Two students from Lincoln County High School have been selected to serve as student board representatives on the Lincoln County Schools School Board. These students attend all school board meetings and bring a student’s perspective to our school board members. They will serve during the 2021-2022 school year.
Ada Corder is currently a senior at Lincoln County High School. She enjoys participating in the LCHS Student Council, Beta Club, Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA), and Scholar’s Bowl, as well as 4-H outside of school. While still undecided, her current plan is to attend Auburn University upon graduation and major in Health Services Administration. She is very excited to serve alongside Drew as one of the Lincoln County Board of Education’s Student Board Representatives for the current school year.
Drew Daniel is currently a sophomore at LCHS. He is involved in the LCHS Student Council, Future Farmers of America (FFA), and BETA club. In the future, Mr. Daniel plans to attend the University of Tennessee — Knoxville and obtain his Doctorate in Veterinary Science, which stems from his love for agriculture and animals. His goal is to eventually become a veterinarian and open his own practice.