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  • LCPS awarded international District of Distinction honor

    Cognia, the international school improvement organization, has named Lenoir County Public Schools a District of Distinction, a designation of excellence granted to only 20 school districts worldwide for 2021 and an honor associated with LCPS’s strong performance in last spring’s accreditation review.

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  • Generosity a lesson LCPS students ace every Christmas

    The warm feeling that comes from helping others is circulating this Christmas season through LCPS classrooms and clubs, from the youngest students to the oldest, as school communities respond to the needs of individuals and local and national institutions. Generosity is a lesson easily retained but, in the district’s schools, always worth repeating.

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  • Going to college? First-year students have advice for you

    From dealing with homesickness, to picking roommates, to selecting courses, to navigating in the environment of a bigger school and bigger city to making up your mind about a major, 14 current college students who are recent graduates of North Lenoir High School had advice this week for current North Lenoir students who expect to follow in their footsteps.

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  • Job shadowing connects marketing students to marketers

    Nine students from Ashley Griffin’s Sports Entertainment and Marketing honors class at North Lenoir High School shadowed hosts at businesses as varied as Neuse News, the digital news outlet, to the Down East Wood Ducks minor league baseball operation. Lenoir Community College hosted students in its graphic arts department and the college library.

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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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ANNOUNCEMENTS

  • Four students from Mr. Davis's AP Language & Composition class participated in The Quill writing competition and are advancing to the state competition on December 4. Out of all participating schools, these students placed third! Pictured from L to R: Adamary Gaona, Austin Williams, Lexi Laws, and Isabel Rosa-Irizarry.

    QUILL

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  • Hawk Strongorder form

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  • Driver's Education Sign Updrivers ed dates

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  • Rotary

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  • Daily Class schedule

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    Tech Help

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  • Transcript TRANSCRIPTS

    https://needmytranscript.com/lenoir-public-schools-transcript-requestTranscript

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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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