The Winston-Salem/Forsyth County school system will use some of the money leftover from construction projects that came in under budget to upgrade technology at schools willing to pair the investment with their own fundraisers.
The school board voted Tuesday to release $750,000 for the project. Principals will be told of the program and may turn to parents to help raise money. Schools that get federal Title 1 funding from the government, which goes to schools in economically disadvantaged areas, can use some of that money for their match, WSFC Superintendent Don Martin said. Read more.