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Musical Excellence Recognitions!

The Lincoln County Board of Education recognized our Lincoln County choral and band students at the March board meeting. These students have distinguished themselves by being named an “All-State” or "All Regional" performer. 

In addition, for the first time ever, a Lincoln County team made the top 10 in the state talent show. Congratulations!!

Musical Excellence Students 2017

National Merit Finalist National Merit Finalist - Auburn Mattingly

Congratulations to Auburn Mattingly for being named a NATIONAL MERIT FINALIST!! She was presented a certificate of honor and plaque for her academic accomplishments by the Lincoln County Board of Education at the March board meeting.

To be named a National Merit Finalist is a tremendous honor and great accomplishment. This scholarship not only considers academic excellence, but also reviews student activities and leadership skills. 

Congratulations Auburn!! We are so proud of you!!!

Early Childhood Registration 2017 - 2018

Early Childhood Registration

Kentucky Commissioner of Education to Visit Lincoln County KDE logo

“We are excited to announce that Dr. Stephen Pruitt, Commissioner of Education will join us on March 23 for our Operation Preparation event at Lincoln County Middle School. Dr. Pruitt will also visit a science classroom while in town. Welcome Dr. Pruitt!”

Thank you! 20 Years of Service

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The Lincoln County Board of Education recognized employees who have served for 20 years and dedicated the majority of their career to teaching and serving the students of Lincoln County. They are “Lifers” with us, so to speak!  In recognition of their service, they were presented with a Patriot Award, as well as a 20+ pin to honor their dedication and commitment to the students of Lincoln County. Whatever your capacity, it takes everyone working together as a team to keep all of our systems running at peak efficiency. Thank you for your dedication and service to our students and schools!! We are truly honored! Congratulations!!
      As we strive to provide an educational environment that turns the vision of “Every Student, Every Classroom, Every Day—College and Career Ready” into reality, it takes determined and dedicated employees like these to make it happen. 

Thank you again for the love and care you demonstrate every day!

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Valentine's Day Information Happy Valentine's Day

Valentine's Day is Tuesday, February 14. If you are planning to make a delivery to your child's school on this day, please review the information below to prevent any disappointment or confusion. For safety and sensibilty, the following items: GLASS, POTTERY, ANYTHING BREAKABLE, BALLOONS, or LARGE STUFFED ANIMALS are NEVER permitted to be taken home on a school bus.  This is a Kentucky State Transportation Law and connot be ignored on any date. Thank you for your cooperation and understanding.  You may contact your child's school for any additional details.

Congratulations!! McKinney Elementary ~ 100% Attendance

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On February 9, 2017, McKinney Elementary had 100% attendance for BOTH the students and the staff!!!! Congratulations!!!

Students will appear on "Scholastic Ball Report" ~ February 4th Scholastic Ball Report image

Our very own Lincoln County High School 'Scholar Athletes', Logan Godbey and Jenna King, will appear Saturday on 'Scholastic Ball Report". The show will air Saturday at  12:30 pm on CWLexington. Coach, Cassandra McWhorter, will also join the girls in this interview.


Birthday Cutoff for Kindergarten Changed

Kindergarten childrenA change in the birthday eligibility cutoff for Kentucky kindergarteners will take effect in the 2017-18 school year. According to the Kentucky Department of Education, starting next fall, any child who turns 5-years-old on or before August 1 may enroll in full-day kindergarten. The change affects children statewide, according to the Kentucky Department of Education's website, which states, "Beginning with the 2017-18 school year, ...the entry date changes from October 1 to August 1.”
According to the Lincoln County Public School’s early entrance policy, parents may petition the board to allow their child to enter school earlier than permitted under statutory age requirements. Due to the change in the birthday eligibility cutoff, parents may request early-entrance screening if their child will turn 5-years-old between August 2 and October 1, 2017. In order to be accepted for early entry, children must exhibit high levels of academic and social/emotional aptitude on early childhood screeners/assessments.
Those who request early entry will be screened in April and May, and if the student meets the criteria, a recommendation will be made to the board of education by June 30 for the 2017-18 school year. A petition for early entrance testing must be made in writing to the superintendent prior to April 1 of the proposed entry school year. Please contact Bruce Smith, Director of Pupil Personnel, or Angela Cain, Director of Teaching and Learning, for further information. (606-365-2124)

