Lincoln County Middle School

Families now have the option to change their student’s instructional model from distance learning to traditional (face-to-face) learning prior to the end of the semester. 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 that 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 an intent form at the Lincoln County BOE 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 the remainder of the semester. Second-semester options for students who remain as distance learners will be determined at a later date.

What's Happening at LCMS?

Free School Meals Rock!

Lincoln County School District offers free meals for all students.

The Lincoln County School District will begin providing free meals to all students starting immediately through December 18, 2020, or until federal funding is depleted, whichever comes first. All students of Lincoln County Schools are eligible to receive free meals (breakfast and lunch) during this time, regardless of their meal status. This applies to meals served to students when they are attending school in person or when they are participating in the Virtual Learning option.

Recently the United States Department of Agriculture extended flexibility for school districts to continue offering meal service to children under the Seamless Summer Option.

All money spent on meals at school since September 1, 2020, will be credited back to the students’ meal accounts for later use.

Parents of virtual learning students will still need to call the school cafeteria where the child is enrolled no later than 10 a.m. each Monday to pick up meals on Wednesdays between 9:00 a.m. and 10:00 a.m. The phone number for Lincoln County Elementary School Nutrition Program is 706-359-3449 X2. The phone number for Lincoln County Middle and High School Nutrition Program is 706-359-3121 X3240.

2020-2021 Supply List

Lincoln County

Teacher of the Year

Mrs. Christie Bryan

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2019-2020

Students of the Week