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Carver High School theatre arts students sponsor Black is Beautiful fashion show

    Carver High School theatre arts students sponsor Black is Beautiful fashion show

Twenty-five Carver High School students from Felecia Piggott-Long’s theatre arts classes and Austin Warner’s heath class participated in the “Black is Beautiful” fashion show on Thursday, May 12, in the school cafeteria.

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St. Anne’s, St. Stephen’s hold fundraiser for local Freedom Schools

    St. Anne’s, St. Stephen’s hold fundraiser for local Freedom Schools

St. Anne’s, St. Stephen’s hold fundraiser for local Freedom Schools

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Busta’s Person of the Week: Abandoned at birth, now class president

    Busta’s Person of the Week: Abandoned at birth, now class president

Busta’s Person of the Week: Abandoned at birth, now class president

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2022 High School Poet Laureate named

    2022 High School Poet Laureate named

The auditorium at the Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools education building was near capacity on Thursday, April 7, for the performance portion of the High School Poet Laureate competition.

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Scholarship named for local victim of domestic violence

  Scholarship named for local victim of domestic violence

Everyone has that one family member, an aunt, uncle or maybe an older cousin, who seems to get along with everyone and has a knack for connecting with the younger generations of the family. For Lachaela Wells-Andrew, that family member was her aunt Deitra. 

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WS/FCS looking at options to reduce high dropout rate

  WS/FCS looking at options to reduce high dropout rate

Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools (WS/FCS) has one of the highest high school dropout rates among the larger school districts in the state. Data provided by the N.C. Department of Public Instruction (NCDPI) shows the dropout rate for WS/FCS was 2.66% for the 2020-2021 school year. The state average was 1.94%

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WS Freedom Schools launches initiative

  WS Freedom Schools launches initiative

Winston-Salem Freedom Schools will launch its collaborative initiative with its Make a Difference! fundraiser on March 19.

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Ewers named to trustee board at historic HBCU

  Ewers named to trustee board at historic HBCU

Dr. James B. Ewers Jr., a native of Winston-Salem and long-time educator, was recently named to the board of trustees at Morris Brown College.

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WS/FCS votes to make masks optional

  WS/FCS votes to make masks optional

WS/FCS votes to make masks optional

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Community organization assists kids to improve reading skills

  Community organization assists kids to improve reading skills

Read Write Spell (RWS) is a community program based out of St. Paul’s Episcopal Church that strives to ensure that every child in Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools (WSFCS) learns to read on grade level. RWS trains tutors in the science of reading to better assist students in need in WS/FCS.

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