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Educator Warehouse continues to give supplies to teachers

    Educator Warehouse continues to give supplies to teachers

BY TODD LUCK  THE CHRONICLE As any teacher knows, students aren’t the only ones in need of school supplies. Teachers do, too, and that’s something that The Educator Warehouse is

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Project to celebrate birthday involves reading

    Project to celebrate birthday involves reading

SPECIAL TO THE CHRONICLE A Wake Forest University alumnus will celebrate his birthday with the community. The alumnus, Andrew Snorton, will coordinate a program called  “The Literacy Project.” It will

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ESR movie night draws families

    ESR movie night draws families

Photo by Todd Luck CHRONICLE STAFF REPORT Experiment in Self Reliance held its second Family Fun Fest: Outdoor Movie Series on Saturday, Aug. 13. Before a screening of “Big Hero

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Cook set to begin new chapter under new model

    Cook set to begin new chapter under new model

BY TEVIN STINSON  THE CHRONICLE While the start of a new school year is an exciting time for all the schools in the Winston-Salem Forsyth County School District, the start

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My Brother’s Keeper looks to inspire students on first day of school

  My Brother’s Keeper looks to inspire students on first day of school

100 Male Reception Tunnel to usher in the start of the 2016-2017 school year at Ashley Academy  BY TEVIN STINSON

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2016-17 brings changes in the N. C. law and requirements for entering school

  2016-17 brings changes in the N. C. law and requirements for entering school

BY SUSAN F. MCINNES  SPECIAL TO THE CHRONICLE It seems as if the school year just ended for summer break,

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Groups unite to fix digital divide in NE W-S

  Groups unite to fix digital divide in NE W-S

BY TEVIN STINSON  THE CHRONICLE Various local organizations have partnered with AT&T to launch an initiative called NETT (Neighborhood Empowerment

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Thousands of children receive new shoes

  Thousands of children receive new shoes

BY TEVIN STINSON THE CHRONICLE Over the weekend Carolina Crown, an international drum corps, partnered with Love Out Loud, an

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Adams’ HBCU financing bill passes U.S. House

  Adams’ HBCU financing bill passes U.S. House

Measure is headed to Senate At a place in time that most news reports on historically black colleges and universities

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CDI director leaving post for teaching position at WSSU

  CDI director leaving post for teaching position at WSSU

Pamela L. Jennings will be tenured professor of innovation and entrepreneurship SPECIAL TO THE CHRONICLE Pamela L. Jennings, Director of

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