Lincoln County Middle School

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Announcements Related to Closure

Distance Learning Update

Lincoln County Middle School Parents, the teachers at LCMS have prepared additional packets for students that do not have internet access. These packets can be picked up on Wednesday, March 25th from 8:00-12:00 at the LCMS office. If you do not have internet access and would like the packet delivered to your home please call the school during this time.

For students that have internet access, teachers are creating a calendar to keep students engaged and on track with their work. Please see google classroom for the calendar. All parents should sign up for their child’s remind app that teachers provided at the beginning of school. If you have internet access and would like to check out a Chromebook you can do this on Wednesday, March 25th from 8:00-12:00 at the LCMS office. If you need to pick up a Chromebook after 12:00 LCMS parents can pick up a Chromebook at the high school between 2:00-6:00. High School and Elementary school will be available on this same day from 2:00-6:00 if you would like a Chromebook. Please see their website for more information from them. If high school students cannot come between 2:00-6:00, they can come to the middle school between 8:00-12:00 on this day.

Thank you and please do not stress over the work provided for your child. We are trying to keep students engaged. As a parent, you should designate how much time each day your student spends on classwork. The calendar that teachers have prepared should give students a little more structure; however, you can ultimately decide what is best for them. Please call the school if you have any questions.

Updated (3/26/2020) :

The Lincoln County School District will remain closed through April 24, 2020, in compliance with the executive order issued by Governor Brian Kemp. Please stay safe and healthy.

Food Distribution sites.pdf

Lincoln County School Nutrition will distribute Grab-N-Go bags through drive-through stations set up 11:00 am – 12:00 noon on March 23, 26, and 30 in the parking lots of the sites listed below. These bags will contain three -four days of breakfast and lunch meals for a child. All food will be shelf stable and/or cold food options. All children of Lincoln County are welcome to come and pick up meals for the week. A child, infant to age 18, MUST be present in order for a bag to be provided. Look for the School Bus!

Distance LEarning instructions

Update to Video: Packets will be available at the school Tuesday and Wednesday, not the board office.

Space Camp

Space Camp is closed for 2 weeks in precautions to the Coronavirus. We are in the process of rescheduling.

Student of the week!

Allie Robertson!

Lincoln-Wilkes Retired Educators

recognize LCMS students for Academic excellence

Thank you to the Lincoln-Wilkes Retired Educators today for recognizing our students for academic excellence! The following students were recognized for having a 95+ average in the first semester!

6th Grade

Katy Glenn Chapman, Nathanael Chiles, Ali Cox, Brayden Crook, Amelia Hall, John Hodnett, Kenya Jones, Mary Claire Matthews, Whitney McCauley, Kate McWhorter, Emily Minyard, Fortson Partridge, Allie Drake Robertson, Brooklyn Seagraves, Catherine Seals, Kylah Turner

7th Grade

Kaitlyn Banks, Timothy Brown, Emma Grace Cliatt, Jordin Hilton, Elizabeth McKenzie, Annalise Pearson, Brooke Phillips, Lily Ratliff, Savanna Starbuck, Aubrey Welch

8th Grade

Richard Boothe, Piper Buller, Naomi Chiles, Lorali Clark, Elizabeth Ferguson, Hannah Johnson, Ava McGill McWhorter, Kaylei Sick, Kayden Stafford, Eliza Treadwell, Cody Turner

Miss LCMS PAgeant!

Left to Right: Brooke Phillips, Emmie Minyard, Ali Cox, Elizabeth Ferguson

Congratulations to all our 2020 pageant winners and to all the girls that competed. Miss Congeniality and Miss 7th grade - Brooke Phillips, Miss 6th grade - Emmie Minyard , Miss LCMS 2020- Ali Cox, Miss 8th grade - Elizabeth Ferguson.

LCMS Anti-Bully T-Shirt Competition

Left to Right: John Hodnett (2nd Place); Amelia Hall (1st Place); Kayden Stafford (3rd Place)

Lincoln County Middle School students recently participated in a competition to see who could design the best Anti-Bullying t-shirt. Once submissions were narrowed down to 10, students had the opportunity to vote for the design of their choice. Congratulations to the following winners!

