Victory College Prep is proud of the rich diversity present in its school community!

We are committed to promoting equity and practicing inclusion for people of all demographic backgrounds.

This commitment is why we proudly celebrate Black History Month in our classrooms.

BLACK HISTORY
MONTH CELEBRATION

January 31
thru February 28


Family Night Event on February 28
School Cafeteria
5:00 – 7:00 p.m.

RSVP required via email by February 15
to brande.lewis@vcpindy.org
.
During Black History Month at VCP, homeroom and advisory classes share and study Black culture each day.
Every week during the month students will focus on a different theme:
–  Week One: Black Authors (Importance of Reading)
–  Week Two: Black Animation (Importance of Representation)
–  Week Three: Black Music (Importance of Jazz and Blues)
– Week Four: Black Health + Wellness (Importance of Wellbeing)
For each weekly theme, students will be introduced to the topic on Mondays, spend Tuesdays thru Thursdays creating unique ways to express their understanding of the topic, and present their work on Fridays.
The month-long celebration culminates with Black History Month Family Night on February 28 when our community comes together to celebrate Black Culture with a display of classroom projects, food, games, and more. 
 

THEMED STUDENT PROJECTS ARE DISPLAYED WEEKLY
THROUGHOUT BLACK HISTORY MONTH

VCP FAMILIES CAN VIEW MORE UPCOMING COMMUNITY EVENTS ON THE VCP COMMUNITY CALENDAR.
ADDITIONAL FAMILY RESOURCES ARE AVAILABLE AT THE PARENT’S CORNER.