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    Zaire Garner: Goodnight Scholarship Winner

    Zaire Garner was on edge for a while Wednesday, waiting for a phone call. By Thursday, he was feeling a lot better. The call had informed the South Lenoir High School senior that he had won a Goodnight Scholarship, one of the most valuable merit scholarships offered at NC State University.

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    Courtney Humphrey: Barnhill Scholarship Winner

    Courtney Humphrey has worked hard in hopes of gaining admission to the University of North Carolina and its prestigious Kenan-Flagler Business School. Her effort has been rewarded. In a six-figure way. The North Lenoir High School senior is winner of the Barnhill Family Assured Admission Scholarship, a four-year, all-expense-paid merit scholarship valued at $100,000.

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    Derrian Wilson: Morehead-Cain Scholarship winner

    Considering the odds – fewer than 3 percent are chosen – Derrian Wilson can be forgiven his sense of surprise, yet here he is: a Kinston High School senior who’s won a Morehead-Cain Scholarship to the University of North Carolina.

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    David Phillippe: U.S. Presidential Scholar Nominee

    Of the thousands of seniors expected to graduate from North Carolina high schools this year, David Phillippe is in a class of his own – one of 19 graduating seniors in the state chosen as a candidate for the 2023 U.S. Presidential Scholars Program.

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    K'la Green: NC AT&T Scholarship Finalist

    K’la Green has had her heart set on going to North Carolina A&T University since she was an eighth grader. Now, her achievements at Lenoir County Early College High School could get her to A&T on a full scholarship.

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    Claire Hollingsworth: Centennial Scholarship Finalist

    North Lenoir High School senior Claire Hollingsworth has been named a finalist for the Centennial Scholarship at NC State University, a four-year merit scholarship worth a minimum of $60,000, plus another $7,500 in enrichment grants.

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  • LCPS seeking substitute teachers

    Are you interested in making a difference in the lives of young people in Lenoir County by becoming a substitute teacher? LCPS is now taking applications for the 2022-2023 school year. To qualify, applicants must complete an Effective Teacher Training course (offered at Lenoir Community College) or possess a valid teaching license, complete an online application and get on the waiting list for an interview. For more information call the HR Department at 252-527-1109.

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    Five LCPS students heading for NC Governor's School

    Chosen in competition for spots at NC Governor's School were Hannah Van (English), Elijah Heath (Natural Science) and Shamiah Hall (Natural Science) of Lenoir County Early College High School; Hayden Zeagler (Math) of South Lenoir High School; and Javiar Grady (Theater) of Kinston High School. The four-week program is scheduled to begin June 15.

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    EB Frink teachers honored with statewide awards

    At the NCMLE awards luncheon in Charlotte on March 21, La’Keesha Faircloth was presented the 2023 Social and Emotional Learning Educator to Watch award and Vinson Biggs was presented the 2023 Social Equity Educator to Watch award.

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    Early College students try on mantle of state leadership

    Thirteen students from Lenoir County Early College High School took on the role of state leaders this past weekend when they joined approximately 200 other North Carolina students in the NC Youth Legislative Assembly (YLA) in Raleigh.

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    Consistent Moss Hill team wins 2023 Science Olympiad

    A single point added up to a first-time win on Friday for the team from Moss Hill Elementary School, champions of the 2023 LCPS Elementary Science Olympiad. Moss Hill racked up a string of top-three finishes to edge out second-place Pink Hill Elementary School and third-place Northwest Elementary School.

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