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Focus on March: A Look Back on Black History Month, Empowering Young Ladies of Detroit, A Dean of Excellence, and a Chilly Fundraiser

NHA Communications Team  |  April 05, 2024
Assemblies, fairs, gallery walks, and quiz bowls are just some of the ways National Heritage Academies schools celebrated Black History Month.
Many schools were able to host events that included parents as well as students. Children led their parents through the school to check out all the decorated doors, research projects, and presentations.
Center Line Preparatory Academy held an assembly that featured a variety of dances and musical performances, while North Dayton School of Discovery hosted a Black History Program with keynote speaker Tom Roberts, the president of the Ohio Conference NAACP.
Students learned about the importance of Black History Month and were able to share that knowledge about prominent figures in culture, sports, science, music, and government with their parents and teachers.
Thank you to everyone who made Black History Month special at all NHA schools!
Below are more links to special stories from the month of March:Visit our recent news blog for more stories about NHA schools.

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