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Black History Month Speaker

The speaker for Heritage Middle's School African American history program, on February 28, 2018 was Benjamin I. Holbert, III, Mayor of Woodmere Village Ohio.  He was elected to that position on November 7, 2017.   Prior to the election, he served six years on Village council, five of those years as council president.  Mayor Holbert is a former television reporter with 25-years of service in Greater Cleveland, he worked for WJKW-TV; WKYC TV-NBC; WOIO-CBS; WUAB-TV; WVIZ-PBS, and WJMO-1490-AM.  Learn more about his distinguished career by clicking here.


Think Fast comes to Chambers

Think Fast is an interactive experiential team building awareness program that appeals to all ages. Think Fast brings life to music through a professionally designed production set and sound system that engages students through informative trivia. Students work collaboratively in teams using wireless remote controls to respond to relative questions that enhance learning and fun. 


           Students participating in the Think Fast program  Students listeningStudents Participating

Heritage Black History Month Activity

Jackie Robinson Museum

Display of student created Jackie Robinson MuseumIn celebration of Jackie Robinson’s 99th birthday students in Ms. Spencer’s class took on the role of African American Museum Curators. Each student was responsible for becoming an expert in a particular time period in Jackie Robinson’s life. Reading passages were tailored to each students’ Lexile range and students utilized the Read and Respond Nonfiction Graphic Organizer to assist with summarizing what they read. Finally, students selected what they considered to be a significant event from the time period researched and created an artifact along with a caption to mimic that event. Student artifacts demonstrated much creativity. The entire HMS family was encouraged to tour the museum which provided students with an opportunity to elaborate on their magnificent work.  See the photo gallery for more pics.

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