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Zaria Napier signing with Asbury University Maddy Boyle signing to Kentucky Wesleyan University. Kaitlynn Wilks signing with Trevecca University. Emma King signing to the University of Kentucky Winners of the 2018-19 Talent Show Fall Chorus FBLA United Day of Action Spanish National Honors Society Beta Club 2018 Football Cross Country Team Multimedia students visiting WKYT 2018 Football Homecoming King & Queen FBLA United Day of Action 2018 Big L award Senior PowerderPuff team 2018 DYW 2018 DYW winner Jesse Wilson 2018-2019 Golf putt LCHS Football team 2018-2019 Volleyball serve 2018-2019 Volleyball match 2018-2019 Senior LCHS Basketball 18-19 Boys basketball 2018-2019 2018-2019 Girls Basketball Team Volleyball Team 2018-2019 2018-2019 Girls Soccer FCCLA

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love our employees Phase II Salary Increase

The Lincoln County Board of Education approved a 2% raise for all employees and overhauled the salary schedule for administrators, after making adjustments to resolve gaps in their salary schedule. The Lincoln County School District’s certified pay rate currently ranks 145th out of 173 school districts in Kentucky. The Phase II Salary Increase brings their ranking to 128th. The Phase II Salary Increase takes effect for the 2019-2020 school year.


Employees for Lincoln County Schools have not received a raise since the state mandated 2% raise in 2015-16. Last year the Lincoln County Board of Education adopted board goals, one of which was to attract, recruit, and retain high-quality administrators, teachers and staff through salary increases.  


Superintendent Michael Rowe states that the District has made a number of difficult decisions which have ultimately placed the school district in a position to express our commitment to our employees; all employees. “The salary committee evaluated surrounding school districts’ salaries and made recommendations to address the deficiencies.  We want our employees to know we value them, we value their hard work, and we want our employees to stay at Lincoln County Schools.  Staff retention has been an issue in this district since I came on board and I am excited to work for a Board who understands the value experienced staff bring to student learning.  In order to be the best, we must have a progressive vision. Our new Board is committed to making Lincoln County Schools the best.”

Summer Food Service Program 2019 Begins

Kids Eat logoLincoln 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

Sports Physicals ~ June 20 - 21 at LCHS

Sports Physicals will be offered Sports Physicalsto Lincoln County athletes on Thursday, June 20th and Friday, June 21st at Lincoln County High School from 10:00 am until 6:00 pm in the Gym. Students will need to bring their insurance cards with them. You may also complete the information on the correct form below and bring with you.

Online Registration and Enrollment 19-20

Online Registration NoticeAll parents K-12:

You recently received a letter in the mail with the information to set up your “Parent Portal Account” (this is DIFFERENT from the “Student Portal Account” your child uses. Online Enrollment is not accessible through the Student Portal).

ONLY parents who DO NOT already have a Parent Portal account will receive a letter in the mail.


The Parent Portal Account will give you access to ALL of your children enrolled in Lincoln County School and will be where you will access all of the student information through graduation (be sure to write down the username and password). Once your account is set up, you will find a link on that page to begin the Online Registration process for the 19-20 school year.


If you already have a Parent Portal Account, you are welcome to go ahead and register your children for the 2019-2020 school year.


IMPORTANT: You will NOT receive your child’s homeroom assignment or schedule until they are officially enrolled for the upcoming school year. Online Enrollment MUST be completed by July 1st to ensure processing time and placement in classes.


If you have any questions, difficulties, or do not have access to computer/internet, as always, we are happy to help you through this process. Please contact your child’s school.


Thank you for your patience and cooperation with this new technology.

1:1 Non-Resident Contracts Approved

aAt the May 9, 2019 Special Called Board Meeting, the Board of Education approved 1:1 Non-Resident Contracts.


In the past, many school districts entered into open Non-Resident Contracts with surrounding districts since the number of students exchanged were approximately the same. But when one district siphons off a significantly larger number of children, the other district takes a financial hit. The state funding, called Support Education Excellence in Kentucky, or SEEK, goes with the student.


The outflow of students from Lincoln County is costing Lincoln County thousands of dollars in SEEKā€ˆfunding at about $4,400 per student.


The new Non-Resident Contracts stipulate that students will be accepted/released between the districts at a ratio of 1:1.


All previously approved releases will be grandfathered in.


There are no exceptions to the newly approved Non-Resident Contracts. All decisions will be made using the ratio of 1:1. Surrounding school districts can accept as many students as it chooses but the SEEK funding will not follow the student unless it falls within the 1:1 ratio. Of course, parents/guardians still have the option of paying tuition to attend surrounding districts.

