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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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  • Unusual high school career ends well for Class of 2022

    When Class of 2022 seniors spoke at their commencements, they often congratulated their classmates on achieving under difficult circumstances and thanked the teachers, school leaders and family members who helped them reach the milestone represented by a diploma.

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  • Four graduation ceremonies scheduled this week

    Graduation ceremonies for the Class of 2022 at the county’s three traditional high schools will be held in succession on Saturday, June 4. Students at Lenoir County Learning Academy will graduate earlier, on Wednesday morning.

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  • Rotary Youth Leadership

    Rotary Youth Leadership

    Congratulations to Claire Hollingsworth, Andrew Ormond, and Courtney Humphrey for being nominated to represent North Lenoir High School and the LaGrange Rotary Club as junior RYLA delegates. These three juniors will attend the Rotary Youth Leadership Seminar retreat in January in Pine Knoll Shores, where they will participate in high-level leadership training with other juniors across southeastern NC.

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  • Learning a New Trade

    Learning a New Trade

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  • After many years of dedication to the students of NLHS and Lenoir County, Mr Reggie Jenkins, Mrs. Patti Beck Hughes, Ms Katrina Rouse and Mrs. Nelida Gullino will be retiring.  Good luck!!!retirees

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  •  CONGRATULATIONS to the following students for being accepted into Governor's School this summer. The Governor's School of North Carolina is the oldest statewide summer residential program for gifted and talented high school students in the nation. This is quite an accomplishment and reflects the hard work they have put in, both in class and extracurricular.
    Courtney Humphrey-Social Science
    Dakotah Lane-Natural Science
    Austin Williams-Vocal Music
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