Wednesday, May 4th, Teacher Appreciation Day

Dessert at lunch provided by Dr. and Mrs. Light

Thursday, May 5th

     Breakfast provided by Woodman of the World

Will McWhorter

Friday, May 6th

     Breakfast provided by Double Branches Church and Patty Arthur

GA House Bill 400 (Bridge Act)

If you are a parent of an 8th grader and you have not signed off on your child’s GaCollege411 high school plan, you MUST do so! Please call Coach Davis at 706.359.3121 to set up an appointment or come to Mrs. Hill’s room (#118) any day from 12:15 to 12:45. This is part of GA House Bill 400 (the Bridge Act), and the state requires that students and parents complete this exercise.  


The following surveys are intended to reveal strengths and areas where there are areas for improvement. With stakeholder input, these surveys should help Lincoln County Middle School to identify and prioritize needs, determine strategies to address these needs, and allocate resources for the strategies. Please take a few minutes to complete the surveys. 

Parent Survey

Community Survey

The Lincoln County Middle School PBIS team held a drawing for prizes from all of the tea tickets that students received during the first semester.  Students receive tickets that are redeemable for tea every 3 weeks if they have been spotted by their teachers demonstrating the PBIS expectations of being respectful, engaged, accountable, and a leader.

The following students were the winners of the prizes which were          certificates to local restaurants.

            First Row: Ethan Jenkins, Naomi Partridge, Hailey Belangia, Lexi Aycock,                                                              Gregory Willingham, Elizabeth Borel, Destiny Whisnant, and Jordan Warner.                                                                      Second Row: Dalton Jenkins, Gunner Couch, Jamiah Riles,                                              Mykila Norman, Jillian Riddlehover, Sahalia Taylor, Lauren Smith,                                                                                             Toni Glaze, and Kenmiya Andrews                                                                         Third Row: Ebone Allen, Kevon Franklin, and Le'vion Lockhart

The LCMS PBIS team also rewarded the students who had received no type of behavior referral during the first semester to a movie in the school's auditorium.  Each student received a candy cane, and another drawing for larger                candy prizes was done at the end of the movie.   

1st Semester Students of the Week

Congratulations to the students pictured above for being named as one of our Students of the Week for 1st Semester. 

 Seated – Makayla Bell, Brynnlee Bentley, Shanna Kneece,                       Ashanti Clark,  and Arianna Williams
Standing – Gregory Willingham, Jay’Sean Jones, Nicholas Maxwell,          Rachel Jordan, Sydney Radford, Aubree Comtois, Lakeisha Lockhart, Octavious Zellars, Semmi Patel, Jordan Sheldon, and Zy Wright

Look for the link "Understanding the Georgia Milestones Score Card" under parents for a video to help explain it.

Mrs. Beggs’ 6th Grade Earth Science
Diamond Del gem mining experience allowed students to mine minerals. They used their collection to help them learn about classifying and identifying minerals. Students had the opportunity to break their own
geo stone and buy bracelets and necklaces.

Congratulations to the Lincoln County Red Pride Marching Band.

They participated in the Third Annual Bulldog Brigade Invitational in

Thomson, GA. Saturday, October 3rd.

They received the following ratings: Excellent Colorguard,

Excellent Percussion, Superior Drum Major, Superior Band, winner of Class 1A Colorguard, winner of Class 1A Drum Major, and 1st Runner up Band Class 1A.

LCMS Student Council is now an official member of the National Association of Student Councils.

Duke TIP 7th Grade Talent Search identifies academic strengths, develop abilities and interests, and celebrate their achievements at a crucial time when they are forming their identities and looking ahead to the future. Duke TIP assists families in determining how advanced their students’ academic abilities are and what level of educational challenge is appropriate. As part of the talent search enrollment, Duke TIP registers eligible seventh graders to take either the ACT or SAT as an above-level test. This allows students to have greater insight into their abilities and it gives them the opportunity to preview a college entrance exam.

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Congratulations to our LCMS Lady Devils' softball team. They played a double header against Harlem Saturday and won both games - 1st game 8 to 2; 2nd game 7 to 0.
Spirit Week photos

Spirit Week

Our Cowboys and Raiders are tied with 2 wins each. A championship game will be played Wednesday at 5 p.m. Our pep rally will also be Wednesday beginning at 2:20. Please come to these events and support our students and coaches for all of their work and dedication.

New 7th Grade Immunization Requirements
Georgia's Immunization requirements for children attending seventh grade have been revised to align with the current Recommendations of the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP) , the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) , and the American Academy of Family Physicians (AAFP).
Effective July 1, 2014, all children born on or after January 1, 2002 who are attending seventh grade, and children who are new entrants into a Georgia school in grades eight through twelve, must have received on dose of Tdap vaccine and one dose of meningococcal conjugate vaccine.