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Monday, March 06, 2006

America, We the People

Fourth and fifth-grade classes have been invited to attend a performance of "America, We the People." The program will take place on Tuesday, March 14 at 12:15.

This unique program designed to promote understanding of and respect for cultural and physical differences through the writings, language, music, and history of Americans.
Drama, music, dance and sign language are employed in this dramatic performance of American writers’ works: Walt WhitmanAbraham LincolnEmily DickinsonRobert FrostMartin Luther KingLangston HughesCarl Sandburg …and others.

Our thanks for George Culver and Antique Talladega for arranging this oportunity for our students free of charge.


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