Ms. Self and our grade 8 students were featured on NBC 10 Boston for their use of the iCivics program - which promotes civics education and encourages students to become active agents of change in their communities.
Ms. Self has initiated a project with her grade 8 students to work with the Cradles to Crayons program – exploring the problem of child poverty. Upcoming projects will tackle other vital issues for Boston’s young people, such as vaping, drug abuse, gun violence, domestic violence, and homelessness, to name a few.
Special thanks to Natacha Scott and the BPS History & Social Studies Dept, iCivics’ Louise Dube, and NBC Boston for your support.
Click here to view the news coverage video.
Well done Ms. Self and grade 8 students -- we’re proud of your work! It's all part of our mission to attain social justice through academic excellence and responsible leadership! #WeareYA