Here's lesson 6 about Zones of Regulation from Mrs. Johnson. Our counselors have done a great job presenting these each week. Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fpZt_QvxHHA&feature=youtu.be #TEAMLincoln
over 3 years ago, Lincoln County Schools
Zones of Regulation
Reminder: October 12th-23rd will be NTI days (due to illness) for Lincoln County Schools. Students will work from home virtually as they did to begin this school year in August. Please contact your teacher for more details. NTI Info Link: https://bit.ly/3nAu45v #TEAMLincoln
over 3 years ago, Lincoln County Schools
NTI Days
October is Fire Safety month and October 4th-10th is Fire Prevention Week. Check out these Fire Safety story time videos from the Lincoln County Public Library along with the Stanford Fire Department: Video 1- https://bit.ly/2GaKnEY Video 2- https://bit.ly/3cVaagF
over 3 years ago, Lincoln County Schools
Today is recognized as World Teachers’ Day. We are very appreciative of our teachers around the district. We hope you all enjoy your fall break this week. #TEAMLincoln
over 3 years ago, Lincoln County Schools
World teachers day
Fall Break Reminder: October 5th-9th
over 3 years ago, Lincoln County Schools
Fall break
Preschool Instructional Assistant position at Stanford Elementary If you love working with children, we want you to be a part of our Preschool to Patriot Program. Apply at https://www.lincoln.kyschools.us/o/lcs/page/jobs--24
over 3 years ago, Lincoln County Schools
Preschool to Patriots
Kentucky Pandemic Electronic Benefit Transfer (P-EBT) provides a benefit card that families can use to replace school meals during the pandemic. The P-EBT has been extended for the months of August and September. Click here for more information: https://bit.ly/36inFpe
over 3 years ago, Lincoln County Schools
P-EBT information
Here's video lesson 5 about Zones of Regulation from Mrs. Smekens. Link: https://bit.ly/3imX5xL
over 3 years ago, Lincoln County Schools
Zones or Regulation Photo
Our schools have worked diligently to accommodate students for lunch. LCMS has started implementing their plan - socially distanced line, grab and go lunch, and socially distancing seating. So far, so good! #TEAMLincoln #MaskUpLC
over 3 years ago, Lincoln County Schools
Students in lunch line
Grab and Go lunch
Reminder: Option 1 students will begin in-person instruction today at their school. Option 2 (Patriot Learning Academy) students will continue to learn virtually. *This is not an NTI day.
over 3 years ago, Lincoln County Schools
Welcome back
•LCHS, 8:15 AM- 3:09 PM, Drop Off Begins at 7:45 AM •LCMS, 8:15 AM- 3:10 PM, Drop Off Begins at 7:45 AM •Crab Orchard, 8:10 AM- 3:25 PM, Drop Off Begins at 7:35 AM •Highland, 8:05 AM- 3:15 PM, Drop Off Begins at 7:35 PM •Hustonville, 8:10 AM- 3:25 PM, Drop Off Begins at 7:40 AM •Stanford, 8:05 AM- 3:20 PM, Drop Off Begins at 7:35 AM •Waynesburg, 8:05 AM- 3:20 PM, Drop Off Begins at 7:35 AM
over 3 years ago, Lincoln County Schools
Drop off graphic
We are very EXCITED to see our in-person students tomorrow across the district. Here are a few quick reminders: •School supplies are provided (except for backpacks) •Screen your students for symptoms and take their temperature every morning before leaving for school •Face coverings must be worn at all times (except while actively eating and drinking) •Bring a personal water bottle labeled with your student’s name •Be kind, patient and prepared to learn #TEAMLincoln
over 3 years ago, Lincoln County Schools
LC logo with face covering
Check out Phil Pendleton’s WKYT feature story about the Iron Patriot! Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XT5fsipT4G0
over 3 years ago, Lincoln County Schools
Our schools have been working hard to prepare for in-school instruction beginning next Monday. Remember, right is right when walking in the hallways. Social distancing and face coverings are necessary for a successful school year. #TEAMLincoln
over 3 years ago, Lincoln County Schools
Face mask required
LCHS hallway
This video focuses on Healthy at School inside the building procedures for when we begin in-person instruction next Monday (9/28). •Wear your face covering over your nose and mouth at all times, except for when eating, drinking or socially distanced outside. •When sitting, or stationary, try to space out as far as possible •Right is right when walking in the hallways of our schools. (Travel on the right side and social distance as much as possible). •Wash your hands as frequently as possible throughout the day. •Bring a water bottle to refill from a water fountain/water bottle refill station. Video link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YxXR-L36hAE&feature=youtu.be #TEAMLincoln
over 3 years ago, Lincoln County Schools
Here's video lesson 4 about Zones of Regulation from Mrs. Manion. LINK: https://bit.ly/3hNfmnz #TEAMLincoln
over 3 years ago, Lincoln County Schools
Zones of Regulation
Per the latest guidance from the Department for Public Health, all staff & students will be required to wear a face covering on campus when we begin in-person instruction on 9/28. Face coverings will only be lowered when eating or drinking or when 6 feet apart outside. We will be providing each student face coverings, and students will be permitted to use their own too as long as they align with school dress code. Source: Healthy at School Guidelines Link: https://bit.ly/33RuA62 #TEAMLincoln #MaskUpLC
over 3 years ago, Lincoln County Schools
Healthy at school image
This video gives a quick glimpse of what it will look like when you drop your car riders off at school when in-person instruction resumes on 9/28. #TEAMLincoln #MaskUpLC Video Link: https://bit.ly/3mQaq58
over 3 years ago, Lincoln County Schools
Water fountains will be available to students when we return to in-person instruction on 9/28. The water fountains will be cleaned and sanitized frequently throughout the school day. If possible students and staff should provide their own reusable water bottle to be refilled with water (from the fountains) throughout the day. There will now be water bottle refilling stations at all of our schools. #TEAMLincoln
over 3 years ago, Lincoln County Schools
Water bottles and refilling station
This week Mrs. Sublett (HES counselor) shared another Zones of Regulation video for our students to view from home. Click here to view video lesson 3: LINK: https://bit.ly/3kA0732
over 3 years ago, Lincoln County Schools
Zones of regulation image