Since a visit to the North Carolina Zoo isn’t currently possible, the Zoo is bringing its programs to you
School supplies that may just change your child’s world
Simple ways to encourage your child to master speech and language.
Help your kids discover the pleasures of reading books.
GCS students can earn prizes for reading 900 minutes or more.
Improve reading skills and study sessions with this simple activity.
All North Carolinians can participate in summer reading programs at libraries across the state.
Aimee Picon from Noble Academy answers your questions about identifying and managing language-based learning disabilities.
Community invited to celebrate all employees of Guilford County Schools during May.
Teachers can enjoy free admission and special activities on May 6.
This year’s institute offers four different programs for various ages in July.
Guilford Parent Academy invites families to enjoy a free day of fun activities.
In comparison to other states, North Carolina ranks 41st in teacher pay and 50th in principal pay.
Digital service adds eBooks, e-comics and program episodes for participating libraries.
Guilford Board of Education passes a resolution aimed at class size reduction law.
Understanding the difference between a magnet and charter schools.
The “Thrive! 2017” conference will feature speakers and parent workshops, a vendors’ expo, activities for children and teens, and a talent showcase.
Liftoff to Learning will be held Monday, Jan. 30.
Guilford County Schools Choice Showcase takes place Saturday, Jan. 21 from 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at the Greensboro Coliseum Special Events Center.
Gift cards, iPads are incentives for students who read 300 minutes during winter break.
Greensboro Children's Museum to add outdoor play plaza, indoor winding river water feature and kid-friendly technology center.
Research shows that being active helps students in the classroom.
Testing may be required for applications to prestigious private or charter schools, or for early admission to public kindergarten.
Many students with ADHD are distracted and often miss vital information in the classroom making homework and testing difficult.
Ensuring back-to-school success for children and parents
Seven Guilford County Schools were recognized by Newsweek’s 2016 Top High Schools list, including the Early College at Guilford, which was ranked No. 5 in the country.
A parent primer for kicking off a smooth new year.
Parents are needed to serve as grassroots coordinators at middle schools and Title I parent ambassadors at Title I schools during the 2016-17 school year.
A new international study shows the importance of early, home-based interventions that teach parents to engage children in playful interactive learning activities.
The option to enroll a child who is not quite 5 years old — or who may have just turned 5 — often complicates parents’ decision-making process.