Education

Philo-Hill Students win state award, earn $5,000 for school

    Philo-Hill Students win state award, earn $5,000 for school

Teacher Jaunita Ramsey and the five students she worked with show the plaque they won from the state of North Carolina. BY KIM UNDERWOOD  WINSTON-SALEM/FORSYTH COUNTY SCHOOLS  SPECIAL TO THE

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Children learn about King’s legacy

    Children learn about King’s legacy

Photo by Donna Rogers Buddies read to their assigned students during the seventh annual Martin Luther King Jr. Read-In Program on Jan. 16. By Donna Rogers The Chronicle Visitors outside

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MudPies celebrates 45 years, honors Dr. Manderline Scales

    MudPies celebrates 45 years, honors Dr. Manderline Scales

NWCDC Photo Above: NWCDC CEO Tony Burton with Dr. Manderline Scales at the NWCDC Board of Directors Annual Meeting held at the Millennium Center on Dec. 3. By Todd Luck

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Former WSPA students return to their alma mater to discuss college

    Former WSPA students return to their alma mater to discuss college

Deonica Reid speaks as other panelists look on. By Tevin Stinson  The Chronicle A number of former students from Winston-Salem Preparatory Academy recently returned to their alma mater bearing a

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Local photographer, UNCSA dancers create art project

  Local photographer, UNCSA dancers create art project

Photo by Owens Daniels  All dancers in the project danced to Carmina Burana: O Fortuna performed by London Philharmonic Orchestra.

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Burke/Joines Scholarship will pay full tuition for deserving high school senior

  Burke/Joines Scholarship will pay full tuition for deserving high school senior

Mayor Allen Joines and Mayor Pro Temp Vivian Burke By Tevin Stinson The Chronicle Mayor Allen Joines and Mayor Pro

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Student athletes encouraged to follow their dreams

  Student athletes encouraged to follow their dreams

Photo by Tevin Stinson Jaylen D. Bledsoe delivers the keynote address during the Branded For Knowledge Awards Banquet on Monday,

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Poverty simulation exercise opens eyes

  Poverty simulation exercise opens eyes

Photos by Judie Holcomb-Pack  (Left) “Family” discusses their situation during poverty simulation. By Kim Underwood Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools Principal Gary

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Parents, others question ‘low-performing’ schools label

  Parents, others question ‘low-performing’ schools label

Emory and Gordon By Tevin Stinson The Chronicle  Educators in Forsyth County are not happy about the plan of action

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Kimberly Park includes parents in annual event

  Kimberly Park includes parents in annual event

By Tevin Stinson The Chronicle More people than ever showed up for Kimberly Park Elementary’s Fall Festival last Thursday afternoon.

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