A Message From Our Principal
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
The future looks clear and bright for four high school seniors selected as the first students to participate in a first-ever pre-apprenticeship program in Lenoir County, a partnership between Crown Equipment’s Kinston plant and LCPS that creates a career pathway for students ready to go to work after graduation.
Hundreds of college-bound seniors at LCPS high schools took advantage of the opportunity to avoid an application fee and to get the dedicated assistance of their school counselors and college advisers in applying to the colleges and universities during College Application Week, part of October's Countdown to College.
For the second consecutive year, South Lenoir High senior Avery Harper is one of 40 FFA members nationwide who qualified for talent competition at this week's national convention.
LCPS teachers from Banks, Early College High School, Frink, La Grange, Moss Hill, North Lenoir, Pink Hill, South Lenoir and Woodington won 45 of the 100 Bright Ideas grants awarded for 2019 by Tri-County EMC, including two of the top five grant submissions singled out for special praise. Total value of the grant awards: $28,283.