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A Message From Our Principal

  • Steve Saint-Amand

     

    Dear South Lenoir Family,

    Every school year brings new challenges and fresh beginnings.  This year has been no different.  South Lenoir continues to offer new and exciting opportunities to our students.  These opportunities will lead to increased rigor and higher academic achievement for our students.  For educators and parents, alike, nothing is more satisfying than reaching a child, academically and socially, and watching the student grow and blossom in front of our eyes.

    South Lenoir is a wonderful school, full of tradition and pride.  We are very fortunate to have the support of community stakeholders.  We are also blessed to have wonderful kids who work hard and produce great results in the classroom as well.  Additionally, I am also thankful for our staff who strive to do what is best for our students as well as make the necessary sacrifices to see that each student has the best opportunity to succeed.

    Thank you for all you do for South Lenoir. I hope that each of you have a successful school year and please know our doors are always open to your concerns. Go Blue Devils!

     

    Steve Saint-Amand / Principal

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Announcements

  • Basketball Camp scheduled

    SLHS will hold Basketball Camp during the week of June 24-27 for students in grades 1-9. Here is the registration form. If you are interested, please print the form and submit, along with registration fee, to Mr. Jeremy Barnett.

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  • Just a reminder to make sure to look over the "Senior Dates to Know" memo and write down important dates in regards to graduation and other senior dates.  Note:  Baccalaureate will be held on May 29th as listed on the memo.  This is a Wednesday evening.  Baccalaureate will not be held on Sunday before graduation because it is during Memorial Day Weekend.  Have a great day! 

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District News

  • Early College grads set a record

    The promise of the early college concept – that freshmen entering from middle school will, in four or five years, earn not only a high school diploma but also a two-year college degree – has never been more fully realized at Lenoir County Early College High School than by its Class of 2019.

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  • 2019-2020 traditional school calendar approved

    LCPS students going to school according to the 2019-2020 traditional calendar recently approved by the Lenoir County Board of Education won’t see many changes from the calendar they’re following this year – except that the last day of school arrives more than a week earlier in May.

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  • 2019-2020 Teacher of the Year

    Jennifer Sutton of La Grange Elementary School, a veteran educator who feels compassion is the key to reaching students, was named LCPS Teacher of the Year for 2019-2020 during the district’s annual Employee Recognition Banquet on Thursday night.

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  • 2019-2020 Principal of the Year

    Stacy Cauley, the young leader of Lenoir County’s most historic public school, is the LCPS Principal of the Year for 2019-2020.

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  • Meeting with legislators

    Before they met for breakfast on Monday, leaders of Lenoir County Public Schools and the two state legislators who represent Lenoir County had a meeting of the minds on key public education issues now before the N.C. General Assembly.

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  • Music on successive Saturdays

    Music and art will take centerstage the next two Saturday as Lenoir County Public Schools showcases its All-County Band for middle and high school musicians and its All-County Chorus for elementary, middle and high school vocalists.

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