What Is Inspire 340?
Inspire 340 are schools in WS/FCS identified as a priority for wraparound services by the school district and the Greater Winston-Salem area. The number 340 represents the local education code for WS/FCS. The Inspire 340 network is to engage all schools, families, businesses, and community partners in implementing action-oriented strategies that will lead to systemic change and improve learning outcomes for at-promise students in underserved communities.
Inspire 340 Purpose Statement
The purpose of the Inspire 340 network is to engage all schools, families, businesses, and community partners in the implementation of action-oriented strategies that will lead to systemic change and improve learning outcomes for at-promise students in underserved communities.
Inspire 340 Key Investment Strategies
Inspire 340’s mission is to Inspire all students to achieve, grow and excel! The district has identified three key investment strategies for continuous improvement:
- Wraparound Services
- Increased Leadership Capacity
- Teacher Recruitment and Retention
21st Century Learning Centers Collaborative - Congratulations to the following grant recipients:
- Ashley Academy- First Baptist Church
- Easton Elementary- St. Peters World Outreach
- Kimberley Park Elementary- Union Baptist Church
- Petree Elementary- Galilee Missionary Baptist Church
The Forsyth Promise facilitates education-focused collaborative, community-wide planning and action. We provide a framework to help all community stakeholders work together toward the goal of improved educational outcomes for Forsyth County’s students — from cradle to career. Our core values are Educational Equity, Inclusive Stakeholder Engagement, and Data-Driven Decision Making.
- Forsyth Promise is currently recruiting mentors/volunteers for the intensive support schools. Mentors and volunteers will be trained jointly by the district and Big Brothers and Big Sisters. This program is called the Great 8 Mentoring program.
COVID-19 Student Engagement Task force Effie McMillian is leading this effort.
Some of you will be asked to participate in one of three care teams:
- Family Engagement- Clothing, safety, stability, transportation, resource coordination, parent education and workforce development.
- Direct Student Support - E-learning Support with the help of WS/FCS staff and college tutors.
- Location of Student Support- Identify Learning centers in close proximity to school sites with Wi-Fi.
Dr. Karen Roseboro
336-727-2031 Ext. 70103
School Improvement Director
336-748-4000 Ext. 70254
Cook Literacy Model
Kimberley Park Elementary
North Hills Elementary
Winston-Salem Prep (6-12)
School Improvement Director
336-748-4000 Ext. 70414
Forest Park Elementary
Old Town Elementary
Our Number One Goal
Our number one goal is to recruit teachers who believe in building students emotionally, socially, and academically. We believe in a growth mindset for students so they can reach their full potential.