Howard L. Goff Middle School has been celebrating Black History Month throughout February. The activities were organized by teachers Karen Anderson-Green and Rachel Mathis and meant to recognize the many contributions made by African Americans throughout U.S. history.
- Display case in the main lobby features prominent African Americans who have had an impact on the United States. Its theme is “#BlackHistoryMonthMatters” and it has featured notable people such as Supreme Court justice Thurgood Marshall, President Barack Obama and ballet dancer Misty Copeland.
- Short video biographies are played during CCS.
- Music teachers David Bresnahan and Jarod Grieco chose musical selections created by black musicians – including Chuck Berry, Jimi Hendrix, Stevie Wonder and RUN DMC – to be played during the morning announcements.
- Book display in the Goff Library featuring prominent African American authors.
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