Lenoir County Public Schools

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Graduation Celebration!

  •  Male and female graduates hug in celebration.  LCPS's five high schools awarded diplomas to 567 seniors in four days of commencements ceremonies that were -- considering the circumstances -- remarkably similar to their graduation exercises of years past. True, the 2020 graduating classes in most cases were segmented into smaller groups, the seating was widely spaced and some of the speeches were pre-recorded; but graduates still heard inspiring words, heard their names called and walked across the stage to receive their diplomas before proud family. Unfortunately, everyone who wanted to see their favorite students attain this milestone was not able to do so because of restrictions related to coronavirus. LCPS and the high schools have worked hard to allay that disappointment by creating a virtual auditorium for commencements. Click below to enter that auditorium, where you'll find messages to graduates from the chair of the Lenoir County Board of Education and our superintendent, photos from graduations and links to the commencement videos.

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    Retirements and promotions have led to reassignments of LCPS administrators that will put new principals at South Lenoir High, E.B. Frink Middle, Southeast Elementary and Rochelle Middle schools for the 2020-2021 academic year.

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  • Virtual summer school helps LCPS refine remote learning

    Four weeks of online classes will assist K-5 students who need an academic boost and will also allow LCPS to test drive instructional techniques for remote learning that will be important if the district has to go that route during the regular school year.

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  • LCPS now registering students for kindergarten, Pre-K

    Lenoir County Public Schools is now registering students for kindergarten and pre-kindergarten for the 2020-2021 school year. Registration procedures vary, with most schools asking parents to call for an appointment in an effort to comply with public health guidelines.

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  • Four years out of Early College, pair earn doctorate degrees

    In May 2016, Lindsey Turner and Smikal Patel graduated from Lenoir County Early College High School. Last month – four years later – they graduated from their respective colleges of pharmacy with doctorate degrees, having used their intellect and the “backbone” they developed in high school to shave years off the usual academic timetable and launch them into the careers they’d dreamed of as teenagers.

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