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  •  Rows of graduating seniors in white caps and gowns stand at their seats in an auditorium.

    Graduation Week ahead for more than 500 seniors

    More than 500 seniors from four LCPS high schools are in line to receive diplomas next week during commencement exercises that begin Tuesday and wrap up Saturday.

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  •  Two women, one in yellow and the other in orange, pose with trophy against brown wall.

    AEOP taps North Lenoir principal, Northeast data manager

    Bright personalities and can-do attitudes won out Tuesday when the LCPS chapter of the N.C. Association of Educational Office Professionals presented its top annual awards to North Lenoir High School principal Rhonda Greene and Northeast Elementary School data manager Retenner Neal.

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  •  Female high school senior holds certificate while posing between two men in suits.

    Teaching Fellow adds second scholarship 'out of the blue'

    It took Skylar Harrison about six months to apply for, to interview for and to win a scholarship to N.C. State University as a North Carolina Teaching Fellow. It took her a week to win a second scholarship to State. The North Lenoir High School senior and aspiring special education teacher was recently named a winner of NCSU’s Transformational Scholarship, valued at $10,000 a year for four years.

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  •  Two male high school students operate a robotic arm.

    Students' interests meet future opportunities at RIME

    More than 500 students from Lenoir, Wayne, Greene and Jones counties turned out on Wednesday to connect with representatives from more than 30 businesses, manufacturing facilities and public agencies at the NC Global TransPark, at the Lenoir Community College Aeronautics and Advanced Manufacturing Center and through plant tours.

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  • Rotary Youth Leadership

    Rotary Youth Leadership

    Congratulations to Claire Hollingsworth, Andrew Ormond, and Courtney Humphrey for being nominated to represent North Lenoir High School and the LaGrange Rotary Club as junior RYLA delegates. These three juniors will attend the Rotary Youth Leadership Seminar retreat in January in Pine Knoll Shores, where they will participate in high-level leadership training with other juniors across southeastern NC.

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  • Learning a New Trade

    Learning a New Trade

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