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For LCPS middle school and high school students, a summer of learning fun awaits. Registration is still open for the more than a dozen summer learing camps that comprise the 2024 Summer Enrichment. Academy. For middle school students who need to brush up on their math and English Language Arts, this is the place. For rising sixth graders who want to get a preview of what middle school is like, this is the place. For middle school and high school students who have identified career interests, this is the place. SEA begins July 8 and operates through the month. Transportation, breakfast and lunch are provided. Click the link to learn more and to register. https://bit.ly/lcpssummer2324

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Young woman who can weld among latest 'graduates' of Crown apprenticeship program

About the time they and their classmates were graduating from high school, three LCPS seniors were “graduating” from a nationally recognized apprentice program with Crown Equipment that has moved them farther down the road to a well-paying job. Cassidy Dumont and Jordan Howard of South Lenoir High School and Ismael Espino of Kinston High School wrapped up the year-long program in June.

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Be bold and resilient in journey ahead, 600 graduates told

Six hundred seniors matriculated in back-to-back-to-back commencement ceremonies Saturday – 172 at South Lenoir High, 185 at Kinston High and 243 at North Lenoir High – and with graduating seniors from Lenoir County Early College High School and Lenoir County Learning Academy, who received diplomas in earlier ceremonies, the district’s Class of 2024 numbered 665, the most in a least 10 years.

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Numbers big and small figure into top senior's college decision

For Dakota Tyndall, it was a good problem to have: colleges lined up to welcome her in the fall and her two favorites – the University of North Carolina and Campbell University – both solid choices for an aspiring pharmacist. How the South Lenoir High School senior sorted out those opportunities says something about the considerations top students have when they become the choosers.

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