The Preschool and Kindergarten County-Wide makeup registration will still be held as scheduled today, March 24, from 12:00 - 6:00 PM at Hamlin United Methodist Church.
Duval PK-8 and Hamlin PK-8 will be releasing students at 9:00 AM today, Mach 24, due to a power outage and other facility concerns as a result of the storm that passed through the area early this morning. Parents and guardians, please make plans to receive your student at their regular bus stop location.
If you missed Preschool or Kindergarten Registration, we are having a make-up day tomorrow at Hamlin United Methodist Church from 12:00-6:00. Important items to bring are listed in the picture below. We hope to see you there!
The LCHS Educators Rising Students spent the last two days in Canaan Valley for the 2023 West Virginia Educators Rising State Leadership Conference. Students have been working on education related research and projects this year. At the conference, students present their research and highlight the work that has gone into the project. All of the students did a great job presenting their work, the future of education is in good hands. Below is a list of students who placed in the top 3 of their division. M.S. - Children's Literature, PK Division - 2nd Place Katie Browning - Lesson Planning and Delivery, Arts - 2nd Place Jasmine Vance - Lesson Planning and Delivery, STEM - 2nd Place Erica Sallee and Madelyn Hall - Teacher Created Materials - 2nd Place Lauren Lucas, Katie Browning, and Jaelyn Lucas - Inside our Schools Presentation - 3rd Place.
The West Virginia State Treasurer's Office brought their "Get A Life" program to Harts PK-8 yesterday. The program puts students into a real life scenario. Students are given a job and salary, and then must learn how to budget their money. The students learned about mortgages, utilities, groceries, insurance, etc.
The live stream for today's regularly scheduled board meeting can be accessed via our web site at 7:00 PM today, March 21, 2023. https://www.lcsdwv.com/page/live-streamed-board-meetings
Have you ever wanted to get behind the wheel of a school bus? Come try it out on Monday, March 27th in the LCHS parking lot. No need to RSVP, show up anytime (with a valid driver's license) between 4:00-7:00 in the evening, and you can take a school bus for a spin!
The leprechaun left behind a few Lucky Charms last week, so Midway Elementary 1st Graders are putting them to good use. Students are using the extra treats to learn how to graph data!
They're magically delicious! Third Graders at Midway Elementary are using Lucky Charms to learn how to compare and order fractions! No word on what happened to the Lucky Charms after the lesson.
LCS students traveled to Marshall University last week to compete in the Region II Math Field Day Competition. Region II is made up of Cabell, Mason, Mingo, Lincoln, Logan, and Wayne Counties. Students competed well and took home some hardware. Congratulations!! Winners, listed below, are moving on to the state Math Field Day Competition!
Interested in driving some of the best students in WV to and from school? Want to take those students on field trips and athletic trips? We have a School Bus Operator Training Class starting this Monday, March 13th. The class is at the LCS Transportation Office in Hamlin, and it will run for two weeks from 5-9 in the evening. Come check it out! If you have any questions, give us a call.
The live stream for today's regularly scheduled board meeting can be accessed via our web site at 7:00 PM today, March 7, 2023. https://www.lcsdwv.com/page/live-streamed-board-meetings
We have some STATE CHAMPS! The LCHS Panther Way Healthcare Students competed this weekend at Marshall University for the West Virginia HOSA State Leadership Conference. They did an amazing job, and the results speak for themselves! THREE 1st Place finishes and six awards overall. Incredible job representing LCHS and Lincoln County! The awards are listed below. These students are moving on to the HOSA International Leadership Conference in Dallas, Texas. 1st Place—Public Service Announcement Emily Dial Jenna Gue Haley Neace Nevaeh Wood 1st Place—Medal Innovation Macy Hill Madison Miller 1st Place—Medical Reading Piper Payne 2nd Place—Research Poster Brianna Stickler 2nd Place—Clinical Specialty Jennifer Eplin 3rd Place—Research Writing/Speaking Kyleigh Peters
Due to pending weather forecasts and safety concerns, LCS will be dismissing students two hours early today, March 3.
Today is National Read Across America Day which coincides with Dr. Seuss's birthday! Harts PK-8 students dressed up to promote the importance of reading! All LCS schools have had a great week celebrating literacy and have read some great books. Did your student dress up today? Let's see some wacky outfits in the comments!
More from Educators Rising! Jasmine Vance is also in the Educators Rising CTE Program at LCHS. Yesterday afternoon, Jasmine was at Harts PK-8 to teach a lesson to kindergartners. Jasmine read them the book "The Floor is LAVA." Afterwords, students drew pictures showing how they would get the characters from the book across a lava floor. They finished up the lesson by building a bridge across a light box, which represented lava, to get their bears across the box. Jasmine was excellent with the students, and the little ones had a great time!
Katie Browning is an LCHS student with plans of being a teacher one day. Katie participates in the high school's Educators Rising CTE program. This program works with students starting in high school who are interested in becoming teachers. Today, Katie taught a lesson at Hamlin PK-8 to Ms. Kristie's Kindergarten Class. Students learned how to fold paper into different shapes to make a 3-D model. They all had a blast and Katie did an amazing job leading the lesson!
The live stream for today's regularly scheduled board meeting can be accessed via our web site at 7:00 PM today, February, 28 2023. https://www.lcsdwv.com/page/live-streamed-board-meetings
Earlier this month, we asked students to print off pictures to color and write messages on for our LCS Bus Drivers for Love the Bus Month. Throughout February, our drivers have been given some wonderful drawings. Each one is hanging in the hallway in the transportation office, and our drivers love seeing them every morning! Thank you to all the parents, guardians, and students for taking some time to show some love to our bus drivers.
The #1 middle school robotics coding team in the NATION is right here in Lincoln County! Congratulations to the GVMS team on their hard work and dedication to their craft. The team also ranks #11 in the nation for all middle schools and high schools. The GVMS team, along with several other LCS robotics teams, are heading to Nationals! We'll post a full list of LCS national qualifying teams soon!