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The Chronicle offers a scholarship for childcare

    The Chronicle offers a scholarship for childcare

The Chronicle offers a scholarship for childcare

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WSSU Nurse Alumni Organization Masquerade Gala raises scholarship funds

    WSSU Nurse Alumni Organization Masquerade Gala raises  scholarship funds

WSSU Nurse Alumni Organization Masquerade Gala raises scholarship funds

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FCSO, Chris Paul Family Foundation make donation to North Hills Elementary

    FCSO, Chris Paul Family Foundation make donation to North Hills Elementary

Thanks to the collaborative efforts of the Forsyth County Sheriffs Office (FCSO) and Chris Paul Family Foundation, 500 students at North Hills Elementary School (NHES) received a brand new pair of shoes last week.

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Mandatory African American History course receives only one vote

    Mandatory African American History course receives only one vote

After listening to the cries from the community for nearly four years and listening to nearly 30 different individuals call for a mandatory African American History course during the Board of Education meeting earlier this week, the board voted 7-1 not to make the course a requirement.

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Dr. Karrie G. Dixon installed as chief executive officer and chancellor of Elizabeth City State University

  Dr. Karrie G. Dixon installed as chief executive officer and chancellor of Elizabeth City State University

Interim President William L Roper, University of North Carolina System, recently presided over the installation of Elizabeth City State University Chancellor Dr. Karrie Dixon.

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New daycare opens in Winston-Salem’s East End

  New daycare opens in Winston-Salem’s East End

At a place in time where infants can operate the latest version of the iPhone before they can spell their names and seeing children playing outside is rare, My Little Genius’ Child Development Center is looking to go back to the basics when it comes to education of our youth.

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WS/FCS awards contract to LB The Poet

  WS/FCS awards contract to LB The Poet

During the Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools (WS/FCS) Board of Education meeting on Tuesday, Oct. 8, the board unanimously approved a contract with Larry Barron Jr. to provide poetry workshops for students at Parkland Magnet High School.

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Diggs-Latham Elementary receives donation of musical instruments

  Diggs-Latham Elementary receives donation of musical instruments

With budget cuts and teacher shortages, music and arts programs in Forsyth County schools lack the support needed for students. But music classes at Diggs-Latham Elementary School in Winston-Salem received the gift of music through a donation of more than 100 musical instruments and a check for $2,000 during an assembly on Sept. 27.

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Members of Kappa Alpha Psi register students to vote at WSSU

  Members of Kappa Alpha Psi register students to vote at WSSU

Members of the Delta Chi Chapter of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Incorporated spent National Voter Registration Day canvassing the campus of WSSU registering students to vote.

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City’s Human Relations Department hosts annual Race Relations Forum

  City’s Human Relations Department hosts annual Race Relations Forum

Last week two dozen local high school students came together to discuss issues of race within their schools and community during the annual Race Relations Forum hosted by the City of Winston-Salem’s Human Relations Department and moderated by representatives from the Youth Council.

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