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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 2019-2020 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. The next round of interviews will take place this summer. For more information call the HR Department at 252-527-1109.

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  • Registration open for STEM Summer Camps

    Plans are now complete and registration is now open for the fifth edition of LCPS's annual STEM Summer Camps. This year, 15 different camps are offered elementary, middle and high school students, covering a range of STEM topics from robotics to computer coding to aviation to the science of gardening. The camps run Monday-Thursday, cost $30 a week and will be held again this summer at Contentnea-Savannah K-8 School. You can find information about individual camps and the online registration form in this section of the LCPS website.

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District News

  • School orientations scheduled Aug. 20-22

    The 16 elementary, middle and high schools operating on LCPS’s traditional calendar will hold orientation activities for students Aug. 20, 21 and 22, scheduled generally by grade span.

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  • Migrant Education Program named best in state

    In being named winner of the N.C. 2018-19 Outstanding Migrant Education Program, LCPS was cited for its ability to connect children, particularly those of pre-kindergarten age, to education services; its coordination with other community resources; and its efforts to engage parents “through a variety of creative initiatives.”

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  • Julie Hill named EC Department director

    Julie Hill, who was named Monday as director of the district's Exceptional Children Department, has spent more than 20 years serving special needs students in Lenoir County Public Schools.

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  • Commencement addresses blend gratitude, encouragement

    In back-to-back-to-back graduation exercises Saturday, the Class of 2019 at South Lenoir, Kinston and North Lenoir high schools received diplomas after receiving praise for the standards the seniors set in scholarships won, academic honors secured and college credits accumulated.

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  • LCLA grads make a start on writing 'own story'

    The Class of 2019 at Lenoir County Learning Academy was urged to 'write your own story" by Master Sgt. Herbert P. Gray, commencement speaker at the graduation exercise held Wednesday at Kennedy Home Chapel.

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  • Early College grads set a record

    The promise of the early college concept – that freshmen entering from middle school will, in four or five years, earn not only a high school diploma but also a two-year college degree – has never been more fully realized at Lenoir County Early College High School than by its Class of 2019.

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