Judson ISD

Black History Recognition At Raptor Campus

Gospel music demonstration on “call and response” with guests from the Agape Christian Church. 

Black history recognition comes in all sorts of ways of spotlighting the contributions of African Americans to our society and Judson Early College Academy spent time to feature a number of those ways.  JECA teacher Derrick Landry led the event on the Raptor campus with examples of music, dress, dance, and song.  It was an enlightening and energizing event that engaged the students and brought to light the roots of some aspects of our culture and society that we sometimes take for granted.  

 

 

Senior, Raven Cooper, demonstrating a head wrap design on senior, Destiny Robin. 

Mr. Derrick Landry (JECA History Teacher) and coordinator of the Black History Month Program.

Students participate in the Viral Dance Challenge, demonstrating popular dances from hip hop music in urban communities.

Gospel music demonstration on “call and response” with guests from the Agape Christian Church worship team.

Principal, Dr. Josie Juarez with Mrs. Monique Broadnax (JECA staff) and members of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity.

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Ashton VonKampfen

Awesome Job JECA Raptors !

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