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Thank you for helping to spread holiday cheer! The 20 Angels that were adopted have certainly been blessed by the Lincoln Charter Community. What a great way to show empathy through service. The members of Leadership Institute thank you and wish you a Happy Holiday!
Lincoln Charter Mountain Bike Club
Used Bike Drive
As we approach this upcoming holiday season, it would be great to give less fortunate children a Christmas gift of a bicycle. The Mountain Bike Club of Lincoln Charter has partnered with the Denver Fire Department to make that happen. We will be collecting used bikes to give to the Denver Fire Department to distribute to local children who otherwise would not have a bike. The club will clean and make minor repairs to any bike that needs a little love. Please contact David Balok to arrange pick-up or if you have any questions.
Congratulations to Daniel Moazzami, 8th grade Denver, for winning the Lincoln Charterl Spelling Bee. The 1st runner up was Nic Munro-Tavormina, 7th grade Denver, and 2nd runner up was Lauren Byers, 8th grade Lincolnton. Daniel will now compete in the Regional Spelling Bee, date is to be announced. Photo 1, Photo 2, Photo 3, Photo 4
Thank you to all of our classroom participants and the runner ups for attending the Spelling Bee.
Holy Angels Hoops & Halos Tip Off Classic
December 16th – Forestview High School
Lincoln Charter Varsity Men’s Basketball team has been invited to participate in the annual tournament presented by Belmont Abbey.
Purchase advance tickets for $10.00 or $12.00 at the door
January 19th – Lincolnton Campus
More Details to Follow
Looking for gift ideas? New Eagles Booster Athletic Items now on sale online! Awards Express LCS Booster Wear Site
Warm winter hat! Lanyard! Tumbler! Seat cushion! Stadium blanket! (Earrings coming soon!) Embroidered logo items can be customized to include the name of your sport! Items can be shipped directly to your house (or picked up from Awards Express for free)!
Teacher Breakfast Wednesday
December’s Teacher Breakfast is tomorrow morning. This event will be catered by Chillin’ and Grillin’. Thank you for your donations to PTO which enable us to provide this monthly treat for our wonderful staff. These are held the second Wednesday of every month.
Elementary Winter Holiday Program
Tuesday, December 19th, 6:30pm (6pm student dropoff)
This is always a great evening and a wonderful way to get in the Holiday spirit. It is held in the Upper Building Machado Gym. Elementary students should be dropped off at the Upper Bldg by 6:00pm, wearing Red Uniform Shirts and Khaki bottoms. Please email Elementary Music Teacher, Tracy Lykes, with any questions.
Used Uniform Sale (Tentative – Help Needed)
We are hoping to have this prior to the Elementary Winter Program on December 19th. If you are able to help us with this event, please email us at email@example.com as soon as possible. We need help with transporting racks/clothes to/from school (trailor needed), and volunteers for setup and donation organization. If you have used uniforms (in good condition only please), they may be dropped off at the collection bins in the Lower Bldg front office this week. Please check our Facebook Page for confirmation of this event prior to the Holiday Program.
Elementary Winter Parties
Winter Parties are next week Thursday, December 21st, 9:30am-11:00am. This is a half-day for all students. Anyone arriving early will be asked to wait in a separate waiting area until parties begin at 9:30am. Your class’ Room Parent should be reaching out with more details and any volunteer/contribution requests. Teacher Favorites can be found here.
K-5 Holiday Show
Tuesday, December 19th
* Students are to arrive at Machado Gymnasium at 6:00
* Show starts at 6:30
* Students are to wear Khaki bottoms and Red Uniform shirts
* Students will go to their assigned room upon arrival and after the show will be picked up from their assigned room
Jr. Eagles Fun Night Out Series December
The Jr. Eagles Fun Night Out Series presents one last event for December. The Series events are for Kindergarten through 5th grade students. Parents drop off kiddos for a fun-filled time, leaving opportunities to work on your Holiday errands or an afternoon date!
