Morrow Salutes Black History

Morrow Salutes Black History, Women's History & Music In Our Schools
Posted on 03/09/2020
This is the image for the news article titled Morrow Salutes Black History, Women's History & Music In Our SchoolsThe Morrow Elementary School administration, faculty, staff and students celebrated Black History, Women's History and Music in our Schools during a special celebration on March 6. It was the trifecta that highlighted some of our Nation's black men and women whose strength and courage paved the way for a better America, women who became role models for America's youth to aspire to, and music which make its mark in America's rich culture and heritage. Morrow Elementary Principal Dr. Neema Coker welcomed Superintendent of Schools Dr. Howard M. Koenig, Assistant Superintendent for Curriculum & Instruction Ms. Sharon A. Dungee, Morrow Elementary Assistant Principal Mrs. Mariana Gil, Black History - Women's  History & Music In Our Schools event chairperson Mr. Christophe Carlozzo and special guest, New York State Senator Ms. Monica Martinez. During a special award ceremony, Ms. Dungee and Senator Martinez were honored and presented awards for making a difference in our schools and throughout the Central Islip community. Student essay contest winners taking first place were: Kailey Leddy, Mianellis Moran, Alexa Madanado, Mervin Rivas, Sebastian Avila, Tatiana Serrano Ulloa, Sophia Schrage and Miguel Arroba. Student essayists taking second place were: Estefany Escobar, Kimmy Tirbeni, Dania Cruz Gutierrez, Merary Manzzanarez Gutierrez, Katerine Bianco, Kaylon Green, Fiorela Gomez, Raquel Guardado Flores, Ashley Marquina Izaguirre, Emely Bonilla and Davian Perez.   
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