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  • LCPS gearing up for 'blockbuster' of summer learning

    Already, nearly 2,000 students have enrolled in the summer learning sessions that begin July 5 for elementary students and July 11 for middle and high school students. All four academic camps run Monday through Thursday from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. and will end on July 28.

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  • 32 retirees honored for combined 806 years of service

    Lenoir County Public School employees who together have amassed 806 years of service to schools and school children were honored Wednesday for their loyalty, their longevity and, as Superintendent Brent Williams said, for doing “that which has never been done before.”

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  • LCPS educators among first Rethink Education grads

    Seven LCPS educators whose work helps ensure the quality of the district’s standard-setting digital learning initiative have earned their Rethink Education Facilitator Badge from the N.C. Department of Instruction as members of the initial cohort trained to become experts in how to use new statewide blended learning models that add online learning to existing classroom teaching.

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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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