District News

  • Schools do super in contest promoting public education

    E.B. Frink Middle School won first place for its video and a poster created in an exceptional children class at Southeast Elementary School won third place in statewide contests sponsored by the North Carolina School Boards Association designed to highlight “What’s Super about Public Schools.” North Lenoir High earned an honorable mention for its video in the high school division.

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  • Teachers at six schools win 12 NC Bright Ideas grants

    Lenoir County’s 12 grants – which included six to teachers at Contentnea-Savannah K-8 School – ranked it No. 2 in total awards. Other schools in the winner’s circle were Kinston High School and Northwest, Northeast, Southeast and Southwood elementary schools.

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  • Pink Hill hoping to connect to $1,000 U.S. Cellular prize

    Pink Hill Elementary School is hoping to qualify for a $1,000 award through the U.S. Cellular Community Connections campaign in order to bolster its beekeeping program and is asking for the public’s help before the early December deadline.

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  • Early College ninth graders tour Bentonville Battlefield

    Ninth graders from Lenoir County Early College High School experienced what life might have been like for a soldier fighting in one of the last major battles of the Civil War when they toured the Bentonville Battlefield North Carolina Historical Site near Benson.

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  • Northwest educator finalist for NC beginning teacher award

    Erin Stewart, whose desire to be a teacher was nurtured in Lenoir County’s public schools and who fulfilled that goal last year by joining the faculty at Northwest Elementary School, is a finalist in the statewide search for the best new teacher in North Carolina.

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  • LCPS innovations on display at state conference

    LCPS will present five of some 50 breakout sessions scheduled as part of the three-day fall conference of the NC School Board Association in Greensboro. It’s the second year the district has been asked by the NCSBA to do that many presentations.

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  • Expanded fruit, veggie snack program serving six schools

    A program funded by a USDA grant has expanded over the last three years to now provide fresh fruit and vegetables snacks to more than 3,000 students at six elementary schools and the pre-kindergarten classrooms in Lenoir County Public Schools.

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