8th Grade Band Performs With LHS Marching Band
The LMS 8th grade band performed with the LHS Marching Band Friday, October 31 at the home football game. The game was delayed due to bad weather, but the students performed the National Anthem before getting out of the storm. Despite the poor conditions, students persevered and represented LMS with pride and dignity.
Students in Mrs. Klabo's class have been learning about parts of speech. First students brainstormed words together. Second, they sorted words into parts of speech. Then they came up with 2 classifications for each part of speech (i.e.: abstract and concrete nouns). Then they drew labeled pictures to match each word they wrote down. Finally, the pictures were randomly distributed and students had to reclassify them and glue them on the parts of speech poster. They did a great job!
LMS Boys Soccer Team Wins Conference Championship
The LMS Boys Soccer Team won the Tri-County Conference Championship, capping off a perfect 12-0 season. This is the second year in a row they have won the championship. The team hasn't lost a game since the first game of the 2013 season, ending the season on a 23 game winning streak.
Students in Mr. Hull's Technology classes get to experience some of the newest and most intriguing technology around. Here, some 8th grade students are watching a 3-D printer in action. The 3-D printer is part of the new Technology Lab at LMS where students are learning a variety of new technologies including STEM, Robotics, and Manufacturing.
Monday, September 15th from 3:30-5:00 in room 601.
All 6th grade students must have the TDAP immunization by September 23 or they will not be permitted to attend school.
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Parent Portal Open's Sept. 9th
The Home Base PowerSchool Parent Portal will be available beginning on September 9, 2014.
Parents with children in Lincoln County Schools may use the Parent Portal to see grades, attendance, class schedules and other information. The Parent Portal is a convenient, secure Internet-based program that makes it easy for parents to monitor and track their child’s academic progress. The program is made available through the N.C. Department of Public Instruction.
There is no cost to use PowerSchool, but a computer with Internet access will be needed to view the website. If the internet is not available in the home, parents may access the Parent Portal using computers available at public library branches.
Lincoln County Schools has an instructional video and other support documents for parents that are available on the LCS website http://www.lincoln.k12.nc.us/site_res_view_template.aspx?id=9aef6212-97a1-4606-862e-e4806424ee3b.