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Seven Oaks Elementary celebrates diversity through African American reading chain

This week, beginning Tuesday, Feb. 19, Seven Oaks Elementary School in Perry Hall will help students celebrate diversity through the school’s annual “African American Read-In Chain.”

Throughout the week, visitors to the school will share with students some of their favorite  literature written by African American authors.  

Some of the school’s scheduled readers are Sen. Katherine Klausmeier, Delsgates John Cluster and Eric Bromwell, County Councilman David Marks, and several Baltimore County Public Schools friends and educators, as well as former Seven Oaks Elementary administrators and teachers.

As part of the schoolwide celebration, the school’s library showcase will contain articles noting the achievements of famous African Americans.

Seven Oaks is located at 9220 Seven Courts Drive in Perry Hall. For more details on the week's activities, call Donna Radcliffe or Carol Kukucka at 410-887-6257.

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