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  • In-school immunizations offered

    The Lenoir County Health Department is partnering with LCPS nurses to offer in-school immunization clinics the week of March 11-14 for students who need their school-required vaccines. This is for rising 7th graders and rising seniors. Most major insurances are accepted. If your child is uninsured, they can receive their vaccines as well. Forms required for immunization have been distributed to students to take home. If you did not receive a form, one can be downloaded at this link: http://tinyurl.com/5835b638. Please complete the required form and return to your school nurse as soon as possible. No forms will be accepted after Friday, March 1.
     
     
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  • 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 2023-2024 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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    Banks teacher assistant, Northwest bookkeeper honored

    Lauren Artis of Banks Elementary School is the 2024-2025 LCPS Teacher Assistant of the Year and Bonnie Whitehurst, the administrative assistant and bookkeeper at Northwest Elementary School, is the 2024-2025 LCPS Non-Instructional Classified Employee of the Year.

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    Adult Spelling Bee puts the f-u-n in 'fundraiser'

    Creatively costumed and reasonably rowdy, 28 teams put the f-u-n in “fundraiser” Tuesday evening when the Lenoir County Education Foundation convened its annual Adult Spelling Bee to benefit teachers and students in Lenoir County Public Schools.

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    Scholarship offers mount up for North Lenoir senior

    Having amassed more than $800,000 in scholarship offers, North Lenoir High School senior Ahmad Zayyad has some deciding to do. Already in the bag is the Magnolia Scholarship from Wake Forest, a scholarship worth $73,000 annually that goes to 30 entering students each year. Enticing, of course, but not enough to completely tip the scales.

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    LCPS representing NC at anniversary Continental Congress

    Chadwick Stokes of EB Frink Middle School and David Buck, a sophomore at North Lenoir High School, are part of a select group of teacher-student duos chosen to represent the 13 original colonies in the first-ever Young People’s Continental Congress, a months-long learning opportunity that draws attention to the 250th anniversary of the First Continental Congress in Philadelphia in 1774.

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