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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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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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LCPS employee group honors head, heart with annual awards

A district administrator who put his head to work to make Lenoir County Public Schools a leader in digital learning and technology and an executive assistant who puts her heart into celebrating and supporting fellow employees have won the top two annual awards presented by LCPS chapter of the N.C. Association of Educational Office Professionals. Charles White, LCPS’s director of media and technology, was named AEOP Administrator of the Year for 2025-2025 and Esther Hines, an officer of the AEOP chapter since 2016, is the 2024-2025 AEOP Professional of the Year.

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State grants enrich LCPS's summer learning offerings

Two state grants valued together at $28,000 will enrich the summer learning experience for LCPS middle school and high school students. The Health Careers Promotion Grant for $25,000 from the N.C. Department of Public Instruction is going to create the Healthcare Heroes summer camp in June at North Lenoir High School. A second grant, routed through Kinston Regional Jetport, provides $3,000 for continuation of the popular ACE Academy, a chance for middle and high school students to pilot drones and learn basic principles of aviation.

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State bestows honor on leader of EC Program

Vivian Roach, the leader of the Exceptional Children’s Program for Lenoir County Public Schools, is recipient of the Distinguished Service Award presented by the N.C. Department of Public Instruction’s Office of Exceptional Children. Celebrated for her experience, depth of knowledge and steady-handed leadership, Roach was honored for her “significant contribution to the positive outcomes of students with disabilities in North Carolina.”

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LCPS: Your School System of Choice

From academics to fine arts to athletics, from clubs to science competitions, Lenoir County Public Schools strives to provide a well-rounded school experience for all students in all grades in all schools. That's one of the reasons that nearly 90 percent of all school-age youth in Lenoir County attend LCPS.

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Digital Learning

LCPS sets the standard for digital learning. No other district in the nation has more Apple Distinguished Schools.

Digital Learning

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Fine Arts

From chorus to theater to band, LCPS provides opportunities for all students to explore their interests and showcase their talents.

Fine Arts

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Career & Technical Education

 More than 2,000 of our middle and high school students take part in CTE classes, exploring career interests that can become career opportunities.

Careet & Technical Education

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