2021 Senior Officer Nominations
Please visit the survey link below from Mrs. J. Hill to vote for senior class officers. The deadline to submit your vote is Wednesday, January 20th. Go ahead and cast your vote!!!!
LCC Guarantee Scholarship InformationLCC's 2021-2022 Scholarship Application is now open!!! The deadline to apply is Friday, March 26. As a reminder, you must complete the FAFSA in order to be eligible for scholarships!To apply for LCC Scholarships (including the LCC Guarantee), please visit: https://www.lenoircc.edu/
foundation/scholarships/Once you arrive at the website listed above, you can select the Foundation Scholarship Application or the LCC Guarantee Scholarship application. If you have not taken any LCC courses while in high school, please complete the Foundation Scholarship application. If you have taken LCC courses while in high school, please complete both the Foundation Scholarship application and the LCC Guarantee Scholarship application.
Heather West SLHS Science Teacher
The Delta Kappa Gamma Society International is a professional honorary society of women educators. The Society promotes professional and personal growth of its members and excellence in education. Established in 1929, Delta Kappa Gamma has attained major objectives in improving opportunities for qualified women employed at every level of education, as well as in advancing the status of women educators.
Lenoir County’s Sigma Chapter of Delta Kappa Gamma recently recognized outstanding beginning teachers in their third year of teaching. These special young women were chosen by their mentors because they exhibit the qualities of an exceptional educator. Each of these young women received a bag filled with teaching supplies, as well as a certificate of recognition and a brochure about Delta Kappa Gamma. The following Lenoir County Public Schools Beginning Teachers were recognized for the month of November, Heather West, Science teacher at South Lenoir High School.
Students representing FFA chapters at North Lenoir and South Lenoir high schools and Woodington Middle School brought home 13 top-three awards, including five first-place awards, in individual events that drew about 50 students from Lenoir, Greene and Jones counties to the Neuse Federation Rally hosted virtually by Mount Olive University.
A few weeks back, barely six months after she had graduated from South Lenoir High School, Aden Rouse received an email from administrators at her new university, N.C. State. The message was this: Aden was now considered a member of the senior class and could graduate with a bachelor’s degree this spring. It was an acknowledgement of Aden’s hard work in a cost-free program called Career and College Promise, where she successfully completed enough college courses to earn two associate degrees by the time she picked up her high school diploma.
When a global pandemic shut down the Lenoir County Education Foundation golf tournament in September, organizers and sponsors could have parked the carts, packed up the clubs and hoped for a better day next fall. Instead, they forgot about playing, remembered their purpose and raised $14,000 to help Lenoir County Public Schools with coronavirus-related expenses.
South Lenoir High School will use a $3,000 grant award from AgCarolina Farm Credit to help refurnish the workshop where students learn welding, metalworking and other skills. A new ventilation system will provide an extra measure of safety in the workshop and allow students to spend more time practicing the hands-on skills that are at the heart of the agriculture education curriculum.