WHERE OUR STUDENTS REACH THEIR FULLEST POTENTIAL THROUGH WORLD-CLASS LEARNING GROUNDED IN SMALL TOWN VALUES.
Monday, October 26th, and Tuesday, October 27th, will serve as at-home learning days for all students. These two days are student learning days, and no students will report to school on those two days. The purpose is to provide the time needed to prepare for our virtual students’ return to traditional learning, schedule changes, etc. without negatively impacting student learning and health. You will receive more specific details from your child’s teachers about the instruction that will occur on those two days.
The Lincoln County Board of Education invites you to submit proposals for insurance coverage as specified below. Coverage desired is: Commercial Property Insurance-Buildings and Contents, Commercial General Liability Insurance to include Educators Legal Liability, Government Crime Coverage to include Employee Theft, and Automobile Liability and Physical Damage-Buses and Trucks. Click here for more information.
Click here to view the results from the parent, staff and community reopening surveys.
We deeply value and consider the feedback of all segments of our school community, the data collected in this survey will be considered in conjunction with guidance from public health entities to develop our reopening plans.
Congratulations to the 2020 STAR student Nicholas Maxwell and 2020 STAR teacher Mr. Dukes!
The Student Teacher Achievement Recognition (STAR) Program is designed to recognize high school seniors who have the highest SAT score in their graduating class and meet all the other program requirements, and the STAR Teacher is selected by the declared high school STAR Student for having made the most significant contribution to the STAR Student’s scholastic development.
Congratulations to Mrs. Christie Bryan: Lincoln County Schools Teacher of the Year.
Mr. Jason Bonds
LCES Teacher of the Year
Mrs. Christie Bryan
LCMS & District Teacher of the Year
Mrs. Crystal Lively
LCHS Teacher of the Year