Directed by Brigette Smith, the Goodnight Middle School boys chorus performed “My Girl,” as a tribute to the Temptations. Left to right: Ellias Guerrero, Gus Trevino, Johnny Williams, Josh Heiser, Jake McGee, Ismael Sosa, Joshua Ramirez, and Victor Flores. Photos by Iris Campbell.
At the end of February, Goodnight Middle School held a Black History Month celebration with special assemblies. The program featured speeches, art and music.
Goodnight Assistant Principal Beverly Smith moderated the event. Goodnight student Shelby Scott’s contest-winning art was showcased. The poem “We Carry the Torch” by student Ismael Sosa was read.
Benjamin C. Smith, Dean of Boys at the San Marcos Baptist Academy, gave a motivational speech.
There were also performances by the boys chorus of the Goodnight Choir and the Anointed Voices Community Choir. Deliverance Ministry’s Kenneth Young and Tremeka Dewo enacted a mime show.
Several Goodnight students read poetry and performed skits.
Deliverance Ministry’s Kenneth Young and Tremeka Dewo performing.Email | Print