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South Lincoln School Weekly Announcements March 9, 2015

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Events this Week

March 9 PTO Meeting @ 6:30 PM

March 12 Basketball Banquet

March 13 PTO Bake Sale

March 16-20th (Spring Break)


Lunch Menu for the Week

Not available at publication time. You may check the county website for the county menu www.lcdoe.org (Under "Department" - select School Nutrition and then click on menus)

March Student of the Month

Rachel Wells

4th grade

Parents: Pam Wells and Shane Wells

Favorite Subject: Math

Hobbies: Softball, Volleyball, Basketball, gymnastics, and Cheerleading

Future Career: Pediatric Doctor

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Sideline Chair Promotion

Forever be “on the BENCH” at South Lincoln - Show your South Lincoln Pride!

The South Lincoln basketball and volleyball programs are in need of sideline chairs. It is our goal to purchase 36 CUSTOM SIDELINE CHAIRS for basketball and volleyball to use during their games and matches. It is our desire to run first-class athletic programs; in order to do that, we must have that first-class look.

The customized chairs are $100 each. They will be customized specifically with our school logo and school colors. For each chair purchased, we will have a customized 3x5 plaque created honoring you and your donation. The plaques will be permanently secured on the back of the chairs in order for you to always be “on the bench” at South Lincoln.

See Coach Austin, Coach Beddingfield or Coach Wright for a form or for more information.

Coach Austin caustin@lcdoe.org

Coach Beddingfield mbeddingfield@lcdoe.org

Coach Wright titusw@lcdoe.org

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8th Grade Dance Information

The 8th Grade Annual Dance will be held on Saturday, April 18th at 6 PM. Pictures will be taken at 5 PM and the Grand March will be held at 6 PM. Tickets are on sale for $25.00. You may pay Mrs. Tammy Wright in Mrs. Doud's room. (Cash only).
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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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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 or drop them off, 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.

Also, please remember to display your "car tag number" when you are picking up students in the afternoon.

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. 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.

Sub Drivers Needed

Applications are now being taken for those interested in driving a school bus. For more information, you may contact Mr. Keith Gill (Supervisor of Transportation) at 433-5733 or email him at kgill@lcdoe.org
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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.