Super Hero Day
Saturday December 16th
11:00 am to 6:00 pm
Parents, we will have a day full of fun for your kiddos, giving you seven hours to finish up some Christmas shopping or have an afternoon date with your sweetie! Please register by Wednesday December 13th at 11:59 pm for the Early Bird pricing of $20.00 per student on MyPaymentsPlus. After the early bird deadline, you are still welcome to register or come as a Walk-In at the premium price of $28.00. Kiddos can dress up as their favorite Super Hero. Chicken Noodle Soup will be served for lunch, and we will have a boat load of activities lined up for your kiddos.
Your kiddos can be a Real Life Super Hero, by donating canned goods or pantry items for our Food Drive. We will be giving the food to brighten up the Christmas Holidays for some very well deserving families. Your Super Hero Kiddos that participate in the food drive, will get the chance to use their Super Hero powers to toss cheeseballs at some of our special guest Super Heros!! So much fun to be had!!!
Please click here for the Jr. Eagles Fun Night Out Website for further details.
High School Happenings
Class of 2018 Ski Trip
Tuesday, January 30th Winterplace Ski Resort
Depart LCS at 6:00am – Return to LCS at 10:00pm
Prices below include transportation
$65.00 base price for skiing (lift ticket and optional 1 hour ski lesson)
$81.00 base price for skiing and snow tubing (lift ticket, optional 1 hour ski lesson and 2 hour snow tubing)
$45.00 base for snow tubing only no skiing (2 hour snow tubing block)
Add on options
$10.50 bib rental
$8.00 helmet rental
Payments must be made on MPP. Seats are available on a first come-first serve basis.
Midterms December 18 thru December 21
This year has given us the opportunity to take exams prior to the Holiday break and end the 1st semester during December. I like this option because it allows for “a break to be a break.”
*All students taking an Exam during the 1st Exam session must report to school by 8:00 am. *Students must stay for the entire testing session and are not allowed to leave until the session ends, so take your time.
*A student may not leave and come back during the school day.
*If you are late, you will not be allowed in.
*If you miss an exam, you can make it up on Thursday.
*There are NO taking exams early.
*Buses will run at 3:00 pm.
Basic Mid-Term Schedule
Monday, December 18th
AM exam: ELA
PM exam: Foreign Language
Tuesday, December 19th
AM exam: Math
PM exam: Elective classes
Wednesday, December 20th
AM exam: Science
PM exam: Social Studies
Please note that…
*AP Lit will be taken during English Exam time
*AP Chemistry will be taken during Science Exam Time
*AP Environmental Science will be taken during Science Exam Time unless you have another science exam. Then it will be taken during the Electives #1.
*AP U.S. History will be taken during the Social Studies Exam time
*AP Government will be taken during the Social Studies Exam time
*Psychology will be taken during the Foreign Language time unless you have a Spanish/ Latin, then it will be taken during the Elective #1
*Theatre I will be taken during the Electives #1
If you do not have an exam, you do not have to be present.
Review Sessions will be available prior to exam times… if not attending review sessions, students are to report to their Eagle Period Classrooms.
Summer Ventures in Science and Math is offering a 4 week inter-institutional program of the University of North Carolina System. It is open by application to all rising high school juniors and seniors. SVSM provides NC’s high achieving students a cost-free opportunity to undertake investigative studies at one of our four participating university campuses (App State, ECU, UNC Clt, and UNCW) in the summer. For more information about the program, please click here. The application for Summer Ventures in Science and Mathematics 2018 is open now, Applications must be submitted by January 15, 2018.
The Honors Experience is a one-week (June 24-29, 2018) college immersion for academically gifted and talented students who are currently in the 9th-11th grade. The program is held on Gardner-Webb’s main campus in Boiling Springs, NC. Students will participate in two credit bearing college courses that are designed to help them develop the confidence needed to continue in their pursuit of academic excellence, engage in academics with Christian faith, and experience the impact of service learning. If accepted into the Honors Experience, students will be automatically invited to GW’s Ignite Excellence Scholarship interviews during their senior year of high school. Please click here for eligibility and more information about this experience. Spots are limited!
The Golden LEAF Scholarship Program will award up to 215 grants, each valued at $12,000 for the 2018-19 academic year. For more information about this scholarship, please click here. Application deadline is March 1, 2018.