- Student Life
November 6-10, 2017
All students are encouraged to take part in College Week. Students may wear college apparel in place of LCS Uniform/Dress Code.
Lincoln Charter is mapping the colleges and universities of staff, alumni and parents. Please complete the college map form if you would like to be a part of the Lincoln Charter Oh the Places We Go Map!
Veterans Day Program
Friday, November 10th
Doors open at 12:45pm – program will end by 2:15pm
This year’s program will offer every Lincoln Charter student the opportunity to interact with a Veteran. The Program will begin with a traditional program in Machado Gymnasium for Veterans and their student host. Following the program Veterans and students will transition to smaller sessions that will allow students to participate in a Q&A session with Veterans. The theme of the event is All-American and will include an All-American snack for everyone! We are encouraging staff and students to dress in Red, White and Blue (must meet HS Dress Code and be respectful of the flag).
Click here to register to host a Veteran(s). Register by November 8th at 3:00pm.
In addition to the annual program, Lincoln Charter is partnering with the USO and Operation Phone Home to collect funds to support phone calls home during the holidays. The goal is for every student and staff member to donate $1.00 to the program. Funds will be collected during the event on November 10th. This is a great way for us to honor those that are currently serving abroad.
Homecoming 2017 Greek Week
Spirit Week, November 13-17
All students and staff are encouraged to participate in Homecoming Spirit Week. K-8 students are not required to meet K-8 dress code requirements if they are participating in the Spirit Week theme days (please adhere to HS Dress Code). All grade levels are required to follow meet HS Dress Code during spirit days.
|Day of the Week||Greek God||Theme|
|Monday||Poseidon||Tacky Tourist||Rock that tacky shirt, with some baggy pants and a fanny pack!|
|Tuesday||Artemis||Country vs. Country Club||Choose your style – country club preppy or camo and overalls|
|Wednesday||Athena||College Rivalry||College football is filled with college rivalries! Who do you cheer for?|
|Thursday||Apollo||Battle of the Music Genres||It’s a Battle of the Bands – country, rap, beach, heavy metal, jazz, folk, blues or reggae|
|Friday||Dionysus||Toga Party||The Toga was inspired by the greeks, but perfected by the Romans.|
|A toga, simply described, is a long piece of fabric draped over the shoulders in one of several ways. It was usually worn over some kind of tunic or other undergarment.|
Homecoming Games, November 17th vs. Lake Norman Charter
4:00pm JV Men’s Basketball
5:30pm Varsity Women’s Basketball
7:00pm Court Presentation
7:30pm Varsity Men’s Basketball
Yearbooks for each level are on sale through Jostens now. LCS produces three different yearbooks, and direct links to purchase yours are below. Order online by November 24th for the lowest price.
Please note that students in both Lincolnton and Denver share a combined book at each level, so there is no need to differentiate between campuses.
November 14, from 8:45am – 1:00pm
You can help to save up to three lives in the local community. Community Blood Center of the Carolinas will be hosting this blood drive from 8:45am-1:00pm November 14..
Everyone is welcome to donate! We collected 52 units at your first blood drive so we are well on our way to achieving the $2500 automatic student scholarship!
To sign up, please go to the High School front office to fill a time slot. Please note: All 16 year old students must have a signed permission form to donate. The permission forms are at the front office. All signed permission forms need to be turned into the front office. If you have already filled one out, you do NOT have to do another form.
If interested in volunteering or have additional questions, please call or email Lois at 704-483-6611, Lois Strain .
Our Eagles XC team has again made history! Both the Men’s and Women’s teams finished runner-up in the NCHSAA XC Championships this past weekend. The men were paced by Drew Zink’s 3rd place finish (16:44) and the women were led by Emily Elliott’s 9th place finish (20:29.)
Fall Season Summary
5 HS (SPAC) Championships
1 HS (SPAC) Runner-up
1 MS Championship
2 MS Runner-Ups
3 Regional (NCHSAA) Championships
1 individual (NCHSAA) Runner-up
2 State (NCHSAA) Runner-ups
5 HS (SPAC) Coach-of-the-Year Awards
Box Top Contest
The Fall Box Top Contest was a HUGE success and we couldn’t have done it without you! There were over 12,000 box tops turned in, earning $1,200 for our school!
Congratulations to Mrs. Boner’s 2nd grade class for winning our first contest of the year and ice cream sundaes for their class. While Middle School did not meet their collection goal, they did earn a nest point for each box top turned in!
With last year’s funds, we were able to update the sound system for the Lower School Gym and purchase new PE equipment for Middle School. This year we hope to upgrade the Walkie Talkies for the Lower School and purchase benches/picnic tables for our campus.
Start clipping those Tops to get ready for our next contest in January.
Teacher Breakfast Tomorrow Morning
Our monthly Teacher Breakfast will be provided tomorrow morning for all K-12 teachers. Your donations make this possible and it’s always a wonderful treat for the staff! These are provided the second Wednesday of each month.
Middle School Moments
8th Grade Atlanta Trip
Fundraising through Attractions Dining and Value Guide will continue through 11/17.
All MS students will be participating in a weekly course designed to identify and understand the positive and negatives of their digital footprint. Lessons will revolve around cyberbullying, online etiquette, technology career paths and social media. The goal is to also provide a parent night that highlights how to keep your students safe while online.
High School Happenings
Homecoming Dance (Grades 9-12)
Saturday, November 18th, 7:30-10:30pm – Machado Gymnasium
Tickets available on MPP until November 10th at noon
$15.00 advance purchase
$20.00 at the door
Non-LCHS Guest Form
Yearbook Recognition Ads
Senior Ad Prices increase on November 20th.
Now is the time to start gathering those photos of your “babies” young and old. In addition to high school seniors, elementary and middle school “graduates” will have the opportunity to be featured in the ads section of their respective yearbooks this year. Go to Jostens.com to upload pictures, enter your message, choose your layout and pay for your ad.