Congratulations to the Lumpkin Youth Leadership Class of 2024! It was wonderful to see our community come together to provide such valuable opportunities for students to learn and grow as leaders. A big thank you to Robb Nichols, the Chamber of Commerce, and Tammy Soles with NGHS for their dedication and support in empowering these students to grow as leaders in our community. Wishing the graduating class all the best as they continue to develop their leadership skills and contribute to the well being of our local community!
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Mrs. White-Bryant's Art 1 students put a creative spin on the Eclipse given their own unique perspectives!
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We appreciate our three amazing Assistant Principals at Lumpkin County High School. Happy AP Appreciation Week to Katie Powell, Jennifer Wade, and Steve Horton!
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Congratulations to Madyson Cole, Bryson Mounce, and Zoha Munshi who have received distinguished recognition as 2024 Georgia Scholars! The Georgia Scholar program through the Georgia Department of Education recognizes seniors across the state who have achieved the highest level of academic success and school/community leadership and completed a lengthy application process to highlight their accomplishments. Congratulations to Mady, Bryson, and Zoha!
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Print Shop is ready to start taking orders for 2024 Senior Banners/Yard Signs. Yard Signs are $20 each- BANNER DESIGNS $75 until April 12, 2024; $85 After April 12, 2024. A proof will be sent out via parent email 48 hours before any printing for any adjustments. Parents will need to confirm proof and provide payment before the sign will be printed. We accept cash, check, or card. *Make checks payable to LCHS Indian Outfitters* Contact Krystal Phillips for more information: krystal.phillips@lumpkinschools.com
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LCHS Faculty and Staff Celebrate Mr. Billy Kirk’s tenure at LCHS!
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Bilateral amputee Jason Koger “meets” with Dr. Gibbs sophomores to share his journey and offer a positive outlook on life
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Teaching As a Profession student spent the morning assisting first graders with Life Learning at Cottrell Elementary School. TAP students taught show tying to all first grade students.
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Print Shop is ready to start taking orders for 2024 Senior Banners/Yard Signs. Yard Signs are $20 each- BANNER DESIGNS $75 until April 12, 2024; $85 After April 12, 2024. A proof will be sent out via parent email 48 hours before any printing for any adjustments. Parents will need to confirm proof and provide payment before the sign will be printed. We accept cash, check, or card. *Make checks payable to LCHS Indian Outfitters* Contact Krystal Phillips for more information: krystal.phillips@lumpkinschools.com
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Today seniors learned the practice of being a responsible adult - It was Adulting Day! To name a few of these necessary tasks: they practiced ironing, sewing on a button, cooking a pantry meal, changing a tire, basic electrical, patching sheetrock, and first aid. A special thanks to some incredible folks that made this day a success-LCSS Central Office Staff, Ray & John Megal Ford, Gold City Diner, Striker Marketing, and North GA BBQ!
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LCHS Seniors visited Medieval Times!
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Several students from the Mock Trial Team were able to watch the Georgia State Court of Appeals hear oral arguments during the Court's visit to UNG's campus. Afterward, the students were able to ask questions of the judges concerning their experiences with past cases, legal insights, and advice about attending law school.
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Ms. Phillips’s Marketing Classes are working hard on their resumes in the Building Bridges Writing Center in the LCHS MC
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The frogs were donated by the Retired Teachers of Lumpkin a few years ago, we are still enjoying them. Dr. Alldred’s anatomy class went from dissecting pickles a month ago to dissecting frogs, we have sheep brains next!
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Lumpkin FBLA: HUGE congratulations to all of our state competitors and finalists! - Breana Donahue 9th in Client Service - Jaedyn Gerrells 5th in Help Desk - Catherine Swistek 10th in Economics - Bricen Popko 7th in Business Communications NATIONAL FINALISTS!!! - Jack Fox 4th in Electronic Career Portfolio - Jonathan Wright 4th in Entrepreneurship AND 4th inBanking and Financial Systems Our chapter earned : Gold Chapter, Superior Chapter, and placed #6 overall in the state! Great year end results!!
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Dr. Alldred’s Honor’s Environmental Science class, learns how to prepare bottles and cans for recycling. They also were able to recycle a lot of paper and cardboard.
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Congratulations to LCHS junior Jack Fox for being selected to attend the Governor's Honors Program in the area of Engineering Design. Jack will join 600 other talented students from around the state in various academic and artistic focus areas for a 4 week residential, immersive experience at Georgia Southern University. In addition, LCHS junior Jonathan Wright has been selected as an alternate in the area of Jazz-Acoustic & Electric Bass. These students were selected from over 4,200 nominations and 1,200 semi finalist interviews from across the state of Georgia. Congratulations to Jack and Jonathan!
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.LCHS Interact Presents Kiss a Senior Goodbye!
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Print Shop is ready to start taking orders for 2024 Senior Banners/Yard Signs. Yard Signs are $20 each- BANNER DESIGNS $75 until April 12, 2024; $85 After April 12, 2024. A proof will be sent out via parent email 48 hours before any printing for any adjustments. Parents will need to confirm proof and provide payment before the sign will be printed. We accept cash, check, or card. *Make checks payable to LCHS Indian Outfitters* Contact Krystal Phillips for more information: krystal.phillips@lumpkinschools.com
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Each student was assigned an organ to learn about and to make. They then shared their information with the class and attempted to build Dr. Alldred!
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