The Lincoln County Preschool/Headstart Program is in the process of contacting all returning students to determine the number of available slots for the upcoming year. We are also working through the list of those who have newly applied. We will begin the screening process in the next couple of weeks. To begin with, we will screen many more students than we actually have slots for. We will keep a healthy waiting list, so that students can move in as soon as a spot becomes available. The current state guidelines call for reduced group sizes; therefore we will likely have fewer available slots than in previous years. Please be patient as we work through this process. Due to staff retirements, we are working with a limited staff and are training new staff as they come on board. Thank you for your patience and we look forward to meeting our youngest future patriots!❤️💙
The Lincoln County Board of Education Special Called Meeting is tonight at 5:30. The meeting will be live on YouTube and 102.9 FM. Watch the meeting here: https://bit.ly/3fAo7Rj #TEAMLincoln
Dear Parents of Children with Exceptional Needs, We are gathering your questions and concerns via social media, personal calls, and any other available platforms regarding educational options for your exceptional child. We are in the process of collecting questions and concerns and preparing a document titled Lincoln County Exceptional Child Department: Q & A for Parents. We encourage you to continue ask questions regarding your exceptional child’s options for return to their case manager as they begin contacting you on Friday July 17th, to continue to comment on social media outlets, and to call the Lincoln County Schools directly at 606.365.2124 to leave your questions or concerns. We will draw directly from these questions to create our document. We will continue to gather these questions through the middle of next week and anticipate publishing the answers to your questions on July 24th. Thanks, Claudia Godbey, Director of Exceptional Children
Annual Staff Trainings are now available for all full-time, part-time, and substitute staff. Access your account at www.lincoln.kyschools.us - Menu, Staff Resources, LC Required EmployeeTraining.
We will be on 102.9, WPBK-FM tomorrow morning at 7:30 talking about the recent survey results and FAQ’s: https://bit.ly/3fqQiCc #TEAMLincoln
The Lincoln County Board of Education unanimously approved the revised 2020-21 school calendar. Students will start school on 8/26 and the last day for students is scheduled for 5/26. •Fall Break, Christmas Break and Spring Break will remain the same •Thanksgiving Break was extended by one day #TEAMLincoln View the full calendar here: https://5il.co/gqnu
2020 Lincoln County High School (full length) graduation video 🎥: Greer Productions View it here: https://bit.ly/3ehf0DZ #Seniors2020 #WeArePatriots
Tonight’s Working Board Meeting will air live on the radio on 102.9, WPBK-FM. #TEAMLincoln
Tonight's Working Board Meeting will be streamed live (via Teams) on our YouTube page (link:https://bit.ly/3iLGs04) at 5:30 pm. Approval of the 2020-21 school calendar is an action item on the agenda. #TEAMLincoln
Today is the last day to participate in our Return to School survey. Please take a few minutes to offer your feedback: https://bit.ly/2ZFzZLj #TEAMLincoln
From AD Tim Estes: The LCHS Senior banners for spring sports teams are now available for pick up in the front lobby at Lincoln County High School between 9-2. Good Luck to all of these fine young athletes!!
Don't forget our summer feeding program is still delivering meals three days a week (M-W-F). Click here for more information and to view a list of the delivery locations: https://bit.ly/2YQZIkE #TEAMLincoln
Incoming kindergarten students may attend K-Camp 2020. This will be Aug 5th & 6th at the elementary schools. Transportation, lunch & a snack will be provided daily. This is a great opportunity to give your child an introduction to kindergarten. Register: https://bit.ly/2VNI0wL
Upcoming Board of Education Meetings: July 9th, 5:30 PM- Working Meeting July 16th, 5:30 PM- Special Called Meeting
Our leadership team will be analyzing these guidelines along with the feedback we get from our forthcoming stakeholder survey to help develop the re-entry plan that works best for our staff and students. More details: https://bit.ly/2Vjt5tU #TeamLincoln #HealthyAtSchool
Tonight’s Special Called Board Meeting will be streamed live at 5:30 PM. You can view it here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCUnmO2gAhiEa3zhLah0byrA
Lincoln County Middle School is hiring a Math Teacher. To be a part of #TeamLincoln apply at https://lincolnky.tedk12.com/hire/ViewJob.aspx?JobID=2250
Congratulations to Daniel Foster for being named the new LCMS football coach. He’s planning to meet with potential players (7th/8th graders) this coming Thursday night at 6pm at LCMS. Please contact Coach Foster for more details. #WeAreEagles 🏈
Hustonville Elementary is hiring a guidance counselor. Click the link to apply. https://lincolnky.tedk12.com/hire/ViewJob.aspx?JobID=2261
This program will air tomorrow night at 8 pm. If you have a story to share, please send it to them and make plans to watch. https://graduatetogether2020.com/about From Graduate Together: America Honors the Class of 2020 will air simultaneously across ABC, CBS, FOX, and NBC, as well as a broad alliance of social media and streaming platforms. The one-hour primetime special airs on Saturday, May 16, and will honor the more than 3 million high school seniors across the country. Artists, athletes, musicians, commencement speakers, influencers, and cultural icons will show their support with performances and messages featuring students, teachers, and their families from coast to coast. This will be a moment to come together—as one nation—to applaud this rite of passage. We hope you’ll join us in celebrating the Class of 2020’s achievements. #TEAMLincoln
Message from LCHS Principal Michael Godbey: Good Evening Senior Patriots, Caps and Gowns have arrived and several of you have asked about picking them up early. Staff will be available tomorrow from 11 am to 2 pm to distribute caps and gowns. If you want to pick up your cap and gown come to the school during the designated time and pull around to the Tech Center Entrance. Do not park or get out of your vehicle. Pull up next to the porch and a staff member will come out and ask your name. We will bring the cap and gown back to the car and you are to promptly exit the campus. Those not picked up will be made available at your scheduled time to graduate. If you have not completed the form indicating you intent to participate in graduation no time will be scheduled for you. Staff will be calling those who completed the form tomorrow to share your scheduled time to graduate. Remember any loaned Chromebook or library books must be returned when you graduate and all fees paid before you will be allowed to participate. Thank you and have a great evening. #TEAMLincoln #Seniors2020
STANFORD, KY – May 11, 2020 Lincoln County High School announced today that Coach Jeremy Noel has resigned from his position as head baseball coach. Noel was hired in 2019 as the head coach of the program. The high school baseball team was unable to play this season due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Athletic Director Tim Estes said, “We want to thank Coach Noel for the great work he did with the team this year and LCHS wishes him the best.” Estes said the search for the new coach will start on July 1st. For more information about Lincoln County Baseball or Lincoln County High School Athletics please contact Athletic Director Tim Estes at 606-669-8142. -LCAthletics-
Our teachers are finding ways to interact with their students. Mrs. Pendleton, a 1st grade teacher at Stanford Elementary, checked in on her class via Facebook Live this morning on her class Facebook page. She talked about the upcoming St. Patrick’s Day, read “Leprechaun on the Loose” and the kids drew pictures of leprechauns and sent them back. #TEAMLincoln #WeAreWildcats
From ACT: Re: April 2020 National Exam (COVID-19) The safety of students and test center staff is ACT’s top priority. ACT has rescheduled its April 4 national test date to June 13 across the U.S. in response to concerns about the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19). All students registered for the April 4 test date will receive an email from ACT in the next few days informing them of the postponement and instructions for free rescheduling to June 13 or a future national test date.