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WS/FCS makes changes to safety protocols, add metal detectors for large events

    WS/FCS makes changes to safety protocols, add metal detectors for large events

All local middle and high schools will have access to metal detectors this school year, but they will only be used at big events and not during the average school day, according to district leaders. Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools (WS/FCS) has also adopted a new crisis response model and installed keypad entry at larger schools with multiple buildings. 

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Like Black families, HBCUs are financially short-changed

    Like Black families, HBCUs are financially short-changed

Like Black families, HBCUs are financially short-changed

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Street School set to begin 19th year, needs help with student lunches

    Street School set to begin 19th year, needs help with student lunches

The Winston-Salem Street School (WSSS) is set to begin its 19th year of serving at-risk high school students in our community, but needs a little help.

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Carter G. Woodson School Board announces administrative changes and open student enrollment

    Carter G. Woodson School Board announces administrative changes and open student enrollment

Carter G. Woodson School Board announces administrative changes and open student enrollment

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WSPD continues back-to-school tradition

WSPD continues back-to-school tradition

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Ministers’ Conference awards $11k in scholarships

  Ministers’ Conference awards $11k in scholarships

Ministers’ Conference awards $11k in scholarships

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NAACP Winston-Salem chapter presents scholarship awards

  NAACP Winston-Salem chapter presents scholarship awards

The scholarship committee of the Winston-Salem Chapter of the NAACP will award five scholarships in the amount of $500 each to five selected students of the Winston-Salem/Forsyth County School system. Amongst all recipients, the student who achieved the highest scholastic standing and provided outstanding service to their community will receive the Reverend Dr. Carlton A. Eversley award. 

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AAMPED, local Alphas, help young men prepare for the future

  AAMPED, local Alphas, help young men  prepare for the future

To help ease that transition, last week Crosby Scholars’ AAMPED (African-American Males Pursuing Educational Dreams) program partnered with the local chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. (Alpha Pi Lambda Chapter) to host a week-long leadership camp for young men who will be headed to high school this fall.

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Local chapter of National Women of Achievement awards scholarship

  Local chapter of National Women of Achievement awards scholarship

Local chapter of National Women of Achievement awards scholarship

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Livingstone College to offer first master’s degree in history of the college, paving the way for ‘Livingstone University’

  Livingstone College to offer first master’s degree in history of the college, paving the way for ‘Livingstone University’

Livingstone College President Dr. Jimmy R. Jenkins, Sr., has announced that for the first time in the college’s history, Livingstone will offer graduate programs as it positions itself to transition to university status.

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