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Cook administrators and parents unite to improve school

    Cook administrators and parents unite to improve school

Photo by Tevin Stinson A group of parents make a list of changes they would like to be included in a new federal education model that will focus on literacy

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Local news anchor Natalie Wilson gives speech at elementary school

    Local news anchor Natalie Wilson  gives speech at elementary school

In photo above: In this photo Natalie Wilson is pictured with Gentleman’s Quorum Inc. Founder Sam Davis and GQ member Stefano Buffert. (Submitted Photo) Special to The Chronicle Elementary School

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Teacher’s book helps children understand cancer

    Teacher’s book helps children understand cancer

(pictured above:  Jen-Ai Childress reads from her debut book.) Cook Elementary School teacher Jen-Ai Childress has penned her first children’s book. It’s about the very difficult subject of breast cancer.

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Police chief addresses Elementary School Academy grads

    Police chief addresses  Elementary School Academy grads

Elementary School Academy wrapped up a successful first year at a recent graduation ceremony at Cook Elementary School. (pictured above: Elementary School Academy grads pose with school leaders.) Winston-Salem Police Chief

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It’s In the Bag

    It’s In  the Bag

Project pushes students to eschew environmentally-toxic plastic shopping bags (pictured above:  Hundreds of students take part in the Earth Day demonstration.)

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Students help agency make up shortfall

    Students help agency make up shortfall

The Gentleman’s Quorum of Cook Elementary School sprang into action when it learned that the Salvation Army’s annual holiday Red

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New principal aims to make a difference

    New principal aims to make a difference

By Kim Underwood WS/FC Schools Forest Park Principal Falicia Fuller headed off to college knowing that she wanted a career

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Grads still feel Camel Pride 52 years later

    Grads still feel Camel Pride 52 years later

They were 18 — or close to it — when they received their diplomas from the venerable Atkins High School in 1961.

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Single mom earns first Rotary Big House Gaines scholarship

    Single mom earns first Rotary Big House Gaines scholarship

Sandra Quinsaat is the recipient of the first Reynolda Rotary Club Clarence “Big House” Gaines Memorial Scholarship. The scholarship to

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Grant calls for dramatic faculty changes at Cook

    Grant calls for dramatic faculty changes at Cook

When students return to Cook Elementary School in the fall, they will see a lot of new faces. Cook, which

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