Lenoir County Public Schools

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  • Winter coat drive underway

    Kinston Kares is seeking winter coats for children in need in Lenoir County. LCPS has worked with Kinston Kares and founder Angie Weldin previously on school supply drives with good success. The collection point for the coats is Brian West Jewelers at 1002 W. Vernon Ave.

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  • Sports teams opening up to home-schoolers

    Beginning with the new school year and the fall sports season, Lenoir County Public Schools will open up participation in middle school and high school athletics to home-schooled students in Lenoir County who meet eligibility requirements established recently by the North Carolina High School Athletic Association. Parents of interested students in the E.B. Frink attendance zone should contact our school for more information and to register. Eligibility requirements can be found here.

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  • Four seniors tapped for new pre-apprenticeship program

    The future looks clear and bright for four high school seniors selected as the first students to participate in a first-ever pre-apprenticeship program in Lenoir County, a partnership between Crown Equipment’s Kinston plant and LCPS that creates a career pathway for students ready to go to work after graduation.

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  • Students immersed in music at UNCW Honor Band Festival

    Seven North Lenoir High School students are immersed in music this week, taking lessons, attending concerts and performing as members of the UNCW Honor Band.

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  • Schools do super in contest promoting public education

    E.B. Frink Middle School won first place for its video and a poster created in an exceptional children class at Southeast Elementary School won third place in statewide contests sponsored by the North Carolina School Boards Association designed to highlight “What’s Super about Public Schools.” North Lenoir High earned an honorable mention for its video in the high school division.

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  • Teachers at six schools win 12 NC Bright Ideas grants

    Lenoir County’s 12 grants – which included six to teachers at Contentnea-Savannah K-8 School – ranked it No. 2 in total awards. Other schools in the winner’s circle were Kinston High School and Northwest, Northeast, Southeast and Southwood elementary schools.

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