Students Celebrate the Wonderful Women of North Middle School

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In honor of Women’s History Month, Lynbrook North Middle School sixth graders in Bryton Saunders’ class recognized all of the amazing women who work at Lynbrook North Middle School. The students transformed into journalists and learned how to properly conduct their own interviews. With clipboards in hand, they walked around the school to get to know the female staff members with the end goal of creating a special project to celebrate them.

The students asked each staff member three specific questions: what is your greatest accomplishment? What is the best part of your job and what is one fun fact about yourself? This allowed the students to get to know their subjects better and was a great way for the students to develop their social and communication skills. Ms. Saunders was there to assist and has been instrumental in helping her students grow through creative projects such as these.

After conducting their interviews, the students turned their information into posters and created a beautiful bulletin board in the hallway to celebrate every female staff member at Lynbrook North Middle School for Women’s History Month.

Lynbrook North Middle School Transforms into Black History Month Museum

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Sixth grade students in Bryton Saunders’ class at Lynbrook North Middle School transformed their school hallway into a Black History Month museum. The students researched and created posters about significant Black figures from throughout history, ranging from Louis Armstrong and Muhammad Ali.

They displayed their posters in the hallway and also created a Wall of Quotes which featured famous quotes from Black Americans. While wearing special tour guide T-shirts, the students shared their knowledge with social studies classes who visited the museum with clipboards in hand. As museum tour guides, the students did a great job communicating and presenting on these important individuals and classes gained a better understanding of history from their creative and informative museum.