District News

  • October all about college for Class of 2020

    Hundreds of college-bound seniors at LCPS high schools took advantage of the opportunity to avoid an application fee and to get the dedicated assistance of their school counselors and college advisers in applying to the colleges and universities during College Application Week, part of October's Countdown to College.

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  • South Lenoir vocalist Avery Harper returns to national stage

    For the second consecutive year, South Lenoir High senior Avery Harper is one of 40 FFA members nationwide who qualified for talent competition at this week's national convention.

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  • District dominates Tri-County Bright Ideas grant awards

    LCPS teachers from Banks, Early College High School, Frink, La Grange, Moss Hill, North Lenoir, Pink Hill, South Lenoir and Woodington won 45 of the 100 Bright Ideas grants awarded for 2019 by Tri-County EMC, including two of the top five grant submissions singled out for special praise. Total value of the grant awards: $28,283.

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  • Crown partnering in pre-apprenticeship initiative

    Crown Equipment Corp.’s Kinston plant and Lenoir County Public Schools are teaming up on a pre-apprenticeship program designed to provide a pathway to additional career opportunities for LCPS graduates, particularly those wanting to go directly into the workforce.

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  • Coding instruction expanding into K-5 classrooms

    After a year of formalized coding instruction in middle and high schools, LCPS is expanding the curriculum into elementary classrooms behind the work of a select group of teachers who comprise the Elementary Coding Cohort and Digital Learning Specialists at the nine elementary schools.

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  • Reenactors immerse eighth graders in Revolutionary era

    For the second consecutive year, reenactors with the 1st North Carolina Regiment of the Continental Line and history interpreters from Tryon Palace showed E.B. Frink Middle School students as much as told about life in the colonies around the time of the Revolutionary War.

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  • District's nutrition efforts earn Farm to School award

    Lenoir County Public Schools has won recognition for its efforts to promote good nutrition and fresh food awareness among its students -- one of only 11 districts in the state honored recently with the 2019 inaugural Farm to School of NC Award.

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  • Job shadowing answers basic career questions

    Answering the basic questions about career choices – essentially, what does a person in this job actually do – is at the heart of the monthly job shadowing sessions that CTE students can sign up for this school year.

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