1st Place

Amelia Hall

2nd Place

John Hodnett

3rd Place

Kayden Stafford


Congratulations to Shamiyah Johnson and RJ Crite who were named REACH Scholars for the Lincoln County School System. After successfully completing the program and graduating from high school, these 8th graders will be awarded a $10,00 scholarship. REACH Scholars receive up to $2500 per year for up to four years to be used at a two or four year Georgia REACH eligible institution of their choosing. Realizing Educational Achievement Can Happen (REACH Georgia) is a needs-based scholarship that begins in 8th grade. REACH Scholars are paired with a mentor and an academic coach through high school. Scholars must maintain good grades (2.5 GPA in core courses), behavior, and attendance thought middle school and high school.

2019-2020 Jr. Beta Officers

Congratulations to the following students for being elected as Jr. Beta Club Officers for the 2019-2020 school year:

Ava McWhorter, President

Ny'ziah Cain, Vice-President

Piper Buller, Secretary

Emma Cliatt, Treasurer

Kaitlyn Banks, Reporter

Front: Ny'ziah Cain, Ava McWhorter, Piper BullerBack: Emma Cliatt, Kaitlyn Banks

lcms spirit week!

Spirit Week 2019-2020

Kaitlyn Banks Accepted to State Student Advisory Council

Congratulations to Kaitlyn Banks for being selected as a member of the State School Superintendent Richard Wood’s Student Advisory Council. Kaitlyn was accepted out of more than 1000 applications statewide and will be representing the students of Lincoln County Middle School while discussing education decisions made at the state level.

The Student Advisory Council looks for a range of students with diverse perspectives. To be appointed, students have to complete an application that includes several extended response questions and then be selected by the State Superintendent's office. Once selected, students meet with State Superintendent Richard Woods four times during the 2019-2020 school year. As part of the program, students also participate in a joint community service project on behalf of Georgia's students.

Congratulations Kaitlyn! We are excited for you and know you will do a great job representing the students of Lincoln County Middle School!

Publix Partners is turning groceries into education

LCMS parents, family and friends, please take a minute to go to and sign up to start earning money for LCMS. Please share this link so we can get the word out to everyone! We have earned $197.00 just from people entering their phone number at the checkout after they have signed up online. The high school has earned over $1000.00. Thank you for your support.

Over the years, Publix Partners has donated more than $36 million to over 4,600 schools and organizations.

Participating is easy. Simply sign up at , click Publix Partners, and select a school. Then enter your phone number every time you check out. We'll give back to the school of your choice.

Congratulations to the 2019-2020 DUKE TIP Students

Back Row: Landon Garrison, Christian Harris, Joseph Partridge, Nathaniel Delancey, Kaytlin Hathorn, Kaillen Tackett, Elizabeth Mckenzie Front Row: Ethan Riviere, Alton Deal, Timothy Brown, Savanna Starbuck, Lily Ratliff, Angel Carrol, Gerald Olson, Kalynn Bargeron

Sixteen 7th grade Lincoln County Middle School students have qualified for the Duke University Talent Identification Program (DUKE TIP). DUKE TIP is a nonprofit organization that recognizes academically talented students and provides them with advanced learning opportunities such as taking the regular ACT or SAT as a 7th grader. To qualify, 7th grade students must score at or above the 95th percentile on the Georgia Milestone or other qualifying assessments. Congratulations to the following students for being invited to join DUKE TIP: Kalynn Bargeron, Timothy Brown, Angel Carroll, Alton Deal, Nathaniel Delancey, Landon Garrison, Christian Harris, Kaytlin Hathorn, Ava Layton, Elizabeth McKenzie, Gerald Olson, Joseph Partridge, Lily Ratliff, Ethan Riviere, Savanna Starbuck, and Kaillen Tackett.

Lincoln County

Teacher of the Year

Mrs. Christie Bryan


Lincoln County middle school


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Students of the Week