Parents and Students, we are on TAA Bell Schedule today for Tribe Pride!
Mrs. Amy Lincoln's Business students spent last Thursday on the UNG campus for the BEE conference learning about ethics, critical thinking, teamwork and leadership.
Attention Parents, Report Cards will be made available to you today digitally in Infinite Campus. Please check your student's Quarter 1 grades.
Lunch with Principal Kirk continues to be a BIG SUCCESS.
Attention Parents and Students, today we will be on an Early Release Bell Schedule.
Congratulations to Will Wood, Running Back for LCHS, for having an OUTSTANDING game this past week including an 80 yard touchdown run! He is Lumpkin County's Farm Bureau Player of the Week!
Dr. Alldred and Ms. Westafer’s Environmental Awareness Club has been making a difference this month by recycling another 930 plastic bottles! They are at a grand total of 2,077 out of their goal of 6,000 bottles for this school year!
Mrs. Westafer's classes are enjoying their studies about Genetics. Last week they built candy models and then opened cells to extract real DNA.
Lumpkin County Band of Gold made GRAND CHAMPIONS at the Berkmar Marching Invitational this past Saturday placing first overall. Other Awards Include - 1st Place Drum Majors - AA 1st Place Band - AA 1st Place Percussion - AA 1st Place Music - AA 2nd Place Color Guard - AA Named - Superior Band
Attention Senior Class Parents: Financial Aid Night for college is October 18 at 5:30 PM in the Auditorium.
Today, Ms. Ressel's Teaching as a Profession classes volunteered their time at the LCES Old Fashioned Day. I think you can tell by these pictures that all stakeholders enjoyed this experience! Thank you to Ms Ressel and her sweet kids for making a difference today!
Looking forward to supporting our boys tonight at Cherokee Bluff.
Yesterday, Riley Ray took his Automotive students to visit Lanier Tech. Students learned more about how to successfully pursue high-demand careers in the transportation industry. Students were able to ask questions and speak to former graduate, Coleman Sullens, about his success in the program.
Attention Underclassmen, the Make-Up Picture Day is scheduled for October 18!
Bryan Hartzog from North Georgia Technical College HVAC Program visited Mr Bearinger’s construction students yesterday regarding opportunities in the refrigeration industry. Bryan was accompanied by LCHS graduate David Dillon who is a student of Bryan’s program that demonstrated the refrigeration cycle using a cut away model.
Introducing the Class of 2022!
LCHS will host the PROBE Fair College Tour on Monday, October 18! Over 50 colleges from around Georgia and the Southeast will be here to explore in the LCHS Gymnasium. Colleges will provide materials digitally to those students who register online. Register online at RegisterProbe.com!
Attention Seniors: Tomorrow is our annual Camp Glisson picture day! We will have lunch and take a picture on the football field after 2nd block followed by our Camp Glisson picture.
Attention Seniors: This week you can apply to Lanier Tech for FREE! https://www.laniertech.edu/admissions/how-to-apply/
This week's Farm Bureau Player of the Week is the entire Offensive Line! Congratulations to AJ Reeves, Tucker Bagley, Cameron Simpson, Andrew Adams, Taylor Beazley, Lane McColman, and Dakota Bennett. This group had a combined 296 yards for rushing and 18 pancake blocks! Well done boys! Congratulations, and GO INDIANS!