Lincoln County Schools in Session Tuesday, January 10 ~ Plan B

Lincoln County School District will be operating on a Plan B schedule tomorrow, Tuesday, January 10th. There are only a few roads that are still impassable due to the ice and snow. The bus drivers assigned to those roads are contacting any student that is affected. All other routes will run as normal.


No School - Monday, January 9 Icy Roads

There will be no school in Lincoln County, Monday, January 9th. Many of the roads that buses travel are still covered with ice and snow. Stay safe and warm. 

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Lincoln County District & Schools Honored for High Achievements Distinguished District


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Lincoln County District & Schools Honored for High Achievements Distinguished District


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Pam Hart recognized as elite educator by the National Institute for School Leadership (NISL)

Pam HartCongratulations to our Director of Human Resources & Teacher Quality, Pamela K. Hart, for being recognized as one of the first in the nation to receive the National School Leadership Coach credentials from NISL.

LEXINGTON – A group of eight current and former Kentucky school principals are the first educators in the nation to receive the Distinguished Principal and National School Leadership Coach credentials from the National Institute for School Leadership (NISL). This elite group of educators was awarded the advanced credential after a rigorous evaluation that included 150 pilot districts and 1,100 schools across three states. 
Kentucky Commissioner of Education Stephen Pruitt congratulated the two Distinguished Principals and six National School Leadership Coaches at a recognition ceremony held September 15, 2016 in Lexington, KY.  Commissioner Pruitt was joined in celebrating the recipients’ accomplishment by House Education Committee Chair Representative Derrick Graham, Senate Education Committee Vice Chair Senator Max Wise, state education leaders, and Tom Shelton, the Executive Director of Kentucky Association of School Superintendents (KASS).  

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Agatha Manion ~ LCHS French Teacher - Named KY French Teacher of the Year!

American Association of Teachers of French (AATF) Names KY French Teacher of the Year 2016

2016 KFrenh T-O-Y
A huge Congratulations to the new Kentucky French Teacher of the Year:  Aggie Manion of Lincoln County High School!! 

LCMS Teacher, Rachael Yaden, chosen to particpate in McConnell Center’s Teacher Scholars Program

Top social studies teachers accepted to center’s professional development series

Twenty-three Kentucky social studies teachers will participate in the McConnell Center’s Teacher Scholars Program.

Lincoln County Middle School teacher, Rachael Yaden, was among twenty-three Kentucky social studies teachers, grades K-12, that have been accepted to participate in the McConnell Center’s yearlong lecture and seminar series on "Citizenship & Statesmanship." Spring programming will consider the U.S. presidency.

Teachers can earn more than 30 hours of professional development credit through the series and will participate in a summer immersion trip in Summer 2017.

The McConnell Center's annual Teacher Scholars Program (TSP) is a signature professional development opportunity for teachers to work directly with and learn from national experts on American history, government and leadership.


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Note from the Superintendent ~ "Central Office" changes to "Student Support Center"

In an effort to provide a more positive communication platform for all stakeholders, we would like to abolish the negative connotations that the name “Central Office” has for many people.

Starting August 15, 2016, the name “Central Office” will no longer be used in the Lincoln County Schools. Our new name is “Student Support Center”. Districts generally do not see districtwide improvements in teaching and learning without substantial engagement by a Student Support Center in helping all schools build their capacity for improvement. Student Support Centers and the people who work in them are not simply part of the background noise in school improvement. Rather, Student Support Center staff exercise essential leadership, in partnership with school leaders, to build capacity throughout the district for teaching and learning improvements. We are here for the students and our mission is to provide the dedication and support necessary to transform into a district of distinction.

