​​Lincoln County R-III Education Foundation

Events Calendar


* Fundraising Event

  • July 8 -             Lincoln County Fair Parade
  • August 6-9        R-III Open Houses
  • September 20-  Donor Breakfast
  • October 27 -      City of Troy Pumpkin Fest
  • November 7 -      Grant Application Workshop
  • November 14 -    Grant Application Workshop
  •  February 4 -     Grant Applications Due
  • February 23 -     *Comedy Night
  • March 13 -R-III Health Fair/*Buick Drive One
  • April 13  -         A Night at the Hungate    
  • May -               *Major Saver Card Sales
  • May -                2019 Grant Brigade

Jim Burlison

Shirley Collier

Pam McNicholas


Our school district

  • Covers 238 square miles and three municipalities with over 6,450 students
  • Operates 13 schools (including the LARGEST middle school in Missouri)
  • Free/reduced lunch program has grown from 22% to 45% in the past eight years
  • 26th largest district in Missouri (out of 524) with an assessed value of $430M. Most districts our size have an assessed value of $1B or more.
  • Highly transient student population rate of       ~20% annually
  • Our school district is the largest employer in Lincoln County

Vicki Hubbard

Programs Co-Chair


2018-19 SPONSORS






Passion and Service

The LCR3EF board is diverse in age, background, and experience; but we are equally passionate in our belief of public schools and the excellent education they can offer every child. That passion, along with a belief that being a part of a community means that each member should find a way to serve; unites us in common purpose to work to provide ALL children in Lincoln County RIII Schools deeper, richer, broader, opportunities to further their education.

Cinda Bonds​

​Secretary &

Programs Co-Chair

Our Community

  • Located one hour northwest of St. Louis, Lincoln County is largely rural with many residents commuting to the St. Louis metro area for employment
  • Lincoln County is the second fastest growing county in Missouri ~ 35% growth from 2000 to   2010; stabilizing at 1.2% growth from 2008 to 2012
  • The 1.2% population growth (2008-2012) is dwarfed in comparison to a 19.3% increase in​poverty over the same period
  • Lincoln County’s median household income was $53,542 in 2012 compared to $54,938 in 2007

Our Board

Jaime Hubert

​Events Chair

​​Lauren Fast


Leo Pagano