No Uniform Tuesdays
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.
Passes are available on the following dates:
Local Business Advertising Opportunity
The elementary, middle, and high school yearbooks have a limited amount of space available for business advertisements. If you would like to promote your business and support LCS at the same time, please contact Mrs. Helms for more information.
Summer Day Camp
Lincoln Charter School will be starting its 10th year of the Summer Camp Program. LCS Summer Camp Programs are offered to LCS students and 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 2020 LCS Summer Camp Brochure with our new and exciting camps will be released on March 3rd via the Charter Chatter and the school website.
Elementary and Middle School Yearbook Recognition Ads
Remember the moments that mean the most this year with a yearbook shout-out to your student. This year, LCS is offering 1/8 page ads at one super-affordable price for elementary and middle school students. Whether you want to include a special message to them (and surprise them with it when they get a yearbook) or involve your student and add their favorite memory, it's up to you! See the flyer for details on ordering.
PowerSchool Parent Portal FERPA Opt-in/Opt-out Update
Annually, Public School Units (PSUs) inform students, parents, and guardians of the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 (Statute: 20 U.S.C. § 1232g. Regulations: 34 CFR Part 99). This Act was designated to protect the privacy of educational records. Public School Units (PSUs) must annually notify parents and eligible students of their rights under FERPA 34 CFR § 99.7 which guides the sharing of student directory information and allows them the option to request that the school not disclose this information.
Parents and guardians must make an intentional decision to opt-in or opt-out of the sharing of information. The purpose is to ensure parents and guardians are aware of opportunities available to them and to assist families with the updating of selections each year. When parents initially sign in to PowerSchool Parent Portal, they must choose if they desire to share student contact information per FERPA guidelines. Additionally, parents/guardians of high school students must select if they want to share contact information with colleges, universities, and the military.
If the FERPA Opt-Out question/s are not answered by March 6, 2020 the answers will default to YES.
Please contact Robin Harwood or Georgia Burns with any questions.
Denver Campus Registrar
Lincolnton Campus Registrar
14th Annual LCS Sports Booster’s “Soar Invitational”
Golf Tournament to support and benefit LCS Athletics
Friday April 10, 2020
Westport Golf Club - Denver, NC
1:00 pm Shotgun start
$65/player or $250/team
All player registration and payment is due by Friday April 3, 2020 -
Take the Engaged Eagle challenge and volunteer each month. There are plenty of opportunities to help you reach the goal of 30 hours of family volunteer service. Check out the sign ups below:
Spring Planting: Flower Pots
Volunteer Opportunities on Sign Up Genius: Volunteer Now.
“Log Your Time” for extra volunteer activities: Log Your Time
Contact your Volunteer/ Events Coordinator, Brenda DeYoe
PTO Board Nominations - Now through March 8th
Are you looking to take a more active role at our school? Being a part of the the PTO Board or on a PTO Committee is a great way to do it! We have positions for all levels of availability. Don’t be afraid to inquire and see what may be a good fit. Nominations can be made using this nomination form. If you have any questions, please email us.
Middle School Moments
March 3 - Election Day
The Denver High School Building will be closed and used for North Carolina Elections on March 3, however there will still be school for Elementary and Middle School students. Please stay tuned to any possible changes to carpool.
High School Happenings
ACT for 11th graders
All Juniors will be taking the ACT on Tuesday February 25th. The ACT is a standardized assessment that measures the students' skills in five areas: English, math, reading, science, and writing. Students can submit their scores to colleges as part of the college application process. All students will come to school at their normal time, and juniors will have a modified schedule for the day. All students will be dismissed at 3pm. If you have any questions feel free to reach out to Mr. Lungarini.
A Roaring Good Time
April 4, 2020 7:00 - 11:00 pm
$80.00 per LCHS Student
$95.00 per non-LCHS Guest
Tickets available on Eventbrite.com until March 20th at 3:00 pm
Prom is open to 10th, 11th and 12th-grade students
Class of 2020 Ski Trip (optional)
Tuesday, March 3, 2020
Depart LCS at 8:30 am and return to LCS by 6:30 pm
Ticket and Transportation $30.00 (required purchase to go on the trip)
Add on options:
Ski Rental $15.00
Snowboard Rental $25.00
Ice Skating (2 hours 12:00-2:00) $12.00
Helmet Rental $3.00
Complete Clothing Rental Set (jacket, gloves, bib, and goggles) $25
or individual items
Snow bib $7
You may bring a lunch box and snack or purchase food at the resort.
Register on MPP now - February 25th. The trip must have a minimum of 33 students registered to take place. Remember that students participating must have updated their LSE hours on x2vol to participate.