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    Any student interested in signing up for the January Driver's Education class needs to click the link provided to enter their information. If you have any questions, please feel free to ask Mr. Scott Radford Email

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    2023-24 SLHS Staff of the Year

    Congratulations to our 2023-24 Staff of the Year recipients.


    Teacher of the Year

    Jessica Hill


    Teacher Assistant of the Year

    Sherry Williams


    Classified Staff of the Year

    Christy Piner

District News

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    Apple recognition celebrated as a 'global honor'

    Lenoir County Public Schools on Monday celebrated 12 of its elementary, middle and high schools that have been named an Apple Distinguished School, a recognition of innovative instruction and success in digital learning that has been bestowed on only a relative handful of schools in the nation and the world.

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    Teachers win big in Tri-County grant competition

    When Tri-County EMC presented its 2023 Bright Ideas grants last week LCPS teachers formed a long line. They had won more than half the grants awarded and more than half of the total dollars handed out.

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    EB Frink Middle School leader is LCPS Principal of the Year

    Dr. Michael Moon, who has distinguished himself and the school he leads through academic achievement, was named on Monday as the 2023-2024 Principal of the Year for Lenoir County Public Schools. Moon is in his fourth year as principal of EB Frink Middle School in La Grange and in his 16th year with LCPS.

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    Kinston police had questions, Teamship group had answers

    A group of South Lenoir High School students put their heads together during this summer’s District C Teamship program to develop strategies the Kinston Police Department could use to bolster community relations and, in turn, boost recruiting efforts. The police department has already adopted four of the students’ ideas.

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