- Student Life
LCS Spirit Night at the Charlotte Checkers Game 3.1.19
Please join us for our second annual LCS Spirit Night at the Charlotte Checkers game on 3.1.19! Our LCS Elementary Chorus will be performing “God Bless America,” and some of our students will be featured in other fun activities during the game. All LCS ticket holders will receive a free Checkers hat! Tickets are only $16 and can be purchased at GOCHECKERS.COM/LCS. $5 from each ticket comes right back to Lincoln Charter! Tickets will be delivered to your email and you can invite friends directly so that you can all get seats together. Please direct any questions to Melissa Peterman. Go Checkers!
Yearbooks for each level are on sale through Jostens now. LCS produces three different yearbooks, and direct links to purchase yours are below.
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.
Yearbook Recognition Ads
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.
The final deadline for purchasing ads is February 16.
Yearbook Advertising Opportunity
In addition to senior recognition ads, the yearbook currently has space available for members of our community to showcase their businesses and services. Whether you’re a realtor, stylist, office manager or owner of any other business, our yearbook staff would love to create an ad to showcase what you do. Contact email@example.com by February 16 for more information.
2018-2019 Lincoln Charter School Calendar
The School Board has approved the 2019-2020 calendar.
Important Dates – please note
February 14th is a half day to allow for Professional Development for staff in the afternoon.
February 15th is a teacher workday, with no school for students.
Half Day After School Plans
Thursday, February 14th, 2019 is a half day for students due to professional development for our staff. We will offer After School Care on this half day from 11:30 am to 6:00 pm for K through 8th grade students. If you have not yet registered for our ASC program, you must so prior to your student attending. There is an optional field trip to Pin Station in Newton offered for your kiddos. Payment MUST be paid in advance on MPP in order for your student to attend the field trip. We will have onsite activities for students not attending the field trip. Please click here for full details for this day.
Spring Sports Tryouts
Winter Sports Photos
Click to View Sports Photos
Choose your sports event:
CAPL- WINTER 2019 LCS Sports Player Gallery (if you had individual pics taken)
– OR – CATM- LCS Sports Teams Only (if you only wish to order TEAM pics)
A prompt will open asking for a personal keyword. Enter the Student ID Number (Powerschool ID).
If you need assistance with the ID Number, please contact Paula Powers
The deadline to order is Wednesday, Feb. 13th. After this date, all orders will be charged a late fee and shipped to your home. If you need assistance with the website or questions with ordering contact: APD School Photo 704-483-2101.
HS Swim and Dive
Congratulations to our HS Men’s and Women’s teams for another great showing at the NCHSAA Regional Meet. The Men finished in 2nd place and the Women finished in 3rd. Both teams will move on to the NCHSAA State Meet this weekend.
200 Medley Relay – 1st
Abby DeCann, Chloe Harris, Madeline Carey, Brie Malta
Brie Malta 2nd
Chloe Harris 2nd
Chloe Harris 1st
200 Free Relay 3rd
Brie Malta, Mariah Watson, Abby DeCann, Madeline Carey
400 Free Relay 2nd
Madeline Carey, Abby DeCann, Brie Malta, Chloe Harris
Neal Stratton 1st
Zack Whipple 2nd
Davis Hutchinson 3rd
Zack Whipple 2nd
Neal Stratton 3rd
200 Free Relay – 3rd
Neal Stratton, Mitchell Swicegood, Matthew Fuller, Blake Nelson
400 Free Relay – 2nd
Neal Stratton, Blake Nelson, Noah Watson, Zack Whipple
13th Annual LCS Sports Booster “Soar Invitational” Golf Tournament
Saturday, April 13, 2019 – Westport Golf Club
Registration at 8 am – Shotgun Start at 9 am – Lunch served during the round
$65/player or $250 per team of 4
All player registration and payment due by Monday, April 8, 2019
Player Registration Form Sponsorship Form
Booster Wear is now available – Jackets, fleece, t-shirts, hoodies, sweatpants, tanks, towels, blankets, hats and more. Booster Wear can be purchased through this link or by going to the LCS website under Athletics/Boosters/LCS Booster Wear.
Eagle Volleyball Clinics
Lincoln Charter Volleyball coaches are excited to announce the first ever volleyball clinics. These clinics are offered to all level of players from 3rd grade through 11th grade. Clinics will be open to LCS students, as well as students outside of our community. You must register to reserve your spot. Please see flyer for directions.
The Lincoln Charter Volunteer Webpage is now active! This is your one-stop connection to see and schedule most volunteer opportunities that LCS has to offer the Engaged Eagle. This new site will make volunteering an easy and fun way to participate in your student’s school. Remember our goal is 30 volunteer hours per family. If you have any questions, please contact Brenda DeYoe.
Lincoln Charter Summer Camp
Lincoln Charter School will be starting its 10th year offering Summer Camp Programs. LCS Summer Camp Programs are offered to LCS students and to children in the community. As in previous years, we will offer Summer Day Camp for eight weeks over the summer, in addition to Sports and Academic Camps offered by the week throughout the summer.
The 2019 LCS Summer Camp Brochure with our new and exciting camps will be released on March 5th via Charter Chatter and the school’s website.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions concerning Summer Camp. If you would like to be added to the email distribution list for Lincoln Charter Summer Camp, please complete the following form.
Elementary Sweetheart Ball – Friday, 7pm-9pm
Get your tickets; the dance is this Friday! All K-5 students are invited to attend with their parent/guardian. Tickets are on MPP and are $6 for one child+adult, or $15 per Family. Tickets at the door increase to $7/$18, respectively. Volunteers are needed and should contact Lisa Pleasant and indicate availability. K-5 Staff and their families are invited to attend at no charge and should RSVP with this form.
Happy 100 DAYS!
This past Monday we had the opportunity to celebrate our 100th day of school!! That’s 10 groups of 10 days:) Photo 1, Photo 2, Photo 3, Photo 4, Photo 5, Photo 6, Photo 7
Class Photo Orders
Tomorrow is the last day to order Class Photos!
Photos will be taken on 2/7/2019 & 2/8/2019
You can order “2” ways: With the prepay form that was sent home -or- order online: Click to Order Class Photos!
Choose your Class event:
BCD1-LCS Denver K-5 Class Group Photo Pre-Pay- No Student ID is needed to log in.
After February 6th, all orders will be charged a late fee and will be shipped to your home. If you need assistance with the website or questions with ordering contact: APD School Photo at 704-483-2101.
Middle School Moments
WLCS Student News
Another awesome newscast from our 8th graders: WLCS News
7th Grade Camp Weaver Overnight Trip
Please make sure to sign your student up for the Camp Weaver trip on MyPaymentsPlus.
Information sessions will be announced in a few weeks.
We are still in need of more male chaperones for the trip. If interested, please email Mr. Sundry.
High School Happenings
Hybrid Block Days
March 4th & 5th
All juniors will take the ACT on February 20th. All other students will follow a normal schedule on that day.
The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society’s (LLS) Charlotte, NC Chapter is proud to announce our 2019 Student of the Year candidate, Lincoln Charter’s own Ally Wrenn! Students of the Year is an innovative and fierce seven-week fundraising competition, during which they appeal to family and friends to raise critical funds, which LLS deploys to advance breakthrough treatments and to support the more than 1.3 million blood cancer patients in the U.S. The candidates/teams who raise the most money at the end of the competition earn the title Student(s) of the Year. For more information or to support Ally in her campaign, please visit https://events.lls.org/nc/CLTSoY19/awrenn.