Lexington had a wonderful Black History Month exhibit. Each class worked to create something to display in the exhibit. The exhibit included student-made timelines, poetry, posters, dioramas, research reports, biographies, essays, and student-made videos.
Our class created biography wheels. We used non-fiction books to collect facts about specific people in black history. Then we placed the facts on a wheel that can be turned to show each different fact.
All students received an award for participating in this exhibit.
Below are pictures of the exhibit, pictures of our biography wheels, and pictures of us with our awards:
Thank you to the diversity committee for planning this exhibit and congratulations to Lexington students for a job well done!