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This year twenty-four Lincoln students attended camp at the KY Leadership Training Center (KYLTC) in Hardinsburg, Kentucky.  Students took part in leadership classes and sessions, along with chapter competitions including water basketball and the FFA quiz contests.  This year chapter president, Reed Campbell, was selected as Camp Council president and helped to lead members throughout the week.  The chapter water basketball team made up of Reed Campbell, Drake Caldwell, Jacob Napier, Jacob Luster, Zach Hazlett, and Zane Rousey won the camp championship.  Melaisha Washington competed in the individual FFA quiz contest, and placed in the top five, furthermore she was given a top ten percent camper award. Reed Campbell exhibited exemplary leadership, being named in the top three percent of camp attendees.






Lincoln County High School FFA Jr. Dairy Team ~ 1st Place at State Fair

FFA Jr. Dairy  State Winners
LCHS FFA Jr. dairy team placed 1st at the state fair! These students practiced all summer, visiting the local Lincoln county community dairies, competed at  EKU field day, and reaped the rewards of hard work, taking home the first place title! Congratulations!!!








Left to right Melaisha Washington, Whitney Hatter, Judea Correll, and Noah Malone

Taylor Wesley Graduates From The Center for Rural Developmentā€™s 2017 Rogers Scholars Program

Roger Scholar

     Taylor Wesley of Lincoln County High School graduated this summer from The Center for Rural Development’s 2017 Rogers Scholars program.
     Rogers Scholars is an intensive one-week summer leadership program that provides valuable leadership skills and exclusive college scholarship opportunities for high school students in Southern and Eastern Kentucky to seize their full potential as the region’s next generation of business and entrepreneurial leaders.
      “The Rogers Scholars program took me out of my comfort zone and allowed me to make new friends,” said Wesley, a student at Lincoln County High School. “It truly was an experience of a lifetime.

Donita Brock Selected to KY Biology EOC Assessment Development Team

Donita BrockCongratulations to Donita Brock for being selected to represent our region as a member of the Kentucky Biology End of Course Assessment Development Team! Mrs. Brock was selected out of a pool of 111 applicants to engage in this important work to design and create summative assessment clusters that will be used to build the Biology EOC Field Test that will be administered in the spring of 2018. Great work Donita!

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