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Champlin Park High School student talent show kicks-off Black History Month activities

CPHS student performing at Black History Month talent show on Feb. 1(02/02/2023) Passion and talent were displayed during a student talent show at Champlin Park High School (CPHS) on Feb. 1 as students helped kick off Black History Month activities. 

This was the first of a series of planned events at CPHS where students will have the opportunity to learn more about Black History Month. The talent show featured a number of performances, including traditional dance routines, Black History Month trivia and musical performances by students. View photos from the talent show at CPHS on Feb. 1.

On Feb. 2, the CPHS Black Student Union (BSU) hosted a live talk show “BSU Live” during second and third hours where BSU leaders interviewed staff of color to talk about the significance of Black History Month in their lives.

Students Jada Jones, Feener Emiru, Jasmine Monari, Aria Love, Nasra Ali interviewed Henry Galloway, Shanel Galea, Clark Sanders, Jamie Oliver, Jalen Giles, Roshonda White, and Student Services Assistant Director for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion, Darron Sherrill. Students Nicole Bosire, Alliyah Pahkala assisted in the production of the event. Photos by CPHS senior Jakarta Davis.