This month’s feature focuses on the Martin Luther King, Jr K-8 School.
Images, words, and events in the life of Dr. King fill the school’s hallways. I was invited to visit by third grade teacher Bernadine Lormilus-Henry, who joined the staff this year because, “I love and admire Dr. King for his work as a civil rights activist. I am honored to work in a school named after him, striving to keep his dream alive each day….”
Visit the “We’re Learning Here” archive on our website to see some other schools up close and personal through the eyes of Amika Kemmler-Ernst, a recently retired BPS New Teacher Developer with extensive experience as a classroom teacher, curriculum developer, and graphic artist.
The “We’re Learning Here” series features a slideshow of images of everyday learning in our public schools, along with the words of the students in the photographs.