The countdown is on to our annual convening, The State of Our Collective Impact!
How do we make sure every child in Forsyth County has a chance to thrive in school, in work, and in life?
We’re doing it by working together like never before. By consciously stepping out of silos to embrace a common vision. By collectively spreading best practices that support children’s growth from cradle to career. By intentionally staying connected to our kids and to each other. We’re doing it by actively aligning our passions to embrace the possible.
THIS IS THE FORSYTH PROMISE.
The Forsyth Promise is a diverse partnership that brings all of our community’s efforts and ideas together to:
- shine the light on what’s working well for kids,
- focus on common goals and outcomes, and
- align our community’s resources and practices to ensure the best educational outcomes for Forsyth County’s children.
In a nutshell, The Forsyth Promise puts us all on the same page and unites us around the same vision.
Every child in Forsyth County receives the best education possible and is fully equipped to thrive throughout life.
The Latest Updates from the Promise
On the evening of Monday, October 29, the Birth to Third Grade Action Network met at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church for a feedback session designed around parent leaders. Thirty eight agency leaders, service providers, and parent leaders met to review and discuss data...
The Transition to K program is currently piloting in seven elementary schools: Easton Elementary Forest Part Elementary Gibson Elementary Kimberly Park Elementary Kimmel Farm Elementary Petree Elementary Union Cross Program staff are pursuing funding opportunities to...
SEAL in WS/FCS is currently entering year two of its pilot phase with the 2018-19 school year. Year one of the pilot included seven schools: Cook Literacy Model School, Petree Elementary, Philo-Hill Magnet Academy, Carver High School, Kennedy High School, Parkland...