District News

  • Laura Bush Foundation grant aids reinvention of KHS library

    A $5,000 grant awarded to Kinston High School by the Laura Bush Foundation for America’s Libraries will add about 300 new books to the school's library. The grant to Kinston High was one of only 205 awarded nationwide by the foundation, whose grant awards aim to update the years-old collections in school libraries.

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  • South Lenoir FFA delivers summer fun to Moss Hill

    South Lenoir High School students and their FFA advisors added a hands-on seed germination lab to a recent day’s schedule for K-3 students attending Summer Enrichment Academy at Moss Hill Elementary and treated students in grades four and five to a drone demonstration.

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  • Golf tournament to raise funds for teacher mini-grants

    The Lenoir County Education Foundation Superball Tournament is scheduled for Thursday, Sept. 9, at Kinston Country Club. The afternoon fundraiser includes a putting contest with cash prizes, lunch, door prizes, team photos and other extras for participating teams. Tournament sponsorships of at least $600 include a complimentary golf foursome.

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  • LCPS adds to roll of National Board certified teachers

    Carla Batchelor, a sixth-grade math teacher at Contentnea-Savannah K-8 School, completed the program for the second time this past school year. Ray Scott Spence, an agriculture teacher at North Lenoir High School, finished the certification process the previous school year.

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  • North Lenoir grad new president of North Carolina FFA

    Elizabeth Espino, now a rising sophomore at N.C. State University, has since May been chosen state FFA president, won this year’s North Carolina FFA Prepared Speaking Leadership Development event and been featured in an N.C. State publication.

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