National HOSA Convention

Lincoln County High School student, Miss Kayla Cox, represented the state of Kentucky at the national HOSA convention in Nashville, TN. HOSA is an international student organization recognized by the U.S. Department of Education and the Health Science Education (HSE) Division of ACTE. HOSA's two-fold mission is to promote career opportunities in the health care industry and to enhance the delivery of quality health care to all people. Kayla is the state president of this organization.


Schools recognized as Energy Star Schools

Three of Lincoln County Elementary Schools were awarded the 2015 Energy Star award at the May 12th board meeting. A representative from the Harshaw Trane energy partner presented the schools with an Energy Star plaque in honor of their dedication in leadership in energy efficiency and in the creation of a high performance learning environment for students. The schools that were presented this award were Crab Orchard Elementary, Hustonville Elementary, and Waynesburg Elementary. Congratulations!!

Lincoln County Archery Students honored for Academic All State Team

Eight Lincoln County students were recognized at the May 12th board meeting for academic excellence. These students are coached by Ricky Mullins and participate on the Lincoln County High School Archery Team. Students had to have all A's and/or B's and have scored in the top 25 at the state tournament as individuals. Congratulations to all of these student athletes!!

Jacob Holtzclaw, Mason Gastineau, Gavin Fowler, Garrett Robertson, Roland Taylor, Roby Mullins, McKenzie Settles (not pictured - Karissa McLaren)


Due to inclement weather (snow, ice, flooding, etc.) occasional changes may be required in school transportation, attendance times, and dates. Inclement weather requires close cooperation and good communications between home and school so that the quality of education is not reduced and the safety and welfare of children are maintained. In the case that changes are made, a School Messenger call will be made. Possible changes include: An early release, cancellation, or one of the three plans-one-hour delay, two-hour delay, or plan B is implemented.

The Kentucky Department of Education allows up to five hours for emergencies that can be forgiven and do not have to be made up each year. Lincoln County Public Schools (LCPS) may choose to delay the opening of schools by one-or-two hour increments as opposed to closing the entire day. The Board of Education may use one of the following alternative operational plans in an effort to reduce the number of days missed due to inclement weather.

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Parent Training - Special Education Department

Life is full of transitions and one of the more remarkable ones occurs when we get ready to leave high school and go out in the world as young adults. When the student has a disability, it’s especially helpful to plan ahead for that transition. In this workshop, we will discuss life after high school, discover resources that are available to families and go over the process of  applying for a Medicaid Waiver. This workshop is appropriate for parents of elementary, middle, and high school students, as information related to waivers applies to all age groups.

Bus Safety Reminders for Back to School

In Lincoln County, students and buses will be on the roads starting as early as 6:00 a.m. and returning home well into the afternoon.

It can be tempting to pass a school bus when you’re running late for work. The National Association of State Directors of Pupil Transportation Services, a group that focuses on school transportation safety, estimates nearly 13 million drivers will illegally pass stopped school buses during the school year. That estimate is based on a single-day survey conducted in 29 states between March and May each year. In 2014, the survey recorded 97,000 instances of illegal passes.

Passing a school bus that is stopped with its stop arm extended is not only illegal, but it is dangerous.

Please visit our Transportation & School Safety Page for more information about bus safety and keeping our students safe.


LCHS ~ College and Career Ready Students Recognized


Lincoln County High School celebrated their College and Career Ready students as well as students who earned qualifying scores on their Advanced Placement exams! WAY TO GO PATRIOTS!! We are so proud of you and your accomplishments!

No School January 6, 2017 ~ First Patriot Day (NTI) Day

*Tomorrow, Friday, January 6,* is our first Patriot Day or (NTI) Non-Traditional Instruction Day.  School is closed, but students should complete their assignments for *Patriot Day #1* and return them when school is back in session.  If your student needs help or assistance, his/her teacher(s) will be available to answer questions between the morning hours of 8:00 a.m.—11:00 a.m. and in the afternoon between 12:00 p.m. and 3:00 p.m.  Teachers will be accessible via email and or telephone and will respond to both student and parent questions during the day.  This contact information is included with your student’s Patriot Day packets.

