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  • LCPS and Kinston Community Health Center are offering in-school dental screenings for elementary and middle school students who do not have a regular dentist. Learn more and register here.

District News

  •  Dark-haired teacher talks to male elementary students, who's back is to camera.

    Frink, Pink Hill make state Top 10 list for academic progress

    EB Frink Middle School and Pink Hill Elementary School were named a Top 10 School for North Carolina in the National ESEA Distinguished School Program. Both schools were honored for “excellence in servicing special populations of students,” specifically students with disabilities.

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  •  A school resource officer in uniform smiles as he plays a board game with a male student.

    School safety grant going for SROs, technology update

    Lenoir County Public Schools will use a $282,000 grant from the state to increase the number of school resource officers in the district and to upgrade technology essential for school security.

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  •  Four teachers, three women and a man, pose with checks in front of a balloon-draped background.

    LCPS teachers dominate Bright Ideas grant competition

    Lenoir County Public School teachers dominated competition for 2022 Bright Ideas grants presented by Tri-County EMC, winning nearly three-quarters of the grants and money awarded. Of the 110 winning grants announced during an awards celebration in Dudley, LCPS teachers won 78. Of the $92,073 distributed by Tri-County this year, LCPS teachers collected $66,560.

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  •  A male dentist and female assistant examine a kindergarten student.

    In-school dental care back after pandemic-imposed hiatus

    After a two-year absence due to Covid-19, the in-school dental clinics that Kinston Community Health Center (KCHC) offers with LCPS returned this week, doing X-rays, cleanings, examinations and compiling a report card on the state of each student’s oral health – sent home as a way to connect parents with follow-up care for their youngsters at KCHC.

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Announcements

  • 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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