Ranger Elementary will be in remote status starting Monday, November 15th. There are multiple positive students with widespread exposure. All students are considered possible first line exposures. We ask that you quarantine at home until Saturday, November 20th and return to in-person on Monday, November 29th, after Thanksgiving break. We encourage anyone having allergy or cold-like symptoms to test. If you have questions, if your student has more than one symptom and/or tests positive please call school health at 304-825-5238.
about 1 year ago, Angie Urling
All students in Lincoln County Schools will be remote on Friday, November 12th. All employees are to report. School Health Services and the staff of the School Based Health Centers will be using this time to administer booster vaccines to our employees across the county. Thank you for your patience and understanding as we make decisions to provide the safest environment possible for our students and staff.
about 1 year ago, Angie Urling
Bus 160 will not be running this afternoon. Bus 2131, Bus 153 and Bus 163 will be bringing the students home this afternoon. The students will be 20 - 25 minutes later getting home this afternoon. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause as we continue to do our very best to cover vacant bus routes.
about 1 year ago, Peggy Stone
Duval Kindergarten and 1st grade students will be remote through Friday, November 12th. All K and 1st grade students are to be considered possible first line exposures. He/she must quarantine at home and return to school on Monday, November 15th. Packet pickup will be available at Duval PK-2 on Tuesday, November 9th from 5:30 - 7:00pm. Please contact the teacher to arrange for an earlier pickup time if needed. If your student has any allergy or cold like symptoms, please consider having them tested. Contact School Heallth at 304-825-5238 with any questions.
about 1 year ago, Lincoln County Schools
Hamlin PK-8 5th grade students will be remote through Friday, November 12th. All 5th grade students are to be considered first line exposures. He/she must quarantine at home until Friday, November 12th and return to school on Monday, November 15th. If your student has any allergy or cold like symptoms, please consider having them tested. Contact School Heallth at 304-825-5238 with any questions.
about 1 year ago, Lincoln County Schools
Harts PK-8 will remain remote on Thursday, November 4th. School Health Services has been notified of multiple positive individuals among students and staff. All students and staff will be remote. We encourage anyone having allergy or cold-like symptoms to test. If you have questions, if your student has more than one symptom and/or tests positive please call school health at 304-825-5238.
about 1 year ago, Lincoln County Schools
Ranger Elementary will resume in person learning on Thursday, November 4th. First grade students will remain remote, a separate call will be sent this evening. If your student is experiencing any allergy or cold symptoms, we ask that you keep them home to quarantine, have them tested, and notify school health of results at 304-825-5238.
about 1 year ago, Lincoln County Schools
Ranger Elementary will remain in remote status for Wednesday, November 3rd. There continues to be multiple staff members with pending tests and we believe it best to wait until those results are obtained. All students and staff will be remote. We encourage anyone having allergy or cold-like symptoms to test. If you have questions, if your student has more than one symptom and/or tests positive please call school health at 304-825-5238.
about 1 year ago, Angie Urling
Harts PK-8 will be remote on Wednesday, November 3rd. School Health Services has been notified of multiple positive individuals among students and staff. All students and staff will be remote to allow for contact tracing. We encourage anyone having allergy or cold-like symptoms to test. If you have questions, if your student has more than one symptom and/or tests positive please call school health at 304-825-5238.
about 1 year ago, Angie Urling
We will be using a new platform to push notifications and other information out to parents. This is a trial run, so please be patient with us.
about 1 year ago, Elizabeth
We are ready for Labor Day weekend!
about 1 year ago, Lincoln County Schools
There has been a recent uptick in COVID cases relevant to the Delta Variant. According to the WVDHHR map, Lincoln County remained green as late as Thursday, August 12, 2021. In anticipating the potential for increased cases and subsequent changes to our status on the map, we added COVID to the August 17, 2021, LCS Board agenda for discussion. Additionally, we requested guidance from the Lincoln County Health Department. As of Tuesday, August 17, 2021, Lincoln County was orange on the DHHR map. After discussion, Superintendent, Jeffrey Kelley, recommended the adoption of the Health Department's guidelines effective August 18, 2021. Lincoln County Schools will be adhering to the guidelines until further notice. These guidelines state masks are required on buses for students at all times and drivers when passengers are loading and unloading. Masks are recommended for students, staff, and visitors that are not fully vaccinated. Masks are required for all students, staff, and visitors when Lincoln County is Orange or Red on the DHHR Metrics map. Please review the guidelines posted on our district website and Facebook page. We remain diligent and dedicated to the health and safety of our students and staff. We appreciate your patience and understanding. A link to the guidance is below. https://5il.co/xeub
over 1 year ago, Angie Urling
We are excited to be launching our brand new website and app including a redesigned district logo this Summer!
over 1 year ago, Angie Urling
Have a great weekend!
over 1 year ago, Angie Urling
Happy Friday!
over 1 year ago, Angie Urling