Education

Growth Today for Greatness Tomorrow – LEAD Girls

    Growth Today for Greatness Tomorrow – LEAD Girls

LEAD Girls of North Carolina will host their third annual leadership expo virtually on Saturday, October 9, from 9:30 a.m. – 1:45 p.m. Titled “Growth Today for Greatness Tomorrow,” the goal of the event is to “plant the seeds to grow a prosperous future for girls.” The Expo provides 100+ girls with a unique empowerment experience through a day of high-energy workshops and inspiring presentations by influential women.

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NWOA Winston-Salem chapter adopts Forest Park Elementary School

    NWOA Winston-Salem  chapter adopts Forest Park  Elementary School

The Winston-Salem chapter of The National Women of Achievement, Inc., has renewed its adoption of Forest Park Elementary School.

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Carter G. Woodson School unveils hallway mural art project

    Carter G. Woodson School unveils hallway mural art project

After months of hard work and gallons and gallons of paint, last week the community was invited to see the unveiling of the hallway mural project at Carter G. Woodson School (CGWS). Throughout the summer current students and alumni worked with local artists Leo Rucker and Fredo Felix to turn the dull hallways into beaming pieces of art.

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Door left open as to future of Hanes-Lowrance campus

    Door left open as to future of Hanes-Lowrance campus

Last week members of the Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools (WS/FCS) Board of Education decided to maintain the former campus of Hanes-Lowrance Middle School, located on Indiana Avenue, instead of donating the property to the City of Winston-Salem. But district leaders did leave the door open for partnering with the city to bring some much needed resources to the community.

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A day of living in poverty

  A day of living in poverty

On Monday, Aug. 9, the teachers and staff of Ashley Elementary School experienced what it was like to live in poverty by participating in Crisis Control Ministry’s poverty simulation.

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Carver Alumni Association awards scholarships

  Carver Alumni Association  awards scholarships

Carver High School Alumni Association, Inc. is an organization that seeks to give financial assistance in the form of a scholarship to deserving students who plan to attend a two-year or four-year college or university.

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T.U.R.N.’s Freedom School empowers youth through theatre

  T.U.R.N.’s Freedom School  empowers youth through theatre

T.U.R.N.’s Freedom School empowers youth through theatre

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Liberation Education, Part 2: Empowering students and creating a space where they feel safe to be themselves

  Liberation Education, Part 2: Empowering students and creating a space where they feel safe to be themselves

Liberation Education, Part 2: Empowering students and creating a space where they feel safe to be themselves

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Local educator gives financial assistance to graduating seniors

  Local educator gives financial assistance to graduating seniors

David Bishop has a heart for helping children, because someone helped him growing up. That was the major motivation for him to start the David Bishop Scholarship.

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NAACP awards scholarships to local students

  NAACP awards scholarships to local students

Last week the Winston-Salem Chapter of the NAACP (WSNAACP) awarded $5,000 in scholarships to five different local students. Caden Davis, Reynolds High School, Breanna Chadwick, Parkland High School, Robert “BJ” Moore III, Atkins High School, Chloe Fletcher, Carver High School, and Lauren Valle, Atkins High School, each received $1,000 to help further their education.

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