Lincoln County Schools Kindergarten and Pre-K Registration will be held.
March 24 – April 4, 2014 Click here for more details
The Social Studies textbooks will be available for public viewing on the following dates:
Thursday, Feburary 20th (4:00-7:00)
All Lincoln County K-8 Schools (K-8 texts only)
Wednesday, February 26th (3:30-5:30)
Stone Bridge Academic Learning Center Library(K-12 texts)
Thursday, February 27th (4:00-7:00)
Ninth Grade Academy (9th grade texts only)
JANUARY 30, 2014- FEBRUARY 20, 2014
Lincoln County School System will hold Pre-K Registration for the upcoming 2014-2015 school year.
All parents of four years olds regardless of income are invited to register your 4 year old with any Lincoln County Elementary School.
If your child will be four (4) years of age on or before August 15, 2014, he or she is eligible for our Pre-K Program for this fall and needs to register at this time. Registration is open to any child who resides in Lincoln County. Lincoln County Pre-K Teachers are looking forward to working with your child! Your child will receive quality instruction from our highly qualified teachers and educational assistants. The Pre K Program is an all day program which offers a Child Care Program for mornings at 6:00 a.m. to evenings until 5 p.m.
Parents or guardians will need the following information to complete the registration packet for the school year 2014-2015.
1. Certified Birth Certificate
2. Social Security Card (optional)
3. Verification of Income (as applies)
4. Current Immunization and Physical Form
5. Proof of Residence in Lincoln County
For more information about Lincoln County’s Pre-K Program, please call any Lincoln County Elementary School, or Kathy Morris at Stone Bridge Academic Learning Center (931-433-3939), email at firstname.lastname@example.org. The registration forms are available at all Lincoln
County Schools and on the Lincoln County Schools’ website (www.lcdoe.org) on the Stone Bridge Academic Learning Center.
TN School Readiness Model and Kid Central TN Website
This summer the TN School Readiness Model was approved by the Governor's Children's Cabinet and was introduced to an audience of 1,000 early childhood educators at the Early Childhood Summit. The TN School Readiness Model is intended to raise awareness about the role of families, communities, and schools collectively to create a nurturing environment to support children's health, development, and education starting from birth.
At this summit a new website www.KidCentralTN.org was introduced as well. The website was designed to connect families with information about children's education, development, and health accessed by their zip code.
Dr. Shelton's Contract Renewed
Dr. Shelton’s contract was extended on November 4, 2013 and the new contract will go in effect on 7/1/2014.
Additional changes to Dr. Shelton’s contract will be considered for approval on December 2, 2013. These changes may include contract language as it relates to salary, benefits, and work schedule.
Changes to contract language to reflect our TIF grant and for the Affordable Care Act may be considered as well as other adjustments to salary and benefits.