Education

Diggs-Latham Elementary receives donation of musical instruments

    Diggs-Latham Elementary receives donation of musical instruments

With budget cuts and teacher shortages, music and arts programs in Forsyth County schools lack the support needed for students. But music classes at Diggs-Latham Elementary School in Winston-Salem received the gift of music through a donation of more than 100 musical instruments and a check for $2,000 during an assembly on Sept. 27.

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Members of Kappa Alpha Psi register students to vote at WSSU

    Members of Kappa Alpha Psi register students to vote at WSSU

Members of the Delta Chi Chapter of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Incorporated spent National Voter Registration Day canvassing the campus of WSSU registering students to vote.

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City’s Human Relations Department hosts annual Race Relations Forum

    City’s Human Relations Department hosts annual Race Relations Forum

Last week two dozen local high school students came together to discuss issues of race within their schools and community during the annual Race Relations Forum hosted by the City of Winston-Salem’s Human Relations Department and moderated by representatives from the Youth Council.

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Superintendent kicks off listening tour at Old Richmond

    Superintendent kicks off listening tour at Old Richmond

To get more acclimated with the district last week, Dr. Angela Pringle Hairston kicked off a community listening tour at Old Richmond Elementary School.

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Wake continues Voices of Our Time series with Mitch Landrieu

  Wake continues Voices of Our Time series with Mitch Landrieu

Wake Forest University recently invited Mitch Landrieu, former mayor of New Orleans, to discuss his time spent in office, how he helped lead the rebuild in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, and the removal of four Confederate monuments in The Crescent City.

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DCCC student reaches long-sought diploma with new state program

  DCCC student reaches long-sought diploma with new state program

Zach Frye can now say he is the first in the state of North Carolina to earn his diploma through the Multiple Pathways to High School Equivalency program. 

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Winston-Salem Chamber hosts inaugural State of Education luncheon

  Winston-Salem Chamber hosts inaugural State  of Education luncheon

In an attempt to bring the community together for an important conversation on workforce opportunities and the role institutions of higher education play in building those opportunities, last week the Winston-Salem Chamber invited all six CEO’s from the colleges and universities in the city to participate in a panel discussion. 

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Chancellor Elwood L. Robinson to be inducted into the National Black College Alumni Hall of Fame

  Chancellor Elwood L. Robinson to be inducted into the National Black College Alumni Hall of Fame

Winston-Salem State University (WSSU) Chancellor Elwood L. Robinson will join luminaries such as Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., Oprah Winfrey, and Justice Thurgood Marshall when he is inducted as a member of the National Black College Alumni Hall of Fame on Sept. 27.

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Clark resigns amidst rumors of racist text message

  Clark resigns amidst rumors of racist text message

Less than a week after she stepped down from the Board of Education, the racist text message sent by Lori Goins Clark that led to her resignation and the abrupt retirement of interim superintendent Dr. Kenneth Simington began to make rounds on social media.

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Dr. Pringle Hairston sworn in as WS/FCS superintendent

  Dr. Pringle Hairston sworn in as WS/FCS superintendent

After being sworn in during a brief ceremony on Monday, Sept. 3, Dr. Angela Pringle Hairston officially assumed her role as Superintendent of Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools (WS/FCS).

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