Posts From Tevin Stinson

A night in Hidden Town

    A night in Hidden Town

Last week, students from Walkertown High School ditched their smart phones, laptops, iPads, and other high tech devices, and spent a night in Old Salem’s Hidden Town.

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Multicultural Fair takes people around the world

    Multicultural Fair takes people around the world

On Thursday, April 26 Diggs-Latham Elementary School held its annual Multicultural Fair.

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Building on progress at Cook

    Building on progress at Cook

Cook Literacy Model School is adopting a new initiative that will extend teachers’ reach on more classrooms. 

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McDaniel, El-Amin win Commission seats

    McDaniel,  El-Amin win Commission seats

Incumbent Fleming El-Amin and Tonya McDaniel came away with the victories over Tony Burton and incumbent Everette Witherspoon.

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Hanes Burke, Woodbury to fill vacant BOE seats

    Hanes Burke, Woodbury to fill vacant BOE seats

Barbara Hanes Burke and Malishai “Shai” Woodbury will fill the vacant seats in District 1 of the Winston-Salem Forsyth County Board of Education.

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Board: Replace Ashley HVAC units

    Board: Replace Ashley HVAC units

Questions about replacing the aging school linger One week after Mid-Atlantic Associates released an air quality report on the conditions

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Hundreds attend community prayer breakfast

    Hundreds attend  community prayer breakfast

Residents of all ages, ethnic backgrounds, races, and cultures came together in prayer earlier this week during Come Alive Winston-Salem,

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Walking to defeat ALS

    Walking to defeat ALS

Based on a U.S. population study, each year more than 6,000 people are diagnosed with ALS, or Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis,

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NAACP gala focuses on awards and scholarships

    NAACP gala focuses on awards and scholarships

Last week, the Winston-Salem Branch of the NAACP held its annual Freedom Fund Gala on the campus of Winston-Salem State

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Superintendent encourages Project Impact stakeholders

    Superintendent encourages  Project Impact stakeholders

Last week, Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools Superintendent Beverly Emory provided a two-year update on Project Impact.

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