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  • Teachers set record with 2020 Bright Ideas grants

    Lenoir County Public Schools teachers at 13 schools won more than $58,000 in grant awards in competition for regional and statewide Bright Ideas grants presented by N.C. Electric Cooperatives and Tri-County EMC of Dudley.

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  • North Lenoir senior is Presidential Scholars nominee

    North Lenoir High School senior Karrie-Lyn Deaver will represent Lenoir County Public Schools in competition for U.S. Presidential Scholars Program recognition for CTE students. LCPS announced her selection while honoring her and the two other county finalists, Nya Peoples of Kinston High School and Brian Martinez-Gonzalez of South Lenoir High School.

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  • MajorClarity Day to launch journey of career exploration

    On Nov. 4, designated by LCPS as MajorClarity Day, all students at Kinston, North Lenoir and South Lenoir high schools will log on to the digital career planning platform to explore occupations that interest them and that match up to personality traits revealed in a widely-used assessment.

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  • New First Tech Challenge team up and rolling

    First Tech Challenge offers middle and high school students the opportunity to design, build, test and program robots created to perform specific tasks during competition with other schools and school districts. Seed money for LCPS’s entry into the arena of robotics competition came from a $17,781 state grant the district won in 2019, the second Coding and Mobile App Development Grant awarded LCPS in three years.

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    Students, Parents, and Guardians,

     

    On September 28, 2020, Lenoir County Public Schools high school students will transition to Plan B (hybrid learning).  While some students will remain on Plan C (fully remote), all student schedules will change due to the need for simultaneous in-person and remote instruction.  Students who selected hybrid instruction are assigned to Cohort A or Cohort B.  Students who selected fully remote instruction are assigned to Cohort C.

     

    LCPS high schools will operate on a continuous instructional model.  This means that teachers will cover new content throughout the week.  High School courses are on a semester schedule and there is a considerable amount of content to cover prior to the end of the semester.  In order to receive all instructional content, students must attend the Zoom sessions for their classes on remote learning days.  This would include students that are fully remote as well as hybrid students on their remote instruction days.

     

    Wednesdays are remote learning days for all students. There will be no whole-class instruction on Wednesdays.  

     

    Hybrid (face-to-face) students will have to complete the CDC Screening process daily. This has been pushed out to every iPad and can also be accessed at https://www.cdc.gov/screening/index.html. Students must be able to show this information when checking in with staff members. It may be a good idea to make it a quick link on student cell phones. 

     

    Students can begin arriving on campus at 7:45. No students can be dropped off prior to 7:45. All students must go through screening procedures.  Carpool students must remain in their vehicles until their temperatures are taken and CDC screener checked. For students that drive, students will be screened as they enter the student parking lot.  Students CANNOT enter the campus from the church parking lot or be dropped off in front of the school. No one can exit vehicles until being screened. Students cannot enter the building without following the above procedures.

     

    The morning tardy bell will ring at 8:00 am and school will dismiss at 1:45 pm.  Teachers will be available for office hours between 2:15 - 3:15 pm.  Students needing additional help may schedule time to meet with their teachers during afternoon office hours or on Wednesdays.

     

    Daily schedules for each Cohort are listed below. Please note that the breakfast and lunch schedules will be specific to classes and will be provided by the teacher on Monday.  If you have questions regarding the school schedule, please contact the school office.  

     

    Specific student information will be emailed to students later in the week as soon as bus routes are finalized. Students need to check their emails daily for important information. A school map is attached to help with navigation for our new students.

     

    Sincerely,

    NLHS Administration Team

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