Educators, parents, and community leaders discuss the importance of Pre‑K.
Dr. Paula Wilkins, Principal of Cook Literacy Model School shares her thoughts on the importance of high-quality Pre‑K.
Kelley Bendheim, WS/FC Schools Director of the office of Early Learning and Executive Director of Project Impact, shares her thoughts about the importance of quality Pre‑K instruction.
Family Services President and CEO Bob Feikema makes the case that we are not making use of the full potential of all of our children. All of us have to become champions and make Pre‑K a Priority.
Ethanie Good, the Director of Marketing and Communications at Winston-Salem Chamber of Commerce, shares her experience with getting her children enrolled in Pre‑K.
Dr. Paula Grubbs, Pre-K Program Manager with Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools, discusses why high-quality Pre‑K is important to Forsyth County.
A Winston-Salem parent, Herika Solis talks about how hard it is for middle-class families to afford Pre‑K, when they make too much to qualify for assistance but not enough to enroll in high-quality early childhood education.
Rashida Kirby who works with Family Services’ Head Start program talks about the importance of Pre‑K.
Clare Fader owns Fader RE and discusses what Pre‑K means in terms of real estate sales in Winston-Salem and Forsyth County.