Education

Planning the N.E.X.T. Step

    Planning the N.E.X.T. Step

Career fair helps recent high school grads plot their future.

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Mable Stevenson receives North Carolina Central University alumni Founder’s Award

    Mable Stevenson receives North Carolina Central University alumni Founder’s Award

A local Eagle “soared” at the ninth Awards Dinner on Saturday, July 13, in Durham. Mrs. Mable Hicks Stevenson, a 1963 graduate of then North Carolina College (now NCCU), was honored as the recipient of the Founder’s Award.

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WS/FCS Interim Superintendent Announces Retirement

    WS/FCS Interim Superintendent Announces Retirement

Dr. Kenneth Simington, WS/FCS Interim Superintendent, has announced he will retire at the end of his contract, August 31, 2019.

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Separate school districts could help students in city and county schools

    Separate school districts could help students in city and county schools

What if Winston-Salem and Forsyth County schools operated as two separate entities?

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WS/FCS announce the launch of the Togo West Prize

  WS/FCS announce the launch of the Togo West Prize

Last week Winston/Salem Forsyth County Schools’ Interim Superintendent Ken Simington announced the establishment of the Togo West Prize to be awarded to the valedictorian of Atkins Academic and Technology High School.

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Current and former elected officials join the push for a mandatory African American history course

  Current and former elected officials join the push for a mandatory African American history course

The push for a mandatory African American history course began more than three years ago when the Local Organizing Committee (L.O.C.), took their demands to the local school board.

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Alumni celebrate the legacy of Atkins High School

  Alumni celebrate the legacy of Atkins High School

Four alumni were honored during the Atkins High School Legacy Awards last weekend.

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Forsyth Tech, AAMPED host STEM camp for local young men

  Forsyth Tech, AAMPED host STEM camp for local young men

Forsyth Technical Community College (FTCC) and Crosby Scholars joined forces to host a computer camp for the young men currently enrolled in the African American Males Pursuing Education Dreams (AAMPED) program.

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Salem Academy offers admission to female students enrolled at closed American Hebrew Academy

  Salem Academy offers admission to female students enrolled at closed American Hebrew Academy

AHA students and parents wishing to find out more about this offer should contact Carol Killebrew at 336-917-5510 or carol.killebrew@nullsalem.edu or Kylie Morris at 336-721-2806 or kylie.morris@nullsalem.edu.

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New principals chosen for Meadowlark Middle and Piney Grove Elementary Schools

  New principals chosen for Meadowlark Middle and Piney Grove Elementary Schools

Matt Dixson will be the new principal at Meadowlark Middle School and Brendan Elkins will be the new principal at Piney Grove Elementary School.

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