Education

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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Teaching scholars the love of reading

    Teaching scholars the love of reading

If you’re looking for something fun and exciting for youth this summer, Freedom School is exactly that. When kids tap into their imagination, they open up a whole new world, where all of their hopes and dreams come true. Freedom School is a six-week literacy program that provides a research-based and multicultural model that fosters a love for reading in scholars in grades K-12.  

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WS/FCS announces new chief financial officer, leadership changes and appointments

  WS/FCS announces new chief financial officer, leadership changes and appointments

WS/FCS announces new chief financial officer, leadership changes and appointments

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Design contract approved for new Ashley Elementary

  Design contract approved for new Ashley Elementary

Earlier this month the Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools (WS/FCS) Building and Ground Committee approved a $862,200 contract for the local architectural firm, Walter Robbs Architecture, to design a new Ashley Elementary School. 

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Alpha Pi Lambda Chapter, Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. announce 2022 scholarship awards

  Alpha Pi Lambda Chapter, Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. announce 2022 scholarship awards

Alpha Pi Lambda Chapter, Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. announce 2022 scholarship awards

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Local woman arrested, charged for threatening to shoot school bus

  Local woman arrested, charged for threatening to shoot school bus

Local woman arrested, charged for threatening to shoot school bus

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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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