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Welcome to our NEW website!

  • Rhonda Greene portrait


    Yay! We have a new website that not only looks good but is also loaded with pictures and information about our school and about LCPS. Information that you once had to go to the district website to find is now right here, within easy reach of our parents, students and friends in the community.

    Our new-look website also has a new internet address:

    The site features a responsive design that looks good and works well whether viewed on a desktop, a laptop, a tablet or a phone. Content is automatically scaled and stacked based on screen resolution, enabling as good a user experience on a phone as on a desktop monitor.

    Take a few minutes, drive around the site and let us know what you think. Questions and comments can be sent to me at

    Rhonda Greene / Principal


  • Summer Reading Program registration open

    Registration is open for the Summer Reading Program sponsored by Neuse Regional Libraries. Elementary-age students can register for the program and pick up their activity booklet at library locations in Kinston, La Grange and Pink Hill. There is no cost to register. The Summer Reading Program begins June 10 and runs through July 27, with a Summer Reading Finale scheduled for Pearson Park. Weekly sessions will be held on Mondays at 7 p.m. and Wednesdays at 11 a.m. at the Kinston-Lenoir County Public Library, at 3 p.m. Wednesdays in La Grange and 11 a.m. Thursdays in Pink Hill.

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  • Registration open for STEM Summer Camps

    Plans are now complete and registration is now open for the fifth edition of LCPS's annual STEM Summer Camps. This year, 15 different camps are offered elementary, middle and high school students, covering a range of STEM topics from robotics to computer coding to aviation to the science of gardening. The camps run Monday-Thursday, cost $30 a week and will be held again this summer at Contentnea-Savannah K-8 School. You can find information about individual camps and the online registration form in this section of the LCPS website.

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  • Yearbook Arrival

    Yearbooks will arrive between May 20th and May 30th, 2019. They will be dispersed to students at school.

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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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  • 9 years old and dedicated to helping

    CSS student Trent Taylor, 9, has participated in Kinston’s St. Baldrick’s Foundation charity event for four of the last five years. The foundation is dedicated to raising funds to support childhood cancer research. At the conclusion of each year’s annual fundraiser, participants volunteer to have their heads shaved. Taylor collected donations and was one of the youngest heroes to have his head shaved.

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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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