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  • Teachers set record with 2020 Bright Ideas grants

    Lenoir County Public Schools teachers at 13 schools won more than $58,000 in grant awards in competition for regional and statewide Bright Ideas grants presented by N.C. Electric Cooperatives and Tri-County EMC of Dudley.

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  • New First Tech Challenge team up and rolling

    First Tech Challenge offers middle and high school students the opportunity to design, build, test and program robots created to perform specific tasks during competition with other schools and school districts. Seed money for LCPS’s entry into the arena of robotics competition came from a $17,781 state grant the district won in 2019, the second Coding and Mobile App Development Grant awarded LCPS in three years.

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  • District's leader is Southeast Region Superintendent of Year

    LCPS Superintendent Brent Williams has been named the Regional Superintendent of the Year for the 2020-2021 school year and is one of eight nominees for North Carolina Superintendent of the Year.

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  • 60 percent of students going with hybrid plan Monday

    About 60 percent of Lenoir County Public School students plan to return to the classroom Monday when the district activates its hybrid learning option and about 40 percent plan to continue with fully remote learning, according to preliminary data from the district’s Family Choice survey completed last week.

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Announcements

  • Parent Stakeholder Survey
    The upheaval and anxiety caused by the pandemic has impacted everyone’s lives more than we could ever have imagined. We know that many of you are juggling the unexpected challenges of your children’s remote learning while caring for families and dealing with the impact of the shutdowns on your own work. We’d like to know how you feel your children’s remote learning is going—for them, and for you. Your input will let us know where we might need to give your children—and you—additional support. And although we hate to think about it, these insights might help us respond effectively should we ever again have to make a similar, sudden transition. Please take a few minutes to express your thoughts by completing a parent survey that is posted on our school Facebook page and website. If you have any questions, please let us know. Thank you for your input.

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  • Park-and-learn locations listed on flyer

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