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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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  • Academic success earns honors for scores of grads

    Despite having spent nearly half their junior year and all their senior year going to school under the cloud of a global pandemic, the Class of 2021 left its mark in the LCPS record books – a most-ever total of 55 students who exited high school with both a diploma and a two-year college degree, plus the second-best total for scholarship offers at $11.3 million. However, within the achievements of the group – the 589 graduates – scores of seniors stood out for their academic success.

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  • School board approves new principals, district promotions

    Acting on the recommendations of Superintendent Brent Williams, the school board promoted three assistant principals to positions of school leadership – Jeremy Barnett, assistant principal at Kinston High School this past school year, to principal at Moss Hill Elementary School; Dr. Heather Lancaster, assistant principal at Contentnea-Savannah K-8 School, to principal at Southwood Elementary School; and Terry Wooten, assistant principal at Rochelle Middle School to principal there. Steve Saint-Amand, who retired in June 2020 after leading South Lenoir High for 10 years, is coming out of retirement to become principal at Lenoir County Early College High School, filling the vacancy created by the retirement this month of Diane Heath.

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  • Payroll specialist, retiring principal honored by EOP

    Lori Bryan, the payroll specialist in the school district’s Finance Department and a perennial leader of the county EOP chapter, was named Educational Office Professional of the Year; and Diane Heath, a 31-year educator with LCPS and retiring principal of Lenoir County Early College High School, was honored as Administrator of the Year by the Lenoir County chapter of N.C. Association of Educational Office Professionals.

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  • After 740 years in education, it's retirement time for 28

    Twenty-eight women and men who altogether have dedicated 740 years to the education of young people were recognized not only for their longevity but also their loyalty during the annual LCPS Retirement Luncheon held last week.

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