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Dr. Steve Mazingo

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Superintendent

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Lenoir County Public Schools
2017 W Vernon Ave
Kinston, North Carolina 28504
United States

 
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Regional Principal of the Year Frances ...
www.kinston.com, 19 Feb 2014 [cached]
Regional Principal of the Year Frances Herring, left, and Steve Mazingo, superintendent of Lenoir County Public Schools, spoke to the Rotary Club of Kinston on Jan. 23.
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Superintendent Steve Mazingo and Frances Herring, principal of Contentnea-Savannah K-8 School, both emphasized the need for innovations in education that focus on critical thinking and technology skills that will prepare students for "jobs that don't even exist yet," as Herring put it.
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"Our old educational system is not good enough for our children," Mazingo said.
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"You cannot talk about improvement without talking about changing something," Mazingo said.
Executive Board
www.ncascd.com, 12 Dec 2013 [cached]
Dr. Steve Mazingo, Lenoir County Schools
Superintendent Stephen ...
www.kinston.com, 1 Mar 2014 [cached]
Superintendent Stephen Mazingo said committees were created based off of the school system's mission, vision and goals, which were adopted at the January meeting of the Lenoir County School Board. Also, school choice and technology were added due to the relevance of the issues. He said task force members were given a list of the six committees and told to place them in order of which ones they preferred to serve upon. "We took those and tried to place everyone in the highest category that we could, while maintaining a balance of school system people, parents, teachers so there would be representation from all groups on the committees," he said."But at the same time putting someone on the committee that could serve as a chairman.
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Superintendent Stephen Mazingo said committees were created based off of the school system's mission, vision and goals, which were adopted at the January meeting of the Lenoir County School Board. Also, school choice and technology were added due to the relevance of the issues. He said task force members were given a list of the six committees and told to place them in order of which ones they preferred to serve upon. "We took those and tried to place everyone in the highest category that we could, while maintaining a balance of school system people, parents, teachers so there would be representation from all groups on the committees," he said."But at the same time putting someone on the committee that could serve as a chairman. We ended up having co-chairs, with one person being from the school system and the other being outside of the school system." Mazingo said everyone either got their first, second or third choice. Parent Donna Vincent said she received her first choice, which was to serve on the school choice committee. "I'm excited to be on this committee because it's one I care deeply about," she said. "I feel good about the group and what we can accomplish." Mazingo said he encouraged co-chairs to bring people, particularly teachers, from outside of the main group to serve on the subcommittees.
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Mazingo said the subcommittees will be an asset to the larger task force. "Their task is to ultimately come up with short range and long range goals, present them back to the main committee," he said. "Then based on the consensus of the main committee those ideas and recommendations could go to the school board for consideration." Mazingo said the sub-committees will meet at least once a month and then report back to the main group.
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Mazingo officially becomes ...
www.kinston.com, 4 July 2012 [cached]
Mazingo officially becomes superintendent
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Superintendent Steve Mazingo said there was some objection to the exclusion of tennis shoes as appropriate footwear. He added he expects the board to strike tennis shoes from the list of prohibited footwear prior to the vote next month.
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The board approved a four-year contract that provides Mazingo with an annual salary of $172,412.
Mazingo served as Greene County School's top administrator for 11 years and spent 16 months as the headmaster of Arendell Parrott Academy before retiring. Most recently, he was the interim superintendent in Edgecombe County, a post he left in August 2010.
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