Lincoln County High School News

November 5, 2021

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Dates to Remember

Nov. 11 - TN Promise Mandatory Meeting 10:00-11:00

Nov. 15 - CTSO Progressive Dinner FBLA/FFA

Nov. 22-26 - No School Thanksgiving Break

Dec. 13 - Mr. and Miss LCHS Ceremony

Dec. 17 - Students attend 1/2 Day

Dec. 20-Jan. 3 - Winter Break

Jan. 4 - Students Return

Jan. 17 - Martin Luther King Day - No School

Jan. 20 - FAFSA Workshop

Students of the Month

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Congratulations to our Students of the Month!

Freshman - Talan McMeen

Sophomore - Naila Martinez

Junior - Logan Carter

Senior - Isabella Smith

Fall EOC Testing Calendar

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Skyward

Use the link to sign in and check student grades.

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Yearbook Info!

Senior Quotes and Poses are due by Friday 11/5/2021. Google Form to submit senior quote can be found in student email from Mrs. Edie Martin.


Yearbook is looking for Contributing Editors - people with knowledge and/or experience in our various clubs, sports, and organizations. Contributing editors will consult on the information, names, and images used on their club or sport's page and will receive byline credit on the page itself. Excellent for portfolio development and evidence of school-wide involvement. A google form has been emailed to students.

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LCHS Facebook Page

For daily updates on news and information from our school, checkout Lincoln County High School's Facebook page!

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Robotics

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The Lincoln County Robotics Team is getting ready to participate in the North West Alabama Best Robotics Competition on November 20th in Muscle Shoals, AL. This year's game is called 'Demo Daze'. Teams are tasked with performing the operations at a demolition site including planning and executing a building demolition, construction security and safety measures at the site, clearing the site of trash and recapturing reusable and recyclable construction and demolition (C&D) materials resulting from the demolition activity. Demolition will be accomplished through robotic equipment either running autonomously or through control by an operator (driver), who must remain outside the boundaries of the site for safety reasons. A construction worker (spotter) is available to support loading the robotic equipment with some items used in the construction of safety measures at the site.

FFA

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The Lincoln County FFA Meat Evaluation Team competed on October 29th at the National Meat Evaluation Competition. The team placed Silver in the nation. Team members Ella Pollock, Jana Owen, and Nic Bradley were Silver Individuals and Josh Dye was recognized as a Bronze Individual.The National FFA Meats Technology and Evaluation CDE is a competitive event that tests students' skills and competencies in evaluating and identifying meat carcasses and products. Event components include a general knowledge exam; beef carcass evaluation; identification of wholesale and retail cuts of beef, lamb, and pork; quality and yield grading of beef carcasses; a team meat merchandising event; and solving of a meat formulation problem.
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Recent LCHS graduate and FFA member, Maggie Dunivan was recently recognized as one of the top four FFA members in the country for her Dairy Entrepreneurship Proficiency. Proficiencies are based on a student's Supervised Agriculture Education program that begins their first year in agriculture. Maggie's outstanding drive and passion for her family's dairy farm along with her awesome recordkeeping skills and vision for her future named her the State Winner back in June. Now she stands beside 750,000 members as one of the top four in the country. Maggie also competed in the Dairy Handler Activity at the National Convention and received a Gold recognition for her dairy cattle showing abilities. Way to go Maggie!
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Friday Library Finds Nov. 5, 2021

Digital Citizenship Info

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