- Student Life
LCS Talent Show, Saturday, April 21st 7:00pm
Are you a singer?
A stunt performer?
Or do you just have a strange talent that no one knows about?
Show off your best talents, come audition for the LCS Talent Show! Auditions are open to all middle and high school students! If you are chosen to star in the show, you will perform for a live audience and compete with the most talented students our school has to offer.
Auditions are on Thursday, April 12th and Friday, April 13th after school in the Multipurpose Room. If you would like to audition, just sign up for a time on the audition sign-up sheet in the Eagles Marketplace.
Carowinds Discount Gold Season Pass
We are already looking ahead to summer….
Lincoln Charter School has arranged for our families to enjoy the season at Carowinds at a discount. You may purchase a Carowinds Gold Season Pass for only $92, approximately $20 in savings. This option is open for all families to purchase.
This is a great option for our LCS Summer Day Camp campers. Every Thursday for 8 weeks, the Denver Summer Day Camp program sends campers, rising 3rd thru 8th graders, and 9th thru 12th graders who serve as Counselors in Training, to Carowinds. The Lincolnton Summer Day Camp (ages TBD) will also be traveling to Carowinds on Thursdays throughout the summer.
Deadline to purchase through MPP is Thursday, April 12th.
After the deadline closes, you will receive a voucher to take with you to the park to have your permanent ID card made.
Donuts with Dad (K-6th grade only)
Friday, April 27, 7:30am-8:15am, Lower Building Gym
Save the date for our K-6 Donuts with Dad event. All K-6 Dads and their K-6 student(s) are invited to start their day with some delicous donuts and quality time with their children, courtesy of Dunkin’ Donuts and the PTO. We also need Moms to help with this event! If you are free either the evening before, or during/after the event to volunteer, please sign up using this form.
Track Attack 2018 Logo Contest Update
Track Attack logo contest voting will begin next week. Voting is open to all students, faculty and staff.
K-5 students/teachers will vote in their classrooms. Middleschool students/teachers, highschool students/teachers, and all other faculty/staff can vote online. A link will be provided next week.
Daytime Volunteers Needed – Kindergarten DIAL Screening
We are in need of several outgoing and willing parents to be greeters at our Kindergarten Dial screening for 2-hour increments on Wednesday, April 25th and Thursday, April 26th from 8am-4:30pm. The music room will be the waiting area for parents as they complete some limited paperwork, wait for their child to be called for testing, and wait for the parent/teacher conference post assessment. This is an opportunity to casually talk to new LCS parents about being a parent here and make them feel WELCOME! Click here to sign up.
Middle School Moments
8th grade Atlanta Trip
A special thanks to Mrs. Gauvreau, Mrs. Johnson, Mr. Ross, Mrs. Tranquilino and Ms. Antczak for making the Atlanta trip possible. Their tireless effort and participation in the field trip allowed for a great experience for our 8th grade students.
7th grade Camp Weaver Trip
Our 7th grade trip was a huge success because of the parent chaperones that braved the great outdoors to bring a lasting memory for our students. Thank you to: Mrs. Pierce, Mrs. Rabalais, Mr. Regdos, Mrs. Cannon, Mrs. Burr, Mrs. Spanbauer, Mrs. Deiulio, Mrs. Johnston, Mrs. Sondee, Mr. Marcukaitis, Mr. Lockey, Mr. Wrenn and Mr. Olson.
A very special thanks to our teachers: Mrs. Andrade, Mrs. Hawkins, Mrs. Noftsger and Dr. Parker for their efforts on the overnight trip.
MS Semi Formal
Friday, May 11th 7:00 – 9:00 pm
East Lincoln Community Center
$15.00 per student now through May 4th at 3:00pm on MPP – No tickets sold at the door
The MS Semi Formal is open to LCMS 7th and 8th grade Denver Campus students only. Semi-formal attire is required; pants with shirt and tie, coats optional and semi-formal dress or skirt and dressy top. No jeans or shorts allowed.
8th Grade Kate’s Skates
Wednesday April 25th 9:00 – 2:00 pm
8th grade students will be presented with information pertaining to their upcoming promotion and transition to 9th grade.
High School Happenings
Prom 2018 The Run for the Roses
May 5, 2018 7:00 – 11:00 pm, Hilton Charlotte Center City
$75.00 Ticket includes – available on MPP until April 27th at 3:00pm
Dinner and dancing, Dinner will be served from 7:00 – 8:00pm
Guest are to check-in at the Prom Check-in station no later than 9:00pm. Guest arriving after 9:00 pm will not be permitted to enter Prom.
Paint the Mile
Friday, April 27th
Registration for Paint the Mile is now available (registration is accessed through student’s school issued google account). Leadership Institute sponsor’s this service event as a form of advocacy against domestic violence. This is a color run and participating students are asked to wear a white t-shirt. The colors used in the run represent the 4 different groups that are victims of domestic violence; children, women, men and elderly. Funds raised will benefit the The Lincoln County Coalition Against Child Abuse Child Advocacy Center. The cost of registration is $10.00 per student. Students are required to complete the registration and pay the $10.00 fee on MPP by Monday, April 23rd.
Monday, April 23rd
Students choose from two options: Clemson University or Gardner-Webb University
Clemson University Visit
Depart LCS at 6:00am and return at 6:00pm
The fee is $25.00 per student – paid through MPP, price includes lunch and motorcoach transportation.
Max spots available 112, first come first serve
(Students that normally ride the school bus will need to make alternate arrangements.)
This is a great opportunity to visit an out-of-state school!
Gardner-Webb University Visit
Depart LCS at 8:00am and return at 2:00pm
This option is ideal for athletes with games on the 23rd or students that have work obligations.
The fee is $10.00 per student
Max spots 48, first come first serve
Junior Junction is a tradition at Lincoln Charter. It serves as a marker in your high school career as you prepare to take the next step in your educational journey.