St. Michael’s School wins First Place in
Annual Maryland State Conference
NAACP Black History Competition
Rebekah Meja from St. Michael’s School in Ridge, Maryland was awarded First Place in the Maryland State Conference NAACP’s annual Black History Competition. This program was established to provide young people an opportunity to demonstrate their versatile talents in recognition of diversity, equity, and brotherhood. All students who entered the competition received a congratulatory letter, a gift card for $100.00 and a Certificates ofMerit presented at their local schools.
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