Lenoir County Public Schools

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LCPS and Coronavirus: Keeping Our Schools Safe

  •    Brent Williams poses while seated behind his desk Lenoir County Public Schools is proud to be able to keep learning alive for our students while schools are closed and proud to be able to distribute nearly 5,000 meals each weekday to help feed young people while they are at home and missing the service of our cafeterias. LCPS is prouder still to know that Lenoir County has noticed the hard work of our teachers, administrators and staff. Those good wishes make a difficult time much easier to endure. Superintendent Brent Williams took a few minutes out of his hectic schedule to tape a message of gratitude and assurance for students, parents and teachers; and we've added it to the coronavirus section of our website. You'll also find information there from the State Board of Education and the N.C. Department of Public Instruction about the impact of the outbreak on standardized testing, NC final exams and the path to graduation for the Class of 2020. Remember that our schools are closed to visitors but are staffed by people willing to assist you by phone. Parents with questions related to remote learning should contact their student's teacher or school.

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  • Student transfer request form available

    The student transfer request form for intra-district transfers within Lenoir County but outside of a student's normal attendance zone is now live on the district website. You can find an explanation of the district's student transfer policy and the procedure for requesting a transfer on this page.

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  • Job openings for summer STEM tutors

    STEM Corps East, an AmeriCorps tutoring and enrichement program, is offering summer employment opportunities for students interested in tutoring young people in math and science. Applicants must be at least 17 years old and must have transportation. Sites where tutors will work are the Lenoir County Boys & Girls Club in Kinston and A Time for Science in Grifton and Greenville. There are two types of service-focused STEM internships available this summer: quarter time, serving 10-20 hours per week, and minimum time, serving eight to 14 hours per week. Click here to access the STEM Corps East Application.

     

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  • Scholarships fuel two South Lenoir seniors' career plans

    Michaela Elmore has been chosen for the selective Honors College at East Carolina University and will attend as a Chancellor’s Fellow, using the four years of tuition-free education to propel her drive to become a physician. Classmate Avery Harper will attend North Carolina State University as an N.C. Teaching Fellow and winner of the merit-based program’s $33,000 in educational assistance.

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  • Remote learning a manageable step up for LCPS

    For LCPS, moving lessons online was both a sharp shift from proscribed teaching practices and a manageable step up for a district that, five years ago, put iPads in the hands of all K-12 students and has made digital learning – and the apps that power it – a key piece of classroom instruction.

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  • Feeding program expanding to bus delivery

    Beginning Monday, Lenoir County Public Schools is expanding its no-cost feeding program to include delivery of meals by school bus to numerous locations throughout the county.

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  • Feeding program launches, serving 3,800 meals in two days

    A bag lunch and next-day breakfast are provided to all youth 18 and younger in Lenoir County and all LCPS students regardless of age. The program operates weekdays from 10:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. from five school cafeterias – Kinston, North Lenoir and South Lenoir high schools, Southeast Elementary School and E.B. Frink Middle School.

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