Hun Middle School students spent the month of February collaborating on multiple hands-on projects to celebrate Black History Month including the door project, the creation of a banner, and a Black History Month mural.
Art and Design teacher Sean Hildreth and his advisory students decorated his classroom door with an excerpt from Maya Angelou’s “I Know Why The Caged Bird Sings”, as well as featured several pictures of historical black figures.
Earlier in the month, students worked with award-winning muralsist Terrance Vann on a Black History Month mural with the theme of humanity. The mural represented an anatomical heart filled with all things that inspire human connection.
Chantille Kennedy, middle school counselor, worked with Helena Shore ’24 to conceptualize and create a banner titled “Rooted”.