Friday, December 9, 2016

Girls on the Run Go to Disney on Ice

On Dec. 1, the Girls on the Run from Moore and Hall-Woodward elementary schools went to Disney on Ice in Greensboro.

to read the story, go to Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools

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A Dictionary for Every Third-Grader at Konnoak

On Tuesday, the five members of the Konnoak Hills Lions Club gave every third-grader at Konnoak Elementary School a dictionary.

To read the story, go to Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools

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Tuesday, December 6, 2016

Filling the Bus at Southeast Middle

At Southeast Middle, they collected 9,250 items for Second Harvest Book Bank.

To read the story, go to Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools

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Truffles and Raffi Visit Brunson

Volunteer Martha Eller brings her service dogs to Brunson Elementary to read with students.

To read the story, go to Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools

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Monday, December 5, 2016

North Hills Chorus Sings Holiday Songs at Forest Heights

On Thursday night, the students in the chorus at North Hills Elementary School sang at Forest Heights Senior Living Community.

To read the story, go to Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools

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Thursday, December 1, 2016

Read 2 Succeed

Today, the anchors of "The Good Morning Show" on WFMY visited Easton Elementary School to encourage students to read.

To read the story, go to Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools

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Monday, November 28, 2016

Thanksgiving at Hall-Woodward Elementary


On Thanksgiving Day, several hundred people had their holiday dinner at Hall-Woodward Elementary School. Winston-Salem Journal reporter Jordan Howse and photographer Walt Unks were there.
Here are a couple of pictures and an excerpt from their story:
Isabella Jimenez, 6, had finished most of her Thanksgiving meal at Hall-Woodward Elementary School. She was patiently waiting for her mother’s approval to dive into her apple pie.
With her mother’s slight nod, she plunged her fork into the flaky crust to top off her meal with her family at her school.
Nearly 300 other people joined Isabella at Hall-Woodward for a free Thanksgiving meal Thursday.
The meal was offered to students, their families and the Hall-Woodward community as a way to foster relationships and bring everyone together for the holiday.
Isabella’s sister, Sandi Jimenez, 13, is a former student of Hall-Woodward and came with her mother and two other siblings.
“Usually we’d either cook at home and invite friends over or cook a dish and go to a friend’s house,” Sandi said. “It saved time and money to come here.”
The dinner of turkey, green beans, mashed potatoes, dressing, cranberry sauce, rolls and apple pie was set in motion by Celena Tribby, the principal, Eric Jones, the parent-involvement coordinator and the Rev. Oscar Pilson of St. Paul’s United Methodist Church in Kernersville.
“Our school is 100-percent free and reduced lunch,” Jones said. “We thought it would be good for our families and the community to have a Thanksgiving meal here.”
To see more pictures and read the rest of the story, go to Winston-Salem Journal



Wednesday, November 23, 2016

A Penny Campaign to Help Others at Kernersville Elementary


After students at Kernersville Elementary School raised more than $900 for Samaritan Ministries’ Penny Campaign, Cameron Kent of WXII television stopped by to pick up the check.

Classes that raised the most money different categories were also recognized.

They are:

Kindergarten through second grade: Penny Hocevar’s class
Third through fifth grade: Kathy Gates’ class
Exception Children classes: Sharyn Prescott


WXII ran a story about the visit. To see it, go to WXII 



A Tuesday Thanksgiving

On Tuesday, students in the Academy of Hospitality & Tourism at Carver High School served Thanksgiving dinner to students on the A/B Honor Roll and their families.

You will find the story at Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools

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