Celebrate Black History
During a Celebrate Black History program at Saegert Elementary School Thursday, third-graders paid tribute to the rich contributions of African-American artists. Students also paid tribute to inventors, sang traditional music, watched the school step team and heard from 14-year-old motivational speaker Dalton Sherman.
Saegert Elementary School celebrated Black History Month on Thursday with a variety of student performances and a motivational charge from Dalton Sherman, a 14-year-old Dallas ISD high school freshman who started speaking at age 9. He greeted students following his presentation.
Posted: Sunday, March 3, 2013 4:30 am
Updated: 7:58 am, Wed Aug 7, 2013.
Posted on Mar 3, 2013
In carefully measured, resonate tones, 14-year-old motivational speaker Dalton Sherman spoke of Martin Luther King, dreams and leading the parade.
The Dallas ISD high school freshman, who attends an all-male leadership academy named for President Barack Obama, challenged students at Saegert Elementary School Thursday to be drum majors.
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Sunday, March 3, 2013 4:30 am.
Updated: 7:58 am.