At South Plainfield Middle School, we support all children, regardless of gender, sexual orientation, race, skin color or economic status. For one last school spirit day this year, the staff and students showed their support and celebrating Pride Month and having their own Pride Day. They proudly wearing their sparkle and/or favorite colors of the rainbow.
Students who participated in Artists and Activists, researched the Lost Souls project about a corrupt judge in East Brunswick in 1818 who sold free Black people to slave owners in the south. Our SPMS students wanted to pay tribute to the original memorial quilt created by students in New Brunswick. Our quilt is meant to not only remember those who were sold in the slave ring, but all people of color who are affected by violence in their lives.
Reminder that NJSLA Testing is continuing this week