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  • Graduation rate climbs two points, tops state mark

    Data reported by the N.C. Department of Public Instruction last week put the 2020-2021 combined four-year cohort graduation rate for LCPS’s five high schools at 87.2 percent, up from 85.4 percent in 2019-2020. The state average for the Class of 2021 was 86.9 percent, compared to 87.6 percent for the previous school year.

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  • Lancer Academy bringing in-person college classes to KHS

    Lancer Academy, a concept that grew out of conversations between LCC president Dr. Rusty Hunt and LCPS Superintendent Brent Williams, will install LCC instructors and support staff in a newly renovated building on the KHS campus with the aim of increasing high school students’ access to college-level classes, particularly those that lead to careers in health care.

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  • EC Department taps KHS teacher, Banks TA for top honors

    Diannia Bright of Kinston High School was named 2021-2022 EC Teacher of the Year and Elaine Harper of Banks Elementary School was named 2021-2022 EC Teacher Assistant of the Year.

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  • School to open with students, teachers wearing masks

    Lenoir County Public Schools students and teachers, as well as visitors and vendors, will be required to wear face coverings inside school buildings for at least the first three weeks of the academic year that begins Aug. 23.

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