Edgemont Celebrates African-American History

Edgemont Celebrates African-American History
Posted on 02/27/2019
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Edgemont's students spent the month of February studying African-American History. Through writing, art, songs, dance, daily fact announcements, and even math, students learned about the history, culture and traditions of African-Americans.


Storyteller Rochele Coleman taught students about the African-American cowboy Nat Love.Edgemont was treated to a visit from storyteller Rochele Coleman who acted out the life of African-American cowboy Nat Love.



Student's research reports about African Americans


3rd graders learned about an influential African-American person from history. They wrote reports and drew portraits.


1st grade's African-American Inventors Museum1st graders created an African-American Inventors Museum.


Kindergarten students perform "A Tisket, A Tasket"



Kindergarten students perform Ella Fitzgerald's famous song "A Tisket, A Tasket" holding their "little yellow baskets"

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