Congratulations to the students and staff at James B. Dudley High School, winners of the 2021 Say Yes Guilford March Madness Championship. Dudley’s percentage of students registering for the scholarships topped Southern Guilford’s in the final week of competition.
Southern Guilford and James B Dudley High Schools are vying to be named Say Yes Guilford March Madness Champion.
Four Guilford County Schools remain in competition for Say Yes Guilford March Madness prizes. All 28 high schools began the race for the title, each encouraging their seniors to register for Say Yes scholarships and increasing their school’s chance of moving forward...
After three weeks of competition eight Guilford County Schools remain in competition for Say Yes Guilford March Madness prizes.
After two weeks of competition fourteen Guilford County Schools remain in competition for Say Yes Guilford March Madness prizes. All 28 high schools began the race for the title, each encouraging their seniors to register for Say Yes scholarships and increasing their school’s chance of moving forward in the competition.
“Just to see Harper light up when we start our sessions, for her to be excited about wanting to read, for her to be excited to see that she improves on most of our sessions, that is what I’m most excited about as far as being a tutor in this program,” says Tutor Alexis Moore.
Most Guilford County Schools’ students who participated in HELPS tutoring during the fall semester showed growth on mid-year reading assessments, and a third of students exceeded expected growth.
Think of it this way, if you had to introduce yourself to a possible employer during the span of an elevator ride, what would you include? You would have to get to the point quickly, right? These 10 speech tips will help you write a carefully planned and prepared presentation that grabs attention and says a lot in a few words.
Humani Magazine featured Poteat on the cover of the January/February issue, and shared many of the great things Say Yes Guilford is doing.
OCTOBER 16, 2020 – Say Yes Guilford is pleased to welcome Elizabeth Paul as Vice President of Donor Impact. Paul joins Say Yes after three and a half successful years as the Director of Development at UNCG’s Bryan School of Business and Economics. Growing up in...
By Mary Helen Jones Greensboro | Sep. 17, 2020 GREENSBORO, N.C. – This year has turned parents into teachers as kids go through virtual school. Sonja Thompson has twin girls in fourth grade, Katie and Kennedy. They’re enrolled in a virtual academy, but Thompson...