Black History Program Conducted
Wednesday at ECLC
From: Kathy McDonald
Dr. M. Lavelle Hendricks was one of the speakers at
Wednesday's Black History Program, as he recited Dr. Martin Luther King's
famous "I Have A Dream" speech.
On Wednesday, the Head Start 3 & 4 year olds presented a black history program celebrating February as Black History Month. The children presented two performances for all the children at ECLC, parents and grandparents. They sang two songs "Sing About Martin" and "The World is a Rainbow" with the help of music teacher, Patricia Fields. The children also spoke about famous African Americans and what they invented or who were the first to accomplish. There were two presenters invited to speak: Pastor LaVelle Hendricks, (Dr. Hendricks is the Student Affairs Coordinator/Assistant Professor of the Department of Counseling at Texas A & M University) recited the speech "I Have a Dream" by Dr. Marting Luther King.
Mrs. Pamela Clayton presented a portion of the program, Wednesday, as she performed a skit on
"The Meaning Behind the Music.
Pamela Clayton, (former SSISD teacher for 35 years) performed a skit on "The meaning behind the music".