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  • Parents' Bill of Rights: Opportunity to Comment

    The Lenoir County Board of Education is in the process of reviewing a new LCPS policy that incorporates a Parents' Bill of Rights for their Child's Education. As part of the review process, the Board is soliciting comments from parents, teachers, administrators, and community partners on the Parents' Bill of Rights. To view the proposed Parents' Bill of Rights and to access the online comment tool, go to this page. We encourage stakeholder involvement in the development of the revisions to the Parental Involvement policy.  The proposed policy revisions will be reviewed by the Lenoir County Board of Education at its Monday, Sept. 11, meeting and again at its Monday, Oct. 2, meeting. Both meetings will be held at the Board of Education office at 2017 W. Vernon Ave., beginning at 6 p.m. Deadline for comments using this online tool is Oct. 2.

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  •  Male high school freshman gives a thumbs-up as he drops a ballot into SGA election box.

    Early College turns SGA elections into 'teachable moment'

    In an era where youth knowledge and involvement in the political system is vital to the health of our country, students at the Lenoir County Early College High School had the opportunity to vote for their Student Government representation in a way that mirrored the process and rigor of municipal, state and federal elections.

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    LCPS taps top EC educators for annual awards

    Two Lenoir County Public School educators who not only teach the students in their Exceptional Children’s classrooms but also work to champion their success have been honored with the EC Department’s top awards for 2023-2024. Stacy Britt of North Lenoir High School is the EC Teacher of the Year and Shonda Hines of Kinston High School is the EC Teacher Assistant of the Year.

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    Viking Press recognized at annual UNC Institute

    Kinston High's media staff, The Viking Press, received two awards at the recent North Carolina Scholastic Media Association's Annual Institute, held at UNC-Chapel Hill's Hussman School of Journalism and Media.

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    Kinston police had questions, Teamship group had answers

    A group of South Lenoir High School students put their heads together during this summer’s District C Teamship program to develop strategies the Kinston Police Department could use to bolster community relations and, in turn, boost recruiting efforts. The police department has already adopted four of the students’ ideas.

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