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South Lincoln School Weekly Newsletter February 8, 2016

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February Student of the Month

Riley Burt

3rd Grade

Parents: Troy and Cherrye Burt

Favorite Subject: Reading

Hobbies: Basketball and Coloring

Future Career: Doctor

Football Boston Butt BBQ Sale

South Lincoln Boston Butt BB-Q Sale


Players have been given two ($40) tickets, for two Boston Butts. Each ticket or money needs to be turned in by MARCH 11th. Players need to try and sell two Boston Butts. If a player wants to or can sell more please do. This fundraiser will be to pay for all football expenses. Paint, Gas for mower, Pads, Officials, Etc.…

There is a limited number of Boston Butts to be cooked, because of the size of the smoker.

· March 11th, money turn in day.

· April 2nd, Pick-up day. 1-3pm @ South Lincoln.

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February Teacher of the Month - Horace Mann Insurance Sponsor

Congratulations to Mr. Mike Mynatt for being selected as the Horace Mann Insurance February Teacher of the Month for South Lincoln School. Rob and Kim Joyner of Horace Mann Insurance is the sponsor for the teacher of the month program for South Lincoln.

Events this Week

Tues - Progress Report

Jump Rope for Heart

Each Friday in February will be HAT DAY in order to help us raise money for Jump Rope for Heart and Hoops for Heart. All the money we collect during February through Jump Rope for Heart and Hoops for Heart will be donated directly towards the American Heart Association. Our goal this year is to raise $3,000; last year we were able to donate $2,300 with everyone's help.

In order to wear a hat, students must play $1 and receive a small smiley face sticker from either Coach Wright or Coach Austin.

Each Friday will its own special color...


Feb. 12 GREEN

Feb. 19 BLUE

Feb. 26 YELLOW

Thank you so much for all your help!

Coach Austin

Coach Wright

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Read Across America: Feb 29 - March 4

Read Across America Week is coming up soon, February 29-March 4. Just a heads up-- we will be celebrating this year with dress up days, guest readers in the library, and a Dr. Seuss door contest. I will give out more information soon, but I thought you might want some advanced notice.

Mrs. Hardin

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Yearbooks on Sale - Time Running Out

Yearbooks are now on sale. Yearbooks are $30.00 until Friday February 5th. After February 5th, the price goes to $35.00. You can also order online at www.jostenyearbooks.com and search for South Lincoln School. .
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Lunch Menu for the Week

You may check the county website for the county menu www.lcdoe.org (Under "Department" - select School Nutrition and then click on menus) or you may follow the Eagle Café on Facebook or Twitter.
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Eagle Cafe News

Wanna know what menu is being served in the lunchroom? The cafeteria now has a Facebook and Twitter Account. On Facebook we are SL Eagle Cafe and on Twitter @sleaglecafe
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Washington DC Trip - Spring 2016

A trip is being planned to tour Washington DC during Spring Break 2016. For information, you may contact Mr. Harry pharry@lcdoe.org
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Library News

The South Lincoln Library is now on Twitter and Instagram. Stay up to date with new books in our library collection for different age groups that your children would enjoy and special events hosted by the school library. (Just another way of staying connected to your child's school programs).

Car Rider Drop-Off Reminders

Parents with students that are car riders need to drop off students on the East end of building and not in front of the school. The only students that are to be dropped off in front of the building are students that are boarding buses for NGA and LCHS. As you line up on Cash Road to pick up children afternoon or drop them off morning, please stay on the "right" side of the Cash Road. This will allow property owners who live on Cash Road the ability to exit out of their driveway onto Cash Road and then turn on to Smith Mill Road. After you (drop off/pick-up) your child/children, you will turn right and drive in front of the school and exit the school grounds in our Main Exit on the West Side of the campus. Our main entrance will be utilized by buses and employees in the morning and buses in the afternoon.

All parents/guardians need to display their car hang tag number because we utilize the numbers to match the students. If you have someone else picking up your child/children, please ask them to display a sheet of paper with your child’s number on it.

Car riders are not to be dropped off/picked up in the front of the school unless parents are coming into to meet with a teacher or staff member.

You will use the same car tag & number as you used last year. If you have a student that needs a car rider number, an area will be set up Wednesday morning to register for car rider numbers.

We thank you for your continued help in ensuring safety for all of our student body.

Bad Weather, Snow Days, etc

If weather conditions create a change in the regular school day, announcements regarding early dismissal will be made on WYTM-FM & WEKR-AM (Fayetteville) Radio Stations, School Notify Me, School Facebook and Twitter. Parents will also receive the automated call from the department of education if schools are to be delayed, released early or cancelled. The contact numbers that parents listed for emergency calls were entered in the data base at the beginning of the school year in order to receive these calls. If you change your contact numbers, please update your contact information in the schools office.These announcements will also be made on local Huntsville television stations (19,31, & 48) They will be made on Nashville television stations also. (2,4, & 5). Please try not to call the school unless you need to make changes to your child's transportation.


South Lincoln School serves grades K-8, with an enrollment near 700 students. We strive to provide a safe, positive environment, in which students' individual needs are met through a variety of instructional strategies.

Mission: Our mission is to provide all students with the skills needed for a lifetime of learning, economic success, and good citizenship.