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Posted February 10, 2015

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Special Ed Students at Chaparral Celebrate Black History Month

The young students in Lenell Walton's autism-specific class created a display with Kente cloths, a Black history alphabet and Peanut Gallery in honor of George Washington Carver.

To celebrate Black History Month, the students in Lenell Walton's emerging and independent communication K-2 autism specific classes at Chaparral Elementary School have created a display. The display includes:

  • Kente cloths
  • A Black history alphabet
  • The Peanut Gallery, introducing George Washington Carver
  • Traffic lights. introducing Garrett Morgan.

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