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  • Teacher of Year has head for math, heart for 'honeybuns'

    Pauline Lindo, who sees her seventh graders as individuals when it comes to teaching math but who thinks of them all as her “honeybuns” when it comes to encouraging them, is the LCPS Teacher of the Year for 2022-2023. Lindo, who has spent the last five of her 20 years in the classroom at EB Frink Middle School, received the award Tuesday night at the district’s annual Employee Recognition Banquet.

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  • Six students from four schools tapped for Governor's School

    Six students representing four LCPS high schools will spend a month this summer at the selective North Carolina Governor’s School, receiving specialized instruction in academic or artistic disciplines they’re passionate about.

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  • 26 LCPS students competing in state Science Fair

    Twenty-six LCPS students and their 20 projects are moving on the 2022 Virtual NC Science and Engineering Fair after top finishes in regional competition. The virtual state competition started Friday and runs through the weekend, with awards presentations beginning at 2 p.m. Sunday.

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  • HBCUs topic of Black History Month 'table talk'

    To the life-defining questions of which college and what career add one about the advantage – or not – of attending a college whose culture and ethnic composition more closely match the fact that you’re an African American high school student.

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