Education

Board of Education approves new supplemental pay increase, correcting $16 million mistake

    Board of Education approves new supplemental pay increase, correcting $16 million mistake

Due to a $16 million miscalculation on the part of the Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools (WS/FCS) Human Relations Department, teacher’s supplemental increase will be $2,000 less than what they were told a month ago.

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Board of Education approves new supplemental pay increase, correcting $16 million mistake

    Board of Education approves new supplemental pay increase, correcting $16 million mistake

Due to a $16 million miscalculation on the part of the Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools (WS/FCS) Human Relations Department, teacher’s supplemental increase will be $2,000 less than what they were told a month ago.

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New academy’s goal is to build foundation for learners

    New academy’s goal is to build foundation for learners

After teaching in local public and charter schools for over 15 years, Dr. Jennifer M. Sherman’s dream of having her own business has become reality. Just before the holidays, more than a dozen people came together for the ribbon cutting ceremony for Sherman Academy.

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Forsyth Tech chosen for national initiative focused on diversity and manufacturing careers

    Forsyth Tech chosen for national initiative focused on diversity and manufacturing careers

Forsyth Tech chosen for national initiative focused on diversity and manufacturing careers

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Impact of Carver Principal Montague-Davis will live on after retirement

  Impact of Carver Principal Montague-Davis will live on after retirement

After serving as principal at Carver High School for nearly a decade, in March Carol Montague-Davis will retire. Recently The Chronicle sat down with Montague-Davis to discuss her time spent at one of the district’s most historic schools in the area to find out what Carver Nation means to her. 

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Woodbury not seeking re-election in 2022

  Woodbury not seeking re-election in 2022

After serving as chair of the Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools Board of Education for the past three years, Malishai Woodbury has announced that she will not seek re-election in 2022. Woodbury is the first African American to serve as board chair. 

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Cook Elementary forms running team, instills confidence

  Cook Elementary forms running team, instills confidence

Sports can play a pivotal role in a child’s life. For the athletes on Cook Elementary School’s running team, it is setting the foundation for better things to come.  

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WS/FCS approves $1.4 million contract with Action4Equity

  WS/FCS approves $1.4 million contract with Action4Equity

To combat the recent rise in violence, Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools has approved a $1.4 million contract with Action4Equity to provide mentors for 200 students at Paisley IB Magnet School, Philo-Hill Middle School, and Parkland and Reynolds High Schools. 

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Northwest Middle School receives state-of-the art learning lab

  Northwest Middle School receives state-of-the art learning lab

Thanks to an initiative sponsored by Verizon, students at Northwest Middle School now have access to a cutting edge learning lab that will introduce them to technology you don’t see in the everyday classroom. 

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WSSU fraternity concludes 25th annual Sleepout for the Homeless

  WSSU fraternity concludes 25th annual Sleepout for the Homeless

Homeless Campaign near the clocktower on the campus of Winston-Salem State University. The event began on Friday, Nov. 19, at 6 p.m. and concluded at 6 a.m. on Saturday, Nov. 20. 

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