During an open meeting on Tuesday, May 10, board members were split into groups and asked to make a list of words they think should be associated with the overall mission of the district. Director of Communications Alexandra Hoskins encouraged board members to select words that everyone could relate to.
The final budget proposal is set at $350 million and includes four replacement schools, two new middle schools, additions at four existing schools, a new pre-K center and adding entry-access controls at all middle schools in the county.
Above: The J. Alston Atkins Memorial Lecture in Constitutional Law has become one of the more anticipated events during Homecoming Week at Winston-Salem State University. Charles E. Cobb Jr. answered
(pictured above: Submitted Photo Rudolph Boone plays the trumpet with the band during his service in the Army.) The band rooms at local historically black high schools may soon bear the
Photo by Todd Luck New members (from left) Robert Barr, Lori Goins Clark, Deanna Taylor, Dana Caudill Jones, David Singletary
(pictured above: Stacey Rubain (second from right) poses with supporters and friends (from left): Justin Hurie, Renu Syal, Bryan Mosley and
Dominican Republic native German Garcia is aiming to become the first Hispanic American to serve on the Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Board
The 2014 election season promises to be an interesting one, with major shifts on the horizon for the Winston-Salem/Forsyth County
(pictured above: Ann Petitjean speaks at a pro-teachers rally last year.) Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Board of Education has decided to offer
(pictured above: Charles Wilson addresses Board of Elections members (from left): Fleming El-Amin, Ken Raymond and Stuart Russell. Also pictured is