Education

Foundation grants $55,850 to Forsyth County teachers

    Foundation grants $55,850 to Forsyth County teachers

The Winston-Salem Foundation is pleased to announce the recipients of the 2020 Forsyth County Teacher Grants for professional development to K-12th grade teachers in the Winston-Salem/Forsyth County schools. A total of $55,860 was granted to 28 teacher grantees.

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Carver High School to hold its inaugural Academic Hall of Fame Banquet

    Carver High School to hold its inaugural Academic Hall of Fame Banquet

George Washington Carver High School will celebrate its academic history during its inaugural Academic Hall of Fame Banquet on Saturday, March 21.

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Harris looks to lead Carter G. Woodson School into the future

    Harris looks to lead Carter G. Woodson School into the future

Harris looks to lead Carter G. Woodson School into the future

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Superintendent shares thoughts on HB 798

    Superintendent shares thoughts on HB 798

State lawmakers are considering a bill that will change how low-performing schools are chosen for the Innovative School District, the program that identifies which schools are in need of a third-party takeover such as a charter. Last week The Chronicle caught up with Dr. Angela Pringle Hairston, superintendent of the local school district, to discuss Innovative School Districts and the proposed changes.

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WFU announces new online MBA program 

  WFU announces new online MBA program 

WFU announces new online MBA program

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Gingles joins WSSU as director of Communications and Media Relations

  Gingles joins WSSU as director of  Communications and Media Relations

Haley Gingles has joined Winston-Salem State University’s Office of Integrated Marketing Communications as the director of Communications and Media Relations.

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Pop-up museum gives locals a chance to learn their history

  Pop-up museum gives locals a chance to learn their history

Imagine having a museum dedicated to the contributions and sacrifices made by African Americans right here in Winston-Salem. A place where young people and older persons alike could learn about people like George Black, Simon G. Atkins, Carl Matthews, Maize Woodruff, and others who paved the way for black people here in our community. Thanks to the collaborative efforts of Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools, Action4Equity, and Triad Cultural Arts, Inc., last month that museum came to life.

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Parkland PTSA honors students with 3.0 GPA

  Parkland PTSA honors students with 3.0 GPA

It’s no secret that high school can be challenging. With pressure from parents, teachers, peers, and the added pressure of social media, one could argue that being a high school student in today’s climate is more challenging than ever, which is why last weekend the Parkland High School PTSA (Parent Teacher Student Association) held a special ceremony to honor those who are facing those challenges head-on.

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Workforce Development Internship Program for high school juniors, seniors announced

  Workforce Development Internship Program for high school juniors, seniors announced

As part of the comprehensive program to reduce poverty and promote workforce development and economic mobility, Mayor Allen Joines, Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools Superintendent Angela Hairston, Winston-Salem Chamber President Mark Owens and Truist Regional President Cantey Alexander announced a paid internship program for high school juniors and seniors in low-income households.

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Wake Health and WSSU collaborate to provide team sports medicine

  Wake Health  and WSSU collaborate to provide team sports medicine

Wake Forest Baptist Health is collaborating with Winston-Salem State University to provide comprehensive sports medicine and orthopaedic services for the university’s football and men’s and women’s basketball teams.

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