We are pleased that your child is a student in our school system and welcome your input and involvement throughout your child’s school career. If you have specific questions about your child, please contact your child’s teacher or principal for assistance. We encourage you to be involved at your child’s school.
The Lumpkin County School System has three elementary schools. In order to maintain school populations, the school system has established attendance zones. If you are unsure of your zone or need additional information, please contact the Transportation Department at 706.864.2416.
Parent engagement has numerous benefits for students and parents. It is a process, not just a program of activities. Your interaction with your children is the cornerstone of parent engagement as parents are the central contributor to their child’s education. All parents have hopes and goals for their children, and we look forward to partnering with you to support your child’s success in school.
Higher achievement in reading
Positive attitudes and behavior
Higher grades and test scores with fewer placements in special education
Higher graduation rates and greater enrollment rates in postsecondary education
A deeper understanding of educational programs and how the school works
Increased confidence in their ability to help their children learn at home
Increased confidence in the school
Increased educational support for their child
Higher regard for both parents and teachers
Our school system partners with McGriff Insurance Services to offer families Student Accident Insurance for school-time coverage or 24-hour coverage. If you are interested in purchasing this optional accident insurance for your child(ren), visit k12studentinsurance.com.
The LCHS Athletic Department is offering an All Sports Pass that is good for all home high school athletic events excluding state playoff games and tournaments. Adult passes are $60 and student passes are $30. Passes can be purchased in the LCHS Front Office.
Starting with the 2021-2022 school year, the State of Georgia passed the Dexter Mosley Act, effectively creating a process for home study (homeschooling) students in grades 6-12 an opportunity to participate in extracurricular/interscholastic activities through their resident public school system.
The Lumpkin County School System adopted these procedures for implementing the Dexter Mosley Act: LCSS Procedures for Students/Parents.