Celebrating Black History Month

Published on: 2/25/2024

​​​​​​ATTENTION STUDENTS: If you are interested in sharing a performance, art work, a display, or activity for the student body on the patio outside of the cafeteria during the month of February, please complete this form.

Your contribution should directly reinforce the ideals inspired by Black History Month. 

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Congratulations to Gabrielle Curtis for the most correct answers on the Black History Month trivia questions, followed by Jael Daniel in 2nd and Serenity Austin in 3rd. ​
Thank you to all who played! 

Feb 2 - Contributions of African Americans to Basketball and free throw basketball shots for the students to play during lunch!

Wednesday Feb. 7 - Attention Students: Come participate during lunch in a game of Red Light, Green Light in honor of Garrett Morgan, the inventor of the traffic light! There will be one game only during each lunch: 11:20, 12:10, and 12:50. There will be one prize for each winner. 
Thursday Feb. 8 & Friday Feb. 9 - Officer Muhammad will be sharing Spoken Word Poetry Thursday and Friday during all lunches!

Thursday Feb. 8 - Tianna Goldwire original poem.

Feb 14, 15, 22, 23 - Spoken Word Poetry during lunches.

Feb 20 - Jazz Band Performance

Feb 21 - Sam Barrow original composition for string quartet

Feb 27 - AP Language analysis/displays of a major text in African American History

Feb 28 - Piano performance and displays




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