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Frequently Asked Questions
When will students resume their Behind the Wheel training in Drivers Education?
How are we supporting families who cannot be at home to support their children now that we’ve gone to Remote Learning for all students for the first nine weeks of school?
Will teachers be receiving additional training before the start of the school year? Will this be different from the training they received in March?
Will there be a set school day? Will my child need to log in at a certain time in the morning?
How can I de-enroll in the Virtual Academy now that we are going to Plan C? I’d like my child to be back at our residential/home school.
WS/FCS Equity Statement
Educational equity goes beyond basic principles of equality.
A commitment to educational equity involves the removal of institutional barriers so that all students, regardless of their race, socio-economic class, gender, sexual orientation, disability, or ethnic background, can benefit from all aspects of the learning environment.
A commitment to equity in education involves raising achievement for all students, while also narrowing the gaps, with the goal to eliminate the gaps, and eliminating the racial and cultural disproportionalities that exist between the lowest and highest performing student groups in varying achievement areas within the Winston-Salem/Forsyth County school system.