Jostens
The auditorium will be occupied from 8 until 9:30 a.m. M-F until October 21st while Mrs. Hobbins' 6th grade students practice "School House Rocks".

SPIRIT  WEEK !
Monday-September 26th
A  MERICA DAY!
(Wear your Red, White and Blue:)
Tuesday- September 27th
CAMO DAY!
(Dress in all your CAMO!)
Wednesday-September 28rd(pep rally)
Spirit Day – Go Devils!
(Dress in either RED or White to support our DEVILS!)
Thursday- September 29th
FAVORITE CHARACTER DAY!
  (Dress as your favorite person, tv or movie star, singer or super hero!)
Friday-September 30th
Red Devil Spirit Day”
Go Big Red!

Congratulations to 2016-17 Student Council Officers!

President - Tyler Freeman

7th grade VP - Semmi Patel

6th grade VP - Ruby Cullars Arthur

Secretary - Destiny Barksdale

Treasurer - Madi Welch 

Congratulations to the 2016-2017 
LCMS Student Council members

6th Grade - Jack Antanokas, Ruby Cullars Arthur, Bailey Bentley, Franklin Brown, Emmie Cooper, Amari Freeman, Aubrey Gruber, Ta’nia Leverett, James Mattison, Elizabeth Ann Reed, Ellie Triest, and Ashley Veal 
7th Grade -Lexi Aycock, Destiny Barksdale, Brynnlee Bentley, Madi Bufford, Aaron Clegg, Brianna Coleman, Gavin Heitmann, Mikenzie Norman, Semmi Patel, Kaitlyn Raley, and Jordan Warner
8th Grade - Gianna Anderson, Chloe Cliatt, Anna Cox, Tyler Freeman, Niki Hartfield, Hayley Johnson, Rachel Jordan, Ethan Leclerc, Sydney Radford, Reginald Reid, and Madi Welch
Mrs. Carolee Hobbins' 6th grade class will present School House Rocks
Saturday, October 22, from 7 to 8 pm 
in the LCHS/LCMS Auditorium.
Admission is $5.
Mrs. Lisa Bentley's 7th grade Science Class had a Microbe Scavenger Hunt! 
The purpose was to grow bacteria and fungi collected from various micro habitats.

Lisa's class

The Tradition Returns 
LCMS Student Council is bringing back a tradition so many citizens have been missing- “THE BIRTHDAY/ LION’S CLUB CALENDAR”. We are proud to offer these special calendars for 2017. It is an awesome way to celebrate a birthday, honor a loved one, or remember an anniversary. 
Calendars and listings are on sale from September 12th – 30th
Calendars are $6.00 each Listings are $1.00 each 
Order forms for calendars and listings will be sent home with each student                  and will be available in the LCMS front office and here to be printed. 
The LCMS Student Council will also be selling advertisements to local businesses in the community to help support this worthwhile endeavor. Individuals interested in purchasing an advertisement, 
please contact Tracy Beggs at 706-359-3069.
Eighth graders in Mrs. Bryan's Georgia Studies class reenacted the Battle of Bloody Marsh. Students made swords, shields,                 and paper "musket" balls to use in their battle.
 The Battle of Bloody Marsh took place on July 7, 1742 between Spanish and British forces on St. Simons Island, part of the Province of Georgia, resulting in a victory for the British. The English forces included English colonists and Highland Scots and were led by such notable men as James Oglethorpe and Nobel Jones. This victory ended forever Spain's dream of having a colony in Georgia.

The Battle of Bloody Marsh

Chris Clegg is the father of two students in our school system, 9th grader Ethan Clegg and 7th grader, Aaron Clegg. Out of 31 parents from across the state, he has been selected to serve on the 2016-2017 and 2017-2018 State School Superintendent’s Parent Advisory Council (PAC). As a PAC member, he will represent our school district in providing input on Georgia’s state plan to implement the new federal law, the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA). Congratulations, Mr. Clegg. LCMS is proud of you.

Mrs. Pam G. Norman’s 7th grade Social Studies students received a special treat today when Missionary/Reverend Boonyong (Boone) Bureenok from Korat, Thailand spent the day enlightening our students about his culture. 

The students learned about his food, school, music, etc. Reverend Boone has been in Lincolnton for a week staying with Pastor John Belangia of Faith Community Church.

Rev. Boone's visit


Congratulations to a very deserving teacher, Mrs. Tracy Beggsfor being chosen as our 
LCMS Teacher of the Year. Mrs. Beggs teaches 
6th grade Earth Science.

Students of the Week

Students of the week

LCMS now has a Facebook page to help keep you informed about the great things happening at our school.
Search Lincoln County Middle School or click on the picture.
LCMS Facebook

*Attention Parents*
New silent lunch policy
Silent lunch will be used to track teacher managed behaviors along with other behaviors that are not acceptable in the classroom. Students will receive a ticket that will need to be signed and returned the next school day. We know that the only way parents can correct the behavior is if they are aware of it.  
Thank you for your support in this matter.


Attention Students & Parents:
We are fortunate enough to have use of technology for all students at LCMS; therefore, "devices" are no longer needed during school hours. Please be sure to read p. 13 in the handbook carefully                 concerning this policy.


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.