• Our Safe Return - Nuestro Regreso Seguro

  • Our Transition to Plan B

    At the state level and here at Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools, we are working hard on a transition to in-person learning. On September 17, our COVID-19 Committee was presented with a proposed, phased re-entry plan beginning October 26 that carefully builds to include all grades by the start of second semester.

    The proposed re-entry plan is a hybrid of in-person and continued remote learning. In the plan, students would not attend school every day and schedules would be based on grade and school. This hybrid model enables us to maintain 50% capacity in our schools for safety and social distancing.

    The proposed re-entry plan can be found as part of the committee presentation and can be downloaded from this page. If you are interested in viewing the video from the September 17 Covid Committee meeting, visit https://livestream.com/cable2tv/events/8109675

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Technology Assistance

We are committed to ensuring every student has the technology needed to move forward with remote learning. Families are encouraged to have access to a reliable internet connection. However, if you need support, please reach out to your school for assistance.

Once you receive your technology, if you have an issue with the Chromebook or the WiFi hotspot, the district offers the Technology Service Desk available at 336.727.8300 (from 7:00am-7:00pm Monday-Friday) or email ServiceDesk@wsfcs.k12.nc.us staffed with technology support technicians for phone support, as well as remote control computer assistance to troubleshoot and repair technical issues.

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Download Our Guidebook

Our Safe Return Guidebook for Families—in both English and Spanish—is designed to provide you with critical information so that together we can provide the best possible experience for our students.

  • Mobile Classrooms / WiFi Hotspots

    Mobile hotspot icon For students who do not have reliable access to the internet, WS/FCS is using school buses to bring the internet to them. We currently have a number of mobile hotspot locations where buses equipped with WiFi will enable children to connect to participate in virtual learning.

    WiFi extends up to 100 yards on each side of the buses. At present, plans are for Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools to deploy a total of 20 buses with WiFi connectivity to areas identified as having a high number of students needing connectivity support.

    Current WiFi Hotspot locations:

    • Wynnfield Court Apartments Kernersville
    • Woodlawn Apts on Weatherwood Ct (Upper and Lower) 2 buses
    • Birchwood Apts on Weatherwood Ct
    • Colony Apts on Brownsboro Rd
    • Skyline Village on Timlic Ave
    • Skyline Village Bruce St
    • Rolling Hills on Ferrell Ct
    • Oldtown View Apts on Yarborough Ave
    • Salem Gardens (Salem Gardens Dr)
    • Willow Creek Apts. Stagecoach Rd (Stanleyville)
  • Meal Assistance Update

    Meal plan icon The U.S. Department of Agriculture has announced that it will continue its free student meal program until further notice. This means any Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools student can receive free meals—breakfast and lunch—from designated meal pick-up locations.

    As a reminder, student Take-Home meals are served Mondays and Thursdays from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. from 39 school locations as well as from more than 130 mobile meal stops. 

    Beginning Thursday, September 3, WS/FCS is adding a late afternoon pick-up time from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. at eight of our elementary school locations. Only these 8 locations will add the late afternoon pick-up.  All other school locations and mobile delivery sites will continue to serve from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. 

    Parents and guardians can pick up meals without students being present and will not be required to provide any additional student information at this time.

    Late afternoon pick up locations:

    • Gibson Elementary
    • Griffith Elementary
    • Ibraham Elementary
    • Kernersville Elementary
    • Smith Farm Elementary
    • Speas Elementary
    • South Fork Elementary
    • Walkertown Elementary

    You can find additional information about school pick-up locations, mobile delivery sites and schedules on the Child Nutrition department page of the WS/FCS website (https://www.wsfcs.k12.nc.us/Domain/18). For questions, please call the Child Nutrition office at (336) 703-4275.


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Frequently Asked Questions

  • If I don’t have WiFi, where can my child go to connect to the internet?

  • What are Flex Fridays?

  • 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 quarter of school?

  • What is the district doing to support the mental and emotional health needs of students as we move to All Remote Learning for the first quarter of school?

  • How are we supporting our Exceptional Children (EC) and students with IEPs?

  • How do we pick up student meals?

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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.


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