If your student is coming back for the traditional in-person school model, please join us for Open House this Thursday, August 6th! If your student is opting for the distance virtual learning model, your Zoom Orientation will also be on Thursday (you should have received an email with the Zoom link last week). #FocusedForward #TR1BE
We appreciate your support in helping us “stuff the bus!” Click this link https://www.gagives.org/story/H559qf to make a donation that we will use to buy school supplies for our students in LC. Tomorrow is the last day for this campaign so don’t delay! We love our #TR1BE!
In partnership with WSB/Channel 2 Atlanta, Lumpkin County Schools is asking for your help in "Stuffing the Bus!" Go to https://www.gagives.org/story/H559qf to donate money that will come directly to Lumpkin County Schools to provide school supplies for our students!
TR1BE, With so much uncertainty remaining as we navigate our days, weeks, and months, we know that many questions are swirling concerning the plans of our upcoming school year. We could put out a plan today that would likely need to change multiple times as health concerns and guidance changes over time. We are not behind the eight ball. Rather, we are taking things seriously, studying our options, and formulating research-based plans of action for the new school year. Our leadership team in Lumpkin County is currently meeting through email, virtually, and in person to work out details for the following areas: student and staff wellness, facilities, technology, school nutrition, transportation, instruction, assessment, and virtual learning. These focus groups will work in coordination with our school board to publish a final plan in mid-July. In the meantime, it’s important for you all to know this—student safety has been, is, and always will be our top priority in Lumpkin County. As parents, you will have a face-to-face option and a virtual option for your children. What those look like will be determined by the findings of our focus groups over the next month. Rest assured, we are working tirelessly to provide the best education in the safest environment possible for your children. We know other school systems are posting their tentative plans now, and we want you to know that we aren’t asleep on this topic. We like to take a calculated, strategic approach to our planning process. If you have questions or concerns that you would like to share with any of the focus groups mentioned above, please email email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org. We will be sure to pass along your correspondence to the focus group leader. Thank you for your continued support of Lumpkin County Schools!
You do not want to miss Mrs. Gerrell's Small Town Celebrity reading tonight for ConnectAbility. Tune in to Facebook at 7:00 PM! #TR1BE https://tinyurl.com/StacieGerrellsReading
Yearbooks are still available online until May 11th! Go to www.josten.com and select LCES for more details.
Our second graders are working on Acrostic poems. We love the one that was written by Ian in Mrs. McKinney's class. Great job Ian! I Important friends are in M Mrs. McKinney’s class. I Ian wants to see them. S School is exciting, but I’m S stuck at home. L Love teachers, friends and C CAMP. E Excited to go back to school. S Someday.
TR1BE, We have some important information regarding end-of-year processes, procedures, and activities. Please share this information with our TR1BE! Copy & Paste Link to PDF Version: https://tinyurl.com/LCEndofYearCovid
Information for the upcoming weeks: All students in K and 1st will need new paper packets. Students in grades 2nd- 5th will only need paper packets if they aren’t completing assignments online. To pick up or drop off your paper packet, you will pull up to the front of the school like you do for parent drop off. You will stay in your car and we will come to your window to find out what paper packets you need and take up the old packets to be graded. The paper packet pick up and drop off times will be Monday, April 13 from 10- 2 pm and Tuesday, April 14, from 2-6 pm. You may also return library books during this time. Also, please keep in mind that the teachers will continue to be in close contact with you. If you or your child have emailed or contacted the teacher, kindly give them 24 hours to respond. Our teachers are spending countless hours trying to accommodate everyone’s schedules, so please be patient. Additionally, we realize that several students paid for field trips that were to take place this spring. We will be issuing refunds, we ask that you continue to be patient with us, as our bookkeeper is working diligently to complete this task. Once it is safe to do so, we will arrange some designated times for parents to come and pick up yearbooks and personal items. If you need medicine that was left in the clinic before this time, please email Nurse Grizzle at email@example.com to schedule a pick up time.
