Education

New patent from N.C. A&T College of Engineering researcher will reduce wait times at red lights

    New patent from N.C. A&T  College of Engineering  researcher will reduce wait times at red lights

Hyoshin “John” Park, Ph.D., assistant professor of computational data science and engineering (CDSE) at North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University (N.C. A&T), was recently awarded a patent to solve traffic congestion using optimized relocation and placement of portable sensors.

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WS/FCS considering delaying phased restart

    WS/FCS considering delaying phased restart

Today the Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools Board of Education will decide whether to delay the phased re-entry plans for students or go forward with the plan that would put some students in classrooms as early as next week. The motion to delay the restart came just days after Superintendent Dr. Angela Hairston, who recommended the restart plan, announced her resignation.

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Dr. Hairston steps down as superintendent, takes position in Virginia

    Dr. Hairston steps down as superintendent, takes position in Virginia

Dr. Hairston steps down as superintendent, takes position in Virginia

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WS/FCS Superintendent Angela Hairston Resigns

    WS/FCS Superintendent Angela Hairston Resigns

Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools Superintendent Dr. Angela Hairston has tendered her resignation to the WS/FCS Board of Education.

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Students use competition winnings to empower voters with registration event

  Students use competition  winnings to empower voters with registration event

Last weekend students from Kennedy High School did their part to ensure everyone in the community has the opportunity to cast a ballot on Election Day. On Saturday, Oct. 3, the school’s SGA (Student Government Association) held a drive-thru voter registration event.

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Board of Education approves phased reopening

  Board of Education approves phased reopening

Students in Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools (WS/FCS) will be returning to classrooms later this month. During a meeting on Thursday, Oct. 1, the Board of Education approved a phased reopening plan where students will transition to in-person learning based on grade level.

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Salem College receives Truth Initiative Grant and pledges to go tobacco and vape free

  Salem College receives Truth Initiative Grant and pledges to go tobacco and vape free

Salem College receives Truth Initiative Grant and pledges to go tobacco and vape free

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Local board of education scheduled to make decision on reopening schools

  Local board of education scheduled to make decision on reopening schools

Local board of education scheduled to make decision on reopening schools

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Local students discuss race and equity during annual forum

  Local students discuss race and equity during annual forum

Students from Winston-Salem/Forsyth County high schools came together virtually last week to share their thoughts on race relations and equity across the country and in their respective schools, during the annual Student Race Relations Forum.

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Commentary: If you are African American in America, stay vigilant.

  Commentary: If you are African American in America, stay vigilant.

Commentary: If you are African American in America, stay vigilant.

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