Dear LCR3 Families,
Our community has always been strong, and during this unprecedented time, our strength is easy to see. Your patience and partnership as we tread these uncharted waters together is greatly appreciated. We have seen a continued outpouring of volunteerism and donations to support our students and families. We are grateful for each individual that makes up our LCR3 family and community.
During our extended closure, all buildings and offices are closed. However, learning continues as many employees are working from home. At this time, the best way to reach us is by sending an e-mail. You can find our contact information on our department pages or under the "Contact Us" tab on the left side of each school's webpage. This page will be a compilation of resources for our families for the duration of our closure. Please bookmark this page to stay up-to-date on the latest information.
Though our buildings are closed, our mission remains the same. We will strive every day to provide trusting relationships and superior instruction. We care about and miss each child and adult that is a member of our LCR3 family. We look forward to seeing them in our halls again. Until then, we will get through this time apart, together.
Updates will be provided as the situation continues to evolve. In the meantime, we will do our best to support one another. As always, please reach out to us, your school or teacher if you have a need and we will do our best to support you and your family.
Mark S. Penny
Superintendent of Schools
How Can I help?
The Buddy Bags program is a feeding program for the students in the Lincoln County R-III School District. It is supported completely by volunteers and donations from the community. The program collects non-perishable, easily consumed food products to provide to students for meals over the weekend. During the school year, approximately 300-400 students receive a Buddy Bag each Friday. However, during our extended closure due to the on-going public health crisis, COVID-19, we are providing almost twice the amount of Buddy Bags weekly. If you would like to learn more about this program you can visit the Facebook page @buddbagstroyr3. Many community businesses have volunteered to collect food items for our program. The full list can be also be found on the Facebook page.