It's My Call
The Winston-Salem/Forsyth County School Board and our schools' Superintendent, Dr. Donald Martin, are asking all middle school students to stand up and be counted as drug free, and participate in the It's My Call program.
Students understand how decisions they make today will affect their future - and they're taking a stand. Participation in It's My Call provides students with an opportunity to evaluate themselves and to make a personal commitment. The choice to lead by example is an important step towards creating a caring and safe school culture.
Students do not complete an application for It's My Call every year in middle school. Once a student has completed an application, they have made a commitment to be a member of It's My Call for their entire middle school career.
If a student is a Crosby Scholar, they are not required to participate in the It's My Call program, but they are encouraged to join. Incentives will be awarded to Crosby Scholars who choose to participate in It's My Call at the end of the school year during the Crosby Scholars' Year-End Celebration.
There is no application deadline for It's My Call. Students may apply for membership in the program throughout the school year. Students may request applications for the It's My Call program from their homeroom teachers. Applications are also available in the Guidance Office.
Students should return completed applications to their homeroom teachers or the Counseling/Guidance Office.
High School and It's My Call: Students who participate in extra-curricular activities (such as: service clubs, athletics, performing groups, and other clubs sponsored by the school) are required to enroll in the high school It's My Call program.