Opening reception is 5-7:00 p.m., Friday, March 24. The show and the reception are both free and open to the public.
“They were not developed to provide a better choice. They were developed to provide a choice.”
Tommy Wakefield is the second consecutive winner from the UNCSA School of Filmmaking. Third-year Film student Kaitlyn Ali of Raleigh was also a finalist.
Stu Egan asks Sen. Burr to make good on his commitment to public education by choosing someone with educational experience to lead as Secretary of Education.
Have a child with autism heading to Middle School? Attend this meeting!
Includes information on politicians’ role in education and a list of education-friendly candidates.
Brad Craddock, principal of Glenn High School, has been chosen to represent the school district in the Wells Fargo Principal of the Year program.
A Parade, Food Truck Tailgate, Homecoming Game, Golf Tournament and other events are scheduled. Includes Video review of 50 years.
The following is a tribute to the impact that Rodney Ellis, past president of the North Carolina Association of Educators, […]
School System seeking applicants for a variety of positions throughout the District Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools will hold an Employee Recruitment […]