The link for all Patriot Day lessons is posted on the front page of the district website!

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Lincoln County “Patriot Days”

Lincoln County Schools has been granted state permission to offer “Non-Traditional Instruction “(NTI) days during the 2016-2017 school year.  We will call these Patriot Days!  This plan will allow meaningful learning to take place when conditions prevent school from being in session. A Patriot Day will count as an instructional day, and if approved by the Kentucky Department of Education (KDE), will not have to be made up at the end of the school year.


A non-traditional instruction day (Patriot Day) is a district declared day when learning and instruction will continue, yet students will not report to school.  Learning will take place using technology or conventional paper packets focusing on previously introduced content to enhance, remediate or enrich student skills.  All materials will be provided by your child’s teacher(s) and students are expected to return completed assignments to their teacher upon their return to school. Students who have difficulty completing the work on the actual Patriot Day will have up to one week from the actual Patriot Day to turn it in. Please note, not every school cancellation day will be a Patriot Day.  The School Messenger call will clearly indicate what type of cancellation day it will be.

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Lincoln County Middle School Students featured on "The Next Big Thing"

On Fridays, Channel One News features "The Next Big Thing" and accepts feedback from students on whether they agree or disagree. Lincoln County Middle School teacher, Mrs. Lacey Ledford worked with her class to create and submit a video over Chip, The Smart Cookie Oven, and it aired on the January 6th episode!! The kids were super excited that their video was chosen to be shown nationwide. Congratulations!!


The Lincoln County Bass Fishing Team, coached by Mr. Street Spoonamore, was recognized at the September board meeting. Bass Fishing was added as an officially sanctioned sport by the Kentucky High School Association in 2012 - 2013. Since that time, it has grown by leaps and bounds. Two of our LCHS Bass Fishing members placed 4th in the regional competition held earlier this year and qualified for state. Congratulations Mason Moore and Logan Estes!!!

Kentucky Districts Honored for Outstanding Achievement ~ Lincoln County, a Distinguished District KEDC LC Distinguished Banner

The Kentucky Educational Development Corporation (KEDC) honors member school districts with a banner for their outstanding achievement as a District of Distinction, Distinguished District, or Proficient District named thru Kentucky’s accountability system. Districts are classified as Distinguished with district scores from the 90th to 99th percentile in the state and Proficient with district scores from the 70th to 89th percentile in the state.  A District of Distinction is awarded by the Kentucky Department of Education to Kentucky school districts who exhibit test scores from the 95th to 99th percentile, has met its current year AMO, student participation rate, graduation rate goal and the graduation rate is above 60 for the prior two years and cannot have a school labeled as Priority or Focus. KEDC has been serving member school districts for over 50 years in supporting areas such as instruction, technology, and special education.

Below is a list chart of KEDC member school districts and their award category for which they have already or will receive a banner for their district.

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2015-2016 Retirees Honored

The Lincoln County Board of Education Members and Administrators honored the 12 retiring employees at the September .  Board Meeting. The event included the distribution of a “Certificate of Distinguished Service” and engraved crystal bowl to each retiree.  Comments honoring their years of service were offered by Pam Hart, Director of Teacher Quality & Personnel/Human Resources.

Thank you to our retirees for your many years of dedicated service.  You have been an integral part of the work of achieving our vision of “Every Student, Every Classroom, Every Day—College Career & Citizenship” ready!  Good luck and God’s speed for a wonderful retirement!

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Highland Elementary principal nominated for national award

By Abigail Whitehouse

HIGHLAND – Dedication. Compassion. Leadership. 

Those are just a few of the words that were used to describe Highland Elementary School Principal James Carrier, who has been nominated for the 2016-17 national LifeChanger of the Year award. 

The national LifeChanger of the Year program, sponsored by the National Life Group Foundation, recognizes educators across the U.S. who’s positive influence, excellence and leadership makes a difference in the lives of students, according to a press release detailing the nomination. 

