Roosevelt students celebrate African American leaders through poster board competition


In celebration of Black History Month, a group of Roosevelt High School students used their creativity and research skills for a poster board competition.

Students created poster boards detailing the lives and accomplishments of African-American leaders. Roosevelt teacher Winifred Bell said she and other staff ended up learning from the students.

“These students worked hard on this project, and I am proud of what they have accomplished,” she said.

A group of Roosevelt teachers and staff then judged the poster boards on Feb. 27 and named the winner of the competition.

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