District News

  • CSS rallies to win Middle School Battle of the Books

    Trailing by eight points after the first round, the CSS team won all three of its second-round matches to finish seven points ahead of second-place Woodington Middle School. E.B. Frink Middle School finished third and Rochelle Middle School, fourth.

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  • LCPS names Teacher of the Year and Principal of the Year

    In a virtual recognition event Thursday night, Darylanne Towery of Contentnea-Savannah K-8 School was named LCPS Teacher of the Year for 2021-2022 and Dr. Heather Walston of Northwest Elementary School was recognized as LCPS Principal of the Year for 2021-2022.

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  • First time's the charm in Elementary Battle of the Books

    Two first-year coaches and a team of fifth graders competing in its first LCPS Elementary Battle of the Books brought home the first-place prize for La Grange Elementary School for the first time since 2017. Moss Hill Elementary finished second and Northwest Elementary came in third.

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  • La Grange, North Lenoir staffers win top annual awards

    Fane S. Greenfield, a teacher assistant in the Exceptional Children’s program at North Lenoir High School, is the 2021-2022 LCPS Teacher Assistant of the Year; and Tysha DuBose, cafeteria manager at La Grange Elementary School, is the 2021-2022 LCPS Non-Instructional Classified Staff of the Year.

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  • KHS's Harvey keeps Governor's School string going

    LCPS has a consecutive string of student representation at Governor’s School that stretches back a decade or more. The pandemic cancelled the 2020 session, but three students from the district were chosen and are considered alumni of the program. Kinston High's Nicholas Harvey III gladly continues that string for 2021.

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  • LCPS to fully implement Plan A instruction April 12

    Effective April 12, more LCPS students in all grade levels will have the option of returning to school for face-to-face instruction as the district transitions to the state’s Plan A and its less restrictive physical distancing requirements.

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