Black History Month at Francis Lewis High School.
To celebrate Black History Month at Francis Lewis High School, Assistant Principal Danielle N. Williams worked alongside the school’s guidance counselor, Toyin Barnes, and art teacher, Michael Mason, to create a mini-museum exhibit entitled Fashion of the Century. The display was housed in the front lobby, showcasing African-American clothing and accessories from the 1900’s through the 2000’s along with relevant information from each era. Ms. Williams credits her mentor Executive domestic australia steroids Leadership Institute instructor Gerard Beirne, for inspiring her to showcase her passions and assisting her during planning. “We wanted to recognize the contributions of African Americans in a way that students could relate to, grab their attention with visual stimulation, and leave them asking questions,” said Ms. Williams.
Assistant Principal, Danielle N. Williams, Guidance Counselor Toyin Barnes and Art teacher Michael Mason created a mini-museum exhibit entitled: Fashion of the Century in the front lobby of Francis Lewis High School in Queens, New York. With the assistance of Executive Leadership Institute Mentor Gerard Beirne, the exhibit displayed clothing and accessories from the 1900’s through 2000’s which were worn by African- Americans with explanations of each era.
Danielle N. Williams, JD, MS, MSED
Assistant Principal, Instructional Support Services
Francis Lewis High School
Photo: Assistant Principal Danielle N. Williams and ELI Mentor Gerard Beirne.
Photo: Assistant Principal, Danielle N. Williams, Guidance Counselor Toyin Barnes and Art teacher Michael Mason