News Stories & Event Photos

US History/Civics “Federal Courthouse” Carter G Woodson School students A Shining Light

Wilkerson’s “The Warmth of Other Suns” Tour and Carter G. Woodson Students, by Layla Garms, Winston-Salem Chronicle

Carter G. Woodson Students head to mock trial competition in Raleigh, by Travis Fain, Winston-Salem Journal

Click here to see photos of the Mock Trial Team Receiving Recognition from the Wake Forest University Law School

Basketball Conference Champions & Undefeated … 2 Years in a Row!

TV News Coverage:  Nothing But Net Show on WFMY-News 2′s Friday Night Sports Report

Radio/NPR:  Coach Lisenby’s radio interview on WFDD-FM:

Winston-Salem is home to some new middleschool basketball champions. Carter G. Woodson’s Girl’s Basketball Team is the new Central Carolina Conference Champions. Friday night, February 20, 2012, the Eagles took on the Clover Garden Grizzlies out of Burlington and beat them 32-7. Eagles Coach Larry Lisenby says his players executed a strong combination defense of man-on-man and zone. Lisenby says this is the second consecutive year, the Carter G. Woodson’s Girl’s Basketball Team ends their season undefeated. It’s also the second year they’ve earned the title of Central Carolina Conference Champions.

Winston-Salem Journal, Milestones, with Feature Photo of CGWS Girl’s Basketball Team, February 20

More Stories 2011:

“Man celebrates 100th birthday with fourth grade students at Carter G. Woodson School,” by John Hinton, Winston-Salem Journal, September 16, 2011.

Former CGWS graduate Atiya Bey returns to the school as a teacher:
“School’s Inspiration Comes Full Circle,” by Layla Farmer, Winston-Salem Chronicle, August 18, 2011.

CGWS graduate Jessica Jones, now a sophomore at Bennett College:
“Bennett College science majors work with high school students,” by Morgan Josey Glover, News-Record, March 26, 2011.

“Former teacher helps build local charter school’s library book by book,” by Michael Graff,  Wake Forest University Law School News & Events

“Classroom Choice: Statewide enrollment in charter schools increased,”  by Danielle Deaver, Winston-Salem Journal