MAY 23, 2011 - The Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Board of Education will meet Tuesday as part of its regular schedule. The meeting begins at 6 p.m. in the auditorium of the Education Building, 4801 Bethania Station Road, Winston-Salem, N.C., 27105.
The board is scheduled to recognize:
relief efforts for Bertie County.
athletic booster clubs for high schools.
students who were named N.C. Teaching fellows:
Madi Parker Markulik, Atkins High School
Breannah Katrice Davis-Bloom, Carver High School
Maureen Julia Fischer, East Forsyth High School
Janette Leyva Hernandez, East Forsyth High School
Caroline Elizabeth Jones, Glenn High School
Miranda Emilia Arias, Mount Tabor High School
Sarah Jordan Rickman, Mount Tabor High School
Erin Marie Coonfer, Reagan High School
Salem Virginia Dockery, Reagan High School
MacKenzie Elizabeth Kiger, Reagan High School
Nicholas David Smith, Reagan High School
Zoe Alice Detter, Reynolds High School
Susannah Christine Haynie, Reynolds High School
Addison Emery Hill, Reynolds High School
Madison Paige Bore, West Forsyth High School
Jessica Elizabeth Burcaw, West Forsyth High School
Joshua Keith Nelson, West Forsyth High School
students who were named National Merit Scholarship finalists:
Raisa Chowdhury, Mount Tabor High School
Jacob DH Feldman, Reynolds High School
Derek M. Fogel, East Forsyth High School
Christopher C. Register, West Forsyth High School
Michael Green of Parkland High School and Danielle Jameison of Reynolds High School for winning 2011 National Achievement Scholarships.
Raisa Chowdhury of Mount Tabor High School for winning the 2011 Morehead-Cain Scholarship.
students who won Forsyth Assistant Principals Association Scholarships
Dinira Sutton, Atkins High School
Jennifer Spaugh, North Forsyth High School
Breannah Davis-Bloom, Carver High School
Jelissa Morris, Parkland High School
Mallorie Nelson, East Forsyth High School
Megan Murphy, Reagan High School
Glenn-Desiree Porter, Glenn High School
Briana Brewer, West Forsyth High School
Eva Lai, Mount Tabor High School
Javar Jones, Winston-Salem Preparatory Academy
Mia Cardi of Jefferson Elementary School for winning the elementary exemplary project at the N.C. Science and Engineering Fair.
Sofia Pauca of Hanes Middle School for winning first place in the junior biological science category and the Grand Broadcom Masters Award at the N.C. Science and Engineering Fair.
Several students and schools for winning awards from the N.C. Junior Classical League.
Jessica Bendick of Ashley Elementary School for being named 2011 Teacher of the Year by Visiting International Faculty.
Several teachers for winning teacher grants from the Winston-Salem Foundation:
Kieran Brockman Brown
Anna Michelle Hartgrove
Keith V. Walker
Mary Jo Naber
Pamela Kay Haskins
Michelle Lynn Showalter
Scottie Broadman House
Debra Lockhart Sumners
Emily Carter Dodson
Charlene Motsinger Surratt
Andrea Dempsey Moore
Amy Ann Talley
Susan Buhr Perrino
Suellen Nelson Thompson
Anna Ramsey Rubin
Speas Elementary School for being named a SMART Showcase School. Erin Goliszek and Kelly Linhart were named exemplary teachers.
The board is scheduled to discuss:
options for the 2012-13 calendar.
an update on the 2011-12 budget.
a resolution honoring the legacy of A. Craig Phillips.
a budget amendment and transfer.
adopting a new format for the elementary report card.
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