"outstanding or remarkable in a particular capacity."
Completed by Peterson/Gordon Architects in 2016
Piedmont Federal Savings Bank, Winston-Salem, NC
The Project received a LEED SILVER certification and reflects a commitment to Sustainability focusing in Site Selection, Low Energy Consumption, Low Water Use, Low VOC environment, Low maintenance materials, and long Life Cycle.
Review: Caleb’s Creek Elementary
. . . . . . .Caleb’s Creek Elementary School, located in Kernersville, North Carolina, serves grades K-5 in the Forsyth County Schools district. It is among the few public elementary schools in North Carolina to receive a distinguished GreatSchools Rating of 8 out of 10. This school has an average Community Rating of 4 out of 5 stars, based on reviews from 15 school community members. . . . . .
If moving here good school to go to. Great Library. Spacious school. Car line deals with safety pretty well. Teachers caring. State of the Art technology . Good support staff. Clean school. Good janitors. Nice lunch room. Nice grounds. . . . . . .Happy Kids. . . . . . .
John Locke Foundation/ Carolina Journal News Reports
Spotlight- The Forsyth Formula
No. 282 – March 10, 2006
New Middle Schools
. . . . . .Winston-Salem/Forsyth County’s new middle schools cost between $10 and $15 per square foot less than middle schools in Union, Hickory, and Charlotte-Mecklenburg school districts (see Table 2). Schools in these districts were between $1.75 and $6 more per square foot than the average cost of middle schools in North Carolina in 2003. East Forsyth Middle School cost $10 less per square foot than the state average middle school bid in 2003 (see Figure 2).. . . . . . .
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