BY TEVIN STINSON THE CHRONICLE Earlier this week the Winston-Salem Forsyth County School Board recognized the group of individuals who helped three local school receive federal School Improvement Grant (SIG).
Mark Johnson’s seat will be open BY TEVIN STINSON THE CHRONICLE The local school board has begun the process to replace board member Mark Johnson, who defeated incumbent June Atkinson
They say one of the best ways to begin a political career is to run for the school board. Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools Board of Education member Mark Johnson appears to
BY TEVIN STINSON THE CHRONICLE For the second year in a row, Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools’ high school graduation rate has topped 85 percent. According to results submitted by the N.C.
The start of a new year brings excitement to all those involved: students, parents and teachers. The students, parents and
(pictured above: Marchers depart from United Metropolitan on Sunday.) They marched. They chanted and sang. They voted. Souls to the Polls
Ever since President Obama was elected, the Republican Party and many white Americans have had to face their unresolved racism
Fansler for School Board To the Editor: Other than parents, the most important individual in a child’s life and development
Midterm elections tend to have far less voter turnout than presidential ones, but they can have just as big of
(pictured above: John Davenport Jr. (second from left) poses with interns Darian Thompson, Lazar Trifunovic and Sam Starks.) John Davenport Jr.