Lincoln Middle Wildcat
Lincoln Middle School
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78 Jerry Toth Drive

Shinnston, WV 26431

304-326-7540

Wildcats



The LMS school science fair will be held Friday, February 9, 2018.


Nov.27- Dec. 13

Animal Sheler Collection

Fri, Decmeber 8                          3-6 pm  Holiday Dance


Sat, December 9

Wrestling @ Cameron                  10:00


All students will begin benchmarking- take this seriously


Tuesday, December 12                PSAT 8

Wrestling Tri Match  at home          5:00                                                            

Thursday, December 14

7th grade reward trip  

Basketball v. WIMS                          4:00


Friday, December 15

Clubs (if behavior permits) 


                         




Students of the Month


Lincoln Middle School is proud to announce the October

 Students of the Month


6th Grade Winners

Payton Riley and Brailynn Selmon


7th Grade Winners

Gabrielle Parrish and Ashton Fratto


8th Grade Winners 

Brooklyn Powell and Brayden Arcuri




8th Grade Winners 

Savannah Jones and Mathew Kerns




Congratulations to Franko Kovar, he placed 3rd in the state School Bus Safety Contest!  

2017-18

HARRISON COUNTY

CHEER CHAMPIONS

Academic/School Honors


State School Bus Safety Poster

Franko Kovar 3rd place


 Harrison County Math Field Day

8th grade Lleyton Wolfe 2nd place

7thgrade Anna Hayhurst  1st place


County Social Studies Fair Winners

Mathew Kerns & Justin Butcher  1st Place

Sierra Menendez 1st Place

Brooklyn Davisson 1st Place

???????Maddox Perine, Grant Nuzum, Liam Gallagher

Alexis Williams & Alli Bragg 3rd Place


County Spelling Bee Winners

Savannah Jones & Abby Jones



Atheltic Honors


2016-17 Harrison County Girls' Basketball Champions




Free Tutoring

Individual tutoring is available for adults,

teens, and kids

 in reading, writing, math, GED/TASC help, computer skills, tutoring in various subjects in school and help with studying for job training and  certification tests.

We also offer:

Free Homework Help

Free Individual tutoring and English Classes (ESL/ ELL)

 Literacy Volunteers  (304) 624-0533

LMS Mission Statement


The mission of LMS with the support of family, community and school partners is to foster intellectual growth, moral excellence, and responsibility, while developing lifelong twenty-first century learners in an environment where all students feel safe and secure. 

LMS 2017-18

Student Council Officers


President- Brooklyn Fazzini

Vice President-Mathew Kerns Secretary- Haylen Book

Treasurer- Katie Smith

Historian- Gabbie Parrish

Lincoln Middle School Summative Assessment

Congratulations to the Modern Woodsman Speech Contest Winners:  1st: Nick Kellar,

2nd: Isabella Herrod, 3rd Delany Haller

Congratulations to the following county 

science fair winners:
Audrey Fleece and Katie Dotson  - 2nd place - Chemistry and Biochemistry category

Isabella and Mason Loss - 2nd place - Energy and Engineering category 

Youth in Government

March 27th-29th

Avery Riley

Kandace Robinson

Payton Hawkins

Zach Snyder

The Lincoln Middle School Based Health Center will be offering the Meningitis and Tdap vaccines throughout the end of the school year.  These vaccines are required by the state of West Virginia prior to entering 7th grade.  Please contact the School Based Health Center at Lincoln Middle on Monday or Wednesday between 7:30 am and 3:30 pm or on Friday between 7:30 am and 11:15 am at 304-592-5082 if interested.  Parents do not need to be present, but are always welcome.

Submit An Absence Excuse Below

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Click here to see WV Immunization Requirements for 7th Graders 

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 Broad Goals


R  each out to Families and Community


O  pen Doors to New Technologies


A  dvance Student Achievement


R  aise School Culture to New Level

This website is maintained by Lisa D. Kerns, LMS Webmaster.

Any questions or comments please

fill out form above.

lkerns@k12.wv.us

LMS Core Beliefs 


1. All will participate in providing a positive, healthy, safe, and drug-free environment.

2. Education is an equally important three-part effort: students, parents, and teachers.

3. All students and parents must recognize that regular attendance is vital to student success.

4. All will demonstrate good character, civility, integrity, and sound stewardship.

5. Prepare students for the future focusing on real-life applications.

6. Instruction methods are varied to ensure all students' needs are met.