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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.
Click here for all the details.

Marching Blue Devils Host "Breakfast With Santa"

Good afternoon SL family! The marching blue devils will be having our last fund raiser of the 2015 school year on Saturday, November 28th. We understand that this is a big shopping time, and hope that our window of time will be plenty for those who wish to stop in long enough to get a quick meal and maybe take a photo with Santa! Please find below a brief description of this event!

Event Location: SLHS Cafeteria 

Event Time: 8AM-12PM 

Menu: Pancakes and Sausage (links), Juice, Milk, Coffee and Water

Prices: Ages 11+ $7.00, Ages 4-10 $5.00, Ages 3 and under free!! 

Photo's with Santa: 4x6 printed on the spot, $5.00 each

Items for sale: Hand made ornaments $5.00 each

AND we will be raffling off another of the amazing holiday wreaths like the ones we raffled last year during football season! 

Pennies for Patients

HOSA is sponsoring this year's Pennies for Patients Campaign to benefit the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society of NC. We are trying to raise $2000 by Dec. 4th. All proceeds go directly to the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society. Please visit the link to find out more, or all students can donate with their first block teachers.

South Lenoir Spellers bring home top honors

South Lenoir teachers participated in the annual Adult Spelling Bee held at the Woodmen Center on Monday night, November 9, 2015 at 7:00 PM. The annual LCEF Adult Spelling Bee raises funds for education monograms across the county. Members of the winning South Lenoir team are pictured from left to right: Ryan Gardner(Science Dept), Henrietta Shepherd(Science Dept), Penny Murphy(English Dept), and Mary Beth Bowen(English Dept/DLS). South Lenoir placed first, followed by NLHS and KHS in 2nd and 3rd place. Congratulations SL Spellers, we are very proud of you!

Cans For Friends

FCA will be upholding a school-wide Thanksgiving project that will donate canned-food to "Friends-Homeless Shelter" located in Kinston. We ask that South lenoir students bring in canned-food to Mr. Noble or Mr. Smith in the T&I building. In doing so, you will write down the number of canned-goods you are donating along with the name of your first block teacher. Which ever first block class has the most canned-food items will receive Chick-Fil-A sandwiches. The dates students will be allowed to bring in canned-food will be from November 1st to November 13th. Happy donating!

South Lenoir educator is local Principal of the Year winner

Steve Saint-Amand is Lenoir County Schools' principal of the year.

By Dustin George
Staff Writer, The Free Press

Posted Oct. 9, 2015 at 12:01 AM

A longtime educator in Deep Run has been named principal of the year for Lenoir County Schools.
During the October meeting of the Lenoir County School Board, Steve Saint-Amand received the award for his work at South Lenoir High School.
Saint-Amanad, a native of Faison and a graduate of the University of North Carolina and the University of Cincinnati, has been with South Lenoir High School in some capacity for more than 20 years.
Saint-Amand, who initially graduated with a degree in history, first came to South Lenoir High School as a teacher through a lateral entry program.
Through the program, graduates with a degree in certain fields, but no teaching certifications, can become teachers while also attending classes to get their teaching certificate.


Local Students TOur Dupont to Learn about manufacturing

Ths past Friday, on the annual event known around the country as Manufacturing Day, our local students took a tour of the manufacturing powerhouse located in our own backyard; Dupont. During this time, the students were introduced to the way many items were made and developed, from design to engineering. The local Kinston Sorona plant deals primarily in polymer based textiles that produce less greenhouse gases than other nylon based plants. Students from our local engineering classes and CCP LCC extension casses were among the attendees from South Lenoir. Read more from

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.