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Aldergrove P.S. Black History Celebration
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Aldergrove P.S. Black History Celebration

As part of African Heritage Month celebrations, Aldergrove Public School will present a production to celebrate Black history. The production is part of an activity that focuses on understanding and valuing Black identity in a society in which the identities of all Canadians are important. Through two stories – the Wings of Ikarus Jackson and a narrative based on interviews with community merchants and professionals from the Markham Black Community – students at Aldergrove will make connections to their own lives and deepen their understanding of equity. The wisdom of friendship, solidarity and striving for social justice for all will be reflected in words, music, song, dance and images.


Aldergrove P.S.


Thursday, March 8, 2018

10:40 a.m. (Junior/Intermediate performance)
1:30 p.m. (Primary performance)
7 p.m. (Community performance)


To join Canadians in celebrating February’s African Heritage Month by learning and discussing persons of African heritage who have been of significant influence through their ideas, words and actions, and to appreciate the place of African history in the world.


Students, staff and families of the York Region District School Board community.

For more information contact:

Kevin Merkley
Principal, Aldergrove Public School
905-470-2227 ext. 184

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