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  • Disaster Relief scholarships available

    The North Carolina Community Foundation is pleased to announce the NCCF Disaster Relief & Resilience Scholarship for students in our area. This scholarship opportunity is intended to support students affected by Hurricane Matthew or Hurricane Florence. Eligible students are attending or planning to attend a two-year or four-year institution of higher learning in the immediately following year and resided in areas impacted by Hurricanes Matthew or Florence. The scholarship may be renewed for up to four years. Applicants will be considered based on the severity of the impact of the disaster on their lives, their financial need, and how they have demonstrated resilience in overcoming obstacles related to the disasters. Applications are due April 30 and can be accessed at this link.

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  • South Lenoir High Awards Day

    The South Lenoir High School Awards Day ceremony for the Class of 2019 will be Thursday, May 16, at 9 a.m. in Munn Gymnasium. Anyone interested in presenting an award or previously announced scholarship during this event should contact school counselor Candi Tyndall at 252-568-6161 or by email by Thursday, May 9, in order to be included in the ceremony and program.

     

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  • North Lenoir High Awards Day

    The Awards Day ceremony for the North Lenoir High School class of 2019 will be held on Friday, May 17 at 9 a.m. in the school's auditorium. Anyone interested in presenting an award or scholarship to a student or students during the awards ceremony should contact school counselor Rachel Hewett at rhewett@lenoirk12.nc.us or at 252-527-9184 by Friday, May 10, in order to be included in the program.

     

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  • Woodington's Duke TIP scholars

    Woodington Middle School seventh grader Connor Rowand has earned state and national recognition from the Duke University Talent Identification Program for his ACT test score and three other Woodington students have won plaudits from Duke TIP for their results.

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  • LCPS staffer new state president

    Sharron James-Bizzell, licensure specialist in Lenoir County Public Schools’ human resources department, is the new state president of the North Carolina Association of Educational Office Professionals.

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  • A runner-up no more

    After two straight years of finishing in second place, the team from Moss Hill Elementary got over the hump to win the closest Elementary Battle of the Books contest in its 10-year history.

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  • 2019-2020 Teacher of the Year

    Jennifer Sutton of La Grange Elementary School, a veteran educator who feels compassion is the key to reaching students, was named LCPS Teacher of the Year for 2019-2020 during the district’s annual Employee Recognition Banquet on Thursday night.

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  • State Science Fair winners

    Two LCPS students came home from the North Carolina Science and Engineering Fair with awards and one of them won the chance to take his science fair project to national competition in Washington, D.C., next October.

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  • Budding artists and 'Art in Bloom'

    Art treasures acquired a new, organic dimension for a group of students from the International Baccalaureate and Honors Art programs at Kinston High School when they took in the “Art in Bloom” exhibit at the North Carolina Museum of Art recently.

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