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LCS School Board Nominations and Election
Dear LCS Parents,
It is time to begin planning for our next year at Lincoln Charter, which means school board nominations and election. The selection process for new board members will soon begin and we need you! Please consider serving as a leader on the school board.
Each year we strive to present a slate of people who possess various talents and skills that compliment each other to create a dynamic board of directors. We need people with insight and ideas to ensure steady progress into the future by keeping with Lincoln Charter’s vision and mission. This is a continuous process that requires evaluation and implementation of strategies by its leaders, faculty and administrators.
Please consider those willing to give of their time and talents to keep LCS a sought after place for children to receive an outstanding education.
School Board elections will be held in May via electronic format.
Below are some guidelines for your consideration for nominating prospective members for our Board of Directors. The LCS website gives an in-depth description of Board operational goals, legal status, powers and responsibilities, authority, liability and other qualifications of board members.
ATTRIBUTES of an EXCELLENT BOARD MEMBER
No personal agenda: Someone with a flexible mind-set, who is respectful of others while demonstrating mature, responsible, and logical reasoning skills, creates an atmosphere that facilitates progress for all children. A board member represents all 2000+ students. He/she does not represent an individual student, class, school division, campus or special interest. Each board member must adhere to a strict conflict of interest policy.
Team Player: Board members must work well with others toward achieving a common goal. Understanding that LCS is multiple campuses, but one school with one spirit is critical. Concurrently, board members need to understand that each campus has somewhat different needs and that decisions must be made on the basis of what is best for the school as a whole.
Leadership Qualities: A board member should be a community leader, and/or someone who volunteers their time to benefit their local church, neighborhood, charity or non-profit organization.
Time Commitment: Members are charged with a serious responsibility. They are not merely a hierarchical group who meets once per month to vote on a line-item agenda. Board members are expected to be at all monthly meetings which last from 1-2 hours and meet every 4th Monday of the month.
Willing Volunteer: Members are expected to contribute several hours per month outside of the regularly scheduled meeting toward the benefit of LCS. This includes committee leadership or other school wide volunteer opportunities. Our directors should be the most dedicated and participating members of the LCS family, leading by example.
Please consider a nomination for a Lincoln Charter Board member, or serving on a committee. It is a rewarding experience!
The LCS School Board nominating committee is now accepting nominations for the two parent elected positions on the 2017-2018 School Board. If you would like to nominate someone or if you would like to self nominate, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please contact the school board via email with any questions you may have at email@example.com
LCS School Board
As the school year comes to a close, be remember to log LSE Hours. Click here for instructions.
Presidential Volunteer Service Award
In order to be considered for the PVSA, you must complete this form by May 1st. Hours must be logged on the PVSA site.
7th Inning Stretch
We would like to take this opportunity to update everyone on Monday’s very successful 7th Inning Stretch Day. With the support of our students, staff, parents and community, we were able to raise over $4,000 for the North Carolina Chapter of the ALS Association in Raleigh. The overall goal was to raise awareness and provide help and support for local families affected by ALS.
In addition to educating our students and raising awareness about a fatal disease, here are some of the other highlights of the day:
The day and its successes could not have happened without the support of our families and the hard work of our many volunteers.
Registration for Accepted NEW LCS students
If you have received an e-mail confirmation from Robin Harwood that your child has been accepted for the 2017-18 school year, you must attend one of the two registration sessions this week: Tuesday, April 11th or Thursday, April 13th from 5:30-7:30 PM.
Please bring with you the following items:
Copy of recent utility bill
Previous school report card and/or IEP, 504 records
KG health screening for rising KG (and anyone child coming from a private/homeschool in any grade)
We look forward to serving you. Several LCS entities will be available at this session: After-school care, transportation, MyPayments Plus, Sports Boosters, PTO, Odyssey of the Mind, Apple A Day, LCS Summer Camps
MS Team and HS Golf Spring Picture – 4/13/17 – 3:00-5:00pm Machado Gym
Paws at the Park – 4/27/17 – Bring your pet(s) to the MS games for a fun day at the LCS athletic complex – more information to come
Elementary Spring Parties this Week- Friday
Friday, April 14th 9:30-11:00am
Please arrive through Elementary School front doors to sign-in.
Parents arriving early can wait in the PTO Hospitality room until 9:30am
Teacher Breakfast – Second Wednesday of Each Month
Volunteers are still needed for 4/12 and 5/10.
Please consider signing up to send something in.
Donuts with Dad – Friday, April 28th
7:30-8:30am – Lower Building Gym/Multi-Purpose Room
K-6 Dads and their Students are invited for light refreshments.
Students must be accompanied by a parent.
Calling all Moms! – Volunteers needed the night before and during the event.
Congratulations to the LCS Odyssey of the Mind Elementary teams
We’re so proud to announce that our two teams had a fantastic showing at State Finals! Our elementary team finished 2nd in their division and is advancing to the World Finals at Michigan State May 24-27! Congratulations to Robbie Stoffel, Luke Malta, Silas McConnell, Ella Plemmons, Carissa Ralph, and Mallory Patjas. Our middle school team finished 4th in their division and had a very strong performance as well. Congratulations to this team for their incredible season of competition.
News@LCS – Student-run Newspaper
Mr. Bryant’s Blog
Check out Mr. Bryant’s Blog for information and happenings at Lincoln Charter School.
The LCS School Board nominating commit