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This Friday, April 26th!
Let’s get together and celebrate the spring season! Join us at the Lincolnton Campus this Friday, April 26th from 5:00-8:00 pm. The evening will include a performance by the HS Band and an art show. In addition, there will be interactive activities and more! Click here for more information. We hope to see you there!
Calling all Proctors – EOG Season is upon us!
Calling all proctors! It is that time of the year again. LCS is in need of volunteers to help proctor EOGs and EOCs from May 13 – May 16, 2019. If you are available, please complete the Proctor Sign Up. Thank you in advance for helping to make this testing season a successful one!
If you have any questions, please contact Mr. Bealer.
All Pro Dads
Our final All Pro Dads breakfast of the academic year will be held this Friday, April 26th, in the MS/HS multi-purpose room. We will begin this breakfast at 7:00 a.m. (slightly earlier than our usual start time). We will be having a HUGE celebration of the All Pro Dads initiative, what it means to be a truly active role model, and a time to recognize the overall importance male role models play, especially in the development of a child. There will be raffle items, and a wonderful homemade breakfast provided by some of our own LCS Dads (thank you)! Come hungry, happy, and full of energy to spend in fellowship with our All Pro LCS Dad’s community. Please use the athletic entrance upon arrival. As always, you can RSVP to Ryan Smith or Keith Hain.
Lincolnton Summer Day Camp
Do you need childcare for the whole summer? Do you just want to come to camp for a week, or a day or two each week? This is the camp for you! Welcome to the most flexible and fun day camp around! View the 2019 LCS Lincolnton Summer Day Camp Handbook for information on how to register with your My Payment Plus (MPP) account.
If anyone has any questions, please email Debra Wilburn. We look forward to seeing you!
A huge thank you to each volunteer and family who supported our DinoMite Book Fair! We sold over $11,000 worth of books! This means we will be able to purchase new books for the library and items for classrooms!
No Uniform Tuesday
Purchase your No Uniform Day pass on MPP and take advantage of the opportunity to come to school out of dress code. No Uniform Tuesday passes must meet HS Dress code requirements. Funds raised support Lincoln Charter initiatives.
Upcoming LCS Events
April 25: Elementary Steel Drum Assembly
April 26: Kindergarten Field Trip
April 26: Spring Festival, 5:00-8:00 pm
April 26: Elementary Freeze Pop Friday
April 30: Community Blood Center Blood Drive
April 30: No Uniform Tuesday (with pass)
April 30: 3rd Grade MAP Testing
May 1: HS Mentor/Mentee Session
May 1 and 2: Dial Screening (Rising Kindergarten)
May 2: Paws in the Park (see Athletics section for more details)
May 3: HS Intramurals
May 3: Last Elementary Clubs/Mentor time for the year
May 6: Staff Appreciation Week
May 6: PTO Meeting
May 6: HS Chorus Concert
Summer Office Hours
Lincoln Charter Summer Office Hours will begin the week of June 3rd through July 26th. LCS Offices will be open Mondays and Wednesdays from 7:00am-4:00 pm. Both LCS campuses are closed the week of July 1st. Regular office hours will begin the week of July 29th.
HS Spring Pictures
April 24th – 3:00 p.m.
Paws at the Park
May 2nd vs. Pine Lake Prep
Click here for Paws at the Park Flyer
Heart of a Champion Free Physicals available for all rising 9th-12th graders
Saturday, May 18th
MS Sports Awards Night
May 20th – 6:30 p.m.
HS Spring Sports Awards Night
May 20th – 8:00 p.m.
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.
We hope that you had a relaxing spring break, and noted that there are less than 3 weeks left until the End of Grade Testing! The week of May 13th -17th is a busy week of EOG volunteer test proctoring. This may not be your first choice for a volunteer position, but it may very well be the most important. The state mandates that there is one proctor in each classroom. Please consider proctoring for at least one test. Every single classroom needs a volunteer proctor with each day needing up to 25 volunteers! This may be your last chance to reach your goal of 30 volunteer hours for your family. EOG signup here.
Tonight is the rising 6th-grade ice cream social. We have several opening for volunteers to assist for an hour. Sign up here.
This Friday night is the Spring Festival held on the Lincolnton campus. Make it a family night by volunteering at an art station and enjoying the evening with your Eagle family. Find more information here.
Thank you to all the Engaged Eagles who continue to volunteer this year, working hard on the 30-hour challenge. Together we can accomplish more than we can alone. Find more details for all volunteer opportunities here: The Lincoln Charter Volunteer Webpage.
The PTO Nomination Committee presents the following nominees for 2019-2020 PTO Board. Here is a link to each candidate’s bio: PTO Board bio link. Online voting will be from April 22nd through May 3rd: click here to vote for the 2019-2020 Board!
Elementary Vice President:
Middle School/High School Vice President:
Stefani Helsel withdrew her name from the ballot so that she could fill the Board appointed, vacated Volunteer Chair position.
Thank you to everyone who helped make our Art Show a success. All artworks have been sent home.
Follow us on Instagram for a peek inside the art room: lincolncharter_art
The last day to return all books to the library is May 10th. If your student has lost or damaged a book, you can send in a replacement book or pay via My Payments Plus. Thank you to our volunteers who have been helping in the library.
Middle School Moments
MS Semi-Formal Dance
The MS Semi-Formal Dance will be on Friday, May 10th from 7:00-9:00 p.m. in the MPR. This is for students in 7th and 8th grade. The cost is $15 per student. This will be available on My Payments Plus until 3:00 p.m. the day of the dance.
Remember that this is a semi-formal, which means that this is NOT as formal as a prom/wedding. A tux or a formal dress are not required. Please be mindful of this and be mindful that this is a dance! You will be dancing! Wear something that is nice and keeps you appropriately covered, but that you can still dance in! Below are some guiding rules:
High School Happenings
A Night in the City That Never Sleeps
New York, New York
May 11, 2019, 7:00 – 11:00 p.m.
Charlotte Marriott Center City
$75.00 per person- available on MPP until May 1st at 3:00 pm
Prom is open to 10th,11th and 1a2th-grade students
Click here for more information
The last day of classes for HS students is Friday, May 10th. Finals Week begins Monday, May 13th. Please view the details here. If you have any questions about finals week, please contact Ms. Kelly.
For the campus-wide testing schedule click here.