During Black History Month, Red Hawk PTO will be providing educational opportunities for adults. 

For those who choose to participate, there will be weekly book bundle giveaways, a grand prize at the end of the month, and a special opportunity to help our classroom teachers. 

To participate in the giveaways, every learning opportunity will have an associated Google Form for you to fill out as your entry.


Giveaway periods will run from Monday-Sunday of each week and the winner will be drawn at the end of the period. The grand prize will be drawn from all the entries. 


Thank you so much for participating. We are excited to learn with you! 

Email Subscription

All February 

Subscribe to Anti-Racism Daily email subscription here and then fill out the form. 

Read Aloud

All February 

Watch our very own Mr. E read The ABC's of Black History here, and then fill out the form (Listen for your favorite letter page)

***This activity can be completed with students***


All February

Watch the documentary 13th on Netflix or YouTube, and then fill out the form. 

The Great Unlearn

All February 

Follow @thegreatunlearn on Instagram and pick one prompt, found HERE. Look up or research information on any of the listed topics and complete the Form. 

Stamped From The Beginning 

March Book Club 

Purchase the book, Stamped From the Beginning by Ibram X. Kendi. We will have a weekly book club meeting in the month of March. Submit a photo or purchase confirmation. 

Uncomfortable Conversations with a Black Man

All February 

The YouTube collection of short videos, titled "Uncomfortable Conversations with a Black Man" by Emmanuel Acho can be found HERE. Watch one of the videos and complete the Form. 

Ibram X Kendi

LIVE Feb 11, 5pm and Re-watchable 

 FOUR HUNDRED SOULS panel featuring Ibram X. Kendi, Keisha N. Blain, Nikole Hannah-Jones, Imani Perry, and Wesley Lowery as they discuss the journey of African Americans from 1619 to the present. Watch HERE 

The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind

All February 

Learn about teenager William Kamkwamba, a Malawian inventor and author whose ingenuity protected his village from famine.

*** This activity can also be completed with students!! ***

Picture Book Read Aloud

Netflix Movie

Ted Talk 1

Ted Talk 2

Self Directed Learning

All February

Doing something else on your own to learn about Black History, Anti-racism, or another topic on diversity? Let us know 

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