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The mission of Lincoln County Public Schools is to empower every student with the knowledge, skills and attributes necessary to become college/career and citizenship ready by providing high quality education and enriching opportunities in every classroom every day.

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institute for multi-sensory educationTeachers at work this summer while the kids are off! Lincoln County School District teachers are spending a week in the student’s seats learning a structured, sequential, multi-sensory approach to teach reading as part of their core classroom instruction to all students! The Orton-Gillingham approach incorporates the three learning pathways: auditory, kinesthetic, and visual, to allow reading instruction highly effective in teaching all students how to read, including students with risk factors for dyslexia. This in district training is being made available to all 1st grade teachers district-wide and additional teachers from every elementary school. The long-term vision is to offer this 30 hour IMSE certification training every summer until all K-3 teachers in Lincoln County are trained in the Orton-Gillingham approach. More information about the Orton-GIllingham approach can be found on their website… https://www.orton-gillingham.com/training/professional-development/

Mr. Kyle French Welcome New Lincoln County High School Assistant Principal

Patriots join me in welcoming the newest member of the LCHS Administrative Team, Kyle French, as the new Assistant Principal.  Kyle is originally from a small town in central Vermont.  He came to Kentucky for his undergraduate studies at Berea College and earned his Bachelor of Arts degree in History and Secondary Education with a specialization in Asian Studies.  He began his teaching career at a small private school in New Hampshire, but returned to Kentucky in 2005 to begin teaching at Pulaski County High School.  

Mr. French taught at PCHS for 12 years, where he taught mostly US History and AP US History (in that role he served as a Reader for the AP US History test for 3 years) and has been the chair of the Social Studies department for the last 6 years.  While at Pulaski, Mr. French became skilled in curriculum refinement, best instructional practices, and data analysis to inform instruction.

Mr. French earned a Masters of the Arts in Secondary Education at Lindsey Wilson College and completed his studies for the Education Specialist degree in School Leadership at Eastern Kentucky University in 2015.

Mr. French currently lives in Berea, KY with his wife, Dara, two sons Sawyer (4), Attitcus (2), and a baby to be named later.

Mr. French is extremely excited and happy to be joining the Patriot family and continuing the high achievement tradition currently at Lincoln County High School.

Welcome to LCHS Mr. French!  We are excited to have you join our team!!

Lincoln County Summer Food logo Lincoln County Summer Food Service Program

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:

Please Click "Read More" for Locations and Times.

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Mission Statement
The mission of Lincoln County Public Schools is to empower every student with the knowledge, skills and attributes necessary to become college/career and citizenship ready by providing high quality education and enriching opportunities in every classroom every day.

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