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Listening to guest speaker Learning the process of making flour. Preschool Christmas Performance 5th graders at Forkland Field Trip 5th graders learning how they use to previously do work. Our students who met the AR goals for second nine weeks. K-Prep Distinguished/Proficient Fall Festival 2016 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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LincolnReads20 Kickoff

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We are so excited to share a new districtwide initiative to encourage students and families to Read 20 minutes per night. .

Students are encouraged to read 20 minutes per night at home and they will complete a log of their reading time.  Completed logs will be returned to their teacher and will allow students to be eligible for a variety of prizes at their schools. 

We are kicking off this district reading initiative and would like your help in spreading the word and encouraging students to read.  

Look for  our yard signs around the community along with posters of educators reading at your school.  Information will also be shared with and discussed at the local radio station during our twice monthly Lincoln County District Updates.

Many celebrations have been planned and will be occurring at the elementary schools across the district.

Thank you in advance for helping our students on their path to becoming life-long readers!  

Reading with children for 20 minutes per day exposes them to 1.8 million words a year!


Gifted and Talented



Gifted and talented students from across the district recently visited McKinney Elementary to participate in a science academy.  Students learned about the internal and external structures of sharks that function to support survival, growth, behavior, and reproduction.  Groups of students dissected pregnant dogfish sharks to learn about the external and internal structures. Students also participated in an engineering activity that involved students utilizing and improving their skills of design, development, and construction of an egg drop apparatus.  During the activity, students developed ideas, created blueprints, completed construction, and tested their designs.

Dates to Remember

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Student of Month


Congrats to our December Students of the Month.
Kindergarten- Cayleb King. First Grade- Davis Ashcraft. Second Grade- Carlos Hernandez-Suarez. Third Grade- Peighton Adkins. Fourth Grade-Mattilyn Brown. Fifth Grade- Carter Neal.
Way to go!!!

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