Arnall Diversity Program Feb. 28

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Arnall Middle School is holding its fifth annual diversity program on Feb. 28. It will begin at 8:45 a.m. and be held in the school’s gymnasium. 


Arnall Middle School is holding its fifth Annual Diversity Program on Friday, Feb. 28 to celebrate diversity during Black History Month.

The program will begin at 8:45 a.m. and be held in the school’s gymnasium.

The goal of the Diversity Program is to increase cultural awareness and appreciation for diverse student body at Arnall Middle. The program theme for 2014 will explore, “Many Voices: LEADERS Destined for Greatness”.

This year, Arnall Middle will welcome back The Ugandan Thunder African Children’s Choir. The choir singers and dancers range in ages from 10-14. Students at Arnall Middle from various cultures will also share their talents and participate in the program.

Featured this year will be solo performances by Danny Lim, Carly Buttke and the Arnall Middle School Jazz Band. Following the program, a cultural reception with diverse foods prepared by parents and staff will be held for the program participants.

Please join the Arnall Middle School family as they gather together to celebrate their diversity!



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