Each February, schools across the Territory put on a spectacular display to pay homage to the African heritage of the Virgin Islands and to recognize the countless contributions of African Americans in the United States and the world. This year was no different. Take a look at how schools and Department of Education employees celebrated Black History Month 2020.
Claude O. Markoe Elementary School - "2nd Annual African Carpet Fashion Show"
Arthur A. Richards K-8 School - "Africa, America and the Caribbean: Our Voices Matter"
Pearl B. Larsen K-8 School - "Kindergarten Walk of Fame"
Joseph Gomez Elementary School
Ricardo Richards Elementary School
Alfredo Andrews Elementary School - "Boys to Men" Guest Speaker Series
Central High School Door Decorating Contest
#BlackHistoryMonthFashions - Around the Office