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  • LCPS seeking substitute teachers

    Are you interested in making a difference in the lives of young people in Lenoir County by becoming a substitute teacher? LCPS is now taking applications for the 2021-2022 school year. To qualify, applicants must complete an Effective Teacher Training course (offered at Lenoir Community College) or possess a valid teaching license, complete an online application and get on the waiting list for an interview. For more information call the HR Department at 252-527-1109.

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  • District steps up its free in-school Covid testing program

    LCPS has expanded its corps of school nurses, added the highly accurate PCR test and teamed up with a private firm to interpret test results. The changes are expected to get students back to school sooner, make testing more convenient, and provide some relief for school nurses for whom the work of Covid testing, contact tracing and notification has come to overshadow their myriad other responsibilities.

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  • Chick-fil-A Leader Academy brings county students together

    Typically, a Chick-fil-A Leader Academy enrolls a group of students from a single school; however, John McPhaul, owner/operator of the Kinston restaurant, said he had a “difficult time” choosing one school in the county. Instead, he invited sophomores, juniors and seniors from six of the county’s public and private schools to apply for the initial year of the local academy, which began Tuesday.

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  • District adds support to keep students on track to graduate

    LCPS's dropout rate is at a record low and its graduation rate is at a record high, but Andre Whitfield's new job as high school graduation success officer is to make those best-ever numbers even better.

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  • Graduation rate climbs two points, tops state mark

    Data reported by the N.C. Department of Public Instruction last week put the 2020-2021 combined four-year cohort graduation rate for LCPS’s five high schools at 87.2 percent, up from 85.4 percent in 2019-2020. The state average for the Class of 2021 was 86.9 percent, compared to 87.6 percent for the previous school year.

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