Pennies for Patients
Congratulations to the HOSA club for an outstanding fundraiser for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society. During the time that the fundraiser was offered, South Lenoir students and staff raised $1,640.87. This is a tremendous understaking for an outstanding cause. In our classroom fundraising battle, the top three classes leading the way were:
1) Coach Dodd & Mrs. Cahoon's class - $345.53
2) Coach Lisa Smith - $319.17
3) Mr. Joseph Noble - $73.22
Congratulations all classes, and thank you for your donations!!!
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!
South Lenoir educator is local Principal of the Year winner
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 Kinston.com...