Education

School joins fight to end food insecurity

    School joins fight to end food insecurity

Last week, students at Forsyth Country Day School (FCDS) joined the fight to end food insecurity among children in our community, when seventh-graders packed more than 3,000 meals for 600

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D.E.S.K. service project helps Old Town

    D.E.S.K. service project helps Old Town

While writing or drawing on desk may be frowned upon in most educational settings, students at Wake Forest University painted colorful images on more than 60 desks last week for

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Vietnam spouses and an Army nurse gain recognition

    Vietnam spouses and an Army nurse gain recognition

The Happy Hill Senior Citizens Club meets monthly at the Sims Recreation Center.  One of the club’s objectives is: To give older adults an opportunity for continued leadership in the community,

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Blue Cross NC announces $1 million investment in nursing education

    Blue Cross NC announces $1 million investment in nursing education

Blue Cross and Blue Shield of North Carolina (Blue Cross NC) will invest $1 million in Winston-Salem State University’s (WSSU) Division of Nursing. The investment is part of Blue Cross

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Sisters take on nursing

  Sisters take on nursing

Winston-Salem State University (WSSU) nursing students Tavoria and Taneshia Poole consider themselves more than just siblings; they are best friends

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Jesse Jackson to speak at Bennett College

  Jesse Jackson to speak at Bennett College

GREENSBORO, N.C. – The Rev. Jesse Jackson, founder of the Rainbow/PUSH Coalition and a renowned Baptist minister, will serve as

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Education stakeholders discuss institutional racism

  Education stakeholders discuss institutional racism

Mays wins run-off election Fresh off her victory in a run-off election to retain her position as State NEA (National Education

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Tonya Sheffeild: Giving students power for dreams

  Tonya Sheffeild: Giving students power for dreams

BUSTA’S PERSON OF THE WEEK By Busta Brown Today’s youth are on the internet nearly 20 hours a day, dreaming

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Potential mold issue at Ashley is discussed

  Potential mold issue at Ashley is discussed

The Ministers’ Conference of Winston-Salem and Vicinity, and the NAACP recently held a meeting to discuss the potential mold issue at Ashley Elementary.

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Helping students see their dream

  Helping students see their dream

On Monday, April 16, W. Frank Morgan Elementary School is hosting its Annual Career Fair.

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