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  • District dominates Tri-County Bright Ideas grant awards

    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.

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  • Test data show improvement trend continues

    Three schools raised their school performance grade and 11 schools met or exceeded academic growth expectations, based on results of state accountability test results for 2018-2019. Lenoir County Early College High School repeated as the district’s best academic performer, with a 91.9 proficiency rating and an “A” letter grade. Two schools – South Lenoir High and Moss Hill Elementary – logged B’s and eight made C’s, including North Lenoir High, which – like Southeast and Moss Hill – clicked up a grade from 2018.

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  • Scholarships go to six Science Olympiad coaches

    This year’s winners of scholarships to attend the NC Science Olympiad Coaches Clinic are Selina Gray of Pink Hill Elementary School, Katena Cherry of Southeast Elementary School, Alicia Davis of La Grange Elementary School, Dr. Rita Joyner of Lenoir County Early College High School, Adam Pike of Woodington Middle School and Samantha Rouse of Northwest Elementary School.

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  • Duke grant funding middle school STEM kits

    A grant for nearly $12,000 from the Duke Energy Foundation will fund hands-on STEM learning activities at Woodington, Rochelle and E.B. Frink middle schools, Contentnea-Savannah K-8 School and Lenoir County Learning Academy.

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Announcements

  • Required immunizations available at school

    Lenoir County Public Schools is partnering with the Lenoir County Health Department (LCHD) to administer the required 7th grade immunizations to students who have not yet received them. The Immunization nurse with the LCHD will coordinate with our school nurse to administer the immunizations at Woodington next week. Your child should have received a consent form at school. If you would like for your child to receive his/her required 7th grade immunizations at school next week, please complete and return the consent form by Thursday, Sept. 12. If you have any questions, please call the school.

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  • Sports teams opening up to home-schoolers

    Beginning with the new school year and the fall sports season, Lenoir County Public Schools will open up participation in middle school and high school athletics to home-schooled students in Lenoir County who meet eligibility requirements established recently by the North Carolina High School Athletic Association. Parents of interested students in the Woodington attendance zone should contact our school for more information and to register. Eligibility requirements can be found here.

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