District News

  • School Nutrition - Changes in High School Lunch Policy


    The revised school nutrition policy will allow High School students to charge two meals or $5.50.  Students owing more than $5.50 and who do not have money, will receive a differentiated meal (cheese sandwich, fruit, and milk or water).  If a student needs help paying for school meals, they can complete a free or reduced meal application.  Free/Reduced Applications are available on our website, at the CN Office, and the school office.   If a student or parent needs assistance with meal applications, they can contact Amanda Davis at 704-736-4301. 

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  • School Starts on August 29th - Welcome Back

    The school year is getting ready to start and students will be riding on buses and in cars as they make their way to school. Be careful and drive safely as the buses take to the roads to transport students.


    Lincoln County Schools:
    Operates 112 school buses each day
    Operates 28 activity buses
    School buses drive over 6,000 miles a day
    Activity buses travel over 100,000 miles each year
    School buses transport 5,900 students daily




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