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Families have the option to change their student's instructional model from distance learning to traditional (face-to-face) learning.
If a parent/guardian selects this option, the student(s) will remain enrolled as a distance-learning student and complete all assignments until the end of the first nine weeks ending October 27.
Please be reminded all work assigned through distance learning will count for the student’s 1st nine weeks grade.
These students will begin traditional (face-to-face) learning at the beginning of the second nine weeks on October 28 and remain a traditional student for the remainder of the school year.
To change to traditional learning, a parent/guardian must sign a commitment form at the Lincoln County B.O.E. between Monday, September 21 through Friday, September 25, from 8:00 - 4:00 pm. No changes will occur with a phone call or e-mail.
There is nothing to do if your student will remain a distance learner for the remainder of the semester. Second-semester options for students who remain as distance learners will be determined at a later date.
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