Family, Career, and Community Leaders of America Honored

Family Consumer awards

Region Winners and 2nd Place at State
These students were honored at the May board meeting and presented with a Lincoln Pride award for accomplishments at Region and State competitions. Congratulations!!

Skylar Sheron, Gavin Holt, Maygan Taylor, Hannah Jacobs, Laura Ferguson, Brayli Steberl

Skills USA Award Recipients Recognized

These students were recognized and presented a Lincoln Pride certificate at the May board meeting. Congratulations!!!
Skills USA 2019

Region and State Placements are as follows:
Donavin Ledford – Job Skills Demo A
Marcus Cummins – Cabinet Making and Design
Kali West – Wood Sculpture
Cassidy Greer – IT Services

HOSA Future Health Professionals Recognized

HOSA awardsThese students were honored at the May board meeting and presented with a Lincoln Pride award for their service and fundraising for Future Health Professionals (HOSA). Congratulations!!


Taylor Wesley and Jaiden Hoover

Educators Rising State Conference Recognition

*Educators Rising students take dual credit classes at the high school that explore the educational profession and the ins and outs of a teaching career.  We are excited to have students who are interested in this career and may possibly be future teachers here in our school district.
Educator's Rising Recognitions

Shelby Halstead – Educators Rising Moment
Nikki Petrey, Jasmine Steele – Children’s Literature - Pre-K
Kaitlyn Witt – Lesson Planning and Delivery – Humanities
Jessie Wilson, Peyton Griffin – Children’s Literature – K-3
Patrick Earles – Exploring Non-Core Teaching Careers
Tabitha Cain – Exploring Education Administration Careers
Linsey Tharp – Lesson Planning and Delivery – Arts
Caitlyn Gilliam – Exploring Support Services Careers
Dale Mullins, Maddy Sinkhorn, Sofia Nunez, Avery Shelton – Inside Our Schools Presentation

Future Business Leaders of America Recognition

FBLA Awards 2019

Future Business Leaders of America were recognized at the May board meeting and presented a Lincoln Pride certificate. Congratulations!!! 

FBLA Region and State Placements are as follows:

Raelyn Amon, Emma King, Grace Muse – Hospitality Management
Samuel Koontz, Gavin Crain, Brett Hoskins – Global Business
Hunter Killen, Charles Harmon – Banking and Financial Systems
Sarah Adams, Grace Reed – Network Designs
Brookley Carrier, Kelsey West, Victoria Wilson – Entrepreneurship
Carter Story, Alex Taylor, Tyler Bastin – Sports and Entertainment
Gage Watkins – Organizational Leadership
Jeremiah McFarland, Riley Kelly, Dakota Howard – Management Decision Making
Chance Taylor – Business Law
Dalyn Pope, JoRon Beasley – Graphic Design
Anna Lane, Sara-Mae Bullock, Jessie Wilson – Management Information Systems
James Shaddox, Bailey Shelton – Publication Design
Mayci Godbey, Holden Stamper – Social Media Campaign
Faith Godby – Client Services

STEM Academy ~ July 8-12

STEM academyThe Lincoln County Schools Student Support Center is excited to announce that we have received a grant that will fund a Summer STEM Academy. The camp is available to all students currently enrolled in K-12 in the Lincoln County school system. This Academy will be held at Stanford Elementary School from July 8 - July 12, 2019.

Areas of focus throughout the week will include: Coding, 3-D printing, Forensics, Robotics, and STEM activities.

This opportunity is completely free of charge to all students. Transportation will be provided to and from the closest elementary school. Breakfast and lunch will also be provided.

Please click STEM Academy Application to apply before May 17, 2019.

Click here for the flyer. Looking forward to another great year of STEM!!

Child Find Notice

Child Find for Children with Disabilities in Need of Special Education or 504 Services

Please click the link to open the document.  This information can also be located under our tabs under Departments/Academics Division/ Exceptional Child/Child Find Notice

Non-Discrimination Notice

Public Notice

Lincoln County Student Support Center 
Non-Discrimination Notice
Academic Year:  2018-19


Students, their families, employees and potential employees of the Lincoln County School District are hereby notified that the Lincoln County School District does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, age, religion, marital status, sex or disability in employment, vocational programs, or activities as set forth in compliance with federal and state statutes and regulations. 

The Lincoln County Area Technology Center offers the following career and technical education programs for all students regardless of race, color, national origin, including those with limited English proficiency, sex or disability in grades 9-12.


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