Teachers are continuously working to create engaging and meaningful lessons for our students. Teachers are posting assignments daily through Google Classroom or Canvas. Your student should be checking these platforms daily to access their assignments. Several teachers are also having Virtual Class sessions using Zoom (an app pushed out to all student iPads) to meet with their students.
Paper copies of assignments are also available for those in need, these can be located at the school office between the hours of 8-5 pm.
Teachers can be contacted through email and Remind to answer any questions you or your student may have.
PURCHASE YOUR YEARBOOK TODAY!
If you would like to purchase a yearbook, you may do so online by following the instructions below.
Visit www.balfour.com and select your school and follow the ordering instructions.
We have a limited quantity so order yours today! Once they are sold the site will be closed!
Sports teams opening up to home-schoolers
Beginning with the new school year and the fall sports season, Lenoir County Public Schools will open up participation in middle school and high school athletics to home-schooled students in Lenoir County who meet eligibility requirements established recently by the North Carolina High School Athletic Association. Parents of interested students in the Woodington attendance zone should contact our school for more information and to register. Eligibility requirements can be found here.
LCPS & Coronavirus: Keeping our Schools Safe
To help keep students engaged in learning while public school classes are suspended throughout the state, LCPS has distributed materials to parents and students that included printed learning packets and, for elementary students who do not normally take them home, their school-issued iPads. Parents who were unable to pick up these items on Monday should contact their schools as soon as possible this week to make arrangements for getting these items.
High school and middle school students typically have their iPads with them and communicate with teachers via Learning Management Systems to receive and return assignments; they probably do not need to access their schools.
Also, LCPS has opened five feeding sites for "grab-and-go" lunches and next-day breakfasts to help meet students' nutritional needs. To find out more about this effort to support learning and keep students fed while schools are closed, click on the link below.
For LCPS, moving lessons online was both a sharp shift from proscribed teaching practices and a manageable step up for a district that, five years ago, put iPads in the hands of all K-12 students and has made digital learning – and the apps that power it – a key piece of classroom instruction.
A bag lunch and next-day breakfast are provided to all youth 18 and younger in Lenoir County and all LCPS students regardless of age. The program operates weekdays from 10:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. from five school cafeterias – Kinston, North Lenoir and South Lenoir high schools, Southeast Elementary School and E.B. Frink Middle School.
First-place awards in varsity competition at Regional X competition – and tickets to N.C. Science Olympiad competition April 24-25 in Raleigh – went to Dawson Tyndall and Ryan Williams of South Lenoir High, Isaiah Howard and Tanner Jones of Woodington Middle and Marwan Albaadani and Jameon Estep of Rochelle Middle.