Tuesday, January 14, 2020

The District Secondary Science Fair

To read the story about the District Secondary Science Fair, go to Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools

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Parkland High at the District Secondary Science Fair

To read the story about the District Secondary Science Fair, go to Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools

This comes to us from Rodolfo Eric M Angat at Parkland High School:

We recently participated in District Science fair and we are very happy on the results. Here are the winning projects and their descriptions:

Category: High School, Earth and Environmental Science  

Second Place: Lenore Fredia Williams researched by comparing the pH, hardness, and phosphate contents of alkaline and tap water. She encouraged people to use tap water more rather than buy alkaline bottle water to minimize plastic pollution and save money.
Third Place: Leon Wike tested various garden hose nozzle to find out which is most efficient. Using the most efficient garden nozzle can make the job right with minimal water consumption.
Fourth Place: Kyla Remi McCoy investigated about the importance of vegetation in alleviating water pollution due to runoff. She explained the importance of riparian buffers and wetlands.
Honorable Mention Award: Azela Deashawn Jackson studied on finding out which bottled water brand has the least amount of plastic. Less plastic is good for the environment, but of course recyclables are still better.
Azela Jackson

Kyla McCoy

Lenore Williams

Leon Wike






Monday, January 6, 2020

Student Art in January 2020 Issue of "Forsyth Family"

By Morgan Lilley

In the January 2020 issue of “Forsyth Family” magazine, you will find art by Winston-Salem/Forsyth County students:
 
Ava Fleming, fifth grade, Caleb’s Creek Elementary. Elizabeth Darrah, Art Teacher

Morgan Lilley, fifth grade, Cash Elementary. Kristine Beam, Art Teacher

Makenna Rogers, seventh grade, Clemmons Middle. Stacey Stephens, Art Teacher

Stanton Brown, freshman, Reynolds High. Emily Beach, Art Teacher


By Ava Fleming

By Makenna Rogers

By Stanton Brown

Celebrating the Holidays at The Children's Center

To read the story about the holiday celebrations at The Children's Center, go to Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools

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Wednesday, December 18, 2019

A Touching Gift for the Crossing Guards at Meadowlark

To read the story about what parents and other members of the Meadowlark community did for the crossing guards, go to Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools

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Monday, December 16, 2019