If you need Mr. Matt, our school counselor, during our time away from the school building please see the information below. https://sites.google.com/lumpkinschools.com/lcescounselorinfo/home
Follow this link for an instructional video on Distance and Online Learning in Lumpkin County Schools! https://www.powtoon.com/c/bKfuDDuz4El/1/m
Your child's principal will be reaching out today with specific instructions on how Lumpkin County Schools will be handling distance and online learning. These days are not holidays; they are online/distance learning days. We are all working together to navigate these unchartered territories. We appreciate your continued support of our school system. Please do not hesitate to reach out to us if we can do something to better serve you and your child(ren) during this time. #TR1BE
Pajamas for pledges! All students who get a pledge over night tonight of ANY amount wins a pajama day! Log on to www.funrun.com and earn those pjs!
Upcoming Important Dates February 3- 7- School Counselor Week February 7- LCES Fun Run/Glow Run February 10- 3rd nine weeks progress reports available online February 11- SGT meeting @ 4:00 February 13- PFO meeting- Kindergarten performs “QU wedding” @ 6:00 February 14- Winter Break- No School February 17- Winter Break- No School February 28- Wear lime green to celebrate our Core Essential Creativity/ Hat Day March 4- Spring Pictures March 5- PFO meeting- 4th grade performs “Shhh, We are Writing the Constitution” @ 6:00 March 13- 4th nine weeks begins March 16- SGT meeting @ 4:00 March 18- 5th grade field trip March 19- Early Release @ 11:30- Parent Conferences March 20- Professional Learning Day- No School March 23- 3rd nine weeks report cards go home March 27- Wear lavender to celebrate our Core Essential Forgiveness/ Hat Day April 3- 2nd grade field trip April 6- 10- Spring Break- No School April 13th - 5th grade goes to UNG biology lab April 16- Kindergarten Registration for upcoming kindergarten students @ LC Park and Rec * All dates are subject to change*
March will be here before we know it, and we are excited about our Adult Field Day in Lumpkin County! It's time for you to start forming your teams! Don't delay; join today!
We are just one week away! Join us on Thanksgiving Day from 11:00 AM-1:00 PM for a community-wide Thanksgiving Lunch at Lumpkin County High School. RSVP are appreciated but not required. Do you need transportation? Thanks to our partners at Dahlonega Funeral Home we can come pick you up! Just call 706-429-7510 with your name and address so we can add you to our list.
Thanks to everyone who is scanning and clipping their box tops! This program is experiencing changes by going digital, but just keep going! Every scan or clipping adds up quickly! Think of it as a special little reward for our teachers!! They receive all the money for their classes from this program! So just keep clipping and scanning!! If you have any questions please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
We apologize for the inconvenience, but our phones are down at all five schools and the Central Office. The issue has been reported to Windstream.
We apologize for the inconvenience, but our phones are down at all five schools and the Central Office. The issues has been reported to Windstream.
Just a reminder that 2nd & 4th graders will be taking ITBS this week. We will test Wednesday the 11th through Friday the 13th. Testing will be completed by lunch time each day. 📝
Important Dates: September 2- Labor Day/ No School September 3- Grandparent’s Day- Kindergarten @ 11:00 - 3rd grade @ 12:00 September 4- Grandparent’s Day- 1st grade @ 11:00- 4th grade @ 12:00 September 5- Grandparent’s Day- 2nd grade @ 11:00- 5th grade @ 12:00 September 9- Progress Reports available online September 16- SGT meeting 4:00 September 20- PFO Movie Night September 25- Early Release @ 11:30- Parent Conferences September 27- Wear blue to celebrate our Core Essential Word of the Month- Trust/ Hat Day October 2- Custodian Appreciation Day October 7- Professional Learning Day/ No school for students October 10- PFO meeting 6:00- First grade performs The Wizard of Oz October 17- Old Fashion Day October 18- 21- Fall Break/ No school October 25- Wear Red to celebrate our Core Essential Word of the Month- Courage/ Hat Day October 28- Fall Picture Retakes October 28- SGT meeting 4:00 * All dates are subject to change.
LCES PFO will have a meeting tomorrow, Monday the 19th at 10:00am for all who can attend. This will be an informational meeting for those interested in joining. They will discuss what PFO does, volunteer opportunities & box tops. 💜💛
Do you shop at Publix? Help LCES earn money through your everyday shopping. Visit their page for more information at: http://corporate.publix.com/community/corporate-campaigns/publix-partners
We officially launched our new school websites and our brand new App today! VISIT our new websites (www.lumpkinschools.com) and DOWNLOAD the new App (search Lumpkin County School District). You won’t be disappointed.