Lincoln County High School News
March 10, 2023
Dates to Remember
March 13-17 - Spring Break (NO SCHOOL)
March 21 - Junior ACT test day
March 30 - Anastasia 7:00
March 31 - Anastasia 7:00
April 1 - Anastasia 2:00 & 7:00
April 2 - Anastasia 2:00
April 7 - Good Friday - No School
April 13 - Dual Enrollment Meeting for Motlow and TCAT Shelbyville
April 18 - 28 - EOC Testing
April 27 - Evening with the Stars
April 29 - Prom
May 15 - Field Day
May 18 - Staff Development NO SCHOOL
May 19 - Last Day of School for Students 1/2 Day
May 19 - Graduation at 7:30
Lincoln County Schools Principal of the Year
LCHS Welcomes Home Mr. Lynn Cothren
Award-winning activist and noted speaker Lynn Cothren came ‘home’ to Lincoln County
High School to share his message with students on the stage where he spent many
hours over 40 years ago. Through his experiences growing up in Fayetteville to
crisscrossing the globe, Lynn shared the importance of home, friendships, and
relationships. He believes it is difficult in our ever-changing world, for young people
today to find their voice and shared that it is important for us all to become better
For nearly twenty-three years Lynn Cothren served as Special Assistant to the late Mrs.
Coretta Scott King, founder of The Martin Luther King, Jr. Center for Nonviolent Social
Change in Atlanta, Georgia. Cothren crisscrossed the globe alongside Mrs. King and
counts among his biggest contributions assisting in the production and coordination of
the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. federal birthday observance, the unveiling of Dr. King’s
1999 commemorative postage stamp, and serving as Program Chair for the 40th
Anniversary March on Washington in Washington, DC.
From 2005 – 2012, Cothren served as Director of Administration, Office of the CEO &
National President at Girl Scouts USA in New York City under the leadership of Kathy
Cloninger. Cloninger, a prominent Tennessean, is the author of Tough Cookies: What
100 Years of the Girl Scouts Can Teach You About Business and Life. His leadership
role at Girl Scouts USA included developing and implementing organizational strategies
and policies that enable girls to build courage, confidence, and character, and make the
world a better place. Specifically, he was a major contributor in assisting in the
realignment of the national office by decreasing the number of councils from 313 to 112
high-capacity councils. These changes resulted in a more efficient and productive
Currently, Cothren serves as the Operations Manager and Special Assistant for the
Tennessee Human Rights Commission. As an integral member of the executive team,
he works in partnership with the Executive Director on all facets of agency operations,
education and outreach, and as a liaison between the agency, its stakeholders, and the
Food Pantry Donations
LCHS Student Council members collected donations for our Falcon Pantry to support TASC's state project.
Each month, Student Council members decorate a calendar board for to keep students informed of events and activities happening in our school.
Two Junior Student Council Members, Sam Ogle and Emily Swinney, attened SCOPE at Bellmont University. These ladies were able to debate educational policy with other students from across the state.
Food Pantry Donations
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Junior ACT Date
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Mock Interviews took place this week at Lincoln County High School! We enjoyed being able to host our first ever mock interviews for seniors. This provides students with the ability to improve their skill sets and reduce anxiety for future “real” interviews.
Thank you to Fayetteville-Lincoln County Partners in Education for helping to organize this event! Thank you to our interviewers for taking time out of your day!