Hamlin area - Bus 153 will not be running this afternoon. Bus 2131 will transport Big Laurel, Lower Big Creek and Cherry Street students who normally ride Bus 153. Bus 160 will transport Fez and main Upper Mud River Road students who normally ride Bus 153. The students who normally ride these three buses may be delayed in coming home. We apologize for any inconveniences this may cause.
Harts area: Bus 164 will not be running this morning. Bus 221 will be picking up the students that Bus 164 normally transports to school. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.
Hamlin PK-8 teacher Mrs. Davis created a reading lesson with fictional character Mary Baloney. She came in costume and arranged a reading tea party with her students that included scenery and refreshments. The students were excited and engaged in the lesson!
4th Graders at West Hamlin Elementary are having an i-Ready competition to see who can fill the pumpkin first. Students get to fill out a spot on the pumpkin with they get 100% scores on i-Ready assignments.
Midway Elementary 4th and 5th grade students took a field trip to the Boone County Courthouse to learn about government. They participated in several activities at the courthouse, including a mock trial.
Bus 222 will begin running at regular time beginning on Monday, October 10, 2022 for West Hamlin, Guyan Valley Middle School and Lincoln County High School students.
Students who ride bus 2131 and attend LCHS and Hamlin PK-8. Bus 2131 will not be running this afternoon. Bus 153 and Bus 160 will transport his student's home. Please expect the buses to be delayed.
Midway Elementary Students hard at work today on i-Ready. Our students love their i-Ready lessons. This is a hands on and engaging way for students to learn. Students and teachers get real time feedback on areas they are mastering, and areas for more growth!
The Ball Toyota Family donated more than $300,000 dollars to 261 schools in West Virginia to help schools start a "Virtual Pantry." All eight Lincoln County Schools were chosen to participate in this project. The schools were chosen with the help of the West Virginia Department of Education and Communities in Schools. What is the Virtual Pantry and how will it help students? QR codes and suggestion boxes will be placed in all LCS schools. If a student has a need for something, they can discretely scan the QR code or drop a note in the suggestion box detailing what they need. The school will then be able to fill the need for that student. LCS would like to thank the Ball Toyota Family, the WVDE, and Schools in Communities for giving back to our students. LCS Superintendent Jeff Kelley was at the event yesterday and said the following: "We have great staff in our schools that do a tremendous job helping our at risk kids. What the Ball family has done here has contributed even more to that. We greatly appreciate it and there is no doubt in my mind these funds are going to go to the kids who need it most."
The live stream for today's regularly scheduled board meeting can be accessed via our web site at 7:00 PM today, October 4, 2022. https://www.lcsdwv.com/page/live-streamed-board-meetings
West Hamlin 3rd Graders are working hard on their multiplication tables. They are working on their x2s and x10s!
West Hamlin, GVMS and LCHS students that ride Bus 2102 ( Four Mile Bus). Bus 2102 will not be running this morning, Tuesday, October 4th. Bus 2113 will be picking up the students on main Four Mile after he drops off his students at GVMS. He will leave GVMS at approximately 7:30 to begin up Main Four Mile. Students living on McClarity and Napier Fork will need to meet Bus 2113 at the mouth hollow and Four Mile. We apologize for the late notice and the inconvenience.
Bus 2135 will not be running Sugar Tree, Sycamore or Merriotts Creek tomorrow morning. Students can meet Bus 220 at the old Duval PK-8 building at 7:20 AM or Bus 163 at Billy’s Creek at 7:05 AM. We apologize for the inconvenience this may cause.
Last week 7th and 8th graders participated in the GearUp Leadership Academy at the Clay Center in Charleston. The academy helps to students to start thinking about their plans after high school. It is never too early to begin planning for the future, and our students had a great time! At the end of the event, an LCS student won a computer from AT&T in a random drawing!
Hamlin and LCHS Students: Bus 215 will not be running this afternoon, Friday, September 30th. Bus 2124 will transport the students that live on Scary Creek and all of the town of Hamlin that normally ride Bus 215. Bus 224 will transport the students on Camp Branch. Bus 212 will transport the students on Trace Creek. Parents should expect delays with all three of these buses this afternoon in delivering the students home.
Midway, Duval, and LCHS students: Bus 225 will not be running on Thursday, September 29th or Friday, September 30th. In the mornings, students who ride Bus 225 on Garrett’s Bend and Sumerco Mountain will be picked up by Bus 223. Bus 223 will leave Midway at approximately 7:20 AM to begin this route. Bus 1610 will pick up students on Cobbs Creek that normally ride Bus 225. In the afternoons, Bus 191 will transport student's home that live on Rt 3 and Bus 2115 will transport the students that transfer to Bus 223 at the Alum Creek Fire station. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.
Ranger Area - Bus 161 (Christy Bias - 10 Mile Bus) will not be running today, Thursday, September 29th. Bus 2140, Freddie Joe, will pick up the students that normally rides Bus 161 after he drops off his students at Ranger Elementary. He will leave Ranger Elementary at approximately 7:20 to begin the 10 Mile Run. In the afternoon, Bus 2140 and 213 will deliver the student's home, please expect delays. We apologize for any inconveniences this may cause.
The live stream for today's regularly scheduled board meeting can be accessed via our web site at 7:00 PM on September 27, 2022. https://www.lcsdwv.com/page/live-streamed-board-meetings
Due to a power outage, Lincoln County High School, Hamlin PK-8, and Duval PK-8 will be closed today, Monday, September 26. Central office personnel were notified of the outage at 5:30 AM. Essential employees report.
School Service Personnel are incredibly important to their schools. They cook warm meals, provide a safe and healthy environment to learn, drive our students to school, lend an ear to students, and so much more. Governor Jim Justice has declared today School Service Personnel Day. Thank you to all of the amazing LCS Service Personnel!