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Black History Month Assembly

Mereiah McConico, Staff Writer

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Under the direction of Clark Middle School teacher Magan Harrell, the Black History month assembly featured everything from a keynote speaker to an interpretative dance. The Feb. 28 assembly began with a song from the middle school choir

The keynote speaker, Kira McConico, an independent graphic designer among many other titles, stressed the importance of what students will write for their future, for their history.

“You can’t make history without me and I can’t make history without you,” McConico said.

McConico had students sing “Row, Row, Row Your Boat” in their individual graduating classes to emphasize  that “each voice is important” and that “without one we are weak.”

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