The next Drivers Education class will begin on Tuesday ,September 20. The class will meet three days face to face. On the days we meet face to face, we will meet in the school cafeteria immediately after school dismisses. The three days of face to face instruction will be Tuesday Sept.20, Monday Sept.26 and Thursday Sept. 29. Students must be 15 years old by March 20, 2023 in order to participate in the class. The class is open to the first 65 students to register. Click the link below to register.
2022-23 SLHS Staff of the Year
Congratulations to our 2022-23 Staff of the Year recipients.
Teacher of the Year
Teacher Assistant of the Year
Classified Staff of the Year
The challenge was to document a challenge, and South Lenoir High School senior Ricki Lane met it in a way that won her a statewide award and $2,000 her school plans to use to upgrade its student counseling annex.
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.
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.
The FFA Creed is five paragraphs and 258 words. Rachel Noble has spent years not just learning it, but also learning what it is about. That dedication paid off Thursday when the South Lenoir High School sophomore won the top award in the Creed Speaking competition at the National FFA Convention in Indianapolis.