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  • LCPS seeking substitute teachers

    Are you interested in making a difference in the lives of young people in Lenoir County by becoming a substitute teacher? LCPS is now taking applications for the 2021-2022 school year. To qualify, applicants must complete an Effective Teacher Training course (offered at Lenoir Community College) or possess a valid teaching license, complete an online application and get on the waiting list for an interview. For more information call the HR Department at 252-527-1109.

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  • Morehead-Cain finalist, Park semi-finalist keeping cool

    Kinston High School senior Nicholas Harvey III is a finalist for the Morehead-Cain Scholarship to the University of North Carolina, and Kate Benson, a senior at Lenoir County Early College High School, is a semi-finalist for the Park Scholarship to N.C. State University.

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  • LCPS awarded international District of Distinction honor

    Cognia, the international school improvement organization, has named Lenoir County Public Schools a District of Distinction, a designation of excellence granted to only 20 school districts worldwide for 2021 and an honor associated with LCPS’s strong performance in last spring’s accreditation review.

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  • Generosity a lesson LCPS students ace every Christmas

    The warm feeling that comes from helping others is circulating this Christmas season through LCPS classrooms and clubs, from the youngest students to the oldest, as school communities respond to the needs of individuals and local and national institutions. Generosity is a lesson easily retained but, in the district’s schools, always worth repeating.

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  • Education Foundation awards 53 grants to LCPS teachers

    A record fundraising effort for the Lenoir County Education Foundation translated into 53 mini-grants awarded to Lenoir County Public Schools teachers at 12 schools last week. The grants have a value of $21,172 – a record total for a program that goes back decades.

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