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  • Early College invites 8th graders and parents

    Lenoir County Early College High School would like to extend an invitation to eighth graders and their parents to attend an informational meeting about our 2020-2021 Early College High School program -- a wonderful opportunity to obtain a high school diploma and an associate degree while attending high school on the campus of Lenoir Community College. We hope that you will join us for one of two scheduled meetings that will be held on the campus of Lenoir Community College in the Administration Building Auditorium on Jan. 28 and Feb. 4 at 6 p.m. You will have an opportunity to speak with Early College staff members and visit the school at the conclusion of each meeting session.

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  • Interested in honoring a North Lenoir senior?

    The Awards Day ceremony for the North Lenoir High School Class of 2020 will be held Thursday, May 7, at 9 a.m. in the school's auditorium. Individuals or organizations interested in offering a scholarship to members of the graduating class should contact Mrs. Hilary Lucas by Wednesday, April 1, at hlucas@lenoir.k12.nc.us or at 252-527-9184 with the scholarship details. Those interested in presenting an award or scholarship to a student or students during the awards ceremony should contact Mrs. Rachel Hewett at rhewett@lenoirk12.nc.us or at 252-527-9184 by Thursday, April 30, in order to be included in the program.

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  • Teacher of Year finalists judge success by their students

    Kristen Davenport, a science teacher at E.B. Frink Middle School; Ryan Gardner, a science teacher at South Lenoir High School; and Barbara Purdie, an English teacher at Kinston High School have emerged as Teacher of the Year contenders from a field of 18 teachers who represent each of the district’s schools and its pre-kindergarten program.

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  • Grant provides 'lettuce' for Pink Hill luncheon

    When school volunteers dig into the salad course at Pink Hill Elementary’s annual volunteer appreciation luncheon in May, they will have a grant from NC Beautiful and the gardening skills of Brenda Griffin’s fourth-grade class to thank for their healthy appetizer.

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  • School board approves instructional calendars for 2020-21

    For students on the traditional calendar, the school year will begin on Aug. 24, 2020, in accordance with state law, and end on May 28, 2021. Instructional breaks are largely unchanged – three days around Thanksgiving in November, about two weeks around Christmas and New Year’s, a week after Easter and teacher workdays in months where there are no holidays.

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  • Going Local grants go to two elementary teachers

    Brenda Griffin, a fourth-grade teacher at Pink Hill Elementary School, won a Going Local grant for $320 and Katherine Sowers, a kindergarten teacher at La Grange Elementary School, won a Going Local grant for $199. Both grants, presented through the N.C. Farm Bureau's Ag in the Classroom program, will allow students to grow plants in their classrooms and learn about the life cycle of plants.

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