WELCOME TO ROOTS
Warmest regards, Mama Nkechi - Principal - RALC
BIRTHDAYS OF THE MONTH
Harriet Tubman was born a slave in 1820 and died 1913, she was often referred to as ‘The Black Moses’. She was an outstanding and courageous leader to the Underground Railroad. She repeatedly risked her life to enable others to reach freedom.
“Every great dream begins with a dreamer. Always remember, you have within you the strength, the patience, and the passion to reach for the stars to change the world.” -Harriet Tubman.
We also commemorate the birthday of Dr. Francis Cress Welsing. Born March 18th 1935, Dr. Welsing has been described as one of the greatest and most courageous thinkers of our time. She is a Washington DC psychiatrist who has devoted more than 20 years of her life in the study of the origin and institution of racism.Pulitzer Prize for “Beloved”. In 1996, she was awarded a medal by The National Book Foundation for her contribution to American Letters.
Mama Kiamesha & Mama Tanza Pre K3 & 4 Class:
March 17th, Discovery Theatre
FEBRUARY BIRTHDAY PARTY
Wed, March 22
The success of Roots is demonstrated in several
ways. In 1999, the community asked Dr. Thompson to open another Roots as a charter school. Therefore, Roots Public Charter School was born as a protégé of the Roots Activity Learning Center. RALC alumni have successfully graduated from many of the finest area high schools, historically black colleges and universities, as well as from Harvard, Duke, Princeton, etc. RALC teachers and staff have received National teacher and principal of the year honors, and former students have achieved high on standardized tests and placed well in Spelling Bees and other academic competitions.
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Welcome to MARCH
The doorway to Spring
Hear the swirling wind
And the birds as they sing