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Lincoln Elementary: Martin Luther King, Jr. Reflections

February 17, 2010 – 3:41 pm
To commemorate his life and work, Pittsburgh Lincoln K-8 students discuss the significance of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. in both their lives and the lives of others.

Pittsburgh Stevens Pre-K-8: The American Dream

February 2, 2010 – 4:35 pm
What is the American Dream? Students at Pittsburgh Stevens Prek-8 discuss what the American Dream means to them, including examples of people in our history who have lived the American Dream, or have helped to make it possible.

Pittsburgh Stevens Pre-K-8: Haiti

January 26, 2010 – 4:24 pm
Pittsburgh Stevens PreK-8 students contemplate the earthquake in Haiti. In these reflections, our 4th and 5th graders explore how this catastrophe has affected them, and what they are doing to help.

Greenfield Elementary: Haiti

January 25, 2010 – 2:10 pm
Greenfield Elementary students reflect on the earthquake in Haiti. In these reflections, our 4th and 5th graders explore how this catastrophe has affected them, and what they are doing to help.

Greenfield Elementary: Personal Profiles

January 25, 2010 – 2:01 pm
4th and 5th graders from Greenfield Elementary School in Pittsburgh describe themselves in these personal profiles.

Pittsburgh Stevens Pre-K-8: My Neighborhood

January 19, 2010 – 4:18 pm
Our neighborhoods help to shape who we are. Pittsburgh Stevens PreK-8 students share with us the pros and cons of the neighborhoods in which they live.

Martin Luther King, Jr. Storybox

January 19, 2010 – 4:14 pm
Manchester Elementary - MLK group photo Students in 6th through 8th grade at Pittsburgh Manchester Pre-K-8 took time to reflect on the life of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. This StoryBox unit presents the resulting spoken essays about his life as well as through verbal interpretations of specific passages from Dr. King's speeches.

Pittsburgh Miller Pre-K-5: Martin Luther King, Jr. Reflections

January 14, 2010 – 4:15 pm

To commemorate his life and work, Pittsburgh Miller PreK-5 students discuss the significance of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. in both their lives and the lives of others.

Tre: MLK Rap [audio:http://archived.slbradio.org/mp3/pghyouthradiocorps/schools/Miller/2010-01-14-mlk/Tre-MLK-rap.mp3]

Quentell [audio:http://archived.slbradio.org/mp3/pghyouthradiocorps/schools/Miller/2010-01-14-mlk/Quentell.mp3]

Pittsburgh Stevens Pre-K-8: Martin Luther King, Jr. Reflections

January 12, 2010 – 4:10 pm
To commemorate his life and work, Pittsburgh Stevens Pre-K-8 students discuss the significance of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. in both their lives and the lives of others. In this session, students also retell stories of Dr. MLK, Jr. that have left a powerful impression on them.

Greenfield Elementary: Martin Luther King, Jr. Reflections

January 11, 2010 – 2:06 pm
To commemorate his life and work, Greenfield Elementary students discuss the significance of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. in both their lives and the lives of others.