“The shooting was a drive-by, injuring a Dudley student on the sidewalk outside the school, callers told Guilford County dispatchers.”

GCS lies! It was a drive-by!! Enough is enough! She still has not put the safety of our students first. Not once in the four years that she has been here. Yet again she just went and hired four more administrators when we need security issues solved. One was the Dudley Principal! Cover up?? We need gangs out of our schools and our students safe. Stop making excuses for her poor choices and bad behavior. How many lives will it take before you are wake up?


03/05/2020 Police say 17-year-old shot near Dudley High School

Greensboro police say the shooting did not happen on school property.

GREENSBORO, N.C. — Greensboro police say a 17-year-old male was found shot near Dudley High School Thursday morning, prompting a shelter-in-place for three schools in the area. 


Guilford County Schools music teacher resigns after parents come forward with allegations of abuse

A group of parents who have children in the Guilford County Schools system said the now former music teacher assaulted their kids.


Guilford County schools teacher arrested for sex acts with a student at Dudley

Posted on March 14, 2020 by A.P. Dillon

A Guilford County Public Schools teaching assistant was arrested Thursday, March 12 on suspicion of performing sex acts with a juvenile student in 2019.


This is what happens when we lose qualified teachers and staff. We gain those not qualified to be with students! GCS parents do you really know who is teaching and coaching your students?

How many of these issues have we had at GCS in the past 3 years?

Who is held accountable for these hires?


Feb 24, 2020   Guilford commissioners want new school safety task force

Commissioners have pledged $10 million for school security, but they've been reluctant to give Guilford County Schools full authority on how that money would be spent. 

February 19, 2020 Dear Mrs. Irby,
Please be aware, this is the second report within 7 days at the same middle school in your district. First one was a gun, now a knife. We request you remove your agenda from our school system. SW wants no part of your removal of SRO’s.

02/14/2020 County Pressing Schools On Unspent $10 Million For Security

Nearly two years ago, the Guilford County Board of Commissioners approved the allocation of $10 million to address immediate school security needs, and, now – privately as well as publicly – the commissioners are asking school officials why that money still hasn’t been touched.


12/17/2019   GUILFORD COUNTY, N.C. — A former Northern Guilford Middle School teacher is accused of statutory rape of a student, according to a Tuesday news release from the Guilford County Sheriff's Office.

Carly Shea Smith, 41, of Greensboro, was arrested and charged with statutory rape, statutory sex offense, indecent liberties with a student by a teacher and indecent liberties with a child


11/26/2019 Police determine shots fired outside Central, not fireworks; no one hurt. HIGH POINT — City police say four shots were fired along Ferndale Boulevard in front of High Point Central High School around lunchtime Tuesday, sounds that initially were attributed to possibly being fireworks.


11/26/2019 Argument leads to drive-by shooting in front of High Point Central High School 

HIGH POINT, N.C. -- An argument led to a drive-by shooting in front of High Point Central High School on Tuesday, according to a news release from High Point police.

At 12:36 p.m., the school resource officer got a report of gunfire in the area around the school.The school was placed on lockdown and additional police officers came to investigate.


09/11/2019 Guilford County Schools lays out plan to step up security using funds from $10 million bond

The $10 million two-thirds bond the county commissioners approved earlier this year would benefit the school system's integrated-technology to make sure all 72,000 Guilford County students and the 10,000 faculty and staff are as protected as possible.

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The report is that the teacher called for help times before it got to this point because things were building. Many calls went unanswered, when teacher got through it took forever for support to arrive and wasn’t until after the fight blew up. Teacher stood in doorway trying to protect a student from being jumped because door was blocked but the amount of other students blocking the doorway made it impossible for the teacher to stop this from happening and had to get out of the way with the rest of the student bystanders. Anyone who tried to break it up ended up getting beat up as well.

We don’t want anyone to get in trouble, like the teacher or students who were victims in these videos, but this is the sad state of our schools and a regular occurrence at this school as many parents, teachers, students, and staff can tell ya.