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  • LCPS to fully implement Plan A instruction April 12

    Effective April 12, more LCPS students in all grade levels will have the option of returning to school for face-to-face instruction as the district transitions to the state’s Plan A and its less restrictive physical distancing requirements.

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  • Hoping for normal, LCPS sets 2021-22 school calendars

    School is scheduled to begin for students on the traditional calendar on Monday, Aug. 23, and the academic year is scheduled to end with a half-day of school on Wednesday, June 1. In between are the usual holidays – Labor Day, Veterans Day, Martin Luther King Jr. Day and Memorial Day – and breaks built around Thanksgiving, Christmas and Easter that are virtually identical in length and configuration to earlier traditional calendars.

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  • 16 students taking projects to state Science Fair

    Sixteen LCPS elementary and middle school students and their 15 Science Fair projects will move on to the North Carolina Science and Engineering Fair next month after qualifying in regional competition March 6.

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  • History teacher's passion earns national award nominations

    Chadwick Stokes, in his fourth year at E.B. Frink Middle School, is a nominee for not one but two national awards that honor exemplary history teachers -- the Patricia Behring Teacher of the Year Award, which recognizes participation in and support for National History Day activities, and the Gilder Lehrman National History Teacher of the Year Award, which recognizes an exceptional K-12 teacher of American history. Both annual awards come with a $10,000 prize.

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