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  •  Two high school males pose with North Carolina A&T University pennants.

    KHS, Early College seniors finalists for A&T scholarships

    Kinston High School seniors Kam Bradshaw and Javiar Grady and Shamiah Hall of Lenoir County Early College High School are finalists for A&T’s Distinguished Scholars Programs – the Dowdy, the Cheatham-White and the February One scholarships. Each of the four-year scholarships covers tuition and other basic expenses for first-year students as well as enrichment opportunities, including study abroad.

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  •  Male high school student, shown in silhouette, lays brick in masonry class.

    CTE program wins $129,00 in state grants

    The Homebuilding Programs grant for $39,975 will benefit carpentry and masonry students at Kinston, North Lenoir and South Lenoir high schools. The $89,300 won through the CTE Modernization and Expansion Program Awards will provide CTE teachers in middle and high schools with an online learning platform that enriches instruction through planning assistance, suggested activities and interactive assessments.

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  •  Man in glasses and blue golf shirt poses outside.

    La Grange pastor chosen to fill school board vacancy

    John Wiggins, pastor of La Grange First Missionary Baptist Church, will occupy the seat vacated in December by Keith King, who resigned to accept an appointment to the Lenoir County Board of Commissioners. Wiggins will take his place on the school board at its Feb. 5 meeting, following his swearing in.

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  •  Female teacher accepts balloons from woman awarding grant checks.

    Teachers at 14 schools win Education Foundation grants

    Strong community support for fundraising events sponsored by the Lenoir County Education Foundation and its parent organization, the Lenoir County Chamber of Commerce, translated into a record 89 grant awards valued at a record $37,000.

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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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  • Watch this video to find out more about our AP Capstone program.

    KHS AP Capstone Video

    KHS AP Capstone

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