“Carrier was nominated for the LifeChanger of the Year program by a member of the community, who wishes to remain anonymous, for his belief in every child and devotion to improving education for children,” the press release states. 

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School board is vital component of district progress Mr. Michael Rowe - Superintendent

Our community is blessed. We have a successful school system with incredibly engaged students in grades K-12 and a team of professional teachers and administrators who strive daily to provide an excellent education to benefit this community for generations to come.

A vital component of the progress of our district – and thus our community – is the leadership provided by the men and women who make up the Lincoln County Board of Education. 

As superintendent, I am fortunate to regularly witness the selfless service of board members Tom Blankenship, Alan Hubble, Theresa Long, Yolanda Smith and Marvin Wilson. But often, stakeholders only see their work at board meetings. Our school board members are citizens of Lincoln County – your friends and neighbors – with extraordinary dedication to our community and our children.

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No School ~ January 5, 2017

School has been cancelled for today, Thursday, January 5, 2017.  Stay safe and warm. 

"Making a Difference" Awards 2016

Teachers and staff of Lincoln County’s Exceptional Child Services department were recognized for going above and beyond the scope of their jobs for the sake of students. 

A ceremony was held Dec. 13 at the Lincoln County Student Support Center on Danville Avenue and a large crowd gathered as 18 Making a Difference award nominees were honored and six finalists were recognized. 

“I’m very excited to have these 18 finalists and I’m very excited to recognize them tonight,” said Jackie Risden-Smith, director of instructional equity and academic support.

Diff Makers

2016 Making a Difference 6 Award Winners

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Naming of Waynesburg Elementary School Principal ~ Leroy Boone

The Lincoln County Board of Education is pleased to announce the hiring of Mr. Leroy Boone as principal of Waynesburg Elementary School.  Mr. Boone is currently a math teacher at Lincoln County Middle School in Stanford, Kentucky, where he has worked for the past twenty years. 

 Mr. Boone began his career in Lincoln County in 1996 first as an Algebra I  teacher at Lincoln County High School and then as a math and social studies teacher at Lincoln County Middle School.  A twenty-one year veteran, Mr. Boone has amassed a vast array of experiences over the years serving as an academic program consultant, extended school services coordinator, teacher representative on the site-based decision making council, team leader, and a member of various school committees.  He also served as the Athletic Director at Lincoln County Middle School as well as a football, baseball, and softball coach, respectively.  He also sponsored the Student Council for many years as well.

A skilled educator, Mr. Boone has demonstrated expertise in the field of assessment literacy, curriculum design, data analysis, and standards-based instruction and assessment.  Throughout his career, Mr. Boone has worked to continuously improve his practice and remain a lifelong learner.   In addition, his commitment to collaborative decision-making and always keeping students at the forefront of every decision have been a hallmark of his educational philosophy.

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Crab Orchard Teacher Awarded Grant to Support Leadership Project

ALEXANDRIA, VA—ASCD announced that Jameson Cable and Dana Bullock,  teachers at Crab Orchard Elementary School, are one of 17 recipients nationwide of the first-ever ASCD Teacher Impact Grants, which will directly fund teacher leadership initiatives to drive transformation and improve student outcomes. The Teacher Impact Grants, which were announced at a White House ceremony in May, are the first of their kind in the United States and reflect the growing movement across the country of empowering teachers in the classroom to play a more central role in transforming the teaching profession. Each of the awardees―who hail from 14 different states―is a teacher leader who spends at least 50 percent of his or her time in a classroom setting. Crab Orchard’s grant award is $15,000.

“It is incredibly exciting to be one of the few nonprofit organizations in the country to be directly funding teachers in the classroom,” said Deborah S. Delisle, ASCD Executive Director and CEO. “Teachers across the country are hungry for opportunities to lead, and given the right resources and support, we know they can transform learning experiences and change students’ lives.”

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Lincoln County Schools Preschool / Head Start / Early Head Start 2016 - 2017 Registration

2016-2017 Registration Flyer

Campbellsville University "Excellence in Teaching Award" 2015 - 2016

Each year, our principals nominate a teacher as a candidate for the Campbellsville University “Excellence in Teaching” award.  The purpose of this award is to provide statewide recognition to those teachers who selflessly give of themselves to their students each and every day.

