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12.17.14

Basketball @ East Duplin @ 4:30 PM

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12.20.14

Wrestling @ North Pitt Panther Invitational @ 9:00 AM

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Wrestling vs. Greene Central Results

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Basketball vs. Southwest Onslow Results

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FFA Land Judging State Competition @ Ayden Grifton HS

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In October, the North Carolina State Board of Education (SBE) adopted new college-and-career readiness Academic Achievement Standards and Academic Achievement Descriptors for the End-of-Grade (EOG) and End-of-Course (EOC) tests
and their alternate assessments.
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Local SADD Clubs Sponsor "Lights On For Life"

Did you know that more than 189,000 hugh school students go to the hospital each year just from serious alcohol related injuries not including car crashes? That's about 22 people per hour every day of the year. This year, our local SADD chapter would like to remind us that today is national "Lights on for Life" day in order to bring awareness to dangers of underage drinking. So when in your car today or at your house, turn on your lights to help us all remember to have a safe and Happy Drug and Alcohol Free Holiday.

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South Lenoir High School wins concert in WITN/Bob 93.3 promotion

Story & Photo courtesy of Kinston Free Pree online edition, story by: Bryan Hanks, Editor
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South Lenoir High School students, faculty and staff will be treated to a concert by the chart-topping group Echosmith Friday after winning the ‘Cool School’ promotion from WITN NBC-7 and Bob 93.3. South Lenoir defeated three much larger schools — New Bern High School, Washington High School and Farmville Central High School — to win the concert. Some of the South Lenoir family who were integral to the effort include, from left, Holly Brown, Ebonie Williams, English teacher Mary Beth Bowden, Sawyer Smith, Mason Zeagler, Principal Steve Saint-Amand, senior Carley Hill, Khalil Henderson and English teacher Gina Mackey. read more ...

Important Announcements

New- Josten's will be here on Tuesday, December 2 during lunch to deliver classrings.  Also, this will be the last opportunity for seniors to order their cap and gown package without an increase in price.  Please be prepared to take care of your orders at this time.

Due to unforseen circumstances, this year's Graduation ceremony for the class of 2015 will be moved to an earlier start time of 9:00 AM on June 13, 2015. Please note this change and mark on your calendar of events.

Scholarship

Scholarship Nominees...

Morehead-Cain Nominee
Parks Scholarship Nominee
Mason Z.
UNC Chapel Hill Representative
Ethan G.
NC State Representative
The Lenoir County Public Schools does not discriminate on the basis of race, age, religion, color, national origin, gender, marital/pregnant status, or disability.

Las Escuelas Públicas del Condado de Lenoir no discriminan a nadie en base a su raza, edad, religión, color, origen nacional, género, estado marital/ embarazo o discapacidad.