11.05.2019 Charter Chatter Denver

Student Life

Angel Tree Drive

Lincoln Charter, along with the Leadership Institute, is excited to announce that we will partner with the Lincoln County Department of Social Services again this year to sponsor 20 Angels for the holiday season.  The collection period is scheduled for Nov. 13th - Dec. 2nd. Click here for detailed info about each Angel.  

Angel Tree is a program that provides Christmas assistance to children of Lincoln County. The purpose of the program is to provide new clothing and toys for children in need. Angel Tree is a great opportunity for Lincoln Charter students to practice empathy.  Empathy is defined as the ability to understand and share the feelings of another. Each Angel that is being sponsored provides a wish list of items. Donated items must be new and unwrapped. 

LCS Breakfast- K-12- $3

Running late?  Be sure to start your day off right!  New this year, Lincoln Charter School Denver Campus is offering a breakfast option for our LCS families for grades kindergarten through twelfth grade.  The breakfast is a simple continental breakfast that includes three components. The menu varies daily with two items offered from each of the first two components. Your student picks the choice of their liking.  All students are billed on MPP at the end of each week. This is offered daily from 6:30 AM to 7:50 AM in the k-6 multi-purpose room.  

Veterans Day Recap

Lincoln Charter was pleased to host 74 Veterans Monday morning for the annual Veterans Day Breakfast and Program.  Thank you to all of the student groups that supported the day’s efforts. What a blessing to learn from those that have sacrificed for our everyday way of life.  Happy Veterans Day!


Yearbooks for each level are now on sale through our new company, Herff Jones.  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.


Coffee and Conversations

All families are invited to join us for Coffee & Conversation with members of the  Administration. These sessions are an opportunity for you to meet with Administration over coffee and light refreshments.  We look forward to conversations that strengthen our community. Please RSVP by completing this form

November 14th, 8:00 - 9:00

Lincolnton High Focus

November 18th, 8:00 - 9:00

Denver Elementary Focus

November 19th, 8:00 - 9:00

Lincolnton Elementary Focus

November 20th, 8:00 - 9:00

Denver Middle Focus

November 21st, 8:00 - 9:00

Lincolnton Middle School Focus

November 22nd, 8:00 - 9:00

Denver High School Focus

School Board Meeting DATE CHANGE

The next School Board meeting will be held on November 18th from 6:30-8:30 in Lincolnton.


Varsity XC

Congratulations to the Men’s XC team for their NCHSAA 1A State Championship this past Saturday in Kernersville!  This is back-to-back State Championships for the Men.

Congratulations to the Women’s XC team for their NCHSAA 1A 3rd Place finish at the State Championship.  It was an amazing season for our women.

Congratulations to Drew Zink for his individual NCHSAA 1A runner-up finish at the State Championship. Great career, Drew!

Upcoming Events

LCS Fall HS Awards Night - 12/2/19 - 7pm - Machado Gymnasium (HS Fall Athletes only)


Indoor Track Tryouts

HS Indoor Track and Field- Week of 11/11/19- 3:45- 5:15pm- Monday- Wednesday

2019 LCS Junior Cheerleading

It is time for the 2019 Junior Cheerleading season for LCS K-5th grade students.  Each Jr. Cheer team will perform at a basketball game on their respective campus! Click HERE for more information.

Engaged Eagles

The Book Fair is coming the first week of December.  Be the first to sign up:  Bookfair

Makerspace for middle school: sign up here

Volunteer Opportunities on Sign Up Genius: Volunteer Now

“Log Your Time” for extra volunteer activities: Log Your Time

More information on Engaged Eagles: Volunteer Website Information

Contact your Volunteer/ Events Coordinator, Brenda.DeYoe@LincolnCharter.org


Track Attack Winners!

Another round of congratulations to all our Track Attack winners! 

Monday, February 3rd - Skip day for High School. 

Week of 11/11 - No Uniform Week for 7th grade for raising the most money for Track Attack for middle school.

Monday, November 25 - PJ Day for Sellers, Kenning, Dail, Bell, Young and Hudgins homerooms.

Wednesday, November 13 -  Chick Fil A field trip and lunch - Mrs. Hudgins 5th grade homeroom.

Teacher Breakfast Tomorrow

Our monthly Teacher Breakfast is tomorrow morning for all K-12 teachers. It is being catered from Chillin and Grillin in Denver. Your donations make this possible and it’s always a wonderful treat for our awesome staff! These are provided the second Wednesday of each month

Middle School Moments

7th Grade Ovens Auditorium Field Trip

November 25, 2019

Cost: $22 on MyPaymentsPlus

Students will stop at Northlake Mall for lunch at the Food Court (additional money needed)

8th Grade Biltmore Estate Field Trip

November 22, 2019

Cost: $48 on MyPaymentsPlus

High School Happenings

Sophomore Something

Monday, November 18th

Appalachian State University, Boone

Registration Closes November 15th

Depart LCS at 8:00 a.m. and return at 5:00 p.m.

The fee is $25.00 per student, paid through MPP. The price includes lunch and motorcoach transportation. Students who normally ride the school bus in the afternoon will need to make alternate arrangements.

Please note Sophomore Something is a required event.  If a sophomore does not attend the trip, he or she will be marked as an unexcused absence. There will be no classes for sophomores on this day.  If a student cannot afford this trip, please contact Mike Lungarini about financial assistance. 

Junior Class Rings

It is a tradition at Lincoln Charter to offer class rings to students in their junior year of high school.  Our Jostens rep met with all Juniors on November 7th during WIN time and will return to accept orders on November 15th during WIN time.

Midterm Exams 

We are about seven weeks away from our Midterm Exams.  The Midterm Exams will take place the week of 12/16 -12/20.  There will be a total of eight Midterm sessions. 

You will only be required to attend the sessions for which you have an exam.  We tried to limit the number of exams per day to one, however in some cases a student may have two exams in one day.  Students can remain at school for the entire day if they wish. Makeups will be given throughout the week, as well as on Friday 12/20. 

Exam Schedule:

Monday 12/16

AM- 8am- 11am



Earth Science

PM 12pm-3pm


AP Chemistry 

Tuesday 12/17

AM- 8am-11pm

World History

AP US HIstory

English II

PM 12pm-3pm 


American History I

American History II

 AP Government

Wednesday 12/18

AM- 8am-11pm

English I

AP Earth Science

PM 12pm-3pm




Thursday 12/19

AM- 8am-11pm  

AP Calculus

Discrete Math



Math I

Math II

Math III

Pre Calculus 

Friday 12/20

AM 8-11:30am

Make Up

Senior Yearbook Recognition Ads

Now is the time to start gathering those photos of your “babies” young and old.  Go to the Herff Jones ordering center (same link you used to buy your book) to upload pictures, enter your message, choose your layout and pay for your ad.

Senior Ad Prices increase on November 15th.  Information on elementary and middle school ad offerings coming soon.