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  • 210 Graduate

    North Lenoir High presented diplomas to 210 graduates at a commencement exercise keynoted by Jan Humphrey, an alumnus and former teacher at the school. Here are the stats on the Class of 2019: $3.6 million in scholarships, 21 Honor Graduates, 33 N.C. Academic Scholars, 74 percent college bound. Soar, Hawks, soar!



  • 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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  • 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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  • FFA chapters harvest bumper crop of awards, honors

    Members of FFA chapters at North Lenoir and South Lenoir high schools and Woodington Middle School recently added to the bumper crop of awards won by chapters in the school district.

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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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  • High school graduations Wednesday, Saturday

    Graduation ceremonies for the Class of 2019 at the LCPS's three traditional high schools will be held in succession on Saturday, June 1. Students at Lenoir County Learning Academy will graduate earlier, on Wednesday morning.

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