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Presidential Volunteer Service Award
Congratulations to the following students who have earned the Presidential Volunteer Service Award for the 2016-2017 School Year. Each of the recipients will receive a letter from President Trump, a certificate and a medal for their award. We thank each of these individuals for their commitment to service!
Seniors who received the award will be presented with their medal at the GRAD. All other award recipients may pick up their award after May 24th at the front desk.
|GOLD AWARD||SILVER AWARD||BRONZE AWARD|
|Audrey Barlow||Kadence Dalton||Cole Aganad|
|Mackenzie Bianco||Heather Hunnicutt||Mason Akerblom|
|Destini Bishop||Camden Hutchinson||Reah Barger|
|Megan Brailey||Nahi Nadra||Matthew Bianco|
|Alexis Cespedes||Chandler Rabalais||Caity Born|
|Raquel Cespedes||Kenny Schild||Grace Burgin|
|Rebekah Cespedes||Giovanna Solorzano||Brittany Dixon|
|Kamden Dalton||Alli Upchurch||Bentley Earnest|
|Emily Fricker||Madison Wilson||Karen Gorman|
|Lenora Frietch||Alyssa Wright||Samuel Jacob|
|William Frietch III||Trevor Kitsinian|
|Ryan Givens||Abigail Knight|
|Samantha Grembecki||Emma Lasarsky|
|Sarah Grembecki||Grace Lasarsky|
|Grace Holderby||Addison Pearson|
|Jordan Kerr||Sydney Pearson|
|Andrew Lambrecht||Davis Reed|
|Jackson Law||Robert Renegar|
|Susannah Lester||Emily Roberts|
|William Lester||Haley Robinson|
|Britney Male||Grace Stevens|
|Edouard Nadra||Jake Stoner|
|Nicolas Nadra||Jesse Stoner|
|Catherine Neel||Madison Taylor|
|Ryan O’Connor||Anthony Tomasetti|
|Lottie Pate||Nicolas Tomasetti|
|Tanvi Patel||Sydney Upchurch|
|Sarah Post||Rebecca Wilz|
|Kensley Poulos||Olivia Wootton|
Class of 2029 Kindergarten Graduation
Wednesday, May 24th
Class of 2024 Promotion
Wednesday, May 24th
Class of 2021 MS Graduation
Wednesday, May 24th
Class of 2017 HS Graduation
Friday, May 26th
End of Year Exams
All EOGs and EOCs must be administered during the last 10 days of school. It is imperative that all students be in attendance and complete these exams on the scheduled days.
Mr. Bryant’s Blog
Check out Mr. Bryant’s Blog for information and happenings at Lincoln Charter School. All parents are encouraged to complete this year’s end-of-year survey – contained in this week’s blog.
– NCHSAA State Track and Field Meet- 5/20
– Heart of a Champion- 5/20
– MS Awards Night- 5/23– 6pm
– HS Spring Awards Night- 5/23– 7:30pm
LCS Fall Tryout Dates
HS Fall Tryouts – 7/31-8/3
MS Fall Tryouts – 8/16-8/18
LCS Golf has added another state championship banner to the wall. Our boys won the NCHSAA 1A state championship by 13 strokes over CSD at Whispering Pines. The Eagles were led by Justin Morgan (+3), Harrison Hall and William Crook (+9) over the two day 36 hole tournament. Dylan Land (+25), Harrison Hall (+12), and Jake Houser (+27) all contributed in a strong final day to bring home the team championship. Congratulations to our great coaches and athletes!
Congratulations to our HS track members that will move on to the NCHSAA State Meet this coming Saturday – Michaela Gammon, Caity Born, and Drew Zink made it to states in individual events. Also, the Girls 4×800 Meter Relay 1) Caity Born 2) Maggie Hoey 3) Emma Lasarsky 4) Michaela Gammon 5) Jenna Griggs
Congratulations to the Varsity Softball team for advancing to the 3rd round of the state playoffs. Our girls defeated North Stokes 11-8 and will take on Roxboro Charter at LCS, Tuesday night at 5pm.
Both V Soccer and V Baseball lost Saturday night in the 2nd round of the state playoffs. V Soccer lost to Union Academy 2-0 and V Baseball lost 2-1 to East Montgomery. Both teams had great seasons and we are very proud of their hard work.
HS Tennis had Parker Powell take 3rd place in the state in the individual’s tournament in Cary, NC. Jackson Law and Jimmy Sherrill also played well in the state doubles tournament and made LCS proud.
In need of volunteers for this year’s Field Day. This year we will have Olympic-styled events. If you are available to help from 8:00 – 11:30, please contact Frank Sundry.
High School Happenings
Class of 2017
Graduation and the GRADs are just around the corner. All graduation tickets have been accounted for and there are no additional tickets remaining at this time.
Important Graduation Information:
It is the responsibility of each graduate to open the email from eventbrite and print the graduation tickets.
Every person (regardless of age) entering the building is required to have a graduation ticket to scan at check-in. No pets are allowed.
Doors will open at 5:30pm. There are 3 entrances into graduation; front lobby entrance, athletic fields entrance and the concession stand entrance. Each entrance is stationed by staff who will scan tickets for entrance into the ceremony.
Graduates will report to the MS awning entrance no later than 6:00pm. Only graduates may enter through the door at the MS awning. Graduates will remain in the MS hall until the procession begins. Graduates will be dismissed from the MS hall, immediately following the graduation ceremony.
Graduates are required to return their gowns after the graduation ceremony. Graduation gowns may be checked out to be worn home, but must be returned no later than 2:00pm on Tuesday, May 30th. Gowns that are not returned by Tuesday, May 30 at 2:00pm will incur a $150 fee. Caps and tassels are not required to be returned.
Dress requirement for graduates:
White collar button down long sleeve shirt
Dark colored dress pants and dark dress shoes
Non-distracting tie that complements the red, white and blue color scheme
No halter tops
Dresses or skirts, No pants
Dress shoes (no flip flops or heels over 3 inches, etc.)
Cords will be dispersed when graduates arrive on Graduation day.
LCS Lifer Cord – Red, White and Blue
Beta Club Cord – Gold Cord
Latin Honor Cord(s)
Summa Cum Laude – bronze, silver and gold
Magna Cum Laude – bronze and silver
Cum Laude – bronze
The fee for cords will be invoiced to each graduate through MPP next week. Cords are keepsakes for graduates. The maximum number of cords a graduate can earn is 5 cords. The maximum fee is $30.00.
Applications for the 2017-2018 Leadership Institute will be released in August. The program is undergoing an expansion and will have multiple levels of opportunity for participation. Look for more information in August.