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David Priddy - English

Elizabeth Guiles- English


Misti Holloway- Principal
Nancy Smith- Financial Secretary/Data Manager/Receptionist

Salena Howlett- History
Civics Website

Patrick Minges - History
American History 1 Website

John Smith- Math

Christian Smith - Science
Chemistry Website      Physical Science Website

Sayrd Price named Stokes County Teacher of the Year

posted Oct 15, 2009, 1:24 AM by StokesEarlyCollege Unknown   [ updated Jul 13, 2016, 3:01 PM ]

Stokes Early College High School’s Sayrd Price has been named the Stokes County Teacher of the Year.

Price was surprised by the announcement during the school’s award ceremony last Thursday.

“Mr. Price’s instructional activities create excitement, engagement, and personal connects to learning and academic standards,” said Stokes Early College Principal Misti Holloway. “His classroom environment is fun and inviting with stability balls in place of chairs, two classroom pets that are used in teachable moments, and activities that meet the learning needs of visual, auditory and kinesthetic learners. He is a diligent, passionate instructor, and he is a motivated, active leader. I predict he will achieve boundless success in his continued academic and career pursuits. Our students are fortunate to experience his knowledge and charisma in the classroom , and his colleagues, including me, are lucky to witness the energy and knowledge he brings to instruction.”

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Students discuss fracking, coal ash

posted Oct 13, 2009, 12:58 AM by StokesEarlyCollege Unknown   [ updated Jul 13, 2016, 3:05 PM ]

Students from South Stokes High School and the Stokes Early College shared their views on fracking and coal ash last week at the first ever Symposium on Technology and Environmental Asset Management at the Walnut Cove Public Library.

The event was organized by the Amnesty International clubs at both schools as a way for the county’s youth to learn more about the issues and share their thoughts.

“When the coal ash spill happened in Eden one of our kids said why don’t we go down and see it,” said Patrick Minges who sponsors the club at Stokes Early College. “They got first hand experience about the impact of coal ash. This year we were talking about issues and there was a lot of discussion about fracking so we thought we would do something that deals with both coal ash and fracking.”

Minges said students spent a good deal of time researching the issues and preparing papers and displays to present to the community.

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Forsyth Tech groundbreaking ceremony officially launches construction on new Stokes County center

posted Oct 13, 2009, 12:58 AM by StokesEarlyCollege Unknown   [ updated Jul 14, 2016, 7:40 PM ]

More than 80 people turned out for a groundbreaking ceremony hosted by Forsyth Tech to celebrate the commencement of construction on the college’s new  Stokes County Center at 1165 Dodgetown Road in the Meadows community near Walnut Cove.

The Center represents the college’s first permanent facility in Stokes County.

On hand to offer remarks were Dr. Gary Green, president of Forsyth Tech; Ed Welch, Chair of Forsyth Tech’s Board of Trustees; Ronda Jones, Chair of the Stokes County Commissioners; and Ann Watts, director of Stokes County operations for Forsyth Tech.

Attendees included county commissioners, the county manager, members of the board of education, the school superintendent, representatives from the offices of Sen. Richard Burr and U.S. Rep. Mark Walker, State Rep. Bryan Holloway, members of Forsyth Tech’s Board of Trustees and Foundation Board, as well as students from the Stokes Early College program.

Watts expressed her excitement for the center, saying, “It’s been over 30 years in the making, and I could not be more proud.”

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