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  •  Five students in a high school nursing class gather around a student patient with stethoscopes.

    State grants enrich LCPS's summer learning offerings

    The Health Careers Promotion Grant for $25,000 from the N.C. Department of Public Instruction is going to create the Healthcare Heroes summer camp. A second grant, routed through Kinston Regional Jetport, provides $3,000 for continuation of the popular ACE Academy

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  • Fourth-grade girls posed in front of her science fair project.

    Students qualify for state science competitions

    Thirty-two students representing individual and team projects from nine schools won bids to the state event after top finishes in the Regional Science Fair. At the East Carolina Regional Science Olympiad Tournament, the varsity team from Woodington Middle School finished third overall in the Division B Varsity competition. Teams from Lenoir County Early College High School earned two first-place finishes in the Division C Varsity competition.

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  •  A male teacher and a male high school sophomore in a ball cap stand in front of a blue door.

    LCPS representing NC at anniversary Continental Congress

    Chadwick Stokes of EB Frink Middle School and David Buck, a sophomore at North Lenoir High School, are part of a select group of teacher-student duos chosen to represent the 13 original colonies in the first-ever Young People’s Continental Congress, a months-long learning opportunity that draws attention to the 250th anniversary of the First Continental Congress in Philadelphia in 1774.

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  •  Man in dark suit and red tie speaks in foreground as woman holds an oversized check for $52 million

    Biggest-ever grant to fund replacement of Frink Middle

    The $52 million from the state’s Needs-Based Public School Capital Fund, coupled with $5 million in local money, will build a school with 21st-century amenities to serve 750 students in grades six through eight on a site adjacent the land where the current school has sat since 1921.

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Announcements

  • In-school immunizations offered

    The Lenoir County Health Department is partnering with LCPS nurses to offer in-school immunization clinics the week of March 11-14 for students who need their school-required vaccines. This is for rising 7th graders and rising seniors. Most major insurances are accepted. If your child is uninsured, they can receive their vaccines as well. Forms required for immunization have been distributed to students to take home. If you did not receive a form, one can be downloaded at this link: http://tinyurl.com/5835b638. Please complete the required form and return to your school nurse as soon as possible. No forms will be accepted after Friday, March 1.
     
     
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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 2023-2024 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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