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Announcements for 2/20/2019

Black History Month:  Jesse Owens was a track-and-field athlete who set a world record in the long jump at the 1936 Olympic Games in Berlin—and went unrivaled for 25 years. He won four gold medals at the Olympics that year in the 100- and 200-meter dashes, along with the 100-meter relay and other events off the track. In 1976, Owens received the Presidential Medal of...
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Announcements for 2/19/2019

  Welcome Back!   Hope everyone enjoyed the three-day weekend and that you’re ready for the week. Black History Month:   If you don't know about the Chisholm Train, you're missing out. Shirley Chisholm was the first African-American woman in Congress and she was also the first black woman to seek presidential candidacy with a major...
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Announcements for 2/15/2019

School will be closed this coming Monday, February 18th in honor of Presidents’ Day. There will be no school on that day and we hope all our families enjoy their 3-day weekend. Black History Month:   Harriet Tubman literally led black people from slavery to freedom. There's no way you can find a better black leader than that. After she helped...
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Announcements for 2/14/2019

School will be closed next Monday, February 18th in honor of Presidents’ Day. There will be no school on that day and we hope all our families enjoy their 3-day weekend. Happy Birthday Arizona! Black History Month:   As the first black U.S. Supreme Court justice, Thurgood Marshall was an extremely influential black leader....
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Announcements for 2/13/2019

School will be closed next Monday, February 18th in honor of Presidents’ Day. There will be no school on that day and we hope all our families enjoy their 3-day weekend. Black History Month:   W. E. B. Du Bois , co-founder of the NAACP graduated valedictorian of his high school in 1884 and spent the next 11 years studying at various schools,...
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