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Welcome to our NEW website

  • Kellan Bryant

     

    Yay! We’ve got a new website that not only looks good but is also loaded with pictures and information about our school and about LCPS. Information that you once had to go to the district website to find is now right here, within easy reach of our parents, students and friends in the community.

    Our new-look website also has a new internet address: www.lcpsnc.org/khs.

    The site features a responsive design that looks good and works well whether viewed on a desktop, a laptop, a tablet or a phone. Content is automatically scaled and stacked based on screen resolution, enabling as good a user experience on a phone as on a desktop monitor.

    Take a few minutes, drive around the site and let us know what you think. Questions and comments can be sent to me at kbryant@lenoir.k12.nc.us.

    Kellan Bryant / Principal

Announcements

  • Disaster Relief scholarship announced

    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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  • Neuse News internships open

    Applications are now being accepted for high school and college students with a desire to hone their skill in photography, videography, editing, writing, live streaming, graphic design, marketing, social media management and client relationships, among other qualities. This is an opportunity to work with Neuse News. You can find more information at this link.

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District News

  • Scientist shares at Kinston High

    Anna Bryant is characteristic of the guests Kinston High School health science teacher Crystal Payton-Demry invites into her classroom a couple of times a year – young, engaging and a walking, talking example of success in the field of science.

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  • Early College grads set a record

    The promise of the early college concept – that freshmen entering from middle school will, in four or five years, earn not only a high school diploma but also a two-year college degree – has never been more fully realized at Lenoir County Early College High School than by its Class of 2019.

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  • EOP awards go to Jones, Holmes

    LaShonda Jones, a presence in the office at Kinston High School for more than a decade, was named Educational Office Professional of the Year and LCPS public information officer Patrick Holmes was named Administrator of the Year during presentations of annual awards by the Lenoir County chapter of the N.C. Association of Educational Office Professionals at a luncheon earlier this week.

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  • 2019-2020 traditional school calendar approved

    LCPS students going to school according to the 2019-2020 traditional calendar recently approved by the Lenoir County Board of Education won’t see many changes from the calendar they’re following this year – except that the last day of school arrives more than a week earlier in May.

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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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  • 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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