2016 LCHS Valedictorians
Anna Beggs and Emily Highsmith
1st Place at Sectionals
Class A Girls
State Tournament on Monday, May 16, 2016
at Goshen Plantation Golf Course, Augusta, GA
Congratulations, Kari Powell
Ciera Norman signs a full athletic scholarship to play basketball at Albany State University.
Musical Theatre Presents
Thanks for a GREAT Show!!!
2016 Recipient of the National Senior Beta Scholarship
Young Georgia Authors
CSRA RESA Winners
Congratulations to Noah Rueda and Kari Powell for advancing to the state competition.
Rayle Electric Essay Winner
Chandler will receive an all expense paid trip to Washington, DC.
Seniors visit Berry Plastics
Washington, GeorgiaL-R: Jake Hahn, Ty Mason, Robert Dandron, Mrs. Stephanie Jordan, Chace Scarboro, David Byrne, Mrs. Ashley Harper
Miss Lincoln County High School
Miss Senior - Maggie Dekreon Miss Junior - Abgail Burt
Miss Sophomore - Katie B. McKinney Miss Freshman - Alleya Saint
Each year, Augusta University sponsors the African-American Scholars Recognition Program. This year, the top two African-American academic seniors of the Class of 2016 are Natasia Harris and Delexica Durham.
Young Harris College
Honor Band Participants
The following Lincoln County Red Pride Band students were
selected to participate with the 2016 Young Harris College Honor Band. This
event was held on Friday and Saturday February 19-20, 2016, on the beautiful Young Harris College Campus. They played with many other students from all over the North
Georgia area. The clinician for this even was the renown retired music educator, Mr. Alfred Watkins. Students had to audition for chair placement by playing
scales and sight reading.
Emily Highsmith - STAR Student
Randy Smith - STAR Teacher
Michelle Zupon and Franke Smith from the Watson Brown
Foundation visited Mrs. Kayce Patrick’s Spanish students and enlightened them
about the Day of the Dead Celebration. After the presentation, students
decorated Calaveras de Azucar, sugar skulls.
MAKING NEURONS IN AP PSYCHOLOGY
Building candy neurons - Students in Randy Smith's AP
Psychology class and Dr. Howie Gunby learned the structural elements
of neurons using candy for the different parts of a neuron. Cupcakes were
the cell body, and twizzlers were axons. Other candies represented
dendrites, myelin sheath, nuclei, axon terminals, and neurotransmitters.
After building the neurons (and eating lots of candy), students went into
the hall to learn how neurons transmit messages to one another and were
timed on various neural communications.