Monday, February 26, 2018

Madison City Schools Observes Black History Month in Variety of Ways

Posted by John Peck in General

Madison City Schools celebrates its student diversity in a variety of ways, from student-led assemblies to school programs to individual class activities.
This month, schools across Madison City have been observing Black History Month.
These photos are from activities at just a handful of MCS schools: Liberty Middle, Bob Jones H.S. and Heritage Elementary.
All schools have had observances in some form.
The Madison Record published an article on a Black History program at Liberty Middle:

Students in African American apparel

Students lined up in gym reading Black American history facts
Two art student winners in lobby of Bob Jones High School

Collage of Black History figures on wall

Student in front of Barack Obama poster at Heritage Elementary

Heritage Elementary student in front of black astronaut Mae Jemison photo

Student in track stance below photo of black track star Jesse Owens




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