Project Impact was announced last week during the Winston-Salem Foundation’s annual community luncheon. President of the foundation Scott Wierman said, “We can’t just look at the school system to fix issues in our schools without any help.
SPECIAL TO THE CHRONICLE The Winston-Salem Foundation is pleased to announce the recipients of the 2016 Forsyth County Teacher Grants for professional development to K-12th grade teachers in the Winston-Salem/Forsyth
Above: Superintendent Beverly Emory speaks. Some leaders are asking for a new East Winston middle school By Todd Luck The Chronicle Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools held the first in a series of
In above photo: A North Forsyth High School student, who wore this hoodie, had to be treated at a hospital after being handled by a school resource officer. (Photo by
In above photo: Newly Executive Principal for leadership development Patricia Gainey (Submitted photo) Special to The Chronicle Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools
In above photo: Ronda J. Gordon (center holding microphone) speaking at a rally for teacher assistants. (File photo) Ronda J.
In above photo: Sharon Frazier gives out prizes to students during the Amazing Summer Escape Grand Finale at Hanes Mall on
In above photo: Hanes Magnet School (Photo by Todd Luck) Displaced schools may have new future homes with school bonds
In above photo: NCATA Communication Director Melinda Zarate speaks at a rally at Miller Park on Wednesday, July 8. (Submitted
In above photo: Winston-Salem Foundation The Winston-Salem Foundation and Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools (WS/FCS) are pleased to announce the Peer Project,