Education

District leaders weighing options for new Brunson

    District leaders weighing options for new Brunson

District leaders weighing options for new Brunson

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Bank$hot gives HBCU students a chance to win big for their schools

    Bank$hot gives HBCU students a chance to win big for their schools

Bankshot Basketball, home of the first all digital HORSE competition, is giving students currently attending HBCU’s (Historically Black Colleges and Universities) a chance show off their skills for the opportunity to win $20,000.

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Drive-thru school supplies event

    Drive-thru school supplies event

Drive-thru school supplies event

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Winston-Salem native receives ECU’s most prestigious scholarship

    Winston-Salem native receives ECU’s most prestigious scholarship

Heerali Patel has been chosen for the Class of 2024 Brody Scholar award, valued at approximately $115,000. She is one of three students selected for the award this year.

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Local nonprofit provides annual scholarship for nursing assistants

  Local nonprofit provides annual scholarship for nursing assistants

Local nonprofit provides annual scholarship for nursing assistants

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Winston-Salem Chapter NAACP presents scholarship awards

  Winston-Salem Chapter NAACP presents scholarship awards

The scholarship committee of the Winston-Salem Chapter NAACP recently awarded five $1,000 scholarships to five selected students of the Winston-Salem/Forsyth County School System.

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Forsyth County Democratic Women to hold drop-off school supplies drive

  Forsyth County Democratic Women to hold drop-off school supplies drive

The Forsyth County Democratic Women will hold a school supplies drive on Saturday, Sept. 5, 9 a.m.-1 p.m., as a contact-less drop-off collection in The Chronicle’s parking lot, 1300 E. Fifth Street. Requested supplies are spiral bound notebooks, loose-leaf paper, pencils, pens, crayons, and face masks.

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Career and College Promise offers high school students a head start on college credits tuition free   

  Career and College Promise offers high school students a head start on college credits tuition free   

Career and College Promise offers high school students a head start on college credits tuition free   

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Board of Education approves $2.5 million security contracts

  Board of Education approves $2.5 million security contracts

Despite calls from the community to use the funding for other needs, the local board of education has approved $2.5 million security contracts with the Forsyth County Sheriff’s Office (FCSO), Kernersville Police Department (KPD), and North State Company Police.

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New program mobilizes elementary students to act on environmental issues

  New program mobilizes elementary students to act on environmental issues

Local non-profit Piedmont Environmental Alliance (PEA) is launching a new program to promote environmental literacy, stewardship, and action among elementary-aged students in the Piedmont Triad – Young Eco Leaders.

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