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Ministers hear from WS/FCS Super

    Ministers hear from WS/FCS Super

(pictured above: Dr. Bev. Emory speaks.) When Dr. Bev Emory took her position as superintendent of Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools last year, the Ministers Conference of Winston-Salem and Vicinity was one of

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Magnet programs to use upcoming fair to shine

    Magnet programs to use upcoming fair to shine

(pictured above: Angela Neal works with students at Mineral Springs Middle School.) In her three years as principal of Mineral Springs Middle School, a magnet school with an arts and leadership

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Program gives gift of reading year-round

    Program gives gift of reading year-round

(pictured above: Media Coordinator Myra Worrell presents a book to a Konnoak student.) by: Kim Underwood W-S/Forsyth County Schools Fifth-grader Lizeth Gutierrez likes to read on her own and she likes

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The Greatest Generation

    The Greatest Generation

In Winston-Salem, like in countless cities across the South during the Jim Crow era, black students fought against the odds to get a sound education. Educators of the 1960s and

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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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Free breakfast/lunch program starts June 17

    Free breakfast/lunch program starts June 17

Chartwells School Dining Services, the company that serves breakfast and lunch to more than 2.3 million school children each day,

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New superintendent vows to earn trust

    New superintendent vows to earn trust

The Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Board of Education has selected its first-ever female superintendent. During a special called meeting at the Board

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New book becomes drug prevention tool for schools

    New book becomes drug  prevention tool for schools

Students like to learn from their peers. That is the basis for a new school resource to teach drug prevention

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Atkins courts named for local tennis legend

    Atkins courts named for local tennis legend

When James Ewers convinced his father to get him tennis balls and a racket so  he could practice at the

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Voters of all political persuasions celebrate on election night

    Voters of all political persuasions celebrate on election night

The crowd leapt to its feet at the Millennium Center Tuesday night when Elisabeth Motsinger took to the stage. Motsinger,

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