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Black History Month 2016

  Celebrate Black History Month! Online and Library Resources by Shannon Craighead      Black History Month, or National African American History Month, is a time to celebrate the achievements of black Americans and a time for recognizing the central role of African Americans in U.S. history. Historian Carter G. Woodson began a Black History Week in 1926 which led to Black History Month.  Since 1976, every American president has officially designated the month of February as Black History Month. Other countries around the world, including Canada and the United Kingdom, also . . . read more

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Teens for Jeans

You may have noticed a large box in the high school library- often full of jeans. A senior at Vian High School, Cara Jones, decided to participate in a campaign called Jeans for Teens and get students and teachers in the high school who are willing and able to donate jeans they no longer wear to a great cause. She is doing this through DoSomething.org. This is an organization for young people who want to make a difference through social change. They have 4.8 million volunteers in 130 countries who try to improve . . . read more

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Catapulting Into Science

Mrs. Cindy Rogers 6th Grade Science classes designed and created catapults. Here they are shown testing their creations and competing with each other for the farthest and most accurate catapult invention. read more


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