The next Drivers Education class will begin on Tuesday ,September 20. The class will meet three days face to face. On the days we meet face to face, we will meet in the school cafeteria immediately after school dismisses. The three days of face to face instruction will be Tuesday Sept.20, Monday Sept.26 and Thursday Sept. 29. Students must be 15 years old by March 20, 2023 in order to participate in the class. The class is open to the first 65 students to register. Click the link below to register.
2022-23 SLHS Staff of the Year
Congratulations to our 2022-23 Staff of the Year recipients.
Teacher of the Year
Teacher Assistant of the Year
Classified Staff of the Year
Fifty-six Lenoir County Education Foundation mini-grant awards were presented to LCPS teachers at 11 schools. Total value of these 2022 grants: $23, 848. That’s a new record for a grant program that goes back more than two decades. The winning grants were chosen from about 150 applications.Each grade span – elementary, middle and high school – had winners. Pink Hill Elementary led all schools with 18 grant awards. Woodington Middle School teachers won nine grants, the most of any middle school, and North Lenoir paced high schools with five winners.
Charles White, the director of media and technology for Lenoir County Public Schools for the past five years, was recently named the 2022-2023 Technology Director of the Year for North Carolina's 13-county Southeast Region. That recognition put White, along with eight other regional honorees, in the running for the state award, to be announced in March.
David Phillippe of South Lenoir High School and Derrian Wilson of Kinston High School are semi-finalists for both the Morehead-Cain Scholarship to the University of North Carolina and the Park Scholarship to N.C. State University. Courtney Humphrey of North Lenoir High School is a semi-finalist for the Morehead-Cain and classmate Claire Hollingsworth is a semi-finalist for the Park. Kinston High senior Hadiyah Whitfield is a semi-finalist for the Park.
Nearly five decades after Anthony Mitchell first showed up as summer help in the district’s Transportation Department – where he’s been a bus washer and a tire changer and a fuel truck driver and a mechanic and a shop foreman and, for 27 years, the director – he is retiring at the end of this month at age 66.