The Lincoln County Board of Education acknowledged the three outstanding Lincoln County teachers who were named as Lincoln County’s 2015-2016 recipients of the Campbellsville Excellence in Teaching” award at the August Board Meeting. Congratulations!!

Timothy Wheeler ~ LCMS, Amanda Coffman ~ LCHS, & Susan Johnson ~ Stanford Elementary

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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.   

Parent Survey

In an effort to improve system practices, Lincoln County is conducting a Parent Survey. We value your opinion and ask that you take the time to complete this survey.
In order to complete the survey, please click picture or link below:  

Parent Survey Link  and select the school in which your student is enrolled.

Please be assured that your responses to this survey will be anonymous. Your honest opinion is appreciated. Thank you for your time and attention to this matter.

Welcome Back to School Orientation Schedule 2016-2017

Hope everyone has had a wonderful summer and is excited to begin another school year!! The First Day of school for students begins on August 11th!!

We have several orientation nights scheduled throughout the district. Please plan to atttend your school's orientation to become more acquainted with your school, teachers, and staff. We are all looking forward to an amazing 2016-2017 school year!

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Beginning of the Year ~ Early Head Start / Preschool Information

Beginning or the Year ~ Early Childhood / Preschool Information

*Early Childhood teachers will be contacting families to set up home-visits for Friday,   August 12 or Monday, August 15.
*The program will host an orientation on Tuesday, August 16th.  Teachers will share more information regarding this during the home-visit.

  * The 1st day of school for Early Head Start/Preschool students is Wednesday, August 17.

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Volunteer Training Schedule

To access the online version Volunteer Training please click this link and complete the training and follow the instructions provided.
Thank you for your service!

Safe Schools and PBIS Training 2016

All Lincoln County employees, please click the above training link to complete your online Safe Schools and PBIS Trainings for this year. All trainings are included in this link and must be completed by August 31st, 2016. 

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Summer Meals for Kids

Lincoln County Board of Education, School Nutrition Department 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:

Click Link below for School Sites, Mobile Sites, and Church Sites days and times.


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A Farewell Fiesta ~ June 10, 2016

Welcome our New Superintendent ~ Michael Rowe


May 17th - No School for Students

Lincoln County Schools will be closed for students on Tuesday, May 17th for the State Primary Election.

Annual Parent Involvement Survey 2015-2016

If you are a parent or guardian of a student that currently attends a Lincoln County Public School during the 2015-2016 school year, please complete this parent survey.  If you have students in more than one school, you may complete a survey per school. Please choose the response that best describes your experience. This information will help us better meet the needs of your child. Your input is vital and very much appreciated!!

Lincoln County Assessment Schedule

The following grade levels will be testing during the months of April and May.

Grade 2 - SAT 10 (April 25th -29th)
Grades 3-8 - KPREP (May 10th -16th)
High School - KPREP, AP, EOC (May 5th - 25th)

Click folowing link for Testing Tips for Parents


District Calendar Update 2015-16

Thursday, April 14, the Lincoln County Board of Education voted to revise the school calendar and make the last day for students May 25.  This decision was in response to the provisions of HB 111, a recently passed statue which provided school districts “snow day relief.”  HB 111 removed the requirement of schools being in session 170 days and instead gave districts the option of counting accumulated instructional hours as the determinant of a full instructional year. 

Lincoln County students attend school for 6 1/2 hours every day.  This added instruction enables the district to “bank” additional time.  As a result, the revised calendar of 164 days equals 1,066 instructional hours, exceeding the state requirement of 1, 062. 

Please hover over the District Calendars link on the left to access the revised calendar.

Spring Break ~ April 5 - 8, 2016



This is a reminder that Lincoln County Public Schools will be in session on Monday, April 4th.  Spring Break will be Tuesday, April 5th through Friday, April 8th. Have a great Spring Break!!!

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