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Edward Williams scholars earn second place in the Mount Vernon Black History Trivia Challenge

Edward Williams scholars earn second place in the Mount Vernon Black History Trivia Challenge

 Edward Williams School scholars came in second place in the Mount Vernon Black History Trivia Challenge. The event was held at the Doles Community Center and hosted by the Mount Vernon Recreation Department on February 16, 2023. 

Maryliz DeJesus, Yollie-Ann Matthison, and Josephina Joseph, eighth grade students at Edward Williams School, competed alongside Nakeem Lewis and Brandon Wooten, seventh grade students.

 

Student with cookies.

Students from class KD at Edward Williams School immersed themselves in engaging worksheets to understand the solar eclipse that occurred on Monday, April 8, 2024. Alongside completing classroom activities, students explored their emotions surrounding the event —some students expressed nerves, others excitement, and some even admitted to feeling a little scared. 

Students posing for a picture with their presents.

Edward Williams School staff, in collaboration with the Mount Vernon Department of Public Works and Commissioner Damani Bush, hosted their annual gift giveaway on Wednesday, December 20, 2023.  

Group of five girls hugging.

Edward Williams students in kindergarten through third grade participated in annual Field Day activities. Classes took turns engaging in classic soccer and frisbee games, catching and throwing, parachute fun and batting a ball on Friday, June 2, 2023.