Our Roadmap for Relaunch planning team is considering options for the reopening of schools in August. As parents and guardians in the LCPS Family, your input is essential to our work of crafting multiple contingency plans. Deadline is 11:59 p.m. Wednesday, July 15.
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.
Lenoir County Public Schools is asking its parents and students to participate in an anonymous online survey and provide feedback on their experiences with remote learning while schools were closed due to the coronavirus pandemic. You can find links to the survey with this story.
A school year like no other ends for students of Lenoir County Public Schools on Thursday as the district begins a period of transition to planned summer learning programs and the district’s summer feeding program.
Participation by Lenoir County Public Schools in a USDA program that provides no-cost breakfast and lunch to all students in the district during the school year also qualifies those students to receive additional nutritional assistant through the federal government’s new Pandemic – Electronic Benefits Transfer program.