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  • Hickory Wood Public School

    630 Ray Lawson Blvd, Brampton

    L6Y4W8

    905-451-3444

    DATE: TUESDAY FEBRUARY 28TH, 2017

    TIME: 9-10:30AM

    PLACE : GYM AND CLASSROOMS

    SCHEDULE: 9-9:30 EVERYONE IN THE GYM FOR

    ASSEMBLY

    9:30 1ST EXIBIT/SHOWCASE

    9:45 2ND EXIBIT/SHOWCASE

    10:00 3RD EXIBIT/SHOWCASE

    Fami l ies of HICKORY WOOD PUBLIC SCHOOL

    are inv i ted to

    HICKORYS OWN CHOIR: THE HARMONIC HOWLERS PERFORM

    SINGABAHAMBAYO (SOUTH AFRICAN FOLK SONG)

    GRADE 5S SING AND PLAY INSTRUMENTS TO FUNGA

    ALAFIA (LIBERIAN FOLK SONG)

    POETRY, DANCE , DRAMA AND MORE

    CELEBRATE FREEDOM

    CELEBRATE ACHIEVEMENT

    CELEBRATE CHANGE

    KINDERGARTEN TO GRADE 5

    A BLACK HISTORY MONTH

    CELEBRATION

    INCLU

    SIVE,

    DIVE

    RSE A

    ND IN

    SPIR

    ING

  • Location/Teacher/Class Black History Focus/Showcase

    Learning Commons Ms. Minichiello

    Ms. Vu and Mrs. Johnson/EL-A

    Mrs. Chaudhry and Mrs. Gupta/EL-B

    Mrs. Pontikakos and Mrs. Posella/El-C

    Mrs. Kurian and Miss Carricondo/EL-D

    Mrs. Kochhar and Ms. Brandolisio/EL-E

    Mr. Clarke and Mrs. Puree/EL-F

    Many Shades of Black Interactive Art Gallery and Inventions in the

    Learning Commons

    Room 123 Mrs. Buesink-Faber/1A

    African-Canadian Musicians

    Room 121 Mrs. Hussey/1B

    The Color of Me Song, Books, and Artwork Inspired by African-Canadian and

    American Artists

    Room 125 Mrs. Rivera/1C

    Student-Created Video, and Artwork Inspired by African-Canadian and American

    Heritage

    Room 126 Mrs. Dhillon/2A

    Student-Created Portraits of Famous African-Canadian and African-American

    Figures, and Line Art Inspired by African Women

    Room 124 Mrs. Peddinti/2B

    Stories of Heroes of African-Canadian and American Heritage, and Artwork

    Room 127 Ms. Hawkins/2C

    Martin Luther King Inspired Bulletin Board on My Dream for the World

    Room 130 Ms. Thubeeshan/2D

    Martin Luther King Inspired Bulletin Board on My Dream for the World and a

    Collaborative Portrait of Martin Luther King

    Room 206 Ms. Zhukov/3A

    Persuasive Writing Pieces on the Importance of Honouring Black History

    Room 201 Mrs. Pong/3B

    Biographies and Art Inspired by African-Canadian and American Heritage

    Room 203 Mrs. Eapen/3C

    Achievements and Contributions, Martin Luther King Rap, and African Food and

    Culture

    Room 128 Ms. Wong/3D

    Artwork Inspired by Books on Martin Luther King and Rosa Parks

    Room 210 Mrs. Van Sickle/4A

    Biographies of African-American Inventors and their Inventions, and

    Student-Created Inventions

    Room 205 Mrs. Gill/4B

    Slideshow (Powerpoint and Mindomo) biography presentations of famous

    African-Americans.

    Room 211 Mrs. Seth/4C

    Poetry: a Tribute to Black History Month

    Room 207 Mrs. Kurian-Wilson/5A

    Biographies of Various African-American People

    Room 209 Ms. Auger/5B

    Inspirational People Display and a Play Representing Challenges Faced by Black

    Communities

    Room 208 Mrs. Nail/5C

    Inspirational People Display, and Artwork and a Play Inspired by the Underground

    Railroad and the Concept of Freedom

    Black History Month Showcases

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