Our goal is to shine a spotlight on the best artistry that Winston-Salem has to offer," said Janie Wilson, co-chair of the opening of the Center.
What does W-S stand for?
W-S stands for Winston-Salem (North Carolina, USA)
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We have 56 other meanings of W-S in our Acronym Attic
- Wiener-Khinchine Relationship
- Woringer-Kolopp Disease (also seen as WK)
- Wireless Local Area Network (also abbreviated as WLAN)
- Window-Based Least Significant Bit
- Wavelet-based Multi-Resolution Time Domain
- Wisconsin Organization of Nurse Executives
- Western Pacific Satellite (DSCS)
- Wireless Private Branch Exchange
- Wisconsin Quality of Life Index (questionnaire)
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In Winston-Salem, administrators refer to a black-and-white self-contained classroom staffing plan: * 6 to 10 students = 1 teacher * 11 to 13 students = 1 teacher + 1 aide * 14 or more students = 1 teacher + 2 aides Prepping for Technology-Based Special Education Management High-tech, online special education processes represent a dramatic departure from traditional means of tracking and managing special education data.
Winston-Salem may be the perfect compromise between Pittsburgh and Fort Lauderdale.
July 21 /PRNewswire/ -- The Arts Council of Winston-Salem and Forsyth County will name its new arts center in downtown Winston-Salem "Milton Rhodes Center for the Arts" in honor of its current President and CEO.
An architectural jewel in the crown of Downtown Winston-Salem will be sold at judicial public auction at noon on Wednesday, July 15.
Winston-Salem met Dell's major criteria in a location for its new manufacturing facility: a good education system, commitment to businesses and proximity to a large and growing base of Dell customers.
The company's 446,000-square-foot Almondridge Road distribution center in Rural Hall will be upgraded in order to assume distribution operations that are performed at two Winston-Salem centers, as well as the added product from the Weston center.
8 /PRNewswire/ -- People in Winston-Salem think this city is better prepared than most to attract a big share of the nation's burgeoning technology business, and they make their point in a very "animated" way -- in a new short video that they want the whole country to see.