“No existence without coexistence” message from young Kenyan inventor to Lufkin Middle School students
“I looked him up on Facebook,” said Brandi Moreland, Lufkin Middle School Language/Arts teacher. “He friended me and after conversing back and forth, he came to Lufkin.”
“Resemblance,” Nevaeh Williams, fifth grader from Brandon Elementary, said when asked why she drew a picture of Claudette Colvin, the American pioneer of the 1950’s civil right movement.
“It’s this type of program that can initiate healthy eating habits that can last a lifetime,”
If you need a quick pick-me-up this week, swing by Starbucks Coffee on Timberland Drive where your spirits will be lifted by inspirational stickers and cards crafted by Brandon Elementary students in the Kindness Club.
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