Black History Month 2020

"Black Excellence in Education"


Upcoming Events

    

  • National African American Read-In

    Book Discussion: Thurs. Feb. 20th 6:30pm

    K-3rd Grade:  "Ruby Bridges Goes to School" (Amazon $4)

    3rd Grade and Up: "Ruby Bridges; Through My Eyes" (Amazon $11)


    NAARI (est. 1990) is the nation's first and oldest event dedicated to diversity in literature. Celebrate with us by reading one of the above selections then join us for the discussion. Light Refreshments provided.

  • Teacher & Staff Appreciation

    Sun. Feb. 2nd at 8am & 11am SErvices

    We honor and celebrate our legacy of learning in major part to our excellent Black teachers and staffers. Help us honor teachers, past and present who went beyond the classroom and taught us care, justice, and faith.


  • Family Trivia & Game NIght

    Thurs. Feb. 13th at 6:30pm

    What would our focus on education be without fun learning opportunities? Join us for Black trivia, games, prizes, and refreshments. Bring the entire family out!

    Games include:

    Black Card Revoked (clean)

    Black Family Feud

    Black Trivia

    Uno

    Spades

    Dominoes

  • Family Dinner & A Movie Night

    Thurs. Feb. 27th at 6:30pm

    "Disney's Ruby Bridges"

    Rating: All Ages

    Watch Trailer


    Synopsis:

    When bright six-year-old Ruby is chosen to be the first African-American student to integrate her local New Orleans elementary school, she is subjected to the true ugliness of racism for the very first time. But guided by the love of her mother and father, Ruby's heroic struggle for a better education becomes a lesson for us all.



  • HBCU Appreciation Day

    Sun. Feb. 23rd 2020

    Our final Sunday in Black History Month 2020 will honor our Historically Black Colleges & Universities. Wear your school pride and prepare to be rocked by a guest choir, inspired by a guest preacher, and touched by the spirit of God.

  • Annual Senior Ministry Program

    Sat. FEb. 15th at 1pm

    Join the Senior Ministry for an informative program focusing on the historically all-Black schools within the CMS system. Special guest lecture from former CMS Board Chief, Arthur Griffin whose bio can be found here:  BIO




  • St. Augustine Meet & Greet

    Interested in learning more about St. Augustine College? Already admitted? Join us for an official Meet & Greet with on-site admissions. Please RSVP to Cassandra Stone at cbstone@st-aug.edu by February 14th 2020.