Lenoir County Public Schools

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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 2019-2020 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. The next round of interviews will take place this summer. For more information call the HR Department at 252-527-1109.

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  • Guest educators tout value of building relationships

    A goal for the new school year that district leaders and principals made a priority during their planning retreat in July – to ensure that all students have full and equal access to learning opportunities – received a ringing endorsement from two nationally known educators in Kinston this week to work with more than 700 LCPS teachers and school administrators.

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  • Convocation keynoter recruits 'educator diplomats'

    Freebird McKinney, the 2018 Burroughs Wellcome Fund North Carolina teacher of the year, keynoted LCPS’s opening day convocation at Grainger Stadium on Monday, telling more than 1,100 school district employees – including more than 700 teachers and school administrators – that they are “educator diplomats” fighting for a cause.

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  • Northeast principal, federal programs director named

    Rashard P. Curmon brings experience in school administration, in curriculum coaching and in classroom instruction to his leadership role at Northeast. Beverly A. Kee will move from her position as assistant director of federal programs in Wayne County to direct the LCPS program.

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  • Education experts to help welcome teachers, staff back

    Lenoir County Public Schools will welcome its more than 1,100 teachers, staff members and school administrators back for the 2019-2020 school year next week with four days of presentations and workshops featuring educators of national renown.

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  • Early College opens with promise of hard work, more fun

    While principal Diane Heath is already thinking ahead to Graduation Day for the students who entered Lenoir County Early College High School the same year she started there, Day One of the 2019-2020 school year was more about the present, about promulgating goals and laying the groundwork to build on the school's notable success.

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  • Pink Hill wins Community Foundation grant

    A $550 grant award from the Lenoir County Community Foundation will go toward a basketball goal and other outdoor equipment as well as PE aids like yoga balls.

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