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Lincoln County Schools will delay the start of school for students from August 10 to August 24, 2020.
Return to School Options for 2020-2021 Updated 7/29/2020
The Board of Education at a called meeting on July 29th approved a calendar change adjusting the school start date from August 10th to August 24th. Due to this change, the return to school options survey has been reopened, providing you with three options.
A. Do nothing, if you have already signed up your child for distance learning and agree to a semester of distance learning and not just a nine weeks commitment. This is a change for elementary school students.
B. Complete the selection survey, if you now want to sign your child up for distance learning.
C. Complete the selection survey, if you wish to change your previously enrolled distance learning student to traditional (face-to-face) instruction.
Complete the selection survey online OR in person at the Board of Education office by 5 PM on Monday, August 3rd.
One form will need to be completed for each child. If you complete the online form, there is no need to come to the Board of Education office to complete a paper copy.
Health & Safety Protocols
Notice to Parents of Former Special Education Children
Special Education records maintained at the Lincoln County Board of Education will not be retained after a child's 22nd birthday. If a parent or student would like to have these records, please call Dr. Howie Gunby at 706-359-3742 at the Board of Education by July 31, 2020.
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