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Throughout the month of February, students in the Warren City School District will be celebrating Black History. Students will be learning about civil rights; slavery; and how individuals, especially children, stood up for what’s right and how unfair laws were changed; and the life and work of Martin Luther King Jr., Rosa Parks and other […]
As part of a Black History month project the 1st Grade classes at Lincoln K-8 learned about George Washington Carver. As a followup to what they learned about Carver, the students brought in jars of peanut butter and jelly to be donated to the Warren Family Mission. The 6 classrooms collected over 80 jars!
Lincoln K-8 4th Grade students learn about the Underground Railroad and its relation to Trumbull County during a presentation put on by the Warren Public Library.
The Willard K-8 School celebrated Black History Month with Rev. Georgina (Gena) Thornton from Grace AME Church. Rev. Thornton read Amazing Grace by Mary Hoffman to students in Mrs. Shuttic’s, Mrs. Sullivan’s and Mrs. Newbrough’s classes. Rev. Thornton stressed the message: students are able to do anything they want to do in life, as long as they […]