Heights High students 'Sing Out' against hate

The Heights High English classes of Donna Feldman and David Jurns competed in the Maltz Museum’s "Stop the Hate: Youth Sing Out" competition at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame on Dec. 11. The two tied for first place, out of 27 competitors, winning a $5,000 award that the school will use for anti-bias education. In the photo above (from left), Marissa Veccia, Emma Vail, Alexis Dixon, Daymonique Judge and Maple Buescher perform.

Joy Henderson

Joy Henderson is the parent/community liaison for Heights High.

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Volume 13, Issue 2, Posted 5:09 PM, 01.31.2020