day.  Visit from Santa. K-Prep Distinguished/Proficient Fall Festival 2016 Fall Festival Fire Prevention Week Meeting author, Rachel Adams, and getting the books they purchased signed. Listening to author, Rachel Adams, reading them a story. 4 students in hats on derby day Group of Elementary students engaged in school event

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May's Student of the Month


Congratulations to May's Student of the Month.

Preschool- Damarrea Pittman.

Kindergarten- Bailee Luster.

First Grade- Jayden Adams.

Second Grade- Kynnlee League and Layla Turner.

Third Grade- Brayden Brown.

Fourth Grade- Morgan Reynolds.

Fifth Grade-Gavin Coffman.

Way to go!!

GoFund Me for Chromebooks


According to the Appalachian Regional Commission (ARC), our school is located in a distressed county which means it is one of the most economically depressed areas in the nation. Economically, the community ranks in the lowest 10 percent of the nation's counties. Although these barriers are extensive, our school and community work hard to provide opportunities for our students so they can work towards becoming  productive citizens  for the 21st century workforce.

The addition of 40 Chromebooks would allow each of our 3-5 students to have their own device to receive intervention and enrichment opportunities to increase their learning. Each student would be able to access reading and math on-line instruction in an effort to further support and contribute to the core instruction they receive on a daily basis.  The addition of the chromebooks would also provide the opportunity for our students to engage in science and social studies projects, especially in the realm of research.  Furthermore, the chrombooks would aid in the development of technology skills for our students.

The cost of the chromebooks for 40 students is $7200.  This includes the licensing fees and shipping/handling fees.  Our goal is to raise this money by July 31, 2017 in order to begin the new school year with our chromebook initiative in place. 

I hope you will help the students in our rural school to acquire chromebooks to ensure their college and career readiness for the future.  We are very appreciative of your help.

Early Childhood Registration 2017 - 2018

Early Childhood Registration

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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