February 12, 2020
On Wednesday, at the St. Kateri School 3rd, 4th, and 5th graders held a Black American History Museum to celebrate Black History Month. Here 3rd grader Julia Madden dressed as American aviator Besse Coleman and explains all the facts about the woman there is to tell.
Here 3rd grader Julia Madden dressed as American aviator Besse Coleman and explains all the facts about the woman there is to tell.
Third grader Bella Maria Blond smiles while she tells parents the history in the life of American Singer-Songwriter Nina Simone.
3rd grader Scarlet Smith recites the life of American abolitionist, Harriet Tubman.
5th grader Claire Smith recites a quick routine on 28 year old Ballet dancer Freancesca Hayward.
In his snappy esquire attire, 4th grader Maddox Jones goes over his routine on the facts about the life of Duke Ellington
Robbie Hudson was so excited to have the photographer not to stop by for a picture but to tell him verbatim the history and life of baseball player Jackie Robinson.
Teddy Grimmer, 5th grader reads the facts on Dr. Ben Carson, M.D., neurosurgeon and U.S. Secretary of Housing and Urban Development.
Tiffany Parisi listens as Karter Medina brushes up on the facts about Dr. Martin Luther King.