Education

WSSU physical therapy graduates again achieve 100 percent passage rate on national exams

    WSSU physical therapy graduates again achieve 100 percent passage rate on national exams

For the third consecutive year, graduates of Winston-Salem State University’s (WSSU) Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) program have received a perfect 100 percent first-time passage rate on their national licensure exams.

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Breathing life into black history at the Academy

    Breathing life into black history at the Academy

Appalachian State University Academy at Middle Fork Elementary School celebrated Black History Month through song, dramatic play, daily trivia, door decorations, a historically black college and university research presentation, a local radio personality visit, and a living wax museum.

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82 students honored during 39th Human Relations Student Awards Banquet

    82 students honored during 39th Human Relations Student Awards Banquet

For nearly 40 years the city’s Human Relations Department has partnered with the Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools system to host the Human Relations Student Awards Banquet and this year the event was bigger than ever.

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President of Young Democrats connects with local students

    President of Young Democrats connects with local students

Last week Quamekia Shavers, president of the Young Democrats of Forsyth County (YDFC), visited students at Kimberley Park Elementary School. During her visit to several classrooms, Shavers discussed local and national historic figures and the importance of voting.

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WS/FCS Board of Education Names Interim Superintendent

  WS/FCS Board of Education Names Interim Superintendent

The Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools Board of Education has approved a contract to hire Dr. Kenneth Simington as Interim Superintendent.

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District, community leaders begin talks of new Ashley Elementary

  District, community leaders begin talks of new Ashley Elementary

Earlier this week parents, staff, district officials, elected officials and others with invested interest in Ashley Academy for Global Studies (Ashley Elementary) came together to discuss plans for a new school. 

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Livingstone to receive $100,000 endowment from Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority during Black History Month

  Livingstone to receive $100,000 endowment from Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority during Black History Month

Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. (AKA), in partnership with the Educational Advancement Foundation, has pledged an endowment in the amount of $100,000 to Livingstone College.

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Students learn what knot to do

  Students learn what knot to do

Earlier this week he AAMPED (African-American Males Pursuing Education Dreams) program hosted the first-ever Guys with Ties Night.

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Carter G. Woodson Charter School ask for public support in its fight over renewal terms

  Carter G. Woodson Charter School ask for public support in its fight over renewal terms

Carter G. Woodson School is asking the public to attend a meeting at the High Point Courthouse, Martin Courtroom, 4th floor, 505 E. Green Drive, on Feb. 18-22 at 10 a.m. as they bring a lawsuit against the N.C. State Board of Education and its advisory board.

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Judge Camille Banks-Prince visits students at Ashley Elementary

  Judge Camille Banks-Prince visits students at Ashley Elementary

Last week Judge Camille Banks-Prince stopped by Ashley Elementary School to talk about her journey to become a Forsyth County District Court Judge.

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