District News

  • TA-to-teacher trend helps LCPS 'grow our own'

    Among this year's group of first-year teachers, 10 began their careers in education as teacher assistants with LCPS, more than twice the number that followed that path the previous school year.

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  • Test data show improvement trend continues

    Three schools raised their school performance grade and 11 schools met or exceeded academic growth expectations, based on results of state accountability test results for 2018-2019. Lenoir County Early College High School repeated as the district’s best academic performer, with a 91.9 proficiency rating and an “A” letter grade. Two schools – South Lenoir High and Moss Hill Elementary – logged B’s and eight made C’s, including North Lenoir High, which – like Southeast and Moss Hill – clicked up a grade from 2018.

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  • WoodmenLife fund connects with Pink Hill bridge project

    The generosity of a WoodmenLife sales representative will help Pink Hill Elementary School rebuild a hurricane-damaged footbridge needed to connect the school’s main campus to its playground.

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  • Scholarships go to six Science Olympiad coaches

    This year’s winners of scholarships to attend the NC Science Olympiad Coaches Clinic are Selina Gray of Pink Hill Elementary School, Katena Cherry of Southeast Elementary School, Alicia Davis of La Grange Elementary School, Dr. Rita Joyner of Lenoir County Early College High School, Adam Pike of Woodington Middle School and Samantha Rouse of Northwest Elementary School.

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  • La Grange connects with families on Grandparents Day

    If family members needed a reason to visit their students at La Grange Elementary, the school gave them one Friday when it hosted its first-ever Grandparents Day.

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  • More partners, more meals for Summer Feeding Program

    In all, the district’s Child Nutrition Department plated 30,191 free meals – 9,789 breakfast meals and 20,402 lunch meals – in its Summer Feeding Program, up 13 percent from a year ago.

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