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In 2017-18, North Carolina reported 1,618 teacher vacancies. Those represented classrooms that were without a teacher at worst or were without a properly trained teacher at best. At the same time, enrollment in the UNC system’s schools of education has dropped 30% since 2010.
Meet the newest addition to the Neuse News team.
Mary Bec Keith recently moved back to her hometown of Kinston to begin her career as a dentist at Harvey & Associates Family Dentistry.
Brooks Sutton has been selected to serve as Head of Arendell Parrott Academy beginning in 2020, the school’s Board of Trustees announced on May 28th.
Neuse News historical columnist Jane Phillips recalls the return of an Indian tribe to ENC.
Longtime LCC Foundation supporter O.A. ‘Buddy’ Ritch was moved to action after reading about a student’s journey.
Gregg Lassiter is the owner/operator of Champion's Health and Fitness Center in Kinston. He is also a graduate of Lenoir Community College. "I attended J.H. Rose High School in Greenville before enrolling at LCC in the fall of 1977," Lassiter said. "I was playing American Legion baseball and a friend of mine told me LCC had a baseball team. He was going to play on their team and that piqued my interest."
Preston L. Harris of Kinston was a student at Lenoir Community College in two different decades. His first stint at LCC began immediately after graduating from Adkin High School (in the top ten of his class) in 1970.
Coming from such great baseball stock, Sam Narron has the intrinsic knowledge of the game a lot of other people may not possess. He says his success is due to the influences of people like his parents, Whitfield, Fulghum and legendary ECU coach Keith LeClair.